The City of Salisbury and Mayor Jake Day are pleased to announce the launch of Salisbury’s Open Data Hub, a collection of information and data made available to the public by our Information Services team. Types of data include information on City government, infrastructure, transportation, public safety, local economy, parks and recreation, and more.
The Open Data Hub provides a central place to access different data sets related to the subjects listed above. The hub allows for the search and exploration of other data in order to learn more about our city, the people living in it, and derive key findings of your own. Visitors can download raw data, view visualizations and maps, build new apps using templates, and easily share data or insights with others.
“Transparency is an integral part of the solid foundation upon which we operate as city government. We rely on data and citizen feedback to tell us when we are being successful and when we need to pivot our approach to solving problems. We are excited to connect the public with these data sets that help us improve citizen services, increase effectiveness, and understand local infrastructure, economic resources, and more,” shared Mayor Jake Day.
Salisbury’s Open Data Hub can be accessed by visiting https://opendata-salisbury.hub.arcgis.com/