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Harnessing the Power of planning assistance to the benefit of Oregon small towns. Crista Gardner, 2013. Presentation outline. Background Goals & objectives P roject process Project outcomes Significance Leadership development Acknowledgements. Background. Purpose. Strategic Goal:

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Harnessing the power of planning assistance to the benefit of oregon small towns

Harnessing the Power of planning assistance to the benefit of Oregon small towns

Crista Gardner, 2013


Presentation outline
Presentation outline of Oregon small towns

Background

Goals & objectives

Project process

Project outcomes

Significance

Leadership development

Acknowledgements


Background
Background of Oregon small towns


Purpose
Purpose of Oregon small towns

  • Strategic Goal:

    • to improve small town planning in Oregon

  • Strategic Objective:

    • To characterize needs and aid for professional assistance on long-range community planning to rural planning offices and councils in Oregon

    • To identify improvements to existing programs or additional programs to assist small town planning

    • To create a way to match needs with resources.


Why it matters
Why it matters of Oregon small towns


Project process cross sectional study
Project process – of Oregon small townsCross-sectional Study

Planning Assistance

Planning Needs

  • Non-profits

  • Professional associations

  • Universities

  • State of Oregon

  • Small towns in Oregon


Project outcomes
Project outcomes of Oregon small towns

  • Assistance:

    • State of Oregon

    • Universities

    • University extensions

    • Professional organizations

  • Most assistance

    • Portland metro region and larger towns with planning staff

    • Based on relationships and professional interest

  • Small towns without planning staff receive little to no planning or design assistance

    • Except State of Oregon model codes and training manuals


Project outcomes1
Project outcomes of Oregon small towns


Policy theory
Policy theory of Oregon small towns

  • Co-production

  • Network governance

  • Governance by partnerships

  • Rational choice theory


Significance
Significance of Oregon small towns

Small communities in Oregon lack capacity to analyze and plan for the challenges that face them.

Some organizations offer planning assistance

But many are not aware of the needs of small communities

Nor do communities know about resources available to help them deal with their challenges.

Policy recommendations:

Central umbrella organization - DLCD or non-profit

Coordinated criteria

Collaborative network


Empa leadership development
EMPA leadership development of Oregon small towns

Leadership is an art and science focused on people

  • Wicked problems

  • Model the Way

  • Enable Others to Act

  • Inspire a Shared Vision

  • Challenge the Process

  • Encourage the Heart


Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements of Oregon small towns


Thank you

Thank you! of Oregon small towns

Crista Gardner

MPA Candidate, 2013


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