The Community Agenda initiative is a
community engagement process to examine data and
establish priorities to improve local health and
human services in Flagler and Volusia Counties,
Florida. The earliest phase of the project
began in 2004 by convening a meeting of key
representatives from 26 community groups. The
effort expanded in 2005 to include hundreds of
community organizations and individuals and
formation of a
of leaders from health and human services. The
culmination of those efforts was the first
publication of the Community Agenda Snapshot
in May of 2006.
Since that time, the data report has been
published annually. The process continues to
rely on community participation forfinancial supporters,
leadership and particularly for identifying and
prioritizing additional data indicators.
Data collection and review is an ongoing process
with updates placed online in a timely manner.
It is in the spirit of community improvement
that the 2018 Snapshot
report is now available online. Placement
on this web site provides access for all
Community Agenda Snapshot Report Utilization
If you are using the Community
Agenda Snapshot in your organization’s
planning or service delivery, we want to hear
from you! Please click
here for details.