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Outlines partnership strategies and steps for cross-sector planning to ensure all children have abundant and equitable access to nature.
- By: Catherine Nagel
Dear City Parks Alliance Members and Friends,After careful consideration, City Parks Alliance, in cooperation with our host city lead partners Philadelphia Par…
Join us for an introduction to the Hub, including what types of funding sources are included, how to utilize it, and examples of how cities have used these fun…
- By: Catherine Nagel
Industrial waterfronts are being rediscovered. Areas that were once an eyesore are being reborn into beautiful community parks and greenways that are reconnect…
- 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.
The National Park Service (NPS) has announced that the application process has opened for the 2018 Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program.
Interested in making the most of your City Parks Alliance membership? CPA members have exclusive access to the ParkXChange Online Resource Library, a database …
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…
This document produced by the City of Atlanta is a guide for citizens who want to create an off-leash dog park.
By providing a safe, accessible, and inspiring public space for citizens to exercise, the Medical Mile increases awareness and prevention of obesity and heart …
City Parks Alliance and The Trust for Public Land to Host Creative Placemaking City Workshops in Boston, MA and Kansas City, MO
Kansas City and the National Parks of Boston have been chosen through a competitive national process to host creative placemaking city workshops later this yea…
The Red Fields to Green Fields concept consists of tearing down underused, overleveraged real estate to create urban parks and land banks.
ParkScan, web-based reporting system, collects data from park users to inform park maintenance needs and problem areas.
Read how Philadelphia built 172 stormwater tree trenches, 25 stormwater bump-outs, 48 rain gardens, 50 porous paving sites, and 132 other green stormwater infr…
The story of a neighborhood struggling with poverty and gun violence that rallied to construct a playground. This and other case studies sponsored by REI.
On behalf of the undersigned organizations, representing millions of individuals and supporters across the country, we express our strong support for S. 1458.
The Washington Area of Bicyclists Association annual fundraising bike ride showcases urban environment and historic sites along the C&O Canal.
A once dormant park has transformed into a breathtaking public space on the riverfront of downtown Memphis.
Memphis River Parks Partnership discovers transferring park ownership to local non-profit greatly assists equity in developing urban parks.
- By: City Parks Alliance
City Parks Alliance welcomes Paula Sliefert, senior marketing manager at The Toro Company, to the board of directors. For more information about The Toro Compa…