COVID - 19 Resources
EDUCATION & EVENTS
September 11 | Jefferson City, MO
MPRA Board Meeting
September 17 - October 15 | Virtual Format
September 22 | O'Fallon, MO
October 4-5 | Lake Ozark, MO
October 6-7 | Virtual Format
November 2020 | Virtual Format
November 10 | Columbia, MO
November 19 | Shrewsbury, MO
Hosted by Region 4
April 2021 | Statewide
Missouri Bicentennial Celebration
Parks & Rec Agencies
3/23 - 3/27 Spring Break
4/13/20 Easter Break
5/15/20 Session Ends
Contacting your Legislators:
Splash passes will be sold on both sides of the state for the summer of 2020! Click on the area name below for pricing and details for each program. A limited number of passes are available for purchase at each participating location. Each Splash Pass card has two visit punches to each pool. The punches may be used by two different people. If you purchase your pass on one side of the state, you can also use 2 punches on the other side of the state. You can purchase Splash Passes from the pools listed on the links below, but be sure to call the pool first to check availability!
Canceled for 2020
Canceled for 2020
Splash Passes have been cancelled for 2020 but will return in 2021!
MPRA is offering a professional development scholarship to one person from each MPRA region to attend the 2020 Conference & Expo.
Application deadline for 2021 MPRA Conference coming soon.
MPRA is offering reimbursement to one full-time employee or board/commission member of an MPRA agency member, an individual professional member, organizational member, or student member of MPRA who successfully obtains or renews their CPSI certification in the fall of 2019 (with priority going to new candidates).
Application deadline for 2021 coming soon.
Applicants may not be previous recipients of this reimbursement.
MPRA has received an official endorsement from the MO2021 Bicentennial Committee for the Show Me Your Roots event series. Members are encouraged to register their communities and help in meeting the goal of planting 200 native species trees across the state in April 2021. MPRA is working with vendors to provide free or reduced cost trees for you to plant as a stand-alone special event or a new part of an existing program you already have in place.