Parks for All Californians

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Welcome to Community FactFinder, 2020 Edition. FactFinder analyzes demographics and park acres within a half mile of a point you define.

You can choose the point by:

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  1. typing in a project address, city, county, latitude,longitude, or
  2. with the blue "pin" button selected, clicking anywhere on the map to define a project location and automatically zoom to that site.

Once the analysis is completed, you can choose "GET REPORT" to generate a pdf report on your site.

Fact Finder uses primarily 2014-2018 American Community Survey block group estimates data for demographics with supplemental information from Census 2010 in rural areas. Parks and open space data are originally from the California Protected Areas Database 2020a (CPAD - learn more at with minor adjustments. Park and open space updates are made periodically. Updates can be reported to

Find Your Community:

 Click the pin, then click a location on the map.

OR enter an address below and click Go!

Street View

 Park or Preserved Area

 Disadvantaged Community

 Severely Disadvantaged Community

 No Data

Disclaimer and methods

Parks/public open space with open public access. Based on CPAD2014a.
Severely disadvantaged: MHHI is less than $42,737
Disadvantaged: MHHI $42,737 - $56,982
No data: no MHHI unavailable
Total count of people
Population under 18
Population 65+
The income distribution into two equal groups, one having incomes above the median, and other having incomes below the median
The mean income computed for every man, woman, and child. It is derived by dividing the total income of a particular group by the total population
The count of people living in households that are below the poverty threshold
Homes with no car kept at home and available for the use of household members
Park or open space acres (CPAD)
Parks per 1000 people = (park acres) / (population)*1,000