Reports & Tools

Documenting the Potential of City Parks

City Parks Alliance and research partners are exploring the role of parks in addressing critical emerging issues facing cities. Together with economists, engineers, policy experts, advocates and practitioners, we are delivering practical, replicable solutions for cities, agencies, and residents. City Parks Alliance members and others can draw upon these reports, videos, and infographics to demonstrate the power of city parks in a broad new context of economic, environmental, and social opportunity.

Reports and Other Tools

  • Report

    Land and Water Conservation Fund

    City Parks Alliance

    This report highlights how cities are using Land and Water Conservation Fund grants to create measurable environmental, economic, and public health returns on …

  • Member Exclusive
    Report

    San Clemente Dog Access to Public Spaces Agenda Report

  • Member Exclusive
    Report

    Portland Off-Leash Program Evaluation and Recommendations

    Portland Parks and Recreation

    This document is an evaluation of Portland's off-leash dog park program from their off-leash advisory committee.

  • Member Exclusive
    Report

    NY City Framework for an Equitable Future

    NYC Parks

  • Member Exclusive
    Report

    Healthy Development Without Displacement

    Prevention Institute

    In this new paper, we explore: What can people working on “healthy community” issues—like active transportation, parks, healthy food, planning, public health, …