Being Thankful This Season

In this season of being thankful, it is difficult for our thoughts to not stray to those affected by the California wildfires. Always be thankful for the moments you have. Hold those around you a little tighter this week. Help those around you that may need a little extra during these difficult times. We are thankful for our CPRS family and all you do for your communities.



It's Time To Register for the CPRS Conference & Expo - Get Your Hotel Room

March 19-22, 2019 in Sacramento, CA

The CPRS Conference & Expo is one of the largest park & recreation conferences in the nation. It's all about Connections!  top-notch education, peers and explore the second largest park & recreation expo hall in the U.S. The 2019 Conference returns to the ever-popular Sacramento Convention Center. This four day event has nearly 100 educational sessions for park & recreation professionals, and 200 plus state, national and international companies who exhibit annually. Learn more >>



Report Identifies Strategies for Cities to Better Serve the Health of Their Residents

Neighborhood parks that are well designed, programmed and marketed present an opportunity to address public health challenges. By leveraging creativity, new partnerships and innovation we can make our parks places where all people— regardless of age, gender or ability — choose to be more physically active. Active Parks, Healthy Cities presents low-cost examples of how cities are succeeding.  Click here for details.


The California Action Plan Has Resources to Help You Position Your Agency as an Essential Community Services

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Saturday, January 12
Ray Miller Community Center 216 E. School Street, Cotati, CA 94931