The datasets below have been archived and will not receive further updates, but remain available for reference. The up-to-date and more comprehensive Neighborhood Food Retail data is available and will be updated annually going forward. For those conducting analysis using this data, please be advised that the previous methodology is vastly different from the more recent data, so it would not make sense to compare the two.
This dataset is derived from the Walkable Access to Healthy Foods in Philadelphia, 2012-2014 report analyses.
Buy Fresh, Buy Local is an online application that enables users to access locations and information on the network of PA local farmers and locally grown food products. Users enter an address or zipcode to explore relevant information (proximity, contact, hours of operation) of nearby farms, farmers markets, as well as restaurants, wineries/breweries, retail stores and other venues that feature seasonal and/or locally grown food products. Results are also displayed as interactive points on a map visualization. The application is maintained by the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture. Free registration enables commenting, blogging, uploading recipes and other interactive features.
This dataset includes checks and ACH (direct deposit) payments made by the City during the fiscal year, which runs from July 1st 2016 through June 31st 2017.
Please see full metadata to learn more detail about important notes to this data, such as:
The Inquirer has assembled restaurant food inspection data for four counties: Philadelphia, Bucks Country, Gloucester County, Montgomery County. Violations include risk factors for foodborne illness and lack of good retail practices. Updated on an ongoing basis.
Community compost network sites located throughout the City of Philadelphia.
The Community Health Assessment (CHA) is a systematic assessment of population health in Philadelphia, highlighting key public health challenges and assets and informing local public health programs, policies, and partnerships. The CHA includes indicators reflecting health behaviors, health conditions, health care factors, and social and environmental determinants of health. The Philadelphia Department of Public Health publishes an annual report of the analyses, linked to under the ‘Related’ tab. Additionally, they have released an online, interactive version of the CHA, known as the Community Health Explorer, to make the data more accessible to a broader audience: http://cityofphiladelphia.github.io/community-health-explorer/
Drink Philly provides listings of happy hours and drink and food specials available at bars and restaurants throughout Philadelphia. The application includes a list of featured specials sorted by day of the week and can be searched by neighborhood, type of special, type of bar, atmosphere, and drink prices. Profiles and reviews are available for many bars.
Locations of farmers markets in Philadelphia.
An RSS feed of upcoming food and drink events and promotions in Philadelphia, including nearby Pennsylvania and New Jersey suburbs.
An RSS feed of reviews and features about Philadelphia restaurants/bars and Philadelphia-related food culture developments.
The Health of the City report summarizes data on community health in Philadelphia through interactive charts and maps. The Health of the City table contains aggregate metrics on population statistics, social determinants of health, and health outcomes that were used to build this report.
This dataset contains location data for both Healthy Corner and Enhanced Healthy Corner Store. It is currently being updated. Please visit Food Fit Philly for information in the interim.
This dataset is derived from the Neighborhood Food Retail in Philadelphia report. The report, and accompanying online resource gallery, looks at neighborhood availability of “high-produce supply stores” (e.g., supermarkets, produce stores, farmers’ markets) in relation to “low-produce supply stores” (like dollar stores, pharmacies, and convenience stores).
Explore Philadelphia’s most popular open geographic data in one easy to use mapping tool. This tool was built by the City’s Office of Innovation and Technology’s CityGeo team.
This data has stopped receiving updates. We’re working to reestablish automation by the end of 2022.
This dataset provides a list of businesses that have registered as sweetened beverage distributors or dealers that file and pay the tax. The search application built off of this dataset allows businesses to find or confirm that their distributors or dealers are registered. Please note that this dataset shows only those Registered Distributors and Registered Dealers who consented to share their information publicly and thus this list may not be a comprehensive list of all who have registered.
Vital Statistics tables that contain aggregate metrics on the mortality (deaths) of Philadelphia residents. Included in these datasets are mortality metrics by planning district or citywide. You can find natality (births) metrics, and social determinants of health metrics at the city and planning district levels of geography as well. Population metrics are provided at the city, planning district, and census tract levels of geography. Please refer to this technical notes document to access detailed technical notes and variable definitions.
Vital Statistics tables that contain aggregate metrics on the natality (births) of Philadelphia residents. Included in these datasets are natality metrics by planning district or citywide. You can find mortality (deaths) metrics, and social determinants of health metrics at the city and planning district levels of geography as well. Population metrics are provided at the city, planning district, and census tract levels of geography. Please refer to the metadata links below for variable definitions and this technical notes document to access detailed technical notes about the datasets.
Population metrics are provided at the census tract, planning district, and citywide levels of geography.
You can find related vital statistics tables that contain aggregate metrics on natality (births) and mortality (deaths) of Philadelphia residents as well as social determinants of health metrics at the city and planning district levels of geography. Please refer to the metadata links below for variable definitions and this technical notes document to access detailed technical notes and variable definitions.
Social determinants of health metrics at the city and planning district levels of geography. Please refer to the metadata links below for variable definitions and this technical notes document to access detailed technical notes and variable definitions.
You can find related vital statistics tables that contain aggregate metrics on vital events, including natality (births) metrics and mortality (deaths) by planning district or citywide. Population metrics are provided at the city, planning district, and census tract levels of geography.
The City of Philadelphia’s ArcGIS Online organization that hosts references to open data releases as feature services and AGO map applications shared with the public. Maintained by the City’s Office of Innovation and Technology’s CityGeo team.
Locations of community gardens throughout the City of Philadelphia that are registered with the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation’s Urban Agriculture Team.
Districts with special sidewalk vending rules pursuant to Sections 9-204 (Sidewalk Vendors in Center City) and 9-206 (Sidewalk Vendors in Neighborhood Business Districts) of The Philadelphia Code.
Urban agriculture projects located within Philadelphia Parks and Recreation sites.
Areas where vending is prohibited in the city of Philadelphia.
Streets where vending is prohibited. Used citywide as base layer for many purposes/applications. The street centerline is available for reference purposes only and does not represent exact engineering specifications. The Philadelphia Streets Department makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the layer.
A layer providing exceptions to the vending prohibition streets layer as indicated by the City of Philadelphia’s legislative process. Features represent streets or intersections whereby the City has made exceptions to certain or all vending restrictions. Specific exception parameters are summarized in the “REMARKS” column and can be found in full detail by accessing specific sections/subsections of the Philadelphia Code.