ParkScore: The Top 10 City Park Systems in the U.S. ParkScore: The Top 10 City Park Systems in the U.S.
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ParkScore: The Top 10 City Park Systems in the U.S.

by Adele Peters

June 14, 2013

10. Seattle

Seattle's a pretty big spender on park maintenance, and most citizens live a short walk from green space, though there aren't quite as many parks as in other cities.

Go to ParkScore to see how your city ranks.

This post is part of the GOOD community's 50 Building Blocks of Citizenship—weekly steps to being an active, engaged global citizen. This week: Go to Your Local Park. Follow along and join the conversation at good.is/citizenship and on Twitter at #goodcitizen.

Images via Shutterstock: High Line in New York City; Minneapolis park; Prospect Park, Brooklyn; Boston; American River in Sacramento; Dolores Park in San Francisco; Washington, D.C.; Japanese garden in Portland; Virginia Beach coastline; San Diego; Seattle Public Market.

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ParkScore: The Top 10 City Park Systems in the U.S.