Metropolitan Philadelphia Indicators Project (MPIP) releases interactive maps. MPIP is a community indicators project out of Temple University.
Elizabeth Nash, our tireless Director of Data and Product Development, was recently elected to the Association of Public Data Users (APDU) Board of Directors. APDU is a membership network of individuals and organizations who work with and care about public data – just like us! APDU disseminates valuable information concerning the latest developments in government […]
Welcome Jonah Taylor, PolicyMap’s new User Interface Designer.
Kentucky Department for Public Health launches interactive maps powered by PolicyMap! Kentucky Public Health developed its Health Risks and Resources map to help local public health personnel prepare to respond to vulnerable populations in case of an emergency. Kentucky Public Health loaded the locations of key preparedness resources — emergency management offices, long-term care facilities […]
Infographic from PolicyMap Shows Impact of Census Tract Boundary Changes Drive into any US town and you’ll see the famous population sign. Whether it’s a metropolitan city with a population in the millions or a small farming community populated with more animals than people, the numbers we see on those signs are merely a suggestion. […]