Office of Open Data Blog
We are happy to announce the release the 2018 Open Data Report. This report speaks to the City’s progress on the open data program and looks to the future on ensuring transparency and accessibility of public data online. Under an Executive Order issued in 2014, Mayor Andy Berke developed an open data policy and increased…Read More
Policy Design Camp For this National Day of Civic Hacking (NDoCH) we decided to try something a bit different. Instead of focusing on data and coding we instead focused on developing policy recommendations for dockless shared mobility devices. This unique design camp engaged members of our community in a discussion about how Chattanooga can benefit…Read More
We are excited to announce the launch of City Insider, our latest open data powered application. With the City Insider you can truly understand what is happening in your neighborhood and community. The platform allows users to search by using maps, dates, addresses, neighborhoods or City Council District. Anyone can create a free account and…Read More
The City of Chattanooga has released the 2017 Open Data Report, which reflects on the City’s progress and looks to the future on ensuring transparency and accessibility of public data online. Under an Executive Order issued in 2014, Mayor Andy Berke developed an open data policy and increased transparency in city government through the creation…Read More
CHA Apps made with Open Data
Chattadata is the City of Chattanooga's Performance Dashboard. It tracks, monitors, and makes public the City's efforts to deliver on the priorities of our residents, holding us accountable and helping us achieve our goals.
City Insider is your new way to stay in the know about what is happening in your community. Through this website, you will be able to do the following: 1) see crime and 311 incidents for your community, 2) dive in deeper to learn more details, 3) summarize the information by neighborhood, 4) craft custom reports and receive updates, and 5) share that information with your community.
Explore the City's annual budget through an accessible, transparent tool that allows you to explore the budget in a variety of ways - by priority area, initiatives, departments, expenditure categories and capital projects.
About the Office
The Office of Performance Management and Open Data was established by Mayor Andy Berke in 2015 to run the City's open data and performance management program. The city collects a lot of data during its day to day operation. This office seeks to make use of that data to provide greater transparency and better service delivery for Chattanoogans.