Community Data Resources
A Comparison of Online Community Data Platforms: Click here for a spreadsheet that summarizes online platform developed by other communities - sources of inspiration. Thanks to Suzanne Gregory at SCOPE for pulling this info together.
Impervious Surface: An Indicator of Watershed Well-Being with Relevance to Neighbors
From January to September 2012, Laurel Corrao worked as a GIS Intern at SCOPE with a focus on watershed well-being. This powerpoint presentation (to be uploaded soon) explains the relevance of watershed well-being to neighbors, and shares some local maps of impervious surface by neighborhood as one indicator of community well-being.
FY 2012 Progress Reports to Sarasota County: These reports were written by Allison Pinto and submitted through SCOPE to Sarasota County (as a local investor) to summarize the evolution of the Community Data Collaborative over the course of the 2012 Fiscal Year. They also describe the Resident Community Changemakers fellowship, through which resident-groups in Sarasota County explored the utility of data resources being generated through the Collaborative.
- Progress Report to Sarasota County - April 2012
- Progress Report to Sarasota County - July 2012
- Progress Report to Sarasota County - September 2012
Poster Presentation at the 2012 Summit of the Community Indicators Consortium: Tim Dutton and Allison Pinto participated in the 2012 CIC Summit, and presented this poster to share how a resident-centric community data platform has been developing in Sarasota County.