- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-03-11T21:12:45.000Z
The full list of buildings required to comply with the Chicago Energy Benchmarking Ordinance. As of 2016, this list includes all commercial, institutional, and residential buildings larger than 50,000 square feet. The information in this dataset should be used by building owners / managers or other building representatives to determine if your property needs to comply by the annual deadline of June 1st. This data can also be used to look up your property's unique 6-digit Chicago Energy Benchmarking ID, which is required for compliance. (The ID is also included the notification letters sent by the City.) The Energy Benchmarking Ordinance calls on existing municipal, commercial, and residential buildings larger than 50,000 square feet to track whole-building energy use, report to the City annually, and verify data accuracy every three years. The law, which phases in from 2014-2017, covers less than 1% of Chicago’s buildings, which account for approximately 20% of total energy used by all buildings. For more details, including ordinance text, rules and regulations, and timing, please visit www.CityofChicago.org/EnergyBenchmarking. Note that the ordinance authorizes the City to make individual building data readily-available to the public, beginning with the second year in which a building is covered. The Covered Buildings List is distinct from the publicly-shared energy use data, and does not include energy use or any other information reported in the benchmarking process. For the building-specific energy use dataset, see https://data.cityofchicago.org/d/xq83-jr8c. If your property is on this list, and you do not believe you are covered by the ordinance, please submit the appropriate online exemption form at: www.CityofChicago.org/EnergyBenchmarking. If your property is not on the list, and it meets the compliance criteria, please check for any alternative building addresses. If the building is still not found, please submit the Building ID Request Form (http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/mayor/iframe/Benchmarking_ID_Request.html). The Chicago Energy Benchmarking Help Center can assist with any other questions, and can be reached at (855)858-6878, or by email: Info@ChicagoEnergyBenchmarking.org. This dataset will be refreshed periodically as additional information becomes available. It is advisable to use the then-current version of any dataset, if possible.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-11-13T12:51:34.000Z
Permits issued by the Department of Environment (DOE) from January 1993 to December 31, 2011 and by the Department of Public Health (CDPH) since January 1, 2012. On January 1, 2012, the DOE was disbanded and all its inspection, permitting, and enforcement authorities were transferred to the CDPH. Data fields requiring description are detailed below. APPLICATION ID: This is the unique id of the issued permit. Permits from the historic DOE are prefixed with “DOE.” Permits issued by CDPH are prefixed with “ENV_” APPLICATION NAME: This is the name of the site that is being permitted. This is usually the company/owner name, address, or building name. MAPPED LOCATION: Contains latitude/longitude coordinates of the site as determined through the Chicago Open Data Portal’s geocoding engine. In instances where the facility address is a range, the lower number (the value in the “Street Number From” column) is used for geocoding. For example, for the range address 1000-1005 S Wabash Ave, the Mapped Location would be the coordinates for 1000 S Wabash Ave. APPLICATION TYPE: "ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANK" Permits to install or remove an Above Ground Storage Tank (AST) for dispensing and non-dispensing with a volume greater than 110 gallons. For more information go to http://tinyurl.com/bg7yrvx. "UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK" Permits to install, upgrade, repair, remove, abandon a UST or install an interior lining or Stage II vapor recovery systems in a UST. For more information go to http://tinyurl.com/bkqa8a8. “AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT” Permits to install, operate, erect, construct, reconstruct, alter or add a piece of process equipment, process area, or air pollution control equipment and for sandblasting, grinding or chemical washing of any building, facility, statue or other architectural surface. This also includes annual certificate of operation (COO) for regulated process equipment, process area, or air pollution control equipment as defined in 11-4-610 of the Municipal Code. For more information go to http://tinyurl.com/az7ph79 . “RECYCLING FACILITY” Permits for recycling facilities including but not limited to junkyards, scrap metal, vehicle, vehicle parts, clean construction and demolition debris, and composting facilities. For more information go to http://tinyurl.com/azzpa93 . “WASTE HANDLING FACILITY” Permits for solid waste transfer stations, liquid waste facilities, and permanent rock crushing facilities. For more information, refer to Chapter 11-4 Article IX and Article XIV of the Municipal Code at http://tinyurl.com/crvyb29. “TEMPORARY ROCK CRUSHING” Permits to temporarily process concrete debris at the construction or demolition site. For more information go to http://tinyurl.com/a6atybq. APPLICATION SUBTYPE: The specific work type being permitted as applicable. STATUS: The current status of the permit (e.g. Open, Closed, Stop Work, etc.). ISSUE/ENTRY DATE: For historic DOE records, this date is the issue date of the permit. For CDPH records, this is either the date the permit was issued, or the date the permit application was entered into the database. EXPIRATION DATE: This is the permit expiration date. Not all permits may have an expiration date. Some permits are renewed annually or every three years. If the applicant does not renew, the permit Status will be set to “Closed.” COMMENT: Contains general comments and permit-specific information. DATA SOURCE: The city department that collected the data.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2017-06-12T20:20:26.000Z
To combat lead poisoning through the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention and Healthy Homes Program, the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) works to enforce city and state laws regarding lead paint by dispatching building inspectors to identify lead hazards in homes and apartments and hold property owners accountable for making repairs required by law. This metric tracks the total number of initial lead inspections CDPH performs per month. The performance goal is 100 inspections per month. For more information about CDPH’s lead poisoning prevention programs, or to report elevated blood lead levels, see the Environmental Health Division at http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdph/provdrs/environ_health.html
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-11-18T12:22:30.000Z
The definition of violations changed on 7/1/2018, as discussed in http://bit.ly/2yWd2JB. This filtered view shows inspections prior to the change. --This information is derived from inspections of restaurants and other food establishments in Chicago from January 1, 2010 to the present. Inspections are performed by staff from the Chicago Department of Public Health’s Food Protection Program using a standardized procedure. The results of the inspection are inputted into a database, then reviewed and approved by a State of Illinois Licensed Environmental Health Practitioner (LEHP). For descriptions of the data elements included in this set, go to http://bit.ly/tS9IE8 Disclaimer: Attempts have been made to minimize any and all duplicate inspection reports. However, the dataset may still contain such duplicates and the appropriate precautions should be exercised when viewing or analyzing these data. The result of the inspections (pass, pass with conditions or fail) as well as the violations noted are based on the findings identified and reported by the inspector at the time of the inspection, and may not reflect the findings noted at other times. For more information about Food Inspections, go to https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdph/provdrs/healthy_restaurants/svcs/food-protection-services.html.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2012-09-07T22:34:58.000Z
KML file of fishing lakes in Cook County with contours. To view or use these files, special GIS software such as Google Earth is required
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-10-08T15:37:28.000Z
List of free flu clinics offered throughout Chicago, either by the Department of Public Health or in collaboration with it. Unlike older versions of the flu shot datasets, this one combines multiple years and will grow over the years. Seasons are now identified by the years they span (e.g., 2018-2019) instead of the year in which they begin (e.g., 2018). Each season has a filtered view showing only records from that season. These filtered views can be used for almost all purposes as if they were datasets. This dataset approximately follows https://github.com/codeforamerica/flu-shot-spec/blob/master/data-format.csv and is designed for use by https://github.com/tkompare/chicagoflushots. For more information about the flu, go to https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdph/provdrs/flu.html.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2016-08-24T03:56:38.000Z
Locations provided by the city to recycle Christmas trees from January 4 through January 18, 2014. For more information, see http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/streets/provdrs/streets_san/news/2013/dec/city-of-chicago-to-offer-christmas-tree-recycling-at-23-citywide.html
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-07-11T20:42:30.000Z
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.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2012-11-30T19:49:58.000Z
List of Chicago Department of Public Health free flu clinics offered throughout the city. For more information about the flu, go to http://bit.ly/9uNhqG.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-02-20T18:04:06.000Z
The Chicago Building Energy Use Benchmarking Ordinance calls on existing municipal, commercial, and residential buildings larger than 50,000 square feet to track whole-building energy use, report to the City annually, and verify data accuracy every three years. The law, which phases in from 2014-2017, covers less than 1% of Chicago’s buildings, which account for approximately 20% of total energy used by all buildings. For more details, including ordinance text, rules and regulations, and timing, please visit www.CityofChicago.org/EnergyBenchmarking The ordinance authorizes the City to share property-specific information with the public, beginning with the second year in which a building is required to comply. This view shows data for a single year.