Average Response Time of Cases Submitted to Access Fort Collins
- Analysis of Performance
- Metric Definition
- Why Is This Important?
- City Organization Impact on Performance
- Benchmark Information
Analysis of Performance
In the first quarter 805 cases were submitted through Access Fort Collins, reflecting the seasonal variability of total AFC use, as the number of code violation reports decreases in the winter. Nuisance reports, including seasonal concerns of unshoveled sidewalks and street snow removal, were the most common topics this quarter. The average response time increased slightly to 2.22 days, but remains well below the 10-day response policy, and our internal target response time of less than 3 business days.
Total cases submitted online or via mobile application, including Council Member and City Manager requests (SARs). Average Response Time is the average number of business days from when a case is submitted to when a staff response is sent.
Why Is This Important?
Average response time is a customer service metric that indicates staff responsiveness to citizen and Council questions, comments and service requests. The total number of cases reflects the system use, which is important because the system was implemented to make it more convenient for citizens and Council to contact City staff and know that they will get a response.
City Organization Impact on Performance
High - Result is completely dependent on staff prioritization to respond to cases submitted.
Benchmarking in progress