Citygram is a notifications platform for subscribing to your city, whether it’s foreclosures in your area or building permits along your commute. Sign up to find out about the things that matter to you where they matter to you.
Sacramento Councilmatic is a tool for understanding and tracking what’s happening in the Sacramento Council.
CutePetsSac is a Twitter bot that tweets a random pet from the City of Sacramento’s Animal Care Services. We’re looking for someone who can lead this project by taking over the Twitter account and getting the word out about cute pets waiting to be adopted. Interested? Hit us up: pets [at] codeforsacramento [dot] org
Web App and Website for homeless and low income people to locate the resources they need that are closest to them. This project based on the Ohana API that was built by Code for America fellows in San Mateo
Data visualizations created by Code for Sacramento volunteers from city budget data. These visualizations show revenues and expenses, infographics, and allow you to build your own custom queries.
Walk Sacramento is a nonprofit community organization that needed a way to display manually collected data in a meaningful way. Code for Sacramento was able to help by feeding this information into a Google Fusion Table so it could be displayed on their website.
The Sacramento Housing Data Hub was inspired by a desire to provide community members with a common set of facts and data surrounding the complex issue of housing affordability in the Sacramento area. The site, a work in progress, is a comprehensive website to help Sacramento area residents understand the housing market, including for-sale inventory, single-family detached and multi-family rentals, subsidized affordable units, and more. The site will feature housing data visualizations, the relationship between housing costs, vacancy rates, income, and the local economy, explore existing and potential policy solutions, and catalogue the ongoing discussion at the federal, state, and local level.