Maps & Data
The Department of Planning prepares a variety interactive web maps and downloadable maps for community organizations, City agencies, City Council, the Mayor’s Office, and the general public.
Data & Demographics (update coming soon!)
Baltimore’s Department of Planning provides reliable data to inform city officials, planning staff and community members involved in the planning decision-making process.
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FEMA has issued new Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps and a Flood Insurance Study of the City of Baltimore! The Department of Planning is a repository for all FEMA Map products for the City of Baltimore. FEMA Map products identify regulatory floodplains and floodways with computed base flood elevations.
Email [email protected] for upcoming public hearings on new maps, map changes, development guidelines, or Map Information Services.
Click here to download the flood maps...(coming soon)
Baltimore’s housing market typology was developed to assist the City in its efforts to strategically match available public resources to neighborhood housing market conditions. The typology is a critical tool used by the Department of Housing’s Vacants to Value program to address city-wide vacant housing challenges.
The Community Association Directory is a comprehensive listing of community associations in Baltimore City, including citywide non-profits, umbrella organizations, community associations, business associations, and block groups. The directory is now fully available online with numerous new features.
This interactive mapping tool was developed to display real estate development and public investment throughout Baltimore City since 2010. Users can view project profiles either by entering an address or keyword or by selecting from the dots and boundary areas on the map.
The purpose of this interactive map is to provide geographic visualization of development projects and track them as they go through the review process. The points on the interactive map represent the status of the project at the time of any public hearing for which approval is required in order to obtain a building permit.