The Community Affairs Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has developed a new series of reports for the nine states in the Twelfth District that both detail the demographic, economic, governmental, and institutional underpinnings of each state and provide an analysis of the various community development needs within each state. These reports, which we are calling “Environmental Assessments,” are meant to provide a framework for the array of community development activities that the department undertakes across the District. The hope is that the reports will not only provide a helpful compilation of existing community development needs and resources for each state, but will also allow us to target our time and resources to those areas that both show the greatest need and offer the opportunity for the most meaningful role.
Community Development Department and Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, "Community Development Assessment for the State of Utah: A Guide to Utah's Community Development Environment" (2004). All U.S. Government Documents (Utah Regional Depository). Paper 407.