Parks, People, And Public Policy

A new report from the Urban Institute examines the hidden life of urban parks in creating stronger neighborhoods.
July 8, 2004, 1pm PDT | Deborah Myerson
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Urban parks contribute to more than a neighborhood's recreational and aesthetic assets. This study finds that parks can offer significant benefits to larger urban policy goals, such as public health, community building, and neighborhood vitality.

[Editor's note: This page includes a link to the full report in PDF format.]

Thanks to Deborah L. Myerson

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Published on Monday, June 21, 2004 in Urban Institute
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