Dispelling the Myths About Regional
Cooperation
www.rvarc.org
THE 2013 REGIONAL REPORT CARD
2013 NADO Annual Training Conf...
WHY DO A REGIONAL REPORT CARD?
www.rvarc.org
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
The Roanoke
Regional Partnership
has helped create
more than 13,482
...
EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENT
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
The landscape of
many types of
industries is
changing. STEM
pro...
GENERAL GOVERNMENT AND LIBRARIES
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
Composed of over 50
local public, private,
and nonprofit...
PARKS AND REC AND PUBLIC SAFETY
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
“The sharing of
intelligence,
resources, and best
practic...
PUBLIC WORKS AND SOCIAL SERVICES
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
By sharing
multiple water
sources, member
jurisdictions ...
TRANSPORTATION
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
Program serves 3
regional PDC’s
1. Roanoke Valley
Alleghany Regional
Commi...
WHAT WERE THE RESPONSES?
www.rvarc.org
Cooperative Impact
• Local Governments
and organizations
embrace a new
platform for...
Wayne Strickland
Executive Director
wstrickland@rvarc.org
Ph 540.343.4417
THANK YOU
www.rvarc.org
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  1. 1. Dispelling the Myths About Regional Cooperation www.rvarc.org THE 2013 REGIONAL REPORT CARD 2013 NADO Annual Training Conference San Francisco, CA Wayne Strickland Executive Director Roanoke-Valley Alleghany Regional Commission
  2. 2. WHY DO A REGIONAL REPORT CARD? www.rvarc.org
  3. 3. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact The Roanoke Regional Partnership has helped create more than 13,482 direct new jobs and over $1.3 billion in new investment throughout the region.
  4. 4. EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENT www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact The landscape of many types of industries is changing. STEM programs at RVGS and others work in partnership with the region’s employers to better prepare our regional workforce for the jobs that are available.
  5. 5. GENERAL GOVERNMENT AND LIBRARIES www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact Composed of over 50 local public, private, and nonprofit organizations the Partnership is seeking to create a comprehensive vision for the region, as well as creating a model for inter- organizational cooperation in the Roanoke Valley to address issues of mutual concern.
  6. 6. PARKS AND REC AND PUBLIC SAFETY www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact “The sharing of intelligence, resources, and best practices has enabled us to better meet our daily objective: Protect the life, property, and civil liberties for all people in a fair and equitable manner.” Chief Perkins- RCPD
  7. 7. PUBLIC WORKS AND SOCIAL SERVICES www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact By sharing multiple water sources, member jurisdictions have better drought protection and emergency backup in addition are better positioned to address new mandates such as stormwater management.
  8. 8. TRANSPORTATION www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact Program serves 3 regional PDC’s 1. Roanoke Valley Alleghany Regional Commission 2. New River Valley Planning District 3. Region 2000 * Total of 35 local governments represented * Service over 5,400 sq mi in SW VA
  9. 9. WHAT WERE THE RESPONSES? www.rvarc.org Cooperative Impact • Local Governments and organizations embrace a new platform for promoting their collaborative activities • Public attitudes about regional cooperation improve • New venues for cooperative activities expand: Mayors and Chairs CAO Meetings Regional Leadership Trip Regional Legislative Meeting
  10. 10. Wayne Strickland Executive Director wstrickland@rvarc.org Ph 540.343.4417 THANK YOU www.rvarc.org

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