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  • Economics Household Income Overall | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Household Income Distribution Overall Reports, maps, and charts are best viewed on a desktop or tablet. Key Facts Household Income Distribution Overall Northern Virginia is known for having communities with some of the highest incomes in the United States, including the county with the highest median household income in the nation. High incomes coincide with the large, thriving business community of the Northern Virginia region. While high incomes exist, we must recognize that there are segments of the community that are lower income and in need of assistance that live in this prosperous region of the country. ​ Note: The 2020 ACS one-year estimates will not be released due to the impacts the COVID-19 pandemic on data collection and a lower response rate. The ACS collected only two-thirds of the responses it typically collects in a survey year. It did not meet the Census Bureau’s data quality standards. Therefore, 2019 ACS one-year estimates are the latest shown on this dashboard for one-year estimates. 2016 to 2020 Five-Year Estimates All jurisdictions in the United States are included in the five-year American Community Survey estimates. The share of Northern Virginia households in each income cohort is shown in this graph. While Northern Virginia is known for having communities with some of the highest median incomes in the United States, we must recognize that there are segments of the community in need of assistance that live in one of the most prosperous regions in the country. We also must recognize that there is a significant need for more affordable housing for both the low and moderate income households. 2019 One-Year Estimates Those jurisdictions with a population of 65,000 or more are included in the one-year American Community Survey estimates. The median household income of jurisdictions in Northern Virginia with a population of 65,000 or more is shown in this graph.

  • Education | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Education Information on education of the overall Northern Virginia region and its county and cities. Overall Information on education of Northern Virginia incorporated towns . Towns

  • Privacy Policy | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Privacy Policy Overview Information we collect and how we use it Date of last revision: 03/04/21 ​ The following information explains the Internet Privacy Policy and practice for the website, but shall not be interpreted as a contract of any nature, either stated or implied. We reserve the right to amend our Internet Privacy Policy statement at any time without notice. Note that this policy only applies to pages on the website. The website has links to those operated by other government agencies, nonprofit organizations and private businesses. When you move via such links to another website, this policy will not apply. Customer comments or review If you have questions about this privacy statement or the practices of this website, please contact us at . Protection of information via established security procedures We maintain security standards and procedures to prevent unauthorized removal or alteration of data, to ensure that this service remains available to all users, and to prevent unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage. These security standards also prevent data storage, data transfers, and unauthorized security and access. ​ WARNING: Unauthorized attempts to modify any information on this website, to defeat or circumvent security features or to utilize this system for other than its intended purposes are prohibited and may result in criminal prosecution. Information on attempts to circumvent security measures will be traced and released to the appropriate legal authorities (such as the Virginia State Police) to investigate suspected or alleged criminal activity. Internet Privacy Policy Virginia law We protect our records in accordance with our obligations as defined by applicable Virginia statutes, including, but not limited to, the “Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act,” Chapter 38 of Title 2.2 of the Code of Virginia (§ 2.2-3800 and 2.2-3803), “Administration of systems including personal information; Internet privacy policy; exceptions” Code of Virginia, § 2.2-3803, the “Virginia Freedom of Information Act” § 2.2-3700, et seq., and by any applicable U.S. federal laws. Any personal information that is collected and retained is maintained in compliance with the statute. Information we collect We collect only the minimum amount of information needed to provide services. If you do nothing during your visit to the website but browse or download information, we automatically collect and store the following information about your visit: The Internet domain and IP address from which you accessed our site; The type of browser and operating system you used; The date and time you visited this site; The pages visited; and If you arrived from another website, the address of that website. The information in our weblogs is not personally identifiable, and no attempt is made to link it with the individuals that browse our website. ​ If during your visit, you send us an e-mail message, we will collect the e-mail address and contents of the message, including audio, video and graphic information formats you send us. This may be to respond to you, to address issues you identify, to further improve our website, or to forward your message to another agency for appropriate action. ​ We do collect personal information directly from individuals who volunteer to complete forms or participate in surveys, in order to deliver the services requested. We only collect, retain and use personal information where we believe it is essential to administer our business and to provide products, services and other opportunities requested by our customers. How the collected information is used Your input is used to improve the content of our web services and to help us understand how people are using our pages. Routing information is used to send requested web pages to your computer for viewing. Transaction routing information is used primarily in a statistical summary format to assess content and server performance. We may share this summary information with our business partners when needed. ​ We may keep your information indefinitely, but we ordinarily delete routing information regularly after the web page is transmitted. However, on rare occasions when a “hacker” attempts to breach computer security, logs and any other relevant information in our possession may be shared with law enforcement agencies. ​ Optional information is retained in accordance with the records retention schedule at the Library of Virginia. Under the “Virginia Freedom of Information Act” (FOIA), any records in our possession at the time of a “Freedom of Information Request” might be subject to inspection by or disclosure to members of the public. However, identifiable personal information will be removed prior to such release in accordance with FOIA. Restrictions on the disclosure of customer information We do not sell or rent our subscribers’ information to any outside company or organization. We do not reveal specific information about users or other personally identifiable data to unaffiliated third parties for their independent use, except if required to do so by FOIA or other law. Cookies “Cookies” are small files either stored on a server or sent back to a visiting computer. In certain applications, user information is stored as cookies, which are then sent back to and stored on the user’s computer. Some sections of the website use cookies to customize the information presented to you. Cookies are also used to aggregate site usage information to help us improve our users’ experience. Copyright The copyright to the website is owned by the Northern Virginia Regional Commission and pages are marked with the notice “© Northern Virginia Regional Commission.” Permission is granted to website visitors to make fair use of the contents, as per If you are in doubt about whether your use constitutes fair use, please send a request for explicit permission to copy the contents by emailing Linking Policy This website contains links to external websites and pages containing information created and maintained by public and private organizations. The inclusion of a link to an external website is not intended as an endorsement of any product or service offered or referenced on the linked website, the organizations sponsoring said website or any views that might be expressed or referenced in the website. Links to external websites and pages may be removed or replaced at any time without notice. Disclaimer Neither the Northern Virginia Regional Commission nor any state employee warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information published by this system, nor endorses any content, viewpoints, products or services linked from this system, and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance on the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of such information. Portions of such information may be incorrect or outdated. Any person or entity that relies on any information obtained from this system does so at his or her own risk. ​ Reference herein to any specific commercial products, processes or services by trade name, trademark, manufacturer or other mark does not constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation or favoring by the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. The information and statements contained on this site shall not be used for the purposes of advertising, nor to imply the endorsement or recommendation of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission.

  • Immigration Entrepeneurship | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Entrepreneurship Information on the overall Northern Virginia immigrant population, as presented in the original report published in March 2020. Overall Information on the Northern Virginia economic impact of immigrants during COVID-19, as presented in the addendum report published in October 2020. COVID-19

  • Coronavirus Vulnerable Populations | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Coronavirus Vulnerable Populations Reports, maps, and charts are best viewed on a desktop or tablet. Social Vulnerability The U.S. Center for Disease Control's (CDC) 2018 Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) indicates the relative social vulnerability of every Virginia census tract. Social vulnerability is a measure of an area's resilience when confronted by disease outbreaks like the coronavirus (COVID-19) and stress on human nature such as natural or man-made disasters. The SVI can be used by governments and non-government entities to identify communities that may need support. Click on image to go to dashboard Senior Population The senior population has been one of the most vulnerable population in the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. The senior population data and maps are a resource for government and non-government entities to identify communities in Virginia and the Northern Virginia region that may need support. Click on image to go to dashboard Immigrant Population The Immigration Study Dashboard provides a report published on October 21, 2020 that details the role of immigrants in Northern Virginia during the Covid-19 pandemic as well as the impact that the pandemic has had on the immigrant community. ​​ The immigrant population is especially vulnerable to gaps in our social safety nets. Understanding this population in Northern Virginia helps better inform local leaders as they aim to implement inclusive emergency response policies. Click on image to download a copy of the report

  • Education Student Enrollment Overall | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Student Enrollment Overall Reports, maps, and charts are best viewed on a desktop or tablet. Key Facts Public School Student Enrollment Overall With the explosive growth in total population in the Northern Virginia region has come substantial student enrollment growth in the region's public elementary, middle, and high schools. On September 30, 2004, there were 315,898 public school students in the region. By September 30, 2019 student enrollment had increased to 423,670. The latest two years, 2020 and 2021 have been a different story due to the impacts of COVID-19. In fall 2020 school enrollment dropped in the region for the first time since at least 2003. School enrollment dropped 16,413 between September 2019 to September 2020 and another 626 by September 2021. This decrease can be largely attributed to public school students transferring to at-home schooling and private schools. It can also be attributed to the overall decline in the region's population from mid-2020 to mid-2021. The region forecasts growth to return after the COVID-19 pandemic's impact subsides. With growth comes challenges in maintaining the high quality of education and school facilities in the region. To maintain the high quality of education, planning and acquiring land or buildings for school sites to accommodate future growth is vitally important, but has been increasingly challenging in this region with quickly diminishing land supply. ​ Northern Virginia has a transient population. A multitude of variables alter enrollment levels, including new development, transfers to and from private schools, in and out migration rates, and changing size and composition of families in existing housing stock. Pre-Covid-19 pandemic, the region had an annual growth in students of 5,256 between fall 2018 and fall 2019, which was below the average from 2004 to 2019 but well above the growth rate of the period from fall 2017 to fall 2018. The region saw a significantly lower amount of growth in students between fall 2017 and fall 2018. Loudoun and Prince William both had growth, but significantly less than their recent past. Falls Church City and Manassas City saw small amounts of decline, whereas Fairfax County had a sizable decline that caused the absolute growth of the region to be small. Fairfax experienced its first decline in growth in over a decade. According to the Fairfax County Public Schools, Membership Analysis and Trends Report, published in December 2018, the primary reason for Fairfax's decline was that out migration of students was greater than in migration of students. Fairfax had not experienced a negative student migration since at least 2010. The Hispanic and Native American race/ethnic groups are the only groups in Fairfax that had a greater out migration than in-migration, with pretty much all of the negative migration being attributed to Hispanics. This out-migration of Hispanics may have been correlated with the decline in non-citizen foreign born populations that the region and nation experienced between 2017 and 2018. See the "people" dashboard for more information. ​ Students enrolled in the Northern Virginia region's public schools comprised 15.9% of the region's population in 2004. This share of the region’s population has steadily increased through 2019 to 16.7%. In 2020 it had dropped to 16.0% and remained at 16.0% in 2021. The decrease in 2020 can be attributed to the impacts of COVID-19 when at-home and private schooling accelerated in the region.

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    NOVA Region Dashboard Notice: ​ Interactive data charts are currently unavailable. Server is c urrently down. We apologize for the inconvenience. ​ March 25, 2021 Close

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data and Maps | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Coronavirus Zip Code Map, Data and Analysis Reports, maps, and charts are best viewed on a desktop or tablet. Background Information This story map and its associated dashboards contain Northern Virginia maps of coronavirus case rates by zip code maps, testing rates by zip code maps, and testing sites. The mapped case rate data is compared with mapped demographics of vulnerable populations for purposes of identifying correlations between high case rates and where vulnerable populations reside. The testing rates and sites are mapped for purposes of identifying communities that may need more testing services, and to provide information to the public on where they can get tested. The coronavirus case and testing rate data are from the Virginia Department of Health. The testing site's data is obtained from the Virginia Department of Health and local governments. ​ NOTE: As of May 27, 2021, NVRC will no longer maintain the cases and testing by zip code dashboards that follow. Case zip code and testing information will continue to be available on VDH’s coronavirus website. Case Rates and Testing Sites Dashboard Click on image to go to interactive map of Northern Virginia Story Map - Analysis and Findings Click on image for story map of Northern Virginia Case Rates and Vulnerable Populations Dashboard Click on image to go to interactive map of Northern Virginia

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Case Key Measures | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Coronavirus Key Measures Reports, maps, and charts are best viewed on a desktop or tablet. Background Information The key measures of Northern Virginia (Northern Region) is maintained and updated by the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) daily before 10 AM. The following dashboard is presented courtesy of the Virginia Department of Health. Numbers are preliminary and close out at 5 PM the day before posting. Case counts reflect what has been reported to VDH by healthcare providers and laboratories. Hospitalization data are provided by the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association. For more information see the VDH website . Key Measures

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Other Resources | Northern Virginia Regional Commission

    Other Coronavirus Resources Reports, maps, and charts are best viewed on a desktop or tablet. Northern Virginia Additional Coronavirus Resources I n addition to the coronavirus data and maps found on the NOVA Region Dashboard, other Northern Virginia coronavirus resources, as well as national resources, can be found by going to the Coronavirus Regional Services/Information Website. Click on image to go to website Census Bureau Coronavirus Demographics Dashboard​ The Census Bureau COVID-ID dashboard provides demographics on the impact of COVID-19 at the county level. This dashboard's uses the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, County Business Patterns data, and many other data sources to report on the impact of COVID-19 in communities across the United States. Click on image to go to dashboard