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Clean Air Act Campaign Project Homepage

This purpose of the Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization's (RVMPO) Clean Air Campaign is to educate the public about the Rogue Valley's air quality issues.  Please note that this is the information page for the project and not the campaign website that will be used to provide outreach to the public.


Project Tasks:

Task 1:  Develop Purpose Statement and specific goals and objectives for the Clean Air Campaign

The purpose of this task is to work with the Clean Air Campaign Steering Committee to refine the mission statement, goals and objectives for the project.

Task 2:  Compile or develop background materials that will provide the public with a better understanding of the Rogue Valley's air quality issues.

The purpose of this task is to compile and/or develop background materials that will provide the public with a better understanding of the Rogue Valley's air quality issues.

Task 3:  Identify and Describe air quality programs and projects that are currently in progress within the Rogue Valley and identify new projects or programs that will reduce mobile source pollution and improve air quality.

The purpose of this task is to identify air quality programs and projects that are currently underway in the Rogue Valley and to identify and explore new programs or projects that will improve the Rogue Valley's air quality.

Task 4:  Develop a Communications Plan.

The purpose of this task is to develop a blueprint for comprehensive communications and public relations support for a successful campaign, and to articulate communication objectives for the Rogue Valley Clean Air Campaign.

Task 5:  Develop Website

The purpose of this task is develop a website for the clean air campaign that can be accessed by the public and contain information on the campaign.

Web link for Program Homepage

Task 6:  Evaluate Program

The purpose of this task is to evaluate the effectiveness of reaching the target audience.

Monthly Activity Summary

October 2013

  1. Reviewed Project Scope.
  2. Conducted Background Research.
  3. Began meetings with partners and organizations working on programs related to air quality.
  4. Met with DEQ to discuss air quality monitoring, air quality reports, and DEQ resources.
  5. Began development of project website.

November 2013

  1. Revised Scope of Work.
  2. Completed a revised project schedule.
  3. Updated the project website.

December 2013

  1. Revised Scope and introduction email sent from RVCOG Planning Department.
  2. Doodle poll to schedule first meeting anticipated in mid-January.
  3. Began compiling materials for the January Meeting.
  4. Updated the project website.
  5. Sent out doodle poll for the meeting.

January 2014

  1. Prepared for the Meeting.
  2. Met with RVTD to discuss interactive bus program and potential tie-in to the Clean Air Campaign.
  3. Facilitated the Meeting on January 30th, 2014.
  4. Updated project web site.

February 2014

  1. Revised goals and objectives.
  2. Drafting Memo #2 and #3. 
  3. Completed meeting minutes.
  4. Doodle poll for next meeting.
  5. Updated project website.

March 2014

  1. Prepared for meeting with Steering Committee.
  2. Met with Steering Committee on March 4th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the RVCOG Conference Room.
  3. Completed Memo #1.
  4. Purchased domain
  5. Met with logo designer on March 12th to discuss logo concepts based on direction/feedback from the Steering Committee.
  6. Logo concepts completed.
  7. Continued work on Memo #2 and #3. 
  8. Updated project website.

April 2014

  1. Logo concepts sent to the Steering Committee for revew and comment.
  2. Drafted communications plan.
  3. Drafting Memo #2 and #3. 
  4. Completed meeting minutes.
  5. Doodle poll for next meeting.
  6. Updated project website.

May 2014

  1. Compiled results of Steering committee feedback on logo.
  2. Drafting Memo #2 and #3. 
  3. Completed meeting minutes.
  4. Doodle poll for next meeting.
  5. Updated project website.

June 2014

  1. Revised goals and objectives.
  2. Drafting Memo #2 and #3. 
  3. Completed meeting minutes.
  4. Doodle poll for next meeting.
  5. Updated project website.

 July 2014

  1. Completed progress report for ODOT summarizing all work and expenses to date on the project.
  2. Met with RVCOG internal staff to discuss concepts for the program website (

August 2014

  1. Updated project website.
  2. Conducted doodle poll and set the date for the next steering committee meeting (September 2nd).
  3. Continued working on project deliverables including the project website development and logo refinement.
  4. Prepared materials for the September meeting.

September 2014

  1. Met with Steering Committee on September 2nd, from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the RVCOG Conference Room.  Topics for the meeting included project updates, refining the logos, an update of the bus wrap, and the development of the website,



February 2013 Meeting Minutes - Contains information on the purpose statement, goals and objectives discussion.

Information on creating a good mission statement.

Meeting scheduled for Tuesday September 3rd at 10:00 a.m. in the RVCOG Conference Room - Draft Agenda

June 30th, 2014 Progress Report

Draft Communications Plan

Revised Project Scope - PDF

 Reference Materials/Materials to Review

Clean Air Quiz

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EPA's Air Quality Index

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TravelSmart is about showing Metro Vancouverites that we have options when it comes to the way we travel. And not just options, but smarter options.

We know that you’re concerned these days about the environment and other sustainability issues. But what does this mean for you at the everyday level? By choosing smarter, environmentally-friendly modes of travel, you can help make choices that will benefit yourself, your community and the environment.

More than a just a program, TravelSmart is a lifestyle. Consider this a tool to help you understand that your travel choices impact everything from your wallet to your health to the air quality. Choices as simple as ride-sharing with a car full of friends on your way to school, cycling to work or carsharing to run weekend errands - all of these choices have immediate and long-term benefits.

If the Winter Olympics was any indication, Metro Vancouver is already enthusiastic about TravelSmart! It was the biggest and most challenging test we could imagine and people from across the region embraced it with conviction and with commitment – we reduced traffic by 36% during the busiest stretch of weeks our city has ever seen. 40% of single-occupancy drivers chose to change their regular commuting routines, with nearly two-thirds of them taking public transit. Best of all, 61% of these commuters have maintained some of their TravelSmart commitments long term.

There are so many choices and ways in which to be TravelSmart. This website is full of information, tips and tricks on how to incorporate simple and effective changes into your daily travel. Whether commuting to work or school, running errands, or travelling about town with family or friends, we hope you’ll see how easy it is to be TravelSmart.

Join the movement - and join the conversation! We believe there’s a lot we can learn through the sharing of information. We do however have some common sense rules of engagement that we ask everyone to abide by to keep things running smoothly.

Looking forward to hearing about what being TravelSmart means to you.

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