This free, publicly available online resource enables users to explore neighborhood trends through data visualizations such as charts and graphs. The platform provides information on housing and real estate, income and employment, health, public safety, environment, transportation, education, food insecurity, demography, and social connectedness. Data is compiled from the American Community Survey, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, California Department of Education, among other administrative datasets.
An ongoing series of data stories will provide insight into a wide range of policy matters within LA County neighborhoods. Pairing precise data with rich narrative, photos, and interactive maps and visualizations, data stories reveal the trends, challenges and opportunities facing Los Angeles communities, giving readers an opportunity to learn more about the issues confronting our region. KCETLink, the official media partner for NDSC, will publish NDSC data stories under City Rising, a TV and web-based program that examines the cause and effect of social issues affecting communities across California.
Neighborhood Data for Social Change is supported by Seattle-based data-as-a-service platform provider,
, a global provider of open data and government performance management solutions.
The Price Center
is the Los Angeles partner of the
National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP)
a collaboration between the Urban Institute and local organizations that democratize data