Pace Bike share launched in March 2018 in Norfolk, VA. A system of 250 smart bikes available for the Norfolk bike share program. The Pace program is a 3rd party application that allows riders to reserve and use a bicycle in Norfolk at a low cost. This dataset is a record of all Trip Path Data in the 2018 Pace Bike season for the City of Norfolk.
The information contained on City of Norfolk’s Open Data portal for Zagster Pace Bike Dataset consists of all of the data provided to the City by Zagster. The City makes no representation or warranty as to the completeness or accuracy of the data.
This dataset contains information about circulation (checkouts) by item type for each branch location by month. The data is from Fiscal Year 2016 to Fiscal Year 2018 and will be updated at the end of each fiscal year.
This dataset represents the proposed 2019 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 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.
Information regarding parks, open spaces, community centers, and other properties with active and passive recreational opportunities to include: playgrounds, dog parks, ball fields, basketball courts, etc. Provide the greater community with information about parks, open spaces, community centers, and other properties including the amenities that visitors to those locations can participate in. This allows visitors to plan their outings and be prepared to utilize the spaces and amenities to their fullest potential.
Recreation, Parks and Open Space’s Bureau of Parks and Urban Forestry plants hundreds of trees each year along city streets, within city parks, and on other city properties. This dataset gives pertinent tree species information, shows important geographic information about which parts of Norfolk are receiving trees in a given year, and historical data about planting date. City staff utilizes Microsoft excel to track tree planting information. This dataset will show where the City of Norfolk plants its trees on city owned properties.
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a multi-year plan for capital expenditures to replace, maintain, and expand the city’s infrastructure. The city uses the CIP to develop infrastructure and maintain the quality of life offered to residents and businesses.
*Disclaimer: Projects are based on Proposed FY 2020 - FY 2024 Capital Improvement Plan and are subject to change.
This Filter view shows all Closure Permits for Street, Lane, Alley, Sidewalk and intersections that were issued by the Right of Way Management Division. The information is obtained from web-hosted site, PermitCity.
If you would like to see a Map of all closer permits please go to the following site