Welcome to the Additional Resources page of Open Data Buffalo! Here you will find links to external resources of interest to our community. Click on the icons below to get access to even more data and information! If you'd like to suggest a external data resource that should be included on this page, please e-mail your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
City of Buffalo, NY Official Website
Looking for information about how to pay bills, submit a service request, or just to see what's new in Buffalo? Then check out the City of Buffalo website!
There's information about every department in City government, meeting times and minutes of all Common Council meetings, City press releases, self-service payment and service request options, employment opportunities, anonymous tip reporting, and more.
Whether you're looking to know when to put out your recycling tote or looking to adopt a pet from the Buffalo Animal Shelter, the City's website is here to help you.
City of Buffalo Meeting Agendas
View group meeting agendas, journals, summaries, proceedings, and videos on the City's website.
Online Assessment Roll System (OARS)
To review property information on the city website, check out the Online Assessment Roll System.
My Treekeeper Buffalo
NFTA Developer Tools
GBNRTC Maps and Data
Open NY (Data.NY.gov)
Open NY is Governor Cuomo’s award-winning initiative of policies, programs and tools that provide public access to digital data for collaboration and analysis. Empowering the public and government with data for the digital age. Browse and download over 1,500 New York State data resources on topics ranging from farmers’ markets to solar photovoltaic projects to MTA turnstile usage.
NYS GIS Clearinghouse
U.S. Federal Open Data (Data.gov)
U.S. Federal Open Data is a strategic national resource. American businesses depend on this government data to optimize their operations, improve their marketing, and develop new products and services. Federal Open Data also helps guide business investment, foster innovation, improve employment opportunities, and spur economic growth.
U.S. Census (Census.gov)
The Census Bureau's mission is to serve as the leading source of quality data about the nation's people and economy. The Bureau's goal is to provide the best mix of timeliness, relevancy, quality and cost for the data collected. Access data through products and tools including data visualizations, mobile apps, interactive web apps and other software.
Open Data Network
The Open Data Network brings together a vast ecosystem of participants, including governments that are open data publishers and consumers of open data; businesses that incorporate and use government data; civic developers and entrepreneurs who build open data service delivery apps; and the citizens who benefit from open data. The Open Data Network takes a standards-based, industry-specific approach that streamlines access to sharable, comparable, interoperable, and measurable data.
U.S. Health & Human Services
HealthData.gov is dedicated to making high value health data more accessible to entrepreneurs, researchers, and policy makers in the hopes of better health outcomes for all. This information includes clinical care provider quality information, nationwide health service provider directories, databases of the latest medical and scientific knowledge, consumer product data, community health performance information, government spending data and much more.
NYS Department of Health
Explore the Health Data NY catalog! Browse data about your environment, home or workplace. Research health care facilities and professional services available in New York. Look at health trends in your community and across the state. Discover the cost of a procedure or which facilities are meeting quality standards. Find statistics on births and deaths, and much more!
National Centers for Environmental Information
Cultural Resource Information System
CRIS is an advanced Geographic Information System program that provides access to New York State's vast historic and cultural resource databases and now digitized paper records. CRIS provides users with access to more than 1.5 million pages of digital images including, National Register documents, building and archaeological inventory forms and survey reports and a wide variety of additional legacy data.