Demography & Maps
Greater New Orleans Community Data Center
The goal of the Greater New Orleans Community Data Center (GNOCDC) is to expand the ability of the local nonprofit community by providing access to local statistical information. The purpose of this information is to aid nonprofit organizations with decision-making and grant writing. GNOCDC generates a web site that is freely available, and provides indicators at the neighborhood and parish levels for the Greater New Orleans area. Statistics are broken down into categories covering demographics, housing, education, health, poverty and more. Sources include the U.S. Census, state government agencies, Medicaid, Kids Count, the FBI and a local health asset inventory. Each of the 73 New Orleans neighborhoods has corresponding maps detailing census tract, street, and zip code boundaries, as well as a 1-5 page written ‘snapshot’ of the area’s history, people, programs and buildings, complete with photographs.
The Louisiana Demographics Census Data Center provides easy to states demographic and social and economic information.
Greater New Orleans Inc. (GNO, INC.)
The GNO Inc. Data Center provides vital statistics to help you in your decision making. GNO, Inc. researchers have compiled information on a variety of traditional economic development indicators relating to: demographics, workforce, businesses in the region, real estate, quality of life, taxes, utilities and more.