AIDS Incidence (24k, updated 8/7/02)
The number of reported cases and the rates per 100,000 population for the counties in the MARC region (pdf).
Births and Deaths
An important building block in the production of population estimates is found in administrative records of births and deaths. An increase or decrease in either one or both indicators must be examined to determine a trend or an aberration.
To facilitate use of these data sets, they have been divided by geographic levels:
States and Counties (235k, updated 05/15/12) - includes selected characteristics for Kansas and Missouri, the 17 counties in the Kansas City-Overland Park-Kansas City CSA and Douglas County, KS through 2009 (Missouri side) and 2010 (Kansas side), with some data going back to 1911.
Selected Cities (80k, updated 03/25/09) - includes the 57 largest cities in the CSA, most starting in 1980 and continuing through 2007.
ZIP Codes (905k, updated 03/26/09) - includes all the ZIP codes in the CSA from 1980 through 2007.
Crime (510k, updated 12/01/10)
Crimes and arrests reported by county and city in the Kansas City CSA and Douglas County. Most data sets start in 1983 and continue through 2009.
Crime by MSA in the Peer Metros (217k, updated 12/01/10)
Crimes reported by Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and principal cities within the areas starting in 2000 through 2009.
Demographic Highlights, 2009 (219k, updated 08/20/10)
2009 total population, households, families, population by race, population by age, median age, median household income, and median age of householder for all counties, census tracts and zip codes in the Kansas City MSA. Also available: 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008.
Data on Earned Income (EITC), Child and Dependent Care (CDCC) Credits, Refund Anticipation Loans and other Federal Individual Income Tax Returns by State, County, City and ZIP Codes, and by Peer Metros are available on the Economy page.
Health Insurance Coverage Estimates (426k, updated 01/11/13)
US Census Bureau's Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) of people with and without health insurance. These experimental measures area available for several years between 2000 and 2011, but are inherently different from year to year because they are part of an ongoing program that revises and improves the measurements.
The Mid America Assistance Coalition's (MAAC) Annual Statistical Report. MAAC's reports for 2004 and 2003 are also available. MAAC's mission is to strengthen social service agencies in serving their constituents through information systems, training, and advocacy. MAACLink is an innovative software system designed for novices and intended to meet the needs of users short of resources, while maintaining strict data standards and extensive reporting requirements. Updated: February 12, 2007.
Poverty Estimates (276k, updated 12/01/11)
US Census Bureau estimates of people in poverty, food stamp recipients, and median household income from the decennial censuses, the annual Current Population Survey, and the annual American Community Survey. Estimates are for Kansas and Missouri, the counties in the Kansas City MSA and CSA, and Douglas County, KS, from 1989 through 2010.
Poverty Estimates by School District (233k, updated 12/01/11)
US Census Bureau estimates of children in poverty since 1995 through 2009 by school district.
School District Enrollment and Free and Reduced Meals (196k, updated 03/30/12)
Students enrolled and students receiving free or reduced cost meals by school district in the Kansas City CSA and Douglas County, KS, from 1992 through 2011.
School Districts' Finances (1.55MB, updated 04/05/13)
Finances of public elementary and secondary school districts in the Kansas City CSA and Douglas County, KS, from 1992 through 2011. Data include enrollment, per pupil expenditure, source of revenue, operating and capital expenses and more.
Traffic Accidents (118k, updated 11/15/07)
Traffic accidents and fatalities, including alcohol related incidents, for all counties and most cities in the Kansas City MSA, from 1980 through 2006.