Data Resources

Communities Count Data Resources Toolbox

The Data Resources Toolbox is a gateway to resources that can help in using data to prepare grant proposals, needs assessments, evaluations, and final reports. 

Data sources on King County communities

  • Community Health Indicators: For 168 health and determinants-of-health indicators: tables, charts, and maps on King County trends and demographics; data for King County regions, cities, and some neighborhoods.
  • Best Starts for Kids Indicators presents interactive data relevant to King County's Best Starts for Kids initiative. Bar charts and maps by various geographies.
  • Communities Count (this site): Data and maps on >90 indicators of community health and well-being. Focus on equity analyses, trends; data presented for various geographies. Link to population estimates and other demographics.
  • City Health Profiles (2016, 2012): Demographics and health data for 26 cities / areas in King County; appendix shows data for all cities, plus some neighborhoods, all on one grid.
  • School District Health Profiles (2012):  Demographics and data on physical and mental health for 7 King County school districts (Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, Seattle, and Tukwila). Some comparisons go back to 2004.
  • Other King County Public Health resources include the King County Health ProfileKing County Community Health Needs Assessment 2015/2016and Public Health Reports.
  • King County's Equity Team's Tools & Resources page includes a link to KC Census Viewer, which enables users to view recent demographic data by census tract. 

Other data resources