Residents interested in learning how effectively the City is delivering services to them can log on to www.okc.gov and read Oklahoma City’s 2011 Performance Report. (PDF)
The 20-page document highlights Oklahoma City’s performance and is organized by City Council’s nine priorities:
“This report is our way of demonstrating city government accountability in how we effectively deliver services that are funded by your tax dollars,” City Manager Jim Couch said.
Residents have the opportunity to complete an online survey (external site) at the end of the report to let the City know their thoughts on the readability of the report and the usefulness of the information.
The City unveiled an associated web application in August that lets residents review over 1,000 performance measures relating to city services. Performance data is tracked throughout the year by each City department and comes from multiple sources, including surveys and department reports.
Those without access to the internet can call (405) 297-2257 and have a copy of the performance report mailed to them.