CPRS believes there should be public investment in parks, open space and recreation to achieve positive environmental, economic, and health outcomes for all Californians.
Advocacy for Parks & Recreation includes:
- Position parks and recreation as an essential community service to elected officials and the general public
- Preserve and protect government provided parks and recreation
- Positively impact the profession’s future and develop your advocacy skills
- Utilize resources for lobbying at the local level
- Track state & federal legislation that may have significant impact to service delivery