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The Excellent City Park System: What Makes It Great and How to Get There

This report presents the seven, broad measures of effective park systems including purpose, planning and community involvement, assets, equitable access, user satisfaction, safety, and benefits beyond the park itself. The report also includes excellent practices and key questions to be asked throughout the process



OrganizationTrust for Public Land
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLhttp://www.tpl.org/content_documents/excel...
Publish Date2003, reprinted 2006
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