A project of the Urban Institute and
a partner of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP)
Neighborhood Info DC works to support community organizations, neighborhood leadership and residents and government as they work to improve the quality of life for people throughout the District of Columbia.
Looking for data about your community but don't know where to find it? Find data in our D.C. neighborhood profiles in the following subject areas: population, well-being, housing, foreclosures, and schools. Browse for relevant statistics and downloadable data. If you can't find what you're looking for, ask a question and we will respond to your request within a week. Profiles are now updated with SNAP and TANF data for 2014 and schools data for 2013-2014. (5-1-14) Find data for the following geographies:
Our Changing City Chapter 2: Schools
This piece explores changes in the DC education system over the past decade. In this second installment of Our Changing City, we examine DC's changing public school enrollment trends since 2000, breaking the data down by grade, race, school, and ward.
Washington, DC: Our Changing City
This piece homes in on changes from the past decade-2000 to 2010-when DC's population began growing again for the first time in 50 years. In the first installment of this series, we look at demographic change, drilling down to wards and neighborhoods.
Tracking School Enrollment in D.C.
Our neighborhood profiles are now updated with school enrollment data by school type and school year (calculated based on the location of the school). Our resources page has also been updated with the Master School File used to create the data for the profiles and a complete file of enrollment statistics by school, grade, and school year.
Making Data Accessible: Foreclosure Tracking in Washington, DC
This brief highlights our work of making foreclosure data accessible in the District of Columbia and gives examples of how our partners have used this information to assist vulnerable homeowners and renters.
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