SAVI provides access to national, state, and local information to offer the most comprehensive set of Central Indiana data available through a single source.
But we are much more than a clearinghouse. Our expert analysts transform and geocode data from dozens of sources to create powerful community metrics.
We have more data in our data warehouse than is available in all of our tools. If you are looking for something you cannot find, or need data in a different format, please contact us.
How SAVI Transforms Data Into Information
Our team of experts transformsand repurposes data originally collected for administrative operations to make them useful and meaningful for community planning and analysis. We geo-enable data to associate certain demographics with particular locations, tabulate information into meaningful indicators to reveal trends, and format the data to visualize geographic patterns.
In all, we provide more than 13,500 indicators (such as the percent of population in poverty) in categories like arts and culture, demographics, economy, education, crime, heath, housing, public assistance, transportation and mobility, and many more.
Indicators can be viewed for multiple community types, including county, township, school corporation, city, neighborhood, police jurisdiction, zip code, census tract, and census block group.
We also have information on 25,000 programs and services that address health and human service needs in Central Indiana, helping you better assess community needs and map service gaps.
Much of our data are available for the years 1988 to the present, allowing you to uncover changes over time.
The depth of our information offers you the opportunity for unparalleled precision to understand, report on and respond to the social realities in more than 2,000 Central Indiana Communities.
View the data sources used in SAVI below, or download our data overview.
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Location of banks
August 19, 2019
Locations of restaurants, groceries, and other food sellers
Locations of hospitals, clinics, mental health clinics
Locations of churches
Locations of libraries
United Way of Central Indiana, United Way of Madison County, United Way of Shelby County, United Way of Johnson County
Locations of United Way Agencies
Locations of organizations that provide social services, including nonprofits and government facilities
Aggregated walk score data by neighborhood.
Federal data about population within one mile of grocery store.
Distressed properties, based on tax status.
Jobs by sector and demographic categories.
Properties with access to parks and greenways.
Percent of population with a library card.
Permeable surface by neighborhood.
Bicycle and pedestrian crashes by neighborhood.
County-level bankruptcy data
County-level data about college enrollment and performance.
Employment, establishments, and payroll by industry.
Measure of low-income households developed by United Way.
Approximate population in Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Neighborhood-level life expectancy data.
County-level health behavior data generated from surveys.
State and metro estimates of undocumented population.
Historic census data available for modern census boundaries. Used for SAVI’s neighborhood change index.
County-level crime data based on FBI Uniform Crime Reports.
Neighborhood-level measures of tree canopy based on land cover dataset.
August 15, 2019
International export data mostly at the regional level, with some available at county level.
Neighborhood-level measures of transit service.
Quality and capacity information for childcares. Updated annually at the neighborhood level. Also, point locations for childcares.
Administrative data about participants in the Women, Infants, and Children program.
Economic and demographic data for counties, census tracts, and more.
Regional estimates of freight tonnage and value, broken out by goods, mode, and origin/destination.
Areas within flood boundaries.
County-level data on obesity and physical activity.
Wages and hours worked by sector, available at regional (MSA) level.
Labor force, employment, and unemployment data at the county level.
Number of employees and wages by industry. Updated quarterly at county level.
August 14, 2019
Model-derived estimates of neighborhood level health outcomes and behaviors
Counts of subsidized housing units available at the neighborhood level. Disaggregated by size, target tenants, and funding type.
Neighborhood-level estimates of particulate matter air pollution
Air pollution emissions data as reported by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
August 7, 2019
Air quality data as reported by AirData Air Quality Index Summary Report.
Neighborhood-level crime statistics for Marion County. Update annually.
Data about the number of physicians and physicians assistants within service area boundaries.
Marion County survey data on obesity, nutrition, and exercise from 2005.
Death and cause of death at the neighborhood level. Update annually in Marion County.
Neighborhood-level birth data updated annually for Marion County.
Juvenile charges compiled by the Marion County Superior Court. Annually updated at the neighborhood level.
Building/demolition permits and code enforcement citations in Marion County, available at the neighborhood level.
Births and deaths by county.
Hospital discharges by payer type and diagnosis.
Cancer incidents and deaths by county.
Communicable disease rates for a selection of diseases.
Birth defects as reported by the Indiana Birth Defects and Problems Registry.
Annual updates on schools, student performance, and demographics.
August 6, 2019
Calls placed to Connect2Help’s 211 Helpline broken out by calls, needs, race, gender, and quarter.
Parcel-level property data including assessed values, tax bills, and dwelling characteristics.
HUD data on Section 8 and LIHTC subsidized units.
Vacancy data for residential and commercial addresses from the U.S. Postal Service. Updated quarterly.
Annual administrative data about mortgages (applications, denials, originations) at the census tract level.
County-level, annual estimates of health insurance coverage from the Census Bureau.
Annual survey from the Census Bureau providing detailed information on individuals and households down to the neighborhood level.
Detailed demographics collected every ten years.
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