Infrastructure Measures

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"I want a well maintained City where transportation and other infrastructure keeps pace with growth."
results 3 water main breaks and 75 pavement meets target; 2 needs improvement

Maintenance Report Card

Description: Measures maintenance condition of pavement, water mains, and sewer lines.

Results 2014: water main breaks: 3; sewer overflows: 2; pavement index: 75

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Importance: Reflects reliability of infrastructure; Redmond’s infrastructure has a low failure rate, indicating current maintenance practices are effective in preventing service disruptions

Target: Fewer than 12 water main breaks; zero sewer overflows; pavement measure greater than 70.

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Performance measure mapping: this measure has previously been reported in Community Indicators, and within Budgeting by Priorities documentation. 

 

results = 87%

Mobility Report Card

Description: Ratio of transportation system supply to system demand (“concurrency”); The ratio should remain above 1.0

Results 2014: Ratio of supply to demand was 2.1

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Importance: Illustrates the City’s commitment to develop transportation improvements concurrent with growth, which is required under state law

Target: 2030: ratio of transportation supply to demand will be balanced (1.0)

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Performance measure mapping: this measure has previously been reported in Community Indicators, and within Budgeting by Priorities documentation.



results 59% near target

Affordable Housing

Description: Ratio of supply of affordable homes in Redmond to demand for affordable homes, both for low- and moderate-income households

Results 2014: 1,393 affordable homes, meeting 59% of demand

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Importance: Redmond is a part of A Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH), supporting a region-wide effort to ensure a supply of homes affordable at low and moderate income levels.


Target: 2022 - supply and projected demand in balance: 3,723 affordable homes

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Performance measure mapping: this measure has previously been reported in Community Indicators, and within Budgeting by Priorities documentation.



results 38% meets target

Mode Split

Description: Percent of commute trips made by means other than single occupancy vehicles (SOV) among those working in Redmond

Results 2013-14: 38% mode split

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Importance: Significant aspect of developing sustainable transport within the City; reflects desire to shift modes of transportation from SOVs to more sustainable modes such as cycling, walking, and transit.


Target: 2019: 37% mode split for non-SOV trips; 2030: 45% mode split

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Performance measure mapping: this measure has previously been reported in Community Indicators, and within Budgeting by Priorities documentation.



new measure: results pending

City Facilities Condition

Description: Measures percent of City facilities that meet operating standards


Results: TBD

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Importance: Good stewardship of the City’s resources requires Redmond’s facilities to be maintained at a level that supports the delivery of City services and provides a safe and secure environment for residents and staff.

Target: Measure TBD after Facilities Strategic Management Plan is completed in the Fall of 2016.

Performance measure mapping: this is a new measure, not previously tracked.