May, 30 2018
We want to change the way people engage with their government. The City of Milwaukee's Open Data Initiative is paving the way to achieve greater trust and accountability within our community. One major step we have taken towards achieving these goals is to publishing more data and reorganizing existing City data on an innovative interface now known as, The City of Milwaukee's Open Data Portal.
What we love most about it:
- A user friendly interface that allows for simplified navigation and search functions.
- A modern design that is responsive to mobile devices
- An overall more effective, usable and coherent user experience for citizens to easily access and leverage open data
The new portal was launched on May, 30 2018. You are encouraged to browse, filter, graph and download city data! Is there a dataset you would like to see that is not currently published? Contact us and let us know, we'll do our best to make it available.
For more about the City of Milwaukee's Open Data Initiative, go to data.milwaukee.gov
May, 30 2018
"Data Day is an opportunity for people who need data to connect with people who have data"- Data You Can Use.
The City of Milwaukee will be participating in Data Day at the UWM Joseph J Zilber School of Public Health. Data Day is a great opportunity to connect with local leaders and data enthusiasts. Discussions Chief Information Officer, Nancy Olson will be taking this opportunity to present the City of Milwaukee's new Open Data Portal to the public for the very first time! Mayor Tom Barett and Dean Ronald Perez, Zilber School of Public Health will also be speaking at this event. We look forward to engaging coversations about using data to inspire and bring about positive social changes within our community.
New and Recent Datasets
|Unit Status Detail
||Unit activity by case number, and status type and time.
|EMS Calls for Service
||Calls for service data by date, ZIP code and Aldermanic District.
||Incident data by case number, location and status times
|Lead Service Line Data
||A list of properties that contain service lines made of lead within the City of Milwaukee.
|Department of Public Works
||The Milwaukee Streetcar projects 2.1 mile proposed initial route (or hub) would connect the intermodal station (Amtrak and buses) and it's 1.4 million annual users, the Third Ward (the fastest growing neighborhood in Milwaukee), East Town (with the largest concentration of jobs in the state), and the lower east side (the highest-density) residential neighborhood in Wisconsin).