Art Space Study: Venues and Housing for a Creative Community

Description: Conduct an inventory to identify existing venues for engaging in the arts, including performance centers as well as learning and creating spaces. Specialized housing options for artists and performers will also be addressed. Interview and survey artists, art-related businesses, and art supporters to identify the needs for venues and supporting spaces. Determine the gap between current resources and anticipated needs. With partners, begin a process of prioritizing needs, identifying strategies, and acquiring resources to expand existing spaces and add new facilities to support the arts and artists.

Objectives: Create & Celebrate – CC2: Variety of Arts & Entertainment Venue and CC5: Tourism & Visitor Attractions; Engage & Support – ES2: Community Affordability:

Sponsor: The City’s Arts and Culture Advisory Board

Partners: OSU School of Arts & Communication; Parks and Recreation Department, City of Corvallis

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ARTscend Marys Peak

Description: ARTscend Marys Peak is an annual program to inspire artists to appreciate the ecological, physical, cultural and aesthetic values of Marys Peak and to produce artwork about Marys Peak. Local visual artists spend a day on Marys Peak with our certified interpretive guides. The guides focus on showing and explaining the ecological, physical and cultural attributes of Marys Peak. The participating artists create one or more pieces of art that was inspired by their day on Marys Peak. The artwork is then displayed during the month of September throughout downtown Corvallis. A special showing is prepared for the evening of the September Corvallis Art Walk (CAW). Ten percent of the sales of the artwork is donated by the artists to the Marys Peak Alliance to support its “Students to the Peak” program, where we take over 500 local students to Marys Peak each year.

Objectives: Create and Celebrate: CC1 – Community Support for the Arts; CC6 – Celebrating Our History and Culture; CC7 – Natural Surroundings

Sponsor: Marys Peak Alliance of AFRANA

Partners: The U.S. Forest Service, The Marys Peak Group of the Sierra Club, Corvallis Art Walk and 7 local institutions for the showing of the art – The Majestic Theater, Arts in the Valley Gallery, New Morning Bakery, Old World Deli, Pegasus Gallery, The Hold Gallery and The Art Center.

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Athletics at the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis

Description: This Initiative provides elementary and middle school developmental sports opportunities that prepare youth for high school sports and a life of healthy physical activity. The program includes afterschool sports and summer camps and clinics. With the addition of a gym in the high school teen center, the B&GCC will expand recreational opportunities for youth cut from high school sports teams. Over the next year the Club will increase access to athletics participation during regular Club hours by launching intermural leagues  to serve 200 youth, will increase group exercise classes to reach 200 youth and serve 650 youth with competitive and developmental sports in the fall, winter and spring.

Objectives: Learn & Thrive LT6: Access to Healthy Lifestyles

Sponsor: Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis

Partners: Corvallis Parks and Recreation; Corvallis Elks Club; for intra-league play and tournaments: Jefferson Parks and Recreation, Scio Youth Club, Philomath Youth Activities Club, Brownsville Rec Center, Kallas Kids Inc,, Central Youth Sports, Boys & Girls Club of Albany and of Salem.  Theater, Arts in the Valley Gallery, New Morning Bakery, Old World Deli, Pegasus Gallery, The Hold Gallery and The Art Center.

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Carbon Fee and Dividend

Description: The Carbon Fee and Dividend is a climate change solution that economists and climate scientists say is the “best first-step” to preventing the worst impacts of a warming world. A national, revenue-neutral carbon fee-and-dividend system would place a predictable, steadily rising price on carbon, with all fees collected (minus administrative costs) returned to households as a monthly energy dividend. Studies show that, in just 20 years, such a system could reduce carbon emissions to 50% of 1990 levels while adding 2.8 million jobs to the American economy.

Objectives: Steward & Sustain – SS1: Sustainable City

Sponsor: Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Corvallis Chapter

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City of Corvallis Community Solar Project

Description: Development of a three megawatt (3MW) solar farm, to be located on the field at the city water treatment plant, and subscribed by Corvallis residents, businesses and organizations under SB1547, Oregon’s new Community Solar program. The solar farm is projected to go live in 2Q 2019. An operating and fully-subscribed solar farm, by mid-next year.

Objectives Steward & Sustain – SS1: Sustainable City and SS6: Renewable Energy

Sponsor: Oregon Clean Power Cooperative

Partners: City of Corvallis, Corvallis Sustainability Coalition, Seeds for the Sol

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Cook for Cancer

Description: This initiative goes beyond screening for food insecurity. Cook for Cancer, a program of The Corvallis Clinic Foundation, supports health care providers with ways to connect patients with access to healthy food. Cook for Cancer serves as a food distribution program by providing free meals for oncology patients undergoing treatment and their families. The goal of Cook for Cancer is to address food insecurity by providing healthy, easy to prepare meals for patients during time of uncertainty. Meals are prepared at the local Dream Dinners by community volunteers, and delivered to patients at their convenience. Any patient undergoing treatment for cancer can access this program.

Along with the medical, financial and emotional stressors of a life altering diagnosis, food preparation is often an added stressor on patients, families and caregivers. All cancer patients should have equal access to the healthy food needed to nourish and heal their bodies. Cook for Cancer eases this burden and allows patients to focus on their health and well-being.

Objectives Engage & Support – ES1: Well-being and Basic Needs; Learn & Thrive – LT6: Access to Healthy Lifestyle

Sponsor: Corvallis Clinic Foundation

Partners: Dream Dinners Foundation

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Corvallis Community Shared Solar

Description: Community Shared Solar would use crowd-sourced community investment to increase the amount of solar in Corvallis. The solar systems would be installed at local businesses, which can take advantage of the federal tax credits for solar. If we can locate additional funding, we would also install batteries, providing power to the community in the case of a grid outage during a natural disaster. We hope to include a small solar system at a nonprofit (such as Heartland Humane Society) in the project as well.

Objective: Steward & Sustain: SS1 – Sustainable City and SS6- Renewable Energy

Sponsor: Oregon Clean Power Cooperative

Partners: Corvallis Sustainability Coalition, Economic Vitality Action Team

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Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program for Corvallis (C-PACE)

Description: Corvallis and Benton County are looking at implementing a C-PACE program in our communities. C-PACE is a financing mechanism that can fund up to 100% of clean energy projects. The program supports energy efficiency, water conservation, renewable energy, and seismic building improvements and removes barriers to financing energy improvement projects. The premise being that energy improvements provide a public benefit because of the environmental benefits achieved by reducing carbon emissions.

C-PACE can help improve the region’s economic infrastructure, by retrofitting our old buildings to reduce energy consumption as well as incorporating energy-efficient components into new-construction projects. This will help improve the value, building performance, and marketability of the County’s commercial, industrial, and multifamily real estate.

C-PACE is its own financing tool. Authorized by the legislature, it uses the same basic property tax structure to secure financing for energy or seismic improvements to commercial buildings. Cost savings achieved by improved energy efficiency of the buildings are used to finance the improvements. Loans are secured by a “benefit assessment” lien that has priority over all other encumbrances, other than regular property taxes.

Objectives: Steward & Sustain – SS1: Sustainable City, SS3: Community Resiliency, SS6: Renewable Energy; Innovate & Prosper – IP6: Balanced Economic Growth with Livability; Plan & Change – PC1: Mixed Use Development, PC3: Diverse & Affordable Housing

Sponsor: Corvallis Benton County Economic Development Office; Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments; Corvallis Sustainability Coalition – Economic Vitality Action Team

Partners: We have begun to engage stakeholders and explore a partnership with Multnomah County, Prosper Portland, and the Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO). Multnomah County and Prosper Portland bring experience in C-PACE. Other stakeholders to CPACE will include: building owners, lenders, contractors, and energy auditors.

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Community Healthcare and Human Services Partnerships to Benefit Youth and Families

Description: The Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis is on the cutting edge of using co-location strategies and in-depth partnerships to increase access to services for youth and families.  They are creating a new culture of care by bringing together youth social services and a healthcare team of professionals. Through the co-location model and community-based strategies, they will work to solve problems of: scattered health services for youth and adolescents; disconnected medical providers and community social service providers; persistent health inequities; chronic generational health problems and limited access to mental health services.

Objectives: Engage & Support – ES1: Well-Being & Basic Needs; Learn & Thrive – LT1: Equitable, Accessible Health Care & Education and LT6: Access to Healthcare Services

Sponsor: Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis

Partners: Samaritan Health Services; Benton County Health Department; Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Northwest; Trillium Family Services; Oregon Department of Human Services; Old Mill Center for Children and Families; COI; CASA;and Jackson Street Youth Services

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Corvallis Carbon Offset Fund

Description: Residents, businesses, and organizations may choose to neutralize their carbon greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by buying offsets that result in the prevention or capture of carbon GHG emissions. Proceeds will be distributed to selected, local organizations involved in clean energy production, vegetation planting, and restoration of carbon capturing lands. A local carbon offset fund has advantages over the several non-local funds that exist, and also over donating directly to the local charitable organizations.

Objective: Steward and Sustain: SS1: Sustainable City

Sponsor: Corvallis Interfaith Climate Justice Committee (ICJC)

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Food & Beverage Cluster Strategy

Description: This Initiative will create a regional craft food and beverage (F&B) sector strategy focused on growth and assistance for the sector. This initiative seeks to first understand the barriers that many food and beverage businesses in the Corvallis Benton County area face, then create a working plan to overcome those obstacles. We anticipate opportunities in the areas of workforce development, supply chain, creating local connections and the potential for F&B incubators. There is great opportunity to create synergies, and strengthen this component of our local economy. A strong and vibrant food and beverage economy benefits our local businesses, creates opportunities for increased tourism, and strengthens our own local food networks, which is good for resiliency in our area, the environment, and our citizens.

Objectives: Steward & Sustain – SS5: Agricultural Lands & Food Security; Innovate and Prosper – IP2: Nurturing Small-to-Medium Sized Businesses, IP3: Recruitment of New Companies and Job Creation, IP6: Balanced Economic Growth with Livability; Create and Celebrate – CC5: Tourism and Visitor Attractions; Plan & Change – PC1: Mixed Use Development

Sponsor: Corvallis Benton County Economic Development Office

Partners: The F&B initiative will involve partnerships with the city and county, local economic development partners such as the SBDC and Foundry, as well as our partners at the state level through Business Oregon. We also anticipate additional partnerships with OSU’s Extension Office and Visit Corvallis.

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Healthy Foods & Nutrition

Description: This Initiative builds health equity for members of the Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis and addresses the root causes that lead to poor health. The Initiative will deliver healthy snacks twice per week from June through August 1019 and during the 13 days of the school year when schools are not in session. It includes launching a program to offer nutrition and cooking classes for youth along with the primary cook in their home.  The program will also connect local food producers to food donations for summer snacks and nutrition classes, The program also hosts tasting tables at the Club throughout the school year to introduce youth to healthy foods.

Objectives: Engage & Support – ES1: Well-Being & Basic Needs ; Learn & Thrive – LT4: Opportunities for Teaching & Learning and LT6: Access to Healthy Lifestyles

Sponsor: The Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis

Partners: Samaritan Health Services; Healthy Youth Program at the Linus Pauling Health Institute at Oregon State University; Corvallis School District; and local individuals

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Home Performance Ratings

Description: This Initiative seeks to implement a Home Performance Rating System in Corvallis. The home energy performance rating allows prospective buyers and renters to make informed decisions on future energy use/cost. A certified professional evaluates a home’s performance by looking for air leaks, checking insulation levels inspecting windows and doors, making sure heating and cooling systems are maintained, checking, lighting and more then issues a score. Property owners will be incentivized to make energy conserving and renewable energy production improvements to achieve a high energy score.

Objectives: Steward & Sustain – SS1: Sustainable City

Sponsor: Energy Action Team of the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition

Partners: Premium Efficiency; Energy Trust of Oregon; City of Corvallis (anticipated)

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Implementing RAIN’s Venture Catalyst Model

Description: RAIN’s Venture Catalyst Model is a “pull” approach as opposed to a “push” approach. RAIN gets invited into a community to share our Venture Catalyst Model. RAIN’s outreach allows for entrepreneurs and innovators to “find us” and attend our events. RAIN’s Venture Catalyst finds and supports entrepreneurs via events (e.g., Meetups, Seminars, Pub Talks, Mentor Hours, etc.), provides asset mapping, establishes and markets validated resources and events, fosters and makes connections (e.g., between entrepreneurs and community resources, between community stakeholders and regional stakeholders, etc.), and identifies local sources of capital to fund startups.

Objectives: Innovate and Prosper – IP1: Family and Living Wage Jobs; IP2: Nurturing Small-to-Medium Sized Businesses; IP4: Innovative Tech Businesses and Start-Ups; IP7: Global Economic Impacts and Local Benefits

Sponsor: Regional Accelerator & Innovation Network (RAIN)

Partners: ONAMI, OSU (including OSU Advantage Accelerator), RAIN Eugene, University of Oregon, Cascade Angels, Chambers of Commerce, Regional Solutions, Small Business Development Centers, cities in the region, Linn County, and Benton County.

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Innovate Corvallis

Description: Innovate Corvallis is our overarching message for 2019 to further our mission helping communities build strong, vibrant and creative entrepreneurial ecosystems that contribute to improved prosperity. With a highly visible, downtown Innovation Hub offering events plus meeting, incubator, and coworking space we increase community member participation and bring visibility to innovation. Our events build strong, diverse, entrepreneurial communities.

Objectives: Engage and Support – ES4: Safe, Secure and Welcoming Community; Innovate and Prosper – IP2: Nurturing Small-to-Medium Sized Businesses; Create and Celebrate – CC4: Creative Destination

Sponsor: Corvallis Foundry

Partners: LBCC SBDC, Willamette Innovators Network (WiN), OSU Advantage Accelerator, Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development, Corvallis Arts Center, Downtown Corvallis, Visit Corvallis, Oregon Entrepreneurs Network, Business Oregon, Oregon RAIN, Built Oregon, PIE, BendTECH and others to bring expertise, curriculum and mentorship to the community for both traded sector and Main Street businesses.

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Interactive READY Booth

Description: The Interactive READY Booth would be an experiential, educational traveling exhibit with the goal of making disaster preparedness easy and fun to facilitate the greatest amount of behavioral change. READY stands for Readiness Education, Accumulation, and Defense each Year. The booth will draw on design that will be relevant and appropriate for all ages and provide resources to community members for how, where, why, and what to prepare for different types of emergencies. It will collaborate with local groups and organizations in order to leverage existing audiences and resources. After a few years, the goal is to expand the Interactive READY Booth into its own Interactive READY Festival to be held annually on a day or weekend specifically centered on community emergency preparedness, featuring family appropriate activities, educational workshops, interactive exhibits, music, and vendors. The ultimate goal is to reach an increasingly large audience of individuals, families, business owners, etc. and helping them to be better prepared and resilient in the face of disasters.

Objectives: Steward & Sustain – SS3: Community Resiliency

Sponsor: Rena Chen, Imagine Corvallis Action Network

Partners: Peter Greenberg and Patricia Parcel contributed to this initiative generated during the first inaugural ICAN SOLVE event on community emergency preparedness.

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Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance (LBHEA)

Description: The Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance (LBHEA) is a program of WNHS and also one of 4 Regional Health Equity Coalitions in the state of Oregon. LBHEA addresses the social determinants of health and promotes policy, system, and environmental change in partnership with member individuals and organizations, with an emphasis on supporting the needs of culturally-specific and rural communities, and with a specific focus on communities of color.
Our lessons learned through these successful efforts show that it is possible and advantageous to harness the voices of the individuals and communities most affected by housing and health challenges in support of long-term policy changes that lead to true systems and environmental changes. We have also noted the continued interest for engagement coming from these vulnerable communities and their desire for additional capacity building opportunities.

Objective: Learn and Thrive – LT1: Equitable, Accessible Healthcare & Education; Engage & Support: ES1- Well-Being &Basic Needs

Sponsor: Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services

Partners: A strong network with of 40+ agencies, many of which serve culturally-specific populations (such as Latinos and African-Americans) and other vulnerable communities in our region; close ties with large organizations, such as our local Benton County and Linn County health departments, Oregon State University Extension, Early Learning Hub, Samaritan Health Services, and Intercommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Organization; long and well-established relationships with grassroots non-profit groups, such as Casa Latinos Unidos, the local NAACP chapter, parent teacher associations, and other parent support groups.

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Living South Town- Healthy, Prosperous and Inclusive South Town

Description: Living South Town is a multi-year project that has organized South Corvallis residents in support of a healthy, prosperous, and inclusive neighborhood. South Corvallis is lacking many basic resources, but has the potential to see significant new development related to food, housing, transportation, and education: a commercial neighborhood center; a regional “food hub”; off-street pedestrian/bike paths; a new elementary school; and development of new and diverse types of affordable housing. These projects are more likely to happen and be done “right,” when South Corvallis residents are involved, energized and unified by a compelling vision of their neighborhood’s future that is based on a shared commitment to inclusiveness and equity; and if the neighborhood, in partnership with city and county government and other stakeholders, can secure the right financing and development tools. Central to that vison is development of a new mixed-use Neighborhood Center that will include shopping, offices, and housing; will serve as “the epicenter for revitalization of South Corvallis;” and will help make it a “complete neighborhood.”

Objectives: Engage and Support – ES1: Well-Being and Basic Needs; ES5: Strong, Vital Neighborhoods; Plan and Change – PC1: Mixed Use Development, PC3: Diverse and Affordable Housing

Sponsor: Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services

Partners: The City of Corvallis; Benton County; Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance (HEA); Casas Latinos Unidos de Benton County and Organización Latinas Unidos; Corvallis School District 509J; neighborhood associations; private sector and neighborhood businesses.

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Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail

Description: The Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail aims to cultivate partnerships between culinary and agricultural businesses, strengthen local food economies and create unique experiences for visitors and locals alike. Program implementation provides Corvallis and Benton County a way to package and showcase our local farm, ranch, and other agricultural assets, as well as local culinary businesses that feature locally-sourced products in a brochure and online.

Objectives: Innovate & Prosper – IP2: Nurturing Small-Medium Sized Businesses; IP6: Balanced Economic Growth with Livability; Create & Celebrate – CC5: Tourism and Visitor Attractions, CC6: Celebrating Our History and Culture

Sponsor: Visit Corvallis

Partners: Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development Office, Albany Visitors Association, Travel Oregon

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No Food Left Behind

Description: No Food Left Behind – Corvallis seeks to educate Corvallis residents about why and how to prevent wasted food at the consumer level, with community outreach efforts that include a six-week Challenge to Waste Less Food. We anticipate reaching 6,000 to 10,000 residents through our outreach.

Objectives: Steward and Sustain – ES1: Sustainable City

Sponsor: Corvallis Sustainability Coalition

Partners: Republic Services; OSU Extension Service Master Food Preserver program; Corvallis Public Library; Corvallis School Board for Corvallis 509J School District; First Alternative Natural Foods Co-op; Corvallis Interfaith Climate Justice Committee; Peak Sports; Oregon State University’s sister program, “No Food Left Behind – OSU”

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Saving Green

Description: Although many business owners are interested in adopting more efficient and cost-effective sustainability practices, common barriers to implementation are lack of time, technical information, and staff capacity. In 2013, the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition contracted with Oregon State University’s Applied Social Research graduate class to explore incentives, barriers, and criteria for businesses to adopt sustainable practices. Their research confirmed that technical, hands-on assistance from a sustainability professional could help businesses move forward with their sustainability goals. The Saving Green program has the potential to dramatically decrease the greenhouse gas emissions of our local business sector.

Objectives: Sustain & Steward – SS1: Sustainable City, SS3: Community Resiliency, and SS6: Renewable Energy; Innovate & Prosper – IP2: Nurturing Small-to-Medium Sized Business, and IP6: Balanced Economic Growth with Livability

Sponsor: The Corvallis Sustainability Coalition

Partners: Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development Office

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South Corvallis Redevelopment Area (Urban Renewal District)

Description: The City of Corvallis is exploring the creation of an urban renewal district in South Corvallis. The district is intended to help provide improvements in street design and safety, access to commercial services and housing opportunities, and other enhancements to help make South Corvallis a thriving and connected neighborhood.

The potential district is slated to fund projects in these categories: Affordable Housing Partnerships and Support; Neighborhood Center and Other Commercial and Residential Development; Business Support and Enhancement; South Corvallis Multi-Use Path; Street Design and Improvements; Millrace Stream Restoration; Natural Resources Management and Enhancement, and Natural Hazard Mitigation; Plan Administration and Planning Refinement

Objectives: Engage & Support – ES2: Community Affordability and ES5: Strong, Vital Neighborhoods;
Steward & Sustain – SS3: Community Resiliency, SS4: Open Spaces, Natural Areas & Wetlands Protection and SS6: Renewable Energy; Learn & Thrive –LT2: Education & Diversity; Innovate & Prosper: – IP1: Family & Living Wage Jobs, IP2: Nurturing Small-to-Medium Sized Business and IP6: Balanced Economic Growth with Livability; Create & Celebrate – CC7: Natural Surroundings; Plan & Change –PC1: Mixed Use Development, PC2: Integrated Parks, Green Spaces & Public Places, PC3: Diverse & Affordable Housing, PC4: Stable, Healthy Neighborhoods, PC5: Alternative Transportation & Public Transit

Sponsors: City of Corvallis and Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services

Partners: The Living Southtown group

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ES1: Well-Being & Basic Needs
  • Community Healthcare & Human Services Partnerships to Benefit Youth & Families
  • Healthy Foods & Nutrition
  • Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance
  • Healthy, Prosperous & Inclusive South Town
  • No Food Left Behind
  • Cook for Cancer
ES2: Community Affordability
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
  • Space Study: Venues and Housing for a Creative Community
ES3: Open & Transparent Government
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ES4: Safe, Secure & Welcoming Community
  • Innovate Corvallis
ES5: Strong, Vital Neighborhoods
  • Healthy, Prosperous & Inclusive South Town
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
ES6: Collaborative City/University Relations
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ES7: Core Community Values
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ES8: City Services & Financial Stability
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SS1: Sustainable City
  • City of Corvallis Community Shared Solar Project
  • Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
  • No Food Left Behind
  • Home Performance Ratings
  • Corvallis Carbon Offset Fund
  • Corvallis Community Shared Solar
  • Carbon Fee & Dividend
  • Saving Green
SS2: Population Changes & Migration
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SS3: Community Resiliency
  • South Corvallis Urban Renewal Area
  • Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
  • Saving Green
  • Interactive READY Booth
SS4: Open Spaces, Natural Areas & Wetland Protection
  • South Corvallis Urban Renewal Area
SS5: Agricultural Lands & Food Security
  • Food & Beverage Cluster
SS6: Renewable Energy
  • City of Corvallis Community Shared Solar Project
  • South Corvallis Urban Renewal Area
  • Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
  • Corvallis Community Shared Solar
  • Saving Green
SS7: Green & Sustainable University
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SS8: Community Safety
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LT1: Equitable, Accessible Health Care & Education
  • Community Health Care & Human Services Partnerships to Benefit Youth and Families
  • Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance
LT2: Education & Diversity
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
LT3: Pathways for Student Achievement
  • T3: Training Teens for Tomorrow
LT4: Opportunities for Teaching & Learning
  • Healthy Foods & Nutrition
LT5: Culture of Learning, Engagement & Achievement
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LT6: Access to Healthy Lifestyles
  • Atheltics at the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis
  • Community Healthcare and Human Services Partnerships to Benefit Youth & Families
  • Healthy Foods & Nutrition
  • Cook for Cancer
LT7: Access to Healthcare Services
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LT8: Community Partnership for Human Services
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IP1: Family & Living Wage Jobs
  • Implementing RAIN’s Venture Catalyst Model
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
IP2: Nurturing Small-to-Medium Sized Businesses
  • Implementing RAIN’s Venture Catalyst Model
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
  • Innovate Corvallis
  • Food & Beverage Cluster Strategy
  • Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail
  • Saving Green
IP3: Recruitment of New Companies & Job Creation
  • Food & Beverage Cluster Strategy
IP4: Innovative Tech Businesses & Start-Ups
  • Implementing RAIN’s Venture Catalyst Model
IP5: Vibrant Downtown with Employment, Retail and Housing
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IP6: Balanced Economic Growth & Livability
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
  • Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
  • Food & Beverage Cluster Strategy
  • Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail
  • Saving Green
IP7: Global Economic Impacts & Local Benefits
  • Implementing RAIN’s Venture Catalyst Model
CC1: Community Support for the Arts & Artisans
  • ARTScend Marys Peak
CC2: Variety of Arts & Entertainment Venues
  • Space Study: Venues and Housing for a Creative Community
CC3: Accessibility of Arts
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CC4: Creative Destination
  • Innovate Corvallis
CC5: Tourism & Visitors Attractions
  • Space Study: Venues and Housing for a Creative Community
  • Food & Beverage Cluster Strategy’
  • Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail
CC6: Celebrating Our History & Culture
  • ARTScend Marys Peak 
  • Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail
CC7: Natural Surroundings
  • ARTScend Marys Peak
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
PC1: Mixed Use Development
  • Food & Beverage Cluster Strategy
  • Healthy, Prosperous and Inclusive South Town
  • Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
PC2: Integrated Parks, Green Spaces & Public Places
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
PC3: Diverse & Affordable Housing
  • Healthy, Prosperous and Inclusive South Town
  • Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
PC4: Stable, Healthy Neighborhoods
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
PC5: Alternate Transportation & Public Transit
  • South Corvallis Redevelopment Area
PC6: Coordinated City & University Planning
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PC6: Well-Planned & Maintained Infrastructure
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