PolicyMap at NNPHI


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PolicyMap presented at the National Institute for Public Health and the National Network of Public Health Institutes; these are the slides used.

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PolicyMap at NNPHI

  1. 1. May 2013
  2. 2. Online Data and Mapping Platform• Contains over 15,000 geographic indicators• Sources are both public and proprietary as welluser uploads• Continually updated by a team of data analysts atTRF• Made available through the online toolwww.policymap.com; through a Data API andthrough “widgets”2
  3. 3. DataDemographics • Education • Incomes •Unemployment Rates • Jobs • Wages • PoliticalBoundaries • Crime • School Districts • SchoolPerformance • Vacancy • Home Sales • HousingBurdens • Mortgages • Housing Investments • TaxReturns • Transit Access • Food Access • Obesity •Uninsured Populations • Government Designations •www.policymap.com/our-data.html3
  4. 4. Data4Data is:• Public - Census, ACS, FBI, IRS, HMDA, BLS, CDC,USDA, HUD…• Proprietary- home sale, school performance andtransit data• Secure – data loaded by users (generallyorganizational or local data)• Available for the nation at smallest geographypossible, preferably block group or census tract oraddress.
  5. 5. PolicyMap• We built PolicyMap first as a tool to help TRF andits own clients better understand their ownmarkets.• We opened it up to the public and created a self-sustaining business model for the online tool thatallows users to access part of what is available forfree and additional data/tools with a subscription.5
  6. 6. Who Uses PolicyMap?• Financial institutions (CDFIs and Banks)• Federal agencies such as the Federal Reserve, HUD andthe EDA• State Housing Finance Agencies• Local governments – particularly housing agencies• Community development organizations (and thefoundations that support them)• Real estate industry• Universities/students• Consultants6
  7. 7. Why do they use PolicyMap?• Visualize where they have made investments orloans or grants; understand what those marketslook like and how they are changing.• Strategically think about where they need to makeinvestments in the future based on marketconditions, need or government programrequirements.• Obtain data for reporting or grant applicationrequirements.• General neighborhood research.7
  8. 8. Why Relevant for Today’s Discussion?• PolicyMap could be an additional data resource forshowing other potential partners/resources in ageographic area: Government designations like CRA or NMTC eligibilitycould mean partnerships with financial institutions; Government designations like CDBG eligible tracts orhigh NSP3 scores could mean available localgovernment dollars for housing; Health resources such as retail based health clinics; Neighborhood anchors such as schools, libraries, non-profit organizations.8
  9. 9. National9
  10. 10. Hamilton County10
  11. 11. Hospitals11
  12. 12. CRA Eligibility12
  13. 13. New Market Tax Credit Eligibility13
  14. 14. CDBG Eligibility14
  15. 15. Foreclosure Need Score15
  16. 16. Christ Hospital16
  17. 17. And Health Centers, Schools andLibraries17
  18. 18. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital18
  19. 19. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital19
  20. 20. 1 Mile Radius around20
  21. 21. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital21
  22. 22. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital22
  23. 23. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital23
  24. 24. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital24
  25. 25. 1 Mile Radius Around Hospital25
  26. 26. CDBG Eligible and High NSP26