Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan


CAPRA Agency Accreditation: The Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) recognizes park and recreation agencies for excellence in operation and service. Charged with providing high quality services and experiences, park and recreation agencies across the United States turn to CAPRA Accreditation as a credible and efficient means of achieving these goals, while providing assurance to the public that the agency meets national standards and best practices. Below are the general steps required for accreditation: 1. CAPRA-approved training. 2. Application for Accreditation and required fees. 3. City develops a self-assessment report. 4. Accreditation manager will schedule a visit to the City. 5. Commission selects a visitation team to confirm the information in the City’s self-assessment report 6. The proposed visiting team and their resume will be provided to the City. 7. The visitation team conducts its on-site review. 8. Review by Commission. 9. City accreditation applicants appear in person before the Commission at the NRPA Conference. Reaccreditation is required every 5 years. More information can be found at


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