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Newark by the Numbers: Recreation

This guide focuses on resources containing data on the city of Newark, New Jersey. For an extensive bibliography (books, articles, reports, web sites) on Newark see The Newark Experience .

Recreation

Land Use Element of the Master Plan for the City of Newark: Appendices.
Prepared by the City of Newark Department of Economic and Housing Development and Philips Preiss Shapiro Associates, Inc., for the Central Planning Board. Newark, 2004.

Appendix B: Inventory of Public Parks, Open Space and Recreational Facilities

2002 Economic Census: Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation: New Jersey
Number of establishments that operate facilities or provide services to meet varied cultural, entertainment, and recreational interests; receipts, payroll, and paid employees.

Table 4: Summary Statistics for Places: 2002

Arts & Economic Prosperity III: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations and Their Audiences in the City of Newark, NJ: Summary.
Americans for the Arts, 2007.
Part of a economic impact study conducted in 156 U.S. communities and regions.

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