2007 Digital Cities Survey
Top Digital Cities for 2007November 13, 2007
Center for Digital Government
The Center for Digital Government today released results of the seventh annual 2007 Digital Cities Survey which examines how cities use technology to create a seamless environment between local government and constituents.
"This year's winners have really raised the bar for cities," said Cathilea Robinett, executive director for the Center for Digital Government. "Digital technology connects citizens with their government on a level never before achieved."
The survey is open to all U.S. cities with a population of 30,000 or more and respondent cities are classified into four size-based categories.
Winners with 250,000 or more population:
- 1st City of Aurora, Colo.
- 2nd City of Virginia Beach, Va.
- 3rd City of Tampa, Fla. (tie)
3rd City of Tucson, Ariz. (tie)
- 4th Metropolitan Gov't of Nashville and Davidson Co. Tenn. (tie)
4th City of Riverside, Calif. (tie)
- 5th City of Kansas City, Mo. (tie)
5th City of San Diego (tie)
- 6th City of Miami (tie)
6th City of Phoenix (tie)
- 7th City of Colorado Springs, Colo.
- 8th City of Honolulu
- 9th Washington, D.C.
- 10th City of Mesa, Ariz.
Winners will be honored at a special awards ceremony in New Orleans on November 15.
The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government. The Center is a business division of e.Republic, Inc., a publishing, media and research firm based in Folsom, CA.