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We strive to provide relevant, accurate and accessible data on environmental health hazards and related health impacts. Colorado Tracking builds and maintains this web-based surveillance system. In addition, we contribute data to the national network and make information accessible to public health workers, policymakers, healthcare providers, environmental practitioners, and the public.




Colorado EnviroScreen

EnviroScreen is a powerful new mapping tool for environmental justice. This tool is one way Colorado addresses current and historic inequities. The mapping tool aims to:

  • Pinpoint areas that have a disproportionate burden of health and/or environmental harm.
  • Build public trust and empower communities. 
  • Help users target funding and resources. 
  • Advance a healthy and sustainable Colorado. 

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County profiles

The summary of information provides an at-a-glance understanding of environmental exposures and health outcomes occurring in any county in Colorado.

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Women outside breathing in air

Hands holding plants in soil

Thermometer reading 100 degrees Fahrenheit or 37 degrees Celsius

Health care provider holding a blood tube with a positive blood lead level result

Love My Air Tri-County

In 2022, three counties in Colorado installed air quality monitoring sensors to gather real-time data. The data collected was used to guide strategies for reducing exposure to harmful pollutants. 

soilSHOP at Mo Betta Green Farmers Market, Five Points Denver

Heavy metals, such as lead, are naturally found in soil. On October 1st, 2022 a Soil Screening, Health, Outreach, and Partnership (soilSHOP) event provided community members with free lead screenings of garden soil.

Heat-related illness resources inform stakeholder extreme heat planning

In 2022, heat-related illness data was used to create an infographic and a new dashboard. These resources were shared with the public and stakeholders for education on heat-related illness and extreme heat.

Colorado detects cluster of elevated blood lead levels

A statistical tool was developed to detect changes in the rates of blood lead levels in children. In April 2022, this tool identified a cluster of 114 high blood lead levels among 38 patients. 


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We can provide customizable data reports to help support research, programs, and policies for Colorado communities.

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