ParkXChange Resource Library

Resources for Urban Park Professionals

This searchable library hosts helpful park resource documents, including cross-sector MOUs, equity action plans, agreements for park maintenance and operations, dog park and concession management, green infrastructure development and maintenance, community benefits, arts and cultural programming and events, as well as other resource guides and technical tools to support park partnerships.

Support provided by:

  • Case Study

    The Brickline Greenway: Charting a Path towards Social Equity in St. Louis

    City Parks Alliance

    With cities everywhere focused squarely on equity issues right now, it is a hopeful time for those in St. Louis who’ve been advocating for, funding, and buildi…

  • Technical Tool

    Engage Protect Connect

    Engage, Connect, Protect highlights the need to create opportunities to engage with diverse youth as the next generation of environmental stewards through cult…

  • Technical Tool

    Groundwork Hudson Valley – Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application narrative

    In this proposal, Groundwork Hudson Valley seeks support from CDBG to restore public green space on the Saw Mill River and in a park adjacent to the proposed Y…

  • Report

    2020 Menino Survey of Mayors

    Boston University Initiative on Cities

    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…

  • Member Exclusive
    Plan

    Vitoria-Gasteiz Green Capital: A Human-Scale City Sustainable Mobility and Urban Green Infrastructure

    Environmental Studies Centre (Centro de Estudios Ambientales, CEA) of the Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council

    Reviews the history of Vitoria-Gasteiz and interventions in sustainable mobility and green infrastructure and the objectives, actions, and projects planned for…

  • Technical Tool

    East Bay Regional Park District FEMA Application

    East Bay Regional Park District

    A model application for FEMA funds following 2005 rain storms at the Great House Portal, when the Black Diamond Mines started caving in.

  • Report

    Extreme Weather Mitigation in the Las Cruces Infill District Through Green Stormwater Infrastructure

    Las Cruces Infill District

    A report describing how a $1.8 million investment in trees supported by green infrastructure will double the Infill District's shade canopy while also conservi…

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY