The 2020 Injury Report and Dashboard present information about injury-related conditions among residents living in San Diego County. The information presented includes injury indicators annual age-adjusted rates across years, crude rates by demographics (age, sex, and race/ethnicity), and by subregional areas (SRAs) and Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Regions.
2010-2019 Motor Vehicle Injury Brief
This brief presents key findings about motor vehicle injuries in San Diego County, the six Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) regions, and the 41 subregional areas (SRAs), from 2010 to 2019. Key findings are presented by type of motor vehicle injury and collision. Motor vehicle injury collisions reported in this brief refer to collisions that occurred on any public road in San Diego County, at the point of collision and not the victims’ place of residence. Indicators in this brief represent victims of total motor vehicle injuries, pedestrian injuries, pedalcycle/bicycle injuries, injuries from alcohol-involved collisions, as well as drinking drivers involved in motor vehicle injury collisions. When available, rates are provided by age group, sex, and year.
Motor Vehicle Collision Injury Indicators in San Diego County Dashboards
are those involving a motor vehicle operated on a public road, where
at least one person is injured or killed. These dashboards show the
rates of several injury indicators related to motor vehicle
collisions in San Diego County for 2020. Where available, counts
and rates are provided by sex, age group, and geography.
Geographical areas included are San Diego County, the six Health and Human Services Agency Regions, and 41 subregional areas (SRAs).
areas included are San Diego County, 18 municipalities (cities) and
the unincorporated area.
Outcomes on this dashboard:
- Alcohol-Involved Injuries
- Drinking Driver
- Pedalcycle Injuries
- Pedestrian Injuries
- Total Injuries
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.
Collision statistics you can create tables and graphs for, map or download the raw data:
- By Day of Week and Time
- By Primary Collision Factor Violation
- Victim demographics
- Victim degree of injury
- Victim role
- Use of safety equipment
- Pedestrian collision classification and descriptions
- Number of collisions by schools by type
The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is one of the recipients of the Overdose Data to Action (OD2A) grant. The grant focuses on innovative surveillance activities aimed to reduce opioid misuse and opioid use disorder, increase evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorder, and reduce emergency department visits and deaths from opioid overdoses. This 5-year retrospective analysis describes recent trends in opioid-related fatal overdoses and nonfatal encounters at the emergency departments and hospitals in San Diego County. Differences in overdoses among demographic groups and across geographic areas within the county are assessed.
Opioid-Related Overdoses & Encounters in San Diego County 2017-2021 (September 2023)
Opioid-Related Overdoses & Encounters in San Diego County 2015-2019 (September 2021)