BRFSS 500 Cities Project
These high-quality, small-area epidemiologic data can be used both by individual cities and groups of cities, as well as other stakeholders, to help develop and implement effective and targeted prevention activities; identify emerging health problems; and establish and monitor key health objectives. For example, city planners and elected officials may want to use these data to target neighborhoods with high rates of smoking or other health risk behaviors for effective interventions.
Click on the three links below to explore measures throughout Cleveland's census tracts.
Keep reading to see how Cleveland compares to other cities in Ohio. Note that data may be unavailable for some measures/localities.
Compare Cleveland to another Ohio city:
This chart shows the percentage rates for 13 health outcomes.
For more information on the methodology for these measures, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's webpage.