The Extranet for Large Cities is dedicated to French cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants, to share their knowledge and good practices of local management. The 4,000 permanent users, elected representatives and their staff exchange their experiences and benefit from the replies adapted to the specific local management issues of large cities.
Surveys are the main form of sharing of experiences among cities, which are then integrated in the database. Local governements can add a personal email alerts for the surveys they are interested in.
The 8,000 surveys and 4,300 documents are organized according to the different areas of local management: human resources management, environment, roads, city finances, city planning, education, infants and youth...
The database of local public services charges and fees is the only one of its kind in France. It is updated every year and offers online access to more than 500 bylaws regulating the pricing of municipal services managed by large French cities.
Users can also consult a synthesis of fees applied since 2002 across similar or standardised services.
The monthly newsletter, sent to more than 3,800 users, highlights a series of recent surveys posted by the large cities.