The City of Brandon is committed to being open and transparent with its residents, and this means showing value for the taxpayer dollar. We are committed to publishing government data and we are working hard to improve your online interactions with local government. The City of Brandon’s online Open Government portal strives to show the public how it is working for them in a meaningful way.
The latest update to the portal, the Corporate Scorecard, is rooted in City Manager Scott Hildebrand’s mantra of “You can’t manage what you can’t measure”. With this Corporate Scorecard, citizens will know where their municipal government is focusing its efforts, where it is succeeding and, perhaps, where more attention should be focused. Future phases of the initiative will see comparative data brought into the measurement process, as well as the roll-out of additional goals and interactive features.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of the data on our Open Government website, please contact us here.
Search through enquiries made by councillors on behalf of citizens to City Administration. Administration's answers are published in a timely fashion and are recorded here for public access.
The Open Data Catalogue provides a single place to view and acquire all the datasets currently published by the City of Brandon.
These datasets can be used to create web apps or used as indexes to provide answers to your questions.
This is where we track the progress on the 10 pillars of the Roadmap for
Growth Strategic Plan. The Roadmap is a plan created around the collective vision of Brandon City Council and the City of Brandon.
The Corporate Scorecard is a tool that reports the results of long-terms goals and strategies of the departments that make up the City of Brandon Administration.
Goals like transit ridership, nuisance calls to 911 and number of trees planted are tracked here.