The Baltimore City Department of Planning created the following neighborhood profiles to provide demographic, economic, social, and housing data for everyone to use.  The neighborhood profiles contains 2000 Census, 2010 Census, and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.  The Planning department made a special request of the US Census Bureau to tabulate the 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates data using our neighborhood boundaries.  In 2010, the Census Bureau changed the way it collects socioeconomic data.  The American Community Survey replaced the ‘long-form’ questionnaire of the decennial census.  It takes 5 years to collect enough surveys to represent small geographies, and therefore what is used to produce these neighborhood profiles.  These profiles conform to the neighborhood boundaries that were in place from 2000 to 2010.  A few name changes and/or boundary changes took place in 2011.  See these maps for details.

In addition to data tables, the Planning Department created an interactive map that highlights  changes in population between the 2000 Census and the 2010 Census.  The interactive map includes a swipe feature, allowing you to pan back and forth between maps to view where the changes in population have taken place since 2000. The map includes links to the detailed neighborhood profiles.  Here is the link to the interactive map (best viewed in Chrome or Firefox).

To read about the issues that may affect the estimates of the American Community Survey, read this presentation from the US Census Bureau –  ACS_Affect_Est.  The Department of Planning  included the margin of error in the neighborhood profiles for the American Community Survey data.

We would like to thank the following partners for their contribution and assistance in creating the profiles:  Johns Hopkins University, Sheridan Libraries; Morgan State University, University of Maryland University of Baltimore, Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance-Jacob France Institute

*Map of change that took place in 2011.

Baltimore City

Abell    Arcadia    Allendale *    Armistead Gardens    Arlington    Baltimore-Linwood *    Baltimore Highlands    Ashburton    Barre Circle    Barclay    Bayview (aka Joseph Lee) *    Belair-Edison    Beechfield    Bellona-Gittings    Belvedere (aka Mid-Govans) *    Better Waverly    Berea    Biddle Street    Beverly Hills    Bolton Hill    Brewers Hill    Booth-Boyd *    Boyd-Booth (aka Booth-Boyd) *   Broadway East    Bridgeview-Greenlawn    Brooklyn    Broening Manor    Butcher’s Hill    Burleith-Leighton    Cameron Village    Callaway-Garrison    Canton    CARE *    Cedarcroft    Carrollton Ridge    Carroll-South Hilton    Cedonia    Cedmont    Central Park Heights    Central Forest Park    Charles Village *    Charles North    Cheswolde    Cherry Hill    Christopher *     Chinquapin Park-Belvedere *    Clifton Park    Claremont-Freedom *   Coldstream Homestead Montebello    Coldspring    Coppin Heights-Ash-Co-East    Concerned Citizens Of Forest Park    Cross Keys    Cross Country    Curtis Bay    Darley Park    Cylburn    Dolfield    Dickeyville    Downtown    Downtown West *    Dorchester    Druid Heights    Dunbar-Broadway    East Baltimore Midway    East Arlington    Eastwood    Easterwood    Edgewood *    Ednor Gardens-Lakeside    Edmondson Village *    Ellwood Park-Monument    Evergreen    Evergreen Lawn    Evesham Park *    Fairmont    Fairfield Area    Federal Hill    Fallstaff    Forest Park    Fells Point    Four By Four    Forest Park Golf Course    Franklin Square    Frankford    Franklintown    Franklintown Road    Gay Street    Garwyn Oaks    Glen    Glen Oaks    Graceland Park    Glenham-Belford    Glenham-Belhar (aka Glenham-Belford) *    Greektown    Greenspring    Greenmount West    Guilford    Grove Park    Gwynns Falls    Hanlon-Longwood    Hampden    Harlem Park    Harford-Echodale-Perring Parkway *    Heritage Crossing    Harwood    Highlandtown    Hoes Heights    Hillen    Hollins Market    Hopkins Bayview    Homeland    Hunting Ridge    Howard Park    Inner Harbor *    Idlewood    Johns Hopkins Homewood    Irvington Johnston Square    Joseph Lee *    Jonestown    Kernewood    Kenilworth Park    Kresson    Keswick    Lake Walker    Lake Evesham    Langston Hughes    Lakeland    Liberty Square    Levindale    Lauraville    Loch Raven    Little Italy    Locust Point    Locust Point Industrial Area    Lower Edmonson Village *    Loyola-Notre Dame *    Madison Park    Lucille Park    Mayfield    Madison-Eastend    Medfield    McElderry Park    Medford    Mid-Govans *     Middle East *     Midtown-Edmondson    Mid-Town Belvedere    Milton-Montford    Millhill    Montebello    Mondawmin    Moravia-Walther    Morrell Park *    Morgan State University    Mount Vernon    Mount Holly    Mosher    Mount Winans    Mount Washington    New Northwood    North Harford Road *     New Southwest-Mount Clare    Northwest Community Action    North Roland Park-Poplar Hill    Oaklee    Oakenshawe    Old Goucher *   Oldtown    O’Donnell Heights    Orangeville    Oliver    Orchard Ridge (aka Claremont-Freedom) *    Original Northwood    Overlea    Otterbein    Park Circle    Panway-Braddish Avenue    Parkside    Parklane    Parkview-Woodbrook    Pen Lucy    Patterson Park Neighborhood *     Patterson Place    Penrose-Fayette Street Outreach    Penn-Fallsway    Penn North    Perring Loch    Perkins Homes    Pleasant View Gardens    Pimlico Good Neighbors    Poppleton    Purnell    Pulaski Industrial Area    Ramblewood    Radnor-Winston    Remington    Reisterstown Station    Richnor Springs    Reservoir Hill    Riverside    Ridgely’s Delight    Roland Park    Rognel Heights    Rosemont    Rosebank    Rosemont Homeowners-Tenants    Rosemont East    Saint Agnes    Sabina-Mattfeldt    Saint Paul    Saint Josephs    Saint Helena    SBIC *    Sandtown-Winchester    Seton Hill *   Shipley Hill    Sharp-Leadenhall    South Baltimore (aka SBIC) *    South Clifton Park    Stonewood-Pentwood-Winston    Ten Hills    Taylor Heights    Towanda-Grantley    The Orchards    Tuscany-Canterbury    Tremont    University Of Maryland *    Union Square    Upper Fells Point    Uplands    Villages Of Homeland    Upton    Wakefield    Violetville    Waltherson *     Walbrook    Waverly    Washington Village/Pigtown *    Washington Hill    West Forest Park    West Arlington    Westfield    West Hills    Westport    Westgate    Wilhelm Park *    Wilson Heights *    Wilson Park *     Winston-Govans    Woodberry    Woodbourne-McCabe    Woodbourne Heights    Woodring *    Woodmere    Wrenlane *    Wyndhurst    Wyman Park    Yale Heights    York-Homeland *

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