City of St. Petersburg Launches StPeteStat
St. Petersburg, Fla (June 11, 2018) – On Monday, June 11, the City of St. Petersburg launched StPeteStat, an interactive platform that uses live data to explore the work of the city. It measures performance, demonstrates transparency and encourages accountability.
Monday’s launch will include the following tools:
- Project Stat, a tool that looks at all current city development projects
- Performance Stat, a performance measurement tool for city departments
- Open Stat, data inventory that’s published for citizens to consume
Said Mayor Rick Kriseman: "We have been growing our stat program and integrating data into our work at City Hall for a while now, but this is truly the first time we've faced this amount of data outward so that our residents can learn more and hold us accountable. I couldn't be more excited to show off this level of transparency."
The initial launch includes data from a small group of city departments. Additional departmental data will be added as its collected.
In January of 2018, the City launched Stat Map, the first in a series of StPeteStat tools. Stat Map shows a snapshot by location of the city’s response to residents through code enforcement, SeeClickFix, and police calls for service. Residents are able to sign up for custom-tailored alerts and follow trends for anywhere in the city.
For more information, visit: www.stpete.org/stat.