0 Cost for "green" cars to park at any city meter; cost of parking during the holiday season.
1st Homeless overflow shelter facilitated by an Olympic host city.
2nd Congressional district seat he ran for in 1996 as the Democratic nominee, losing to Republican Merrill Cook.
5 Number of chiefs of staff during his administration.
7 "Freedoms from unreasonable public policies restricting personal choices and harming public heath," according to Anderson: juvenile gun offenses too lenient; wages too low; liquor laws too strict; unmarried partners should be able to adopt; sex education should be taught; late-night dancing should be allowed; air quality should be valued and improved.
7 Number of years the Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival has been held.
9 Number of people to serve as his media spokesman.
15 Percent Salt Lake City reduced water use from 2000 to 2006.
15 Miles of bicycle lanes added.
41 Number of SUVs he got rid of from Salt Lake City's fleet.
31 Percent global warming pollution emissions have been reduced from municipal operations.
31 Percent of appointments to city boards and commissions from the ethnic minority community.
33rd Mayor of Salt Lake City.
37 Percent increase of ethnic minorities in the city's work force since December 1999.
48 Percent increase of city officials and administrators from ethnic minority community since December 1999.
52 Percent of the airport's light vehicle fleet and 100 percent of its shuttle buses that operate using compressed natural gas.
58 Percent increase of ethnic minority employees in the mayor's office since December 1999.
62 Percent the city's fund balance increased by from 1999 to 2007 from $20.3 million to $32.6 million.
65 New bike racks installed downtown.
73 Days the mayor was out of town between mid-March 2005 to March 2006, including 10 trips for environmental conferences or meetings.
87 Percent recycling has increased since the city launched a curbside recycling program in 2001.
89 Percent increase in scheduled airport departures.
89 Number of city vehicles that run on natural gas.
100 Units in the Salt Lake City-partnered Sunrise Apartments for chronically homeless.
101 Percent the Capital Improve ment Program (CIP) funds in creased as a proportion of revenue.
120 Percent increase in nonstop destinations from Salt Lake City Internaional Airport.
250 Center-of-the-street parking stalls added to Broadway Boulevard and 300 East.
485 Salt Lake City tax dollars Anderson used to pay a "bar tab" in July 9, 2005.
530 Number of acres acquired or converted to open space during his administration.
900 South railroad line removed, and railroad quiet zone established.
2002 The year Salt Lake City hosted the world during the Winter Olympics.
10,000 Number of pedestrian reflector strips distributed as part of street-safety initiatives.
$7.5 million Amount of donation secured from Real Salt Lake for an Athletics Complex.
$10 million Amount of bond secured for The Leonardo.
$46 million Amount spent on affordable housing during his administration.
$220 million Estimated cost to taxpayers from legal battle delaying construction of the Legacy Parkway.