Projects

Madison Open Data Portal

MW
Madison, WI
The Madison Open Data Portal has 148 published datasets as a public resource. This project provides tools for understanding city services including Neighborhood Indicators and the Active Living Index, visualizing datasets with interactive maps, and exploring city budgets.
Open Data+4
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Louisville Metro Open Data

LK
Louisville, KY
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.
Open Data+1
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Los Angeles Open Data

LA
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Open Data increases transparency by providing public access to 1,041 city datasets. This project also includes the GeoHub for downloading location-based data, the Open Budget for comparing budget proposals, and the Mayor's Dashboard for tracking performance metrics.
Open Data+3
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openLB

LB
Long Beach, CA
openLB is the city of Long Beach's open data portal for exploring, visualizing, and downloading publicly available data. This project provides access to demographic info, city budgets, mobile apps, public records, geospatial data, 100 health indicators, and 72 datasets.
Open Data+1
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Lincoln Open Data and Perfomance Management

LN
Lincoln, NE
Lincoln publicly tracks its performance for 8 major outcomes: public safety, livable neighborhoods, economic opportunity, efficient transportation, government accountability, public health, environmental quality, and city growth. This project has also published 121 datasets.
Open Data+2
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Lexington Open Data Portal

LF
Lexington-Fayette, KY
The Lexington Open Data Portal is a collaborative effort between the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and the community to publicly release city data in readable formats. This project currently includes 98 datasets and GIS information for over 175,000 unique locations.
Open Data+1
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UG Open Data

WC
Wyandotte County And Kansas City, KS
UG Open Data makes 39 datasets publicly available for review, interpretation, analysis, and research. This portal allows users to highlight spatial patterns, develop new applications, embed analyses, and even vote on which datasets should be prioritized for publication.
Open Data+1
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Jersey City Open Data

JC
Jersey City, NJ
Jersey City Open Data is a repository for maps, meeting notices, reports, other city information, and 370 datasets regarding housing, businesses, public safety, etc. This project was developed in accordance with the New Jersey Open Data Initiative to increase transparency.
Open Data+1
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JaxScore 1.0 Open Data

JF
Jacksonville, FL
JaxScore provides a snapshot of how various city departments are meeting city goals and priorities. This tool uses scorecards to publish basic metrics about city services and operations. This data is updated quaterly to keep taxpayers informed and to increase transparency.
Open Data+2
4
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OpenIndy Data Portal

II
Indianapolis, IN
OpenIndy Data Portal is a resource for scholars, entrepreneurs, and citizens. This project contains all data required by Disclose Indy, a plan to promote transparency in local government. This ordinance ensures public access to over 200 datasets regarding city information.
Open Data+1
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Waycare Crash Prevention AI: Pilot Program

HN
Henderson, NV
The city of Henderson is conducting a 7 month pilot program of Waycare services, a provider of AI mobility solutions, on two major intersections with high crash rates. This technology was developed to use vehicle data, cameras, and sensors to predict/reduce traffic fatalities.
Road & Traffic Management+3
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Open Data Houston

HT
Houston, TX
Open Data Houston is a platform designed to host city-wide open data. There are currently 247 datasets published regarding neighborhood services, permitting, city planning, flood hazards, etc. The goal of this project is to encourage civic engagement and improve transparency.
Open Data+1
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Honolulu Open Data Portal

HH
Honolulu, HI
The Honolulu Open Data Portal is a website, powered by Socrata, that provides public access to 74 city datasets. These datasets include basic information on the city budget, crime statistics, traffic incidents, neighborhood boards and landing zones.
Open Data+2
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Open Data Henderson

HN
Henderson, NV
Open Data Henderson is a website, powered by Socrata, that provides access to public city information to facilitate transparency and knowledge. The project currently includes 12 datasets regarding buisness licenses, permit data, demographics, crime rates, parks/trails, etc.
Transparency+2
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Glendale Arizona Open Data Portal

GA
Glendale, AZ
Glendale distributes GIS data on this portal as a public service. This project makes 25 datasets regarding administrative, infrastructure, land, and parks/recreation GIS data downloadable to promote transparency. The project also provides access to interactive maps and services.
Transparency+2
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Policy Changes for Solar Power

AN
Apex, NC
The Town of Apex eliminated significant barriers for citizens who want to install solar panels. The policy changes eliminated fees and increased the total capacity that is allowed on residential rooftops. They have now enacted some of the best solar policies in North Carolina.
Policy+1
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Mobile App for Social Services

DC
Durham County, NC
Durham County developed a mobile app for their social services. Citizens can easily update or submit their Food & Nutrition services, Medicaid, or Work First benefits right from home. The app should decrease turnaround time and allow residents to receive their benefits faster.
Citizen Services+1
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Court Date Reminder System

DC
Durham County, NC
Durham County’s Criminal Justice Center created a program to reduce the number of residents who miss their court dates. All they have to do is go to a website and put in their case number to be sent reminders. Reminders can be sent via email, text message, or phone call.
Citizen Services+2
1
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Data Center to Increase Efficiency

DC
Durham County, NC
Durham County has designed and implemented a new data center to ensure all applications and services will run at peak performance. The center will automate many tasks and improve processes. The center will support 2,100 enterprise end users and 315,000 county residents.
Productivity Solutions+1
Project Succeeded
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Solar Power for a Fire Station

DN
Durham, NC
A Durham Fire Station is the first fire station in the city to use solar panels to generate part of its electricity. The solar panels will pay for themselves within 12 years. This is part of a city wide initiative to be carbon neutral by 2040.
Facilities & Infrastructure+1
Project Succeeded
2
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Software Analytics for Better Policing

HP
High Point, NC
The High Point Police Department has been using a predictive software analytics database to improve its policing strategy. It helps police predict where certain crimes will occur. The database has helped police intervene in gang situations before it escalates further.
Emergency Preparedness+1
Project Succeeded
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1
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Police Alerts on Mobile App

BC
Boulder, CO
The Boulder Police Department launched a mobile app. Users have access to the department’s news, resources, alerts and more. An alert on the app alerted residents to an increased police presence due to a stolen vehicle. Citizens can make police reports right on the app.
Citizen Experience/Engagement+2
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Tracking Police Chases with GPS Technology

AC
Arvada, CO
Arvada was the first Colorado police department to implement GPS tracking technology for police chases. The technology allows pursuing officers to shoot a GPS tracker from their vehicle and onto the criminal vehicle. The officers can then stop the pursuit after tracking the car.
Emergency Preparedness+2
Project Succeeded
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1
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Fremont Open Data Portal

FC
Fremont, CA
The Fremont Open Data Portal was designed as part of the city's strategic transparency intiative to quickly and easily provide data to the public. Users are able to download GIS data (transporation, planning, landmarks, etc.) in various formats and the site is updated regularly.
Transparency+1
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