Economic Recovery and Resilience
Baseline Economic Resilience
This report uses the University of Oregon’s 8 Questions for Understanding Resilience to conduct data analyses for each county.
The report is meant to understand Central Oregon’s baseline economic resilience and incorporate the findings into the region’s CEDS. The assessment findings will help prioritize CEDS projects and guide resource allocation.
COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan
Relying on the outcomes of the Needs Assessment, data indicators from the Oregon Employment Department, and the input of the Stakeholder Recovery Team, COIC published a recovery plan with eight high priority recovery strategies.
The plan is meant to be a shared document with shared strategies. It will act as a guide for recovery priorities and collective action.
Appendix A: Full Strategy Details
COVID-19 Economic NEEDS ASSESSMENT
COIC worked in partnership with the University of Oregon’s Institute for Policy Research and Engagement (IPRE) and the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to conduct a regional COVID-19 Economic Needs Assessment.
The top eight needs revealed from stakeholder and community member interviews are detailed below. Each high-need area provides an overview of the COVID-19 Impacts, the Key Industry Needs, and Opportunities or Best Practices for action.
To view the complete assessment, including key themes of the pandemic and recommendations, please click on the pdf document to the right.
For more information on the Recovery and Resilience projects, contact:
Scott Aycock, Community and Economic Development Manager
(541) 548-9523 | Email
Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC)
1250 NE Bear Creek Rd.
Bend, OR 97701