Maintenance Management School

Maintenance Management School (MMS)

November 15-19, 2021
UCLA Lake Arrowhead, CA
Hosted by CPRS HQ and MMS Regents

Every year, 150+ park and recreation professionals, representing over 60 public agencies, arrive in stunning Lake Arrowhead to participate in this five-year program. The school teaches a systematic approach for determining the resources needed to maintain a public facility, with lifelong professionals providing knowledge and opportunities not available anywhere else. Whether it's your 1st Year attending, 2nd Year learning with us or you are ready for Grad Year, there is space for you at MMS 2021.

We are planning to be "together again," in-person November 15-19, for this outstanding learning experience! CPRS is dedicated to keeping the health and safety of our community a priority. We will continue to monitor state and federal public health guidelines for meetings and events to ensure a safe learning experience as we plan for MMS 2021. 

If you would like more information about MMS, please connect with CPRS HQ at 916.665.2777 

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MMS 1st Year

Open to anyone interested in learning how to develop a comprehensive Maintenance Management Plan.  

Limited to 75 students.

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MMS 2nd Year

Open to those who have completed the MMS 1st year curriculum.  MMS 2nd year focuses on the 'politics' of being a supervisor; learning how to advocate for your program needs; and budget development.

Limited to 45 students.

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MMS Grad Year

Our Grad Year forum focuses on leadership development and requires personal investment.  Students must have completed both 1st and 2nd year curriculums to be eligible to attend MMS Grad Year.  

Limited to 25 students.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Download the sponsorship form HERE.

Sponsorship of the school brings direct exposure to 150 park and recreation professionals representing more than 50 public agencies in the Southwestern United States. As decision makers and employees who influence the final decision-makers, these individuals are continually looking for new and better means and methods to maintain parks and facilities.

Should you have questions, please contact CPRS, 916.665.2777 or Dennis Churchill, City of South Lake Tahoe.

Health and Safety

CPRS is excited to welcome you to our in-person event! With your well-being in mind, we are following all local, county and state requirements as outlined for our location. We invite you to take whatever personal precautions you feel necessary to feel safe during our event, including but not limited to wearing a face covering, even if not specifically required. Attendees will receive an update of the requirements in place as we get closer to the event. 

Please connect with Stephanie Stephens, CPRS Executive Director, with any questions or concerns.

Our partners at UCLA will be taking all necessary precautions to ensure a clean and healthy stay at their conference center. Please refer to protocols currently in place at UCLA Lake Arrowhead Lodge HERE.