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Parks and Recreation: What is the Real Value in What We Do? By Fred Couceyro, Coral Gables Parks and Recreation PHOTO: WWW.SHUTTERSTOCK.COM It is a question that Parks and Recreation agencies strive to answer every day. Parks and Recreation is not necessarily a simple cost impact assessment model. Unlike many business models, the format to assess cost benefits and economic impact are not as simple as ascertaining the cost of providing services, the amount of revenue and computing the net profit for the agency. The reality is that the majority of parks and recreation agencies do not recover their costs. They are not profitable, so the age-old question is what is the real financial value of parks and recreation? 10 View past issues of FRPA Journal at www.naylornetwork.com/frp-nxt/ http://WWW.SHUTTERSTOCK.COM http://www.naylornetwork.com/frp-nxt/

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of FRPA Journal - Fall 2016

A Message from the President of FRPA
A Message from the Executive Director of FRPA
Parks and Recreation: What is the Real Value in What We Do?
FRPA Agency Profile
Book Review
Economic Impact of the Underline
Urban Forest Management – The City of Tampa’s Story
The Importance of Structural Pruning of Hardwood Trees
A City’s Rebirth through Park Improvements
“Thank You for My New Bicycle”
Florida’s Emerging Trail Towns
New Urbanism… What’s It All About?
Index of Advertisers
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - A Message from the President of FRPA
FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - A Message from the Executive Director of FRPA
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - Parks and Recreation: What is the Real Value in What We Do?
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - FRPA Agency Profile
FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - Book Review
FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - Economic Impact of the Underline
FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - Urban Forest Management – The City of Tampa’s Story
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - The Importance of Structural Pruning of Hardwood Trees
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - A City’s Rebirth through Park Improvements
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - “Thank You for My New Bicycle”
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FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - Florida’s Emerging Trail Towns
FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - New Urbanism… What’s It All About?
FRPA Journal - Fall 2016 - Index of Advertisers
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