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Topeka was selected for the Bloomberg Philanthropies' What Works Cities initiative for our efforts to track, use, and publish data to the public.
The City of Topeka works hard to keep all data open to the public. This allows you to see how money is spent, where the money comes from, and what projects the city is currently engaged in. Take some time and look through our data collections.
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