Today, we introduced a legislative API detailing all of our laws, meetings, and Councilmembers.
What is an API?
The Council shares and archives all of our legislative information, including proposed and passed legislation, hearings, and monthly Stated meetings, on our Legislative Research Center, known as Legistar. The New York City Council Legistar system was built by Granicus using their Legistar Legislative Management Suite.
The Legistar Web API for New York City is now available for read access by the public. In Council 2.0, the Council’s technology and engagement roadmap, we outlined different ways to increase access and transparency to our legislative information. Making the NYC Legistar API open to the public will allow individuals to create tools and platforms that pull directly from this data source, ensuring increased accuracy and reliability.
We are excited to share our #Legistar API, fostering transparency with our constituents! Find out more here: https://t.co/iKGaSXkzYG pic.twitter.com/2fu20ycLbx
— NYC Council (@NYCCouncil) November 16, 2017
If you’re looking for a bulk download, you could utilize our new legislative API: https://t.co/PK0ubTbgW6
— Brad Lander (@bradlander) December 11, 2017
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