Welcome to the Spartanburg Community Indicators Project website. Find all the data and information you need here. On the left hand side find data under any of our six focus areas. At the top of the page there are links to information about our project, about Spartanburg, resources such as our publications, ways to get involved and the section where we spotlight the community.
The Spartanburg Community Indicators Project is a collaboration of The Spartanburg County Foundation, United Way of the Piedmont, Spartanburg County Government, and The University of South Carolina Upstate. It reports on progress of key issues that are the clearest indicators of quality of life in the County of Spartanburg, South Carolina. Its goal is to report on data and community initiatives to inspire dialogue and strategy that leads to change within the community.
April 15, 2013 -New 2013 - 2018 Strategic Plan Summary
March 15, 2013 - The Spartanburg Community Indicators Project is seeking a Director to lead and manage all activities associated with the project under the direction of the Community Indicators Cabinet. Please send your resume with cover letter and salary expectations to Project Director, 424 E. Kennedy Street, Spartanburg, SC 29302. No phone calls please.
Read the position description for the Director of The Spartanburg County Indicators Project
October 8, 2012 - New civic health data is available. Download the full civic health report.
March 15, 2012 - New natural environment data is available. Download the full natural environment report. Download the natural environment dashboard. Stay tuned! Planning is underway for a Natural Environment convening.
October 27, 2011 - Last night over 75 people attended an event to learn about the status of health in Spartanburg County. Download the latest dashboard or the full report from our website. The presentation can be viewed below.
March 4, 2011 - A week ago over 60 people attended one of our forums on education. If you were unable to attend, click through the Power Point below. There was a lot of meaningful dialogue after the presentation. Some of it is captured on our Facebook page under the "Discussions" section. Feel free to add your comments there.