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Published on January 13, 2008

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Note to users:  Note to users About these slides Slides are designed to help users across Oregon present and share county population and benchmark data: Population by county, age, race/ethnicity; and population change County data (for 31 of 91 benchmarks) as of August 2007 See http://benchmarks.oregon.gov Sample interpretations are given in the notes panel of all data slides (“Normal” view). The 2007 slideshows will be the last where sample interpretations are included. Interpreting the data and using the show Users are encouraged to use sample interpretations as a guide when presenting. Details regarding the data are offered online through the benchmark report generator (see above url); refer to module 3 for a complete description of the data. Each slide compares your county’s data with the statewide average and either a rural or urban county average. (Urban counties are: Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Deschutes, Jackson, Lane, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington and Yamhill.) For some benchmarks, data for counties with small populations may have frequent ups and downs because single events will have a large impact on overall rates. With 66 slides, this is a very long slide show. Except for modifying the data, users may delete or rearrange slides, or use them in other shows based on the needs and interests of their audience. Please acknowledge the Oregon Progress Board for any content used from this show. Contact Progress.Board@state.or.us to: Get help with this show. Offer candid feedback about this Progress Board product. Thank you! LANE COUNTY Is it making progress?:  LANE COUNTY Is it making progress? A slide show on Lane County based on Oregon Benchmarks County Data August, 2007 Oregon Progress Board http://benchmarks.oregon.gov Introduction:  Introduction What is the Oregon Progress Board? What are Oregon Benchmarks? Categories of Benchmarks Where can I find Benchmark data? What is the Oregon Progress Board?:  What is the Oregon Progress Board? A state board Created by the Legislature in 1989 Responsible for monitoring the state's 20-year strategic vision, Oregon Shines Oregon Benchmarks are the measures used to monitor progress. What are Oregon Benchmarks?:  What are Oregon Benchmarks? 91 societal measures of progress towards three Oregon Shines goals: 1) Quality jobs for all Oregonians 2) Engaged, caring & safe communities 3) Healthy, sustainable surroundings 31 of the 91 benchmarks have county-level data and are shown here for Lane County. Statutory reference: (ORS 285A.168) This show is organized by benchmark categories:  This show is organized by benchmark categories Economy Education Civic Engagement Social Support Public Safety Community Development Environment Complete list of 91 Oregon Benchmarks: http://benchmarks.oregon.gov Where can I find benchmark data?:  Where can I find benchmark data? Generate a custom report on specific benchmarks, showing both statewide and county data at: http://benchmarks.oregon.gov View county reports and generate a county specific benchmark report at: http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/OPB/CountyData.shtml But first, some data about Lane County’s population:  But first, some data about Lane County’s population Population by county Population change over time Population by age Population by race Percent that is Hispanic Population by county, 2006:  Population by county, 2006 Wheeler Source: Portland State University Population Research Center (Certified Estimates) Slide10:  Source: Portland State University, Population Research Center Percent and source of change in population, 1990-2000 and 2000-2006 Slide11:  Percent of population by age, 1996 and 2006 Oregon Lane County Source: Portland State University, Population Research Center; and U.S. Census Slide12:  Population by race, 2000 and 2006 (Hispanics, an ethnic group, are represented in all racial categories). Source: US Census Bureau County Population Estimates Slide13:  Percent that is Hispanic, 2000 and 2006 Source: US Census Bureau County Population Estimates How to read benchmark slides:  How to read benchmark slides Blue bar = Lane County = Statewide average = Urban county average Urban counties: Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Deschutes, Jackson, Lane, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington, Yamhill Economy:  Economy Business Vitality Net Job Growth Professional Services Income Per Capita Income Pay Per Worker Unemployment Net job growth (loss) per 1,000 population:  Net job growth (loss) per 1,000 population Source: Covered Employment and Payrolls, Oregon Employment Department Related to Oregon Benchmark 4 Concentration in professional services relative to the U.S. (U.S.=100%):  Concentration in professional services relative to the U.S. (U.S.=100%) Source: Oregon Employment Department and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Oregon Benchmark 5 Per capita personal income as percent of the U.S. per capita income:  Per capita personal income as percent of the U.S. per capita income Source: Oregon Employment Department Oregon Benchmark 11 Average annual payroll per covered worker (all industries, 2006 dollars):  Average annual payroll per covered worker (all industries, 2006 dollars) Source: Oregon Employment Department. Figures are converted to 2006 dollars using the U.S. Implicit Price Deflator for Personal Consumption Expenditures Oregon Benchmark 12 Annual unemployment rate:  Annual unemployment rate Source: Oregon Employment Department Oregon Benchmark 15a Unemployment rate as a percent of U.S. unemployment rate:  Unemployment rate as a percent of U.S. unemployment rate Source: Oregon Employment Department Oregon Benchmark 15b Education:  Education K-12 Ready to Learn 3rd Grade Reading & Math 8th Grade Reading & Math High School Dropout Rate High School Completion Postsecondary College Completion Percent of children entering school ready to learn:  Source: Oregon Department of Education, Kindergarten Surveys Oregon Benchmark 18 Percent of children entering school ready to learn Percent of 3rd grade students who achieve established skills in reading:  Percent of 3rd grade students who achieve established skills in reading Source: Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Statewide Assessment Oregon Benchmark 19a Percent of 3rd grade students who achieve established skills in math:  Percent of 3rd grade students who achieve established skills in math Source: Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Statewide Assessment Oregon Benchmark 19b Percent of 8th grade students who achieve established skills in reading:  Percent of 8th grade students who achieve established skills in reading Source: Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Statewide Assessment Oregon Benchmark 20a Percent of 8th grade students who achieve established skills in math:  Percent of 8th grade students who achieve established skills in math Source: Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Statewide Assessment Oregon Benchmark 20b High school dropout rate (grades 9-12 for the listed school year):  High school dropout rate (grades 9-12 for the listed school year) Source: Oregon Department of Education, Early Leaver Fall Report Oregon Benchmark 22 Percent of Oregon adults who have completed high school (or GED) or more:  Percent of Oregon adults who have completed high school (or GED) or more Oregon Benchmark 23 Source: US Census Bureau decennial census for 1980-2000; American Community Survey 2005 on. Data prior to 2005 not strictly comparable due to change in source. Percent of Oregon adults who have completed a Baccalaureate degree or more:  Percent of Oregon adults who have completed a Baccalaureate degree or more Oregon Benchmark 26a Source: US Census Bureau decennial census for 1980-2000; American Community Survey 2005 on. Data prior to 2005 not strictly comparable due to change in source. Civic Engagement:  Civic Engagement Voting Percent of registered voters who participated in biennial general elections:  Percent of registered voters who participated in biennial general elections Source: Oregon Secretary of State's Office, Elections Division Related to Oregon Benchmark 31 Social Support: Health:  Social Support: Health Teen Pregnancy Prenatal Care Infant Mortality Immunizations HIV Diagnosis Premature Death Child Care Availability Pregnancy rate per 1,000 females ages 15-17:  Pregnancy rate per 1,000 females ages 15-17 Source: Oregon DHS, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report. Population estimates by Portland State University Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 39 Percent of babies whose mothers received prenatal care beginning in the first trimester :  Percent of babies whose mothers received prenatal care beginning in the first trimester Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report Oregon Benchmark 40 Infant mortality rate per 1,000 :  Infant mortality rate per 1,000 Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report Oregon Benchmark 41 Percent of two-year-olds who are adequately immunized:  Percent of two-year-olds who are adequately immunized Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Immunizations Program, ALERT registry Oregon Benchmark 42 New HIV infections among Oregonians, ages 13 and older, by year of initial diagnosis: a. number :  New HIV infections among Oregonians, ages 13 and older, by year of initial diagnosis: a. number Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Epidemiology, Oregon HIV/AIDS Annual Report Note: statewide and urban data are sums, not averages. Oregon Benchmark 43a Premature Death: Years of life lost before age 70 (per 1,000 population):  Premature Death: Years of life lost before age 70 (per 1,000 population) Source: Oregon DHS, Health Services Cluster, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report Population Estimates for Oregon by the Center for Population Research and Census, School of Urban and Public Affairs, PSU Oregon Benchmark 45 Number of child care slots available for every 100 children under age 13:  Number of child care slots available for every 100 children under age 13 Source: Child Care Research Partnership and Oregon Employment Department, Child Care Division Oregon Benchmark 48 Data n/a Social Support: Protection:  Social Support: Protection Protection Teen Substance Abuse Child Abuse or Neglect Alcohol/Tobacco During Pregnancy Percent of 8th grade students who report using alcohol in the previous 30 days:  Percent of 8th grade students who report using alcohol in the previous 30 days Source: 1990-2000: Oregon Public Schools Drug Use Survey, for Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs; 2001 & forward: Oregon Healthy Teens Survey, by Oregon Office of Mental Health & Addiction Services and DHS Center for Health Statistics Oregon Benchmark 50a Percent of 8th grade students who report using illicit drugs in the previous 30 days:  Percent of 8th grade students who report using illicit drugs in the previous 30 days Oregon Benchmark 50b Source: 1990-2000: Oregon Public Schools Drug Use Survey, for Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs; 2001 & forward: Oregon Healthy Teens Survey, by Oregon Office of Mental Health & Addiction Services and DHS Center for Health Statistics Percent of 8th grade students who report using cigarettes in the previous 30 days:  Percent of 8th grade students who report using cigarettes in the previous 30 days Oregon Benchmark 50c Source: 1990-2000: Oregon Public Schools Drug Use Survey, for Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs; 2001 & forward: Oregon Healthy Teens Survey, by Oregon Office of Mental Health & Addiction Services and DHS Center for Health Statistics Number of children who are abused or neglected or are at risk of abuse or neglect (per 1,000):  Number of children who are abused or neglected or are at risk of abuse or neglect (per 1,000) Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, CAF Program Performance and Reporting Research Unit Oregon Benchmark 51a Percent of infants whose mothers used alcohol during pregnancy (self-reported):  Percent of infants whose mothers used alcohol during pregnancy (self-reported) Source: Oregon DHS, Health Services Cluster, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report Oregon Benchmark 53a Percent of infants whose mothers used tobacco during pregnancy (self-reported):  Percent of infants whose mothers used tobacco during pregnancy (self-reported) Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report Oregon Benchmark 53b Social Support: Poverty & Independent Living:  Social Support: Poverty & Independent Living Poverty Poverty Homelessness Independent Living Independent Seniors Percent of population with household incomes below 100% of the federal poverty level:  Percent of population with household incomes below 100% of the federal poverty level Source: Current Population Survey (from US Bureau of Labor Statistics and US Census Bureau) Oregon Benchmark 54 Number of Oregonians who are homeless on any given night (per 10,000) :  Number of Oregonians who are homeless on any given night (per 10,000) Source: Oregon Housing and Community Services Department, One Night Shelter Counts Oregon Benchmark 56 *Note: data collection change in 2004. Prior data may not be strictly comparable. Percent of seniors living outside of nursing facilities:  Percent of seniors living outside of nursing facilities Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Senior and Disabled Services Division Oregon Benchmark 59 Public Safety:  Public Safety Crime Overall Crime Juvenile Arrests Juvenile Recidivism Overall reported crimes per 1,000 population:  Overall reported crimes per 1,000 population Source: Oregon State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Population estimates are provided either by official census or estimates by Portland State University, Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 62 Reported crimes against persons per 1,000 population:  Reported crimes against persons per 1,000 population Source: Oregon State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Population estimates are provided either by official census or estimates by Portland State University, Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 62a Murder, negligent homicide, forcible rape, other sex crimes, kidnapping, robbery, aggravated assault and simple assault Reported property crimes per 1,000 population:  Reported property crimes per 1,000 population Source: Oregon State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Population estimates are provided either by official census or estimates by Portland State University, Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 62b Burglary, larceny/theft, motor vehicle theft, arson, forgery/counterfeit, fraud, embezzlement, stolen property, and vandalism Reported behavioral crimes per 1,000 population:  Reported behavioral crimes per 1,000 population Source: Oregon Department of State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Population estimates are provided either by official census or estimates by Portland State University, Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 62c Weapon laws, prostitution, drug laws, gambling, crimes against family, driving under the influence, liquor laws, disorderly conduct, and all other curfew and runaway juveniles Juvenile arrests for crimes against persons per 1,000 juveniles per year:  Juvenile arrests for crimes against persons per 1,000 juveniles per year Source: Oregon State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Population estimates are provided either by official census or estimates by Portland State University, Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 63a Murder, negligent homicide, forcible rape, other sex crimes, kidnapping, robbery, aggravated assault and simple assault Juvenile arrests for property crimes per 1,000 juveniles per year:  Juvenile arrests for property crimes per 1,000 juveniles per year Oregon Benchmark 63b Burglary, larceny/theft, motor vehicle theft, arson, forgery/counterfeit, fraud, embezzlement, stolen property, and vandalism Source: Oregon State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Population estimates are provided either by official census or estimates by Portland State University, Population Research Center Percent of juveniles with a new criminal referral to a county juvenile department within 12 months of the initial criminal offense :  Percent of juveniles with a new criminal referral to a county juvenile department within 12 months of the initial criminal offense Oregon Benchmark 66 Data prior to 2001 not strictly comparable due to changes in calculation method. Source: Oregon Youth Authority Community Development:  Community Development Housing Home Ownership Affordable Housing Percent of Oregon households that are owner occupied:  Percent of Oregon households that are owner occupied Oregon Benchmark 73 Source: 1980 Census of Population and Housing; 1990 & 2000 from the US Census Bureau reports; 2005 onward CPS. Data prior to 2005 not strictly comparable due to changes in data source. Percent of lower-income, renter households that are cost-burdened:  Percent of lower-income, renter households that are cost-burdened Oregon Benchmark 74a Source: US Census Bureau Percent of lower-income, owner-occupied households that are cost-burdened:  Source: US Census Bureau Percent of lower-income, owner-occupied households that are cost-burdened Oregon Benchmark 74b Environment:  Environment Land Municipal Waste Disposal Pounds of Oregon municipal solid waste landfilled or incinerated per capita:  Pounds of Oregon municipal solid waste landfilled or incinerated per capita Source: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, Land Quality Division Oregon Benchmark 84 Slide66:  Rita Conrad, Executive Director 155 Cottage Street NE, U20 Salem, OR 97301-3966 503-378-3202 Direct Progress.Board@state.or.us www.oregon.gov/DAS/OPB http://benchmarks.oregon.gov

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