Community Facts is a tool developed by The Piton Foundation to make data about the health and well-being of Denver-area families and communities widely accessible. Community Facts provides detailed information about geographical areas related to demographics, education, housing, economics, health, safety, and more. It includes data available in tables, maps and graphs.
Established in 1991 as "Neighborhood Facts," the online database was founded on Piton's belief that reliable and objective information should be the basis of all political, policy and economic decisions. Piton is a partner in the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership. NNIP is a collaborative effort by the Urban Institute and local partners to further the development and use of neighborhood-level information systems in local policymaking and community building.
denver Neighborhood Facts DATA
Find statistics about Denver's 77 neighborhoods. Choose from "Neighborhood Summaries" for the most recent year's data on frequently requested demographic, housing, education, economic and health statistics. The data is available in tables, graphs and maps. Histories of each Denver neighborhood also are provided. Or choose "Advanced Neighborhood Search" to view many additional statistics, data from prior years, and to make comparisons between two or more neighborhoods.
In 2008, piton.org will expand its database to include statistics for the entire metro Denver region.