Code for DC is the DC chapter of the Code for America Brigade. We are a group of volunteer civic hackers working together to solve local issues and help people engage with the city.
Casual meetups for geeks, activists, policy makers, and journalists, every other week.
An open conversation online about DC, what we're doing now, and what's next.
Whether you're a communicator or a coder, we need you. Jump right in!
Code for DC creates tools, information, and experiences that serve the District.
We kick off new projects every month. Browse the complete list, then get started.
A project to explain DC's hyperlocal Advisory Neighborhood Commission system by pulling information scattered across the web into one place. ANCs make decisions that shape neighborhoods, but reliable information about them is hard to find. We aim to change that.
Our DC Schools is a online resource that helps the public personalize and visualize changes in school district boundaries within the District of Columbia
Bikeshare Odds is a tool that will use historical data to tell you what the chances are that your neighborhood bike share station will have a bike at a given time
OpenDataDC is a public data catalog for and by the people of Washington, DC. It complements the catalog maintained by the city government at data.dc.gov which houses official municipal data. Explore, upload, download and analyze!
Choosing a school in DC can be confusing and we hope to support family decisions with data. We recognize that the "right" school for your children can be evaluated not just by standardized test scores, but by teacher turnover, parent involvement, special programming, community and more. We have built this tool starting with school populations by neighborhood, and gradually plan to add information we collect from the city, from NGOs, the private sector, and you!
Code for America is a non-partisan, non-political organization working to create low-risk settings for innovation between citizens and government. Learn more about Code for America's mission and its Fellowship, Brigade, Accelerator, Peer Network and Code for All programs.