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Strategic Measure_TPL ParkScore Data

The Austin Parks and Recreation System's ranking on the Trust for Public Land ParkScore Index. This index ranks the park systems of the 100 largest cities in the U.S. based on park acreage, park size, park funding, park access, and a variety of other factors.

This data set supports HE.C.2 of SD23.

Data Source: Trust for Public Land (TPL) ParkScore Analysis

Calculation Method: The ParkScore is assessed by the Trust for Public Land

Survey and Analysis. The areas that make up the ParkScore categories include adequate acreage in proportion to a city’s population, services/amenities and investment, and parkland access. The ParkScore Ranking is based on a comparison of 100 participating cities in the United States, and a city’s ranking is based on a composite of their raw score in each category. The higher the score, the lower the ranking number you are on the list of 100 cities. The most desirable ranking on the list is one, currently Austin is ranked 43 out of 100.

Measure Time Period: Annually (Calendar Year)

Automated: No

Date of last description update: 4/1/2020

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NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
2017_2017_2017Text
2020_2020_2020TextInformation for 2020
2019_2019_2019Text
2015_2015_2015Text
2014_2014_2014Text
2018_2018_2018Text
Survey Questionsurvey_questionsurvey_questionText
2016_2016_2016Text
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