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"We are pleased to provide a public vehicle for information about dangerous buildings," said David Bell, Interim Director. "This is a key issue in neighborhoods, and the map is a great step in our process of creating a more transparent and effective department. By providing Council-approved demolition information for public access, we reduce the amount of time required to respond to community requests. We hope this new tool will help us strengthen our partnerships with community members."
Detailed property information is available at a click and the map includes overlays of City Council districts. It also includes a feedback form so that community members can report any issues with current demolitions and communicate with the Department about other open and dangerous buildings. Online access to the status of dangerous buildings will allow neighborhood associations and individuals to do searches on properties and have self-service access to the quarterly status updates on dangerous buildings.
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