The Needs Inventory is the list of the City's needs based on maintenance records, master plans, citizen input and Council recommendations. The Needs Inventory includes estimated costs for each project along with whether they are considered new, refurbished or rehabilitated construction.
This story map explains how the Office of Data Analytics and Business Intelligence uses GIS applications to draw on data from numerous city departments and the crowdsourced applications Waze and improve transportation within Dallas.
This story map references the applications WAZE Dashboard (arcgis.com) and Traffic Control Permits Dashboard (arcgis.com)
There are over 400 service requests types that are reported in the 311 system that affect the quality of life of our citizens, neighborhoods, and communities. The most popular service requests include but are not limited to animal services requests, high weeds, junk motor vehicles, and a number of other code compliance-related issues. Requests regarding streets and mobility (such as street and pot hole repair) are also common as well as requests to address environmental issues such as water conservation and air quality concerns.
This dataset represents all Service Requests related to parking violations for the fiscal year time period of October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021.