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BCRPA Facilities Assessment Study
Community Facility Inventory Reports are now available for purchase from the BCRPA.
The Community Facility Inventory Reports are the result of the BCRPA Community Facilities Assessment Study, a provincial inventory of recreation facilities, trails, and open spaces throughout BC which involved three phases:
Reports are available in two formats for a nominal fee.
Standard reports contain pre-selected criteria and can be viewed and ordered online from BCRPA by BCRPA members for $25 each or non members for $45 each.
Custom reports offer the user more flexibility to choose a variety of criteria when purchasing. Custom reports cost $45 for two criteria, plus $10 for each additional criteria when ordered by a BCRPA member. The non-member rate for custom reports is $65 for two criteria, plus $20 for each additional criteria.
To discuss some of the report options and to order your reports, please contact BCRPA
Some examples of custom reports you may purchase include:
Additionally, custom reports can be sorted by one or more criteria. Some examples of reports you may purchase include:
There are many more criteria to choose from!
Acknowledgments and permission for use
Summary of Findings
The Summary of Findings for all three phases are also available for download by BCRPA members. These Summaries provide insight into the recreation environment in BC and offers an overview of the study process as well as key findings from the study.
Snapshots of the Summary Findings
These Snapshot documents provide a sneak preview of the full Summary of Findings reports.
Phase 1: ice arenas, curling facilities, indoor and outdoor swimming pools
Phase 2: parks, open spaces, and playing fieldsPhase 3: community centres / halls, youth centres and seniors' centres