Neighborhood Survey, Green Impact Zone Baseline

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What does this data set describe?

Title:

Neighborhood Survey Green Impact Zone Baseline

Abstract:

Evaluation of structure, grounds, and infrastructure property conditions, rated on a 5-point scale where 5=Excellent conditions and 1=Severe problem/deterioration. Applied and mapped at the parcel level, based on (modified) land cadastre digital geography.

  1. How should this data set be cited?

The UMKC Center for Economic Information, 2009-2010, Neighborhood Survey, Green Impact Zone Baseline.

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  1. What geographic area does the data set cover?

West_Bounding_Coordinate: -94.576799

East_Bounding_Coordinate: -94.540914

North_Bounding_Coordinate: 39.057373

South_Bounding_Coordinate: 39.031868

  1. Does the data set describe conditions during a particular time period?

Calendar_Date: 2009-2010

Currentness_Reference: ground condition

  1. What is the general form of this data set?

Geospatial_Data_Presentation_Form: tabular digital data

  1. How does the data set describe geographic features?

For more detailed information about the data set: Data Guide

 

OBJECTID

Internal feature number. (Source: ESRI)

Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

NhdName

The name of the neighborhood to which this parcel belongs.

Parcel_ID

Unique Parcel ID (Source: CEI)

Address

Concatenated address field.

AddrNum

 

AddrNumExt

 

AddrStrDir

 

AddrStr

 

AddrStrType

 

StructureType

This defines the original type of the structure (not how it may have been modified or current use). (Source: CEI)

ResidenceType

The residential structure subtype: {Single Family, Duplex, Attached, Apartment, Not applicable, Not rated} (Source: CEI)

NumOfBldgs

The number of structures on the parcel. (Source: CEI)

StructProfile

Structure profile: {One floor, Two Floors, Three floors, 4-6 floors, 7+ floors, Not applicable, Not rated} (Source: CEI)

UseType

The current general use type of the parcel. {Residential , Commercial , Industrial , Institutional , Public Commons , Residential Commons , Parking , Vacant Lot , Vacant Building , Miscellaneous , Under Construction , Mixed Use , No Access } (Source: CEI)

UseDetail

The specific current use of the parcel. (Source: CEI)

EstablishmentName

The name of a no-residential establishment, i.e., commercial or industrial. (Source: CEI)

 

VisibleAddress

Is the address clearly visible? {Yes, No, Not rated} (Source: CEI)

Roof

Roof rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

FoundationWalls

Foundations, Walls and Retaining rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

WindowsDoors

Windows and Doors rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

Porches

Porch rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

ExteriorPaint

Exterior Paint rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

StorefrontFacade

Rating applies to Non-residential parcels only. Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

ServiceEntryAlley

Rating applies to Non-residential parcels only. Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

SurfaceParking

Rating applies to Non-residential parcels only. Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

 

PrivateSidewalksDrives

Private Sidewalks and Drives rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

LawnShrub

Lawn and Shrubs rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

Vehicles

Nuisance vehicles rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

Litter

Grounds Litter rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

OpenStorage

Open storage rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

PublicSidewalks

Public Sidewalks rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

Curbs

Curbs rationg: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

StreetLights

Street Lights rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severe problem, 2= Serious problem, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

CatchBasins

Catch Basins rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)

Street

Street rating: Range [1-7] where 1= Severely deteriorated, 2= Seriously deteriorated, 3= Sub-standard, 4= Good, 5= Excellent, 6= Not applicable, 7= Un-rateable. (Source: CEI)


Who produced the data set?

  1. Who are the originators of the data set? (may include formal authors, digital compilers, and editors)

Why was the data set created?

To provide a baseline evaluation of property conditions in the Green Impact Zone for the strategic planning and evaluation of development programs and activities.


How can someone get a copy of the data set?

Are there legal restrictions on access or use of the data?

Access_Constraints: None.

Use_Constraints: None.

  1. Who distributes the data set?[Distributor contact information not provided.]
  2. What's the catalog number I need to order this data set?

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  2. How can I download or order the data?

Who wrote the metadata?

Dates:

Last modified: 24-Aug-2010

Metadata author:

The UMKC Center for Economic Information
c/o Saima Sami
5100 Rockhill Rd
Kansas City, MO 64110
USA

816-235-1394 (voice)

Metadata standard:

FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata (FGDC-STD-001-1998)

Metadata extensions used:

·         <http://www.esri.com/metadata/esriprof80.html>


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