Number of Noise Complaints
- Analysis of Performance
- Metric Definition
- Why Is This Important?
- City Organization Impact on Performance
- Benchmark Information
Analysis of Performance
Year-to-date complaints are up 7% from 2013, which exceeds the 10% reduction target. We continue to focus efforts on reducing the number of noise complaints, especially in the coming months when the off-campus student population and the number of noise complaints is expected to rise.
This measures the number of noise complaints in a hot-spot area determined by the previous calendar year. The area is defined from Prospect Rd./Taft Hill Rd. northeast to Mulberry St./Shields St.
Why Is This Important?
Quality-of-life issues, such as noise, are a concern given Fort Collins' demographic makeup. The number of noise complaints is seasonal and impacted by the student population.
City Organization Impact on Performance
Low - The CityÃ†s impact to noise complaints is primarily a reactionary process with Police Services receiving a noise complaint and initializing noise mitigation procedures. However, the City has adopted proactive efforts to help reduce the number of noise complaints through cooperative relationships with other stakeholders such as CSU and the new Party Registration program.
This metric contains no benchmark data due to Fort CollinsÃ† unique method of counting the number of noise complaints within a Ã´hot-spot.Ã¶ This method of counting is preferred because it more accurately assesses the impact of the CityÃ†s efforts to curb noise violations within the hot-spot area..