These pages include several dozen key Equity Atlas maps along with an initial analysis in each of the issue areas listed below. How to Read the Atlas Maps provides important context for understanding the maps and scoring system that may be helpful as you view the maps.
- Demographics: Population Density, Populations of Color, Race, Income, Age, Household Composition, Immigrants
- Health Care: Prenatal Care, Well-Child Visits, Lack of Preventitive Care
- Health Outcomes: Healthy Eating Active Living, Obesity, Asthma, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes
Access to Opportunity
- Community: Proximity to Community Amenities, Proximity to Social and Cultural Institutions
- Democratic Participation: Voter Registration and Participation
- Economic Opportunity: Transit Access to Family Wage Jobs, Transportation Access to Jobs
- Education: Public Schools, School Achievement Levels, Graduation Rates
- Food: Proximity to Supermarkets, Grocery Stores and Fresh Food, Proximity to Supplemental Food Programs, Proximity to Unhealthy Food Sources, Community Gardens
- Healthy Environment: Air Quality
- Housing: Housing Affordability, Minority Home Ownership Gap, Gentrification and Displacement, Housing Accessibility, Access to Home Loans, Housing Tenure
- Parks and Natural Areas: Proximity to Parks and Natural Areas, Proximity to Greenspace and Outdoor Recreation, Proximity to Greenspace and Outdoor Recreation in Relationship to Demographic Patterns
- Services and Amenities: Proximity to Financial and Retail Services, Proximity to Public and Human Services
- Transportation: Transit Access, Walkability, Bikability, Pedestrian Composite (Walkability + Transit Access)
Exploring the maps further
Above each map accessible from this page is a link that takes you directly to the dynamic version of that map in the Atlas online mapping tool. Opening the map in the tool enables you to zoom in to particular neighborhoods, add or delete indicators, view statistical tables related to the map, add reference layers such as roads or county boundaries, and locate a particular address on the map.
Next steps in the analysis
The analysis of the maps in the Map Series is intended as a starting point for further conversation. In many cases, additional statistical analysis can help us develop a more complete understanding of the equity implications of the data. Coalition for a Livable Future plans to work with our partner organizations over the upcoming months to develop a series of white papers that offer an in-depth analysis of specific topic areas along with policy recommendations.