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City Parks Alliance membership is your connection to information and expertise on new urban park models, practices, and innovative partnerships. As a member of the only independent, nationwide membership organization solely dedicated to urban parks, you will be part of a dynamic network that includes urban park and recreation leaders, city planning and design professionals, public officials, advocates, funders, and innovators from all sectors.
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Member rates are based on the type of membership (individual or organization) and the size of your organization. Have questions? Contact Membership Coordinator, Lauren Munson at [email protected].
- City Parks Alliance's workshop process helped Railroad Park Foundation in numerous ways. It highlighted best practices from other parks/green space organizations across the nation, spurring ideas and creating meaningful input about the importance of parks and greenspace in Birmingham, AL. It provided an important opportunity for attraction parks, city leadership and city parks & recreation leaders to come together. Additionally, it galvanized conversations about funding for parks and led to an exciting idea regarding how our local parks can work together to raise awareness and funds.Camille Spratling Executive Director Railroad Park Foundation Birmingham, AL
- We are truly fortunate to have connected with City Parks Alliance as we sought to improve the loose network of community organizations and activists with whom we work. CPA conducted a workshop that opened our eyes and provided us with practical, usable skills and knowledge to make our network much more powerful. That workshop has taken us to a higher level. Thanks to CPA and Caryn Ernst.James P. Reber Executive Director San Jose Parks Foundation San Jose, CA
- Excellent opportunity to learn from leaders in other cities about their challenges and initiatives (cross learning) – the tours are a nice group size such that meaningful discussions happen organically on the tour.Matthew Cutler Office of the General Manager (Former) Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation
Green Champion Organizations
Organizations of all sizes can upgrade to our Green Champion membership level to demonstrate their commitment to urban parks and the work of City Parks Alliance and gain access to our membership benefits for up to 500 members of their staff.