I’ve previously posted about Trulia’s visualizations showing information (crime, home prices) for some cities in the United States.
Now, they have dramatically expanded the information they share (flooding and earthquake hazards, schools, etc.) and the number of neighborhoods they cover. In fact, it seems they do it for just about everywhere in the U.S., but perhaps I’m overstating it.
These will be great for one of my favorite lesson of each year, which I describe in A Lesson Highlighting Community Assets — Not Deficits.