Here's where the city thinks you live
After reading the previous post on the difficulty of determining accurate neighborhood identifications in Baltimore, Steven Gondol, the BRAC relocation manager of Live Baltimore’s Home Center, wrote:
I just read your blog and found this statement interesting: “The problem is that there is no reliable method of determining accuracy.”
The City’s iMap tool: http://maps.baltimorecity.gov/imap/ associates every address with a neighborhood id. I agree it will use Harford-Echodale-Perring Parkway instead of Hamilton even though everyone knows it as Hamilton or Hamilton Hills. It’s a great resource we use to help our customers when figuring out which neighborhood association they belong to. Enjoy!
Yes, indeed, I found my house, in the Harford-Echodale/Perring Parkway neighborhood, my City Council district, my recycling pickup schedule, the works. You can, too. Let me know if the city thinks you live in the neighborhood you think you live in.