The mission of EGIS, under the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology (MOIT) is to collect, organize, manage, standardize, and distribute geospatial data and systems within an enterprise technology solution; providing cost savings and improving the quality of services provided by the City of Baltimore. EGIS leverages geographic technology along with associated tools and applications to support daily City operations, emergency response, data analysis, and policy making.
- Coordinate City-wide efforts to maximize the value of City investments in geographic information and technology.
- Improve the quality of City decision-making through the use of accurate and timely geographic information.
- Promote the appropriate use of City geographic information assets through public and private agreements, partnerships and programs.
- Recommend policies, licenses and standards to support the proper control and protection of City geographic information assets.
- Baltimore City Interactive Maps Gallery
a gallery of maps and applications that helps people find commonly used geography layers for a better understanding of the city.
- Baltimore CityView
An interactive, online mapping tool designed to provide residents, visitors, researchers, and individuals doing business in the city easy access to a host of useful information about the City of Baltimore’s services and amenities.
- Board of Elections Polling Place Finder
Mapping Application that helps citizens locate their election polling place and obtain information about current elected officials. Typically used by citizens during an election season, but can be used throughout the year to determine which elected official represents the precinct they reside in.
- Crimes On-line
This website allows the public to query the Baltimore Police Department database of reported crime.
- Code Violations
A web application for searching and mapping Baltimore City’s housing code violations.