Projects

Since 1994, Valley Vision has driven transformative change for Northern California. Our contributions improve quality of life by building strong communities, a healthy environment, and economic vibrancy. Check out our work—which today spans 16 Northern California counties—and see how we are working across industry sectors, political geographies and social boundaries to make our communities the most livable in the nation.

BROADBAND

We live in a digital age, where it is critical that all members of the community have access to the Internet. Broadband infrastructure is necessary for access to information for education, healthcare, government, public safety, …

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AGPLUS

AgPlus, also called the Central Valley AgPlus Food and Beverage Manufacturing Consortium, was granted an Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) Designation by the U.S. Economic Development Administration in July 2015, one of just 24 …

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AGTECH PILOT

Agricultural has become increasingly reliant on technology for water and energy conservation, reduction of chemical inputs, and increased productivity. Most of this technology requires Internet access, yet many rural areas do not have access to …

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CAPITAL REGION WORKFORCE ACTION PLAN

A region-wide economic analysis conducted in 2012 turned attention to six promising business clusters that the Sacramento region could tap for job creation and growth opportunity. Advanced Manufacturing, Education and Knowledge Creation, Clean Energy Technology, Information and …

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CLEANER AIR PARTNERSHIP

The Cleaner Air Partnership (CAP) is a unique collaboration between Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails, the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Valley Vision. The three organizations team up to improve the Sacramento region’s air quality with a geographic …

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COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENTS

Nonprofit hospitals in California are required by state and federal law to conduct community health needs assessments (CHNAs) every three years and to use the results to develop implementation plans to improve community health. CHNAs …

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EPIC TRAIL

The Sacramento region possesses remarkable natural and man-made recreational assets spanning from the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range to the foothills and the valley floor, all dotted with forests, lakes, rivers and streams.  Athletes and fitness …

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FOOD & AG WORKFORCE PATHWAYS

In order for the Sacramento region to remain competitive in global markets, we must ensure next generation career pathways exist for middle skills jobs. This means meeting the highest priority workforce needs of employers and …

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GREEN COMMUNITIES

Governor Jerry Brown set a statewide goal of doubling the energy efficiency of existing buildings and procuring 50 percent of California’s electricity from renewable sources by 2030.  Local governments have been tasked with fulfilling the …

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