Demographic Data Links
Stay current with the latest demographic data and research
U.S. Census Bureau will release PL-94-171 data when available from the 2020 Census
PL-94-171 data from the 2010 Census
The Statewide database provides estimates of citizenship populations by race/ethnicity for each census block group and census tract.
California School Enrollment Information
California School District Enrollment Data
California Department of Education (CDE)
California Basic Educational Data System (CBEDS) public school enrollments for early October each year since 1981 can be downloaded from this website. Data typically are posted after April of the same school year. Enrollment data are available by grade for each district and for each individual school.
California Enrollment Forecasts
Department of Finance, Demographic Projections
Click on link “California Public K–12 Graded Enrollment Projections Table, 2016 Series.” California public K–12 graded enrollment and high school graduate projections by county — 2016 Series. Annual K-12 enrollment forecasts are produced for each California county.
California Birth Data
California Department of Public Health
Publications & Forms:
Links to CDPH Documents, Reports, Online Forms, Brochures, Fact Sheets, Guidelines (clinical, community, treatment), and Fiscal Reports.
Publications & Reports:
Publications and Reports from CDPH listed A to Z by title. This is not a complete listing. Please check back for new additions.
Statistical and data tables produced by the California Department of Public Health, including Birth Statistical Data Tables (County Data) and Birth Statistical Data Tables (Statewide Data).
Birth Profiles by Zip Code (only through 2012):
Profiles of live births, based on the mother’s residence at the time of delivery and include aggregates by Race/Ethnic Group of Mother, Age of Mother, Infant Birthweight, and Prenatal Care Trimester by ZIP Code.
California Department of Finance, Birth Projections
California’s Department of Finance provides projections of births by county, in a downloadable Excel table. Historical county data are available as well as the projections. The table also includes births by mother’s age group and race/ethnicity for the state.
California Department of Finance, Demographic Reports
This page contains demographic research and analysis extracted from the 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses, the American Community Survey, various years of the Current Population Survey, Annual Social and Economic Supplement, and migration (which describes movements within the same country or state) and immigration (which describes movements between countries).
U.S. Census Bureau
The Census Bureau publishes an annual report, “Fertility of American Women.” The Bureau is about two years behind, but has detailed analysis of birth rates by age of mother, ethnicity, birth order, and other variables.
California Housing Forecasts/Data
All cities and counties in California are required to have a General Plan and a Housing Element. These provide a housing forecast at build-out (or the end of the planning horizon).
Councils of Governments
AMBAG – Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments
ABAG – Association of Bay Area Governments
BCAG – Butte County Association of Governments
CVAG – Coachella Valley Association of Governments
FCOG – Fresno Council of Governments
Council of San Benito County Governments
KCAG – Kings County Association of Governments
Kern COG – Kern Council of Governments
League of California Cities
MCAG – Merced Country Association of Governments
SACOG – Sacramento Area Council of Governments
SANBAG – San Bernardino Associated Governments
SANDAG – San Diego Association of Governments
SBCAG – Santa Barbara County Association of Governments
SCAG – Southern California Association of Governments
SGVCOG – San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments
SJCOG – San Joaquin Council of Governments
SLOCOG – San Luis Obispo Council of Governments
STANCOG – Stanislaus Council of Governments
TCAG – Tulare County Association of Governments
WRCOG – Western Riverside Council of Governments
Ca Department of Finance, Demographic Estimates – E-1, E-4, E-5 and E-8 Reports
This agency provides annual housing counts, by type of housing unit, for cities, counties, and the state. Typically available in winter/spring for the previous calendar year.
National Association of Home Builders
This could be useful if you want to see the big picture about housing development. It also has links to state and some local websites.
The Censuses provide housing counts, by type of housing and age of housing (but not cross-tabulated), for Census tracts, cities, and counties for the Census year. Published Census tract reports are available in University libraries.
2010 American Factfinder: Click Here
Housing Turnover/Realtor MLS Data
Most local real estate associations provide data for home resales (those listed on the Multiple Listing Service). Some keep data for only the last 3 to 5 years.