The Selected Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area Risk Trends (SMART) program provides data at the metropolitan level on select health indicators.
Data and statistics collected from California schools and learning support resources to identify trends and educational needs and to measure performance.
CDPH is a state-level resource with information on infectious disease control and prevention, food safety, environmental health, laboratory services, patient safety, emergency preparedness, chronic disease prevention and health promotion, family health, health equity, and vital records and statistics.
The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) provides school district and school-level data for grades 4-12 on school climate, learning supports, and engagement, as well as quality of health, prevention, and youth development programs.
AskCHIS is a tool that allows you to quickly search for health statistics from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) for your county, region, and state.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the national agency on public health that supports research and health promotion, prevention, and preparedness activities nationwide, with the goal of improving overall public health.
A nationwide ranking of counties based on various health factors and outcomes.
Healthy People 2020 is the federal government's prevention agenda for building a healthier nation. It identifies significant preventable threats to health and establishes national goals to reduce these threats.
Browse key indicators on health and social determinants in the County of Santa Clara.
- American Community Survey (ACS)
- The American Community Survey is an on-going survey that provides vital information to officials, community leaders, and businesses about our nation and its people.
- Census Data
- Census of residents in the United States, which occurs every 10 years.
Data and mapping analysis tools and information for traffic safety-related research, policy, and planning at the state and county level.