Looking for more data? Below are links to additional resources.
QuickFacts tables are summary profiles showing frequently requested data items from various Census Bureau programs. Profiles are available for the nation, states, counties, and places.
Economy at a Glance tables are provided by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. They provide users with high level economic indicators.
American FactFinder provides access to data about the United States, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas. The data in American FactFinder come from several censuses and surveys.
NKU by the Numbers is maintained by the Northern Kentucky University Center for Economic Analysis and Development. It looks at economic indicators for Northern Kentucky and the Cincinnati MSA.
The Regional Indicators reports look at our region’s performance through an economic lens. Regional Indicator Reports are produced in collaboration by Agenda 360 and Vision 2015.
Interact for Health works to improve the health of people in the Cincinnati region by being a catalyst for health and wellness. They sponsor numerous surveys about health in Ohio, Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati Region.
HealthLandscape is an interactive web atlas for healthcare providers, payers, policy makers, and community planners to combine, analyze, and display health information in ways that promote understanding, improve outcomes, and reduce cost of health and healthcare.
StrivePartnership is focused on the success of our children: every child, every step of the way, cradle to career. StrivePartnership tracks key education indicators for schools in the Cincinnati region.
The Northern Kentucky Education Council (NKYEC) serves as the overarching organization for the alignment of education initiatives that support our population from birth to career. NKYEC tracks key education indicators for schools in Northern Kentucky.
Open Data Cincy is an online public website for regional & government data to encourage transparency, innovation & civic engagement.
The Department of City Planning and Buildings is a unified, high-performance team that guides land use, zoning and preservation of historic structures, facilitates building permitting and construction inspection. They provide various types of planning related data including data on abandoned/vacant buildings and neighborhood demographic information.
Hamilton County’s Planning + Development Department is responsible for ensuring safe, responsible development and redevelopment while building partnerships to create and implement visionary plans. They provide various types of planning related data including data on recycling, health and neighborhood demographic information.
Downtown Cincinnati Inc. (DCI) is a non-profit business organization with a mission to build a dynamic metropolitan center valued as the heart of the region. DCI produces The State of Downtown Cincinnati-a compilation of data pertinent to stakeholders and visitors including information on: safety and cleanliness; development, office and employment; retail and restaurants; convention and hotels; arts, culture and entertainment; plus access and parking.