You’re invited to explore the Beta Version of our New Missouri Map Room and provide feedback. Find the same data you love, in a new user-focused format.
View locations of nonprofit organizations in your community. Toggle map layers to view neighborhood level data on social determinants (area deprivation index) and health outcomes (life expectancy) Use the “query” tool to search by nonprofit organization name or category.
Explore the local culture across Missouri with the Regional Connections Starter Map. Data includes Missouri Community College Service Areas, Libraries, MU Extension Office Locations, Higher Education Facilities, National Historic Register Sites, and locations related to Arts, Culture, and Humanities. Supplemental data from the USGS National Land Cover and the American Communities Project is also included.
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.
Get started with map layers related to housing, including eviction rates, vacancies, and mortgage refinance loan rates.
Are there differences between broadband access and utilization? Explore the data for your community with map layers from the American Community Survey and the Federal Communications Commission.
Get started with map layers related to the business environment, including the labor market engagement index, locations of airports, and public libraries.
Get started with layers related to the community, including home loan originations, foreclosure rates, and places of worship.
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.
Discover and access thousands of mappable data layers. Create maps of your community and easily share them with others.
A lack of stable housing increases the risk of poor health outcomes and other hardships. This map shows layers related to cost-burdened households, available public housing, and the amount of income required to secure basic housing.
Get started with layers related to credit card debt, automobile debt, and student loan debt.
This map shows layers related to birth rates and death rates by county.
Get started with layers related to in-migration and out-migration by county, as well as domestic and international migration.
Get started with map layers showing unemployed workers by county, changes in employment rate by county, and multi-year data showing longer-term changes in the labor force by county.
Get started with map layers related to career and job center locations, apprenticeship opportunities, vocational schools, and other post-secondary education resources.
Childcare for young children can improve cognitive outcomes and result in enhanced school readiness. This map includes layers which explore childcare access and educational outcomes by county.
Access to affordable childcare can be an important part of anti-poverty policy. This map includes layers showing childcare cost burden per county, childcare capacity by county, as well as poverty and employment data.
Get started with layers about childcare facilities, costs, and per capita resources.
This map shows areas that are more vulnerable to heat risks. It includes layers for urban clusters, counties with high percentages of seniors, and counties with higher levels of poverty.
This map shows drought risk by county, as well as farms and jobs derived from agriculture and forestry by county.
Get started with map layers related to drought intensity, drought risk by county, and cropland data.
This map shows flood hazard zones, developed areas, and socially vulnerable populations. Socially vulnerable populations are disproportionately impacted by flood events.
This map displays flood hazard zones, flooding frequency by soil map unit, and USDA cropland data. Flooding can have widespread impacts on crops, livestock, and agricultural infrastructure.
This map shows the number of female farm operations by county and the distribution of MU Extension resources. This is important because there are disparities in access to resources among women in agriculture.
This map shows the percent of severely cost-burdened households by county, as well as percent by county data for unemployed workers and population below the poverty level. Economic opportunities have a direct impact on housing affordability.
The Feedstuff Finder enables feedstuff buyers and sellers to make connections. Sellers of co-products and forages can share prices, products, information, and locations. Buyers can identify feedstuff sources by location, product type, or price and see their locations on a map.
Build a report with indicators from the Thriving Communities collection. Learn about selected county population demographics and indicators about community vitality, belonging, and contribution, as well as the overall well-being and thriving measures.
The Recovery Friendly Workplace initiative empowers workplaces in Missouri to support people affected by substance use disorders and those in recovery. Visit the hub to learn more about the impact of substance use disorders and how to become a designated Recovery Friendly Workplace.
This dashboard shows the total number of 501c(3) and 501c(4) organizations in the state of Missouri and the rate per 100,000 per county. Use the selector tool in the header to filter to a particular county and see what types of organizations are in that county.
The MU Extension Grand Challenges Report is designed to support annual summaries, community assessment, and strategic alignment across MU Extension.
The Missouri EATS Food Assessment is designed to help communities start the conversation about building a stronger community food environment. Missouri EATS is a community development process designed to identify local assets and needs, develop a plan to act on top priorities, and make sustainable changes to enhance local food systems.
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.
Our team is updating data on an ongoing basis – check here for the latest!
Using a research-based index system, the Building Regional Resilience Hub helps communities easily identify and compare counties based on their relative resiliency and vulnerability to the country as a whole. The indexes rank all counties into four quadrants based on their relative resilience and vulnerability to the national median in four main categories: social, economic, infrastructure, and environmental.
The vulnerable populations footprint tool is a compact mapping and reporting platform that identifies geographic areas with high rates of poverty and low educational attainment – the two indicators demonstrated to be the primary social determinants of population health. Thresholds for target area identification are adjustable, allowing the tool to be utilized in all geographic areas where regional rates may be higher or lower than the national average.
Economic snapshot allows you to build a report around counties of your choice with a set of basic economic indicators.
The Presidential Engagement Fellows map highlights upcoming and past speaking engagements across the state.
This is a dynamic, public portal that analyzes over 30 of the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework indicators. These data can be assessed at a local, county, state, or multi-state level.
The University of Missouri System Community Connect website provides a space to showcase engagements between the Universities and their communities.
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.