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San Jose

These profiles contain data on demographics, socioeconomic status, the built environment, safety and violence, and health status for each of the cities and small areas/neighborhoods in San Jose. Small area/neighborhood names and boundaries were defined to better enable reporting data for smaller populations within cities, while being as consistent as possible with pre-existing neighborhoods. In some cases, small areas contain multiple pre-existing neighborhoods and in other cases large pre-existing neighborhoods were split into two or more small areas. In either case, neighborhood names were incorporated into the name of the small area in which they are contained. These profiles will be updated annually.  ​ 

San Jose City Profile

San Jose Small Area/Neighborhood Profiles:

Almaden Valley ​Alum Rock ​Alum Rock / East Foothills
​Berryessa Blossom Valley Branham / Pearl
​Brookwood Terrace Calabazas Cambrian Park East
Cambrian Park East Central Cambrian Park West Cambrian Park West Central
​Canoas East Capital Goss Communications Hill
Coyote Valley Edenvale / Great Oaks Edenvale / Seven Trees
Evergreen Central ​Evergreen East Evergreen North
Foxdale Guadalupe / Washington Hayes / Tradewinds
​Mayfair ​North San Jose ​North Willow Glen / Gardner
Parkview / Vista Park Rose Garden San Jose - Downtown
San Jose - East Foothills​ San Jose - East Valley San Jose - East Valley / 680
San Jose - North Valley ​San Jose - North Side San Jose - University
San Tomas - North ​Santa Teresa Silver Creek / Basking Ridge
​South Almaden Valley Spartan Keys / Monterey Corridor Tropicana
​Tully King Tully Ocala ​Tully Santee
​West Evergreen ​West San Carlos / Burbank ​West San Jose
Willow Glen​ ​Willow Glen South Winchester North

    

 

 
 
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