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Hartford Trends provides data over time for all of Hartford's neighborhoods. The Hartford Trends database currently includes U.S. Census data from 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000. In coming months, data from sources in addition to the U.S. Census will be added.

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Population by Race/Ethnicity
Number of Census Tracts
Household Types
Income and Poverty
Employment and Education
Social Risk Factors
Isolation Indicators
Child Well-being Indicators
Housing Conditions

Asylum Hill
Barry Square
Behind the Rocks
Blue Hills
Clay Arsenal
Frog Hollow
North Meadows
Sheldon Charter Oak
South Green
South End
Upper Albany
West End
City of Hartford

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Click here to see percentage change in population, income and employment over 10 year intervals.


General notes and credits: These data were compiled by Citizen’s Research Education Network, Hartford, CT and Kathryn Pettit of the Urban Institute, Washington D.C. It contains demographic data from CensusCD Neighborhood Change Database (NCDB) created by GeoLytics, E. Brunswick, N.J. and the Urban Institute with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation, 2003, and from the U. S. Census Bureau.

The Neighborhood Change Database (NCDB) is based on the decennial censuses With 1970, 1980 and 1990 values standardized to 2000 tract boundaries. Notes on Neighborhood Definitions are available.

Additional Data: Additional demographic data can be found at HartfordInfo.org. HartfordInfo.org, a program of the Hartford Public Library and the Hartford Community Data Collaborative, is a gateway to information and data about Hartford and the region.

| Last update: September 25, 2012 |
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