Comprehensive Land Use and Regional Growth Projects
Regional Comprehensive Plan Performance Monitoring
2012-2013 Biennial Performance Monitoring Report
The 2012-2013 RCP Performance Monitoring Report was accepted by the SANDAG Board of Directors on September 26, 2014.
2010-2011 Biennial Performance Monitoring Report
Chapter 8 of the Regional Comprehensive Plan (RCP) describes using performance indicators as a tool to track our progress in implementing the plan. Many of the strategies and actions recommended in the RCP will take years to develop and fund. Therefore, it is important to have a consistent and valid set of indicators that can reflect the sometimes subtle changes that occur over the long run. Future performance monitoring reports on these indicators will be used to assess the degree to which RCP implementation is influencing the quality of life in the region.
The RCP Baseline Report for Performance Monitoring establishes a benchmark for future monitoring. The Baseline Report discusses the significance of each indicator and identifies targets for certain indicators. Initial analysis of the data collected and a discussion of work efforts underway that may influence performance over time also are included in the Baseline Report.
The Baseline report was accepted by the SANDAG Board of Directors on October 27, 2006. SANDAG compiled annual reports from 2007 to 2009. The Board approved a new biennial reporting schedule in 2010, and accepted the first Biennial RCP Monitoring Report on July 27, 2012.
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