Welcome to CityCamp NC

CityCamp NC is an annual event that brings citizens, city/county/state government, and businesses together to openly innovate and improve our quality of life through technology.

The fourth annual CityCamp NC event was held May 29-31, 2014. Thanks to all of our sponsors, speakers, and attendees for making the 2014 CityCamp NC a successful event. Continue the conversation on Twitter using the  hashtag #citycampNC.

 citycampnc_2014_wpuAdd the winners are…

Congratulations to FreeWheeling NC for prototyping  a way to make biking safer in NC. The team was Amy Simes, Anna Stokes, Carsi Tong, Anthony Castrati, and Chad Foley assisted by Andrea Restle-Lay and John Weis. CityCamp NC organizers hope that this and other projects will continue to be worked on throughout the year during the Triangle Code for America hack nights and meet-ups. Help the winning team continue their work by visiting freewheelingnc.raleighacorn.com.

To get involved with CityCampNC planning, contact one of the planning co-chairs Patrick Gravinese or  Jason Hibbets.

Be sure to join our Google Group for email updates.

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