Past Projects

Valley Vision has created, managed or led hundreds of regional initiatives to improve economic, social and environmental well-being for the people and communities we serve. While the projects captured here are no longer active, we believe that today’s opportunities are built on yesterday’s successes.

We invite you to browse our Past Projects library for a glimpse of the breadth and depth of our legacy of work.

BROADBAND AS A GREEN STRATEGY

What is the goal? Identify best practices where applications using broadband (high-speed access to the Internet) helps achieve environmental and economic goals. Why is this important? The State of California has set ambitious environmental goals. …

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CAP-AND-TRADE REGIONAL ANALYSIS

Measures to reduce air pollution and improve the state’s air quality are critically important as California’s population rate continues to grow. The State of California invested more than $870 million in Greenhouse Gas Reduction Funds …

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CAREER GPS

What is the goal? To provide an easy-to-use website that provide individuals and organizations with one central location to find current, detailed information about which jobs are in high demand in the Sacramento region, how much …

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CIVIC AMENITIES

What is the goal? To map all of the museums, art galleries, stadiums, bike trails, parks, and other civic spaces in the six county area, then hold community forums that invite the public’s vote on …

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COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2010

What is the goal? Valley Vision conducted the 2010 community health needs assessment on the behalf of the region’s nonprofit healthcare systems including Dignity Health, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Health, and UC Davis Medical Center. The …

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COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENTS 2013

What is the goal? Community Health Needs Assessments involve measuring and understanding the health status of populations, paying close attention to the most vulnerable community members. These assessments are conducted so that nonprofit hospitals can …

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