Main Attractions
GRPA Conference & Trade Show...
11/03/2014 - 11/06/2014
GRPA President's Assembly...
12/08/2014 - 12/10/2014
 
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Upcoming Events/Meetings
GRPA Conference & Trade Show...
11/03/2014 - 11/06/2014
GRPA President's Assembly...
12/08/2014 - 12/10/2014
 
more
 
2013 GRPA Agencies
of the Year

150,001 & Over - Columbus Parks and Recreation Department

80,001 - 150,000 - Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Department 

50,001 - 80,000 - Alpharetta Recreation and Parks Department 

20,001 - 50,000 - Carrollton Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department 

Under 20,000 - Bremen Parks and Recreation Department

GRPA Code of Ethics

Membership in the Georgia Recreation & Park Association carries with it special responsibilities to the public at large and to the specific Communities and Agencies in which Recreation and Park services are offered. Believing that Recreation and Park Services are vital to the enhancement of the quality of life; believing that each individual has the right to discover opportunities for
creative mental and emotional stimulation, relaxation, physical development and leisure experiences; believing that the primary purpose of the Recreation and Park Professionals are entrusted with the responsibilities to create a positive climate by which people can partake in leisure activities, the Georgia Recreation & Park Association proposes for the guidance of its members, the following principles:

Responsibility to Those We Serve

1. Respects people as individuals and serves all in an equitable and fair manner.
2. Is worthy of trust and recognizes the importance of confidentiality.
3. Informs and educates the community of leisure opportunities and environmental issues.


Responsibility to Community

1. Strives to improve life within the community.
2. Promotes the awareness of individuals and cultural diversity.
3. Recognizes community needs and trends and manages positive change.
4. Develops standards for positive maintenance of natural resources.


Responsibility to Self

1. Maintains relationships with associates based on mutual integrity, trust and respect.
2. Clearly separates professional from personal points of view.
3. To strive for personal and professional excellence and to encourage the professional development of associates and students.


Responsibility to Employer

1. Cooperatively works within the structure of the organization.
2. Assists in promoting the organization to the community.
3. Respects policies and procedures in a professional manner.
4. Initiates positive change.
5. Adheres to standards of personal conduct acceptable for professionals in the community.


Responsibility to Profession

1. Maintains memberships within professional organization.
2. Actively participates and contributes to the advancement of the profession.
3. Recognizes and promotes the values of the profession.
4. Actively promotes and encourages individual and cultural diversity.
5. To maintain professionalism at all Association functions.



Adopted November, 2000