Indicator_Violent Crime

Safety / Violent Crime   Violent Crime   Crime is often an indication of the safety of a community and can influence a person’s perception of that community. Higher levels of violent crime are associated with higher levels of poverty and racial...

Indicator_Accidental Death

Safety / Accidental Death Accidental Death Nationally, injuries are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 1 and 44, and are a leading cause of disability for the general population.1 For this report, accidental death rates are calculated as rates...

Indicator_Suicide Rate

Health and Wellness / Suicide Rate   Suicide Rate   Suicide is considered a public health issue linked to biological, psychological, and societal contributing factors.1 The United States experienced an increase in rates of suicide across the country between...

Indicator_Infant Health

Health and Wellness / Infant Health   Infant Health   Infant health is often a leading indicator of not only children’s overall health, but also of a community’s health.1 One measure of infant health in a community is the percent of babies born at a low...

Indicator_Air Quality

Environment and Sustainability / Air Quality   Air Quality   The Air Quality Index (AQI) is a measurement used to communicate the level of air pollution to the public and what associated health risks may be a concern. With increasing levels of pollution, the...