Code for Asheville Projects

Turning Requests Into Results: Policing Data at Open Data Day

More than 25 people, including a few new faces and several members of BeLoved’s Homeless Voice, joined us on Saturday for Open Data Day 2019. This year’s event focused on ways to use the policing open data that began to be released last year. Jesse Michel and Patrick Conant began with a review of how […]

Policing Open Data

Our petition to City Council was endorsed by more than 30 community groups and is increasing transparency of policing data in AVL.


Reach all of the NC Legislators by email using this web page tool. The source code can be found on GitHub or you can use the live tool.

Speaker Series

Code for Asheville works to bring the needs of the community to our members. We host a monthly speaker series to bring leaders of the community who are doing good in Asheville into Code for Asheville to discuss challenges that their organizations face, and what technology solutions can bring about results. Our speakers are from […]

BeLoved Computer Lab

From We are working on creating a space for our community to access technology and the internet, an open Internet Café. Often those on the margins have a tough time finding and applying for jobs, looking for housing, learning new skills, etc. since most publicly available resources have limitations on how and when you may use their […]

Open by Default

Open by Default is a movement to ensure that crucial public data in Asheville is open and accessible. Code for Asheville has recommended the adoption of an Open Data Policy by the City of Asheville to continue progress towards a completely transparent city hall. Read our Recommendations or let city council know you support the movement   Why Open Data? Open Data […]