Discover and access thousands of mappable data layers. Create maps of your community and easily share them with others.
Create an interactive map in the Missouri Map Room or click a topic-based map and zoom to your area.
Take a look at the full list of Starter & Story maps featured on All Things Missouri.
Get started with layers related to food access including food deserts, population with limited food access, locations of major supermarkets and food pantries, and the Modified Retail Food Environmental Index Score from the CDC.
Explore the financial issues facing Missourians with map layers related to local economics. This starter map includes predatory loans, debt delinquency rates, average household income, unemployment rate, and median amount of debt in collections. Data related to debt is available by several types including medical, student loan, credit card, and automobile/retail.
There is wide inequity in access to broadband internet across the state of Missouri. Rural areas in particular lack sufficient infrastructure to supply high-speed internet to residents as well as the business community.
Create an interactive report for your community. Select one of the four topic-based reports to get started.
This report provides a selected set of indicators related to youth and family. Maps and data are available for individual counties and groups of counties.
This report provides a selected set of indicators related to businesses and communities. Maps and data are available for individual counties and groups of counties.
This report provides a selected set of indicators related to agriculture and the environment. Maps and data are available for individual counties and groups of counties.
This report provides a selected set of indicators related to health and safety. Maps and data are available for individual counties and groups of counties.
Tools & Resources
Explore additional data, tools, and resources supported by the Center for Applied Research and Engagement Systems.
Explore the full suite of CARES tools, including several Missouri-specific projects. Looking for information about immunizations and well-being, food systems and crop production, or community resilience? Scroll our tool gallery to find these tools and many more.
Get started with tools and maps exploring data related to the Covid-19 pandemic including new cases, testing information and vulnerability footprints.
The Rural Opioid Response Hub provides access to a collection of opioid-related data, resources, and tools. It is an online platform for communities across Missouri working to increase substance abuse prevention efforts and address social issues that contribute to the accessibility and abuse of opiates.
The MU Extension Grand Challenges Report is designed to support annual summaries, community assessment, and strategic alignment across MU Extension.
Explore how UM System impacts your community. Find out how many students, employees and alumni live in your county, congressional, senate or house district. Learn about UM System properties, health and Extension services.
AgSite Assessments can help facilitate discussions with landlords, tenants, or crop advisors. Assessments also help agriculturalists explore new production alternatives, learn more about land before purchases, and support lending and real estate appraisal activities.
The University of Missouri System Community Connect website provides a space to showcase engagements between the Universities and their communities.
The easy-to-use tool has mapped 205 UM System health care resources across the state — from a pediatric endocrinology clinic in Kirksville to Tele-Behavioral Health Services in Marble Hill. Using key words, zip codes and geographic areas, Missourians can locate these UM System health care assets and services near them.
Find data, tools, and resources categorized by topic area.
Explore issues and data across topics like food security, climate change, infrastructure, and environmental diversity.
Explore issues and data related to topics like broadband access, income and poverty, workforce participation, and tax credits.
Explore issues and data related to topics like mental health, prescription drug use, nutrition, and common diseases.
Explore issues and data across topics like higher education, infant health, vulnerable children, and early learning.