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“ It is indeed an important document that will further advance the value and recognition of the benefits of parks to every community. - Ana Espinoza, Director of Parks and Community Services, City of Watsonville
“ We will definitely make use of the fun, useful facts you have compiled about parks and their relationship to healthy communities. - Meredith Dawson, Grant and Capital Project Administrator, City of San Diego
The Health in Parks Partnership depends on Partner Feedback to improve and make the most relevant updates for each Tool. These improvements will help position parks and recreation as an essential public service for healthy and safe communities.
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