March 7, 2023
Survey Results are live! See what Open Data Day attendees had to say about our 2023 Open Data Day program! We hope to see you next year. Have a question about open data? Submit a request now.
A fun, interactive map for exploring park amenities
2023 OPEN DATA CHALLENGE SUBMITTAL by Emma Paz & Katie Luciano
Can neighborhoods located on the Charleston peninsula reach the American Forests target 43.3% canopy cover to combat climate change impacts?
2023 OPEN DATA CHALLENGE SUBMITTAL by Jena Copely
Built by the city's GIS team, TideEye provides real-time data on tides, wind and road conditions.
At our 2021 Open Data Day celebration, the city released a Racial Equity Storymap that tells the history of race in the City of Charleston through maps.
See what our 2023 Open Data Day Attendees thought about our program. We're already looking forward to 2024!
The City will hold an Open Data Day program on Friday, March 3rd. More details coming soon!
Thanks to everyone that attended the City's first Open Data Day program! View our attendee survey! If you missed the event, the recording is available on the City's YouTube page.
On Tuesday, January 26, 2021 Charleston City Council adopted an open data policy to memorialize our committment to an open and transparent government.