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A step-by-step guide with milestones and benchmarks for those starting their own Corps program from exploratory phase to full operation.
Article considers five alternative revenue strategies that show promise for leveraging private dollars for public parks and protected open space.
A resource for organizations grappling with how to sustain operations, reinvest in communities, and ensure equitable access for all.
This $2.9 million park project was made possible through a combination of federal, state, city and private funds. Over 500 hours were volunteered by local resi…
The City of Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation Department offers free child care services to designated personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rules and stipulations for hosting outdoor events in Atlanta's public parks.
A guide to forming a "Friends of the Park" group and helpful tips and resources for how to reach your group's goals.
This document is request for proposal for the preparation of a National Register of Historic Places- Multiple Property Documentation for Seattle's Olmsted park…
Presents lessons for collaboration starting with internal capacity building, moving to form collaborations, and ending with sustaining initiatives.
This Community Benefits Agreement for Sugarhouse Casino and the City of Philadelphia includes provisions to allow public access to a waterfront promenade.
Parks that are peak gang activity areas can be transformed into vibrant community spaces after dark with organized activities for at-risk youth and families.
NYC Parks analyzed capital investment data from the past 20 years and established long-term community partnerships that sustain investment in the city’s parks.
Minneapolis' Community Outreach Department uses data-driven racial and economic equity criteria to close park funding gaps and distribute funds.
This document produced by the City of Atlanta is a guide for citizens who want to create an off-leash dog park.
Denver Parks’ Happy Haynes Testifies for the Outdoors for All Act at the House Natural Resources Committee HearingBy: Happy Haynes
Read Haynes' Outdoors for All Act testimony transcript, presented before the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands.
Identifies park stewardship structures that depart from typical “conservancy” mode and makes recommendations on park equity and funding mechanisms.
We urge Congress to include a one-time, historic investment for local parks in any future economic stimulus or infrastructure package as a result of COVID-19.