API Showcase

Featured APIs and Datasets

In collaboration with Pediacities.com, the Department of Education has made available a set of datasets that provide unique views into the schools, programs, and progress reports, to name a few.... read more

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This is an RSS feed with frequently updated content issued by the Mayor's Office (City Hall).

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Category: Government
Note: Our SSL certificates are changing on April 23rd, 2020. To avoid an interruption of services, please add these certificates into the relevant key-stores for your applications where applicable: https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/home/html/... read more
Category: Government
In collaboration with Pediacities.com, the Department of Education has made available a set of datasets that provide unique views into the schools, programs, and progress reports, to name a few. Some of the data is also available through Pediacities... read more
Category: Government
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) provides a data feed from the Press Room, and also posts or links to various data that HPD collects in the course of doing business. Data includes:  Building files, Charges files,... read more
Category: Government
Checkbook NYC 2.0 provides unprecedented access to view and track how New York City government spends its nearly $70 billion annual budget.  All data present in Checkbook NYC 2.0 is available through the API, except for visualizations. ... read more

If you can't find the data you are looking for in these APIs, here is a link to the NYC OpenData portal, which offers access to a repository of other government-produced, machine-redable data sets.

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