The tracker features 50 policy priorities discussed during his campaign, including fiscal stewardship, transportation, public safety, education, affordable housing and neighborhoods. Each project includes a status update and is sorted by type.
“I intend for this commitment tracker to be a transparent resource for residents as well as an accountability mechanism for my team,” Cooper said in a statement. “Tracking my administration’s progress on these 50 commitments will help keep us focused on core priorities over the next four years. I campaigned with a 47-page policy platform, and I want to be clear that I intend to follow through on the commitments I made. I’m encouraged by the progress we’ve made in the first 100 days, and I recognize the important work ahead to make Nashville a city that works for everyone.”
The project database is expected to be updated monthly by the mayor’s office staff, according to the announcement.