Code for Huntsville

Code for Huntsville is Huntsville's chapter of Code for America's "Brigades" network. Now rebranded as "Code the South," the group organizes action around two goals: 1) Lobbying local government to publish non-sensitive public data to open, API-accessible databases, 2) Building civic apps using that data, either based on the city's needs or the broader needs of the citizens of Huntsville.

Since its inception, the group has worked on a number of projects, including a mobile app called Frontier, a Google Analytics dashboard, a trolley tracking app called Hop Around Huntsville, and a project that involves gathering bicycle tracking data.