2016 City Health Profiles Reveal Little-Known Facts
The newly updated City Health Profiles are filled with fascinating details about King County communities. For example, did you know that …
… residents of Northeast Seattle live an average of 9.9 years longer than those in South Auburn (86.2 versus 76.3 years, respectively)?
… Seattle’s Queen Anne/Magnolia area ranks #1 for excessive drinking in King County (37% of adults, compared to 10% in the west section of Kent)?
… King County islands are magnets for seniors: On Mercer and Vashon Islands, 1 in 5 residents is 65 or older, compared to only 1 in 14 in Sammamish?
… 88% of Mercer Island/Point Cities adults saw a dentist in the past year, compared to only 44% of adults in SeaTac/Tukwila?
In this year’s companion Appendix, you can find neighborhood-specific data from King County’s 7 largest cities (Auburn, Bellevue, Federal Way, Kent, Kirkland, Renton, and Seattle).
Coming soon: An interactive version of the 2016 City Health Profiles and Appendix will be posted online. New features for the appendix include maps and automatic rank-ordering of demographic and health information across 48 geographic regions in King County.