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.
Read our 2023 Open Data Report to learn what we accomplished in 2022 and what we are working on in 2023.
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!
On Tuesday, January 26, 2021 Charleston City Council adopted an open data policy to memorialize our committment to an open and transparent government.
The mission of the Mayor's Office of Innovation is to foster a culture that values collaboration to drive resident-focused and data-driven solutions that improve delivery of services. We believe that empowering the use of data for our organization and community can transform the way we work and improve the programs and services we provide. This ultimately leads to improved quality of life for employees, residents, businesses, and visitors. Questions about our work? Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.