Sustainable Thurston Report Card
Is the Thurston Region becoming more sustainable?
The Sustainable Thurston Report Card is a data-driven approach to track the Thurston Region's progress towards meeting the goals of the Sustainable Thurston planning process, including 8 of the priority goals and targets set for 2035. The Report Card builds on the previous work of the Regional Benchmarks for Thurston County report which tracked the region's progress towards meeting the the goals of the 1990 Growth Management Act. 30 measures are grouped into 6 categories below. 

Community

 

The Community section looks at the strength of our communities, including neighborhoods, urban areas, rural lands, and resource lands.  Read about the 8 measures of a sustainable community...

Economy


The Economy section looks at whether the region is growing in a way that supports all residents.  Read about the 4 measures of a sustainable economy...

Opportunities & Choices



The Opportunities & Choices section looks at whether the region is promoting a healthy and resilient community for all residents.  Read about the 5 measures of a healthy community...

Investment



The Investment section looks at whether the region is making efficient use of its infrastructure and public investments.  Read about the 3 measure of sustainable use of our investments...

Environment



The Environment section looks at whether the region is protecting and improving its natural resource assets.
Read about the 6 measures of a sustainable natural environment...

Transportation



The Transporation section looks at whether the region's transportation network supports the safe and healthy movement of people and products.  Read about the 5 measures of a safe and efficient transportation network...