Clean Streets Index Grids 2016 Q3

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Publisher*
Description*
The Los Angeles Clean Streets Index, the first-of-its-kind, is a grading system of every street in Los Angeles. The Bureau of Sanitation drove and scored over 9,000 miles of streets and alleys - each segment received a "cleanliness score" from 1-3. Each street score is based on four factors: litter, weeds, bulky items and illegal dumping. This assessment is repeated every quarter. This assessment is for Quarter 2 of 2016. Los Angeles is leading the way as the only big city in the US conducting a regular cleanliness assessment of every City street.
Modified*
May 15th, 2017, 4:48 PM
Contact Point*
mayor.opendata@lacity.org
Access Level*
public
Rights
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Spatial*
-118.6682,33.7037,-118.1554,34.3373
Spatial Granularity
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Temporal*
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Distribution*
csv, kml, shapefile
Accrual Periodicity*
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Reports To
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Collection Protocol
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Conforms To
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Described By
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Described By Type
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Is Part Of
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Issued
2016-10-31 17:09:59+00:00
Language*
english
Funded By
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