Chris Korbelak, CPRP, of Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation adds some background to this year’s Park and Recreation Month Cover Contest-winning photo – Florida’s Juno Beach Pier.
How can parks and recreation serve the siblings of children with mental or physical disabilities? Learn how Lynchburg Parks & Recreation in Virginia is meeting this need.
Girma, the first Deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School, shares a bit about her passions and thoughts on an inclusive world.
Gina Mullins-Cohen, Editorial Director, shares her thoughts on this issue of the magazine.
Congress is not in session in August, so it’s the perfect time to invite your members of Congress to see your programs in action!
Does “the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment bar a city from prosecuting people criminally for sleeping outside on public property when those people” are homeless?
See how public artists are creating works that engage people and stimulate discovery, dialogue and even action.
A lack of vacant land is forcing L.A. County agencies to seek innovative solutions and creative partnerships to meet the needs of their communities, especially underserved communities.
The BRIDGE (bonding, realism, identity, dreams, goal setting and exposure) Program aims to help young people, particularly young men of color, overcome obstacles and begin to unlock their full potential.
This member resource will help you evaluate your agency’s ability to continue delivering high-quality park and recreation amenities and services to your community members in the future.
Check out the survey results...
Want to reach the digitally tethered members of Gen Z and Millennials? Here are some Snapchat connection strategies.
Several AR app-development companies are incorporating this technology into playground equipment and activities that get kids outdoors.
What can/should be done to encourage positive, proper treatment of officials?
Get a taste of what’s being offered on the 2019 NRPA Annual Conference Recreation and Sports Programming track.
Meet some of the nearly 550 subject matter experts who’ll be sharing their expertise at the 2019 NRPA Annual Conference.
Giveaways, challenges, learning playground sessions, scavenger hunt and more than 400 exhibitors await you in this year’s Exhibit Hall!
Can’t physically make it to Baltimore? Join us virtually through NRPA Live...
If you want the know-how to properly build, inspect and maintain green stormwater infrastructure, the U.S. National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP) is the way to go.
Introducing the 2019 NRPA National Award winners…
The City of New London (Connecticut) Recreation Department shares its journey to achieving CAPRA Accreditation
See how they participated in Family Health & Fitness Day 2019...
A road map to implementing equitable, inclusive community engagement strategies for park projects and park plans.
NRPA joins with Project Play to provide you with foundational training for your volunteer coaches.
Geese invading golf courses is a perennial problem. Hear how some park and rec professional are handling this issue.
As you staff up your programs, don’t forget those important quality background checks to keep children, community members and employees safe!
Ackerman is the community center programmer for Lansing, Michigan Parks and Recreation.
Test your park and recreation knowledge and download NRPA's monthly crossword puzzle!
Take advantage of NRPA’s Professional Development opportunities.
The Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston is undergoing an $18 million transformation into a model sustainable golf course.
Lansing, Michigan Parks and Recreation gets the entire family in on the Park and Rec Month fun.