The typical park and recreation agency offers one park for every 2,266 residents served, with 9.6 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents. But park and recreation agencies are as diverse as the communities that they serve, and what works well for one agency may not be best for your agency. Therefore, you need data to best identify the best practices to optimally serve your community.

That’s where the 2017 NRPA Agency Performance Review  comes in. This report is the most comprehensive resource of data and insights for park and recreation agencies in the United States, and has 21 figures highlighting critical park and recreation metrics. 

Read the Report

 

Interact with the Data

Dig deeper into the agency performance data with these interactive figures presenting detailed crosstabs of the data for every table and chart presented in the 2017 NRPA Agency Performance Review:

 

How Can the Agency Performance Review Help You?

To learn more about how you and your agency can benefit from the Agency Performance Review, read this blog post from Kevin Roth, NPRA's Vice President of Research.

 

 

If you need assistance accessing or creating a NRPA Park Metrics profile for your agency, please contact Melissa May or Daniel Espada.

 

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