Online tool developed through a partnership between the Connecticut Secretary of the State and the Connecticut Data Collaborative, this portal allows for full-text searching, exploration and downloading of business registration records.
This data allows citizens to view who received payments from the state for goods or services and how much they received. The data can be explored by searching for specific payee names or by browsing by Government Function. The Open Checkbook app( http://opencheckbook.ct.gov) allows the user to drill down from aggregated spending accounts all the way down to each individual payment to a payee.
The data is updated nightly and therefore reflects current spending activities more accurately than any other publicly available source. In general the data reflects all payments made up to 24 to 48 hours prior to view.
Certain payee names have been removed in order to protect the privacy of individuals, in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations or where the information is otherwise protected by law.
Redacted information includes:
•Payees who are statutorily protected
•Information that would lead to violating HIPAA laws
•Information of Minors
These projections are created based upon several datasets and while these estimates are developed based on multiple data sources, actual population changes may vary from these projections. To assist in planning, analysis, and decision making, the population projections have been developed based on state and locally derived fertility rates.
A simple interactive web map that aggregates links to online restaurant inspections for Connecticut Towns. Restaurant inspections are conducted by Local Health Departments in CT and there is no requirement to publish them online. More information on CT Local Health Departments can be found here: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3123&q=397740
A listing of individual properties owned by the State of Connecticut which is collected and updated annualy (in March) by the Office of Policy and Management. this inventory is maintained primarily for the purposes of payments in lieu of property taxes (PILOT) to the host municipaltiy. The column REF NO# refers to the local atx id for the parcel (if available) and and ADDRESS contains the physical address when assigned by the municipality, otherwise the street name is provided.
Dataset last updated in March 2015
Changes in the manner in which this data were collected starting in 2016 reduced some of the variables collected in the most current version. This dataset is being retained as n archive for historical purposes.
Contains information on structures that are owned by the State of Connecticut. This inventory is currently maintained by the OPM and information is self-reported by those State agencies that have custody and control over State owned buildings. For additional information about this data, please contact the agency which is listed as owning the property. This data is updated annually (October).
The Connecticut Crash Data Repository (CTCDR) is a web tool designed to provide access to select crash information collected by state and local police. This data repository enables users to query, analyze and print/export the data for research and informational purposes. The CTCDR is comprised of crash data from two separate sources; The Department of Public Safety (DPS) and The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT).
The purpose of the CTCDR is to provide members of the traffic-safety community with timely, accurate, complete and uniform crash data. The CTCDR allows for complex queries of both datasets such as, by date, route, route class, collision type, injury severity, etc. For further analysis, this data can be summarized by user-defined categories to help identify trends or patterns in the crash data.