CivTech St. Louis is a collaborative of organizations and individuals that is dedicated to growing the civic technology ecosystem and data democratization in St. Louis. CivTech St. Louis is made possible by the support of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Living Cities, Code for America, and the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership and local partners Rise Community Development, Open Data STL, and St. Louis County.
To grow the civic technology ecosystem of the St. Louis region and facilitate government’s embrace of community-built tools.
To foster a positive and actively engaging relationship between citizens and their government.
Demonstrating what is possible when data and technology are intentionally applied to address problems affecting low-income people; and
Strengthening collaboration at the local level between civic technologists, neighborhood data practitioners, and government officials.
How do I get involved?
The Collaborative will be continually working on solutions and is open to whomever wants to contribute. To volunteer and collaborate, please email us at email@example.com. The best way to stay up to date is to follow our blog, Medium, Twitter, Facebook, and events calendar.