NRPA couldn't accomplish many of its objectives without the collaborative efforts of partners like these
Awards, fellowships and scholarships will be presented at Congress in Houston this year. Please join us in congratulating the finalists and winners!
This year, NRPA will present a series of Speed Sessions, offered, presented and selected by the membership
Don't miss out on anything while you're in Houston for Congress
Don't miss this year's Parks Build Community park dedication at Shady Lane Park in north Houston
Make the most of your Congress experience through social media
The City of Houston and an energy company are growing Houston together
Collaboration is front and center in Houston’s efforts to redefine the city’s green space
The Bayou City offers cultural and recreation experiences alike, so don't miss out while you're in town for Congress this year
Private funding is seen as a panacea for public parks, but a closer look reveals equity issues and an alarming decline in public funding
The last survivor pulled from the rubble at Ground Zero stands tall today at the National September 11 Memorial
Upcoming educational opportunities to take your knowledge to the next level
NRPA and U.S. Paralympics work together to provide adaptive sport opportunities for athletes of all ability levels.
In Houston or online, find your next job or hire a quality employee through NRPA's Career Center
NRPA members sound off
Are you ready for the CPRP exam?
Build your credibility with PRORAGIS
A casual, personable presentation still starts with research and preparation
Making the transition from peer to boss can be awkward, but these steps may make the process a little smoother for everyone
A small Texas city has a big heart for helping children with disabilities play sports
HIAs can lead to better decisionmaking for park and recreation investments
Are Occupiers in Sacramento permitted an exception to the park agency's closed after dark rule?
Park and recreation capital projects could face funding difficulties in the face of upcoming tax reform
Parks help connect doctors and patients through walking programs
A 4-year-old who lost his father in the West, Texas, explosion raises more than $100,000 to rebuild the destroyed city park in his honor
This July, NRPA asked you to show your love for parks and recreation during the national celebration of Park and Recreation Month. The response was overwhelming.
Stay on top of the latest in parks and recreation with this listing of announcements from around the industry
A high-ropes course in Germany gives soldiers an outlet for high-energy activity
Public/private park partnership pioneer Dan Biederman is leading the renovation of Military Park in Newark, New Jersey
Managing Editor Beth Beard talks about the difficulties cities face when considering entering a public/private partnership but cautions against losing sight of the bigger picture
NRPA President and CEO Barbara Tulipane shares her thoughts on the role parks and recreation can play in the revolution of metropolitan areas