Maps and Data

The Office of Children’s Affairs uses data to understand how Denver’s nearly 135,000 children are faring.  City and neighborhood data are collected on a variety of issues including health, family, economic stability, school readiness, academic achievement, and youth success.  These data provide valuable insight into gaps in access and opportunity that drive changes in policy, programs and services for children.  The data and maps are prepared in PDF format and are available to view or download.

Neighborhood Statistics and Data

View statistics and find resources for kids in your neighborhood and in other neighborhoods around Denver.

Office Facts and Statistics

Denver Child Health Fact Sheet (pdf) Highlights the most current information about childhood obesity, food insecurity, and health insurance for Denver's Children. 
Denver Child Population Fact Sheet (pdf) Describes Denver's child population by age group, race, and ethnicity. 
Denver Child Poverty Fact Sheet (pdf) Provides information on child poverty in Denver including the number of children in poverty by age group and families in poverty.
Denver Disconnected Youth Fact Sheet (pdf) Provides current information on the number of youth ages 16-24 who are not working and not in school in Denver.
Denver Early Childhood Fact Sheet (pdf)    Provides current information on the demand, cost, and capacity of early childhood care and preschool in Denver.  
Denver Public Schools Fact Sheet (pdf)

Provides current information on Denver Public School student population, student achievement, and graduation rates.

The Status of Denver Children (pdf) is a data-based publication containing a wealth of information specifically about Denver’s kids.  This comprehensive document, aligned with Mayor Hancock’s Five Goals for Denver Kids, not only looks at demographics and population size, but also describes the current state of the health, education, and family economics of the children of Denver.

 

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Archived Maps and Data

View city and neighborhood data collected previously on a variety of youth issues such as teen birthrate, you employment and youth poverty on the Archived Briefs and Reports page.

Additional Maps and Data

Children Under the Age of 5  Map of the 2012 Child Population Under Age 5 by Census Tract
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Kindergartners not ready for reading Map of kindergartners not ready for reading as measured by the early literacy assessment (DRA2/ELD2) administered by Denver Public Schools. Data provided by Denver Public Schools, 2012 DRA2/ELD2 proficiency by neighborhood. 
3rd graders not proficient in reading  Map of 3rd graders not proficient in reading by Denver neighborhood. Data provided by Denver Public Schools, 2012 TCAP.
8th graders not proficient in math  Map of 8th graders not proficient in math by Denver neighborhood. Data provided by Denver Public Schools, 2012 TCAP.
Dropout rate Map of the dropout rate in Denver neighborhoods. Data provided by Denver Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year.  
Children in poverty Map of children under the age of 18 in poverty by Denver neighborhood. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 5-year estimates 2007-2011. 
Crime rate Map of the 2011 overall crime rate for Denver neighborhoods per 1,000 people. Data provided by the Denver Police Department.
Single-parent families  Map of single-parent families by Denver neighborhood. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 5-year estimates 2007-2011.
Adults with no high school diploma  Map of adults with no high school diploma by Denver neighborhood. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 5-year estimates 2007-2011.
Teen births  Map of births in Denver to women between the ages of 15 and 19.  Data provided by the Colorado Department of Pubic Health and Environment, Health Statistics Section, 5-year averages 2007-2011.
Births to women with less than 12 years education Map of births to women with less than 12 years education by Denver neighborhood.  Data provided by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Health Statistics Section, 5-year averages 2007-2011.
Disconnected youth Map of disconnected youth, or youth ages 16-19 not working or in school, by Denver neighborhood. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 5-year estimates 2007-2011. 
Dropout rate  Map of the dropout rate in Denver neighborhoods. Data provided by Denver Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year. 
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