The Greenprint tool developed with the Allegheny Land Trust helps policy makers, and the community make parcel-level land use decisions to improve comprehensive regional planning and decision-making.
The Regional Data Center’s Property Dashboard integrates data from multiple data sources and provides it all in one place. We’re happy to announce that the beta version of the tool is now live, and we built it in-house.
Visualization of air-pollutant concentrations over time and by monitoring location.
Generates summaries of parking transactions by lot/zone and for a desired date range
With Burgh's Eye View you can easily see all kinds of data about Pittsburgh—including 311 requests, building permits, code violations, public safety incidents, city assets, and public records on every parcel in the city.
To better understand how we’re doing, we have developed a series of performance measures, which we share through this performance management dashboard. To our knowledge, we are the only open data program to release our usage and performance statistics.
Parcels n'at allows you to pull a variety of data by neighborhood, municipality, or even for a user-defined area using some of the embedded drawing tools.
Use QuickCount to extract de-identified data from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services' data warehouse.
Homicide information in Allegheny County is available in the homicide dashboard. This tool is one in a series developed by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services from data created by the Allegheny County Office of the Medical Examiner.
Homicide information in the City of Pittsburgh is available back to 2010 in the homicide dashboard. This tool is one in a series developed by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services from data created by the Allegheny County Office of the Medical Examiner.
Learn more about gun violence in your neighborhood on this dashboard developed by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the City of Pittsburgh. This tool includes data on shootings, aggravated assaults involving a gun, and shots fired.
The Crime Dashboard provides information on the types of incidents occurring in your neighborhood. The tool was developed through a collaboration of the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the City of Pittsburgh.
Data on the number of suicides by cause of death, age, time of death, race, gender, age, and marital status is available through the Suicide Dashboard developed by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services with data from the Allegheny County Office of the Medical Examiner.
This dashboard contains information on trends in violence by neighborhood back to 2010. It was developed through a collaboration of the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the City of Pittsburgh.
Allegheny County developed a series publicly available, interactive dashboards to allow users to explore different aspects of the Allegheny County Jail population.
Pittsburgh’s online bike map includes all the routes and information from the print map as well as information about bridges and user-submitted crash details. It also has an expanded notes section, road safety ratings, and landmarks.
Live election results from Allegheny County polls, including vote tallies, maps, and charts of voter turnout and percentage of precincts reporting.
Through this tool, you can see how population has changed by race back to 1990 in our region and across the U.S. They also took a look at homeownership using Census and property assessment data from Allegheny County. EarthTime also has developed a number of other interactive time-lapse data visualizations.
The Landslide Portal provides practical and educational guidance to prevent and minimize risk of landslides and slope failures.
Smell Pittsburgh’s map plots community-reported smells with federal air quality monitoring stations. Darker red triangles indicate bad smells like industrial pollution, car exhaust and trash, while green triangles represent air with little to no odor.
Historic Pittsburgh includes information about the region, including a range of publications, maps, manuscripts, visual images, and audio-video materials.
The map provides residents with details about the types of trees in their neighborhoods as well as the benefits these trees provide.
Todd Medema, a member of the data user community built an interesting data visualization with the goal of improving Pittsburgh’s bike share.