CERTIFIED PARK & RECREATION PROFESSIONAL

JOANNE H. CONLEY, CPRP

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Ms. Conley has over 30 years of experience covering a wide scope of professional assignments within the field of Landscape Architecture. Her experience includes: Park Master Planning Design and Construction, Trail Design and Construction, Residential and Commercial Site Design and Development, PennDot, E&S and NPDES Permitting, and Urban Revitalization Planning and Construction. Joanne has extensive knowledge of native and ornamental plant materials and has written grant applications resulting in the award of well over 2 million dollars for URDC’s clients. Joanne has recently completed the Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) certification is the national standard for all parks and recreation professionals who want to be at the forefront of their profession.

PROJECT INVOLVEMENT 

  • Lindberg Park Master Plan. Salisbury Twp.

Neighborhood Park Master Plan

  • Lindberg Park Trail & Connections. Salisbury Twp.

Multi-use Trails

Permitting and Construction Documents 

  • Upper Mount Bethel Community Park. Upper Mount Bethel Twp.

Natural and Inclusive Play Area

Permitting and Construction Documents

  • Wayne A Grube Memorial Park. Northampton County

Reforestation of 7 acres of vacant farmland

Specification and Construction Supervision

  • Trail Feasibility Study. City of Bethlehem

Analysis of Trail System, gaps, suggested improvements and connections

  • Royersford Riverfront Park and Trail. Royersford Borough

Trail and Riparian Buffer Restoration

Permitting and Construction Documents

  • Stockertown Trail. Stockertown Borough

Rail Trail with Highway Crossing

Permitting and Construction Documentation

  • Austin T. Blakeslee Natural Area. Tobyhanna Twp.

Master Plan for Natural Area Trails

  • City of Bethlehem Park & Recreation Plan, City of Bethlehem

  • Monocacy Park Master Plan, City of Bethlehem

​EDUCATION

 

B.S. Landscape Architecture, Penn State University

Adobe Creative Suite Proficiency Certificate

Presenter PSATS 2015, Making the Most of Your Parks