Syracuse, Economic indicators, economic development
Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
The Greater Syracuse Community Indicators Report is a snapshot of Onondaga County portraying trends of the time and opportunities for the future. Community Indicators 2005 is the first update since the 2000 Indicators Report and presents the most recent available data. It is essentially a list of measurements which show where we are advancing as a community and where we are not. These measurements were collected from professionals with access to pertinent data concerning the issues that impact our daily lives. You will find their names and affiliations on the last page. Information was gathered by Samantha Long, Syracuse University student, supervised by Carol Dwyer, Director of the Community Benchmarks Program at The Maxwell School.
The goals of the Community Indicators Report are to: 1. Inform the people of Onondaga County of trends and issues facing our community. 2. Generate discussion, debate and action around aspects of our community’s sustainability and quality of life that need improvement. 3. Celebrate aspects in which we are excelling or are working hard to improve. 4. Stimulate general interest in collecting and reporting data to inform community change
Syracuse University. Maxwell School. Community Benchmarks Program, "Greater Syracuse Community Indicators, 2005" (2005). Community Benchmarks Program. Paper 33.