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Site will share data from nearly 14,000 parks to help improve recreation spaces

The site will help citizens have a say in their local parks.
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Next year, urban planners across the country will havea handy new tool at their disposal to helpbetter inform them on the placement of parks and other recreation in their respective cities. Together with ESRI, theTrust for Public Land(TPL) have been developing a newwebsite calledParkServe that has culled park data from nearly 14,000 parks across the country. AsStatescoopshares, in addition assisting in park planning through open-space advocacy and research, the new site will help citizens take advantage of, and have a say in the development of, local parks.

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