The New York City Civic Innovation Fellows program help connect college students with civic tech opportunities and NYC community boards with civic tech resources.
This is a project by the flatiron school and BetaNYC to document NYC's Open Government history.
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Landing page for BetaNYC based upon Code for Hampton Roads
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Discussions: https://talk.beta.nyc/c/working-groups/citygram Website:
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An exhaustive reference to problems seen in real-world data along with suggestions on how to resolve them.
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Web content transformation proxies for open data API's
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Through a Freedom of Information request, WNYC obtained records from the Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement of 2,684 inspections looking for illegal short-term rental activity in New York City. The inspections occurred from October 2013 through April 2015.
WE call on Mayor de Blasio to implement a phased beta of a centralized FOIL site and support Intro 328-2014.
These cards are a historical treasure trove. They date from the turn of the century until the 1940s, and often contain floorplans, business uses, tenancy, original unit sizes, and rent rolls.
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We are scraping real time MTA alert data and capturing it in a database to visualize frequency, duration and time of different alert types (sick passenger, rail condition, police activity, etc.) on an interactive map.
The main information about Hurricane Irene preparedness & possible evacuations can be found in two PDFs: the hurricane brochure (750kb) and the map (1.5mb). There's also a Flash-based viewer of this PDF map.
A simple listing tool to keep track of current civic tech projects of the BetaNYC community.