Subject: City Publishes 2013 Year-End Performance Measures Highlights
Greeley city government tracks its progress providing services to residents with almost 400 performance measures. These measures are a tool with which the City’s executive team and staff can target specific objectives that where created to address community priorities. These priorities are developed and adopted by the City Council annually. Priorities for 2014 include: Community Image, Public Safety, Economic Health & Development, and Infrastructure & Growth.
The highlights reports are published twice annually: year-end and mid-year. The 2013 year-end report is now available online and features 48 measures. Examples include: trends in Part I crimes in Greeley (down 1%); the number of youth registered in City sports programs (11,790); Fire Department Emergency Medical Service average response times (4 minutes, 15 seconds); traffic fatalities in the city (down 50%); number of rides given by Greeley-Evans Transit (up 8.9%).
Everyone is invited to take a few minutes and go to www.greeleygov.com/pmr
and read the highlights report. It’s a quick read—on average, it takes less than ten minutes. For more information, contact Betsy Holder at 970-350-9742 or firstname.lastname@example.org