Projects and Products
CountyStat translates data into user-friendly and informative charts, graphs, infographics, and maps to help inform strategy, executive decisions, and frontline operations. The products below bring together administrative data, public data, and data from our network of partners to assist stakeholders in and out of government to make sense of issues that matter, understand where we are, and bring data-driven insights into discussions and decision making processes.
2018 Status of Women Report
The Status of Women in Montgomery County report describes women’s experiences through quantitative data, both to measure observable progress and trends among women over the past decade and to identify specific obstacles, gaps, and disparities that continue to create challenges for women in the County. This report is compiled every 10 years by the Montgomery County Commission for Women. The intention is to present information that will guide new directions for better policies for women, girls, and families.
Rental Survey Analytics
Annually, the Department of Housing and Community Affairs, through its Licensing and Registration unit surveys all Montgomery County multifamily rental facilities on tenant services, unit sizes, rent levels, occupancy and characteristics about structure types including age. Click on the image to take a deep dive into the County's Rental Data.
Community Livability Survey
Montgomery County conducted a Livability Survey to better understand resident views on quality of life in the county. Explore the results and see trends that point to positive progress and priorities for improvement.
This map-based data tool enables government staff and policymakers, residents, community partners, and advocates to explore the demographics and community assets located in Montgomery County to assist with planning and operations.
Montgomery County was one of the first county governments to initiate a Vision Zero plan. The county is working to reduce severe and fatal collision on county roads by 35 percent for vehicle occupants, pedestrians, and bicyclists by 2019.
To see visualizations of the study data, go to: http://mcgov-gis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=60410e6f22844d2cbbe619505cb6e7bbhttp://mcgov-gis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=60410e6f22844d2cbbe619505cb6e7bb
To see visualizations of current crash data provided by dataMontgomery, go to: https://montgomerycountymd.gov/visionzero/data.html
CountyStat partnered with the Montgomery County Food Council and Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services to develop an interactive data discovery tool to explore the data pertaining to the County’s Food Insecure residents and the efforts that our County and Community are taking in fighting hunger.
Food Security Analysis
The Montgomery County Food Security Plan is the blueprint for how every local business, nonprofit, government agency and resident can contribute to ensuring all County residents have access to sufficient and nutritious food.
Explore the numbers behind the Montgomery County Maryland Housing Market.