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Population & Household Characteristics: 2010 Census Information
Population Shifts: 2000-2010 Census
Central city falling between 30% and 50%
2000-2010: 50%- 99.6% decrease in population of
children under 18 years of age
2000-2010: 35%-49.9% decrease in population
Central City falling between 15% and 22%
Educational Attainment and Career Information
2010 Census: Professions
23.8% Accommodation & Food Services
12.2% Health Care & Social Assistance
11.3% Retail Trade
8.6% Educational Services
7.2% Administration & Support, Waste Management and Remediation
What is GIS?
A geographic information system (GIS) integrates data for
geographically referenced information.
allows us to
in ways that
and patterns in the form of
, reports, and charts.
Change In Number of Active Addresses
June 2010-2012: 400+ changes
Percentage of households with annual income under $10,000
Sarah Yancey, MPH
Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
Department of Global Community Health & Behavioral Sciences
Work commute Times
<30 mins. 71.2%
30-44 mins. 19.1%
45-59 mins. 3.9%
60+ mins. 5.7%
Distance to work?
Method of transportation?
Other Factors: Construction, Traffic Accidents, Flooding etc.
2006-2010 Census Information
are available for stakeholders and residents?
census data, geographic data, crime statistics etc.
could support the initiatives?
Where are there gaps in communication or
What can be done to improve
data collection & dissemination
Community Development Initiatives
Central City Statistical Area Report. GNOCDC. (United States Census, 2010). http://www.gnocdc.org/NeighborhoodData/2/CentralCity/index.html
Neighborhood Growth Rates: Growth in New Orleans neighborhoods continues in 2012. GNOCDC. http://www.gnocdc.org/NeighborhoodGrowthRates/index.html