The Community Appearance Index, also known as the Litter Index, is a tool designed by Keep America Beautiful to visually evaluate the overall appearance of a community using litter as an indicator. Every year, volunteers cover 60 routes throughout Norfolk to conduct an analysis of litter in the city. This dataset is updated annually; the data begins in 2010. The Litter Index survey is normally conducted in August; the 2020 survey will be delayed due to COVID-19.
The data for this report is derived from PeopleSoft Reporting, which includes the following fields, with one row per current active employee:
Full/Part Time Status
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.
This dataset provides the number of parking permits by type and duration sold in the City parking system. Types include: Business, Resident (downtown), Residential Permits, City Department, and Top Deck. This data 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.
This dataset provides information about all Neighborhood Quality code enforcement open and closed cases along with their associated inspections, violations, and status information. All Neighborhood Quality data is collected and reported from the Neighborhood Quality code enforcement office.
Neighborhood Quality code enforcement’s mission is to maintain and strengthen neighborhood standards. The City of Norfolk’s approach to code enforcement is to use all tools to achieve compliance. These tools include educating civic leagues, citizens, and the public in understanding the scope of enforcement. Other tools are working with homeowners to help establish timelines for projects, and legal steps for abatement. This data entered will reflect that workflow of a responsive customer-oriented organization using tools to accomplish compliance. This web-based tool consolidates entry of Code Enforcement cases to one central application in correspondence with this initiative. All codes cited are from the city of Norfolk’s Codes Chapter 25 which covers Vehicle and Property and Chapter 27 which covers nuisances.
The Address Information Resource is a compilation of information related to active and pending addresses in the City of Norfolk. It provides a consolidated source to allow for quick and easy access to information about an address including details related to school districts, municipal services, planning, public safety, and civic leadership. It is one of the main data resources that provides content for the Norfolk AIR website (http://air.norfolk.gov)