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PUMA 4007

PUMA 4007

Brownsville & Ocean Hill

Approx. Brooklyn CD 16

Demographic Conditions
Household Economic Security
Housing Affordability, Quality, and Security
Housing Production
Quality of Life and Access to Opportunity
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Brownsville & Ocean Hill
PUMA 4007 - Approx. Brooklyn CD 16

Quality of Life and Access to Opportunity: Brownsville & Ocean Hill

Health Outcomes - Self-reported Health Among Survey Respondents

Table 5.01.T

NYC COMMUNITY HEALTH SURVEY, 2019-2020

datapercent
Good, Very Good, or Excellent health73.7%

Health Outcomes - Diabetes Prevalence Among Survey Respondents

Table 5.02.T

NYC COMMUNITY HEALTH SURVEY, 2019-2020

datapercent
Diagnosed with diabetes15.2%

Health Outcomes - Premature Mortality (Rate Per 100,000 Residents)

Table 5.03.T

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2000-2004

datanumber
Deaths before 65 years465.8

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2010-2014

datanumber
Deaths before 65 years360.7

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2016-2020

datanumber
Deaths before 65 years405.8

CHANGE, 2010-2014 to 2016-2020

datanumberpercent
Deaths before 65 years45.012.5%

Health Outcomes - Infant Mortality (Rate Per 1,000 Live Births)

Table 5.04.T

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2000-2004

datanumber
Deaths before 1 year11.2

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2010-2014

datanumber
Deaths before 1 year6.4

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2016-2020

datanumber
Deaths before 1 year6.4

CHANGE, 2010-2014 to 2016-2020

datanumberpercent
Deaths before 1 year0.0-0.6%

Health Outcomes - Overdose Deaths (Rate Per 100,000 Residents)

Table 5.05.T

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2000-2004

datanumber
Drug-related overdose deaths-

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2010-2014

datanumber
Drug-related overdose deaths20.2

NYC VITAL STATISTICS, 2016-2020

datanumber
Drug-related overdose deaths31.9

CHANGE, 2010-2014 to 2016-2020

datanumberpercent
Drug-related overdose deaths12.058.1%

Health Outcomes - COVID-19 Deaths (Rate Per 100,000 Residents)

Table 5.06.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, 2022

datanumber
COVID-19 deaths between 2020 and February 2022409.4

Health Outcomes - Heat Vulnerability Index

Table 5.07.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, 2021

datascore 1-5
Heat Vulnerability Index (1=Low)5

Access to Jobs

Table 5.08.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING, 2021

datanumber
estimate
Total jobs within 30 minutes57,546

Access to Transit

Table 5.09.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING, 2021

datanumber
estimate
Residents living within 1/4 mile of Select Bus Station or subway station51.5%
Residents living within 1/4 mile of ADA accessible subway stations0.0%

Commute

Table 5.10.T

ACS PUMS, 2008-2012

datanumberpercent
Total workers 16 years and over40,270100.0%
Drove or carpooled to work9,03422.4%

ACS PUMS, 2017-2021

datanumberpercent
Total workers 16 years and over44,265100.0%
Drove or carpooled to work8,22618.6%

CHANGE, 2008-2012 to 2017-2021

datanumberpercentpctg. pt.
Total workers 16 years and over3,9959.9%0.0
Drove or carpooled to work-808-8.9%-3.8

Education Access - Access To Broadband Internet At Home

Table 5.11.T

ACS PUMS, 2017-2021

datanumberpercent
Total households47,718100.0%
With a computer30,75964.5%
With a broadband internet subscription30,40563.7%

Educational Outcomes - Subject Test Proficiency (Tested Student Population, 3rd-8th Grade)

Table 5.12.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, 2018

datapercent
English Language Arts proficient36.4%
Math proficient33.8%

Educational Outcomes - High School Graduation Rate (Students Entering 9th Grade In 2014)

Table 5.13.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, 2018

datapercent
Students graduating high school by 2018 (local or Regents diploma)64.4%

Open Space - Park Access

Table 5.14.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION, 2021

datanumberpercent
estimateestimate
Residents within walking distance of a park132,82699.0%

Public Safety - Traffic Injuries (Rate Per 100 Street Miles)

Table 5.15.T

NYC VISION ZERO VIEW, 2010-2014

datanumber
Total injuries1,447.6
Pedestrian injuries310.1
Cyclist injuries94.2
Motorist injuries1,043.3

NYC VISION ZERO VIEW, 2016-2020

datanumber
Total injuries1,552.7
Pedestrian injuries287.9
Cyclist injuries99.5
Motorist injuries1,165.3

CHANGE, 2010-2014 to 2016-2020

datanumberpercent
Total injuries105.07.3%
Pedestrian injuries-22.0-7.2%
Cyclist injuries5.05.6%
Motorist injuries122.011.7%

Public Safety - Traffic Fatalities (Rate Per 100 Street Miles)

Table 5.16.T

NYC VISION ZERO VIEW, 2010-2014

datanumber
Total fatalities3.5

NYC VISION ZERO VIEW, 2016-2020

datanumber
Total fatalities5.6

CHANGE, 2010-2014 to 2016-2020

datanumberpercent
Total fatalities2.057.3%

Public Safety - Pedestrian Injury Hospitalizations (Rate Per 100,000 Residents)

Table 5.17.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, 2019

datanumber
Total pedestrian hospitalizations37.0

Public Safety - Non-Fatal Assault Hospitalizations (Rate Per 100,000 Residents)

Table 5.18.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, 2019

datanumber
Total non-fatal assault hospitalizations105.2