Regional Open Data Programs
- Government & Politics
Got questions about your city? Write the answers, your way!
We have. So we're launching a new government website for the citizens of Honolulu that's simple, clean, and resident-focused.
Honolulu Answers will be as easy to use and accessible as asking a real person a question.
Be part of the first ever civic write-a-thon. Join us to write simple, easy-to-understand answers to your common questions, such as:
At the workshop, you'll write short answers (1-2 paragraphs) to some of the most common questions from city residents. You don't need to be a writer to contribute. Answers will be non-technical and written as if you were answering a question asked by your neighbor.
We'll provide food, tools to help you write, and expertise from local Honolulu writers. So please join us Saturday, July 28th, to improve Honolulu government!
We'll have the metered parking on Auahi St. (between Cooke and Keawe Streets) blocked off for the duration of the Write-a-thon. There are 28 metered spots you can use, so carpooling is encouraged.
Code for America believes government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century.
We build open source technology and organize a network of people dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use.
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