Data-by-Topic: Economic & Community Development Resources
- Business New Haven -
Data and links on almost every aspect od business in the City of New Haven.
- Economic Policy Institute -
Extensive data and analysis of economic trends at the national and regional level.
- CenterEdge Project -
CenterEdge is a project to build a broad coalition to educate as many people as possible about disparities created by a long-term pattern of development in each metropolitan area of Connecticut.
- CT Department of Economic and Community Development. -
Provides extensive economic information
- CT Department of Labor. June Report. -
Employment by industry by town, 1993-2001
- Office of Policy and Management - Equalized Net Grand List -
Municiapl Net Equalized Grand List data from the State
- Connecticut Office of Policy and Management- Municipal Data -
The Office of Policy and Management provides information and analysis that the Governor uses to formulate public policy goals for the State and assists State agencies and municipalities in implementing policy decisions on behalf of the people of Connecticut. Provides CT Municipal Data, as well as a list of hyperlinks that direct you to general data resources and databases developed, managed or used by the Office of Policy and Management.
- New Haven Housing Resource Information Clearinghouse -
An interactive tool designed to reduce homelessness by sharing information about housing resources and related services in the greater New Haven area.
- South Central Regional Council of Governments -
The South Central Connecticut Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG) brings together local governments to coordinate land use and transportation planning.
- Dataplace -
This is an incredible, userfriendly source for accessing and mapping Census and other community data
- Connecticut Metropatterns -
A report commissioned by the Centeredge project that analyzes the relationship between land use, real estate taxes, education, and socioeconomic status in Connecticut. Interactive maps of the data are available on the web site
If you know of other resources that you think would be of interest to others in the community, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be considered for adding to this page. The DataHaven Development Team reserves the final right to determine the appropriateness of resources to be added.
Join the DataHaven Team:
If you are interested in helping on this project and advising on how DataHaven can be developed as a resource for understanding the community issues, or if you have any comments/suggestions, please e-mail us.