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311 Service Requests - Tree Trims 311 Service Requests - Tree Trims Service Requests
All open and completed tree trim requests made to 311 since January 1, 2011. The Department of Streets and Sanitation maintains all trees growing in the public way and performs regular maintenance trimming in response to 311 requests. Crisis trimming is performed on an emergency basis in response to hazardous conditions such as broken or hanging branches. Requests that have been labeled as Duplicates are in the same geographic area and have been entered into 311’s Customer Service Requests (CSR) system at around the same time as a previous request. Duplicate requests are labeled as such in the Status field, as either "Open - Dup" or "Completed - Dup." Data is updated daily.
FOIA Request Log - Fire FOIA Request Log - Fire FOIA
Beach Water Quality - Automated Sensors - Water Temperature Beach Water Quality - Automated Sensors - Water Temperature Parks & Recreation
Workforce Centers Workforce Centers Health & Human Services
Elevation Benchmarks Elevation Benchmarks Buildings
Public Health Statistics- Selected public health indicators by Chicago community area Public Health Statistics- Selected public health indicators by Chicago community area Health & Human Services
This dataset contains a selection of 27 indicators of public health significance by Chicago community area, with the most updated information available. The indicators are rates, percents, or other measures related to natality, mortality, infectious disease, lead poisoning, and economic status. See the full description at https://data.cityofchicago.org/api/assets/2107948F-357D-4ED7-ACC2-2E9266BBFFA2.
Average Daily Traffic Counts Average Daily Traffic Counts Transportation
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) counts are analogous to a census count of vehicles on city streets. These counts provide a close approximation to the actual number of vehicles passing through a given location on an average weekday. Since it is not possible to count every vehicle on every city street, sample counts are taken along larger streets to get an estimate of traffic on half-mile or one-mile street segments. ADT counts are used by city planners, transportation engineers, real-estate developers, marketers and many others for myriad planning and operational purposes. Data Owner: Transportation. Time Period: 2006. Frequency: A citywide count is taken approximately every 10 years. A limited number of traffic counts will be taken and added to the list periodically. Related Applications: Traffic Information Interactive Map (http://webapps.cityofchicago.org/traffic/).
Mental Health Clinics Mental Health Clinics Health & Human Services
Building Violations Building Violations Buildings
Violations issued by the Department of Buildings in the City of Chicago from 2006 to the present. The dataset contains more than 1 million records/rows of data and cannot be viewed in full in Microsoft Excel. Therefore, when downloading the file, select CSV from the Export menu. Open the file in an ASCII text editor, such as Wordpad, to view and search. Violations are always associated to an inspection and there can be multiple violation records to one(1) inspection record. Data fields requiring description are detailed below. VIOLATION DATE: The date the violation was cited. INSPECTION CATEGORY: Inspections are categorized by one of the following: COMPLAINT – Inspection is a result of a 311 Complaint PERIODIC – Inspection is a result of recurring inspection (typically on an annual cycle) PERMIT – Inspection is a result of a Permit REGISTRATION – Inspection is a result of a Registration (typically Vacant Building Registration) PROPERTY GROUP: Properties (lots) in the City of Chicago can typically have multiple point addresses, range addresses and buildings. Examples are corner lots, large lots, lots with front and rear buildings, etc.. As a result, inspections (and their associated violations), permits and complaints related to a single property could have different addresses. This problem can be reconciled by using Property Group. All point and range addresses for a property are assigned the same Property Group key. Data Owner: Buildings Time Period: January 1, 2006 to present Frequency: Data is updated daily Related Applications: Building Data Warehouse http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/bldgs/provdrs/inspect/svcs/building_violationsonline.html
Boundaries - Community Areas (current) Boundaries - Community Areas (current) Facilities & Geographic Boundaries
Current community area boundaries in Chicago. The data can be viewed on the Chicago Data Portal with a web browser. However, to view or use the files outside of a web browser, you will need to use compression software and special GIS software, such as ESRI ArcGIS (shapefile) or Google Earth (KML or KMZ), is required.
Street Closure Permits - Current Street Closure Permits - Current Transportation
Current permitted street closures in Chicago by location, date and type. Closures due to construction or other work being performed in the thoroughfare are indicated by the “Street Full Closure” permit type. Street closure permits are also granted for festivals, athletic events, block parties, parades, and movie or other filming. Data Owner: Transportation. Time Period: All closure permits for current day. Frequency: Data is updated daily. Related Applications: Today’s Street Closures (http://webapps.cityofchicago.org/StreetClosure/org/cityofchicago/streetclosure/cdot/getreport.do).
Debarred Firms and Individuals Debarred Firms and Individuals Administration & Finance
Entities, individuals or both are subject to debarment. The following list provides info regarding entities or individuals, date of debarment, length of debarment and cause. Lifetime debarment pertains to individuals, permanent pertains to entities. In addition, this list also identifies individuals and entities that are ineligible to do business with the City pursuant to Section 1-23-020 of the Municipal Code, and Building Code Scofflaws ineligible to do business with the City pursuant to Section 2-92-416 of the Municipal Code. Data Owner: Procurement Services. Time Period: Current list. Frequency: Updated as needed.
CDPH Environmental Records Lookup Table CDPH Environmental Records Lookup Table Environment & Sustainable Development
This dataset serves as a lookup table to determine if environmental records exist in a Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) environmental dataset for a given address. Data fields requiring description are detailed below. MAPPED LOCATION: Contains the address, city, state and latitude/longitude coordinates of the facility. In instances where the facility address is a range, the lower number (the value in the “Street Number From” column) is used. For example, for the range address 1000-1005 S Wabash Ave, the Mapped Location would be 1000 S Wabash Ave. The latitude/longitude coordinate is determined through the Chicago Open Data Portal’s geocoding process. Addresses that fail to geocode are assigned the coordinates 41.88415000022252°, -87.63241000012124°.This coordinate is located approximately just south of the intersection of W Randolph and N LaSalle. COMPLAINTS: A ‘Y’ indicates that one or more records exist in the CDPH Environmental Complaints dataset. NESHAPS & DEMOLITON NOTICES: A ‘Y’ indicates that one or more records exist in the CDPH Asbestos and Demolition Notification dataset. ENFORCEMENT: A ‘Y’ indicates that one or more records exist in the CDPH Environmental Enforcement dataset. INSPECTIONS: A ‘Y’ indicates that one or more records exist in the CDPH Environmental Inspections dataset. PERMITS: A ‘Y’ indicates that one or more records exist in the CDPH Environmental Permits dataset. TANKS: A ‘Y’ indicates that one or more records exist in the CDPH Storage Tanks dataset. Each 'Y' is a clickable link that will download the corresponding records in CSV format.
Chicago Police Department - Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting (IUCR) Codes Chicago Police Department - Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting (IUCR) Codes Public Safety
Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting (IUCR) codes are four digit codes that law enforcement agencies use to classify criminal incidents when taking individual reports. These codes are also used to aggregate types of cases for statistical purposes. In Illinois, the Illinois State Police establish IUCR codes, but the agencies can add codes to suit their individual needs. The Chicago Police Department currently uses more than 350 IUCR codes to classify criminal offenses, divided into “Index” and “Non-Index” offenses. Index offenses are the offenses that are collected nation-wide by the Federal Bureaus of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reports program to document crime trends over time (data released semi-annually), and include murder, criminal sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault & battery, burglary, theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. Non-index offenses are all other types of criminal incidents, including vandalism, weapons violations, public peace violations, etc.
Average Electricity Usage per Square Foot by Community Area Average Electricity Usage per Square Foot by Community Area Environment & Sustainable Development
Displays several units of energy consumption for households, businesses, and industries in the City of Chicago during 2010. Electric The data was aggregated from ComEd and Peoples Natural Gas by Accenture. Electrical and gas usage data comprises 88 percent of Chicago's buildings in 2010. The electricity data comprises 68 percent of overall electrical usage in the city while gas data comprises 81 percent of all gas consumption in Chicago for 2010. Census blocks with less than 4 accounts is displayed at the Community Area without further geographic identifiers. This dataset also contains selected variables describing selected characteristics of the Census block population, physical housing, and occupancy.
Lobbyist Data - Lobbyist Registry - 2012 to present Lobbyist Data - Lobbyist Registry - 2012 to present Ethics
All lobbyist registration filings submitted to the Board of Ethics beginning with the 2012 reporting period. / All lobbyists must register with the City of Chicago Board of Ethics by filing a Statement of Registration within five business days of engaging in lobbying activity and annually thereafter by January 20th. Lobbyist registration information is submitted to the Board of Ethics in paper form and is available in its entirety in the Board's offices. The Board has, since 2000, compiled and posted static lists of all lobbyists and their clients online. Previous policy did not require the Board of Ethics to prioritize the reporting of all data available from paper filings. From this point forward, the Board of Ethics will electronically compile more data about lobbyists and their activities and automatically report this information online.
Life Safety Evaluations Life Safety Evaluations Buildings
This dataset is a listing of the report status of all residential buildings required to submit a Life Safety Evaluation under city ordinance. Because the Chicago building code has since 1975 required new high-rise residential buildings to be constructed with sprinkler systems, the Life Safety Ordinance mostly impacted high-rise residential buildings constructed prior to 1975. This dataset does not describe the overall safety of a building, only whether or not the life safety evaluation was submitted and approved by the City of Chicago. Please note that the majority of reports “failed” initially as a result of a new reporting process and changes to building standards. For more information on the City’s life safety ordinance, visit http://bit.ly/ygORcq. Data Owner: Buildings. Frequency: Data is updated monthly.
311 Service Requests - Sanitation Code Complaints 311 Service Requests - Sanitation Code Complaints Service Requests
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).
Business Owners Business Owners Community & Economic Development
This dataset contains the owner information for all the accounts listed in the Business License Dataset, and is sorted by Account Number. To identify the owner of a business, you will need the account number or legal name, which may be obtained from theBusiness Licenses dataset: https://data.cityofchicago.org/dataset/Business-Licenses/r5kz-chrr. Data Owner: Business Affairs & Consumer Protection. Time Period: 2006 to present. Frequency: Data is updated daily.
Boundaries - Neighborhoods Boundaries - Neighborhoods Facilities & Geographic Boundaries
Active Taxi Vehicle Models - Graph Active Taxi Vehicle Models - Graph Community & Economic Development
A public passenger vehicle is a vehicle used for the transportation of passengers for hire by a public chauffeur. The list of public passenger vehicles includes licensed taxicabs (medallions), liveries, ambulances, medicars, charter-sightseeing buses, horse-drawn carriages, and pedicabs. For more information, please see http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/bacp/supp_info/bacppublicvehicles.html.
Broadband Innovation Zones Broadband Innovation Zones Community & Economic Development
The Broadband Innovation Zones are commercial and industrial corridors the City of Chicago has initially targeted for the private provision of gigabit or near-gigabit broadband speeds for businesses, universities and schools, hospitals, research institutions, and other community organizations. The goal of this initiative is to foster innovation, drive job creation, and stimulate economic growth through the provision of ultra-high-speed internet service at prices substantially below current market rates. To achieve this goal, the City has solicited proposals from qualified vendors to provide these services.
FOIA Request Log - Police FOIA Request Log - Police FOIA
Neighborhood Health Clinics - Historical Neighborhood Health Clinics - Historical Health & Human Services
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