Community Data

San Antonians have set the precedent that we will envision the future together every ten years. In the face of a global public health crisis, more than 12,000 San Antonians reaffirmed and strengthened the shared Community Vision through 2030, doubling engagement over the original visioning process in 2010. You can see a fuller picture of who participated on the Community Engagement dashboard

As we kick off a new decade of progress, throughout 2021, SA2020’s Community Data will include the complete indicators from the original visioning process (2010-2020) and those strengthened for the next decade (2021-2030).

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Choose the cluster of words that you are most passionate about or that sparks your curiosity and see where San Antonio falls on its shared goals.

What the Data Tells Us

The Community Data does not offer much real-time data through 2020 because this data largely lags by one-to-two years. The trended data does give critical insight to understanding how San Antonio has made progress—even incrementally—and where institutions across sectors must double down to deliver race-conscious, targeted policies, investments, and services. Bold efforts throughout the last decade prove what San Antonians are capable of achieving when working together toward a shared goal. 

To look at indicators as merely moving up or down hides the more complex story of the targeted efforts that moved us closer to the Community Vision over the last decade. Within the overview of each result and indicator, you’ll see room for celebration and learning. 

The data in these pages represent San Antonians: children, students, co-workers, neighbors, grandparents, and more. To see each other as merely numbers is to lose sight of San Antonio’s Community Vision, which reads, in part, ”We are all responsible for our collective well-being.” The shared Community Vision is important for what it says and for how it holds institutions accountable to meeting the needs of San Antonians.

Using the Community Data to Lead Change

As you explore the Community Data, we invite you to be curious. Ask yourself:

  • “Why do we care about this goal?”
  • “Why is this indicator moving?”
  • “Why is this one lagging?”
  • “What could be changed to better account for the different histories and needs of the community?”
  • “How might I make a greater impact?”