Map created for Towpath Road Boundary.
This page provides access to maps, spatial datasets and community profiles created with and for our local community partners. It also provides access to useful external maps, data sources and interactive mapping tools. Search by theme, geography or project. Don’t forget to cite your sources!
Unless otherwise noted, all downloadable data sets were created by Syracuse Community Geography. Data sources are listed in the file descriptions.
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Map created for Towpath Road Boundary.
This interactive map tool shows a realistic distribution of household characteristics (income, size, race, age) at the local level.
Shapefile with 2010 Census data by tract for Onondaga County, NY. Field descriptions are in the Excel file, downloadable separately.
Shapefile with 2010 Census data by tract for the city of Syracuse, NY. Field descriptions are in the Excel file, downloadable separately.
The combined sewer overflow (CSO) data were collected in 2011 by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Division of Public Affairs and Education. CSO and CSO Outfalls are required to have [ ... ]
These maps were created for PEACE, Inc. and Child Care Solutions (spring-summer 2013). Data were collected from these organizations.
These maps were created for PEACE, Inc. and Child Care Solutions (spring-summer 2013). Data were collected from the US Census Bureau.
These maps were created for PEACE, Inc. and Child Care Solutions (spring-summer 2013). Data were collected from the Onondaga County Department of Social Services (DSS), the American Community Survey (ACS), and the US [ ... ]
Shapefile with 2010 Census data by tract for the State of New York. Field descriptions are in the Excel file, downloadable separately.
General characteristics of Syracuse (city). Data from the 2007-2011 American Community Survey (ACS) 5 year estimates.
Data come from many sources. Sometimes we work with our community partners to create new data (e.g. designing an assessment tool to evaluate safe routes to school). We regularly use US Census and American Community Survey data to map demographic and socioeconomic characteristics. We also get data from local municipal agency partners including the City of Syracuse, Syracuse Onondaga County Planning Agency and Onondaga County Departments of Health and Social Services. Our community partners also provide their own data for mapping and analysis.
Data sources for maps created by SCG should be printed on the map. Metadata for all SCG spatial datasets is included in the zipped data file as a PDF, XML, DOC or TXT file. If you cannot find or are unsure of a map or dataset’s sources, please contact us.
Yes. No data are perfect. We often work with secondary data sources and cannot entirely vouch for their accuracy, currency or completeness, so don’t hold us responsible for errors. We provide data and maps to the public “as is”. Older maps and datasets may not reflect the current reality so pay attention to dates. Data become outdated quickly. US Census Bureau American Community Survey data often have high margins of error. To learn more, read our Disclaimer.
Community members or organizations can request a project . If we are unable to take on your project, we may be able to refer you to other resources and sources of maps and data.
Most of the time, maps are created using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology. We use ESRI’s ArcGIS.
Don’t let your data and maps collect dust! Contact us to share your data and information. Data sharing helps everyone do better research. You’ll receive full credit for your work. Contributed maps and data must contain metadata or data dictionaries.
We don’t share sensitive data. Period.
MapSyracuse is our new interactive web-based mapping tool containing mapped data specific to Onondaga County, NY. MapSyracuse is powered by Esri's ArcGIS Online and is a free resource that allows users to select from over 100 layers of data to create, save and print customized maps at scales ranging from a neighborhood block to the county. Click here to read our tutorial.
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