Service Tree

The Service Tree lists all services in "branched" groups, starting with the very general and moving to the very specific. Click on the name of any group name to see the sub-groups available within it. Click on a service code to see its details and the providers who offer that service.


Programs that acquire, develop and maintain beach property for use by the public and provide recreational, parking and sanitary facilities including volleyball courts, playground equipment, bicycle paths, fire rings, barbecues, picnic tables, showers, restrooms, trash containers, parking lots, access ways and other amenities. Most public beaches provide lifeguards, at least seasonally; and support a variety of activities including sunbathing, swimming, board surfing, body surfing, windsurfing, diving, tide pool exploring, fishing and volleyball. Private vendors may operate concessions and rent surf boards, boogie boards, kayaks, bicycles, inline skates, chairs, umbrellas and other recreational equipment.


Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public facilities for cooperative group living experiences in the out-of-doors; and which offer a wide range of activities under the supervision of trained leadership for children, youth, adults and special groups of all ages which include campcraft, cookouts, nature lore and conservation, and a wide range of indoor and outdoor recreational, athletic and group social activities.


Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public, outdoor areas where fairs, livestock events, horse shows, RV rallies, concerts, sporting events, circuses, trade shows, exhibitions or other events are held.

Nature Centers/Walks

Programs that offer guided or self-guided walks or drives through parks, beach areas, wildlife preserves and other natural settings to acquaint participants with particular aspects of their environment and to increase their understanding of and appreciation for ecological balance.


Structures that extend into navigable lake, river or ocean waters that are used to protect or form a harbor, as landing places for watercraft or as promenades which may feature fishing, restaurants, shops, carousels, rides, arcades and other amusements.

Public Parks

Tracts of land that are acquired and maintained by governmental entities and made available to the public as places of beauty or for recreation.

Recreational Facilities

Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public, acreage and facilities for a broad range of recreational activities, sports and games; and/or urban open spaces where people can gather to eat lunch, socialize and enjoy being outdoors.

Spectator Sports Facilities

Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public, indoor or outdoor venues for high school, college and/or professional athletic events and training as well as support facilities for participants and spectators.