Brooklyn Neighborhood Reports

 

In January 2012, we published the first-ever Brooklyn Neighborhood Reports. The reports—more than 600 pages in all—present comprehensive civic data profiles of Brooklyn’s 18 Community Districts, as well a Brooklyn-wide report, in a way that’s never been done before. With critical information from the U.S. Census and other sources, each report covers nine theme areas and explores over 90 indicators of civic health.

View and download the complete Brooklyn Neighborhood Reports

The reports feature concise, easy-to-read graphs and maps of neighborhood-level data for Demographics, Youth & Education, Economy, Housing, Environment, Health, Public Safety, Arts & Culture, and Civic Engagement—to illustrate, for example, educational attainment; employment and income; housing affordability; environmental, health, and public safety conditions; access to arts and culture; and how civically engaged residents are, in Brooklyn’s Community Districts.

Brooklyn Neighborhood Reports

  • Community District 5 
    (City Line, Cypress Hills, East New York, Highland Park, New Lots, Spring Creek, Starrett City)