Interactive maps provide a unique way to explore a particular topic. The interactive maps in this gallery were developed using the MD iMAP infrastructure, services and application templates. The gallery contains interactive maps representing a wide range of public services and initiatives.Our most recent map gallery submissions are featured below:
Stormwater StoryState and federal law requires large urban jurisdictions to control stormwater pollution to the maximum extent practicable (MEP). Stormwater best management practices (BMPs) temporarily store and treat stormwater runoff to stop flooding and reduce pollution entering waterways. This story map is an educational tool to educate and promote an understanding of stormwater management efforts across the State of Maryland. It highlights how BMPs can improve the health of the waters and the health of a community. Examples include BMPs that are successfully implemented and those that do not meet project goals to show how future applications can be improved to be more functional.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE)
Maryland Archaeology Story MapMaryland Archaeology is an interactive online story map tour highlighting archaeological sites studied by the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) for over the past 30 years. Before MDOT constructs a highway project, its archaeologists assist the planning team to avoid, minimize or mitigate impacts to cultural resources. While most of this research is related to Federal and State requirements, some historic sites are studied in partnership with local agencies. As part of MDOT’s commitment to public outreach, we have compiled some of the State’s most exciting discoveries.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)
Maryland's FY19 Capital Budget MapFind 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)
MD iMAP Topography ViewerThe MD iMAP Topography Viewer allows users to view and interact with elevation services hosted on the MD iMAP LiDAR Server. The viewer contains elevation products for both the entire state and individual counties, basemaps, and additional layers for reference and point cloud downloads.
Provided by the Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT)
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 Designated Opportunity ZonesThe 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. Areas designated as Opportunity Zones 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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