Productive Parks Software Features

 

Productive Parks software has been designed specifically for the Parks and Recreation field.
Our integrated feature set allows for seamless workflow from task creation to completion.

Use Productive Parks to automate your work plan, perform inspections in the field, track your inventory and report on all of it.

 

 

Track & Report on Labor Hours by Staff, Asset or Category

Receive and Assign Work Orders from Internal and External Staff

Create, Assign, Schedule and Perform Unlimited Inspections

Track Labor Hours, Expenditures and Inventory

Track, Update and Manage Inventory

Easily create custom reports using our flexible Report Engine

 

 

Why Choose Productive Parks?


  • Designed specifically for Parks and Recreation
  • Cloud based software requires no costly server hardware on your site
  • Full featured tasks and labor tracking, work orders, inspections, reporting and more
  • Lightweight & powerful software runs on any internet enabled desktop, tablet or mobile device

 

Schedule a demo and see why Parks and Rec agencies are depending on Productive Parks to increase the effectiveness of their maintenance management departments.

 

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Productive Parks Blog


Playgrounds are one of the most popular features of parks and recreation agencies. They are an excellent place for kids to blow off some steam, socialize, and improve their strength and motor skills.

 

More children and families will be at the playgrounds as we head into the summer months. Increased usage often means a greater risk of damaged equipment or unsafe conditions. 

 

Parks and recreation agencies have the responsibility to protect the safety of those using their parks and facilities. This responsibility includes identifying, addressing, and minimizing risk in areas and programming.

 

Risk occurs when a hazard may cause personal injury, property or environmental damage, economic loss, or death. Hazards are conditions unknown or misunderstood by a visitor that may result in injury. Examples of hazards include:

Our facilities need attention to stay operational. Scheduling inspections and maintenance tasks that detect and address potential problems ensure facilities remain safe, secure, and comfortable for public usage. 

 

At some point, you will find yourself searching for new maintenance equipment. There is a lot of building maintenance equipment out on the market. How will you know what’s best for your facility?

 

It’s easy to get caught up in the moment while searching. The latest technology, newest innovations, or bargain prices may catch your eye. But, of course, you don’t want to buy something that may not be the right fit for your facility.

 

Our collective impact on the environment is undeniable. It makes sense to find and implement strategies that reduce our footprint on the Earth. After all, we want to be sure future generations get the same--or better--opportunities to enjoy our assets and natural resources.

 

More parks & recreation departments are adopting sustainability plans to ensure better health for the planet and find ways to save energy, work more efficiently, and preserve the land they manage.

 

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