Our Community Data Platform (CDP) is a cloud-based AWS MySQL database containing over 1,000 up-to-date and localized metrics from publicly available sources, regional anchor institutions, and our partner organizations through data usage agreements. This platform is a core component of our commitment and mission to democratize data, enabling data-driven goals, shared measurement, and alignment of community resources.
Percent of schools with growth scores for race/ethnicity or gender subgroup students where those students met or exceeded growth standards
Percent of schools with growth scores for several subgroups of students where those students met or exceeded growth standards
Students in grade 11 who have taken the ACT and how many scored 17 or higher on the composite score by county.
Students in grade 11 who have taken the ACT and how many scored 17 or higher on the composite score broken down by more student demographics by county.
The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Environmental Justice Screening Tool provides data on numerous environmental indicators at the tract level. This dataset contains variables related to the air quality of a census tracts.
The Area Deprivation Index (ADI) is based on a measure created by the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) over three decades ago, and has since been refined, adapted, and validated to the Census Block Group neighborhood level by Amy Kind, MD, PhD and her research team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It allows for rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups.
NC 211 is an information and referral service provided by United Way of North Carolina. Families and individuals can dial 2-1-1 or 1-888-892-1162 to obtain free and confidential information on health and human services and resources within their community. CFC has gathered these data from the NC 211 Counts dashboard.
Estimated number of employees, firms, sales, and payroll for businesses owned by a given demographic by combined statistical area.
Estimated number of employees, firms, sales, and payroll for businesses owned by a given demographic by county.
The percentage of households in a census tract responding to a census survey in the given year.
Details and locations including latitude and longitude of registered child care facilities in NC found at https://ncchildcare.ncdhhs.gov/childcaresearch.
Percent of children in a county living in areas of concentrated poverty.
Percent of children (0-3) in a county receiving early intervention services.
The number of children (0-17) in a county placed in foster care during the state fiscal year (July to June).
Data gathered andreleased by Opportunity Insights which measures economic mobility across the nation using historical tax data.
Childcare costs for a household with two children as a percent of median household income. Number of childcare centers per 1,000 population under 5 years old.
Percent of public school students in a census tract who missed more than 10% of school days in a year.
Rankings of various climate risks by county including sea level rise, fires, economic damages, and more.
Count and percent of students scoring high (4+) on end-of-grade reading and math by census tract and demographic.
Count and percent of students scoring high (4+) on end-of-grade reading and math by county and more demographics.
Community resilience is the capacity of individuals and households within a community to absorb the external stresses of a disaster. The Community Resilience Estimates (CRE) are produced using information on individuals and households from the American Community Survey (ACS) and the Census Bureau’s Population Estimates Program (PEP)
Percentage of the workforce that drives alone to work, and among workers who commute in their car alone, the percentage that commute more than 30 minutes.
selected data from the NC OneMap parcel file, to identify single-family properties owned by large corporate landlords.
The North Carolina Department of Commerce annually ranks the state’s 100 counties based on economic well-being and assigns each a Tier designation. This Tier system is incorporated into various state programs to encourage economic activity in the less prosperous areas of the state.
Index of 'Community Credit Health' from the New York Fed's 'Unequal Access to Credit Report'
Census Bureau disability characteristics estimates for North Carolina 2015-2021
Counts of the highest level of educational attainment achieved by the population.
Count of business establishments, average number of employees, and total and average wages by industry NAICS.
Percentage of fee-for-service (FFS) Medicare enrollees that had an annual flu vaccination.
Index of factors that contribute to a healthy food environment, from 0 (worst) to 10 (best).
Food desert designations by the USDA and a model-based food hardship score developed by CFC.
Counts of households which have recently moved broken down by the time or distance that they have moved from.
Counts of individuals who have recently moved broken down by age, the time or distance that they have moved from.
Counts of households which have recently moved broken down by income, the time or distance that they have moved from.
The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Environmental Justice Screening Tool provides data on numerous environmental indicators at the tract level. This dataset contains the national percentile that each census tract in North Carolina falls into, relative to their proximity to 3 types of locations: EPA-Designated Superfund Sites (NPL); facilities required to have a Risk Management Plan (RMP); and Hazardous waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities (TSDF).
Model-based population estimates of health-related behaviors from the CDC PLACES project.
North Carolina health care organizations locations identified by the National Provider Identifier.
Counts of doctors, dentists, therapists, and other health care providers by county.
North Carolina health providers locations identified by the National Provider Identifier.
Health care taxonomy codes assigned by the National Uniform Claim Committee.
The FHFA House Price Index (FHFA HPI) is the nation’s only collection of public, freely available house price indexes that measure changes in single-family home values based on data from all 50 states and over 400 American cities that extend back to the mid-1970s. The FHFA HPI incorporates tens of millions of home sales and offers insights about house price fluctuations. FHFA uses a fully transparent methodology based upon a weighted, repeat-sales statistical technique to analyze house price transaction data.
Home values and Median and aggregate property taxes paid for residential housing owners with and without a mortgage
Count of public high school student in a census tract who graduated in four year or less.
Counts of common causes of death for infants in their first year by county and race/ethnicity.
Count of population with given insurance status by census tract and many demographics.
Count of population in an educational attainment subgroup with a given type internet access.
Violence crime rate, homicide death rate, number of deaths due to suicide, number of deaths due to firearms per 10,000 population
Count of population speaking the given language at home and their self-assessed proficiency in English.
Average number of years lived by the population within the county by race/ethnicity.
Relying on official federal and state data sources, the LIS calculates the cost of living based on eight household necessities: food, housing, child care, health care, transportation, miscellaneous costs, taxes, and debt payments. The result is a modest family budget that does not leave much room for the unexpected, like losing a job or illness.
Count and percent of schools receiving a state-designated status of 'low-performing'.
Percentage of female Medicare enrollees ages 65-74 that received an annual mammography screening.
The US Maternal Vulnerability Index is the first county-level, national-scale, open source tool to identify where and why mothers in the United States are vulnerable to poor health outcomes. Six MVI themes reflect 43 indicators associated with maternal health outcomes.
The Multidimensional Deprivation Index (MDI) is a new research measure intended to complement, not replace, the Official Poverty Measure or Supplemental Poverty Measure. The MDI has six dimensions: standard of living, education, health, economic security, housing quality, and neighborhood quality. This report presents estimates of poverty using the official definition of poverty and estimates of deprivation using the MDI based on information collected primarily in the American Community Survey. MDI is the percent of people deprived in at least two dimensions
Bike, transit, and walk score from 'walkscore.com'; mobility score is calculated off of the 3 other scores. Look up notes for more information on the data availability of different years.
Model-based estimate of the number and percent of children that have experienced the death of a parent.
All North Carolina real-world facilities, services, or amenities available through Overture Maps.
Population counts by race and/or ethnicity, gender, and age by Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Various measures and counts to estimate postsecondary engagement and attendance.
Yearly count and rate of population in poverty broken down by demographics in a census tract.
Count of population living below set federal poverty level thresholds (50%, 125%, 500%, etc.)
Count of population living under or at 150% of the federal poverty level and if they have moved recently.
Percent of mothers within race and/or ethnicity subgroup that receiving on-time prenatal care.
Counts of live births that began prenatal care in the first trimester by race and/or ethnicity by county.
Counts of live births that began prenatal care in the first trimester by other demographic groups by county.
Percent of fourth graders who scored at or above Proficient on reading on the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
Index of dissimilarity where higher values indicate greater residential segregation. The extent to which students within different race and ethnicity groups are unevenly distributed across schools when compared with the racial and ethnic composition of the local population.
Number of newly diagnosed chlamydia cases per 100,000 population.
Count of households receiving SNAP benefits by race and/or ethnicity and census tract.
Social Deprivation Index is a composite measure of area level deprivation based on seven demographic characteristics collected in the American Community Survey and used to quantify the socio-economic variation in health outcomes.
Percentage of children that live in single-parent households and number of membership associations per 10,000 population
The CDC/ATSDR Social Vulnerability Index (CDC/ATSDR SVI) uses 15 U.S. census variables to help local officials identify communities that may need support before, during, or after disasters.
Student enrollment in different types of schools (public, private, etc.) by census tract.
Student enrollment in different types of schools (public, private, etc.) by census tract for many demographic subgroups.
Short-term suspension, long-term suspension, and expulsion counts for county public school districts.
Counts and rates of live births to mother's under age 18 by race and/or ethnicity for a county.
Average and maximum temperatures recorded over the course of a month of meterological stations in a month.
Third grade reading proficiency by proficiency score in a county broken down by demographic.
This table maps the 2010 census tracts to 2020 census tracts by accounting for split tracts, combined tracts, and new tracts. Use this to convert 2010 census tracts to 2020 tracts.
The Tree Equity Score calculates scores based on how much tree canopy and surface temperature align with income, employment, race, age and health factors in the U.S.
Yearly count and rate of population unemployed or in the labor force broken down by demographic in a census tract.
Monthly count and rate of population unemployed or in the labor force broken down by demographic in a census tract.
Census Bureau county veteran population demographics, poverty, and disability estimates for North Carolina 2010-2021.
Poverty and disability data is starting from year 2012. For county level data with more age disaggregation, lookup table veterans_county. Total veterans population counts for race, sex, and age is slightly different from the disaggregated counts, for more information on that, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Walkability Index dataset characterizes every Census 2019 block group in the U.S. based on its relative walkability. Walkability depends upon characteristics of the built environment that influence the likelihood of walking being used as a mode of travel.