Create modern web applications that evaluate household data against eligibility rules for 31 different City, State, and Federal benefits programs (including SNAP, Cash Assistance, WIC, HEAP, and more).
Each year this program gives residents (over 11 years old), living within the 32 participating Council districts, a chance to decide how to spend millions of dollars on public projects around the city. This is the largest and fast-growing program of its kind in the United States.
The city launched their first emergency notification mobile app. Residents can get information about important city services based on their location for free. These notifications can also be customized to alert residents to disruptions, emergencies, and planned events nearby.
This project was developed following the city's landmark Open Data Policy. The SF Open Law Initiative publicly releases the city's laws in technology-friendly formats. This project makes the city’s laws easier to navigate, understand, and build applications from.
The city is using coding to implement live translations in Russian and Spanish when streaming government meetings. This project will allow hearing-impaired and non-English speaking residents to participate in local government in a way that they’ve never been able to before.