The Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission approved $200,000 to support the 2015 Recreation Assistance Partnership Program.
Initiated in 1982, the program grants recreation opportunities and experiences including outreach programs and bus transportation. RAPP is an element of the parks system’s evolving Strategic Master Plan to serve all areas and citizens of the County of Oakland, and to create community through people, parks and programs.
RAPP offers support in outreach programming to cities, villages and townships; community parks and recreation departments; schools; downtown development authorities; non-profit organizations; and underserved populations.
2015 RAPP Letter
The 2015 RAPP Program will offer support in outreach programming from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
- Each group is eligible for three outreach programs (GO! Cache, GO! Fish or Go! Golf Clinics; Festival II, Bouncer or Mini Festival) plus one bus trip.
- Community Collaborations are available to cities, villages and townships for large scale community events and festivals.
- Recreation Collaborations are available to community recreation departments in the historic urban core areas of Oakland County as defined by the Main Street Oakland County program.
RAPP granting cycle:
February 10–August 4
Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Grants will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Oakland County Parks and Recreation cannot guarantee that specific dates and times will be available upon approval.
Reservations can only be made and used after you have been approved for the program. Reservations made prior to approval may not be switched to a RAPP rental.
For more information, contact Recreation Services at 248-858-0916.