Service Requests 100% open

San Francisco, CA

What data is expected?

Non-emergency service requests (which some cities facilitate by dialing 3-1-1), covering issues such as graffiti, broken traffic lights, noise complaints, parking law enforcement, and potholes. Open service request data provides transparency about what types of requests are being requested and where, as well as how quickly requests are resolved. For Census purposes, service request data should at a minimum include: request type, responsible city department, location, and when the service was requested and fulfilled. (More info)

  • Date received
  • Location
  • Type or description
  • Status (open, closed, etc.)

How open is the data?

All answers

Question Answer Comment
Openly licensed Yes
Available in bulk Yes
Up-to-date Yes
Available free online Yes
Available free of charge Yes
In an open format CSV, JSON, RDF, TSV, XML
findable 4
findable_steps Go to data.sfgov.org; search for "311"; first link
licence_url http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/pddl/1.0/ Click Show More, under "Licensing and Attribution" heading
Collected by government Yes
usability 3
collector_name San Francisco 311
characteristics Date received, Location, Type or description, Status (open, closed, etc.)
location href="https://data.sfgov.org/City-Infrastructure/311-Cases/vw6y-z8j6" https://data.sfgov.org/City-Infrastructure/311-Cases/vw">rel="nofollow">https://data.sfgov.org/City-Infrastructure/311-Cases/vw - 311 Cases

Meta data

Data location   https://data.sfgov.org/City-Infrastructure/311-Cases/vw - 311 Cases
Data licence   http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/pddl/1.0/
Data format   CSV, JSON, RDF, TSV, XML
Reviewer   anonymous
Submitters   anonymous
Last modified   Sat Mar 03 2018 23:05:39 GMT+0000 (UTC)