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Correctional Institutions


Jails, prisons, work camps and similar correctional facilities are included in this feature. Homebuyers and renters are typically interested in this data because they fear an increase in criminal activity such as burglaries, muggings, etc in areas near a correctional facility. Real estate values around correctional institutions also tend to be lower than in similar neighborhoods.


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Daycares


Frequently, it is useful for parents to have a daycare center close to their home and this feature shows where the various registered daycares are located around the community.


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Fire Stations


Fire stations are relevant because distance from one typically has some effect on response time.


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Hospitals


Distance from a hospital can be important for persons with special medical conditions, the elderly, and the general population. Note that this is not a complete inventory of hospitals throughout the state; as such, additional medical facilities may be located in a community which are not shown by this feature.


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Law Enforcement


The distance a residence is from the nearest law enforcement facility typically has an effect on response time to an incident. This may be an important factor for some renters or homebuyers. Facilities include police and sheriff’s departments, highway patrol stations, Florida Department of Law Enforcement substations and offices, and various other Federal offices/stations.


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Public Parks


This feature depicts the locations of parks by type (beach, county-park, wildlife conservation area, etc) for the entire state. The map is made up of points, so it doesn't show how big the park actually is, but it is useful for people who want to know what specific kinds of parks are near their potential home. For instance, a person who wants to live near a golf course or a boat ramp would want to look at this feature.


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Public Schools (Elementary, Middle and High Schools)


This feature shows not only the locations of public schools, but also the quality. Quality is assessed using the state of Florida’s Accountability Report, where each school is given a grade of A, B, C, D, or F. An "A" means the school did very well on the State's assessment whereas an "F" indicates it did very poorly. A school's grade is based primarily on its students' performance on the FCAT (which measures performance in reading, math, writing and science).


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Places of Worship/Religious Centers


This feature displays places of worship throughout the state; a common example is a Church, Mosque or Synagogue. Each point contains information such as the denomination, address, etc.


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Recreational Trails


This feature displays hiking, biking and paddling trails throughout the state. It’s useful if you enjoy backpacking, mountain-biking, canoeing or horseback riding in your leisure time.


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Sewage Treatment Facilities


Sewage treatment facilities can often lower property values in surrounding neighborhoods. Additionally, residents living close to sewage treatment plants may experience increased truck traffic and other adverse impacts due to the nature of facility.


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Shopping Centers


This feature illustrates shopping centers throughout the state. A "shopping center" commonly includes supermarket plazas, malls, etc.


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Dumps and Landfills


As you might have guessed, this feature includes facilities such as landfills, trash incineration plants, recycling centers etc. Homebuyers and renters are interested in where solid waste treatment facilities are located because real estate values tend to be lower around them. Additionally, people living near some of these centers may experience higher truck traffic, aversive odors and other problems. Occasionally groundwater and soil contamination from seepage around landfills can occur.


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Federal Toxic Waste Treatment Sites (SUPERFUND)


Federal Toxic Waste Treatment Sites also known as SUPERFUND sites are areas where the environmental contamination (due to hazardous wastes such as PCBs, dioxin, lead, mercury, etc) is bad enough that the federal government has to step in and take charge of site cleanup. These areas are typically fairly toxic and commonly have some soil or groundwater contamination present. These sites are more common than one might think and are of interest to anyone, but especially homebuyers who may want to rely on a well for their drinking water.


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Median Household Income 2000


This feature depicts the median income of the householder and all housemates 15 years or older (regardless of relation to the householder). In other words, the incomes of all occupants over the age of 15 for any given residence are added together; a list of household incomes is then compiled and median income figure is computed.


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Median Household Income 2010


This feature depicts the median income of the householder and all housemates 15 years or older (regardless of relation to the householder). In other words, the incomes of all occupants over the age of 15 for any given residence are added together; a list of household incomes is then compiled and median income figure is computed.


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Home Ownership Rate 2000


The homeownership rate is computed by dividing the number of owner occupied housing units by the total number of occupied housing units.


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Home Ownership Rate 2010


The homeownership rate is computed by dividing the number of owner occupied housing units by the total number of occupied housing units.


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Colleges & Universities


Depicts the locations of community colleges, four year universities and vocational schools. Homebuyers are typically interested in this feature if they are planning on really settling in an area. The presence of a major university in community can indicate better educational and recreational opportunities along with more annoyances due to traffic, noise, parties, etc. Neighborhoods surrounding such a school can be expected to have a higher proportion of renters.


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Marinas


Persons who own or plan on buying a boat are typically interested in this feature. Locating in area with a marina can enhance the enjoyment of owning a boat and reduce some of the associated hassles.


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Civic Centers


This feature displays recreational centers. Clicking on a point will reveal what type of activity is conducted there; the civic centers dataset is pretty diverse, it includes features such as skating rinks, amusement parks, speedways and bingo halls just to name a few. Add it to the map if you want to get an idea of what kinds of group-oriented recreational opportunities exist in your potential neighborhood.


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Community Centers


Illustrates the location of community centers all over Florida. A typical example of a community center would be a history center, fraternity/sorority, art club, etc. Clicking on a point will reveal what type of activity is conducted there; this feature can reveal fun (typically family-friendly) activities in your area.


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Dry Cleaning Facilities


Most dry cleaning facilities in the United States use a chemical solvent called perchloroethylene to clean their garments. While having one close by can be convenient, living right next door to one might not be the best idea. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), short term exposure to this chemical can cause temporary impairment of the central nervous system. Long term exposure can cause liver damage, kidney damage, and possibly cancer. Fortunately, the chemical typically doesn't travel too far due to its volatility (tendency to evaporate quickly) . Perchloroethylene can also contaminate soil and groundwater if improperly handled.


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Hotels


This feature shows all of the long and short stay hotels in the area.


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Air Emissions Facilities


Facilities that are discharging some type of pollutant into the air and are regulated by the U.S. EPA. Most if not all of these facilities are completely law abiding and are not doing anything wrong, however, they are discharging some type of pollution into the atmosphere and as such, are regulated. Typical examples are electric power plants, factories, universities and the like. For regulatory purposes, air pollution is broadly defined; as such you will likely see a large number of air pollution points. Most of these are fairly mundane.


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Petroleum Contamination


Areas that have been contaminated by a petroleum leak. These sites are extremely common in Florida and typically result from leaking storage tanks at gas stations or diesel generator locations.


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Hazardous Substance Handlers


These are facilities regulated by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Essentially the places in this feature are businesses that produce, transport, recycle, or otherwise handle some sort of hazardous chemical or material. Most if not all of these facilities are completely law abiding and are not doing anything wrong, however, they do handle materials classified as hazardous.


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Veterans Facilities


The locations of recreational, organizational, and medical veteran's facilities throughout the state are depicted. Clicking on a point will reveal its address and other contact information.


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