Hear from Justin Bibb, Senior Consultant at Gallup, and Stephen Hardy, mySidewalk CEO, on how resident surveys can help city leaders improve their communities.
In the second part of the Resident Survey Bootcamp webinar series, the City of Olathe, Kansas’ performance team - Ed Foley and John Page - deconstructed their approach to setting achievable performance targets.
The Anchorage Parks and Recreation Department keeps busy year round: with 223 parks, 82 playgrounds, 135 miles of paved trails, 110 athletic fields, 5 pools, and 11 recreation facilities, the Parks Department staff are never short on projects. Maeve Nevins, senior park planner, and Taylor Keegan, park planner, are implementing improvement plans for Anchorage parks. For two parks projects in particular, Maeve and Taylor used data and community feedback to inform their improvement plans. Through harnessing the power of both quantitative and qualitative data, they were able to understand the community’s needs and desires, ultimately garnering positive community responses for both projects as a result.