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Phoenix Parks and Recreation seeks non-profits

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Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 3:00 pm

The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department is continuing the search for area non-profit organizations to operate and maintain city facilities that have been closed due to budget reductions. This latest phase of the process opens the first week of May and covers RFPs to operate and maintain the following facilities: Telephone Pioneer Park; Thunderbirds Teen Center; and the South Mountain Environmental Education Center.

Interested organizations will be able to download the first of the RFP materials on the city website at http://phoenix.gov/rfp the first week of May.

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