Community assets are things that improve the community. These include items that community members want to keep, build upon and sustain for future generations. Assets can be a tangible aspect, such as a historic building, or assets can be intangible, such as community values or volunteer efforts. Identifying a snapshot of assets helps us to:

  • Easily envision our strengths and possible gaps we can work on as a community.
  • Continue discussions of possible actions and initiatives.
  • Think about and promote the community.

For the economic impact report and additional infographics use the link below to download the PDF version.

M. Rebori, J. Lednicky, B. Borden 2022, Community Assets for Eureka County, Nevada, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, FS-22-03

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