Impact

As of Monday, May 18, 2020, there were 3,992 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the tri-state area. The graph below shows the total confirmed cases by date for the month of May. The graph below shows the total confirmed cases by date for the partial month of March and full...

Hello Community Partners, We hope you, your families, and your teams are all well and finding ways to adapt, connect, and thrive during what can be a difficult time for so many. Since we introduced the partnership of Source For Siouxland and Growing Community Connections on March 12, the importance of accurate, relevant...

As of Monday, May 11th, 2020, there were 3,241 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the tri-state area. Counties include Woodbury and Plymouth, Iowa; Dakota, Nebraska; and Union, South Dakota. Composite data compiled by Source For Siouxland from Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota Health Departments, Siouxland District Health Dept., and Dakota...

As of Wednesday, May 6th, 2020, there were 2,433 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the tri-state area. Please note: May 6th data does not include data from Dakota County as it was unavailable. Counties include Woodbury and Plymouth, Iowa; Dakota, Nebraska; and Union, South Dakota. Composite data compiled by Source...

As of Monday, May 4th, 2020, there were 2,316 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the tri-state area. Counties include Woodbury and Plymouth, Iowa; Dakota, Nebraska; and Union, South Dakota. Composite data compiled by Source For Siouxland from Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota Health Departments, Siouxland District Health Dept., and Dakota...

On March 12, 2020, Source For Siouxland joined the monthly Growing Community Connections meeting to announce a partnership between the two initiatives. Source For Siouxland will fill a much-needed data collection, analysis, and sharing role for the GCC collaborative, while GCC’s more than 400 partners will serve as focus...

In 2017, the Sioux City Schools brought shocking data to a Comprehensive Strategy (now Source For Siouxland) collaborative community meeting. Less than 17% of Sioux City children enter preschool with age-level skills, and just 44% were at or above literacy benchmarks when they entered kindergarten. Further, studies indicated there...

“Without leaps of imagination or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all is a form of planning.”  Gloria Steinem was probably not dreaming about community planning when she made this statement, but her words are nonetheless applicable. Community planning starts with a vision – a dream...

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