The first and foremost is the level and general value of the buildings. And always check if there is enough educated workers before adding more services. But those materials are being depleted sometime. Leisure is improved by adding parks and other recreational sites near residential buildings. At 50%, services will operate at only 25% effect, and at 150%, services will operate at 125% effect. So in general services should be running as close to 100% as possible.
What do we know so far?
Work from high percentages to lower ones until your buildings level up. However, the way zoning is managed in the game is more streamlined and automated as compared to Sim City.
There are numerous benefits of using high density zones, but there are also massive downsides as well. Residential buildings should be isolated from noise and industrial pollution, and will generally make up the core of your city. And always check if there is enough educated workers before adding more services. Online.
If your industries don’t produce enough goods then those goods will be imported.
It's obvious in hindsight, but I would not have guessed that noise has a negative impact on offices.
Oh well, hopefully a mod can fix it or something.
Plenty of schools in residential areas should be sufficient. Join. Cities: Skylines Wiki Active Wikis. It may be pretty confusing because it’s not clear what is meant under “services”. It means the common approach of offices near commercial may hurt levelling. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. City Skylines too few services often may be confused with low land value issue. Here's the weightings of services for offices: Skylineswiki. Also, the use of ambulances, garage trucks, and other vehicles greatly increases, adding to the issue. Your industries can’t get enough of raw materials.