The International City/County Management Association conducts national surveys of all U.S. counties and ~8,000 U.S. municipalities with populations of 2,500 or greater on topics of interest to local governments, including forms of government, economic development, service delivery, and sustainability. The Penn Libraries acquire individual ICMA survey research microdata datasets on a case-by-case basis.
ICMA provides free online access to ICMA Survey Research poll results through the ICMA Survey Results Documents website.
By using your PennKey to access the ICMA data files below, you are agreeing to follow the appropriate-use guidelines on the ICMA Data Licensing Agreement website.
Do not distribute these datasets to other people.
An ICMA / Smart Cities Council survey on the priorities and activities of U.S. local governments related to smart-city technologies. The Smart Cities Council defines smart cities as communities that use information and communication technology to enhance livability, workability, and sustainability. The results of this survey provide insight into the current use of smart city technologies in the U.S., as well as key motivators and barriers to the adoption of these solutions.
|2016||Dataset : smartcities2016_clean_data_final.xlsx|
Questionnaire / Codebook : SCC_ICMA_Smart_Cities_Survey_code_sheet.pdf
Other documentation : ICMA_Survey_Codes.pdf
Other documentation : ICMA_survey_research_data_licensing_agreement.pdf
Other documentation : SCC_ICMA_Smart_Cities_Survey_cleaning_rules.pdf
Related report : 2016_smart_cities_survey_summary_report.pdf