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New York City Community Health Profiles

New Data

The interactive online Community Health Profiles have been updated.

The profiles are no longer available in PDF format, but you can download a custom PDF using the instructions below. Older versions of the profiles are archived at the bottom of this page.

The New York City Community Health Profiles capture the health of 59 community districts across the city. They contain over 50 measures of neighborhood health, emphasizing that our health starts where we live, work and play.

With these profiles, you can learn more about your neighborhood and compare it to other communities in NYC. For example, you can choose your neighborhood and find out how many streets have bike lanes or what percentage of adults have diabetes.

You can use this information to advocate for improving and investing in the health of your community.

Using the Community Health Profiles

To enter the profiles, select a community from the drop-down menu, then click on any chapter link. A “Warning” error may appear. Click the “X” to close the warning box and keep viewing the profiles.

Explore and Compare

  • Use the blue boxes across the top of the page to navigate to other topics.
  • Use the drop-down menus to look at a different community, a comparison community or the community with the most favorable rate.
  • Use the sub-headings to navigate within each topic.

Download a PDF

  • You can download a profile for just one neighborhood, with the addition of a comparison community, or with the community with the most favorable rate.
  • Click on the printer icon at the bottom right of each page. A dialogue box will pop up.
  • To print the current page, choose “This View.”
  • To print the entire profile, choose “Specific sheets from this workbook,” then “Select All.”
  • If you need assistance, email

Additional Resources

Community Health Profile Archives