Special package rate that includes all
full-time professional employees working in the agency and up to 10 citizen
members serving on boards or advisory councils; or in elected or appointed civic
roles such as commissioners, mayors, town council members; volunteers.
Standard (Formerly Known As Group
Special package rate that includes three
professional members working in the agencies or other environments, such as
universities, colleges, military base installations, hospitals, health clinics,
not-for-profits and consultants.
Non-Exhibiting Supplier Package
(Industry Supplier Package) ($250)
suppliers of park and recreation products and services; includes one employee.
This membership package is for non-exhibiting companies only. If you wish to
exhibit at NRPA’s Conference, please contact Ted Mattingly at
An agency is
defined as one department within a jurisdiction (city, county, town, etc.) that
provides park and/or recreation services. Jurisdictions that have multiple
agencies that provide park and/or recreation services must join at the
individual agency level and not at the jurisdictional level. For example, if
your county has a Department of Parks and a separate Department of Recreation,
each department (agency) would become individual Premier agencies and count the
total number of employees separately by department to determine Premier level.
This also applies to military units and tribal lands/reservations. In those
cases, individual military installations or bases or individual tribal
lands/reservations would join as individual Premier agencies.
For park and recreation professionals working in
agencies or other environments, such as like minded non-profit organizations,
universities, colleges, military base installations, consultants, and hospitals
or health clinics.
For professionals that are 35 and under; working at
least part-time in the park and recreation or other related field.
For citizen advocates, including those who serve
on park and recreation boards or advisory councils; in elected or appointed
such as commissioner, mayors, and town council members; and volunteers.
For persons who have retired from the parks and
For full or part-time students studying park and
recreation curricula; not simultaneously employed as a full-time professional
in that field.
changes took effect July 1, 2015. If your renewal date is after this time, new
rates will be reflected in your invoice.