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#GISTechNight: Tracking Affordable Housing with Open Source Web GIS

  • Wednesday, September 25, 2019
  • 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
  • Austin, Carver Branch Library Meeting Room #1
  • 12


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In the midst of Austin’s affordability crisis, an Austin consortium, co-led by the Housing Authority of the City of Austin, developed a solution to help Austin residents and affordable housing providers make better affordable housing decisions. You’ll hear about who the players are and what they needed, and how Code for America Fellows created the first comprehensive affordable housing hub and visualization tool. The free and open system, supported by a wide range of stakeholders, provides a way to track and share affordable housing data well into the future.


Rohan is a software developer who has always had a passion for better government. He’s excited to channel his startup experience into making technology that will help support public services in Austin, TX.

Britney is a software developer and designer who especially enjoys organizing and streamlining processes. She looks forward to using her skills to help her government and community!


6:45PM: Mingle
7:00PM: GeoNews & Community updates
7:05PM: Presentation
8:40PM+: Audience Q/A

This meetup is open to anyone and their friends. This reoccurring event is welcoming and respectful of all people. Basic GIS experience is assumed for this talk. If you're a beginner, you are always invited to learn!

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We will be meeting in Carver Branch Library in meeting room 1.

Parking lot.

For more information, visit the Code for America presentation.

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