The SF Indicator Project Neighborhood Profiles provides a summary of the indicators by neighborhood. Rather than view the data indicator by indicator, this view allows one to get an idea of how each neighborhood fares across indicators and assess the data for a particular neighborhood in comparison to other neighborhoods and the San Francisco as a whole.
It is important to note that the neighborhood profiles only display primary indicators, those identified as being the most salient to the health objective. Secondary indicator data can be accessed through the SCI objectives pages. In addition, data sources and explanations/limitations of the data are not included in the profiles. If you want to use data related to an indicator, we strongly encourage you to click on the indicator to obtain additional information describing data sources, and the indicators’ explanations and limitations. We also provide additional demographic data that may be helpful to you. Finally, as indicator data is updated periodically, SFDPH maintains an archive of indicators. If you are interested in accessing this archived data, please contact us.
Select one or more neighborhoods and click "Submit". The results will show a map(s) identifying the location of the neighborhood, demographic data, and indicator data. You may view more detailed information by clicking on the indictor title to be directed to the indictor page. Not all indicators have data at the neighborhood level because data was only available at a higher geographic level, such as the zip code or city.