One project I'm aware of is the 'MyReps' tool, which was created by DataMade & the Participatory Budgeting Project. This uses Google's Civic Information API to provide a nice interface which allows you to type in your zip code and receive a list of elected representatives. From DataMade's announcement blog post:
In every city, town, and county road in America, you are represented
by people voted into office. Some of these people you know: the
president, your town’s mayor, and perhaps the governor of your state.
But what about the rest? Do you know who your 2 Senators are? Or how
about your member from the House of Representatives? Or your city
council members? Your county government? The board of your Mosquito
Abatement District? (Yes, this is a real thing.)
Chances are you don’t know them all, or even the majority of them. But
these people still represent you and make important decisions on your
The project is open-source and can be viewed on GitHub.