About TRCA Open Data

Open Data is digital data that is made available with the technical and legal characteristics necessary for it to be freely used, reused, and redistributed by anyone, anytime and anywhere.

Digital data, in this context, is machine readable data, such as CSV, XML, JSON, Shapefiles, APIs. Unlike human readable formats, such as PDFs, HTML pages; machine readable data can be re-purposed, synthesized and modelled by computer applications to generate insights, analyses and/or used to develop web/mobile applications.


Showcase

Wondering what you can do with TRCA's open data? Below you can find a number of example projects that illustrate the potential uses for open data. Have a project you'd like to share? Please email us and let us know what you've created!


Bolton Camp Project

Bolton Camp Project


Lidar Applications at the TRCA

Lidar Applications at the TRCA


Toronto - A City of Rivers

Toronto - A City of Rivers


Nashville Conservation Reserve

Nashville Conservation Reserve


2018 Watershed Report Cards

2018 Watershed Report Cards


Flood Monitoring & Real Time Gauging

Flood Monitoring & Real Time Gauging