- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2015-01-05T16:03:10.000Z
Structurally Balanced, Budget, Policy, Codified in the Code, Ordinances
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2015-01-28T17:30:22.000Z
Job Specifications for Executive Aide To City Manager
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2014-08-11T16:24:13.000Z
This is a pie chart of the percent of the FY14-15 budget allocated to each appropriation unit
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2016-06-24T20:02:42.000Z
Highly experimental and not yet reliable.
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2019-12-31T15:46:33.000Z
Land Bank Data
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2019-11-25T23:16:14.000Z
LISTING OF PROJECTS IN THE CITY'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS - Data comes from annual Capital Budgets. Many projects are listed more than once, because they appeared in more than one budget report. It is best to use "Year 1" costs only for each respective budget year to avoid double counting or use of costs that later changed. Projects with no costs in Year 1 should usually be excluded, because they may have never come to fruition. There are also separate items for each project fund. Projects are not listed separately if they were part of multiple-location projects that appeared as a single line item in a budget.
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2017-03-07T15:49:36.000Z
This audit focused on providing more in-depth data to elected officials and management regarding the financial condition of the city's aviation, sewer, and water funds.
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2014-10-01T21:40:21.000Z
APWA2500 SUPPLEMENT No 2 3-1-05 Master Public Works Construction Specifications
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2017-08-31T19:54:39.000Z
This data set contains asset ratings for the City's Roads, Bridges, and Street Lighting systems. This data is Citywide, and not granular to a specific piece of infrastructure. This is the same information that is reported to the Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Public Works has established a program to evaluate the condition of all pavements. The name of the program is the Street Distress Rating System (SDRS). This program rates all segments of pavement over a three year period. The program measures actual physical defects in the pavement system which can be observed and quantified through visual inspection of the roadway surface. Broad categories include cracking, patching, depression, and surface wear. The system calculates the Pavement Condition Index representing a value ranging from "0" to "100". The department's intent is to achieve and retain a system-wide average value of not less than "60". The value below 80 represents a system that needs repairs, and improvements. A rating of "90" to "100" would show an excellent condition, "80" to "89" good condition, "70" to "79" fair condition, and below "70", poor condition. The condition of bridges is measured using the Federal Highway Administration Rating System. The Federal system uses a measurement scale that is based on a condition index ranging from zero for a failed bridge to 100 for a bridge in perfect condition. The condition index is used to classify bridges and culverts in good or better condition (65 and 75 on up, respectively), fair condition (45 to 65) and substandard condition (less than 45). It is the City’s policy to maintain, on average, at least 75 percent of its bridge system at a good or better condition level. No more than 10 percent should be in the substandard condition. Condition assessments are determined every other year. All bridges are rated at least once every two years. The condition of street lighting is measured using a system designed by the City. The system uses a measurement scale that is based on an assigned condition index to a streetlight of zero for failing or 100 for passing each measured factor and measures 16 different factors. The condition index is used to classify street lighting in better condition ( 90 and up), good condition ( 80 to 89) and substandard condition (less than 80). It is the City’s policy to maintain an overall average of at least 90 percent condition rating (better condition rating) for the entire street light system. No more than 10 percent of the entire street lighting system should be below the better condition rating. Condition assessments are determined every year. Street lights are selected for condition assessments systematically by private contractor hired to assess and immediately repair all street lights inspected. The plan is to have 100 percent of all street lights inspected, with corresponding repairs, every two years.
- API data.kcmo.org | Last Updated 2016-12-08T18:33:04.000Z
A data set of all payments made to vendors in 2011. Checkbook level data. When analyzing this data be aware that the sum amount and voucher are unique amounts, the payment amount is the total of a check. A check often includes more than one voucher. As a result of the Red Flag Commission recommendations, Ordinance 970032 was passed by the City Council Jan. 23, 1997. This ordinance requires the city to publish a report every two weeks listing all city payments.