Welcome to Boulder's Open Data Catalog. The purpose of Boulder Open Data Catalog is to increase public access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the City of Boulder. We invite you to actively participate in shaping the future of Boulder's Open Data Catalog by contacting us to suggest additional datasets or building and submitting applications with the available data.
14 datasets found. Showing results 1-10 of 14 with the search term housing
Annexation into the City of Boulder. Source – City Planning Department
The Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan (BVCP) land use map defines the desired future land use pattern for the Boulder Valley regarding location, type, and intensity of development.
The planning area I, II, III map defines the city's service area which sets the city's urban growth boundary and ensures a logical extension of urban services.
Survey results to inform the comprehensive plan update. Across the City of Boulder's Open Data Catalog we have a number of datasets that are in the form of a community survey. The city conducts a great deal of outreach through surveys, in some cases these surveys gather similar information though the questions are raised to different members of the community, at different periods of time and with different intended outcomes.
Data from the reporting tool for the City of Boulder buildings for Building Performance Ordinance 2016 reporting results.
City of Boulder - city limits . Source – created from city parcel data layer
Polygons showing closed development review cases for the City of Boulder.
Designated city historic districts and landmarks. Source – City Planning Department
Parcels – Ownership parcels within the city limits and utility service areas with address – Source – Quarter Section maps digitized and then rectified to aerial photography.
Includes the ability to search for rental properties that have a current rental property license.