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Information About NJSHAD Small Area Data

Local Data
County-level data are available through NJSHAD in Community Profiles, some Indicator Reports, and all Dataset Queries, except PRAMS.

Eligible Metropolitan Area, Transitional Grant Area, and Part B Region-level data are available in the HIV dataset query. (area/region info)

Municipality-level data are available in Dataset Queries for the following datasets:
"Select geographic area of residence" is one of the last query builder steps and that is where the county/municipality/area filter is.
Choose "Geographic Area" in the final step: "How to Display the Data" to see data listed by county/municipality/area.

Age-adjusted death rates are available for municipalities with over 65,000 residents.

external link icon City Health Dashboard contains data for dozens of key measures for more than 80 NJ municipalities. Data are available at the Census tract level for some measures. Type "NJ" in their search bar to see which municipalities are included.

external link icon U.S. Small-area Life Expectancy Estimates Project (USALEEP)'s interactive map shows estimates of U.S. life expectancy at birth by state and census tract.

external link icon U.S. Small-area Life Expectancy Estimates Project (USALEEP)'s interactive site allows users to enter an address or zip code and get average life expectancy for that neighborhood compared to its county, state, and the U.S.

external link icon Healthy Community Planning-NJ provides health and environmental data for all NJ municipalities.

external link icon Links to all local health department websites, contact info, and areas served.
Municipalities with 65,000+ Residents
  1. Bayonne
  2. Brick
  3. Camden
  4. Cherry Hill
  5. Clifton
  6. East Orange
  7. Edison
  8. Elizabeth
  9. Franklin Twp (Somerset County)
  10. Gloucester Twp (Camden County)
  11. Hamilton Twp (Mercer County)
  12. Jersey City
  13. Lakewood
  14. Middletown
  15. Newark
  16. Old Bridge
  17. Passaic
  18. Paterson
  19. Toms River
  20. Trenton
  21. Union City
  22. Woodbridge
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