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Baltimore Cityview is 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.

The tool starts with a map of the City of Baltimore, along with an interactive section where you can select your request, based on your chosen address or City neighborhood. Once you have chosen your location, it is very simple to use the pull-down menus to find the relevant information for your location.

Below is a list of data sets that are currently on the site and under which categories they can be found. However, we will be continuously adding new data sets to the application so please check CityView often for new updates.

We are committed to making the application the best and most accurate that it can be, so if you’ve notice a data discrepancy or an issue with the application, we’ve included a comment section where you can inform us.

For Residents:

You will be able to use Cityview to access information about city services and your elected representatives based on your address and/or neighborhood.

Cityview provides information about:

  • Property Information: Exact address, Block Lot, Lot Size (including square footage), Zoning Code, Sale Date, Property Description.
  • Public Safety: Closest Fire and Police Stations, Police District Locations.
  • City Life (Amenities): Farmers Markets, Grocery Stores, Shopping Centers Libraries
  • City Services: Code Red Cooing Center, Neighborhood Liaisons, Snow Zones, Trash and Recycling Pick-up Days.
  • Education: BCPS Schools, Private Schools, Colleges & Universities.
  • Political Representation: City Council Representative and District, MD State Legislative Representative and District, Voter Ward & Precinct. 
  • Landmarks: Closest Monuments, Location inside CHAP (Commission for Historical & Architectural Preservation) and/or NRHP (National Register of Historic Places) Districts?
  • Demographics: 2000-2010 Census Tract Population Change, ESRI Tapestry™ Lifestyle Segments.
  • Weather: Advisories from NOAA.
  • Recreational Amenities: Basketball Courts, Playgrounds, Pools, Tennis Courts, and Recreational Trails.
  • Cultural Institutions: Museums, Performance & Art Spaces.
  • Transportation: Bikeways, Multi-Use Trails, and stops for the Light Rail, Metro Subway, MARC Commuter Train, and Charm City Circulator Lines, Greyhound Bus Terminals.
  • Health: Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Dialysis Centers

For Visitors:

Cityview provides visitors to Baltimore with information that is useful for trip planning, including where to find nearby sites, amenities, and transportation facilities, and weather advisories.

  • Public Safety: Closest Fire and Police Stations, Police District Locations.
  • Landmarks: Closest Monuments, Location inside CHAP (Commission for Historical & Architectural Preservation) and/or NRHP (National Register of Historic Places) Districts?
  • Weather: Advisories from NOAA.
  • Recreational Amenities: Basketball Courts, Playgrounds, Pools, Tennis Courts, and Recreational Trails.
  • Cultural Institutions: Museums and Universities.
  • Transportation: Bikeways, Multi-Use Trails, and stops for the Light Rail, Metro Subway, MARC Commuter Train, and Charm City Circulator Lines.

For Business Persons:

If you are doing business, or plan to do business or conduct research in the City of Baltimore, Cityview provides location-specific tools to help you research areas where your business can succeed.

  • Property Information: Exact address, Block Lot, Lot Size (including square footage), Zoning Code, Sale Date, Property Description.
  • Public Safety: Closest Fire and Police Stations, Police District Locations.
  • Business Information: Zoning Information and Food Truck Locations
  • Starting a Small Business: Look for specific areas in the City of Baltimore with special conditions and incentives:
    o BDC Retail Districts
    o CHAP Historic Districts
    o Critical Area
    o Enterprise Zones
    o FEMA Flood Plain Locations
    o Planned Unit Developments
    o Urban Renewal Plan Areas
    o Zoning Assignments
  • City Services: Code Red Cooing Center, Neighborhood Liaisons, Snow Zones, Trash and Recycling Pick-up Days.
  • Green Buildings: Gold, Silver, and Platinum Certified Green Buildings, and Registered Green Buildings, as per the US Green Building Council.
  • Political Representation: City Council Representative and District, MD State Legislative Representative and District, Voter Ward & Precinct.
  • Demographics: 2000-2010 Census Tract Population Change, ESRI Tapestry™ Lifestyle Segments.
  • Transportation: Bikeways, Multi-Use Trails, and stops for the Light Rail, Metro Subway, MARC Commuter Train, and Charm City Circulator Lines.

Disclaimer: this data is updated frequently, and as a result, we cannot be held liable for any information that may be misleading.

Contacts

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401 E Fayette St, 4th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202
443-741-3213

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