The Community Indicators Consortium advances and supports the development, availability and effective use of community indicators for making measurable and sustainable improvements
in quality of community life.
Back in February 2018: Better Know a
Community Indicators Project
Coffee-Break Webinar Series
We are excited to share our new website! Please explore and share your feedback
Did you miss the 2017 Impact Summit in St. Petersburg, FL (USA) ?
Check out the highlights
CIC's members include individuals and organizations working at all scales, from local and regional to state, national and international-- to promote informed decision-making about community priorities.
Patria de Lancer Julnes, PhD, Penn State Harrisburg, School of Public Affairs Cheryle Broom, King County Auditor (Retired) Soyoung Park, DPA, Korea Public Finance Information Service The Community Indicators Consortium (CIC) [...]
The U.S. Census Bureau released a data visualization tool powered by the new 2012-2016 ACS 5-year estimates. You can explore selected statistics for all states, counties, and the District of Columbia. It provides at a [...]
Azavea is sharing this offer for nonprofit organizations. Please see the info below for details about the Spatial Data Analysis Services Grants available through our Summer of Maps program. Summer of Maps is a fellowship [...]
2017 Impact Award: The Spartanburg Indicator Project The Impact Award recognizes indicator projects that demonstrate the power of indicators to drive positive community change. Winning projects use data to analyze, communicate community conditions, and [...]