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Regrid grew up in the civic technology, open data, and community advocacy scenes of Detroit, Michigan circa 2010 - 2020 (where we were founded and worked as Loveland Technologies).
We know that some of the most important projects in the world are way underfunded and that great data is needed by nonprofits, academics, governments, and advocates that don’t have large or consistent budgets.
Distressed properties in Detroit, 2019
"How do you conserve a healthy environment - forests, species, open space - with limited funding under a rapidly changing climate? It’s a phenomenal challenge! Regrid’s “Data with Purpose” program has allowed us, for the first time, to map potential benefits and costs of land conservation actions for (almost) every parcel in the country. It's an incredible novel and valuable foundation for scientific analysis and decision making that we could only have dreamed of five years ago."
Assistant Professor, PLACES
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"Over the past two years, I have had an opportunity to use and become familiar with the Regrid App. I can honestly say that it made canvassing the neighborhoods a million times easier, and much more efficient and effective! Being able to tap on an address, zoom in on a particular house or street, and store and track the data over a period of time enabled me and my team to keep meticulous records that were essential to our job success! Real-time updates, as well as phone support, helped a great deal whenever there were any issues. Keep up the good work. It definitely helps the ‘little folks’ out in the field every day."
Neighbor to Neighbor
"A 'GIS for Trail Design' Workshop for San Luis Obispo County, CA trail designers has been planned since January whereby participants will learn to use software tools and digital data such as elevation, imagery, soils, parcel, vegetation, etc. to design sustainable, multi-use trails. The Diablo Canyon Lands Working Group (DCLWG) was formed to provide input to PG&E regarding desired uses and ownership of lands to be transferred after decommissioning PG&E’s Diablo nuclear power plant. Regrid has generously provided parcel data for use by Workshop participants that will greatly enhance the design of world-class trail system. Workshop participants and the DCLWG are grateful to Regrid.
Subcommittee Chair, DGLWG Trails
In September of 2018, TREC (The Real Estate Council), Loveland, and other partners began a project called Community Driven Growth with funding from the JPMorgan Chase Pro Neighborhoods Grant Program. The goal was to work in three Dallas neighborhoods considered at risk of gentrification - the Bottom, Forest District and West Dallas - to pilot a model of what resident and community driven growth looks like. Loveland facilitated a large resident surveying project which you can read about in depth on this page; you can also read its affiliated document, the overall report of these efforts (of which Loveland was just one facet) here. This surveying component was intended to supplement other data being collected by the Community Driven Growth partners regarding community preferences, needs, and concerns.
Our nationwide parcel data is perfect for answering basic questions about the border wall that we hadn't heard much about in the media coverage.
What happened to the more than 6,000 properties that were involved in the 2017 Detroit Tax Foreclosure Auction? Detroit Action Commonwealth and Loveland teamed up to track these properties over time and understand more about how the auction process affects the city and its residents.
The Quicken Loans Community Fund, in partnership with the United Community Housing Coalition, sent teams of more than 400 Detroiters to visit every home at risk of tax foreclosure in the city of Detroit - 60,000 households. At each house, surveyors distributed foreclosure prevention information and gathered data using the Loveland survey app.
Western Reserve Land Conservancy surveyed every parcel in Cleveland in 2015 using the Loveland survey app. In 2018, they revisited more than 70,000 parcels on the east side, in order to see the impact of demolition funding during the past three years and analyze change over time in some of Cleveland’s hardest-hit neighborhoods.
If Data With Purpose isn't for you, don't worry - we have many other ways to access our parcel data!
Present data on a map and look up the freshest parcel details with our API.See API Details
View property details and use our mapping tools on our online platform.View SaaS Plans
Parcel data by the state or for the whole country, in a variety of useful formats.More on Bulk Data