Indicator Description Data Definition Category
% Residential Units within Half Mile of a Park

Residential units within 1/2 mile of a park as a percentage of total housing units.

Source: County Assessor/Greenprint Data (Denver Metro Green Space Study 2011)

Source: County Assessor/Greenprint Data (Denver Metro Green Space Study 2011) Land Use/Built Environment
1-Person Households

Single-person households as a percentage of the total number of households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. 1-person household / Total household; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P19. 1-person household / Total household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11016 1-person household / Total household) Families and Households
Adults Non-English Speaking

Percent of population >18 reporting that they speak a language other than English, and do not speak English well or at all

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P19. Population 18+ speak a language other than English and speak English "not well" or "not at all"; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B16004. Population 18+ speak a language other than English and speak English "not well" or "not at all"; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B16004. Population 18+ speak a language other than English and speak English "not well" or "not at all") Race/Ethnicity
African-American Homeowners (as a percentage of total owner occupied housing units)

Percent of all African-American households living in owner-occumpied homes

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H14. Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is Black or African American alone / Total owner-occupied housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H14. Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is Black or African American alone / Total owner-occupied housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25003B Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is Black or African American alone / Total owner-occupied housing units) Homeownership
African-Americans in Poverty

Number of African-American persons in poverty as a percentage of all African-Americans whose poverty status is determined

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P159B. Black or African American alone population whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Black or African American alone population for whom poverty status is determined; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17020B. Black or African American alone population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Black or African American alone population for whom poverty status is determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17020B. Black or African American alone population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Black or African American alone population for whom poverty status is determined) Poverty and Income
Asian/Pacific Islander Homeowners (as a percentage of total owner occupied housing units)

Percent of all Asian/Pacific Islander householders living in owner-occupied homes

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H14. Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is Asian alone or Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone / Total owner-occupied housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H14. Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is Asian alone or Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone / Total owner-occupied housing units;2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25003C and B25003D,Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is Asian alone or Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone / Total owner-occupied housing units ) Homeownership
Asian/Pacific Islander in Poverty

Number of Asian and Pacific Islander persons in poverty as a percentage of all Asian and Pacific Islanders whose poverty status is determined

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P159D and Table P159E. Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone population whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone population for whom poverty status is determined; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17020D and Table B17020E. Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone population for whom poverty status is determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17020D and Table B17020E. Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone population for whom poverty status is determined) Poverty and Income
Average Annual Wage

Average of all wages paid divided by total employment by place of work.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B19062. Aggregate Wage Or Salary Income In The Past 12 Months /Total household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B19062 Aggregate Wage Or Salary Income In The Past 12 Months /Total household) Labor and Employment
Average Household Income

Total household income divided by the total number of households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P54. Aggregate Household Income In 1999 Dollars / Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. Total Households; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B19025. Aggregate Household Income In The Past 12 Months / Census 2010 SF1 Table P19. Total household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25070 Aggregate Household Income In The Past 12 Months /Total household) Poverty and Income
Births African-American

African-American births as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births Asian/Pacific Islander

Asian/Pacific Islander births as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births Latino

White Hispanic births as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births Native American

Native American births as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births Non-Latino White

Non-Latino White births as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births Other Race

Births of other race or ethnicities as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births to Foreign Mothers

Births to foreign mothers (mother born outside of United States) as a percentage of total births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Race/Ethnicity
Births to Teen Mothers (19 and under)

Births to females 19 years of age and under as a percentage of all live births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Families and Households
Births to Unwed Mothers

Births to unmarried women as a percentage of all live births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Families and Households
Births to Women Receiving Late or No Prenatal Care

Births to women entering prenatal care in the last trimester (7-10 month) of pregnancy or receiving no prenatal care prior to labor and delivery as a percentage of total births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Newborns
Births to Women With Less Than 12th Grade Education

Births to women age 20 and over with less than a high school education or the equivalent as a percentage of all births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Adult Education
Children (under 18) in Poverty

Number of children under 18 years living in related families whose income below federal poverty levels as a percent of all children under 18 years

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P87. Population under 18 years living in families whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population under 18 years; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17020. Population under 18 years living in families whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B01001. Population under 18 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17020. Population under 18 years living in families whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001. Population under 18 years) Poverty and Income
Children Living with Single Parents

Unmarried biological, adopted, or stepchildren under 18 years of age living with one parent only as a percentage of all children

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P28. Population under 18 years whose relationship to the householder is own child in family with single householder / Total population under 18 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P31. Population under 18 years whose relationship to the householder is own child in family with single householder / Total population under 18 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B09005 Population under 18 years whose relationship to the householder is own child in family with single householder / Total population under 18 years) Families and Households
Children with low access to healthy food at 1 mile

Percnet of children age 0-17 with low access to healthy food at 1 mile.

Source:USDA Food Access Research Atlas 2010

Source: USDA Food Access Research Atlas 2010 Environmental Health
Families

Total number of families. A family is a group of two people or more (one of whom is the householder) related by birth, marriage, or adoption and residing together; all such people (including related subfamily members) are considered as members of one family.

Source: Census Bureau

2000/2010: Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. Family household; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P19. Family household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11016 Family household) General
Families in Poverty

Number of families in poverty as percentage of all families

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P90. Families whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Total Families; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17010. Families whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Total Families; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17010 Families whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Total Families) Poverty and Income
Families with Children

Families with children as a percentage of the total number of households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. Household with own children under 18 years / Total household; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P19. Household with own children under 18 years / Total household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11005 Household with own children under 18 years / Total household) Families and Households
Families without Children

Families without children as a percentage of the total number of households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. Household without own children under 18 years / Total household; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P19. Household without own children under 18 years / Total household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11005 Household without own children under 18 years / Total household) Families and Households
Foreign Born

Percent of total population that is foreign born

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P21. Foreign born population; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B05002. Foreign born; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B05002. Foreign born) Race/Ethnicity
Households

Total number of households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P15. Households; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P18. Households; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11016 Household Type by Household Size) General
Households with Income Greater than 200% of Denver's Median Income ( > $125,000)

Number of households with income > 200% of Denver Metro median income as a percentage of all households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Median Income for Denver-Aurora-Brommfield MSA is $60,137, for Boulder MSA is $64,839. Thus $60,000 is used as the median income for 7-County Denver Metro Area. ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B19001. Number of household with household income of $125,000 and over / Total Households; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B19001. Number of household with household income of $125,000 and over / Total Households, $60,000 is used as the median income for 7-County Denver Metro Area) Poverty and Income
Households with Income less than 100% of Denver's Median Income ( < $60,000)

Number of households with income < 100% of Denver Metro median income as a percentage of all households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau (ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Median Income for Denver-Aurora-Brommfield MSA is $60,137, for Boulder MSA is $64,839. Thus $60,000 is used as the median income for 7-County Denver Metro Area. ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B19001. Number of household with household income less than $60,000 / Total Households; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B19001. Number of household with household income of $125,000 and over / Total Households, $60,000 is used as the median income for 7-County Denver Metro Area) Poverty and Income
Households with Income 100% to 200% of Denver's Median Income ( $60,000 - $124,999)

Number of households with income 100 to 200% of Denver Metro median income as a percentage of all households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau (ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Median Income for Denver-Aurora-Brommfield MSA is $60,137, for Boulder MSA is $64,839. Thus $60,000 is used as the median income for 7-County Denver Metro Area. ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B19001. Number of household with household income of $60,000 - $124,999 / Total Households; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B19001. Number of household with household income of $125,000 and over / Total Households, $60,000 is used as the median income for 7-County Denver Metro Area) Poverty and Income
Housing Owner-Occupied (as a percentage of total housing units)

Owner-occupied housing units as a percentage of total housing units

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H4. Owner occupied housing units / Table H1. Total housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H4. Owner occupied housing units / Table H1. Total housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25003.Owner occupied housing units/Total Housing Units ) Homeownership
Housing Units

Number of housing units occupied or intended for occupancy as separate living quarters, including houses, apartments, mobile homes or trailers, or single rooms occupied as separate living quarters

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H1. Housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H1. Housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25001 Total Housing Units) Homeownership
Housing Units Built Before 1940

Housing units first constructed before 1940 as a percent of all housing units

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table H34. Housing units built before 1940 / Total housing units; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B25034. Housing units built before 1940 / Total housing units;2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25034. Housing units built before 1940 / Total housing units) Housing Characteristics
Housing Vacancy

Vacant housing units as a percentage of total housing units

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H3. Vacant housing units / SF1 Table H1. Housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H3. Vacant housing units / SF1 Table H1. Housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25002.Vacant housing units/ Total Housing units) Housing Characteristics
Industrial jobs

Industrial jobs as a percentage of the total jobs (NAICS 23;31-33;42;48-49), by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) DatasetWAC - Number of jobs in NAICS sector(23,31-33,42,48-49) / Total jobs Labor and Employment
Jobs with high wages

Percent of jobs with earnings greater than $3333/month, by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs with earnings greater than $3333 per month/Total jobs Labor and Employment
Jobs with low wages

Percent of jobs with earnings $1250/month or less, by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs with earnings $1250/month or less/Total jobs Labor and Employment
Jobs with middle wages

Percent of jobs with earnings $1251/month to $3333/month, by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs with earnings $1251/month to $3333/month/Total jobs Labor and Employment
Latino Homeowners (as a percentage of total owner occupied housing units)

Percent of all Latino householders living in owner-occupied homes

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H12. Occupied housing units with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino / SF1 Table H4. Owner occupied housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H15. Owner-occupied housing units with Hispanic or Latino householder / SF1 Table H4. Owner occupied housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25003I Owner-occupied housing units with Hispanic or Latino householder/occupied housing units) Homeownership
Latinos in Poverty

Number of Latino persons in poverty as a percentage of all Latinos whose poverty status is determined

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P159H. Hispanic or Latino population whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17020I. Hispanic or Latino population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17020I. Hispanic or Latino population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined) Poverty and Income
Licensed Child Care Slots

Number of child care slots available in licensed child care centers

Source: Qualistar Colorado 

Source: Qualistar Colorado Early Education
Low Birth Weight

Number of live births of infants born weighing less than 2,500 grams (less than 5lb 8oz) as a percentage of total births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Newborns
Low-income people with low access to healthy food at 1 mile

Percent of low-income population with low access to healthy food at 1 mile.

Source: USDA Food Access Research Atlas 2010

Source: USDA Food Access Research Atlas 2010 Environmental Health
Median Residential Appraised Valuation

Median Residential Assessed Valuation

Source: County Assessor

Source: County Assessor Land Use/Built Environment
Multi-Family Units

Percent of multi-family units

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B25024. Multi-family units / Total housing units;2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates Table B25024. Multi-family units / Total housing units) Land Use/Built Environment
Native American Homeowners (as a percentage of total owner-occupied housing units)

Percent of all Native American householders living in owner-occupied homes

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H14. Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is American Indian and Alaska Native alone / Total owner-occupied housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H14. Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is American Indian and Alaska Native alone / Total owner-occupied housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25003E Owner-occupied housing units with householder who is American Indian and Alaska Native alone / Total owner-occupied housing units) Homeownership
Native Americans in Poverty

Number of Native American persons in poverty as a percentage of all Native Americans whose poverty status is determined

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P159C. American Indian and Alaska Native alone population whose income in 1999 below poverty level / American Indian and Alaska Native alone population for whom poverty status is determined; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17020C. American Indian and Alaska Native alone population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / American Indian and Alaska Native alone population for whom poverty status is determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17020C. American Indian and Alaska Native alone population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / American Indian and Alaska Native alone population for whom poverty status is determined) Poverty and Income
Non-Family Households

Non-family households as a percentage of the total number of households

Source: Census Bureau

2000/2010: Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. Non-family household / Total household; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P19. Non-family household / Total household; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11016 Non-family household / Total household) Families and Households
Non-Latino White Homeowners (as a percentage of total owner occupied housing units)

Percent of all non-Latino White households living in owner-occupied homes

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table H16I. Owner occupied housing units with a White Non-Hispanic householder / SF1 Table H4. Owner occupied housing units; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table H7. Owner occupied housing units with a White Non-Hispanic householder / SF1 Table H4. Owner occupied housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25003H Owner occupied housing units with a White Non-Hispanic householder / Owner occupied housing units ) Homeownership
Non-Latino Whites in Poverty

Number of Non-Latino White persons in poverty as a percentage of all Non-Latino Whites whose poverty status is determined

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P159I. White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population whose income in 1999 below poverty level / White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17020H. White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table S1701 White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined) Poverty and Income
Non-Residential Density

The total of non-residential area divided by the total area of parcel

Source: County Assessor

Source: County Assessor Land Use/Built Environment
Office jobs

Office jobs as a percentage of the total jobs (NAICS 51;52;53;54), by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs in NAICS sector(51;52;53;54) / Total jobs Labor and Employment
Other category jobs

Other category jobs as a percentage of the total jobs (NAICS 11;21;22;56), by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs in NAICS sector(11;21;22;56) / Total jobs Labor and Employment
Overcrowded housing units

Number of housing units where is more than one occupant per room as a percentage of total housing units.

Source: U.S Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B25014. Number of housing units where is more than one occupant per room / Total housing units; 2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Table B25014. Number of housing units where is more than one occupant per room / Total housing units) Housing Characteristics
Parks acres/1,000 residents

Parks acres per 1,000 residents

Source: Greenprint Data (Denver Metro Green Space Study 2011) / ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates

Source: Greenprint Data (Denver Metro Green Space Study 2011) / ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates) Land Use/Built Environment
Persons Age 25+ with College Degree (Associates or Better)

Persons age 25 and older who graduated from college with an associate, bachelor, graduate or professional degree as a percent of all persons age 25 and older

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P37. Population 25 years and over with Associate's, Batchelor's, Master's, Professional school, Doctorate degree; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with Associate's, Batchelor's, Master's, Professional school, Doctorate degree) 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with Associate's, Batchelor's, Master's, Professional school, Doctorate degree) Adult Education
Persons age 25+ with high school only education

Persons age 25 and older with a high school diploma or the equivalent but no additional education as a percent of all persons age 25 and older

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P37. Population 25 years and over with high school graduate or equivalency educational attainment; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with high school graduate, GED, or alternative educational attainment; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B15002 Population 25 years and over with high school graduate, GED, or alternative educational attainment) Adult Education
Persons age 25+ with less than 12th grade education

Persons age 25 and older who have not completed high school or the equivalent as a percent of all persons age 25 and older

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P37. Population 25 years and over with less than high school graduate or equivalency educational attainment; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with less than high school graduate, GED, or alternative educational attainment; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with less than high school graduate, GED, or alternative educational attainment) Adult Education
Persons age 25+ with some college but no degree

Persons age 25 and older who attended some college but did not graduate as a percent of all persons age 25 and older

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P37. Population 25 years and over with some college but no degree educational attainment; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with some college but no degree educational attainment; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B15002. Population 25 years and over with some college but no degree educational attainment) Adult Education
Persons in Poverty

Number of persons whose income in the past 12 months below federal poverty level

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P87. Population whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Total population for whom poverty status is determined; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17001. Population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Total population for whom poverty status is determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17001 Population whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Total population for whom poverty status is determined ) Poverty and Income
Persons per Household

Population in households divided by the number of households

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P17. Average household size; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P17. Average household size; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B11002 Population in Households / Total Households) Families and Households
Population 18-24

Adults age 18 through 24 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population 18-24 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P12. Population 18-24 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 18-24 years) Age
Population 25-34

Adults age 25 through 34 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population 25-34 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P12. Population 25-34 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 25-34 years) Age
Population 35-44

Adults age 35 through 44 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population 35-44 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P12. Population 35-44 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 35-44 years) Age
Population 45-54

Adults age 45 through 54 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population 45-54 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P12. Population 45-54 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 45-54 years) Age
Population 5-17

Children age 5 through 17 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P14. Population 6-11 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P14. Population 5-17 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 5-17 years) Age
Population 55-64

Adults age 55 through 64 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population 55-64 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P12. Population 55-64 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 55-64 years) Age
Population African-American

African-Americans as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P3. Population of Black or African American alone; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P3. Population of Black or African American alone; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population Asian/Pacific Islander

Asians or Pacific Islanders as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P3. Population of Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P3. Population of Asian alone and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population Latino

Latinos as a percentage of the total population

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P4. Hispanic or Latino; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P4. Hispanic or Latino; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population Native American

Native Americans as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P3. Population of American Indian and Alaska Native alone; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P3. Population of American Indian and Alaska Native alone; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population Non-Latino

Non-Latinos as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P4. Not Hispanic or Latino; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P4. Not Hispanic or Latino; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population Non-Latino White

Non-Latino Whites as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P4. Population of Non-Latino White alone; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P5. Population of Non-Latino White alone; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population of 2 or More Races

Non-Latino persons selecting 2 or more races as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P3. Population of two or more races; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P3. Population of two or more races; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population Other Race (Single Race Selected)

Non-Latino persons selecting other race (other than African-American, Native American, Latino, Non-Latino White, or Asian/Pacific Islander) as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P3. Population of Some other race alone; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P3. Population of Some other race alone; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Population over 65

Adults age 65 and older as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P12. Population 65 years and over; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P12. Population 65 years and over; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population 65 years older) Age
Population under 5

Children under age 5 as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P14. Population under 6 years; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P14. Population under 5 years; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Population under 5 years) Age
Population White

Whites as a percentage of the total population

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P3. Population of White alone; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P3. Population of White alone; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B03002. Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race) Race/Ethnicity
Premature Births

Number of live births of infants born prematurely and not fully developed as a result of a shortened length of gestation (born before 37 weeks gestation) as a percentage of total births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). Newborns
Public jobs

Public jobs as a percentage of the total jobs (NAICS 55;61;62;81;92), by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs in NAICS sector(55;61;62;81;92) / Total jobs Labor and Employment
Publicly Subsidized Rental Housing Units

Number of publicly subsidized rental housing units

Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Land Use/Built Environment
Renters Spending More Than 30% of Income on Housing

The ratio of monthly gross rent to monthly household income of renter-occupied housing units

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000:Census SF3

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF 3 Table H69. Gross rent more than 30% of household income in 1999 / renter-occupied housing units; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B25070. Gross rent more than 30% of household income in the past 12 months / renter-occupied housing units; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25070. Gross rent more than 30% of household income in the past 12 months / renter-occupied housing units) Housing Characteristics
Residential Density

Number of total residential units divided the acreage of residential land

Source: County Assessor

Source: County Assessor Land Use/Built Environment
Retail jobs

Retail jobs as a percentage of the total jobs (NAICS 44-45;71;72), by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Data Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Number of jobs in NAICS sector(44-45;71;72) / Total jobs Labor and Employment
Single Family Units

Percent of single family units

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B25024. Single family units / Total housing units;2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B25024. Single family units / Total housing units) Land Use/Built Environment
Single Mothers with Children in Poverty

Number of single mothers with children in poverty as a percentage of all single mothers with children

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF3

2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF3 Table P90. Female single householder with children under 18 years whose income in 1999 below poverty level / Census 2000 SF1 Table P18. Female single householder with own children under 18 years; 2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B17010. Female single householder with related children under 18 years whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Female single householder with own children under 18 years whose poverty status was determined; 2015:ACS 2011-2015 5-Year Estimates Table B17010 Female single householder with related children under 18 years whose income in the past 12 months below poverty level / Female single householder with own children under 18 years whose poverty status was determined) Poverty and Income
Total Births

Total live births

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Source:Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Due to confidentiality of vital statistics data, when there are fewer than three events in a category, the data have been suppressed. Therefore, a blank record represents any value under three (1,2). General
Total Jobs

Average annual employment estimates, regardless of whether part-time, full-time, temporary or permanent, by place of work rather than place of residence.

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

Source: LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES) Dataset WAC - Total jobs Labor and Employment
Total Population

Total number of persons

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2000/2010:Census SF1

2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2000:Census 2000 SF1 Table P1. Total Population; 2010:Census 2010 SF1 Table P1. Total Population; 2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates Table B01001 Total Population) General
Unemployed in Civilian Labor Force

Persons age 16 and over who are unemployed as a percentage of the civilian labor force age 16 and over.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates

2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates

Source:U.S. Census Bureau(2010:ACS 2006-2010 5-Year Estimates Table B23025. Unemployed Population 16 Years And Over / Total Population 16 Years And Over in Civilian Workforce; 2014:ACS 2010-2014 5-Year Estimates TableB23025. Unemployed Population 16 Years And Over / Total Population 16 Years And Over in Civilian Workforce) Labor and Employment