• State of Salmon Report

    This report documents how Washingtonians have responded to the challenges of protecting and restoring salmon and steelhead to healthy status. It also serves as a tool to summarize achievements, track salmon recovery progress through common indicators, and identify data gaps that need to be filled.
  • Washington State Geospatial Data

    The Washington State geospatial portal provides access to agency data for geospatial analysis and mapping, including mix-and-match layers, service descriptions, data standards info and some data not currently available on data.wa.gov
  • Use "Topics" tags to find related content

    Did you know that you can use the "Topics" links at the bottom left of the data.wa.gov home page to find all the datasets tagged by their authors with that word? For example, you can find all the datasets used for the "State of the Salmon" report by clicking on the Topic tag "state-of-the-salmon"
  • Budget, Accounting, Spending data on Fiscal.wa.gov

    Fiscal.wa.gov is the state of Washington's principal source for budget and spending data. The site collects and presents data that are routinely updated: - for budgets as budget proposals are made public; - for revenues, expenditures, and staffing, on a monthly basis as monthly actual data are finalized; for historical data, as those data are updated to reflect changes in budget formats; and - for workloads, caseloads, performance measures, and performance audits, as websites that display those data are updated.
  • Local Government Financial Reporting System

    The State Auditor's Office publishes a searchable database of financials from WA local governments, managed and collected through the Uniform Chart of Accounts and a longstanding stakeholder group.
  • Hack the Commute

    Join WSDOT experts, the City of Seattle, and about 150 developers and mentors in a weekend-long challenge to improve the commute for everyone. Great catalog of new datasets, lots of snacks and a worthy cause.
  • Disabilies & Challenges

    The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) has refreshed its open data offerings with new estimates of persons with disabilities or other support needs by Census tract. The data show a variety of challenges faced by residents, such as ambulatory difficulty, hearing difficulty, self-care difficulty, disabilities + poverty, households without a car, seniors living alone, and many others.
  • State of Salmon Report
  • Washington State Geospatial Data
  • Use "Topics" tags to find related content
  • Budget, Accounting, Spending data on Fiscal.wa.gov
  • Local Government Financial Reporting System
  • Hack the Commute
  • Disabilies & Challenges

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