Click on your neighborhood in the map above to access 2014 Census data about a neighborhood in New Haven, or download our PDF document of 2014 neighborhood estimates for additional indicators. Click on "Visible Layers" on the map to view poverty rate, child poverty rate, or homeownership rate by neighborhood.
The estimates in the 2014 neighborhood profiles are derived from Census 2014 5-year American Community Survey data (the latest available as of 2016), and are only available at a neighborhood level through DataHaven.
In partnership with DataHaven, neighborhood boundaries were updated by the City of New Haven City Plan Department for the purposes of developing the city's comprehensive plan in 2012, and do not correspond exactly to Census Tracts or Block Groups in all cases. Because of improvements in how we obtain Census data for small areas, some data elements in our 2014 neighborhood profiles are not directly comparable to those used in our 2010 neighborhood profiles. Please note that there are no estimates for Long Wharf because the area is considered to be a commercial area with zero population. There are a dozen or so residents living along the boundary line with the Hill neighborhood, and they are automatically added to the Hill neighborhood estimate.
Census Tract and neighborhood-level data from the American Community Survey are subject to high margins of error. Please compare and use with great caution. Please contact DataHaven for additional information.