MKE Indicators | Data, Resources, Archives

Map Data

Population

 

Health

 

  • Housing Units Built Prior to 1950  Percent of housing units built prior to 1950
  • Asthma  Asthma prevalence* among adults ages 18 and over
  • Obesity  Obesity prevalence* among adults ages 18 and over
  • Mental Health  Prevalence* of adults ages 18 and over who reported mental
    health was not good for 14 or more days
  • Visits to Dentist or Dental Clinic  Prevalence* of adults ages 18 and over who reported visiting a
    dentist or dental clinic in the last year
  • A note about the data: For the 500 Cities Data, the Center for Disease Control used a multi-level statistical modeling technique to produce small area estimations (SAE). Small area estimations use supplemental data when the sample size of a  small geographical area is too small to generate accurate estimates. Specifically, CDC used a peer-reviewed multi-level regression and postratification (MRP) approach that links geo-coded health surveys and high spatial resolution population demographic and socioeconomic data. Additional information about the methodology can be found on the website

Market Value

 

Equity & Value

 

Indicator Resources

Data You Can Use, in collaboration with the Community Development Alliance, is pleased to release this first round of indicator maps for Milwaukee’s neighborhoods. These indicators are intended to help community members, planners, policy makers, and neighborhood organizations to plan, document and explore key pieces of information about their neighborhoods. The indicators have been chosen based on a review of best practice, their importance, and interest to users. Selection followed some defined principles. (Indicator Principles)

In 2013, the city released a map stemming from a market value analysis and including indicators of important market conditions. This project builds on that work but expands beyond physical structures to include other important aspects of a neighborhood. Here we release initial population indicators and measures of equity and access ( MKE Indicators – Status). This is a work in progress and will be expanded to include interactive maps. and additional categories.

Let us know what you think!

We value your opinion. If you have questions or suggestions about the MKE Indicators project, please contact us at [email protected]

Data You Can Use will offer a series of data workshops using a step-by-step tutorial on how to use the maps and data of the MKE Indicators.  Participants will be able to interact with the maps and data in a way that is user-friendly, informative, and practical. Workshops are designed for beginner/intermediate data users and will feature a supportive hands-on learning approach. Participants will build an understanding of the data and how it can be used to guide their own neighborhood strategies. A certificate of completion will be given to users who complete all four workshops. To learn more about these workshops, please email us at: [email protected]org