Vital Signs Taupo Report
Vital Signs is a tool used to understand the community's perceptions of the place where they live. It looks at the social, cultural, health, environmental and economic well-being of the area. The results provide us with an independent understanding of our local communities' challenges and key priorities according to residents, and will be refreshed every three years.
In 2017-2018, the first Bay of Plenty-wide Vital Signs project was undertaken. This was the result of collaboration between the Acorn Foundation (covering Tauranga and Western Bay of Plenty), the Geyser Community Foundation (covering the Rotorua and Taupō District communities), and the Eastern Bay Community Foundation.
This report presents the results for the Taupō District including Turangi and Mangakino.