• data.maryland.gov

    Welcome to data.maryland.gov, Maryland's Open Data Portal. This site is a central location for Maryland's public data, increasing government transparency and accountability by providing Marylanders with an unprecedented level of access to their state government.
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    Can't find the geographic data you are looking for on data.maryland.gov? Maryland iMap is Maryland's mapping and GIS data portal. Users can search for maps and dashboards in categories such as health, education, environment and more.
  • Open Data Microsites for Municipalities & Counties

    Do you work for a town, city, or county which wants its own Open Data site for free? The State of Maryland will build and host your Open Data site. Anywhere with under 100,000 people is eligible. Click here to contact us and get started.
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  • data.maryland.gov
  • iMap: Maryland's Mapping & GIS Portal
  • Open Data Microsites for Municipalities & Counties
  • Uploading New Datasets: Tutorial
  • Editing Data: Tutorial
  • Who Received State Funds Last Year? Who Received State Funds Last Year?

    This dataset shows payments made by state agencies in FY2014 which were $25,000 or more. All parties receiving funds are shown: private businesses, local governments, non-profit organizations, and individuals.

  • What's the Crime Rate in your County? What's the Crime Rate in your County?

    Dare are provided by the Maryland Statistical Analysis Center (MSAC), within the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP). MSAC, in turn, receives these data from the FBI's annual Uniform Crime Reports.

  • What's Happening Inside our Prisons and Jails? What's Happening Inside our Prisons and Jails?

    Shows links to datasets and graphs which contain Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) data from its Facilities, Facility-Specific, and Community Supervision reports. These three reports, or "data templates", are submitted monthly to the Governor's Office and Department of Information Technology (DoIT).

  • Who Can Inspect your Property for Lead Paint? Who Can Inspect your Property for Lead Paint?

    The Inspection Contractors (IC) listed have been accredited/licensed by the Maryland Department of the Environment to provide lead paint inspection services.

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