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Growth, Planning and Revitalization

The interactive maps below provide information on housing and population growth, state budgets and elected officials and their jurisdictions.


This tool provides data on demographics, median housing sales, employment, transit use, land use land cover, generalized zoning, station area development projects, as well as TOD policies, programs, plans and implementation efforts within one-half mile a rail transit station.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Find out where tax dollars are spent across Maryland in categories of economic development, education, health and environment, public safety and safer neighborhoods and transportation.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM)



Find out where tax dollars are spent across Maryland in categories of economic development, education, health and environment, public safety and safer neighborhoods and transportation.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT), the Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM) and the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)



The Opportunity Zone program is a nationwide initiative administered by the U.S. Treasury created under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The program provides federal tax incentives for investment in distressed communities over the next 10 years. 彩运网官网平台Areas designated as Oppo​rtunity Zone​s will be able to reap the benefits of capital gains to help redevelop underserved communities. The U.S. Treasury has designated the state’s 149 Opportunity Zones. The designations will be effective for 10 years.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)


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Medusa, Maryland’s cultural resource information system, is a new interactive map-based tool to view our extensive geographic database and to access the records linked to these resources. Through Medusa, you can access information about architectural and archeological resources recorded in the Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties (MIHP) and the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), as well as properties on which MHT holds preservation easements.

Provided by the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT)



Find out where tax dollars are spent across Maryland in categories of economic development, education, health and environment, public safety and safer neighborhoods and transportation.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT), the Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM) and the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)



Find out where tax dollars are spent across Maryland in categories of economic development, education, health and environment, public safety and safer neighborhoods and transportation.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT), the Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM) and the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)



Project C.O.R.E. or Creating Opportunities for Renewal and Enterprise, means a new canvas for Baltimore, clearing the way for new green space, new affordable and mixed use housing, new and greater opportunities for small business owners to innovate and grow. The initiative will generate jobs, strengthen the partnership between the City of Baltimore and the State of Maryland and lead to safer, healthier and more attractive spaces for families to live and put down roots.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)



The coastal areas of the Chesapeake contain a high concentration of vulnerable historic architecture and archeological sites. The Lower Eastern Shore is particularly threatened. The app allows users to explore the impact continued sea level rise will have on historic landmarks in Maryland.​

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP) and Maryland Historical Trust (MHT).



This application provides key information regarding multifamily rental development properties that were either renovated or newly constructed using financing from the Department and other sources.

Provided by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)



This application has been designed to help prospect buyers locate addresses and find out if they fall in any incentive zones. These incentive zones can help determine what programs they qualify for.

Provided by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)


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FINDER Online users can locate a property by address, ZIP code or by area of interest. Information can be accessed, attribute data extracted and area maps generated in a variety of formats.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



The MDP Parcel Viewer allows users to search for parcel information by address, place name, and parcel account ID using the search locator. Users can access assessment information through built-in links.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



The MMP “You've Earned It!” program is open to potential 彩运cy888登录-buyers through the Maryland Mortgage Program in one of Maryland’s “Sustainable Communities.” Use this application to check property eligibility.

Provided by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)



This application summarizes income, poverty and unemployment rates based on American Community Survey Data. The application also provides comparative information over two separate time periods.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Preserve Maryland charts a way for the historic preservation community to work effectively to protect the state's historic and cultural heritage. This map displays key historic preservation data and other layers pertinent to the plan.

Provided by the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT)



Priority Funding Area are existing communities and places where local governments want State invest​ment to support future growth. Use this map to enter an address and determine eligibility.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



The Viewer provides a common platform to view Maryland Census 2010 and American Community Survey (2010 - 2014) data. There are 4 integrated maps available that provide ready access to explore valuable statistical data.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Maryland adopted new Congressional districts on October 20, 2011. This interactive map provides a common platform to view Maryland Congressional and Legislative districts.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Maryland has 67 State Legislative districts and 8 Congressional districts. Use this map to enter your address and determine who represents you in the Maryland General Assembly and the U.S. Congress.

Provided by the Maryland State Archives (MSA)



Compare Maryland's 2007 - 2008 and 2013 - 2014 6 inch resolution imagery. Imagery acquistion funded by the Emergency Number Systems Board (ENSB) and the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Maryland adopted new State Legislative districts on February 24, 2012. This interactive map provides a common platform to view Maryland Legislative and Congressional districts.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Land use/land cover data is used to show development trends in the Maryland landscape. Use the map to explore and determine changes in Maryland's land use/land cover between 2002 and 2010.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



This interactive map of local and state identified growth and conservation areas was created to improve the coordination of planning at the state and local level in Maryland.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)



Compare Maryland's average annual population growth rate for Maryland's jurisdictions for 2000 - 2007 with Maryland's average annual population growth rate for 2007 - 2013 using a swipe function.

Provided by the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP)

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