Communities Count: Social and Health Indicators Across King County
|Year Project Began:||1997|
|Year of Last Input:||2016|
|Last Updated:||Jul 30 2017|
King County Washington
State / Province:
Public/Private Partnership (see Description for Partners)
Type of Organization:
Geographic ScopeNeighborhood, Municipality, County, Other
Issue AreasArts and Culture, Children & Youth, Economy, Education, Employment, Environment, Equity, Health & Wellbeing, Housing, Land Use, Population, Poverty, Public Safety, Recreation, Social, Transportation
Communities Count is a collaborative effort among public and private organizations to create recurrent reports on community indicators for King County. The Seattle Foundation is the fiscal sponsor, Public Health – Seattle & King County is lead for data collection and report production. Partners include: City of Bellevue, City of Renton, and the City of Seattle.
Communities Count reports offer a set of 38 social, health, environmental and arts indicators for use by city and county governments, public agencies, foundations, human service providers, non-profit agencies, community-based organizations, and King County residents, updated every three years. The indicators provide information that is inclusive of the social and geographic diversity of King County and a perspective on regional differences and inequities by race, income, education, age and gender. Each full report offers an in-depth focus on a timely and important issue. In response to the many requests for more timely information related to the economic downturn, Communities Count started providing monthly web-based updates on recession-linked indicators since May of 2009 as new data become available and adding supplemental data related to the impact of this recession.
Project Contact:Gloria Albetta
Public Health - Seattle & King County -
Seattle WA US