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Welcome to the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute's data portal. See below to explore facts about the Charlotte region from among 11 topic areas, compare your county to the metro region and the state, and explore in-depth data from our partner organizations.
EXPLORE DATA BY SELECTING FROM ONE OF ELEVEN TOPICS
Environmental Stewardship is central to a number of CONNECT’s core values, but is particularly important to "a safe and healthy environment" and "sustainable, well-managed growth". The Charlotte region’s air quality is a leading indicator of public health and is directly related to choices about land use and transportation. The number of LEED-certified buildings has emerged as an important measure of sustainable, well-managed growth.
Maps of student scores reveal patterns of high achievement in northern and southern parts of Mecklenburg County and a more complex mix of high and low scoring schools within Charlotte. (Photo: Nancy Pierce)
The new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Quality of Life Dashboard gives information on a variety of neighborhood conditions, providing some of the most extensive neighborhood-level information available in the United States.
Charter school students make up less than 6 percent of Mecklenburg’s public school student population. However, the county leads the state in the number of students attending charter schools. Interactive maps show where schools are and how they compare to each other.