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Meetup counts over 100,000 members of 166 civic hacking meetups around the world. The groups included here vary in how technical they are, but you can always count on meeting people and contributing to projects, regardless of whether or not you can code.

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OpenSTL

OpenSTL

St Louis, MO

Given the transformative potential of technology, OpenSTL invites civic geeks of all stripes, from developers to community leaders, to come together to use technology and data to improve the lives of everyone in St. Louis.

Česko Digital

Česko Digital

Radlická 180/50, Smíchov, 150 00 Praha, Czechia

Jsme komunita špičkových vývojářů, designérů a produkťáků, kteří chtějí ve svém volném čase pomáhat státu i nestátním organizacím a dělat tak Česko lepším místem k životu.

Code for Boston

Code for Boston addresses local social and civic challenges through creative uses of technology.

Code for PDX

Code for PDX

Portland, OR

Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Code for PDX is here to help.

Code for Bloomington

Code for Bloomington

Bloomington, IN

Code for Bloomington is an official Code for America Brigade in Bloomington, IN working on projects with government and community partners to improve people’s lives.

Code for Anchorage

Code for Anchorage

Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America

We're a brigade of Code for America, which means that we're a volunteer group of coders who like to work on software projects for the good of our community.

Civic Makers Melbourne

Civic Makers Melbourne

Melbourne VIC, Australia

It is a collective of people using their skills to create things for the public good. Sometimes this involves tech, sometimes community organising, sometimes it's just talking about and understanding a problem from different points of view.

Civic Labs Belgium

Civic Labs Belgium

Belgium (België / Belgique / Belgien)

Citizens creating solutions to improve cities and communities in Belgium

Code for New Mexico

Code for New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

Code For New Mexico is not-for-profit, volunteer-driven community outreach that improves people’s lives through technology. We believe in putting technology to work in service of our local communities to better the lives of our citizenry.

Code for Boulder

Code for Boulder

Boulder, CO

Code For Boulder lies within the intersection of tech, data, and community engagement. Boulder is a vibrant city; we join up with local government, non-profits, and community organizers to help bring out the best in the place we call home.

Open NC Collaborative

WE ARE A COLLABORATIVE GROUP OF CODE FOR AMERICA VOLUNTEER BRIGADES FROM NORTH CAROLINA

Code for Greensboro

Code for Greensboro

Greensboro, NC

Leveraging open civic data and technology to improve access to local government, and community services.

Open Twin Cities

Open Twin Cities

St. Paul, MN

A group for civic hackers, innovative government employees, and concerned citizens for the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and Saint Paul) metro area

Open Uptown

Open Uptown

Chicago, IL

We forge partnerships between neighbors who use technology to improve interactions with, and access to, public services.

Code for Asheville

Code for Asheville

Asheville, NC

We are people who care about our community and want to help make it better.

Code for NL

Code for NL

Netherlands (Nederland, Holland)

The Code for NL Foundation is the Dutch network of developers and designers who work together on an open and honest digital government and society.

Code for DC

Code for DC

Washington, DC

Founded in 2012, Code for DC is a non-partisan, non-political group of volunteer civic hackers working together to solve local issues and help people engage with the city.

Code for Hackensack

Code for Hackensack

Hackensack, NJ

We are futurists. We are founders. We are friends.We are the Hackensack Brigade of Code for America.

Ottawa Civic Tech

Ottawa Civic Tech (YOWCT) is a community of citizens from diverse sectors and experiences who are interested in better understanding our complex social and civic challenges and building solutions at t

Code for Pittsburgh

Code for Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Code for Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh region’s Code for America Brigade, makes the Pittsburgh region a better place through the use of information and technology.

CryptoHarlem

CryptoHarlem

Harlem, Manhattan, New York, NY, USA

CryptoHarlem is a Digital Surveillance Clinic that has been meeting on a monthly basis since 2013 in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. It is always open to the public and completely free of charge.

Civic Lab Gent

Civic Lab Gent

Wispelbergstraat 2, Gent, België

Lab for open citizen Science and tech

Open Eugene

Open Eugene

Eugene, Oregon, USA

Code for America Brigade for Eugene, Oregon

Chi Hack Night

Chicago's weekly event to build, share, and learn about civic tech.

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