This dataset contains incident reports recorded by Norfolk Police Department that occurred over the last five years. This dataset enables citizens to search incidents by type, location, date and time of occurrence.
This dataset provides data from the Norfolk Division of Neighborhood Quality’s code enforcement cases including associated inspections, violations and status. The mission of the Division of Neighborhood Quality is to maintain and strengthen neighborhood standards. Staff use a variety of tools to achieve compliance including educating civic leagues, residents and the public about neighborhood quality. Other tools include working with homeowners to establish timelines for projects or pursuing legal steps for abatement. This data reflects the workflow of a responsive customer-oriented organization.
This dataset is all business licenses issued each month by the Commissioner of Revenue.
****Disclaimer: This dataset includes new business licenses that are issued every weekday by the Commissioner of the Revenue; starting January 2019. This dataset does not include business license renewals or indicate businesses that are no longer in operation.
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.
CrimeMapping.com allows citizens to query and map recent crimes and incidents within the City’s borders. Crime data is extracted on a regular basis from each department's records system so that the information being viewed through a Web browser is the most current available.
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 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.