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Youth Sports Commission

10/11/2018

What Is the Youth Sports Commission?

Certify Your Youth Sports Organization

The Bernalillo County Parks & Recreation Department, in partnership with the Bernalillo County Youth Sports Commission, honors and supports businesses and individuals (Youth Sports Organizations) who have developed a wide variety of programs to provide healthy activities for our children.

As part of that support and to ensure the health, safety and welfare of the youth participants in the programs provided by Youth Sports Organizations that use public facilities in Bernalillo County, the Parks & Recreation Department and the Youth Sports Commission have developed a process by which Youth Sports Organizations can demonstrate their capacity to the public in a transparent manner through a certification program.

Those Youth Sports Organizations that receive certification will receive the designation of Certified Youth Sports Organization (CYSO). A CYSO has demonstrated that it adheres to best practices and has established reasonable operating procedures, which protect participants, volunteers, administrators and those who provide access to facilities.

About the Commission

About the Commission
The Youth Sports Commission was created for the purpose of providing safe and sufficient facilities for all youth sports participants and to improve and provide better safety standards in youth sports.

Certify Your Team

Register Your Team
A Certified Youth Sports Organization has demonstrated that it adheres to best practices and has established reasonable operating procedures, which protect participants, volunteers, administrators and those who provide access to facilities.

Contact Us

Contact the Youth Sports Commission
Click here to see members of the Youth Sports Commission and how to reach them.
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