Join us for a Data Party!
Learn what Open Data is and what it means for you and your community.
Explore the City of Saint Paul’s Open Information portal (information.stpaul.gov).
Find out about the use and collection of data we create every day with hands-on activities.
Hear from community users about how they use open data to share stories and inform community projects.
Saturday, July 6, 1-3 p.m. at Sun Ray Library, 2105 Wilson Avenue, 55119
Wednesday, July 17, 4-6 p.m. at Arlington Hills Community Center, 1300 Payne Avenue, 55130
Thursday, July 25, 5-7 p.m. at Rondo Community Library, 461 North Dale Street, 55103
This is a project of the City of Saint Paul. This effort is supported by the Civic Switchboard Project which receives funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services #LG-70-17-0146-17.
Saint Paul Public Library in partnership with the City of Saint Paul’s Office of Technology & Communication was awarded a Civic Switchboard Field Project Award. This national project aims to develop a toolkit that will help libraries across the country form partnerships within their local civic data environment. These partnerships will help the library improve service for data users, support equity in access to information and continue the work of democratizing data.
Civic Switchboard information: https://civic-switchboard.github.io
Questions about the events?
Contact Saint Paul Public Library at 651-266-7000.
To send feedback or suggest data you want to see on the City's Open Information portal, submit comments here: stpaul.gov/open-data-questions