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.
The dataset contains information on permits that were issued by the Right of Way Management Division. The dataset contains open permits including: right of way excavations and installations, residential and commercial driveway entrances, general temporary parking, storage, and dumpsters, hauling oversize and cranes, and lane, street, and sidewalk closures. The information is obtained from web-hosted site, PermitCity. The dataset will provide information on issue, start and end dates, applicant, work performed for, type and kind of permit, inspector, contact number, and XY coordinates. A listing of all Right of way permit fees can be viewed here https://www.norfolk.gov/DocumentCenter/View/789
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.
This dataset provides information about parking citations in the city of Norfolk.
Data provided about the citations includes: time and date issued, violation type and code, location, state of vehicle registration, license plate numbers, make, model, and color of the vehicle, amount of parking citation fine.
This dataset covers a period of three years and is updated weekly.
This dataset represents real estate assessment and sales data that is updated on a quarterly basis by the Real Estate Assessor’s Office. This dataset contains information for properties in the city including: Acreage, Square footage, GPIN, Street Address, year built, current land value, current improvement values, and current total value. The information is obtained from Real Estate Assessor’s Office ProVal records database
The City of Norfolk Open GIS Data Site. This site contains various spatial data that can be used by anyone with an interest in geographic information systems (GIS) data for their applications. The City’s datasets are updated regularly and can be downloaded or accessed for free from this site. If you don’t see a particular dataset you are looking for, please check back often, as we will be providing additional data to the site in the future.
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.