MyAnneArundel is an integrated mapping application that was developed to provide the County's citizens, businesses, and visitors with access to useful services and data. Please click on one of the following "Themes" and follow the subsequent instructions to launch that specific area of the application:
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General Information and Crime Statistics
Find information about County Services based on an address or obtain community specfic crime statistics that are classified by incident type.
|Public Works Maps, As-Built Engineering Drawings and Survey Monuments Research and Retrieve Record Drawings and Survey Monuments.|
Watershed, Ecosystem, and Restoration Services
My Anne Arundel Zoning Viewer
GIS Data Download
By acceptance of the GIS material, you agree as follows: The GIS material (the "material") is made available by Anne Arundel County, Maryland (the "County") as a public service. The material is for reference purposes only, and the County makes no representatives, warranties, or guarantees of the accuracy of the material.
THE COUNTY MAKES NO AND DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES RELATING TO THE MATERIAL, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, INTEGRATION, TITLE, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.You release the County, its agents, servants, and employees, from any and all liability related to the material or any of it, including its accuracy, availability, use, and misuse. In no event shall the County be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or other damages, including savings, profits, fees, costs, loss of data, or business interruption, related in any way to the material or any of it, including its accuracy, availability, use, and misuse. The material is in the public domain and may be copied without permission. Citation to the source is requested. Any errors or omissions in the material should be reported to the Anne Arundel County Office of Information Technology Geographic Information Services Group.
Juvenile/Victim Witness Unit
|VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday)|
A free, anonymous, automated telephone service that provides victims of crime with two important services: information and notification. VINE provides you with vital court case and custody information for an offender currently involved in the criminal justice system in Maryland. You can register to receive telephone notification for certain court case and custody status events. Registration can be done by telephone by calling the Maryland Statewide VINE program toll-free at 1-866-MD4VINE (1-866-634-8463) and follow the prompts. You can also register by e-mail by going to www.vinelink.com. If your case goes on to the State’s Attorney’s Office, you want to make sure that you complete the Maryland Crime Victim Notification Request and Demand for Rights Form.
VINE will let you know if the offender is in the detention center, transferred to another location, or released from placement.
|Maryland Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (MCICB)|
The Maryland Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (MCICB) was established to provide financial assistance to Maryland’s crime victims when other resources are not available. Victims or surviving family members of deceased victims may be eligible to be reimbursed for their medical, mental health, and/or funeral expenses and/or lost income resulting from a crime under certain conditions involving physical injury, emotional trauma or death directly related to the crime. For further information and assistance in filing, call or write or contact by Internet:
MD Criminal Injuries Compensation Board
Local: (410) 585-3010
|Maryland Sex Offender Alert Line|
You can call 1-866-559-8017 (toll free) to find out if a registered sex offender has moved into a certain area. Call the alert line and enter your phone number and zip code. When the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services receives notice that a registered sex offender is moving into that area, you will receive a notification call. Then you will be directed to the Maryland Sex Offender Registry at www.socem.info for more information. The Maryland Sex Offender Alert Line will send you a phone call when a convicted sex offender moves into your zip code area if you do the above steps.
|The Maryland Safe at Home Address Confidentiality Program|
|This program prevents perpetrators of domestic violence from using public records to find their victims. The program is designed to make it harder for attackers to find their victims, empowers the state to establish a substitute address for those who have suffered abuse so they can apply for driver’s licenses or register to vote without revealing where they live. The service allows victims to have their mail sent to the dummy address and then forwarded to their homes. More information can be obtained by going to www.marylandsos.gov or call 1-800-633-9657, extension 3875|
|Other Useful Websites|
|Maryland Attorney General's Office - Victim Services or call (410) 576-6405 or 1-888-743-0023|
|The Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center, Inc. |
Offers advice and referral services, and a Crime Victim Legal Advocacy Program.
Call 1-877-VICTIM-1 or 1-877-842-8461.