Library Research Databases
Find statistics on diverse topics from over 18,000 sources.
Statistical tables from state, federal and international organizations.
Los Angeles Times Mapping LA Project
This regional view is your portal to individual maps and statistics for 158 cities and unincorporated places and 114 neighborhoods within the city of Los Angeles.
Interactive demographic maps
California Official Sources
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- California Statistical Abstract
Compilation of data on social, economic, and physical aspects of the State published by the Department of Finance.
- Labor Market Information, State Employment Development Dept
Detailed labor market information, including data by business and industry, data by occupations, and local area profile of a particular area within California.
- Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Offender Information Reports
- Department of Education
Data and statistics collected from California schools.
- Department of Finance
Includes state budget.
- Department of Public Health
Includes: vital statistics, marriage data, communicable disease data, H1N1 Inluenza, HIV/AIDS and other related topics.
- Research and Data Reports: Dept. of Social Services
Reports and statistics on various social service programs including CalWorks, food stamps, various childrens' programs (adoption, child welfare caseloads, demographics, etc.), community care licensing, disability and adult programs, etc.
- Employment Development Department
Labor market statistics.
- Office of the Attorney General, Crime Data
Includes link to the Criminal Justice Statistics Center.
US Federal Agency Sources
US Census Sources
Interactive database that provides quick access to Census statistics about population, housing, industry, and business.
Also check state and national sources for Los Angeles-specific statistics. For example, the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics provides current umemployment and related estimates for the LA area.