The interactive maps below help provide real-time data to the public and public safety decision-makers during severe weather or other emergency events. Decision-makers can answer questions such as "What's happening around me?" and "What can I do about it?" The public can see statewide power outages or find out if they live in a flood prone area.
Know Your ZoneKnow Your Zone is a color-coded interactive map you can use to determine which storm evacuation zone you live in based upon your street address. Knowing your zone will help you avoid unnecessary evacuation travel, thereby reducing highway congestion, easing overcrowding at local storm shelters and boosting public safety.
Provided by the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)
Maryland State Government ClosingsThis map provides information on Maryland State Government closings. Closings, Early Release, Delayed Start and Liberal Leave statuses are displayed for each county for weather or other emergency related incidents.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM)
Maryland OSPREY PublicReal-time traffic conditions, weather radar and warnings provide the latest information on conditions in Maryland. Hurricane tracks, power outages and flood prone areas provide vital information during seasonal storms.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MEMA)
Maryland OSPREY Power OutagesUse the map to track estimated outages in your area. Data is summarized by county and ZIP code and updated every 15 - 30 minutes. Participating utilities include: BGE, Choptank, Delmarva, PEPCO, Potomac Edison and SMECO.
Provided by the
Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MEMA)
Maryland's Emergency Truck Parking LocationsDuring 6+ inch snow storms, tractor trailer drivers may use several commuter park and ride lots for safe haven to ride out the storm instead of parking on ramps and roadsides. Use the map to locate potential parking nearby.
Provided by the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA)
DFIRM Outreach - Flood Risk ApplicationMaryland is subject to flooding from several different sources. This tool is designed to aid in researching flood risk in the state of Maryland. Gather information on your existing and preliminary flood status.
Provided by the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE)
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