Neighborhood Data Warehouse

Gain insight into neighborhood well-being quickly. Users can pull information from a wide array of topic areas all linked together by neighborhood geography, all at no-cost. This portal links data from local and federal sources at the census tract level through the county level, spanning topic areas from demographic information on population, poverty, and education, to social and economic information like public assistance use, crime, and child maltreatment, to information on the community built environment like home mortgage lending and median sales figures. Geographies are standardized across time so that information is comparable across topics and time periods.

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  • A note on Census 2000 data: because census boundaries change, data has been re-apportioned into Census 2010 boundaries. This will cause some full count numbers to appear with fractional portions in Census 2000 data.
  • A note on American Community Survey (ACS) estimates: a basic understanding of margins of error (MOE) and how they affect the reliability of estimates is highly recommended. The MOE, reported along with an estimate, means that one can be 90 percent confident that the true value is the estimated value, plus or minus the MOE.