For full details, see the offical Louisville page at Hack for Change!
Reserve your free tickets now because participation is limited based on space and food!
See our sponsors on the official page. Contact us to become a food, in-kind, monetary, or sponsor!
We are looking for volunteers for this year's event to help with organizing, planning, day-of activities, picking up food and drinks, etc. Contact us at the Civic Data Alliance, Louisville's Code for America brigade and the organizing body for this year's NDoCH.
Click: See the YourMapper Blog for a recap of last year's event.
Hack for Change Louisville is being held as the city's formal National Day of Civic Hacking event. The day will bring together local government leaders and staff, local organizations, businesses, visitors, and community members and is focused on civic innovation. Here's what to expect:
- Software development (a hackathon event) using the city's open data.
- Collaborative building of open data apps and services.
- Discussions on open data the city, county, and state should release.
The initiative is a united effort to connect citizens and government in a partnership focused on improving people’s daily lives through technology. This event will bring together techies, entrepreneurs, do-gooders, activists and others like you from across the nation to collaboratively create, build, and invent tools using publicly-released data.
When & Where
Civic Data Alliance
Louisville's open data initiative and our official Code for America brigade.