- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2017-10-17T20:08:22.000Z
The dataset details 2018 Budget Recommendations, which is the line-item budget document proposed by the Mayor to the City Council for approval. Budgeted expenditures are identified by department, appropriation account, and funding type: Local, Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), and other Grants. “Local” funds refer to those line items that are balanced with locally-generated revenue sources, including but not limited to the Corporate Fund, Water Fund, Midway and O’Hare Airport funds, Vehicle Tax Fund, Library Fund and General Obligation Bond funds. Owner: Budget and Management. Frequency: Data are updated annually. For more information about the budget process, visit the Budget Documents page: http://j.mp/lPotWf.
- 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 2016-10-11T16:54:55.000Z
The dataset details 2017 Budget Recommendations, which is the line-item budget document proposed by the Mayor to the City Council for approval. Budgeted expenditures are identified by department, appropriation account, and funding type: Local, Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), and other Grants. “Local” funds refer to those line items that are balanced with locally-generated revenue sources, including but not limited to the Corporate Fund, Water Fund, Midway and O’Hare Airport funds, Vehicle Tax Fund, Library Fund and General Obligation Bond funds. Owner: Budget and Management. Frequency: Data are updated annually. For more information about the budget process, visit the Budget Documents page: http://j.mp/lPotWf.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-09-04T16:57:33.000Z
A list of the new redevelopment agreements executed in the Reporting Year. For the detailed reports for each TIF district for each year, please see https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/dcd/supp_info/tif-district-annual-reports-2004-present.html.
- 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 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 2019-04-18T00:49:59.000Z
Note: This filtered view shows only those service requests from the underlying dataset that are not marked as duplicates. -- All open graffiti removal requests made to 311 and all requests completed since January 1, 2011. The Department of Streets & Sanitation's Graffiti Blasters crews offer a vandalism removal service to private property owners. Graffiti Blasters employ "blast" trucks that use baking soda under high water pressure to erase painted graffiti from brick, stone and other mineral surfaces. They also use paint trucks to cover graffiti on the remaining surfaces. Organizations and residents may report graffiti and request its removal. 311 sometimes receives duplicate requests for graffiti removal. 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 reports/requests are labeled as such in the Status field, as either "Open - Dup" or "Completed - Dup." Data is updated daily.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2016-09-30T20:58:29.000Z
This metric tracks the number of young people enrolled in youth services per month. DFSS is committed to creating a premier out-of-school time system that provides young people the opportunity to participate in high-quality, safe, and structured programs. DFSS funds over 200 Out-of-School Time (OST) programs that serve youth between the ages of 6 to 18 years across the city of Chicago in five types of programs: Academic/Vocational Support and Enrichment; Science, Computer, and Technology; Arts and Culture; Sports, Fitness, Health, and Nutrition; and Innovative. Missing: These graphs do not include additional OST programs supported by other city agencies such as the Chicago Park District, Chicago Public Schools, the Chicago Housing Authority, etc. • Academic/Vocational Support and Enrichment - academic support, remedial education services, tutoring, literacy, and reconnecting youth with other educational opportunities • Science, Computer, and Technology - skills building focused on computer programming, software, and technology • Arts and Culture - promoting excellence in the arts through access, awareness and opportunities for creative expression, increased cultural awareness, and demonstrative skills concluding with an event, play or exhibit • Sports, Fitness, Health, and Nutrition - opportunities for physical activities and education that supports healthy choices and a positive lifestyle • Innovative – opportunities for youth ages 13 to 15 and 16 to 18 that provide customized projects supporting skills building in areas such as civic engagement, entrepreneurship, workforce development, and post-secondary education to prepare youth for the job market and life-long learning
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-09-04T16:56:50.000Z
Analysis on the annual TIF report to show the revenue, expenditures and changes in the fund balance for each TIF district during the Reporting Year. For the detailed reports for each TIF district for each year, please see https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/dcd/supp_info/tif-district-annual-reports-2004-present.html.
- API data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-12-14T12:17:04.000Z
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.