OpenGov: How to Use
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with several indicators of City operations.
In 2016, the City is adding the OpenGov tool for the use of citizens. It allows users to examine data for themselves by viewing charts and graphs or downloading the information into a spreadsheet. The City of Rosemount has engaged with OpenGov to assist with providing the public an interactive way to learn more about the City’s finances.
With this tool, users have an easy way to get answers to basic questions about City government. Try these examples:
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How much money has been spent from the City’s General Fund since the first of the year?
How does that spending compare to the last few years?
What’s the source of the money in the General Fund?
What’s been the trend of General Fund revenues the last few years?
Once you’ve chosen one of these options, you can explore further.
You can pick the type of chart, including pie, bar, or line
You can hover your cursor over the chart for more detail
You can click on the chart to dig for details on what’s shown
You can change the type of data you're looking at or filter for certain types of information
See details on how to use the OpenGov tool.
See frequently asked questions about features of OpenGov.
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