Regional Information Center
The Regional Information Center is a library operated as a partnership between the Baltimore Metropolitan Council and the Enoch Pratt Free Library (Baltimore City's public library system).
The collection includes regional and urban planning materials with a focus on local demographic information, economic development, transportation planning, land use and environmental issues. The Center also contains print copies of reports issued by the Baltimore Metropolitan Council. Many are online; see the Publications List for details.
The Center is open to the public by appointment only between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. Call 410-732-9570 (fax 410-732-9488 or email email@example.com) for an appointment.
When you call, an experienced librarian may have the information you need right at hand, or you may be directed to a better source. It may take a day or two to research some inquiries and get back to you. For more extensive projects, we may ask you to come in and use the materials yourself.
The use of the library and the help of the librarian is free. Fees are charged for customized demographic reports and for accessing some electronic sources. We will always tell you ahead of time what the fees are.