Opportunity mapping is a way to look at neighborhood resources such as school performance, poverty concentration, safety and more (see all the measures here). Mapping can help guide community investments and help people in historically disenfranchised groups connect to areas that are thriving.

Data by census tract is available here. To learn more about opportunity mapping and access .pdf versions of the map, click here.

Search by address to view racial density and opportunity index.

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Racial dot density

Town boundaries

Opportunity Index

Data: Opportunity Index 2014 and methods compiled by Open Communities Alliance as a joint project with the Kirwan Institute and the CT Fair Housing Center. Race dot density and census tracts from UConn MAGIC.
Opportunity Map open-source code by DataViz at Trinity College, based on Searchable Map Template by Derek Eder