Watch the NRPA Park Improvement animated video series! Learn best practices and access other resources needed when starting projects that improve park and recreation spaces.
The NRPA Directors School is an exclusive two-year professional development opportunity that prepares new and potential park and recreation directors to be effective leaders. Directors School will be held August 16 - 20, 2020 in Oak Brook, IL.
CPRP certification will not only keep your expertise fresh, but also help you achieve greater health, resilience and equity outcomes in your community. Apply to get certified by Feb. 29 to receive a free Online Prep Course (up to $250 value).
NRPA's 2019 Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Parks report highlights green infrastructure projects at park systems, including issues surrounding funding, stakeholder engagement, and how to measure these investments’ long-term benefits. Read the report.
The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) provides you with grant opportunities, professional development, networking, advocacy and many other resources to help you support your community. NRPA offers membership options for all types of park and recreation professionals. NRPA supports you so that you can better support your community.