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9 datasets found. Showing results 1-9 of 9 with the search term general government and community profile
The City of Boulder has conducted a survey through a consultant group that explored the community’s perceptions about whether Boulder is a safe and welcoming community. The result is a 35-page report, available as part of an Information Packet shared with Boulder City Council on Thursday, May 18, 2017. The 35-page report can be accessed at: https://bouldercolorado.gov/newsroom/may-22-2017-city-releases-results-of-safety-inclusivity-perceptions-assessment. These are the raw results. Across the City of Boulder's Open Data Catalog we have a number of datasets that are in the form of a community survey. The city conducts a great deal of outreach through surveys, in some cases these surveys gather similar information though the questions are raised to different members of the community, at different periods of time and with different intended outcomes.
Shows the areas and city buildings covered by Connect Boulder public WiFi.
Shows ConnectBoulder public WiFi usage for every public WiFi session, broken down by day and location. This dataset is split into 2 files due to large file sizes; all WiFi usage data older than 30 days is saved in the 'Historic' zipped file. Please note that a few days of public WiFi usage data are missing in these datasets due to one-time issues with data reformatting. In the main 'Public WiFi Usage' file, usage data from 10/26/2017-11/2/2017 is missing, and in the zipped 'Historic Public WiFi Usage' file, usage data from 10/19/2017-10/21/2017 is missing.
The goals and priorities presented in the Human Services Strategy were identified through a community engagement process. Engagement included telephone, online and paper surveys, focus groups, community meetings and curbside conversations. Through the engagement process, more than 2,000 Boulder residents and 70 community organizations participated. The included datasets only include the English phone and online survey results. Due to privacy concerns with the small sample size of the Spanish language phone and online surveys, those datasets are not included.
The City of Boulder FAQ usage data consists of annual summaries that give an overview of what information the public accesses on Inquire Boulder.
The City of Boulder Requests By Topic data includes information on every request visitors have submitted through Inquire Boulder. Inquire Boulder (http://inquireboulder.com) is a virtual city information desk that gives the public the opportunity to look up information and submit non-urgent service requests to the City of Boulder 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Shows all open datasets published on the City of Boulder Open Data Catalog. This dataset contains supporting information on all Open Data Catalog published datasets, including title, URL, date added, City Department, category, and Sustainability Framework category.
This dataset includes data related to the City’s social media post views on Facebook and Twitter. Data is broken down by year and month and includes metrics for: Facebook likes gained, Facebook reach, Twitter followers gained, and Tweet impressions. The data is derived from Facebook and Twitter each month. For a full description of the metrics and fields please view the included data dictionary.
A series of datasets related to website traffic for https://bouldercolorado.gov. The datasets include: * Visits today by hour * Top 20 pages today * Top 20 pages in the past seven days * Top 20 pages in the past 30 days * Device metrics for the past 90 days * Browser metrics for the past 90 days * Operating system usage for the past 90 days. This data is also displayed in chart format at https://bouldercolorado.gov/stats.