Get Kids Outside Website
A storymap of Project Green Classrooms
Housing Market: County Profiles
Annual county housing market profiles reporting on housing indicators, demographics, and DHCD investment.
Maryland Coastal Atlas
The Coastal Atlas is a mapping tool that allows state and local decision-makers to visually analyze and explore coastal and ocean data layers for project and planning purposes. Using the built-in tools, the user can query, map, and analyze spatial data to better understand Maryland's marine resources.
Maryland Growth & Conservation Analysis Tool
The Growth and Conservation Overlay interactive map shows local and state targeted growth and conservation areas for coordinated planning, management and resource allocation. The purpose of these areas is to identify where and how local and state government, as well as the private sector, can work together to achieve common goals.
Maryland InfoPortal is the best one stop for finding financial and non-financial assistance, containing links to 700-plus state programs providing financial, non-financial and technical assistance and direct development to local government, civic and private organizations, and individuals.
Maryland Land Use / Land Cover 2010
The Land Use & Cover map and data is used to show development trends on the landscape in Maryland.
Maryland Mobility & Economy Dashboard
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration's (SHA) mobility related efforts are highlighted in this dashboard based on data from the Maryland State Highway Mobility Report.
Maryland Public Water Access
This web page provides information on public water access sites in Maryland. Sites listed include boat ramps and soft launches (specifically for non-motorized vessels).
Maryland's Green Infrastructure Assessment
The Green Infrastructure Assessment (GIA), based on principles of landscape ecology and conservation biology, identified an ecological network using satellite imagery to characterize land cover, Geographic Information System (GIS) data on road, stream, wetland and other resource features, and biological databases.
Maryland's Tier II Waters
MDE Storymap of Tier II Waters describes how Maryland protects its Tier II streams on a watershed scale, to better ensure that downstream high quality waters are maintained.
MDOT Environmental Programs Interactive Map
A series of storymaps of MDOT's comprehensive systems approach to environmental stewardship.
MDOT Maps & Apps Gallery at MD iMAP
Easily search for the latest data and geospatial content from MDOT and the entire State of Maryland.
MERLIN-Maryland’s Environmental Resource & Land Information Network
Maryland's Environmental Resources and Land Information Network (MERLIN) Online allows users to produce a custom map of any location in Maryland, to include their choice of base maps and data layers.
Reducing Maryland’s Vulnerability to Climate Change Phase I: Sea-level rise and coastal storms
Maryland’s Climate Action Plan includes two climate change adaptation strategies that are currently being used to guide state-level adaptation planning efforts. The first strategy (Phase I) addresses the impacts associated with sea level rise and coastal storms.
Reducing Maryland’s Vulnerability to Climate Change Phase II: Building societal, economic, and ecological resilience
Maryland’s Climate Action Plan includes two climate change adaptation strategies that are currently being used to guide state-level adaptation planning efforts. The second strategy (Phase II) addresses changes in precipitation patterns and increased temperature, and the likely impacts to human health, agriculture, forest and terrestrial ecosystems, bay and aquatic environments, water resources, and population growth and infrastructure.
Transfer of Development Rights Programs
Maryland Department of Planning provides outreach, education, technical assistance and analysis support to local governments on Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) programs.
Weather It Together
The Maryland Historical Trust offers a Weather It Together program, providing technical assistance to aid local governments in three key areas: hazard mitigation planning, disaster response and recovery, and climate change adaptation.