Local Economic and Housing Data
The Valley Library (Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley). Statistics and many reports on the geographic San Fernando Valley. Some files require either Adobe Reader or Powerpoint.
San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center in the CSUN College of Business and Economics publishes the Report of Findings on the San Fernando Valley Economy. Also provides Census Bureau data about the San Fernando Valley.
FFIEC Census Reports (Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council) includes recent estimates of Tract Median Family Income by census tract number within a county or metropolitan area.
Economic Census (Census Bureau) data from 2007, 2002, and 1997 is also searchable in American FactFinder. Earlier economic census data is available, too. Data is available at many different geographic levels.
Zip Code Business Patterns by NAICS (Census Bureau). Total number of establishments and number of establishments by employment-size classes by detailed industry.
Finding Statistics by Zip Code: Business (Oviatt Library).
CSUN Geography Department Master's Theses By Region / San Fernando Valley The CSUN Geography Department Map Library, as well as the Oviatt Library, owns copies of these Master's Theses.
United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley includes links to a number of local business organizations and Chamber of Commerce members.
FAA Passenger Boarding and All-Cargo Data (Federal Aviation Administration) include some data on Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena and Van Nuys airports.
Van Nuys Airport information.
Bob Hope Airport (previously known as the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport).
Demographic Research Unit Statistical Reports (City of Los Angeles Planning Department). Data on building permits by Los Angeles City community planning areas such as Encino-Tarzana and Northridge.
Housing Vacancy Data (City of Los Angeles Housing Department). Some tables are by community planning area name, others by zip code or census tract.
Interactive City Maps (City of Los Angeles). Links to LA GeoQuest and other mapping options.
RAND California (Oviatt Library subscription). Numerous statistical databases on California, many of which include data at the city or zip code level. Many tables are based on government data.
Los Angeles Department of City Planning provides a general plan for Los Angeles City plus Los Angeles City Community Plans (for 35 planning areas) as well as related maps, land use, and zoning information.