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Download Health Profile Reports for Cities and Communities

Health profile reports for Los Angeles County cities and unincorporated Census designated places (communities) profiled in the City and Community Health Profiles series are available for download in PDF format on this page.

To download and visualize CCHP data, visit the County of Los Angeles Open Data Portal. Users can select a city or community featured in the CCHP series to see data for each health indicator, and they can also review, explore, and compare health indicator data across cities and communities. To learn more about creating visualizations, see this brief guide on how to use the Visualization Canvas.

**To view an interactive map of the City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles City Council Districts, see this map of the City of Los Angeles.

CCHP data can be used by health professionals, researchers, community organizations, and policymakers to better understand the health of LA County residents and to improve their health and well-being.

*Reports for these cities are forthcoming.

Note, the following errors have been identified in the City and Community Health Profiles reports:

  • On page 16 of the report, the figure depicting alcohol outlet density was labeled as Alcohol Outlets (Per 100,000 Population) instead of Alcohol Outlets (Per 10,000). Figure label was corrected, and the updated reports were uploaded to this page on 7/26/18.

  • In the profile for East Los Angeles, the number of public libraries was originally reported as 3. The correct number is 4. The profile for East Los Angeles was corrected accordingly, and the updated report was uploaded to this page on 8/10/18.

  • An error was identified in the source file used for the "Percentage of Public School Third Graders Who Are Meeting or Exceeding California Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy" and the "Estimated Percentage of Eligible Public School Students for Californias Free or Reduced Price Meal Program" indicators. The necessary corrections to the data were made, and the updated reports were uploaded to this page on 10/16/18.

Public Health has made reasonable efforts to provide accurate translation. However, no computerized translation is perfect and is not intended to replace traditional translation methods. If questions arise concerning the accuracy of the information, please refer to the English edition of the website, which is the official version.

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