Featured data stories
Toxic Release Inventory
TRI is an EPA program that tracks the management of toxic chemicals that pose a threat to human health and the environment. Use the dashboard to learn which facilities in your community release TRI listed chemicals.
This dashboard uses Federal Election Commision data to visualize 2016 presidential election campaign contributions by Washington city residents. Take a look to find out which campaign people in your city are contributing to.
Your City Snapshot
AWC’s new interactive tool uses US Census data to profile your city’s economic condition, demographic breakdown, housing stock, and more. We’ll keep adding new data points so check back often.
Our latest data visualization compares health indicators such as smoking, obesity, infant mortality, HIV prevalence, and teenage birth rates across Washington's counties.
Together with the state, counties, service providers and community partners, cities are working on strategies to address homelessness. This story map explores just a few aspects of the issue and highlights some of the work being done to address it.
This map uses Washington Liquor Control Board data to show the locations and sales activity for recreational marijuana vendors. It also summarizes the data showing marijuana sales dollars and tax contributions by city.
State funding helps cities repair and improve aging stormwater infrastructure, keeping our rivers, lakes, and oceans clean and safe. Use this map to explore stormwater projects being funded in 2016.
Use our interactive elections map to see who won local city council and mayoral elections. Please note that election results are not finalized and should be considered preliminary until certified.
According to the most recent Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs data, in 2014 there were an average of 12,618 inmates held each day across the 56 local jails (county, city or tribal) in Washington.