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					                                                                                                City of Lake Oswego, Oregon
                                                                                                   Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                                     Draft - April 25, 1999


No.    Sort Topic                                          Sub-Topic                  Group   Indicator                                                                                       Source                      Notes/Comments
1       1 Community Involvement                                                        FG1    Percentage of people who attend church on a regular basis.                                      Survey
2       1 Community Involvement                                                        FG1    Number of non-profit, service clubs, voluntary associations, etc.                               Survey
                                                                                              Percentage of Lake Oswegans who belong to a non-profit service club, voluntary
3        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     associations, etc.
                                                                                              Percentage of Lake Oswegans who volunteer at least 50 hours of their time to civic,
4        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     community, or non-profit activities.

5        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswego residents who voted in last general election.                         County Elections Officers
6        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswegans who are satisfied with local government.                            Survey
7        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Number of churches in Lake Oswego.
8        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Number of members of church.
9        1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswegans who are members of churches.
10       1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Number of denominations.
11       1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Percentage of people who feel a sense in the neighborhood.

12       1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Percentage of eligible Lake Oswego voters who are registered.                                   County Elections Officers
13       1   Community Involvement                                                    FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswegans who feel they are part of their community.                          Survey
64       1   Schools                                                                  FG1     Number of eligible high school students registered.
65       1   Schools                                                                  FG1     Percentage of eligible high school students who actually vote.
285      1   Community Identity                                                       FG4     Number of Neighborhood Associations
286      1   Community Identity                                                       FG4     Number of Neighborhood Plans
14       2   Community Services                            Families                   FG1     Percentage of families below poverty line.
15       2   Community Services                            Families                   FG1     Number of households with children.
17       2   Community Services                            Adults - Education         FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswegans who have completed a baccalaureate degree.                          Survey
18       2   Community Services                            Adults - Education         FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswego adults who participate in adult education. [survey]                   Survey
19       2   Community Services                            Adults - Education         FG1     Percentage of Lake Oswegans who have completed some college.                                    Survey
                                                                                              Percentage of Lake Oswego adults who have completed an associate degree in professional
20       2   Community Services                            Adults - Education         FG1     technical education.
21       2   Community Services                            Adults - Generosity        FG1     Total amount of community dollars donated to non-school charities.
22       2   Community Services                            Adults - Generosity        FG1     Percentage of household who give over $100
23       2   Community Services                            Seniors                    FG1     Percentage of elderly living independently or with adequate support.                            ACC
24       2   Community Services                            Seniors Over 55            FG1     Number of seniors who participate in programs at the Adult Community Center.                    ACC
25       2   Community Services                            Seniors Over 55            FG1     Number of seniors who participate in the Lake Oswego School District.                           School Districts
26       2   Community Services                            Seniors Over 55            FG1     Number of seniors in Lake Oswego.                                                               Census
27       2   Community Services                            Seniors Over 55            FG1     Percentage of seniors who participate in Adult Community Center programs.                       ACC
28       2   Community Services                            Teenagers                  FG1     Percentage of teenagers who drop out of High School.                                            School Districts
29       2   Community Services                            Teenagers                  FG1     Percentage of teenagers who used alcohol in previous months.
30       2   Community Services                            Teenagers                  FG1     Percentage of teenagers who used illegal drugs in previous months.
31       2   Community Services                            Teenagers                  FG1     Teen crime rate, i.e. vandalism, etc.                                                           Polic Records
                                                                                              Percentage of teenagers who participate in civic activities, or community activities (through
32       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     church, school, or other associations/groups).
                                                                                              Number of Lake Oswego women who call services seeking shelter or assistance for domestic
33       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     abuse.
34       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of families below poverty line.
35       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of families eligible for food stamps.
36       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of children who are eligible for ADC.
38       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of single parent families.
39       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Marriage and divorce rates.
40       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of families who are multigenerational.
41       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of teenagers who own their own cars.
42       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of latchkey children.
43       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number unsupervised hours spent by latchkey children.
44       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of parents who participate in child’s’ activities.
46       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of children per household.
47       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of children in child care.
48       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Numbers of private child care facilities.

49       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Numbers of children attend before school, and or after school child care in school buildings.
50       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of children with both parents working.
51       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of non-white population.
52       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of beds in foster care, assisted living, and nursery homes.
53       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Number of seniors living by themselves.
54       2   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Teen pregnancy rate.
68       2   Schools                                                                  FG1     Amount of yearly Lake Oswego School District Foundation contributions.
69       2   Schools                                                                  FG1     Amount of Parent Club donations per year.                                                                                   See Footnotes


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                                                                                                City of Lake Oswego, Oregon
                                                                                                   Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                                     Draft - April 25, 1999


No.    Sort   Topic                                        Sub-Topic                  Group   Indicator                                                                                           Source                    Notes/Comments
55      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Percentages of total student population eligible for free and reduced lunch.
56      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Graduation rates.                                                                                   School Districts
57      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Percentage of students who attend post secondary education institutions.                            School Districts
58      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Number of computers/student.
59      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Student – teacher ratio.
60      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Test score analysis                                                                                 School Districts
61      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Percentage of teenagers who participate in sport extra curriculum activities.
62      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Percentage of teenagers who participate in non-sport extra curriculum activities.
63      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Participation lacks in school to work partnership program.
66      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Number of students.
67      3     Schools                                                                  FG1    Number of computers/student.
265     3     Housing and Residential Development          Schools                     FG4    Number of children per classroom                                                                    LOSD
266     3     Housing and Residential Development          Schools                     FG4    Percentage of children which walk to school                                                         Survey
267     3     Housing and Residential Development          Schools                     FG4    Number of boundary changes due to increased residential density                                     LOSD
70      4     Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation        FG2    Measure the “urban heat island effect”                                                                                        See Footnotes
71      4     Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation        FG2    Percentage of impervious surface area per drainage basin                                                                      See Footnotes
                                                                                              #of volunteer hours spent on open space preservation efforts that are overseen by the City
72       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     (boy scout projects, etc)                                                                           Buiding Dept Records
73       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of tree removal permits issued                                                                    Planning Dept Records
74       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of trees in the heritage tree program
75       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of trees in parking lots.                                                                         Proposed tree inventory
76       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of street trees per linear feet.                                                                  Proposed tree inventory
77       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     Percentage of street trees in good condition.                                                       Proposed tree inventory
78       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of trees in public spaces.                                                                        Proposed tree inventory
                                                                                              Percentage of designated tree groves in RC Districts that are preserved above the required
79       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     50% minimum protection area
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Aerial/Satellite
80       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     Area of tree canopy city wide.                                                                      photography - METRO
81       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of erosion control plans reviewed / per total number of building permits issued.                  Buiding Dept Records
82       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     # of erosion control violations resulting in issuance of “notice of civil infraction”               City records
83       4    Environment                                  Trees and Vegetation       FG2     Percent of land protected by environmental overlay zones.                                           City records
84       4    Environment                                  Streams                    FG2     Percent of land protected by environmental overlay zones.                                           City records
85       4    Environment                                  Streams                    FG2     # of resource enhancement applications approved [city records]                                      City records
                                                                                              Percent of residents that are aware that runoff from driveways and lawns eventually reaches
86       4    Environment                                  Streams                    FG2     streams, and the effect this has on the health of the streams.                                      Survey

                                                                                              # of educational programs (in schools, earth day activities, etc) and efforts (published articles
87       4    Environment                                  Streams                    FG2     in local newspaper and city newsletter, signage) that inform public about stream health
88       4    Environment                                  Wetlands                   FG2     # of resource enhancement applications approved
                                                                                              Percentage of- total wetland acres protected by environmental overlay zones verses total
89       4    Environment                                  Wetlands                   FG2     acreage of known wetlands
90       4    Environment                                  Floodplains/Steep Slopes   FG2     # of flood plain disturbances requiring permit review
91       4    Environment                                  Floodplains/Steep Slopes   FG2     # of hillside (greater than 50%) disturbances requiring permit review
92       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     Total City owned acres managed as natural areas.                                                                              This provides wildlife habitat.
93       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     # of nuisance plant removal programs (such as ivy and blackberries).
                                                                                              Habitat quality (increase in fish populations such as cutthroat trout in Springbrook Stream /
94       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     bird count)                                                                                         ODFW and Audubon
95       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     Native / nonnative vegetation ratio of City open spaces managed as natural areas
96       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     Biodiversity (# of plant species in selected areas, such as George Rogers Park )
97       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     Fish: diversity of species
98       4    Environment                                  Wildlife/Vegatation        FG2     Wildlife: diversity of species
188      4     Infrastructure                              Storm Water Management     FG3     The percent of impervious (paved) surface in Lake Oswego.                                                                     See Footnotes
207      4     Infrastructure                              Transportation             FG3     The amount/percentage of tree canopy coverage in Lake Oswego.                                       See Footnotes
208      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     -Levels of sediments,                                                                                                         See Footnotes
209      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     - Excessive nutrients such as phosphorus,                                                                                     See Footnotes
210      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     -Fecal coliform bacteria,                                                                                                     See Footnotes
211      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     -Copper and other metals,                                                                                                     See Footnotes
212      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     -Household and industrial chemicals,                                                                                          See Footnotes
213      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     The water quality of Oswego Lake.                                                                   Oswego Lake Corp
                                                                                              The acreage of stream corridors, wetlands and their associated buffers protected by Lake
214      4     Infrastructure                              Surface Water Quality      FG3     Oswego’s Sensitive Lands Program.                                                                   LO Planning Dept.
246      4    Housing and Residential Development          Environmental              FG4     Surface water quality of streams and storm drain output.                                            LO NRAB
                                                                                                                                                                                                  DEQ/CLO/Clackamas
247      4    Housing and Residential Development          Environmental              FG4     Number of environmental complaints by Lake Oswego residents.                                        County Health Dept
248      4    Housing and Residential Development          Environmental              FG4     Average noise levels in neighborhoods


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                                                                                                        City of Lake Oswego, Oregon
                                                                                                           Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                                             Draft - April 25, 1999


No.    Sort   Topic                                         Sub-Topic                         Group   Indicator                                                                                   Source                  Notes/Comments
249     4     Housing and Residential Development           Environmental                      FG4    Percentage of skyline and canopy trees removed per year                                     LO NRAB
250     4     Housing and Residential Development           Environmental                      FG4    Percentage of wildlife habitat lost/gained per year                                         LO NRAB
251     4     Housing and Residential Development           Environmental                      FG4    Number of identified hazards to threatened and endangered species                           LO NRAB
99      5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2    # of participants in recreation programs
100     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2    Percent of participants per age group (children / adult / senior)
101     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2    Percent of residents using programs in relation to total # of registered users
102     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2    Percent of non-residents using programs in relation to total # of registered users
103     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2    Percent of residents using city parks twice a month or greater
104     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2     # of specialized parks or use areas
105     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2     # of city parks and facilities
106     5     Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                 FG2    # of recreation programs

107      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                FG2     # of parks with pathway connections and that are in ADA compliance,
108      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                FG2     Percentage of time that city parks are used by city programs annually
109      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Usage and Programs                FG2     Percentage of time that city parks are used by private sports organizations
111      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Monetary                          FG2     Total funds given out for open space enhancement projects
112      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Monetary                          FG2     Parks and Rec. Department operating budget per capita
                                                                                                       Percent of city budget spent on parks development, improvements, and programs (excluding
113      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Monetary                          FG2     land acquisition)
114      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2     Total amount of open space acquired per year
115      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2     Acres of open space per 1,000 people
116      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2      Total acres of city parks per 1,000
117      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2     Acres of developed parks per 1,000 residents
118      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2     Acres of open space and undeveloped parks per 1,000 residents
119      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2     Percent of residents within ½ mile of park
120      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Access and Availability           FG2     Availability (ease of reserving starting times/tee times/court times)                       Survey
121      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Community Satisfaction            FG2     Percent of neighborhood residents rating overall parks quality as good or very good
122      5    Parks/Recreation & Open Space                 Community Satisfaction            FG2     Percent of neighborhood residents rating overall parks programs as good/very good
252      5    Housing and Residential Development           Open Space                        FG4     Number of public/private acres per capita in Parks                                          LO Planning Dept.
253      5    Housing and Residential Development           Open Space                        FG4     Number of public acres per capita in Neighborhood Parks                                     LO Planning Dept.
254      5    Housing and Residential Development           Open Space                        FG4     Number of public/private acres per capita of open space
284      5    Community Identity                                                              FG4     Number of Lake easements and members                                                        Oswego Lake Corp
123      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     Total value of “tenant improvement” permits per year.                                       Building Dept Records
124      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     # of programs or funds available to encourage business development and improvement          City Data               Facade grants for example
125      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     Total value of commercial and industrial property
126      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     Total value of commercial and industrial building permits issued
127      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     # of new business licenses issues per year
128      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     # of business license renewals per year
129      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     Costs per square foot by business type [retail, office, industrial]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Example: number of dry cleaners
130      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     Breakdown of each retail area by number/type of businesses                                                          per business district.
131      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Monetary                          FG2     Total office space in City limits
132      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Opportunities                     FG2     Number of underutilized parcels
133      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Opportunities                     FG2     Total acres of underutilized land zoned commercial
134      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Opportunities                     FG2     Total acres of underutilized land zoned industrial
135      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Opportunities                     FG2     Vacancy rates for commercial lands and for industrial lands
136      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Opportunities                     FG2     Total commercial/retail square footage in LO [by type: retail, office, industry, etc.]
137      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     Breakdown of retail, office, industrial businesses in LO by specific category
138      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     # of residential units within 1 mile of grocery store
139      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     # of residential units within 1 mile of frequent personal services                                                  See Footnotes
140      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     # of residential units within 1 mile of general retail goods and services                                           See Footnotes
141      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     Ratio of total Comm./Indus. Parcels to total residential parcels in LO
142      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     Ratio of the total acres of Comm./Indus. land per acres of residential land

143      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     The number of locally-created businesses; the number of regional/national chain businesses. Chamber of Commerce
144      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     The number of new business openings in the community.                                       City permits issued
145      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     The number of business closings in the community
146      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Cost per square foot of commercial and industrial space
147      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Ratio of each variety of business to the total number of businesses in LO
148      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Breakdown of each retail area by number/type of businesses
149      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance   Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Are commercial areas pedestrian friendly.                                                   Survey
                                                                                                      Pedestrian traffic (number of pedestrians that pass a given point within an hour, measured
150      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     every six months)
151      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     Total score of business linkages-                                                                                   See Footnote
152      6    Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs     FG2     # of centralized public parking lots


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                                                                                                     City of Lake Oswego, Oregon
                                                                                                        Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                                          Draft - April 25, 1999


No.    Sort Topic                                          Sub-Topic                       Group   Indicator                                                                                        Source                      Notes/Comments
153     6 Economic Development / Retail Opportunities      Balance Services / Meet Needs    FG2    Number of awning signs [City sign inventory and permit records]
                                                                                                   Percentage of awing signs verses roof and wall signs (indicates scale) [City sign inventory
154      6   Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs   FG2     and permit records
155      6   Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Number of outdoor cafes
156      6   Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Percentage of storefront windows in each commercial district
157      6   Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs   FG2     Annual State of Business Survey reporting on the viability/status of all business in LO                                      See Footnotes
158      6   Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs   FG2     The number of business licenses; breakdown by type/size/#employees/etc.                          City Data
159      6   Economic Development / Retail Opportunities   Balance Services / Meet Needs   FG2     The number of home occupations (cottage industries) in LO.                                       City Data
160      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Rating - Receiving and handling Fire Alarms                                                                                  See Footnotes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                See Footnotes - Quantity and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                quality of fire personnel and
161      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Rating - Fire Department Adequacy.                                                                                           equipment.
162      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Rating - Water Supply                                                                                                        See Footnotes
163      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Numbers fires per capita.                                                                        LOFD
164      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Number of fire hazard inspection violations abated.                                              LOFD
165      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Total Number of public education programs delivered.                                             LOFD
166      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Total Number of people reached with safety information.                                          LOFD
167      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Percentage of Fire Department budget resources devoted to fire prevention.                       LOFD
                                                                                                   Number of Lake Oswego firefighters state certified as Emergency Medical Technicians and
                                                                                                   which meet state/federal hazardous materials equipment training regulations as first
168      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     responders
                                                                                                   The number of citizens who have completed CERT training (Community Emergency
169      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Response Teams
                                                                                                   Number of citizens reached by special emergency and life safety training programs such as
                                                                                                   CPR training, child safety seat inspections; earthquake safety training; CO leaks detector
170      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     program; and Boy and Girl Scout fire and first-aid safety programs.
                                                                                                   The percentage of City territory that can be reached by the fire department in five minutes or
171      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     less.                                                                                            LOFD
172      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     The percentage of fire alarms responded to in five minutes or less.                              LOFD

173      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     The percentage of City territory that can be reached by the police department in five minutes. LOPD
174      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Number of citizens participating in crime prevention programs.                                 LOPD
175      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Number and crashes per 1,000 population;
176      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Murder                                                                                                          See Footnotes

177      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Rape                                                                                                            See Footnotes
178      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Aggravated assault                                                                                              See Footnotes
179      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crine Rates -Robbery                                                                                                         See Footnotes
180      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Burglary                                                                                                        See Footnotes
181      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Larceny                                                                                                         See Footnotes
182      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Motor vehicle theft                                                                                             See Footnotes
183      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     Crime Rates -Arson                                                                                                           See Footnotes
184      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3      Numbers of MIP, curfew, DUII, and Simple assault;
185      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3      Officers per 1000 population – comparison by area.
                                                                                                   The percentage of reported crimes or incidents that are resolved/solved by the police
186      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3     department.                                                                                      LOPD
187      7   Public Safety                                 Police and Fire                 FG3      The percentage of police and fire personnel who are women and minorities.                       LODHR
272      7   Community Identity                                                            FG4     Number of vandalism cases reported                                                               LOPD
189      8    Infrastructure                               Water Treatment/Delivery        FG3     A report of the annual average for each of the following water contaminants                      LO Engineering Dept
190      8    Infrastructure                               Water Treatment/Delivery        FG3     The amount of emergency water storage in millions of gallons.                                    LO Engineering Dept
191      8    Infrastructure                               Water Treatment/Delivery        FG3      Total gallons consumed and consumption per capita .                                             LO Engineering Dept
                                                                                                                                                                                                    LO Engineering - Portland
192      8    Infrastructure                               Wastewater Treatment/Delivery   FG3     -levels of fecal coliform bacteria,                                                              BES                         See Footnotes
                                                                                                                                                                                                    LO Engineering - Portland
193      8    Infrastructure                               Wastewater Treatment/Delivery   FG3     -BOD (biochemical oxygen demand),                                                                BES                         See Footnotes
                                                                                                                                                                                                    LO Engineering - Portland
194      8    Infrastructure                               Wastewater Treatment/Delivery   FG3     -levels of industrial related discharge,                                                         BES                         See Footnotes
                                                                                                                                                                                                    LO Engineering - Portland
195      8    Infrastructure                               Wastewater Treatment/Delivery   FG3     -TSS, (total suspended solids) )                                                                 BES                         See Footnotes
                                                                                                   The number of days that the hydraulic capacity of the treatment plant is exceeded due to
196      8    Infrastructure                               Wastewater Treatment/Delivery   FG3     infiltration and inflow.                                                                         LO Engineering Dept

197      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation/Schools          FG3     The number of students that can access schools via sidewalks, pathways, or bike;lanes.           LO Engineering Dept         Also LO Planning and LOSD




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                                                                                                City of Lake Oswego, Oregon
                                                                                                   Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                                     Draft - April 25, 1999


No.    Sort Topic                                          Sub-Topic                  Group   Indicator                                                                                        Source                   Notes/Comments
                                                                                              The number/percentage of major intersections and street miles of major streets system
                                                                                              (major collectors and arterials) that function at a LOS E (Volume/Capacity) or better during                              Also LO Planning/ Transportation
198      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     p.m. peak travel times.                                                                          LO Engineering Dept      Plan
199      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     Number of bus stops
200      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     Number of bus shelters
                                                                                              The percentage of total street miles of Lake Oswego’s major collectors and arterioles with a
201      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     pavement condition rating of good or better.
                                                                                              The percentage of total street miles of neighborhood collectors and local residential streets
202      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     with a pavement condition rating of good or better.
                                                                                              The number/percentage of eligible businesses, government agencies and institutions in
                                                                                              compliance with the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Employee Commute Rule
203      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     (ECO).                                                                                           Oregon DEQ
                                                                                              The use of alternative transportation expressed by the percent modal share of walking, biking,                            Also LO Planning/ Transportation
204      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     and transit compared with automobile use.                                                        LO Engineering Dept      Plan
205      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     Average Daily Traffic counts for principle arterial streets
                                                                                              A report of the annual average and peaks for each of pollutants as taken from all monitoring     Oregon DEQ Air Quality
206      8    Infrastructure                               Transportation             FG3     stations I the Portland metro region                                                             Annual Report            List to be Deternined
                                                                                              The amount of solid waste (tonnage or cubic yards) from Lake Oswego that is transported to
215      8    Infrastructure                               Land Resources Quality     FG3     landfills. [Solid Waste Franchisee.                                                              Rossmans/METRO
                                                                                              The number or percent of Lake Oswego’s households, businesses, participating in the
216      8    Infrastructure                               Land Resources Quality     FG3     franchisee’s (Rossmans) solid waste recycling program.].                                         Rossmans/METRO
                                                                                              The number or percent of Lake Oswego’s households, businesses, participating in the yard
217      8    Infrastructure                               Land Resources Quality     FG3     debris recycling program.                                                                        Rossmans/METRO
239      8   Housing and Residential Development           Community Integration      FG4     Carrying capacity of the infrastructure                                                          LO Planning Dept.
240      8   Housing and Residential Development            Infrastructure            FG4     Ratio of System Development Charges to true City costs.
241      8   Housing and Residential Development            Infrastructure            FG4     Cost per capita of water supply.
242      8   Housing and Residential Development            Infrastructure            FG4     Cost per capita of sanitary sewer service.                                                       LO Planning Dept.
243      8   Housing and Residential Development            Infrastructure            FG4     Cost per capita of storm water management.                                                       LO Planning Dept.
244      8   Housing and Residential Development            Infrastructure            FG4     Cost per capita of street maintenance and improvement.                                           LO Planning Dept.
245      8   Housing and Residential Development            Infrastructure            FG4     Cost per capita of police and fire protection [LO Planning]                                      LO Planning Dept.
255      8   Housing and Residential Development            Transportation            FG4     Number of streets with traffic levels over their classification level                            LO Planning Dept.
256      8   Housing and Residential Development            Transportation            FG4     Number of streets at Service Level D or greater                                                  LO Planning Dept.
257      8   Housing and Residential Development            Transportation            FG4     Percentage of population within 5 minute walk of public transportation                           TRI-MET
258      8   Housing and Residential Development            Transportation            FG4     Public transportation trips per capita                                                           TRI-MET
259      8   Housing and Residential Development            Transportation            FG4     Percentage of population expressing satisfaction with public transportation                      Survey
260      8   Housing and Residential Development            Pathways                  FG4     Miles of pathways per capita                                                                     LO P&R
261      8   Housing and Residential Development            Pathways                  FG4     Miles of bike paths per capita                                                                   LO P&R
262      8   Housing and Residential Development            Pathways                  FG4     Miles of maintained trails per capita                                                            LO P&R
263      8   Housing and Residential Development            Pathways                  FG4     Number of alleys maintained                                                                      LO Maintenance Dept
264      8   Housing and Residential Development            Pathways                  FG4     Dollars per capita spent on sidewalk maintenance                                                 LO Finance Dept.
274      8   Community Identity                                                       FG4     Number of pedestrian facilities and services                                                     LO Planning Dept.
16       9   Community Services                            Families                   FG1     Percentage of homeowners and percentage of renters.
37       9   Community Services                            Teens - Civic Engagement   FG1     Percentage of renters who can afford median rent.
218      9   Housing and Residential Development           Housing Diversity          FG4     Ratio of real market value of non-rental units to local income.                                  PSU
219      9   Housing and Residential Development           Housing Diversity          FG4     Ratio of rental rates to local household income.                                                 PSU
220      9   Housing and Residential Development           Housing Diversity          FG4     Ratio of real market value to income from local businesses.                                      PSU
221      9   Housing and Residential Development           Housing Diversity          FG4     Ratio of rental rates to income from local businesses.                                           PSU
222      9   Housing and Residential Development           Housing Diversity          FG4     Number of homeless shelters.
223      9   Housing and Residential Development           Housing Diversity          FG4     Number of senior care facilities per capita.                                                     LO Finance Dept.
224      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Footprint, height and setbacks of new construction relative to neighborhood average
225      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Average length of time homes and condominiums are on market
226      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Average length of time rental units remain unoccupied
227      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Percentage of homes and condominiums on market
228      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Percentage of rental units vacant
229      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Number of remodeling permits which do not increase the footprint by 10%.                         LO Planning Dept.
230      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Number of remodeling permits which do not increase the square footage by 10%                     LO Planning Dept.
231      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Number of variances requested                                                                    LO Planning Dept.
232      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Percentage of variance granted                                                                   LO Planning Dept.
233      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Number of zone changes requested                                                                 LO Planning Dept.
234      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Number of zone changes granted                                                                   LO Planning Dept.
235      9   Housing and Residential Development           Neighborhood Character     FG4     Percentage of property which is owner occupied
236      9   Housing and Residential Development           Community Integration      FG4     Number of units per subdivision                                                                  LO Planning Dept.
237      9   Housing and Residential Development           Community Integration      FG4     Rate at which units are brought on line
                                                                                              Ratio of skyline or canopy trees planted or existing per unit of new housing to that found in
238      9   Housing and Residential Development           Community Integration      FG4     adjacent established neighborhoods.                                                              LO NRAB


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                                                                                                   Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                                     Draft - April 25, 1999


No.    Sort Topic                                          Sub-Topic                  Group   Indicator                                                                                     Source                  Notes/Comments
45      11 Community Services                              Teens - Civic Engagement    FG1    Number of family friendly event, i.e. Visual arts, Diversity week.
110     11 Parks/Recreation & Open Space                   Usage and Programs          FG2    Diversity and attendance at City Summer Concert Series
281     11 Community Identity                                                          FG4    Percentage of business which support community activities                                     Survey/Chamber
282     11 Community Identity                                                          FG4    Number of civic celebrations                                                                  City Records
283     11 Community Identity                                                          FG4    Number of participants at civic celebrations
268         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Number of neighbors known by name                                                             Survey
269         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Number of contacts with neighbors                                                             Survey
270         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Architectural diversity                                                                       Survey
271         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Number of dispute resolutions handled                                                         LOPD/CSO/Community
273         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Ratio of walking trips from home to vehicle trips                                             Survey
275         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Number of years residents have lived in Lake Oswego                                           Survey
276         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Percentage of housing units which are rentals                                                 Census
277         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Percentage of businesses owned by Lake Oswego residents                                       LO Finance Dept.
278         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Percentage of total businesses which are home based                                           LO Finance Dept.
279         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Percentage of residents employed in Lake Oswego to total employment base                      Survey/Chamber
280         Community Identity                                                         FG4    Percentage of businesses with neighborhood friendly atmosphere
287         Cultural and Historic Preservation                                         FG4    Number of cultural institutions                                                               LO Arts Comm
288         Cultural and Historic Preservation                                         FG4    Number of public and private enrichment programs and classes per capita
289         Cultural and Historic Preservation                                         FG4    Number of resident artists per capita
                                                                                                                                                                                            LO Arts Comm, LO P&R,
                                                                                              Percentage of residents which participate in public and private enrichment programs and       Chamber, ACC,
290          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     classes                                                                                       Lakewood Center
                                                                                              Percentage of residents indicating satisfaction with present offering of public and private
291          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     enrichment programs and classes                                                               Survey
292          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Public funding per capita spent on cultural activities                                        LO Finance Dept.
293          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Number of ethnic cultural opportunities including dining
294          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Public Awareness of Lake Oswego history and historic structures                               Survey
295          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Number of historic structures and sites on City inventory list                                LO HRB
296          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Ratio of historic structures and sites existing to number on inventory list                   LO HRB
297          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Number of historic structures lost                                                            LO HRB
298          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Frequency of updates to City inventory list                                                   LO HRB
299          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Number of dollars invested in restoring old and or abandoned buildings                        LO Buildings Dept
300          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Number of historic districts                                                                  LO HRB
301          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Percentage of historic structures and sites which have signage                                LO HRB
302          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Number of archaeological sites identified
303          Cultural and Historic Preservation                                       FG4     Percentage of archaeological sites protected




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                                                                          FOOTNOTES to Quality of Life Indicators
                                                                                   Draft - April 25, 1999



     No.       Group   Indicator                                                                   Footnote
                                                                                                   Measurement of temperature differences between downtown and surrounding
     70         FG2    Measure the “urban heat island effect”                                      neighborhoods or parks.
                                                                                                   The City has three major drainage basins from which water flows into either Oswego
     71         FG2    Percentage of impervious surface area per drainage basin.                   Lake, the Willamette River, or the Tualatin River

                       # of volunteer hours spent on open space preservation efforts that are      Comprehensive Plan refers to “under-utilized” land as parcels where there is a large
     72         FG2    overseen by the City (boy scout projects, etc)                              difference between the value of improvements on a parcel and the actual land value
     139        FG2    # of residential units within 1 mile of frequent personal services          A single measure that would include dry cleaners, hair salon, and related services
                                                                                                   A single measure that would include pharmacy, photo shop coffee house, specialty
     140        FG2    # of residential units within 1 mile of general retail goods and services   stores, etc.

                                                                                                   Based on a score of each business that evaluates how effectively it is linked (assign
                                                                                                   values for various physical; elements: sidewalk distance to nearest business, number
                                                                                                   of vehicle curb cuts along sidewalk between businesses, landscaping buffer between
                                                                                                   pedestrian and cars or pedestrian and parking lots, is a crosswalk within sight distance
                                                                                                   of the business entrance, is there direct access from the sidewalk to business
                                                                                                   entrance, if not is there a crosswalk or raised walkways through parking lots to reach
                                                                                                   business entrance, etc) [This information could be collected in the form of a checklist
     151        FG2    Total score of business linkages-                                           as part of a business license application, and then scored by City Staff]
                                                                                                   Survey should also include income/costs of business data and general
                       Annual State of Business Survey reporting on the viability/status of all    economic/business climate data as well as reasons for individual improvement/decline
     157        FG2    business in LO                                                              as reported by each LO business
                                                                                                   Rating as assigned to Lake Oswego by its 1998 Insurance Offices Inc. Rating for Fire
     160        FG3    Rating - Receiving and handling Fire Alarms                                 Suppression in three categories
                       Rating - Fire Department Adequacy. (Qualntity/Quality of Fire Personnel     Rating as assigned to Lake Oswego by its 1998 Insurance Offices Inc. Rating for Fire
     161        FG3    and Equipment                                                               Suppression in three categories
                                                                                                   Rating as assigned to Lake Oswego by its 1998 Insurance Offices Inc. Rating for Fire
     162        FG3    Rating - Water Supply                                                       Suppression in three categories
                                                                                                    An annual comparison of the following types of crimes as compared to all other cities
     176-183    FG3    Crime Rates                                                                 in the Portland Metro Area.
                                                                                                   Metro, Infrared and near-infrared aerial photography, City of Lake Oswego and Metro
     188        FG3    The percent of impervious (paved) surface in Lake Oswego.                   land use inventories.
                                                                                                   There are approx. 85 individual measures of physical, chemical, biological or
                                                                                                   radiological substances in water which makes it unfit for human consumption as
     189        FG3    Report of annual average for each of the following water contaminants       reported by DEQ
     192-195    FG3    Indicators of Water Contamnates                                             An annual report of the following water contaminates at the Tryon Creek Treatment Plant
                                                                                                   (Data Sources: Historical air photos including infrared and near infrared imagery and
     207        FG3    The amount/percentage of tree canopy coverage in Lake Oswego.               the local natural resource inventories and on the ground surveys.

                                                                                                   Water quality monitoring by Lake Oswego, Metro, National Marine Fisheries, High
                                                                                                   School Environmental Education Classes, etc. An annual report on the water quality of
                                                                                                   major streams within the Urban Services Boundary that flow into the Tualatin and
     208-212           Surface Water Quality Indicators                                            Willamette Rivers and Oswego Lake .that measures surface water quality indicators.




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