Last updated: 10/6/23
Public Health Department data help stakeholders and leaders in the community develop effective public health policies and programs. Keep updated on local health data to better understand the health of your community.
Latino Health Assessment
Latinos in Santa Clara County face great health inequities. While there has been improvement in some health outcomes for the Latino community over the last decade, Latinos in Santa Clara County continue to face higher rates of obesity, diabetes, and COVID deaths compared to others. The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department is working to change this with input from the community. Public Health is leading a Latino Health Assessment that will lay out an action plan for the next few years. Learn more.
COVID data dashboards include data about cases, deaths, hospitalizations, and vaccinations. Wastewater monitoring data provides better understanding of COVID transmission levels and if new variants are rising.
Learn about the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department's research with Stanford University on case investigation and contact tracing.
Influenza (flu) data dashboards include data on outbreaks, deaths, and overall influenza activity. Wastewater monitoring data provides flu concentration in each of the four Santa Clara County sewersheds, giving a fuller picture of spread in the county. View if flu transmission is increasing or decreasing in your community and how the current level compares to previous weeks and months.
Open Data Portal
The most up-to-date data are available on the Public Health Department’s Open Data Portal. Doing your own analysis? Visit the Open Data Portal to access data sets and maps about local health issues such as diabetes, teen births, opioid use, and other topics.
Health data reports
Use the table below to access past data reports:
Who We Are
Our team of epidemiologists gathers and analyzes data on County of Santa Clara residents' health status. Epidemiologists work with mappers, health planners, writers, and graphic designers to present data to the community and to develop reports on health issues facing our communities.