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The reason for duplicate records in the Property Lookup is due to a single address being tied to many lots. Oftentimes businesses are built on several lots.
Open Data BR has been developed on hosted software provided by Socrata. When we first launched ODBR there was no paging for the tabular data, but this changed a couple of years later after a new release by Socrata. Unfortunately, at this time there is no way to revert back since this is using a hosted solution.
When using the Baton Rouge Crime Incidents dataset, please be mindful of the "Attempted" and "Committed" codes in the COMMITTED column of the Baton Rouge Crime Incidents dataset. For example, a shooting that does not end in death is coded as a “Homicide” in the CRIME column and "Attempted" in the COMMITTED column.
The six Open Data categories are: Housing and Development, Culture and Recreation, Government, Business and Financial, Public Safety, and Transportation and Infrastructure. For GIS data, there are two additional categories: Environment and Other Resources.
You can access Open Neighborhood BR from the Open Data BR homepage. The link to ONBR is http://my.brla.gov and the link to ODBR is http://data.brla.gov.
Currently, this type of data is not published in our Open Data BR platform.
The City-Parish does not really have a Health Unit, but we do publish all of the Louisiana Department of Health Retail Food Inspection data. This dataset was published beginning in January 2020 and usually updates on the 15th of each month.
Perhaps your neighborhood is not within the city limits of Baton Rouge. Open Neighborhood BR only provides police and fire incidents for the Baton Rouge Police and Fire departments.
The EBRGIS Program homepage can be accessed at https://gis.brla.gov.
You can sign up for a free developer account here: https://developers.arcgis.com.