Shared Use: Model-Policies
2012    Model Policy

This memorandum of understanding is between Compton Unified School District and the L.A. County Department of Public Works. 

2012    Model Policy

How can you make it easier for your community to access local school facilities like gyms, fields, basketball courts, and playgrounds?   

2012    Model Policy

The commmunity recreation access agreement is to provide a clear understanding to the community as to when they can access the outdoor fitness equipment and fields at Palomares Academy of Health Sciences.

2011    Model Policy, Research
Introduction
The Community Guide, a leading source for evidence-based public health practice, has identified “increasing access to spaces for physical activity” as a key aspect of childhood obesity prevention. 
2011    Model Policy

These videos highlight a few communities and schools in Arkansas who have successfully used joint use agreements. 

2010    Model Policy

This joint use agreement chronicles the commitent that Seattle Parks and Recreation and Seattle School District No.1 have to ensure all public facilities and grounds, either owned  by Parks or District, shall benefit and be used by Seattle children, adults, and families to the maximum extent possible. 

 

2010    Model Policy

This joint use agreement chronicles the agreement between the City of Homer and Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. 

2010    Model Policy

The following optional policy is for use by districts that elect to establish formal agreements with public or private entities to jointly use either school facilities or community facilities in order to share costs and risk.

2010    Model Policy

The Tennessee Recreation Parks and Association created a joint use finder to explore the different types of agreements across the state. Agreements range from open use, written use agreements, verbal use agreements, policy.

2009    Model Policy

The Borough/City/District partnership has effectively maximized the use of their respective facilities to meet community and student needs, beyond what each could do alone.