Interactive map of California neighborhood environmental hazards

toxic-map.gifA new map from the state Environmental Protection Agency ranks all 8,000 census tracts in California, evaluating each neighborhood and the people who live there to determine their vulnerability to environmental risks.

The map enables you to view impacts of diesel particulate matter, toxic release into the air, drinking water pollutants, and more.


Navigate the map below by first zooming out (+ and - buttons in upper left), then click-while-dragging your mouse to get to particular areas, then zoom back in.  Click to view data on that particular census tracts.