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Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or information exempt from the Washington Public Records Act is not considered open data.
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Open data was a recommendation from the Envision Everett 2037 report. It was also included in Mayor Franklin's direction on Community Engagement and Inclusion, as a potential tool to increase government transparency and create an inspired, empowered and engaged community.
Open data and content can be freely used, modified, and shared by anyone for any purpose.
Data will be available from several city departments, including Library, Public Works, Police, and Fire. Not all City departments will have datasets available at launch, but they will be added afterward on an ongoing basis.
New data will be added on a continuous basis, likely quarterly, or as it becomes available.
Data already added to the portal will be updated on regular schedules, which will vary depending on each particular dataset.
The City will provide an online form for requesting new datasets, and the open data platform will include tools to provide feedback on data quality or contact the person responsible for publishing the data.