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Yampa Valley Data Partners is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that relies on community funding to further its mission of data for decision making and community collaboration in the Yampa Valley. All gifts are tax-deductible and ensure the vital continuity of strengthening our community through data and collaboration. Partner with us today!
Yampa Valley Data Partners is a regional non-profit organization of Routt and Moffat counties that provides community information in the form of Community Indicator Reports and regional summits. Yampa Valley Data Partners facilitates community discussions and regional forums based on indicator data and issues critical to the community.
Yampa Valley Data Partners will support healthy communities in Routt and Moffat counties through development and analysis of community indicators, anticipating emerging regional issues and facilitating communication, cooperation and collaboration among valley communities to address these emergent challenges.
Yampa Valley Data Partners is recognized by our community and its leaders as a vital resource and partner for collaborative work among local governments, citizens, voluntary civic groups, the business community and philanthropic organizations in communicating and addressing critical issues of regional concern.Click to Contact Us
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1st Quarter 2015 Regional Economic Forecast News – Moffat, Rio Blanco & Routt countiesFebruary 24, 2015
4th Quarter 2014 Economic Forecast Newsletter – Moffat & Routt CountiesNovember 18, 2014
3rd Quarter 2014 Economic Forecast Newsletter – Moffat & Routt CountiesAugust 22, 2014
2nd Quarter 2014 Economic Forecast Newsletter – Moffat & Routt CountiesMay 16, 2014
What Clients Say
Craig City Council
“Your reports provide outstanding information on the real estate market, retail sales and the economic forecast for both Moffat and Routt counties. I want to thank YVDP for the outstanding data it has provided for the Stronger Economies Together economic development program for our region and the data presented at the Moffat County community meeting concerning the proposed new regulations on our coal-fired power plant.”
02 AugAugust 2, 2016 Employment Regionally, June unemployment for all three counties has improved since its monthly peak in 2010. Routt’s worker
09 JulJuly 9, 2016 Employment The number of employed workers in May in both Moffat and Rio Blanco decreased when compared to May 2015. Routt’s
02 JunJune 2, 2016 Employment Year-over-year April employment in Moffat is steady. Rio Blanco employment is down 54 employed workers (-2.0%), and