Staying Connected with WRPA

COVID-19 Resources for Washington Recreation & Park Professionals

We know it has been hard to navigate the new normal presented by COVID-19. WRPA is committed to supporting the parks and rec community. Below is a selection of resources you and your city/agency can use to help re-open your facilities and parks and keep your community safe.

Resources Include:

  • Resource Documents: Catch up on the latest trainings, get help with building programs, review signage examples, and more
  • WRPA Networks: Connect on specific topics
  • Blog: Read the latest
  • E-ListJoin the conversation 
  • Local GovernmentRead more about local government updates regarding COVID-19. 

COVID-19 Resources Documents & Materials to Help Your Local Agency

Included below are the following:

WEBINARS

SIGNAGE & FLYER EXAMPLES

CHILDCARE

PARKS & RECREATION

RECOVERY PLANNING


WRPA Networks

WRPA has several dedicated Networks who meet on a regular basis and communicate online. These networks provide WRPA members with the opportunity to make personal, ongoing connections with other professionals. Joining a network and using the online platform, you too can increase your passion for the work you do every day. It can also help you talk with others in your specific field about the struggles you are facing with COVID-19.

Learn About Networks

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Read the Latest from the WRPA Blog

We are posting the most up-to-date information around COVID, grants, legislature, and more. 

View the WRPA Blog

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Join the WRPA Community E-List

Sign up to get the latest in your inbox and collaborate with your community. 

How to:

  • Select the button below
  • Login to your WRPA Profile Portal (Members)
  • Under your profile, hover over the features tab and select e-list
  • Join the WRPA Community E-List and start the conversation
  • OR email the office and we will subscribe you!

Here are additional instructions if needed.

Join the WRPA Community E-List

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Local Government Information

Read more about local government updates regarding COVID-19. 

July 2020

June 2020

May 2020

April 2020

March 2020

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