This is a dataset of 311 service requests for the City of Buffalo from July 2008 - present. 311 is a toll-free number reserved nationwide since 1997 for non-emergency calls to police and other government offices. The City of Buffalo 311 Call and Resolution Center provides citizens with fast, centralized access to city services. Register complaints, get information, and access non-emergency police services.
Pursuant to the umbrella of International Codes with New York State modifications and applicable chapters of the City Charter, the Department of Permit & Inspection Services (DPIS) issues violations against conditions on properties that have been verified to violate the Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code and City ordinances. Violations are issued when an inspection verifies that a violation exists. This dataset includes code violations issued since March 28th, 2016.
This dataset contains information pertaining to the assessed value of properties within the City of Buffalo. Accurate property inventory/information is vital to an equitable assessment and the City of Buffalo is committed to providing fair and equitable assessments in each annual Assessment Roll so that property owners pay only their fair share of property taxes.
Explore Crime Incidents data in an interactive and accessible way for all visitors using this Data Lens.
Data lensing is a unique, dynamic format that displays data in a way that is both contextual and visually interesting. The “cards” can interact with each other. Try clicking on a section of the map and the bar graph and line graph cards will become contextual, filtering the information based on the selected map area. Data Lens pages help users quickly gain insight contained within the City's data.
The Buffalo Arts Commission's collection currently consists of more than 200 artworks and decorative objects. The Commission coordinates their display, storage, conservation and maintenance. Please note that this collection is a work in progress and will be updated as information is processed. If while browsing through the collection, you can assist in providing any information regarding historic subjects, artists, or artworks, please contact the Buffalo Arts Commission at (716) 851-5027 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).