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Abandoned Vehicles Map
All open abandoned vehicle complaints made to 311 and all requests completed since January 1, 2011. A vehicle can be classified as abandoned if it meets one or more of the following criteria:All open abandoned vehicle complaints made to 311 and all requests completed since January 1, 2011. A vehicle can be classified as abandoned if it meets one or more of the following criteria: 1) On a public way in a state of disrepair as to be incapable of being driven in its present condition. 2) Has not been moved or used for more than seven consecutive days and is apparently deserted. 3) Has been left on the public way without state registration or a temporary state registration placard for two or more days. 4) Is a hazardous dilapidated vehicle left in full view of the general public, whether on public or private property. For some Open service requests, the vehicle has been towed but further action is required before the request may be closed. 311 sometimes receives duplicate abandoned vehicle complaints. If a vehicle is towed it remains as open, work in progress until it is redeemed, transferred or disposed of. The service request is not closed until there is a final disposition for the vehicle. Requests that have been labeled as Duplicates are in the same geographic area and have been entered into 311 Customer Service Requests (CSR) system at around the same time as a previous request. Duplicate reports/requests are labeled as such in the Status field, as either "Open - Dup" or "Completed - Dup." Data is updated daily.
311 Service Requests - Vacant and Abandoned Buildings Reported - Map
Data set contains all 311 calls for open and vacant buildings reported to the City of Chicago since January 1, 2010. The information is updated daily with the previous day's calls added to the records. The data set provides the date of the 311 service request and the unique Service Request # attached to each request. For each request, the following information (as reported by the 311 caller) is available: address location of building; whether building is vacant or occupied; whether the building is open or boarded; entry point if building is open; whether non-residents are occupying or using the building, if the building appears dangerous or hazardous and if the building is vacant due to a fire.
Sanitation Status Map
All open sanitation code complaints made to 311 and all requests completed since January 1, 2011. The Department of Streets and Sanitation investigates and remedies reported violations of Chicago’s sanitation code. Residents may request service for violations such as overflowing dumpsters and garbage in the alley. 311 sometimes receives duplicate sanitation code complaints. Requests that have been labeled as duplicates are in the same geographic area as a previous request and have been entered into 311’s Customer Service Request (CSR) system at around the same time. Duplicate complaints are labeled as such in the status field, as either "Open - Dup" or "Completed - Dup." Data Owner: Streets and Sanitation (http://www.cityofchicago.org/content/city/en/depts/streets.html). Time Period: January 1, 2011 to present. Frequency: Data is updated daily. Related Applications: 311 Service Request Status Inquiry (https://servicerequest.cityofchicago.org/web_intake_chic/Controller?op=createsrquery2) and Report Sanitation Code Complaint (https://servicerequest.cityofchicago.org/web_intake_chic/Controller?op=locform&invSRType=SCB&invSRDesc=Sanitation%20Code%20Violation&locreq=Y&stnumreqd=Y).
Potholes Patched - Last Seven Days
This map shows potholes patched in the last seven days, based on the corresponding 311 service requests at https://data.cityofchicago.org/id/7as2-ds3y.
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