Community Pianos Installed in  Danville 

As part of Parks Make Life Better! month, the town of Danville continues to celebrate art, music and the outdoors with the installation of two community pianos downtown. Two street pianos have been placed outside of the Danville Community Center and the Danville Senior Center for everyone to play and enjoy. The pianos invite the public to share their love of musical expression and visual art with their communityRead more >> 



California Aquatics Management School (CAMS)

CAMS will offer networking opportunities as well as nationally recognized speakers discussing topics such as legislation, staff training, staff performance, facility design, program enhancements, emergency preparation, aquatic hot topics and much more. CAMS 2018 also offers outstanding additional opportunities to include a pre-conference Certified Pool Operator Course, Lifeguard Instructor Review and Guided Hike.If you have any questions, please feel free to contact CAMS Co-Chairs Jenni Worsham at, 714-229-6675 or Ashley Fogle at, 949-724-6719. We hope to see YOU at CAMS! Read more 


Playing Field Maintenance Guidebook

Those who have chosen field maintenance as a profession face a challenging, yet rewarding, task. Not only is it essential that your facilities are safe for players and guests, but it is important that those facilities are aesthetically pleasing. When maintaining and operating athletic fields, it is important to remember safety, playability, durability, and aesthetics. This Playing Field Maintenance Guidebook is informative and easy to use with solutions to every day field management. You can purchase the Playing Field Maintenance Guidebook from CPRS—here is the order form. Order form here >>


Prop 68 UPDATE

Start planning now for funding opportunities via Prop 68!  While we don't have a definite release date for programs appropriated in the 2018/19 State budget, we do have a rollout schedule for the following programs:

Statewide Park Program - Round 3:  $254,942,000 to be awarded

Fall/Winter 2018 - Public Hearings, Application Workshops
Spring 2019 - Applications Due

Per Capita Program:  $185,000,000

Fall 2018 - Public Hearings, begin determining allocations
Spring/Summer 2019 - Announce allocations, release final guide

Learn more about Prop 68 funding priorities here!


Thursday, September 27
Wackford Community Center, Elk Grove, CA
Tuesday, October 9
Pleasant Hill Community Center
320 Civic Drive
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Tuesday, October 16
KYA Commercial Main Office
1800 E. McFadden, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Wednesday, October 17
UCLA Lake Arrowhead Conference Center
850 Willow Creek Road
Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352