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Open Government is a political platform promoting the idea of a government administration that is opened at all levels allowing for effective public scrutiny, and the exchange of ideas and information.

The City of Niagara Falls, Canada, is committed to improving citizen services, providing transparency and showing government accountability, in the most innovative and cost-effective ways possible, therefore supporting the open government philosophy.

The City's newest initiative, pioneered by GIS Services, is to provide Open Data on-line. The website design now supports the publication and distribution of public information in both viewable and downloadable formats.

In addition, a new Open Data Catalogue has been created which focuses on providing spatial data that can be freely used by our customers. This catalogue will initially provide basic information however it is our intent to expand this catalogue as we move forward with our Open Data initiative.

For more information about the Open Data initiative, feel free to refer to our FAQ section as well as our Terms and Conditions.

Community Events

GOOD Conference - May 1-2, 2015

The GO Open Data conference is a community-driven annual conference that focuses on creating open data awareness, exchanging knowledge and building the open data community across Ontario.

This two day event will include key note speakers, panel discussions, learning labs, a pub social and a hack-a-thon. Attendees include federal, provincial and local governments, community groups, academia, citizens, developers and journalists.

The 2015 event will be held at Brock University – Thistle Complex

We need your help.

We would like to receive input from you regarding what we have accomplished so far and where we should go from here. Let us know how we can improve this service by contacting us at opendata@niagarafalls.ca.