A multi-modal plan is kickstarting a bicycle and pedestrian highway culture change in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
Richard J. Dolesh predicts what trends will impact the field of parks and recreation in the upcoming year.
Learn how park and recreation can shape the future with next practices for programs, places and paying for it all.
When we combine increasing accessibility with evolving products like electronic bikes, we find challenges that need to be managed.
The new year is a chance for thought leaders who have their finger on the pulse of emerging trends to share what they’ve gleaned.
Get to know James C. Kozlowski, J.D., Ph.D., author of the monthly column.
The Community Park within Fair Park is the first step to putting the green back in the park.
NRPA's magazine take top honor for “Best Monthly Trade Association Magazine.”
NRPA members receive a discount on all accessibility audits and services provided by WT Group LLC.
Park and recreation agencies are competing with private-sector employers for enthusiastic and qualified workers.
Ninety-four percent of U.S. adults have health and wellness goals for 2022.
The unrealized potential of parkland dedication ordinances is arguably the lowest hanging fruit of capital funding sources for parks.
If the past two years have taught us anything, it is that nobody can succeed on their own, and the success of parks and recreation is certainly not exempt.
Writer and speaker Mirna Valerio encourages people to live their lives to the fullest via outdoor experiences in whatever spaces and ways they enjoy most.
NRPA developed goals and principles that guide how we collaborate with park and recreation professionals to ensure all youth have the opportunity, motivation and access to play sports.
Learn more about this natural solution for the Northbrook Park District in Illinois.
In the case, Adams v. Palm Beach County, Plaintiffs allege they are entitled to minimum wage payments under state and federal law.
This family entertainment center has served thousands of people, increased tourism to the city and received community gratitude.
Read Harold McKay’s touching story about his beloved wife who inspired an idea.