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Better Outreach for Better Planning: Steed

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This presentation was delivered at NADO's 2018 Annual Training Conference, held in Charlotte, NC on October 13-16. For more information, visit: https://www.nado.org/events/2018-annual-training-conference/

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Better Outreach for Better Planning: Steed

  1. 1. Not Doing the Same Thing CEDS Engagement Central Florida Regional Planning Council Economic Development District Pat Steed Executive Director
  2. 2. CFRPC’s CEDS Out with the Old • Traditional document • 148 pages • 62 Figures • 55 Tables • Thorough! • Read by few In with the New • Graphics oriented document • 20 pages (including covers) • 53 page online searchable Data Document • Relevant! • Read by many
  3. 3. COMPREHENSIVE Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) 2017 Economic Development District serving DeSoto • Hardee Highlands Okeechobee • Polk
  4. 4. Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy • An ongoing planning process • Requires participation and input from both the public and private sectors, along with the communities of a region; Guided by CEDS Committee • Designed to guide economic growth by fostering a more stable and diversified economy • Assist in the creation of jobs, and thereby improve the quality of life Background and Key Regional Issues Goals and Objectives Target Industry Clusters Opportunity and Investment Areas Data Document
  5. 5. Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy • Analyzes regional economy & guides regional goals & objectives. • Creates a road map to economic diversity through private sector investment and job creation. • Serves as vehicle to justify and draw down federal funds. Background and Key Regional Issues Goals and Objectives Target Industry Clusters Opportunity and Investment Areas Data Document
  6. 6. Background And Key Regional Issues The CEDS is developed in alignment with regional and state principles, primarily guided by: • Heartland 2060: Building a Resilient Region • The Florida Chamber’s Six Pillars • The Florida Chamber’s Florida 2030 Project • Florida’s Strategic Plan For Development
  7. 7. Goals and Objectives The goals and objectives of the CEDS were developed by using the foundations: • Heartland 2060 • State Strategic Plan for Economic Development • The Florida Chamber’s Florida 2030 • The Six Pillars of Florida’s Future Economy
  8. 8. Background And Key Regional Issues 852,104 2016 Estimated Regional Population
  9. 9. Background And Key Regional Issues
  10. 10. Background And Key Regional Issues 52.6% said the affordability of housing was a weakness, and getting worse
  11. 11. Background And Key Regional Issues 9,031 new jobs are needed in the Heartland of Florida by 2030
  12. 12. Background And Key Regional Issues Current Land Uses
  13. 13. Background And Key Regional Issues Economic Resiliency Disruptions in our Economy • Storm damage creates a loss of infrastructure and housing or prevents businesses from operating • Industry disruptions, such as citrus diseases • When top employers are unable to recruit skilled workers, industry clusters are disrupted Principles Crucial to Economic Resilience • Diversifying the economy with traditional and emerging industries • Adopting post disaster recovery plans and flexible regulations • Ensuring a continuously trained workforce
  14. 14. Target Industry Clusters
  15. 15. Opportunity and Investment Areas Compatible with the Goals and Objectives of the CEDs Expected to have a Regional on Employment and Economy Align with Target Industry
  16. 16. Opportunity and Investment Areas
  17. 17. Partnership for Engagement Before: • SWOT Analysis with CEDS Committee: S-Strength W-Weakness O-Opportunities T-Threats This time: • SWOT like Analysis with every county! • Partners: CFRPC and Florida Chamber Foundation
  18. 18. Each County had: • 10 to 50 attendees • Included: • Economic development organizations • Local Chambers of Commerce • K-12, Higher Ed, Work force • Business owners • Corporate representatives • Non-profits • Etc.
  19. 19. 8% SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030 92% Are you… 1. Optimistic about Florida’s Future 2. Pessimistic about Florida’s future
  20. 20. 0% SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030 36% 64% 0% How many jobs disappear by 2030? 1) 20% 2) 35% 3) 50% 4) 75% Disruptions
  21. 21. Disruptions How many jobs disappear or change by 2030? SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030 50% ½ of FLs 9.8 million jobs impacted…or more
  22. 22. When you think about the future, is YOUR community & region positioned for… 2 77% SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030 1 23% global competition & economic diversification prosperity & high wage jobs of tomorrow vibrant and sustainable communities 1) Yes 2) No
  23. 23. 47% 40% 13% Talent Pipeline 1. Strength & Improving 0% 2. Strength but Weakening 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  24. 24. 29% 57% 14% Transportation 1. Strength & Improving 0% 2. Strength but Weakening 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  25. 25. 15% 77% 8% Economic Development 1. Strength & Improving 2. Strength but Weakening 0% 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  26. 26. 17% 50% 17% 17% Business Climate: Regulations 1. Strength & Improving 2. Strength but Weakening 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  27. 27. 36% 55% 9% Quality of Life: Economic Prosperity 1. Strength & Improving 2. Strength but Weakening 0% 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  28. 28. 10% 30% 10% 50% Arts, Culture, Heritage, Sense of Place 1. Strength & Improving 2. Strength but Weakening 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  29. 29. 38% 38% 25% Affordability of Housing 1. Strength & Improving 0% 2. Strength but Weakening 3. Weakness but Improving 4. Weakness & Getting Worse SECURING FL ORID A’S FUTURE FL2030@FLCHAMBER.COM #FL2030
  30. 30. cfrpc.org Shannon McPherson CFRPC Program Director 863-534-7130, ext 132

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