Ward 9 Specific Activity Breakdown

WARD 9 Q1 & Q2, 2018
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Q1 to Q2, 2018 Ward 9 compared to Total City
Animals 510 731 634 782 637 603 548 531 541 460 512 466 335 5.0%
Care of Streets 48 64 105 75 69 72 95 78 88 75 87 88 35 3.1%
Graffiti 11 30 38 24 30 14 6 3 5 6 2 0.3%
Noise 467 406 397 541 507 432 435 367 339 330 275 317 185 3.5%
Parking 715 850 1103 941 895 953 998 1184 1068 999 1128 1339 672 3.6%
Parks 47 72 72 68 50 63 78 30 68 18 58 67 10 1.9%
Property Standards 273 299 334 279 261 250 357 486 377 407 357 408 219 3.6%
Signs 130 222 211 97 111 135 100 90 152 148 205 91 39 6.4%
Zoning Enforcement 49 59 67 90 85 82 78 113 150 155 171 90 47 5.2%

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