Here are the winning submissions from The Place Database Contest, showing how compelling maps can be used to illustrate issues in land use and planning.
Areas can be ready when disasters strike by identifying their strengths and weaknesses, with new Baseline Resilience Indicators for Communities (BRIC) data.
PolicyMap has improved its home sale data to now include two-to-four unit housing and condominiums/cooperative housing, in addition to single-family homes.
PolicyMap has developed new Medical Spending Estimates data that allow users to see which neighborhoods are likely burdened the most by medical expenses.
In many ways, people’s incomes often depend on where they were raised. Different areas can offer different resources for different life outcomes.
The past year has seen devastating hurricanes, floods, and fires. But going into summer, officials must prepare for the deadliest weather event: heat waves.
Hospitals can play a leading role in efforts to attract, organize, and even make Qualified Opportunity Fund investments in the communities that they serve.
Cities are full of institutions and resources that serve communities. As different government departments oversee these assets, how can they work together?