Our fellowship, accelerator and incubator apps are the product of hundreds of community interviews. In partnership with our government partners, fellows and startup founders figure out how to best serve citizens. For a list of more civic apps check out CfA Commons.
Jail Population Management Dashboard helps judges and other stakeholders understand the conditions in the metro jail and use this data to visualize how their decisions affect program, facility and inmate outcomes.
To The Trails is a responsive web application that helps citizens find information on any trail regardless of jurisdiction or the device they use.
Development FastPass combines parcel data, land use, zoning, building occupancy, and business incentives to help business owners research the best options to locate their businesses within Las Vegas.
BizFriendly increases digital literacy by teaching business owners how to use the web through step-by-step lessons, progress tracking and dynamic feedback.
Promptly text messages San Francisco Human Services Agency clients with important information to keep them enrolled in services.
RecordTrac is a better way to track and submit public requests. The app displays every message or record uploaded before prompting users to make new submissions. It's a faster, easier way to find what you're looking for when you need it.
CityVoice is a location based call-in system for collecting, sharing and understanding community feedback.
Ohana API provides any city or county with an open-source framework for opening up a dataset of community-based organizations, and keeping the information up to date. SMC Connect is an example of an app built on this framework.
Civic Insight (formerly BlightStatus) offers residents up-to-date information on the status of underutilized properties in their community.
The Family Assessment Form (FAF) Web is a tool designed by social workers, researchers, and technology experts to help family support practitioners improve family functioning, service planning for families, and organizational performance.
ArchiveSocial enables organizations to embrace social media by minimizing risk and eliminating compliance barriers. Specifically, it solves the challenge of retaining Gov 2.0 communications for compliance with FOIA and other public records laws.
SmartProcure is an online information service that provides access to local, state, and federal government procurement data.
DiscoverBPS combines eligibility criteria, school data, and advanced mapping tools to help parents choose a school for their child.
Public Art Finder helps users find public art through a mobile, map-based UI allowing them to view additional background information on individual artworks.
Reroute.it calculates the costs and environmental impacts of our transportation choices via a simple mobile app.
Click That ‘Hood challenges players to quickly identify various neighborhoods of a city. The game began with a clickable map of just one city, but now includes a growing list of 86 different locations across 11 countries, through an open source community.
Streetmix is an interactive street section builder that helps community members mockup the streets they'd like to live on and offer these mockups as future plans for city officials and planners.
Where's My School Bus? is a location information app allowing parents to track their child’s bus in real time.
The Daily Brief allows users to explore and filter 311 service requests by neighborhood, service name, and status.
TextMyBus provides a simple text messaging service to relay real time transit information to riders.
Textizen is a civic dialogue platform that allows residents to connect with a powerful mix of offline outreach and online engagement.
Revelstone develops custom simple network management protocol solutions for a wide range of platforms as well as ensuring the health of network equipment.
Recovers.org improves the process of disaster response by offering a framework to empower communities to prepare,mitigate risk and locally match resources with needs
Prepared.ly offers a simple interface for emergency preparedness with checklists and facts in order to help residents protect themselves against natural disasters.
Open Counter streamlines the creation of new businesses by offering small business owners a simple and 24-7 interface for business permit applications.
Mindmixer offers community leaders a chance to crowdsource ideas, share assets and manage feedback
Measured Voice is a simple dashboard allowing groups to measure, respond and collaborate via shared social media accounts.
Localdata is a digital toolkit that allows organizers and canvassers to collect and manage place-based data
LearnSprout is a universal API for K-12 education that acts as a conduit between live student engagement and performance data and education technology providers.
Honolulu Answers allows residents to search for answers about city services as if they were typing questions into Google.
Captricity allows users to extract data from physical forms and convert them into digital data that is searchable, storable and shareable
Aunt Bertha helps users find food, health, housing and employment programs based on their postal code.
Adopt-a-hydrant allows citizens to claim responsiblity for shoveling out fire hydrants after heavy snowfall.
StreetCred Software keeps law enforcement officials safe and on top of their game by helping them manage arrest warrants, eliminating warrant backlogs and radically improving their real-time information at the point before apprehension.