The Next Step in Improving Citizen Satisfaction
Collecting citizen survey data is the first step in improving community satisfaction. But without the right data analysis and communication tools, actionable insights can stay locked away forever in static PDFs. Only when survey results are accessible, dynamic, and integrated with operational data will cities be able to find and tell stories that drive action and progress.
The mySidewalk Citizen Survey Data Boot Camp is a 90-day program that is designed to help city leaders use data to make significant progress on addressing dissatisfaction and increasing overall satisfaction. Enrollment includes access to an interactive dashboard we'll create for you and the entire mySidewalk analytics platform for one full year. Interested in enrolling?
Make smarter, data-driven decisions where they matter most.
mySidewalk makes analyzing and communicating citizen survey results easier so that city leaders can take informed action and create a measurable impact.
Our Citizen Survey Data Boot Camp will:
- Get all of your stakeholders on one page through the creation of a centralized resource that your entire community can access and understand
Conduct flexible and fast data analysis (no GIS or data science expertise needed!) to identify where and why satisfaction and dissatisfaction are occurring
- Communicate discoveries with engaging, interactive data visualizations
- Connect and collaborate with a network of smart,
data-driven peers addressing satisfaction and quality-of-life issues in their own communities
What's included in the Citizen Survey Data Boot Camp?
In addition to the 90-day Boot Camp, participants will have access to the following items for one full year:
A public (or internal) cloud-based dashboard that will blend mySidewalk data assets with your community’s citizen survey data. The dashboard will highlight citizen sentiment in an engaging environment that allows people to consume the data through interactive visualizations and storytelling. The result is an impactful, collaborative resource for measuring and tracking progress over time. The dashboard will be developed during the 90-day Boot Camp and then made available for users to customize, update, and share for one year.
mySidewalk Analytics Platform
Full departmental access to the mySidewalk Analytics Platform for up to one year after completion of the 90-day program. The Analytics Platform offers access to more than 2,000 pre-loaded data sets and the ability to easily upload local data, including operational data like fire/rescue, crime, 311, and more. Additionally, users can draw custom layers; correlate data sets; compare zip codes, census tracts, peer cities, council districts, block groups; and view trends and projections. While sophisticated, this platform does not require any GIS or data science training, and is easy to use for people of all technical skill levels.
Complete Citizen Survey Analysis
Deeper data analytics services will be offered from the mySidewalk data science team, including a complete diagnostic analysis of your citizen survey data. Based on months of research on more than a dozen cities’ survey results, mySidewalk has developed a proprietary series of unique, powerful transformations that help your city reveal, understand, and use survey results in new ways. The analysis will compare your results against the entire mySidewalk database to identify actionable correlations and the most significant relationships. The analysis will also include key findings from which you can identify clear, actionable next steps for your community.
Community of Practice
In addition to analysis and communication tools, we’ll help you connect with other like-minded communities across the country. You’ll have access to free webinars hosted throughout the entire year on topics like:
How to use Citizen Survey data to improve overall satisfaction and quality of life
How to use Citizen Survey data to pass bond measures
How to use Citizen Survey data to improve city communications
How to improve your strategic or business plan using Citizen Survey data
Kansas City Insights
Community: Kansas City, MO
Total Population: 481,420
Department: Office of Performance Management
The goal? Connect citizen survey results to actual conditions and outcomes utilizing a medium that is dynamic, engaging, and accessible for communicating progress to stakeholders.
How did mySidewalk help?
Read their story here.
You work hard for your citizen survey data. What’s it doing for you?
The next mySidewalk Citizen Survey Data Boot Camp begins in January. If you are interested in participating, email [email protected] to enroll and learn more about pricing. Or, simply click the link below.