DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES
Public-private partnerships involve collaboration between a government agency and (one or more) private-sector companies
Placemaking is a common theme we found in many jurisdiction’s economic development elements, as it bridges policy and actual neighborhood design.
A business improvement district (or BIDs) is a defined area within which businesses are required to pay an additional tax in order to fund projects within the district's boundaries.
PPPs can be used to finance, build, and operate projects, such as; public transportation networks, parks, large developments, and governmental services that are understaffed.
SpaceX’s Starlink micro satellite network provides broadband coverage for areas where running wires is not economically feasible.
Driverless cars may increase the number of tourists to Trinity County since the burden of driving from Southern California, the Bay Area, the California Coast and Oregon would be less daunting.
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...to serve the current and future Residents of Trinity County
Below is an overview video of this Trinity County Economics website
and of the research contained herein.
With the right set of tools, communities can effectively and efficiently design systems and weave innovative policies
into the fabric of their neighborhoods and into the foundation of their decision making processes to create a Hometown Advantage and strong local economy.
We did the homework already, through our
research on economic development polices throughout 24 Jurisdictions in California, Oregon and Washington. We saved all of the original policy language for your review. Many of the ideas highlighted in this research were used as inspiration for Trinity County ............
Trinity County has a unique opportunity to leverage their key economic engine, Natural Capital, which is in abundance. From leveraging Natural Capital to increase tourism to advancing artisans and
sustaining mining and harvesting efforts,
The local economy is ripe for growth!
By participating in our survey you have the opportunity to directly impacting the future of economic development in Trinity County. Whether you are a business owner, developer or a resident your personal insight is important to us.
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