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Baltimore City Street Outreach Information
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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.
- API data.opendatanetwork.com | Last Updated 2014-05-12T15:18:34.000Z
Permits issued by the Department of Buildings in the City of Chicago from 2006 to the present. The dataset for each year contains more than 65,000 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. Data fields requiring description are detailed below. PERMIT TYPE: "New Construction and Renovation" includes new projects or rehabilitations of existing buildings; "Other Construction" includes items that require plans such as cell towers and cranes; "Easy Permit" includes minor repairs that require no plans; "Wrecking/Demolition" includes private demolition of buildings and other structures; "Electrical Wiring" includes major and minor electrical work both permanent and temporary; "Sign Permit" includes signs, canopies and awnings both on private property and over the public way; "Porch Permit" includes new porch construction and renovation (defunct permit type porches are now issued under "New Construction and Renovation" directly); "Reinstate Permit" includes original permit reinstatements; "Extension Permits" includes extension of original permit when construction has not started within six months of original permit issuance. WORK DESCRIPTION: The description of work being done on the issued permit, which is printed on the permit. PIN1 – PIN10: A maximum of ten assessor parcel index numbers belonging to the permitted property. PINs are provided by the customer seeking the permit since mid-2008 where required by the Cook County Assessor’s Office. CONTRACTOR INFORMATION: The contractor type, name, and contact information. Data includes up to 15 different contractors per permit if applicable. Data Owner: Buildings. Time Period: January 1, 2006 to present. Frequency: Data is updated daily. Related Applications: Building Data Warehouse (https://webapps.cityofchicago.org/buildingviolations/violations/searchaddresspage.html).
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Salt Lake City Building Permits
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Kansas City, MO building inspections Housefacts standard v1.2
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Rent estimates at the 50th percentile (or median) are calculated for all Fair Market Rent areas. THESE ARE NOT FAIR MARKET RENTS. Under certain conditions, as set forth in the Interim Rule (Federal Register Vol. 65, No. 191, Monday October 2, 2000, pages 58870-58875), these 50th percentile rents can be used to set success rate payment standards. FY2010-FY2012. Note that data included herein are aggregated from individual files listed in main URL field below.
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Buildings data Kansas City, MO Housefacts v1.2
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This data set shows the location of Baltimore City's Tansitional and Emergency "Homeless" Shelter Facilities. However, this is not a complete list. It is the most recent update (2008), and is subjected to change. The purpose of this data set is to aid Baltimore City organizations to best identify facilities to aid the homeless population. The data is broken down into two categories: Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing. Please find the two definitions below. The first is simply “shelter” and the second is a more involved program that is typically a longer stay. Emergency Shelter: Any facility with overnight sleeping accommodations, the primary purpose of which is to provide temporary shelter for the homeless in general or for specific populations of homeless persons. The length of stay can range from one night up to as much as six months. Transitional Housing: a project that is designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to homeless persons to facilitate movement to independent living within 24 months. These data set was provided by Greg Sileo, Director of the Mayor's Office of Baltimore Homeless Services.
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Buildings data Kansas City, MO Housefacts v1.2
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Post-Katrina damage assessment conducted by City inspectors, published by address with breakdown by category. These data formerly supported the "Damage Assessment Wizard" web tool. Also see attachment 'DA_Categories' for insight as to how damage was assessed.