How stable is your neighborhood?
On Friday, the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance-Jacob France Institute at the University of Baltimore released its latest set of community profiles that will help you answer that question.
The organization used Community Statistical Areas to track information on neighborhoods such as crime and safety, transportation and sanitation.
The Charles Village/ Barclay statistical area, which includes neighborhoods such Abell and Oakenshawe, reported a part one crime rate higher than the city average. According to 2010 data, in that statistical area there were 74.31 part one crimes per 1,000 residents, compared to a citywide average of 61.43 per 1,000 residents. Part one crimes range from murder and rape to auto theft and burglary.
In the greater Roland Park/Poplar Hill statistical area, which also includes Cross Keys, Keswick and Evergreen, between 2006 and 2010 nearly 20 percent of employed residents used public transportation, walked or rode a bike to work.
In the Mount Washington/Coldspring statistical area, which includes Sabina-Mattfeldt and part of Cheswolde, there were 137 students enrolled in Baltimore City Public Schools between first and fifth grades in 2010, compared to 113 enrolled in the area in 2005.
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