Indicators

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“Without data, you are just another person with an opinion.”

The goal of HMC’s Community Indicators Project is to develop and disseminate information about the trends, issues, and policies currently influencing our region and shaping our future. Some indicators are regularly tracked by other orgnaizations and links will take you to their website.

DEMOGRAPHICS
Historic Population Change
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growth rates
ECONOMICS
Community and County Economic Profiles
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EN3 – Per Capita Income, 1990-2004March 2007
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EN4 – Personal Income and Inflation, 1990-1997
EN5 – County Annual Average Wages, 1994-2005March 2007
EN6 –  Livable Wage / Self-sufficiency Standard March 2007
EN7 – County Assessed Valuation March 2007
EN8 – Average Employment Totals by Month (2001-2005)
Eagle Garfield Pitkin  March 2007
EN9 – Employment by sector by Month (1969-2000)
Eagle Garfield Pitkin  March 2007
EN8 – Employment by sector by Month (2001-2004) (New classifications)
Eagle Garfield Pitkin   March
2007
EN9 –  Job Projections by County Nov
2007
ENERGY
E1 – Oil and Gas Drilling: Rig Weeks Activity 2001 – 2011
Link to Headwaters Economics

2011
HOUSING
H1 –  Percentage Change in Wages and Housing Prices
Garfield County 1999-2005
 [pdf]March 2006
H2 –  Housing / Wage Gap Lower Roaring Fork Valley [pdf]March 2007
H3 –  US Median Housing Values and Household Income [pdf]March 2007
L1 Garfield County Land Values & Solutions StudyJune 2006
SOCIAL CAPITAL
TRANSPORTATION
T1- 1980, 1990, and 2000 County-Level Journey to Work [pdf]
T2 – Growth in Traffic and Vehicle Miles Traveled [pdf]
T3 – Traffic Increases in Response to Regional Population and Employment Growth [pdf]
WATER
SourcesColorado State Demography Office

Colorado Division of Housing

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

Colorado Department of Revenue (CSAP Data)

Colorado Department of Education

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis

US Census Bureau

Other resources . . .

“Scenario planning is, in the end, a very structured and purposive way to tell stories about the future.”

— Lawrence Wilkinson
Global Business Network

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