We are a group of civic hackers, technologists, public servants, and community leaders in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, St. Paul, and metro area) focused on improving the technology of our cities. We are a Code for America Brigade partnered with E-Democracy.org.

See our Mission Statement and Goals for more information.

Please join us if you have any interest or curiosity in experimenting with new technologies that address community or civic needs, or wish to discuss how a new or improved technology can help the community we live in.

For discussion, please join the Open Twin Cities Google Group.

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Open Data and Civic Tech

Recent Meetups

  • 5 days ago · 6:00 PM

    Monthly Meetup

    14 OTCers | 4.50

    We'll be having our monthly open work meetup again at the Humphrey School on April 28th at 6pm. Bring yourself, your skills, your passion, and your ideas. We'll bring... Learn more
  • April 7 · 6:00 PM

    Another Monthly Meetup

    8 OTCers

    We're happy to announce that GovDelivery has opened its doors to Open Twin Cities and is letting us hold a meetup in their downtown St. Paul office! So, in addition to... Learn more
  • March 24 · 6:00 PM

    Monthly Meetup

    11 OTCers | 5.00

    As usual, this meeting will be an open lab time where we will work on projects. Come with ideas for projects, things you may have already started, or we'll try to match... Learn more
  • March 3 · 6:00 PM

    Another Monthly Meetup

    10 OTCers | 4.50

    We're happy to announce that GovDelivery has opened its doors to Open Twin Cities and is letting us hold a meetup in their downtown St. Paul office! So, in addition to... Learn more
  • February 26 · 6:00 PM

    Book Club - When Google Met Wikileaks

    9 OTCers | 4.00

    Civic tech isn't just about coding and designing. There are a lot of great books and articles out there that address society, culture, technology, discrimination,... Learn more
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