Raleigh Budget Explorer Maintaining
The City of Raleigh (IT + Office of Budget) has released a beta version of its first interactive Budget Visualization on May 19, 2015. This web application makes it easier to explore how your tax money is spent, both normal operating budgets and special capital projects. City of Raleigh employees built off of an earlier open source prototype from a Code for Asheville and City of Asheville collaboration, but there a lot of improvement that can still be done.
We are seeking feedback from ALL Raleigh citizens. This is your data. Your Raleigh. We need feedback, so let us know what you think!…
Cary Art Project Commenting
Open Data Policing NC Testing
Led by community partner Ian Mance at The Southern Coalition for Social Justice, this team is visualizing the data used to discuss racial profiling patterns in crime enforcement across police departments in NC. The website is meant to be a tool for Police Chiefs and the public for monitoring good community policing practices. See their 1hr presentation here
The technology development started in 2014 with 3 core members - Colin Copeland, Andy Shapiro, and Dylan Young. The project has been lauded by the White House Police Data Initiative, and…
Goals of the project:
- Provide existing Wake County trail data in useable formats to multiple platforms
- Allow citizens to improve trail data
- Crowdsource biking, hiking, and walking data from mobile devices to understand route utilization
NC Flu Shot Finder Commenting
The goal is to develop a single web/mobile application for use by all North Carolina citizens and facilities providing access to flu shot vaccinations. Code for Raleigh is looking for statewide partnership with civic minded groups from Charlotte, Cary, Durham, Raleigh through the Code for America Brigade network. The partnership would include major stakeholders from Health and Human Services Agencies to provide timely data.