Community Profiles (2010)
Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. As neighborhoods evolve, their boundaries expand and contract. While this fluidity contributes to vibrant communities, it does not support the ability to measure outcomes in a place consistently over time.
BNIA-JFI uses Community Statistical Areas (CSAs) boundaries for tracking Vital Signs data so that progress can be measured over time. CSAs are based on Census tracts which remain consistent from year to year. BNIA-JFI relates CSAs to neighborhoods as defined by the Baltimore City Department of Planning.
You can find the latest profile report on each of Baltimore's 55 CSAs below. Below the CSA profiles are shapefiles used to create your own maps and reports on Neighborhood Statistical Areas (NSAs) provided by the Baltimore City Planning Department.
Read more about Community Statistical Areas (CSAs), Census Tracts, and neighborhoods (NSAs) on our Geography FAQs page.
Beechfield/Ten Hills/West Hills
Brooklyn/Curtis Bay/Hawkins Point
Greater Charles Village/Barclay
Greater Roland Park/Poplar Hill
Harbor East/Little Italy
Howard Park/West Arlington
Inner Harbor/Federal Hill
Patterson Park North & East
Penn North/Reservoir Hill
Poppleton/The Terraces/Hollins Market
Southern Park Heights