Performance Measurement

The Performance Measurement page displays various measures that the Township tracks from the Police, Fire, and Public Works departments. We use these figures to track day-to-day operations. Some measures will show areas of efficiency, improvement, and the general conditions that illustrate the nature of the job. The graphs presented on this page will update periodically.

Downtown Parking

Data includes parking transactions from the Pay Stations and MPay users during the months of April to September from 2014-2017. This includes parking transactions in Municipal Lots 1, 4, and 5. Hover over the data to see exact figures.

The chart depicts the percent change in parking transactions during the months of April to September from 2014-2017. Parking transactions made via the Pay Stations and MPay app users in Lots 1, 4, and 5 are included. Hover over the data to see exact figures.

The chart depicts revenues generated from parking transactions in Lots 1, 4, and 5 during the months of April to September. Data was collected for the years 2014-2017, and includes transactions made via Pay Stations and MPay mobile app. Hover over the data to see exact figures.

Police

The dollar amount difference is the actual loss occurred for thefts. Example stolen motor vehicles, shoplifting, and all other thefts. The dollar difference accounts for items not recovered.

The chart indicates more warnings are given by officers than actual summonses. If summonses were written on each and every stop, the summons number would be higher than the traffic stop number.

This is the actual number of parking summonses issued by Police Officers and the Parking Violation Officers.

Commercial alarms are alarm activations by commercial/business establishments in the township. Residential alarms are alarm activations for residences in the township.

These are the vehicle crashes that occur in the township and a report is made by Millburn Police. 

Fire

​Public Works

Solid waste includes garbage, recycling, and all items recycled at the Public Works Yard.

Solid waste includes garbage, recycling, and all items recycled at the Public Works Yard.