Welcome to the City of Austin's Data Portal!The Data Portal is your open government resource. The data portal's benefits include: transparency, user-friendly data presentation and opportunities for community app development. Browse the data sets below or learn more at: www.austintexas.gov/opendata
How to Use the Data PortalOur user-generated wiki offers tips on how to create maps, charts, filtered views and more!
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Data Portal How-To Wiki
Learn from your fellow users how to create maps, charts, filtered views and more in a community-managed wiki site.
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About Open Data
Learn more about Austin's Open Data initiative by clicking on the link to the right.
Electric Vehicle Charging Network
Network of plug-in electric vehicle charging stations located at sites throughout the Austin Energy service territory.
Top-10-Searches-Chart Top-10-Searches-Chart Government
This represents the top 10 searches that visitors have conducted on www.austintexas.gov. The Number of Queries is calculated by Unique Pageviews per month. The data represents a one month period. LAST UPDATE MAY 1, 2013.
Off- Leash Areas Off- Leash Areas Fun
Austin Animal Center Found Pets Map Austin Animal Center Found Pets Map Government
This map shows all stray cats and dogs that are currently listed in AAC's database for no longer than a week. Most will be located at AAC, but some will be held by citizens, which will be indicated on the "At AAC" column. AAC will post an image as soon as possible, which can be accessed by clicking the link in the "Image Link" column. Please also check http://www.austintexas.gov/department/lost-found-pet for more information or contact customer service at 512.978.0500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Map of Declared Dangerous Dogs Map of Declared Dangerous Dogs Public Safety
No declared Dangerous Dog in the City of Austin and Travis County should ever be running at large. They are court ordered to be restrained at all times and should be wearing a large tag identifying them as a Dangerous Dog. They have attacked in the past. The owner is required to provide $100,000 in financial responsibility. If they attack again the court could order them put to sleep. *Last updated January 2015*
APD Incident Extract YTD APD Incident Extract YTD Public Safety
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Restaurant Inspection Scores Restaurant Inspection Scores
Provides restaurant scores for inspections performed within the last three years. Online search of this data set also available at: http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/health/restaurant/search.cfm
Austin Fire Station Map Austin Fire Station Map Public Safety
Unclaimed Property Unclaimed Property Financial
Visit: https://www.ci.austin.tx.us/financeonline/finance/financial_docs.cfm?ws=3&pg=1 for information if you find your name on the list. Every year, various departments of the City of Austin report unclaimed cash and valuables, from uncashed checks, deposits, refunds, overpayments or any other transactions creating a credit balance valued at $100 or less.
Community Connections Program: 100 Gigabit Speed (Google Fiber) Public Facilities Community Connections Program: 100 Gigabit Speed (Google Fiber) Public Facilities Geodata
Water Quality Sampling Data Water Quality Sampling Data Environmental