data is available at the state, city, and borough/county levels through
the EPA's website.
Envirofacts offers data/maps for various environmental concerns
- Queries, Maps, and Reports offers multiple types of
enviromental information on specific areas, as well as links to
allows users to view an interactive map of their area with listings
and specifics on toxic release sites and hazardous waste sites as
well as other features
Oasis A partnership
of NYC government and private organizations has created an excellent
mapping tool called NYC Oasis.
Users can view maps of either their Borough, Community District, Neighborhood
or Zip Code (and zoom in and out) displaying lot information, open
space and wetlands, change to view population data for that area by
census tract, or view an aerial photo of the selected area (highly
recommended) all on this easy to use website.
Treebranch.com produces The Hub,
an internet portal that includes information about national organizations
and agencies that are working in areas of interest to NYC residents
and citywide and local organizations.
provides access to an abundance of data -including health data (like
AIDS, cancer, lead, hospitals, physicians and births/deaths) - at
many levels, including Health Area, Health District, School District,
NYC Neighborhood, Community District, Census Tract and by political
boundaries. This site is highly recommended and easy to use. Registration
required. Fees required after an introductory period.