Maps and Spatial Statistics




The Community Health Statistics Unit utilizes geographic information systems as a way to help planners, community partners, and the public visualize a variety of data spatially. 



*Note: icon depicts our Health and Human Services Agency regions, one of the many geographic boundaries we depict data in.



Disease and Injury Atlases

These atlases show rates of disease and injury mapped by community (Sub-regional Area, SRA) for all residents by medical outcome or death.* Indicators include non-communicable (chronic) disease, communicable disease, injury, and behavioral health conditions. Where available, maps by race-ethnicity and age group are included. 

* Atlases may include rates of death, emergency department discharge, hospitalization, and in-patient treatment. 

Demographic and Vulnerable Population Maps 


2015 Foreign Born Atlas - The San Diego County Atlas of Foreign-born Populations is comprised of 7 atlas documents in the series. There is a list of the countries included in each document. All data comes from the American Community Survey (ACS) 2011-2015 summary results which describe the place of birth, English-speaking ability of foreign-born populations, the language spoken at home, and linguistic isolation by language. All maps show data at the census tract level with larger communities overlayed.




Collision-Related Maps and Injury Data


Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS)

TIMS is a web-based data query and download application developed to display pin maps in Google Maps, using the California Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) collision data. A second application was designed and applied to provide a more map-centric experience with other types of data layers and spatial analysis capabilities typically seen in a Geographic Information System (GIS), which is all available to the public.