Data Sources for the HIA Map and List

Any opinions expressed in such HIAs are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Health Impact Project, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, or the Pew Charitable Trusts.

This map was created through a partnership between the Health Impact Project and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Health Community Design Initiative.

This page includes reports that are self-titled "health impact assessments" (HIA) for which the Health Impact Project has identified an HIA report. The project is based on information collected from a variety of sources, including information from Andrew Dannenberg and Arthur Wendel at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and University of California Los Angeles HIA Working Group. The reports included have not been reviewed or evaluated by the Health Impact Project for content, including to determine whether they meet an accepted definition or practice standard for HIA. The information included in this database is taken from published information about each HIA, and in, some cases, conversations with those involved in drafting them. The Health Impact Project welcomes any suggested corrections, updates, or additional to this information. Please contact us at

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