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Published on April 14, 2008

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2007 Benchmark Report What does it mean for Seaside?:  2007 Benchmark Report What does it mean for Seaside? Presentation to Seaside Chamber of Commerce By Rita Conrad, Executive Director Oregon Progress Board June 22, 2007 Key points:  Key points What are Oregon Benchmarks? Why should Seaside care? What do the benchmarks say about Oregon and Clatsop County? What you can do What are Oregon Benchmarks?:  What are Oregon Benchmarks? 91 yardsticks of Oregon’s “triple bottom line” Measure Oregon’s progress toward three goals ECONOMY Quality jobs for all Oregonians COMMUNITY Engaged, caring and safe communities ENVIRONMENT Healthy, sustainable surroundings Where do the three goals come from?:  Where do the three goals come from? Oregon’s long-term, strategic vision Called “Oregon Shines” Oregon Shines I – 1989 Oregon Shines II – 1997 Oregon Shines III – ETA 2009 Thousands participated in Oregon Shines process. More will participate in Oregon Shines III 3 goals; 7 categories; 91 benchmarks; 153 indicators:  3 goals; 7 categories; 91 benchmarks; 153 indicators QUALITY JOBS FOR ALL OREGONIANS ECONOMY: Rural employment, trade, new business, job growth, professional services, economic diversification, research & development, venture capital, cost of doing business, regulatory burden, income, wages, income disparity, working poor, unemployment, exports, foreign language EDUCATION: ready to learn, 3rd & 8th grade reading and math, CIM, dropouts, HS and college completion, adult literacy, computer/Internet usage, labor force skills training EGAGED, CARING AND SAFE COMMUNITIES CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: volunteering, voting, feeling of community, understanding taxes, taxes per income, public management quality, S&P bond rating, arts, libraries SOCIAL SUPPORT: teen pregnancy, prenatal care, infant mortality, immunizations, HIV, smoking, premature death, perceived health status, child care slots and affordability, teen substance abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, alcohol and drug use while pregnant, poverty, health insurance, homelessness, child support, hunger, seniors living independently, working disabled, disabled living in poverty PUBLIC SAFETY: overall crime, juvenile arrests, students carrying weapons, adult and juvenile recidivism, emergency preparedness HEATHY, SUSTAINABLE SURROUNDINGS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: traffic congestion, drinking water, commuting, vehicle miles traveled, road and bridge condition, home ownership, affordable housing ENVIRONMENT: air quality, CO2 emissions, wetlands gain/loss, stream water quality, in-stream flow rights, agricultural lands, forest lands, timber harvest, municipal waste disposal, hazard substance cleanup, freshwater/marine/terrestrial species health, natural habitat, invasive species, state park acreage All rolled up to one question:  All rolled up to one question “Is Oregon Making Progress?” Individual benchmark grades are rolled up to category grades. (Pages 20-22) 2007 Benchmark Report: Is Oregon Making Progress?:  2007 Benchmark Report: Is Oregon Making Progress? The Progress Board’s 2007 answers are: Economy: “Yes, but” Education: “No, but” Civic Engagement: “No, but” Social Support: “No, but” Public Safety: “Yes, but” Community Development: “Yes, but” Environment: “No, but” Oregon Progress Board (2 staff) periodically updates Oregon Shines and the benchmarks, and reports results. Why should Seaside care?:  Your world, country, state and county influence Seaside’s quality of life. Oregon Benchmarks shed light on state and county influences Leading to a richer understanding of What is happening in Seaside How to plan and create a better future for Seaside How to measure progress and the well-being of Seaside Why should Seaside care? What benchmark data say about Oregon, rural counties and Clatsop County:  What benchmark data say about Oregon, rural counties and Clatsop County 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 2006 data shows a slow-down:  Net job growth (loss) per 1,000 population 2006 data shows a slow-down Source: Covered Employment and Payrolls, Oregon Employment Department Related to Oregon Benchmark 4  Average annual payroll per covered worker Stagnate since 2000. Clatsop=rural average:  Average annual payroll per covered worker Stagnate since 2000. Clatsop=rural average Source: Oregon Employment Department. Figures are converted to 2006 dollars using the U.S. Implicit Price Deflator for Personal Consumption Expenditures Oregon Benchmark 12 (all industries, 2006 dollars) Unemployment rate as a percent of U.S. Better than Oregon and rural county average:  Unemployment rate as a percent of U.S. Better than Oregon and rural county average 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 – Clatsop exceeds statewide average:  Source: Oregon Department of Education, Kindergarten Surveys Oregon Benchmark 18 Percent of children entering school ready to learn – Clatsop exceeds statewide average High school dropout rate (grades 9-12 for the listed school year) Is this happening in Seaside?:  High school dropout rate (grades 9-12 for the listed school year) Is this happening in Seaside? Source: Oregon Department of Education, Early Leaver Fall Report Oregon Benchmark 22 Civic Engagement:  Civic Engagement Voting Percent of registered voters who participated in biennial general elections Spot on with state averages:  Percent of registered voters who participated in biennial general elections Spot on with state averages 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 – Clatsop looks good!:  Pregnancy rate per 1,000 females ages 15-17 – Clatsop looks good! Source: Oregon DHS, Center for Health Statistics, Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report. Population estimates by Portland State University Population Research Center Oregon Benchmark 39 Number of child care slots available for every 100 children under age 13a Is this a problem in Seaside?:  Number of child care slots available for every 100 children under age 13a Is this a problem in Seaside? Source: Child Care Research Partnership and Oregon Employment Department, Child Care Division Oregon Benchmark 48 Data n/a Data n/a Public Safety:  Public Safety Crime Overall Crime Juvenile Arrests Juvenile Recidivism Overall reported crimes per 1,000 population What is Seaside’s contribution to this?:  Overall reported crimes per 1,000 population What is Seaside’s contribution to this? 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 behavioral crimes per 1,000 population – Behavioral crimes are biggest driver of overall crime (vs. violent, property):  Reported behavioral crimes per 1,000 population – Behavioral crimes are biggest driver of overall crime (vs. violent, property) 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 Environment:  Environment Air Air Quality – National Standards Land Municipal Waste Disposal Pounds of Oregon municipal solid waste landfilled or incinerated per capita Clatsop Co likes lags behind:  Pounds of Oregon municipal solid waste landfilled or incinerated per capita Clatsop Co likes lags behind Source: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, Land Quality Division Oregon Benchmark 84 What you can do:  What you can do Slide28:  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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