The Scooters dataset is data about trips on electronic scooters. Lime Scooters were made available to the public in June 2019 to use throughout Norfolk. Data represents trips from July 2019 to the present and is updated weekly.
Norfolk Master Gardeners' Significant Trees volunteers gather data (diameter, height, canopy spread, location, species, and general information) about trees of interest in Norfolk. The data is put in the Norfolk Significant Trees website to be shared with others who have an interest in the local environment.
This dataset details the number, duration and type of appointments that are made at the Slover Library Creative Studios. This dataset will enable users to learn about the equipment, facilities and services available to patrons. Additionally, users can learn how many hours patrons use the equipment, facilities and services as well as which are the most requested.
Provides data regarding the Bureau of Parks & Urban Forestry’s Mowing Schedule. All scheduled dates are subject to change based on weather. The schedule is updated each season (Spring, Summer, and Fall) and includes medians, parks, schools, vacant lots, and various other City properties maintained by Parks & Urban Forestry’s Landscape Services Division.
Dataset provides record of reported events entered into STORM from 2010 onward. The STORM application tracks up to 20 incidents as a result of inclement weather, such as flooded streets, damaged trees, disabled vehicles, and damaged utilities.
This dataset provides an extract from Norfolk's STORM application. STORM, an acronym for System to Track, Organize, Record and Map, captures data collected by residents and city staff during and after inclement weather events. The app captures incidents such as flooded streets, damaged trees, disabled vehicles, downed cable lines, etc. This dataset provides a record of reported events entered into STORM beginning in 2010; the dataset is updated during and after weather events.
Data lens provides graphical representation of reported events entered into STORM since 2010. The STORM application tracks up to 20 incidents as a result of inclement weather, such as flooded streets, damaged trees, disabled vehicles, and damaged utilities.
Information regarding Dominion Energy owned (city leased) street light locations and types within the city of Norfolk and monthly reporting of street light outages throughout the city. The data is collected, updated, and maintained by Dominion Energy. The outages reported are those that have been reported by residents.