Discover how your neighborhood compares to others with our growing suite of data visualizations.
Eligibility of SLC students for free and reduced lunch, by home address
Welcome to the Utah Community Data Project
An online system of community-level demographic, housing, and socioeconomic data, indicators, and profiles.
The Utah Community Data Project collects, stores and disseminates a growing selection of demographic, socioeconomic and other data about Utah. We are housed at the Bureau of Economic and Business Research in the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business. UCDP provides data on the state’s counties, political districts, cities and towns, and neighborhoods. It is available to everyone, from everyday people to small businesses to policymakers. Our goal is to democratize data to foster sound policy and strong communities.
UCDP is a partner in A Capital City Education: Cultivating a College, Career, and Civic-Ready Environment in Salt Lake City; A “Multisector, Citywide Collaboration Focused on Education Pathways.”
Salt Lake City has long been the central location of Utah’s major religious, cultural, commercial, financial, medical, and educational institutions. Every day, people come to the city to work, conduct business, attend school, worship, shop, play, or visit. The residential, or nighttime, population is about half that of the daytime, and the two populations have contrasting demographic and socioeconomic characteristics.
The Housing & Opportunity Assessment tool provides new demographic and economic information for every city and county along the Wasatch Front.