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An app created to visualize and collect flow data for Tucson's rivers and streams created for Open Data Day 2018.
Programs to merge contact information (names, addresses, phone, etc) for non-profits who manage contacts in disparate systems.
TECH Tucson: Tools and resources for bringing tech groups together in Tucson, especially civic hacking groups
New website for Sustainable Tucson, built with Jekyll.
Home for the research related to the Code for Tucson wizardmaker project
Current Code for Tucson website
Making local AZ government info available to citizens.
Web-based search tool that displays useful information about an address entered and its surroundings.
Slackit server/integration to provide Slack invite button on Code for Tucson website
Public Slack organizations made easy
Making community resources more accessible
Hack for Change 2016 Water-Energy Nexus challenge.
A game where users must identify a city's neighborhoods as fast as possible
The Code for America Brigade Website
map of flash flooding and low water crossings in austin
Discussions surrounding the organization and management of Code for Tucson, so meta...
Online home of Tucson Women TechMakers
Our very own Jekyll website
Gather, curate, and feature stories of public servants and civic hackers using GitHub as part of their open government innovations
Code for Tucson - NDOCH - City SDK Project
A schedule app for the Code for Tucson National Day of Civic Hacking built with the newly released Polymer 1.0.
A single page web app for the Code for Tucson National Day of Civic Hacking 2015.
Project to create a central calendar for Tucson events
Data repository for open Tucson data