REV-UP Region Assets

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REV-UP Region Assets by Mind Map: REV-UP Region Assets

1. Waco District (Bell Co)

1.1. District Office homepage

1.2. Project Tracker database

1.3. District Office contacts

2. Austin District (Lee and Williamson)

2.1. District Office contacts

2.2. District Office homepage

2.3. Project Tracker database

3. Economic Development

3.1. Chambers of Commerce

3.1.1. Giddings Area Chamber of Commerce

3.1.2. Lexington Chamber of Commerce

3.1.3. Burleson County Chamber of Commerce

3.1.3.1. Lake Somerville Economic Development Study

3.1.4. Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce

3.1.5. Franklin Chamber of Commerce

3.1.6. Calvert Chamber of Commerce

3.1.7. Hearne Chamber of Commerce

3.1.7.1. Hearne Municipal Airport

3.1.8. Cameron Chamber of Commerce

3.1.9. Temple Chamber of Commerce

3.1.10. Belton Chamber of Commerce

3.1.11. Georgetown Chamber of Commerce

3.1.12. Round Rock Chamber of Commerce

3.1.13. Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce

3.1.13.1. priorities

3.1.13.1.1. 1. Fort Hood reaches 50,000

3.1.13.1.2. 2. Assist in establishing Texas A&M University - Central Texas

3.1.13.1.3. 3. Airport business expansion

3.1.13.1.4. 4. Start-up, Retain, Expand & Recruit Industry

3.1.13.1.5. 5. Community image

3.1.14. Taylor Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Center

3.1.15. Rockdale Chamber of Commerce

3.2. Regional Groups

3.2.1. Fort Hood Economic Region- Fort Hood, Belton, Killeen, and Copperas Cove

3.2.2. Heart of Texas Defense Alliance (HOTDA)

3.2.3. Central Texas Economic Corridor

3.2.3.1. Belton, Copperas Cove, Killeen, Temple

3.2.3.1.1. 2006 demographics

3.2.3.1.2. 2005 labor market study

3.2.3.1.3. 2005 wage and benefit survey

3.2.4. Opportunity Austin

3.2.5. Development District of Central Texas (CTCOG office)

3.3. EDCs, city departments, others

3.3.1. Giddings EDC

3.3.1.1. Giddings Small Business Grant Program

3.3.1.2. Workforce education program

3.3.1.3. Rural TX Toursim Center

3.3.2. Burleson County

3.3.2.1. Burleson County Industrial Foundation and Economic Development

3.3.2.2. Burleson County Economic Development Foundation

3.3.2.2.1. Caldwell Retail Gap Analysis

3.3.2.2.2. Downtown Caldwell Retail Potential

3.3.2.2.3. Economic Incentives

3.3.3. Cameron Industrial Foundation

3.3.3.1. Biotechnology firms

3.3.3.2. Shovel-ready business park

3.3.3.3. Economic incentives

3.3.3.4. Rail access

3.3.4. Bryan-College Station

3.3.4.1. City of College Station Economic and Community Development

3.3.4.1.1. Northgate Retail and Entertainment District

3.3.4.1.2. Proposed Convention Center and Hotel

3.3.4.2. Downtown Bryan Association

3.3.4.2.1. First Fridays

3.3.4.2.2. Commercial district revitalization

3.3.4.3. Research Valley Partnership

3.3.4.4. Bryan Business Council

3.3.5. Temple EDC

3.3.5.1. health

3.3.5.2. bioscience

3.3.6. Copperas Cove EDC

3.3.7. City of Georgetown ED department

3.3.7.1. Georgetown EDC

3.3.7.2. Georgetown Economic Development Advisory Board (EDAB)

3.3.8. City of Killeen

3.3.8.1. Community Development Department

3.3.8.1.1. Downtown Killeen

3.3.8.1.2. Civic and Conference Center & Visitors Bureau

3.3.9. Bell County

3.3.9.1. Bell County Appraisal District

3.3.9.2. Bell County Expo Center

3.3.10. Belton

3.3.10.1. Belton EDC

3.3.10.2. City of Belton

3.3.10.3. Development Corporation of Belton

3.3.11. Taylor

3.3.11.1. Taylor EDC

3.3.11.2. Taylor CDC

3.3.11.3. City of Taylor, Development Department

3.3.12. Rockdale Municipal Development District

4. Healthcare-related Assets

4.1. Hospitals & providers

4.1.1. St. Joseph Health System

4.1.1.1. Regional Health Center (Bryan)

4.1.1.2. Burleson Health Center (Caldwell)

4.1.1.3. various rural health clincs

4.1.2. Central Texas Hospital - Cameron

4.1.3. Cedar Crest Hospital & Residential Treatment Center

4.1.4. Little River Healthcare System

4.1.4.1. Richards Memorial Hospital - Rockdale

4.1.5. Seton Family of Hospitals

4.1.5.1. Seton Medical Center Williamson

4.1.5.2. Cedar Park Regional Medical Center

4.1.6. St. David’s Healthcare Network

4.1.6.1. Georgetown Hospital

4.1.6.2. Round Rock Medical Center

4.1.6.3. Round Rock Physical Therapy and Spine Center

4.1.6.4. Rehabilitation at Sun City

4.1.6.5. Rehabilitation - Georgetown

4.1.6.6. Rehabilitation at Cedar Park

4.1.7. Scott & White Healthcare

4.1.7.1. Research

4.1.7.1.1. Scott & White Cancer Research Insitute

4.1.7.1.2. Digestive Disease Research Center

4.1.7.1.3. Investigative Pathology

4.1.7.1.4. Center for Cell Death and Differentiation

4.1.7.2. Clinics

4.1.7.2.1. King's Daughters Clinics

4.1.7.2.2. Scott & White Clinic - Cameron

4.1.7.2.3. 5 College Station locations

4.1.7.2.4. 2 Taylor locations

4.1.7.2.5. 2 Cedar Park locations

4.1.7.2.6. 3 Georgetown locations

4.1.7.2.7. 7 Round Rock locations

4.1.7.2.8. Hutto Clinic

4.1.7.3. Hospitals

4.1.7.3.1. Children's Hospital at Scott & White - Temple

4.1.7.3.2. Temple King's Daughter Hospital

4.1.7.3.3. Temple Continuing Care Hospital

4.1.7.3.4. Scott & White Hospital - Temple

4.1.7.3.5. Metroplex Health System

4.1.7.3.6. Scott & White Hospital - Round Rock

4.1.7.3.7. Scott & White Hospital - Taylor

4.1.7.3.8. Scott & White Hospital - Brenham

4.2. Education

4.2.1. Texas A&M Health Science Center

4.2.1.1. Overview of new campus in Bryan

4.2.1.2. College of Medicine (College Station, Temple, & Round Rock)

4.2.1.3. College of Nursing (College Station)

4.2.1.4. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (Dallas, College Station and Houston)

4.2.1.5. School of Rural Public Health (College Station)

4.2.1.6. Selected institutes & research centers

4.2.1.6.1. Center for Emergency Medical Preparedness and Response (NCEMPR).

4.2.1.6.2. Texas A&M Cardiovascular Research Institute

4.2.1.6.3. Regenerative Medicine Institute

4.2.2. Temple College Health Science Center

4.2.2.1. Health Sciences Simulation Center

4.2.3. Texas State University School of Nursing (Williamson County)

4.3. Initiatives and Resources

4.3.1. Texas Bioscience Institute

4.3.2. Research Valley Partnership Bio Corridor

4.3.3. Biotechnology Business Incubator (planned)

4.3.4. Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies

5. Agriculture

5.1. Texas AgriLife Reseearch (Texas A&M)

5.1.1. Statewide centers

5.1.1.1. Texas AgriLife Research Center, Blackland Research and Extension Center (Temple)

5.1.2. On-campus research units

5.1.3. Texas Agricuture Research Database

5.1.4. Research Institutes

5.1.4.1. Institute for Countermeasures Against Agricultural Bioterrorism

5.1.4.2. Institute for Obesity Research and Program Evaluation

5.1.4.3. Institute of Plant Genomics and Biotechnology

5.1.4.4. Stiles Farm Foundation Research Center

5.1.4.5. Institute of Renewable Natural Resources

5.1.4.6. Norman E. Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture

5.1.4.7. Texas Water Resources Institute

5.2. Texas AgriLife Extension Service (Texas A&M)

5.2.1. Bell County

5.2.2. Brazos County

5.2.3. Burleson County

5.2.4. Lee County

5.2.5. Milam County

5.2.6. Robertson County

5.2.7. Willamson County

5.3. Texas Department of Agriculture

5.4. Texas Agricultural Cooperative Council

5.4.1. TACC Cooperative Assessment Survey

5.5. US Department of Agriculture

5.5.1. USDA Rural Energy Coordinator for Texas (Temple)

5.5.2. Grassland Soil and Water Laboratory (Temple)

5.5.3. Energy matrix

5.5.4. Farm Service Agency Offices

5.5.5. Community-supported agriculture resource page

5.6. Other

5.6.1. Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (Region 1)

6. Energy

6.1. Investments

6.1.1. 600-acre, 60-megawatt solar plant planned for Pflugerville

6.2. Initiatives

6.2.1. Austin Energy / Greater Austin Chamber targeting clean technology

6.2.2. Energy targeted by Research Valley Partnership

6.2.3. I-35 Green Corridor Collaborative (multiple counties)

6.2.4. Sustainable Technologies Academy (via EWCHEC)

6.3. Research

6.3.1. UT Energy Frontier Research Center

6.3.2. Texas A&M /TEEX initiatives (e.g.Crop-To-Wheel Biofuels)

7. Education and Training

7.1. K-12 education

7.2. Higher education

7.2.1. Texas A&M System

7.2.1.1. Texas A&M University

7.2.1.1.1. test

7.2.1.2. Texas A&M University Health Science Center

7.2.1.3. Texas A&M University Central Texas

7.2.2. Southwestern University

7.2.3. Central Texas College

7.2.4. Tarleton State University - Central Texas

7.2.5. University of Mary Hardin Baylor

7.2.6. Blinn College

7.2.6.1. Main Campus (Brenham)

7.2.6.2. Bryan Center

7.2.6.3. Technical Education Center

7.2.7. Temple College

7.2.7.1. Taylor Center

7.2.7.2. Main Campus (Temple)

7.2.7.3. Cameron Education Center

7.2.8. Round Rock Higher Education Center

7.2.8.1. Austin Community College District

7.2.8.2. Texas State University

7.2.8.3. Texas A&M Health Science Center

7.2.8.4. Round Rock Master Plan for Advancing Higher Education

7.2.8.5. Avery Center

7.2.8.5.1. mixed use community with higher education and Seton Medical Center Williamson

7.2.9. East Willamson County Higher Education Center

7.3. Workforce

7.3.1. Workforce Solutions Central Texas

7.3.2. Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley

7.3.3. Workforce Solutions Rural Capital

7.4. WIA-approved training programs

8. Tourism

8.1. Heritage

8.1.1. Historic Victorian Calvert

8.1.2. Katy Hamman Stricker Library, Calvert

8.1.3. Camp Hearne former POW camp

8.1.4. Hearne Depot and historic sites

8.1.5. Cameron historic sites

8.1.5.1. Milam County Courthouse

8.1.5.2. Milam County Jail Museum

8.1.5.3. Pioneer Cemetery

8.1.5.4. Historic Murals and vintage advertising

8.1.5.5. Milam Community Theatre

8.1.6. Rockdale history

8.1.7. Temple Historic Marker Program

8.1.8. Round Rock Historic Preservation Commission

8.1.9. Milam County Historical Commission

8.1.10. Taylor Conservation and Heritage Society

8.2. CVB

8.2.1. Bryan College Station CVB (Visit Aggie Land)

8.2.1.1. George Bush Presidential Library

8.2.1.2. Galleries and Museums

8.2.1.3. Wine and Culinary

8.2.2. Belton CVB

8.2.2.1. Trailriding at BLORA Ranch

8.2.2.2. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

8.2.2.3. The Gin (outdoor music venue)

8.2.3. Cameron Tourism

8.2.3.1. Dewberry Festival

8.2.3.2. Nature Festival

8.2.3.3. Arts and Craft Fair and Fun Run

8.3. State Parks and Lakes

8.3.1. Lake Somerville

8.3.2. Belton Lake (BLORA)

8.3.3. Stillhouse Hollow Lake

8.4. Trails

8.4.1. Chisolm Trail

8.4.2. Confederate Park (Belton)

8.4.3. Yettie Polk Park

8.4.4. Chisholm Trail Park

8.4.5. Heritage Park

8.4.6. Harris Community Park

8.4.7. Miller Heights Community Park

8.4.8. Beall Park

8.4.9. Nolan Creek Hike & Bike Trail

8.4.10. Texas BBQ Trail

8.4.11. Great Texas Wildlife Trail (Texas Parks & Wildlife)

8.4.11.1. Heart of Texas - East

8.4.11.2. Prairies and Pineywoods - West

8.4.12. El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail

8.4.13. Dana Peak Trail (Stillhouse Hollow)

8.5. Theme parks, commercial attractions

8.5.1. Texas World Speeedway

8.5.2. Summer Fun Water Park

9. Entrepreneurship

9.1. Small business development centers

9.1.1. Brazos Valley SBDC (Brazos, Burleson, Robertson, Milam counties)

9.1.2. Texas State University SBDC (Round Rock office)

9.1.3. Other SBDCs

9.2. SCORE chapters

9.2.1. SCORE Austin (incl. some Williamson County locations)

9.3. Other

9.3.1. Temple Business Incubator

9.3.2. Williamson County Entrepreneurs Community

9.3.3. Research Valley Innovation Center

9.3.4. Austin entrepreneurship map (includes links to some regional assets)

9.4. University-based

9.4.1. Texas A&M

9.4.1.1. Mays Business School Center for New Ventures & Eship

9.4.1.2. TEEX Product Development Center (PDC)

9.4.1.3. Texas Center for Rural Entrepreneurship

9.4.2. Baylor

9.4.2.1. John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship

9.4.3. Rice

9.4.3.1. Rice Alliance

9.4.4. UT Austin

9.4.4.1. Texas MBA + Leadership Program

10. Fort Hood

10.1. Army Career & Alumni Program

10.2. Heart of Texas Defense Alliance (HOTDA)

10.3. Military Child Education Coalition

10.4. Healthcare

10.4.1. Central Texas Veterans Health Care System

10.4.2. Olin E. Teague Veterans Center

10.4.3. Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

11. Physical Infrastructure

11.1. Water

11.1.1. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

11.1.1.1. List of water utilities in region

11.1.2. Texas Water Development Board

11.1.2.1. Regional water plan (Brazos G)

11.1.3. Groundwater Conservation Districts

11.1.3.1. Lost Pines

11.2. Transportation

11.2.1. Roadway

11.2.1.1. Texas Dept of Transportation

11.2.1.1.1. District & County Statistics

11.2.2. Rail

11.2.2.1. BNSF

11.2.2.1.1. Cameron Industrial Park Rail Accessible

11.2.3. Air service

11.2.3.1. Cameron Municipal Airport

11.2.3.2. Hearne Municipal Airport

11.3. Electric utilities

11.3.1. ERCOT

11.4. Air quality

11.5. Telecommunications

11.5.1. AT&T

11.5.2. Broadband

11.5.2.1. Farm to Markt Broadband

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