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Data Catalog

On September 27, 2010 the City of London made the first set of data available at: http://www.london.ca/opendata.

The initial sets consist almost entirely of data from the Parks and Recreation Department.

  • Accessible facilities
  • Arenas
  • Baseball diamonds
  • Basketball courts
  • Community centres
  • Community gardens
  • Community pools
  • Dog off-leash parks
  • Football fields
  • Golf courses
  • Multi-use pads
  • Multi-use pathways
  • Outdoor ice rinks
  • Play structures
  • Skateboard parks
  • Soccer fields
  • Swing sets
  • Tennis courts
  • Wading pools
  • Washrooms

One other dataset has been made available from the city’s Environmental Services Department:

  • Garbage & recycling collection zone boundaries

Terms of use are consistent with other Canadian municipalities and can be found here.

Following a succesful pilot project we will approach the city to request specific datasets be made available. If you have ideas for the next datasets that you would like to see available please contact us here.

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