Based on community feedback, there are four themes of maps: demographics, education, economic development, and health resources.
Education shows locations of K-12 schools, and population of school-aged children. Population estimates are for 2015. Data sources include the Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI), and the U.S. Census. Locations are also include of where Literacy Services are available in the community based on a survey conducted by University Outreach on behalf of the Flint and Genesee Literacy Network. Bus routes are shown from data provided by the Mass Transportation Authority.View Education Interactive Map
Demographics shows population totals, change, and youth populations. Population is shown for 2000, 2010 and estimates for 2015. Data source: U.S. Census.View Demographics Interactive Map
Economic Development shows locations that provide assistance to entrepreneurs and small business owners, household median income for 2010 and estimates for 2015. Data sources: U.S. Census, Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce.View Economic Development Interactive Map
The Health interactive map displays various health resources in the Flint area. These include pharmacies, dental resources, blood testing locations, behavioral health clinics, medicaid vision providers, food assistance, and medical clinics. Data was 2016-2017 by an Americorps service member housed at University Outreach as part of the Flint Community Education Initiative.View Health Interactive Map
The City of Flint Parks map shows where the parks within the city limits of Flint are located. Supplementary data include bus routes and school locations. Park data are valid for 2017 and were provided by the City of Flint Planning and Zoning Department.View Parks Interactive Map
University of Michigan-Flint recently was awarded funding for an EDA University Center. Through the new data collection efforts, MapFlint is assisting in the mapping of data for this broader region.View Interactive Map (opens in new tab).