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The Fresno Scorecard is a free online community resource offering centralized access to impartial, transparent, verifiable and measurable data about Fresno County organized in eleven significant categories.

Dedicated to building a healthy, prosperous and sustainable community — together. Citizens, businesses, community benefit organizations and political leaders alike are encouraged to learn more about the how data makes all the difference.

Platinum Sponsors ($10,000+)

  • Central Valley Community Foundation
  • Fresno State
  • Community Medical Centers
  • Fresno Bee*
  • Fresno Business Journal*
  • Valley PBS*

* in-kind donation

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The Power of Effective Community Scorecards:

  • focus community attention,
  • empower informed decision-making,
  • measure progress,
  • and inspire community action.

Community improvement is a collective and continual process. We invite you to find the key indicators within this site that matter to you or your work and be empowered to make a difference.

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Bill Gates - 2013 Annual Letter

“You can achieve amazing progress if you set a clear goal and find a measure that will drive progress toward that goal. I have been struck again and again by how important measurement is to improving the human condition.”

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Fresno is the heart and soul of the State of California. Our people are culturally diverse, hard-working and community-minded. We are the caretakers of some of the most beautiful and fertile land in the world. We are now the 5th largest city in the Golden State. Fresno is proud to offer big city amenities with small town ease.


Average Annual Wage in the Top-Four Employing Sectors: Average annual wage by sector gives insight into the health of Fresno County's economy. Wages and salaries form the largest component of personal income, one of the two fundamental measures of the size of a regional economy. Economists typically tie private sector wage growth to labor productivity growth. Wages vary by many factors, including the education or training required for the job, the supply of job-seekers, regional demand for certain skills, experience of job seekers, and the pull of other nearby labor markets. more information.
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