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About the 2022 WRPA Conference & Tradeshow

Coming Together at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, WA

The WRPA Annual Conference is the premier annual event of the Washington parks and recreation community, traditionally welcoming more than 450 parks and recreation professionals, sponsors, exhibitors, and speakers. This year we will be celebrating our 75th annual event from April 13–15, 2022 in Bellevue,  WA.

The WRPA Conference Committee is currently working on building a schedule with two extraordinary keynotes, multiple socials/networking opportunities—including an annual awards banquet—as well as more than 40 educational sessions. This event will also include an amazing exhibit hall showcasing the latest local products and services.

Want to help us plan the event? Learn more!

More information about this event will be coming soon, so stay tuned!

Learn more about planning through a pandemic.


Become a Speaker

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WRPA offers trainings year-round and your session proposal may be considered for a variety of training programs. 

We would love to hear your session ideas for one of our upcoming events. We are constantly on the lookout for new speakers. We want to know what are you doing that is different, what experiences can you share, what are your best practices, and more. Please review the information on the Request for Proposals page for more information. 

Submit a Proposal


Become a Volunteer

WRPA is looking for motivated volunteers to help us plan for the 75th Annual Conference. If you are interested in participating please email Kevin Witte at [email protected].

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Planning Through a Pandemic

At this time, WRPA's 2022 Conference & Tradeshow is planning to be an in-person event. We want you to know that your safety, and the safety of all attendees, remains our top priority. While the 2022 Conference & Tradeshow will not be canceled, it may become necessary at some point for the format to change (online/virtual). We appreciate your understanding and willingness to be flexible while we work within the limitations set by our obligations and the current pandemic. Thank you again for your support and thank you for your patience during this complex process.

Please take a moment to review WRPA's detailed In-Person Event Policies.

In-Person Event Policies