The Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center (NACC) is the city’s animal sheltering facility. The NACC is an open-admission shelter; animals are never turned away, regardless of species, age, health or temperament. This data reports on an animal from the moment it arrives at the shelter (intake) to the moment it leaves (outcome). It also reports on foster activities.
As of October 30, 2019, this data set will no longer be updated. A new citizen request app, called MyNorfolk, has been implemented and data from that app is available in this Open Data portal.
The Norfolk Cares data set provides data from the IMPACT System. The data was collected by phone calls, emails, iPhone requests, and on-line requests. This data set includes service requests from November 2014 to October 2019.
Norfolk’s Pace Bike Share program launched in April 2018. Pace is a vendor that provided 250 share bikes in Norfolk for public use. The Pace program is a third-party application that allows riders to reserve and use a bicycle in Norfolk at a low cost. This dataset is a record of trips taken in 2018. Trip data is tracked by user’s cell phones, not by a device on the bicycle, which may result in anomalies in the data.
*Please note: The Norfolk Pace Bike dataset consists of data provided to Norfolk by Zagster, the company that implemented the Pace Bike program. The city makes no representation or warranty as to the completeness or accuracy of the data.
This dataset includes trip path data collected in 2018 only. The Pace Bike program was halted in Norfolk in early 2020 and the city was unable to obtain the 2019 data from the vendor.
This dataset contains the number of citations issued over a selected three-year period. The data is from reports provided by the Division of Parking’s T2 Flex operating system.
This dataset will provide the following information per citation:
o The time and date of which the citation was issued
o The violation type and code associated to the issued citation
o The location where the citation was issued
o The state in which the vehicle is registered
o The license plate numbers of the vehicle to which a citation has been issued
o The make, model, and color of the vehicle to which a citation has been issued
o The fine amount of the citation issued
Public art is artwork in public locations where everyone can see and enjoy it.
Norfolk is among the great cities that use public art to inspire, educate, beautify and give character to public places. The Public Arts Commission together with city staff, developed policies for the development of artwork that creates a unique image and sense of place for Norfolk. This dataset is a compiled list of existing public art recorded by Norfolk.
*Please note this dataset does not include the Mermaid Statues, which will be added later in 2019 once a complete cataloging of all locations has occurred.
This dataset contains information from the City’s Towing database program. It provides a list of current vehicles on City’s impound lot to include VINs and address towed from. The information will provide number of vehicles currently on lot, where and why vehicles were towed, disposition of vehicle such as sold at auction, released to owner and or interested parties and or demolished. This information could also be used to establish any trends in certain areas.
**Data in this set contains fees that are only accurate for vehicles released from city custody. Fees for vehicles still held by the City will be calculated at the time of release and are not considered accurate till that time.