The Louisville Metro Open Data program is run by the Office of Civic Innovation and Technology to provide anytime access to the latest city data. This project has published 107 datasets for public viewing on the website using free open source software.
This online information center was developed by the city of Winston-Salem to promote open data, stimulate community engagement, and encourage innovation. This website provides public access to 46 datasets and features commercial, residential, developer and citizens app portals.
This public platform was designed by the city of Wichita to encourage community exploration of open data, development of apps, and engagement with local issues. This data portal contains 60 published datasets regarding utilities, transportation, education, public safety, etc.