City of Fort Collins Community Performance Measurement Dashboard

Welcome to the City of Fort Collins Community Dashboard, a quarterly snapshot of the community’s progress in attaining key outcomes. This Dashboard reinforces the City of Fort Collins’ steadfast commitment to accountability and continuous improvement. Within the last decade, our organization has undergone transformational change. We’ve deliberately moved toward an open, data-driven organization focused on results. Through this Community Dashboard and other performance measurement initiatives we are tracking and reporting our overall progress toward community goals. We will continue our commitment to creating a vibrant, world-class community.

2019 Changes: After originally publishing our Community Dashboard in 2013, it has been modified every other year. Those improvements typically entail either replacing or modifying existing metrics to be more meaningful. Click here to see the details of the changes to the 2019 Community Dashboard.

Sincerely,
Darin Atteberry
City Manager

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Outcomes and Measures

 
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Outcome

(Last updated: November 21, 2019)
 
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Neighborhood Livability and Social Health

Fort Collins provides a high quality built environment, supports quality, diverse neighborhoods and fosters the social health of residents.

Q3 2019

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Culture and Recreation

Fort Collins provides diverse cultural and recreational amenities.

Q3 2019

Economic Health

Fort Collins has a healthy, sustainable economy, reflecting community values.

Q3 2019

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Environmental Health

Fort Collins promotes, protects and enhances a healthy and sustainable environment.

Q3 2019

Safe Community

Fort Collins provides a safe place to live, work, learn and play.

Q3 2019

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Transportation

Fort Collins provides safe and reliable multi-modal travel to, from, and throughout the City.

Q3 2019

High Performing Government

Fort Collins exemplifies an efficient, innovative, transparent, effective and collaborative city government.

Q3 2019