Lincoln Vital Signs
|Year Project Began:||2014|
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|Last Updated:||Sep 23 2021|
Lincoln, Nebraska (US)
State / Province:
University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
Type of Organization:
Geographic ScopeNeighborhood, Municipality
Issue AreasChildren & Youth, Demography, Economy, Education, Employment, Health & Wellbeing, Housing, Poverty, Public Safety, Food
Since 2014, Lincoln Vital Signs, authored by the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, has been a community-wide data resource. The 2019 Lincoln Vital Signs report is sponsored by Lincoln’s and Nebraska’s largest public and private charitable organizations. Lincoln Vital Signs 2019 continues the tradition of providing credible, reliable information about Lincoln, compared to its recent past and to other communities in the United States. Data from the report are used by organizations and individuals to inform decisions, spark connections, and spur collaboration. You can view the report, along with new interactive graphs, at lincolnvitalsigns.org. Lincoln Vital Signs presents data in chapters covering: Community Profile, Economy & Workforce, Basic Needs, Education, Health, and Safety & Security.
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Indicator DomainsCommunity Profile - Economy & Workforce - Basic Needs - Education - Health - Safety & Security
Reporting FormatAnnual Report, Online Dashboard
Other PartnersCity County, Library, Community Foundation, College/University Public Health Dept.
- Educational Organization