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Data Resources for Oregon HIAs

Oregon Environmental Public Health Tracking (Oregon EPHT): Oregon EPHT collects data and information about environmental hazards, exposures, and health outcomes. Currently, the website has a searchable database with data on air and water quality, childhood blood lead, asthma and heart attack hospitalizations, and birth outcomes.


Oregon Rural Communities Explorer:  An excellent “one-stop shop” for finding data on local communities in Oregon. The Oregon Explorer allows you to choose a geographic area (down to census tract level), and provides recent data on demographic, social, economic, health and environment indicators. This website is easy to navigate, and provides information that might be most useful in the screening and assessment steps.


University of Oregon GIS Resources: A repository of GIS Resources in Oregon, including maps and shape files. Also links to county, city, and regional governments, many of which provide interactive maps and shape files related to land use and zoning.



Directory of Local Health Departments: This directory provides links to contact information and websites for county health departments in Oregon. 


Oregon Center for Health Statistics: A repository for data reports on Oregon vital statistics, as well as publications on health in special populations and topics.


Portland State University Population Research Center: The Population Research Center produces an annual report on population statistics and projections for Oregon, enrollment projections for school districts, and other demographic information for Oregon.


Community Health Priorities: A clearinghouse for health data in Oregon.


The Data for Local Communities project aims to gather in one place the highest quality web-based information about cities, counties, natural areas, and other regions in Washington and Oregon. This resource is intended to support the work and interests of the local governments, educators, students, business people, researchers, libraries, and citizens of the Pacific Northwest.


University of Oregon Oregon Data Bank
This page provides access to selected statistical data and other information sources about the state and its communities.