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Greater portland vancouver indicators gpvi results teams progress on outcomes drivers

Greater Portland-Vancouver Indicators (GPVI)Results Teams Progress on Outcomes & Drivers

GPVI Advisory Team Meeting #2

September 27, 2010

PSU Urban Center

Definitions used by the teams
Definitions Used by the Teams


    • what we want to exist


    • what impacts, drives or contributes to the outcomes (+ or -)


    • measures of progress toward the outcomes

High level of effort
High Level of Effort

9 Results Teams

over 180 people involved

25 team meetings held or scheduled so far

…not counting the Advisory Team!

Access mobility outcomes p2
Access & Mobility Outcomes (p2)

A transportation system that is:

  • Safe

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Efficient and reliable

  • Provides access to meet our daily needs

Arts culture outcomes p3
Arts & Culture Outcomes (p3)

  • Equitable access

  • Economic stability of providers

  • Arts education

Civic engagement outcomes p4
Civic Engagement Outcomes (p4)

  • Access to information…

  • Healthy race relations…

  • Representative leadership…

  • Social capital…

  • Public support & philanthropy…

  • Sense of community…

  • Investment in neighborhoods…

  • Engagement of business…

  • Diverse public participation…

  • Public impact on policy…

Economic opportunity outcomes p6
Economic Opportunity Outcomes (p6)

  • Individual/family prosperity

  • Community (public sector) prosperity

  • Business prosperity

Education outcomes p7
Education Outcomes (p7)

  • Well educated workforce

    • World class, home grown, economically self-sufficient, meeting the needs of the region, benefits of education accruing to all

  • Well educated citizenry

    • Who can participate fully in regional life

    • Active, engaged in the arts

Healthy people outcomes p8
Healthy People Outcomes (p8)

  • Mortality

    • Length of life

  • Morbidity

    • Quality of life

Housing communities outcomes p9
Housing & Communities Outcomes (p9)

  • Enough appropriate (safe, decent…) housing

  • Housingwhere people can thrive…

  • High level of community connectedness…

  • Affordable housing accessible to all…

  • Opportunity for wealth creation via home ownership available to all

Natural environment outcomes p11
Natural Environment Outcomes (p11)

  • LAND – Maintenance of working lands, healthy soils…

  • RESILIENCY – Environment able to adapt to hazards…

  • ACCESS - All people can experience nature…


  • CLEAN WATER and aquatic ecosystems

  • NATIVE PLANTS AND ANIMALS and their habitats…

  • BIODIVERSITY – Region supports nature in the larger landscape

Safe people outcomes p13
Safe People Outcomes (p13)

  • TRUST - Mutual trust between the community and public safety leaders…

  • SAFETY - Community members are safe.

  • PREVENTION - primary and secondary

Cross cutting issues these conversations have just begun
Cross-cutting IssuesThese conversations have just begun.

For example:

  • Housing & Communities is referring

    • Availability of jobs to Economic Opportunity

    • Neighborhood schools to Education

    • Sense of safety to Safe People

    • Access to health care to Healthy People

  • Education is referring

    • Health wellness & basic needs to Healthy People

    • Safe schools and neighborhood to Safe People

    • Community vestment & prioritization of education to Housing & Communities plus Civic Engagement


All teams but one have outcomes and/or drivers that specifically call out the issue of access.

Teams need your advice now
Teams need your advice now.

  • What is missing or confusing?

  • What are your insights and opinions?

  • Specific questions from the teams:

    • What does equity mean?

    • How many indicators can we have?

    • What strategies do you have in mind to excite the general public about GPVI?