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Community Needs Assessment: Getting Started

Elected officials, staff and volunteer leaders must often identify community needs in order to develop strategies and action plans to support sustainable communities. One effective method for identifying problems, challenges and needs is conducting a Community Needs Assessment Survey. This Guidebook provides a menu of potential survey content. 

SEDA Members may download the guidebook free from Economic Development Online - access the Subscribers Only link here or email the SEDA office at seda@seda.sk.ca to request an electronic copy. Non-Members may purchase the guidebook for $9.95 HERE.


Community Resource Mapping: Getting Started

Community resource mapping is not a new strategy or process. It has been in use for many years in varying forms. Community resource mapping is sometimes referred to as asset mapping or environmental scanning. This Guidebook provides basics on how to get started and sample resource inventories.

SEDA Members may download the guidebook free from Economic Development Online - access the Subscribers Only link here or email the SEDA office at seda@seda.sk.ca to request an electronic copy. Non-Members may purchase the guidebook for $9.95 HERE.

 


2015 Survey of Community and Economic Development Organizations

SEDA continues to support and promote economic and  community development as a profession. As such, an annual  survey of Community and Economic Development Organizations is undertaken  to monitor market changes in professional compensation and key organizational characteristics.  

The 2015 Research Report is available free of charge to SEDA members. Please email the SEDA office at seda@seda.sk.ca for an electronic copy of the report.

Non-Members may purchase the report for $29.95 HERE.

 


2015 Business Threshold Analysis for Rural Areas and Small Urban Centres 
The analysis looks at the number of businesses in a community or region and calculates how that number compares with other communities or regions in Saskatchewan.
Non-Members may purchase the report for $19.95 CAD HERE