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Maryland’s Osprey interactive map brings together many of the most useful geographic features for emergency situations. It can assist governments, communities and citizens alike in identifying vulnerable locations for natural disasters as well as resources for public safety planning.

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AgPrint targets certain areas for preservation and sets priorities among them The application provides information on the status, vulnerability, threat and stability of rural resource lands.

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The BayStat process applies data-driven methodology to assess on a regular basis, the health of our Chesapeake Bay. It includes multi-media maps and charting tools to track our our restoration progress.

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Broadband Map of Maryland

The Broadband Map is an interactive online mapping application that features up-to-date information about the broadband services available in Maryland. The map helps you to easily find high-speed Internet service for your home or business address.

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Capital Budget Map

Maryland’s Capital Budget Map allows you to see how capital dollars will be spent across the State of Maryland to construct public schools, roads, parks and libraries. This interactive map identifies most, but not all, major capital expenditures.

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Chesapeake Bay Trust Fund Map

The Trust Fund Mapper was designed to allow the public to track implementation of locally driven pollution reduction projects and strategies as well as locate these projects within their own watersheds and counties.

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Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor

The Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor’s (CSSC) myReGIS application was designed to address the complex land use planning needs associated with Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG).

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Maryland’s Coastal Atlas

The Coastal Atlas is a tool for visually analyzing and exploring data for coastal and ocean planning activities. It includes three separate map applications: Ocean, Estuaries, and Shorelines.

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Cycling and Hiking Trails Map

The interactive CycleMD route map displays trails, paths and lanes for bikers and hikers in both urban and rural areas throughout Maryland.

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Maryland Energy Savings Map

Maryland’s Energy Map shows where state investments have been made to upgrade facilities with energy efficient technology and systems to reduce usage and generate savings.

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Maryland Made Easy: Fast Track Project Screener

FastTrack is designed to expedite state review of qualifying development projects to promote economic development, job creation, and smart growth. The interactive map can be used to determine if your development project is located within a qualifying growth area(s).

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Maryland Flood Maps

Maryland’s Flood Risk Application helps citizens determine their current flood risk based on effective Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), and assess future flood risk based on preliminary Digital FIRMs (DFIRMs).

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Maryland’s GreenPrint map attempts to address the question “What are the most ecologically valuable lands in Maryland and what are we doing to protect them for future generations?” by mapping where valuable lands are and showing what has been protected and what needs protection.

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Maryland’s GrowthPrint map identifies the most appropriate land areas for redevelopment and/or revitalization, infill and future growth. This is an effort to keep with the principals of Smart Growth by guiding development to areas that already contain the infrastructure to support it.

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Maryland Housing Mapper

The Housing Mapper was designed to help identify information concerning Smart Growth Areas and various other State designations in a quick and easy fashion. Surveys designated and DHCD program areas.

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MERLIN: Marylands Environmental Resources and Land Information Network

MERLIN allows users to create a map for any location in Maryland, with choice of base map and various other data features to select and apply.

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PlanMaryland Citizen Input Map

The PlanMaryland Citizen Input map provides an opportunity to visualize PlanMaryland data and provide comments, as they relate to the draft version of the comprehensive plan. User input includes predefined questions and additional discussion. These inputs are identified on the map via marker symbols, specific to the user’s response.

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Marylanders Plant Trees

The Marylanders Plant Trees Initiative encourages citizens and organizations to partner with the State to plant new trees. The map is a tool that allows users to see the number, type, and location of trees that have been planted as part of this initiative.

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Recovery and Reinvestment in Maryland

This map show where ARRA funds have been allocated by county. The user can select from the different types of projects and see where individual projects, such as roadway improvements, have occurred. Summary graphs, descriptive information and need is also provided.

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Maryland Stream Health

This map provides indications on the health of any Maryland stream that has been part of sampling and evaluation efforts. The presence or absence of stream buffers and the amount of impervious surface are also available.

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Visit Maryland Tourism Map

Marylanders and prospective visitors can display more than 1,500 historic, cultural, natural and recreational attractions. Selecting an attraction gives descriptions, contact information and directions. Users can also customize the map to reflect their travel interests and use it as a trip planning tool.

Which Map? Select from possible layers of interest below

Agricultural Land Preservation - Arts - Arts & Entertainment Districts - Bay Critical Areas - Bicycle Routes - BRAC Zones - Breeding Bird Atlas - Broadband Providers - Broadband Service - Census Data - Community Legacy Areas - Congressional Districts - County-owned Lands - Coverage by Service Type - Cover Crops - Culture - Designated Neighborhoods - DNR Managed Lands - Drainage Basins - Ecological Areas - Education Investment - EMS Stations - Energy Investment - Enterprise Zones - Entertainment - Environmental Trust - Environment Investment - Estuaries - Family Safety Net - Federal owned lands - Fire Stations - Floodplain - Forested Buffers - Growth & Revitalization - Health Investment - Heritage Areas - Historic Tax Credits and TIZ - Hospitals - Housing Investment - Impervious Surfaces - Information Centers - Infrastructure - Internet Access - Internet Speed Test - Land Trails - Legislative Districts - Libraries - Locally Grown Farms - Main Streets - Maple Streets - Military - Museums - N.R. Historic Places - National Parks - Natural Heritage Areas - Ocean - Oyster Bars - Police Stations - Pollution - Priority Funding Areas - Program Open Space - Project Details - Property Parcels - Protected Areas - Protected Lands - Public Comment - Rail Transit - Road-Trail Links - Rural Legacy - Sampling Location - Satellite Imagery - Scenic Byways - School Locations - Sea Level Rise Vulnerability - Sensitive Areas - Shorelines - Soils - State Investment - State Parks - Streams - Sustainable Communities - Targeted Agricultural Area - Terrapin Habitat - Topography - Transit-Oriented Development - Transportation Investment - Tree Plantings - Tutorial - Underserved Communities - Video - Waste Water Treatment - Waterfowl Areas - Watersheds - Webcast - Wetlands - Workforce Investment - Zip Codes