- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2017-11-22T18:13:07.000Z
The Annual Appropriation Ordinance is the final City operating budget as approved by the City Council. It reflects the City’s operating budget at the beginning of the fiscal year on January 1, 2018. This dataset displays the positions and related salaries detailed in the budget as of January 1. It is extracted from the personnel portion of the Appropriation Ordinance. The dataset presents the position titles (without names) and salaries described in the budget, but does not provide a reflection of the current city workforce with full names and salaries. Disclaimer: the “Total Budgeted Units” column displays either A) the number of employees AND vacancies associated with a given position, or B) the number of budgeted units (ie. hours/months) for that position. “Position Control” determines whether Total Budgeted Units column will count employees and vacancies or hours/months. If a Position Control is 1, then employees and vacancies are displayed; if a Position Control is 0, then the total number of hours/months recorded is displayed. For information on the current city workforce, with names, positions and salaries, visit the "Current Employee Names, Salaries, and Position Titles" dataset: https://data.cityofchicago.org/d/xzkq-xp2w.
- 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 2012-07-13T21:21:29.000Z
In addition to performing regular scheduled preventative rodent control, the Department of Streets & Sanitation (DSS) responds to site-specific customer rat complaints logged through 311’s Customer Service Requests (CSR) system. This metric tracks the average number of days the DSS takes to complete rodent baiting requests per week. Median days to complete requests as well as total number of requests fulfilled per week are available by mousing over columns. The target response time for rodent baiting requests is within 7 days. For more information on open rat complaints, see https://data.cityofchicago.org/Government/311-Service-Requests-Rodent-Baiting-2011-/97t6-zrhs
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2016-08-27T19:01:59.000Z
Purple dots indicate markets open past 9/30/2012. Chicago's Farmers Markets bring more than 70 vendors selling fresh fruits, vegetables, plants and flowers to neighborhoods throughout the City of Chicago. Markets are held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday around the city. Data Owner: Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Time Period: 2012. Frequency: Data is updated annually.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2012-03-26T21:42:31.000Z
Ward precincts, which function as local election districts, in Chicago. To view or use these files, compression software and special GIS software, such as ESRI ArcGIS, is required. To download, right-click the "Download" link above and choose "Save link as."
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2013-11-26T20:22:07.000Z
This dataset shows the 2012 School Progress Report Card data elements for each CPS high school. The report card is an annual summary of how the school is doing. For more information on the School Progress Report Cards, please see http://cps.edu/Schools/Pages/SchoolProgressReportCards.aspx.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2017-09-20T22:00:58.000Z
School profile information for all schools in the Chicago Public School district for the school year 2016-2017.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-07-11T20:45:28.000Z
The Chicago Building Scofflaw Ordinance (Section 2-92-416 of the Municipal Code of Chicago) is designed to prevent landlords that refuse or refrain from correcting ongoing building code violations from receiving city contracts, including those that subsidize housing. Building owners must have a least three residential buildings with uncorrected violations and have had three or more properties referred to Circuit Court within the applicable 12 month period to be eligible for the list. The building code scofflaw list is updated once a year on the first business day of December, and building owners may appeal being named on the list. Building owners with controlling interest in at least three residential properties that have habitual, extensive or serioues building code violations are now ineligible for any new city contracts in 2015. The following individuals or entities have been placed on the Building Code Scofflaw list for the entire calendar year.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-03-07T22:20:11.000Z
As described in http://bit.ly/311HistoricalPost, the function of this dataset was replaced by https://data.cityofchicago.org/d/v6vf-nfxy. This dataset is historical-only. This dataset contains all open 311 reports of one or two lights out on metal poles on a residential or arterial street and all completed requests since January 1, 2011. Whenever CDOT receives a report of a street light outage, the electrician assigned to make the repair looks at all the lights in a group (circuit) to make sure that they are working properly. If two requests regarding the same group are made within 30 calendar days of each other, the newest CSR is automatically given the status of “Duplicate (Open).” Since the electrician will be looking at all the lights in a group to verify that they are all working the “Duplicate (Open)” address will also be observed and repaired. Once the street lights are repaired, the CSR status will read “Completed” for the original request and “Duplicate (Closed)” for any duplicate requests. Data is updated daily.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-10-19T10:27:13.000Z
This dataset shows the location, first operational date, and approaches of the red light cameras in the City of Chicago. The approach describes the originating direction of travel which is monitored by a red light camera.