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November 21, 2019:  Centre Region Parks and Recreation awarded a DCNR Grant for the Whitehall Road Regional Park!

November 19, 2019:  CRPR has MOVED!  The main parks and recreation office moved to its new office located at 2040 Sandy Drive, Suite A, State College, PA 16803. Our phone, email, and fax numbers remain the same and online program registration remains available at www.crpr.org .

September 6, 2019:  Did you know that the Centre Region Council of Governments (COG) is celebrating 50 years in 2019?  The COG provides regional services such as fire protection, emergency management, planning, code enforcement, parks and recreation, and library services.  To help commemorate the 50th anniversary, C-NET has produced a program highlighting the success that can occur when employees and elected and appointed officials successfully cooperate with each other to make our valley a great place to live and work.

In 1969, Township and Borough officials from the six Centre Region municipalities saw the opportunity that by working together they could solve common problems, save funds, and improve the quality of life for their residents. To implement this idea the six area municipalities formed the COG and with combined contributions from both municipal officials and COG employees it has become the most effective COG in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in terms of the scope of public services offered and facilities managed.

Jointly administering and funding important public services is an accomplishment everyone in our region should be proud of. The combined investment in time and resources to seek shared solutions to common problems strengthens each municipality and the Centre Region as a whole.

Watch this video here:  https://videoplayer.telvue.com/player/GNduNoua2rBThhw6N4PRP9OCSPf6B2ru/playlists/4834/media/507593?autostart=false&showtabssearch=true&fullscreen=false&jwsource=cl

April 26, 2019:  Just a friendly reminder to the community that the upper portion of the Musser Gap Greenway, near Whitehall Road, has relocated about 50' to the west, thereby removing the informal dirt parking that was in the area.  Off-site parking is available.  Read the details.

April 2018 - Millbrook Marsh Nature Center will be launching a three-year Habitat Restoration Project start April 10.  Please click for a flyer that explains a bit more about the project.

March 2018 - A great article for those interested in nature/outdoor play:  "No Fear:  Growing Up In A Risk Averse Society."

January 2018 - Whitehall Road Regional Park Will Be A Gift To Area Youth