A smart city can level up residential areas by ensuring the fair distribution of common public service entities such as a grocery or medical store, and making speedy provisions for areas that are lacking in them.
Residential areas are the hub of domesticity within a city. To increase a city’s quality of life, these have to be a major focus of the administration. A smart city can level up residential areas by ensuring the fair distribution of common public service entities such as a grocery or medical store, and making speedy provisions for areas that are lacking in them.
Another way an aspiring smart city can make life better for its residents is by striving for maximum cleanliness in the area. Setting up garbage disposal bins at regular intervals and enforcing civic sense in the citizens in question. Training on becoming a model citizen and awareness of civic responsibilities can be ways to inculcate civic sense in the community. Strict fines/punishment must be imposed upon regular offenders. It is important to come up with an effective method of changing the long-established civic mindset of people – either through rigorous education or a system of strict, unyielding governance. Spitting, urinating and defecating on the public streets must be strictly banned.
Stray animals such as dogs and cows must be taken to a local animal shelter and cared for – eliminating the possibility of animal waste on Indian roads and also potentially providing additional employment and adoption opportunities. It is a long and arduous road to establishing an ideal residential area in a city, and there is effort required from both ends of the agreement if it is to be successful.