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  1. A Business Perspective on Venice Community Data 2.0: Venice Co-hosted by The City of Venice, Venice MainStreet, The Venice Area Chamber of Commerce & SCOPE May 18, 2012 City Hall, Venice, Florida

  2. Summary of Community Indicators 184

  3. Advisory Groups: Venice • Architectural Review Board • Municipal Code Enforcement Board • Construction Board of Adjustment & Appeals • Economic Development Task Force • Environmental Task Force • Fire Pension Board • Historic Preservation Board • Parks & Recreation Advisory Board • Planning Commission • Police Pension Board • Public Art Task Force • Citizen Tax Oversight Committee • Venice Housing Authority

  4. Advisory Groups: Sarasota County • Nokomis Revitalization Advisory Committee • Parks Advisory and Recreation Council • Planning Commission • Public Facilities Financing Advisory Board • Sarasota County Health Facilities Authority and Industrial Development Revenue Bond Citizens Advisory Committee • Sarasota Tree Advisory Council • Seniors Advisory Council • SHIP Affordable Housing Advisory Committee • Stormwater Environmental Utility Advisory Committee • Tourism and Economic Development Board (TEDB) • Tourist Development Council • Traffic Advisory Council • Water and Sewer Advisory Council • Waterways Advisory Council • Well Drilling Advisory Board • Animal Welfare Advisory Council (AWAC) • Bicycle/Pedestrian/Trail Advisory Committee • Board of Zoning Appeals • Building Code Board of Adjustments & Appeals • Citizen Tax Oversight Committee • Citizens Advisory Committee for Public Transportation • Coastal Advisory Committee • Community Action Agency Board • Development Services Advisory Committee • Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board • Englewood Community Redevelopment Area Advisory Bd • Environmental Policy Task Force • Environmentally Sensitive Lands Oversight Committee • Fire Rescue District Advisory Board • General Contractors Licensing & Examining Board • Health Planning Council of SW Florida • Historic Preservation Board • Historical Commission • Human Services Advisory Council • Integrated Pest Management Advisory Board • Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Advisory Board • Library Advisory Board • Mechanical Contractors Licensing & Examining Board • Metropolitan Planning Organization Citizens' Advisory Committee • Neighborhood Initiative Grant Advisory Committee

  5. How can data be useful for ongoing decision-making by everyone? The Venice Area Chamber of Commerce & Venice MainStreet are good examples of local networks.

  6. The Network of Member Businesses

  7. The Network of Member Businesses

  8. Questions to Consider • How can businesses use community data to: • Decide upon the best spot to locate their business? • Inform hiring decisions to promote the economic well-being of the full diversity of the community?  • Promote the overall well-being of their employees and their families, in not only their workplaces, but also their neighborhoods and broader community?  • How can residents use community data to: • Identify businesses to recruit to their neighborhood? 

  9. Who lives in Venice? Total Number of Residents

  10. Who lives in Venice? Total Number of Residents

  11. Who lives in Venice? Total Number of Residents

  12. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who are Age 65+

  13. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who are Age 65+

  14. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who are Up to Age 5

  15. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who are Up to Age 5

  16. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who Identify as White

  17. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who Identify as White

  18. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who Identify as Black / African-American

  19. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who Identify as Black / African-American

  20. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who Identify as Latino / Hispanic

  21. Who lives in Venice? % of Residents who Identify as Latino / Hispanic

  22. How are families doing economically?Median Family Income

  23. How are families doing economically?Median Family Income

  24. How are families doing economically?Unemployment

  25. How are families doing economically?Unemployment

  26. How are kids doing re: learning?3rd Grade Reading

  27. How are kids doing re: learning?3rd Grade Reading

  28. How are Venice residents doing re: civic engagement?Registered Voters

  29. How are Venice residents doing re: civic engagement?Registered Voters

  30. What’s in Venice?Parks

  31. What’s in Venice?Parks

  32. What’s in Venice?Libraries

  33. What’s in Venice?Libraries

  34. What’s in Venice?Houses of Worship

  35. What’s in Venice?Houses of Worship

  36. What’s in Venice?Fire Stations

  37. What’s in Venice?Fire Stations

  38. What’s in Venice?Schools

  39. What’s in Venice?Schools

  40. What’s in Venice?Neighborhoods

  41. What’s in Venice?Neighborhoods

  42. To Discuss in Small Groups • How can businesses use community data to: • Decide upon the best spot to locate their business? • Inform hiring decisions to promote the economic well-being of the full diversity of the community?  • Promote the overall well-being of their employees and their families, in not only their workplaces, but also their neighborhoods and broader community?  • How can residents use community data to: • Identify businesses to recruit to their neighborhood? 

  43. Review of County-Scale Community Indicators

  44. Review of County-Scale Community Indicators • Demographics: • Total population* • Age : 65 years & older ; Under 18 years* • Race / Ethnicity:  Black / African American; White; Hispanic / Latino* • Civic Well-Being: • Voter Registration * • Newspaper Circulation • Culture & Recreation: • Public Library Visits • Recreational Boating • Economic Well-Being: • Tourist Spending • Unemployment • Income Below Poverty Level • Health: • Low Birth Weight • Infant Mortality • Eating Fruits & Vegetables • Diabetes • Learning: • School Stability * • 10th Grade Reading Achievement* • High School Absenteeism* • High School Graduation * • Natural Environment: • Connectivity of Local Protected Lands* • Fresh Water Consumption • Active Bald Eagle Nests* • Built Environment: • Housing Stock • Home Occupancy • Residential Permits Issued • Social Well-Being: • Domestic Violence • Violent Crime • Homelessness • Transportation: Motor Vehicle Usage • Public Transportation • Traffic Crash Fatalities

  45. Review of County-Scale Community Indicators

  46. THE BIG QUESTIONS • As someone who lives and/or works in Venice: • Which patterns most surprise, interest, concern or inspire you? • Which indicators do you hope that the community will continue tracking because they matter a lot to Venice?