This measure demonstrates community satisfaction with emergency preparedness. Our goal is to increase community satisfaction with emergency preparedness to 85% by FY23. Our progress is measured by the Citizen Assessment Survey administered every 4 years.
The number of permit and plan submittal volumes and the proportion of those submittals that are submitted electronically are compared. Currently, 100% of the permits and plans submitted are filed electronically. Volumes are updated and reviewed monthly for general operations reviews.
Residents have identified crime prevention as one of their top priority requirements and it is closely linked to their quality of life. Because residents told the city that crime prevention is a top requirement, the city has designated it as a key process. Crime rate is a count of crimes per 100,000 residents compiled to assess the effectiveness of a crime prevention policies, programs and processes. Data is also segmented by ward/market segment (AOS). Notes: 2020 data is preliminary and subject to change as it has not been published by the FBI. October, November, and December data was reported under the new NIBRS approach instead of UCR Summary, and was manually converted from NIBRS to UCR Summary to provide trending.