Public Works Measures

  1. Public Works - Tagging Abatement

    Tracking response time to abate tagging is part of the overall process to defeat and deter tagging. Tagging generally includes any type of writings, drawings or symbols applied to any surface without the consent of the owner.

    Link to page
  2. Public Works - Pavement Conditions

    Citizen satisfaction with streets helps determine if the City is meeting the community’s infrastructure needs.

    Link to page
  3. Public Works - Fleet Availability

    Excessive preventative maintenance and equipment down time determine the need for unit replacement to: reduce maintenance costs, increase staff productivity, ensure safe operation and to increase fleet availability.

    Link to page
  4. Public Works - Compost Outside Sources

    An increase in the number of tons coming into the Compost site means that more outside agencies are using the site.

    Link to page
  5. Public Works - Compost Sales

    An increase in Compost sales means that the volume of material being produced that is high enough quality to be sold has increased.

    Link to page
  6. Public Works - Repaired Potholes

    The level of maintenance the City can perform on potholes is dictated by the Capital Projects Funding and the number of person hours and resources available to complete the work.

    Link to page
  7. Public Works - Trees Trimmed

    The number of trees trimmed indicates how the City is performing in meeting a 5 year pruning cycle for Scheduled Maintenance of its tree inventory.

    Link to page
  8. Public Works - Tree Requests

    A reduction in the number of broken limbs or tree failures indicates progress in maintaining tree health.

    Link to page
  9. Public Works - LED Light Repairs

    Faster repair response time helps the citizen to know we value what they value since street lights are part of public safety concerns.

    Link to page
  10. Public Works - Based Aircraft

    The number of based aircraft will help determine the vibrancy and use of general aviation aircraft based at the airport.

    Link to page
  11. Public Works - Aircraft Operations

    The number of aircraft operations helps quantify facility use which helps to determine frequency and the measure of maintenance to runways, taxiways, aprons, navigation aides, security features, hangars, etc.

    Link to page
  12. Public Works - Airport Hangar Vacancy Rate

    A vacancy rate will help determine the vibrancy and use of general aviation aircraft based at the airport.

    Link to page
  13. Public Works - MAX Passengers Per Revenue Hour

    Citizen satisfaction with streets helps determine if the City is meeting the community’s infrastructure needs.

    Link to page