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Part of a suite of tools developed by Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. The park ranking spreadsheet is for every park and every park walkshed.
People over age 65 in the U.S. remain highly underserved in regards to parks. This report draws from different sources to understand how parks can be best desi…
This handy guide outlines the definition of creative placemaking and how it can make for better parks and stronger communities.
Rebuild, funded by a sugary beverage tax, aims to revitalize neighborhood parks, recreation centers, playgrounds, and libraries.
This is a winning grant application to the Clean Ohio Fund for land acquisition for the Lower Big Creek Project.
Explores the benefits of private sector involvement in creating, maintaining, operating, and programming parks and open space.
This document is a comprehensive master plan from the East Bay Regional Park District in 1997.
A "how-to" for design firms working on the Tidal Basin--an exchange of solutions and approaches between designers, stakeholders, and the public.
In building a more equitable park system, it is important for the MPRB to target investment of public funds into parks in racially diverse and low-income neigh…
This document is an extensive master plan from the DeKalb County Parks & Recreation Department in Georgia for 2010-2020.
This document contains detailed guidelines for concession sales and commercial activities in Portland parks from the Portland Department of Parks & Recreation.
Mayors have had to deal with COVID-19’s consequences and its impact on their cities' future. Between June and August 2020 this Survey asked 130 mayors about th…
Public and Private Funding Strategies for Neighborhood Parks
Intended to encourage partnerships between park agencies and stormwater agencies aimed at promoting the use of green infrastructure on park lands.
This guide outlines the fundraising process for park and recreation agencies to work with business entities, conduct special events and help raise money.
Greener Parks: Green Infrastructure as a Strategy for Improving Equity and Community Well-Being Advocacy Toolkit
Toolkit gives Park & Rec professionals resources for climate impacts, community health, and advance fair and just access to quality green spaces.
A measurement system designed to outline how place supports engaged, equitable, sustainable, and economically vibrant communities.
- By: Emma Ruehl
Welcome to the new City Parks Alliance website, a reimagining of our digital presence that brings our mission to the forefront and better serves our members.