The Performance Measurement page displays various measures that the Township tracks from the Police, Fire, and Public Works departments. We use these figures to track day-to-day operations. Some measures will show areas of efficiency, improvement, and the general conditions that illustrate the nature of the job. The graphs presented on this page will update periodically.
The chart depicts the percent change in parking transactions from 2014 to 2019. Parking transactions made via the Pay Stations and MPay app users in Lots 1, 2, 4, and 5 are included. Hover over the data to see exact figures.
The chart depicts revenues generated from parking transactions in Lots 1, 2, 4, and 5 from 2014 to 2019. This includes transactions made via Pay Stations and MPay mobile app. Hover over the data to see exact figures.
This chart shows the number of burglaries into motor vehicles in 2018. This measure does not include stolen vehicles. Rather, it takes into account incidents when someone commits a burglary and leaves the scene.
Fraud incidents include counterfeiting, extortion, embezzlement, forgery, bad checks, credit card fraud, and identity theft.
Traffic stops typically arise from equipment issues (broken windows, etc.), moving violations, and careless driving.
*Rise in calls for 2018 can be attributed to the snow storm in March.
Polystyrene (Styrofoam) cannot be recycled curbside, but can be brought to the Public Works Yard. Once each container is full (approximately 200 pounds) the Department transports the material to Foam Pack Industries in Springfield, where it is then recycled.
This includes televisions, printers, and other consumer electronics.
Giordano Co. is the Township's solid waste and recycling hauler. Recyclable material includes the following: mixed paper, cardboard, plastics 1, 2, and 5, glass, and tin bi-metal.