The 12th District County Profiles provide valuable information on the various labor-market, housing, and economic development issues impacting communities throughout the nine western states.
Since the beginning of the foreclosure crisis, the Community Development Department has compiled data on state and metropolitan level housing market conditions as part of our effort to support the work of local and regional community partners. As the challenges related to economic recovery have evolved, so too have the data sets that are included in these presentations, which now include information on vital social and economic indicators.
Community Development Data Guidebook (pdf, 880 kb)
The Community Development Data Guidebook provides information on a variety of community development data resources, divided by topic area, along with a practical application of how to retrieve the data and suggestions on how to conduct appropriate analysis.
This page presents the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) ratings and Performance Evaluations of all banks regulated by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Each evaluation assesses an institution’s record of meeting the credit needs among local low- and moderate-income neighborhoods and may include multiple performance tests and an analysis of regional conditions. The information is searchable by state, county, and bank asset size.
As part of a new approach to our semiannual Vantage Point: 12th District Community Indicators project survey, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Development Department will be providing to our community respondents relevant demographic, housing, employment, education, and other data in the form of charts and graphs for a sample of cities, towns, and zip codes in their counties. We are beginning the pilot with a set of data graphs for each of twenty counties. The data graph collections for these pilot counties are now available to the public here on our website, with additional counties to follow as we expand this new approach to Vantage Point in 2015.