Use our Public Health Data Explorer to see data for Chittenden County, for the area served by the Burlington Local Health Office, and for our Hospital Service Area. The Data Explorer can be used to see trends over time and maps of indicators that are used to track the health of Vermonters.Quick Reference for Chittenden gives a look at the indicators and progress toward our goals.
Health Data Across all ages
The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS) and Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) look at health indicators across the age spectrum. Vermont tracks adult health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services using the BRFSS. YRBS monitors health risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death, disease, injury and social problems among youth.
- View a snapshot of adult health in the Burlington area or use the Burlington Summary Report to see detailed information on adult health behaviors.
- View the most recent youth data for Chittenden County or by Supervisory Union.
Burlington reports by health topic
North Avenue Corridor Redesign: Potential Health Impacts
Milton US 7 Corridor Study: Potential Health Impacts
Plan BTV South End Health Impact Assessment
Health Impact Assessment of School Transportation Policy in the Essex Westford Educational Community Unified Union School District
- Bike and Walk Health Impact Assessment
- Take the Bus Health Impact Assessment
- Health Impact Assessment Executive Summary
If you have questions, please call 888-253-8803 or 802-863-7323, or email us at AHS.VDHOLHBurlington@vermont.gov
500 Cities project
Burlington is one of 500 cities across the U.S. to be part of the 500 Cities Project, a joint effort between CDC, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the CDC Foundation. The project provides interactive city- and census track-level data to help communities see a fuller picture of how they fare on chronic disease measures such as smoking, obesity, mammogram and cholesterol screening rates and other factors that impact health.