Meet Your 2018-19 CPRS State Board

President: Henry Perezalonso, Town of Danville
President Elect: Lydie Gutfeld, City of Mission Viejo
Vice President: Tara Gee, City of Roseville
Secretary-Treasurer: Stephanie House, West Side Recreation & Park District
Region 1 Representative: Cindy Bagley, City of Rohnert Park
Region 2 Representative: Jennie Tucker, City of Morgan Hill
Region 3 Representative: Brandon Taylor, CSU Fresno
Region 4 Representative: Kyla Brown, Riverside County Regional Park
Region 5 Representative: Frank Carson, City of El Cajon
Council of Sections Representative: Helen Hernandez, City of Baldwin Park
Council of Sections Representative: Chris Chamberlain, CSU East Bay

Feel free to reach out to any of these fine leaders! They will be officially installed at our 2018 Conference & Expo and begin their terms at the close of Conference. Thank you to all who took the time to show your commitment to CPRS by voting. We look forward to another amazing year here at CPRS!



CPRS Train the Trainer Webinar Series — Everyone Trains — Let Us Support You
Are you a new trainer looking to develop your training skills or an experienced trainer looking to strengthen your training expertise? Give us 75 minutes to help you refine your delivery to co-workers or cohorts! Learn the tips and tricks that change a good training to a great one! Register here.


  • Jan 31, 2018 Present & Facilitate Like A Pro


New Green Stormwater Infrastructure Resources

In cooperation with the American Planning Association (APA) and Low Impact Development Center (LIDC), NRPA developed a series of evidence-based educational resources for park and planning professionals. Resources include a best practices guide with infographics and lessons learned from the Great Urban Parks Campaign, briefing papers, case studies and more. These resources are designed to help equitably implement green stormwater infrastructure into parks. Click here to download.


It's official! The Park Bond is now Proposition 68!

CPRS has joined forces with the Clean Water, Natural Resources and Parks Committee to wage a vigorous campaign to ensure that voters approve Proposition 68 (SB 5 Bond Measure) at the June 2018 ballot. We are building the coalition and encouraging local engagement, raising a collective voice, and providing a platform for support.
Learn more about CWNRP and find park bond education resources here!


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