Performance Measure
Agency
Measure Name
Number of new jobs created through community development activities.
Measure Last Modified
Sep 09 2014 04:21
Measure Last Published
Jun 20 2017 04:26
Measure Status
Active
Data Source and Calculation
Annual reports from local governments and regional partners and grant recipients for the following programs: Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), Building Entrepreneurial Economies (BEE) and the Main Street Program.
Enterprise Priorities and Strategies
Enterprise InitiativeEnterprise PriorityEnterprise Strategy
EconomyBusiness Climate and Economic DevelopmentPromote Virginia’s competitive business climate to maintain the designation as the best state for business.
EconomyPovertyDevelop a clear and consistent anti-poverty policy.
Associated Service Areas
SA CodeSA Name
53301Community Development and Revitalization
53305Financial Assistance for Community Development
Measure ID16553301.001.001
Measure ClassAgency Key
Measure TypeOutcome
Year TypeState FY
Preferred TrendIncrease
FrequencyAnnually
Statistical UnitNumber of Jobs Created
Baseline and Targets
Target NameDateResultNote
Baseline
Short Target 201806/30/2018650
Long Target 202006/30/2020715
Measure Results
YearResultExplanatory Note
20002,680.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20012,280.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20021,224.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20033,279.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20041,545.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20051,157.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20061,589.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20071,916.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20082,237.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20091,992.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20101,680.00This measure reports on jobs created from ther following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative, and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants. Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20111,333.00This measure reports on jobs created from the following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI), and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants (CDBG). Of the total of 1,333 jobs; 174 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 858 were with the Main Street program and 301 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20121,249.00This measure reports on jobs created from the following programs: Main Street, Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI), and projects funded with federal grants through the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Community Development Block Grants (CDBG). Of the total of 1,249 jobs; 156 jobs reported were through the CDBG program; it should be noted that due to the overall economic slowdown, the number of inquiries and projects was not at the same level as prior years. 733 were with the Main Street program and 360 were with the Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) program.
20131,041.00Annual reports from local governments and regional partners and grant recipients for the following programs: Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI), Industrial Revitalization Fund (IRF), and the Main Street Program.
20141,010.00Annual reports from local governments and regional partners and grant recipients for the following programs: Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI), Industrial Revitalization Fund (IRF), and the Main Street Program.
2015821.00Annual reports from local governments and regional partners and grant recipients for the following programs: Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI), Industrial Revitalization Fund (IRF), and the Main Street Program. The federal CDBG grant has been reduced thus fewer job producing projects have been awarded over the last 2-3 years.
2016671.00Annual reports from local governments and regional partners and grant recipients for the following programs: Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI), Industrial Revitalization Fund (IRF), and the Main Street Program. The federal CDBG grant has been reduced thus fewer job producing projects have been awarded over the last 2-3 years. FY 2016 reflects a19+ reduction in the number of jobs created in FY2015. This is due to a decrease in available funding for the Building Entrepreneurial Economies program as well as a majority of our DHCD job creation resources being invested in planning efforts to increase community capacity for future economic development opportunities that will result in the creation of jobs. A majority of these programs provide funding for planning and implementation.
2017
- Run Date: 12/13/2017 01:58:36