- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-10-18T16:30:03.000Z
The statement of Changes in Equity is a statement which is a representation of accumulated surplus, revaluation reserve and other reserve movements at 30 June each financial year. While all due care has been taken in providing these figures, some errors and discrepancies may be present.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-09-19T00:29:35.000Z
This dataset provides the latest population forecasts (prepared April 2019) for private dwellings and households, including the number of vacant private dwellings and vacancy rates, persons in private and non private dwellings and average household size. Forecasts are provided for single years from 2016 to 2041 for our municipality as well as thirteen small areas according to our Census of Land Use and Employment (also known as CLUE small areas). <p>The forecasts are prepared by an independent, specialist agency (.id). Further information can be found on our <a href="https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/about-melbourne/research-and-statistics/city-population/Pages/population-forecasts.aspx">Population Forecasts</a> page. <a href="https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/browse?q=population+forecast"> <p>Related datasets</a> are also available on Open Data and include household type forecasts and population forecasts by age and gender.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-09-30T23:55:32.000Z
Indicators help us to assess our municipality's performance, measure progress and compare with other cities. The results also help us monitor our Council Plan and guide policy, planning and management to ensure that Melbourne continues to be a liveable, bold, inspirational and sustainable city. <p>A visual representation of the indicators presented here can be found in our <a href="https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/about-melbourne/research-and-statistics/Pages/Liveability.aspx"><u>online visualisation.</u></a> The indicators are from a select list we collect for the following two main activities: <p>1. The <u>City of Melbourne Social Indicator Survey (CoMSIS)</u> provides insight into the health, wellbeing, participation and connection of residents in our city. This data is collected to directly address some of the Council Plan’s municipal outcome indicators and support our health and wellbeing priorities. Findings of the survey give insight into the perceived quality of life for our residents. <p>2. The <a href="https://www.dataforcities.org/wccd/"><u>World Council on City Data (WCCD)</u></a> is a network of cities committed to improving services and quality of life with open city data and standardised urban indicators. The WCCD developed and oversees an international standard for city data: <i>ISO 37120 Sustainable Development of Communities: Indicators for City Services and Quality of Life.</i> The City of Melbourne is a member of this network and annually submits indicators for verification in accordance with this standard. <p>Related datasets: <br><b><a href="https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/People-Events/Social-Indicators-for-City-of-Melbourne-Residents-/n9ie-cp6t">Social Indicators for City of Melbourne Residents 2018</a></b>
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-10-13T14:03:32.000Z
This dataset contains spatial polygons which represent parking bays across the city. Each bay can also link to it's parking meter, and parking sensor information. How the data joins: There are three datasets that make up the live parking sensor release. They are the on-street parking bay sensors, on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay information. The way the datasets join is as follows. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street parking bays by the marker_id attribute. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street car park bay restrictions by the bay_id attribute. The on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay information don’t currently join. Please see City of Melbourne's disclaimer regarding the use of this data. https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/stories/s/94s9-uahn
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-04-17T08:02:55.000Z
The City of Melbourne has installed in-ground parking bay sensors in most CBD parking bays. These sensors record when a vehicle arrives and when it departs. Each record also includes the parking restriction for the bay and whether the vehicle has overstayed that restriction. This is the data for the 2016 calendar year. Known data issues: 1. There are 342,475 records that have the text ‘OLD’ at the end of the restriction in the field named ‘Sign’. This has been investigated and determined the text refers to one of two things, either: · At the time of the parking event the restriction that has been captured is correct but when the data was extracted from the server (July 2017) the restriction had since changed. · (Or) The particular sensor has since been replaced. 2. There are a number of records that have a negative value in the duration in field ‘seconds’. This occurs due to a sensor detecting an arrival time being after the departure time. 3. There are a number of records where the arrival and departure times have not been recorded. If the time has not been recorded the time is calculated from midnight of the arrival day to either midnight of the departure day or to the departure time. Data that is excluded: In the 2016 car parking event data there are 4,346 records where the parking event goes into 2017 and ends at midnight.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-10-18T16:26:07.000Z
The City of Melbourne has installed in-ground parking bay sensors in most CBD parking bays. These sensors record when a vehicle arrives and when it departs. Each record also includes the parking restriction for the bay and whether the vehicle has overstayed that restriction. This is the data for the 2014 calendar year
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-10-18T16:29:26.000Z
This dataset contains detailed daily information on parking restrictions in each Pay Stay zone. There can be multiple restrictions per Pay Stay zone per day. This data can be linked to both the street segment Pay Stay zone dataset. https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Transport-Movement/Pay-stay-zones-linked-to-street-segments/7q9g-yyvg and also the sign plate Pay Stay zone dataset https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Transport-Movement/Sign-plates-located-in-each-pay-stay-zone/wwkr-v8s7 The datasets can be joined on Pay Stay zone. For further information on Pay Stay https://www.paystay.com.au/
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-10-18T16:31:26.000Z
These flow routes are derived from the 2008 DEM surface using ESRI Spatial Analyst stream order tool with STRAHLER ordering. The GRID_CODE field represents stream order. Lines with no tributaries are assigned an order of one and are referred to as first order. When two first-order links intersect, the downslope link is assigned an order of two. When two second-order links intersect, the downslope link is assigned an order of three and so on. This was undertaken as part of the urbanforest program, the shapefile excludes a portion of Kensington that became part of City of Melbourne after this data was processed.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-10-13T16:30:38.000Z
This dataset contains all the non parking sign panels, such as Stop signs, wayfinding, speed restrictions within the City of Melbourne. A sign panel is the part of the sign that display the information. This dataset also contains information regarding disabled access, as referenced in the data by the use of DDA acronym.
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-10-13T23:41:44.000Z
<b>General Information:</b> Contains information from in-ground car parking bay sensors across the city with status indicating if a car is present or not present, the spatial coordinate of the sensor, and the street marker id. <b>Accessing the most current data:</b> To access the most recent data please use the <a href='https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/resource/vh2v-4nfs.json?$limit=5000'>v2.0 SODA API endpoint</a> or the <a href='https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/api/views/vh2v-4nfs/rows.csv?accessType=DOWNLOAD'>CSV download link</a>. Accessing the data from Socrata's v2.1 SODA API will access cached data which is only updated hourly. <b>Additional information:</b> Further information about City of Melbourne's parking sensors can be found <a href="https://melbourne.vic.gov.au/parking-and-transport/parking/Pages/parking-faqs.aspx#sensors">here</a>. <b>How the data joins:</b> There are three datasets that make up the live parking sensor release. They are the on-street parking bay sensors, <a href="https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Transport-Movement/On-street-Parking-Bays/crvt-b4kt">on-street parking bays</a> and the <a href="https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Transport-Movement/On-street-Car-Park-Bay-Restrictions/ntht-5rk7/data">on-street car park bay restrictions</a>. The way the datasets join is as follows. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street parking bays by the marker_id attribute. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street car park bay information by the bay_id attribute. The on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay information don’t currently join. <b>Feedback welcome</b> This dataset is currently in a beta release and your feedback about enhancements or issues can be sent to email@example.com. <b>Disclaimer</b> While all due care has been taken to ensure the data of this website is accurate, current and available please note: · there may be errors or omission in it · there may be occasions where the data is not available and/or the website will be unavailable. The City of Melbourne and its employees accept no responsibility for any loss, damage, claim, expense, cost or liability whatsoever (including in contract, tort including negligence, pursuant to statue and otherwise) arising in respect of or in connection with accessing, using or reliance upon the data in this website, or the unavailability of the data or the website. <b>Require additional support?</b> Discuss your needs for additional support or up-time with the <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Open Data Team</a>.