Toronto’s Dashboard is an interactive dashboard with over 65 social and economic indicators and provide high-level trends and directions on key topics related to the City as a whole and the services that the city provides. This video tutorial provides useful information about how to use some of the key features of the Dashboard. See below for additional information on the purpose, partners, and contact for Toronto’s Dashboard.
Toronto’s Dashboard is an interactive dashboard with over 65 social and economic indicators and provide high-level trends and directions on key topics related to the City as a whole and the services that the city provides. Toronto’s dashboard is updated on a quarterly basis, or when the data becomes available.
We greatly appreciate the support from our partners and would like to thank them for their contributions to this project.
Daily Bread Food Bank
Economic Development & Culture
Municipal Licensing & Standards
Parks, Forestry & Recreation
Shelter, Support & Housing Administration
Solid Waste Management Services
Toronto Police Service
Toronto Public Library
Toronto Transit Commission
Developers of this Dashboard:
Social Development, Finance & Administration
City Manager’s Office
Toronto’s Dashboard provides high-level information about city-wide trends, but there are many other useful resources and data sets available to help you understand trends about the City, including:
COVID-19 Monitoring Dashboard: Toronto Public Health’s Monitoring Dashboard of COVID-19.
CityInSight Visualization Tool: A tool that allows users to use data from the City’s TransformTO Climate Action Strategy to develop data visualizations, including projected emissions for Toronto.
HousingNow Projects: Users can access information about how the City is creating mixed-income communities on public lands including new projects.
Population Health Status Indicator (PHSI) Dashboard: The PHSI dashboard is an interactive data visualization tool that provides highlights and key information on population health status indicators for the City of Toronto. These surveillance indicators were developed by Toronto Public Health.
Public Safety Data Portal: Provides users with access to information on major crime indicators, traffic, and shooting & firearm discharges based on information provided by the Toronto Police Service.
Raising the Village: Allows users to explore over 100 indicators on how children and families are doing in Toronto
Shelter System Flow Dashboard: Allows users to access information about people experiencing homelessness who are entering and leaving the City of Toronto shelter system.
Vision Zero Dashboard: This dashboard allows users to track progress the City is making on a variety of different safety initiatives as we work together to accomplish our Vision Zero goals.
Wellbeing Toronto: Allows users to select a number of datasets at the neighbourhood level and have the results appear instantly as a map, tables and graphs, all downloadable. You can also view services and facilities such as schools, community centres, and libraries.
The City provides this service to the public on an “as is”, “as available”, basis. The City does not make any express or implied warranties, representations or endorsements with respect to the application. Although the City makes reasonable efforts to keep the information available through the application up-to-date, errors can occur in recording some transactions, and delays can occur in reporting information, affecting the accuracy of the information.
The City is not responsible for, and will not be liable to you or anyone else, for any damages whatsoever, including any indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, arising out of or in connection with your use of, or inability to use, the application.
If you require assistance with this dashboard, please contact our team at Results-BasedAccountability@toronto.ca
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