Cost of living concerns
Cycling and pedestrian infrastructure
Defending property values
Financial discipline and debt reduction
Food and nutrition support
Investing in local businesses
Land use and development
Lower tax burdens
Maintenance of infrastructure
Preserving cultural heritage
Preserving neighborhood character
Reducing noise pollution
Upholding ethical practices
Goals & ObjectivesAt the highest level, community requirements can simply be goals, objectives or success criteria that are communicated by members of a community.
I need a reasonable place to live for less than $1200.
I require free transport to the senior's center.
I want to be able to safely cycle to work.
Kids should have a safe place to play outdoors.
Properly maintain the park.
Reduce crime in my neighborhood.
Functional RequirementsFunctional requirements are requests for functions and features of services, systems and infrastructure.
The bicycle path should be physically separated from the road.
The park should have lots of trees.
My street requires traffic calming features.
The bus stops should have a rain shelter.
The city should publish an annual maintenance schedule for the park that is open to review by the community.
The school requires a separate English as a Second Language (ESL) program.
Non-Functional RequirementsRequirements that specify the quality and character of things.
Buildings in the park should feel organic and blend into the natural environment.
The library should be accessible to people with disabilities.
The park should be safe.
Trains should run on-schedule 99% percent of the time.