|3417 Saint Ambrose Ave||42 views|
|1725 N Washington St 311 Calls||39 views|
|2234 Prentiss Pl 311 Calls||39 views|
|1816 Riggs Ave 311 Calls||42 views|
|1049 N Milton Ave 311 Calls||41 views|
This data contains contracts which (1) cover City or agency-specific needs over a period of time and (2) were coordinated through the Bureau of Purchases in the Department of Finance. All materials, supplies, equipment, and services used by City Agencies – with the exception of professional services and public works (i.e., construction) – must be obtained through the Bureau of Purchases. Professional services may be procured through the Board of Estimates with the assistance of the Law Department; public works (i.e., construction) may be procured through the Department of Public Works (DPW). Multiple listings in this Bureau of Purchases data reflect estimated breakdown among citywide and individual agency needs. Funds are encumbered against these contracts as goods or services are ordered. The contracts in this list have a starting date of July 1, 2010 or later. This dataset will be updated on a monthly basis.
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Urban Environment & Transit 2010
Baltimore City is home to many green spaces, parks, and waterways. Some of the more widely recognized locations include the Inner Harbor, Middle Branch, Druid Hill , Gwynns Falls and Herring Run Parks. City residents in particular value access to green spaces as a place to recreate, exercise and congregate, but the City’s green spaces serve a vital role in ensuring clean air and water for long term urban sustainability. Baltimore neighborhoods actively participate in increasing access to green spaces through tree planting and other watershed protection activities such as stream clean-ups. Urban living also enables residents the option to choose alternative means of transportation to reduce vehicle miles traveled by car. The City is already served by numerous modes of mass transit including MARC, metro, light rail, the Charm City Circulator, and bus lines. BNIA-JFI tracks eight indicators to measure the City’s urban environment and transit. These indicators are categorized into the following categories: air quality and hazardous waste; tree canopy, alternative transportation mode use; and travel time to work.
|2117 Hollins St 311 Calls||38 views|
|1306 Aisquith St 311 Calls||36 views|
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