Below are some current community-created projects that showcase the potential uses of the City of Boulder's open data. If you're using the City of Boulder's open data and would like to have your project or application featured here, please contact us.
Boulder Prairie Dog Areas
A time lapse visualization showing increase/decrease of prairie dog acreage over time.
Management of Ecosystem Services in Boulder
A network map and analysis of ecosystem management in Boulder, Colorado.
Rental Property Floodplain Calculator
An interactive application that lets renters and property managers know if the property they currently rent or are considering renting lies in a floodplain.
GIS Poster Project
Rebecca Shirley, a graduate student at the University of Georgia chose to analyze some of Boulder's open data for a GIS project. The result was a poster that "review(s) existing conditions and analyze(s) the bus service area, trail head service area and bike infrastructure." Follow the link below to view a PDF of the final poster.
Christian Koltonsky created a dashboard utilizing the crime locations dataset that examines various crimes that occurred in Boulder, Colorado from 2008 to 2018. The dashboard features a map of crime locations, proportions of crimes committed, percent change of crimes committed from 2016 to 2017, crime trends over time, a map of crimes plotted by census tracts and map of the percent change of crimes committed from 2016 to 2017 plotted by census tracts.