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We strive to provide relevant, accurate, and accessible data on environmental health hazards and related health impacts. In addition to building and maintaining this web-based surveillance system, Colorado Tracking contributes data to the national network and makes 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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Success stories

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Census data for environmental justice bill

During the 2021 Colorado Legislative Session, state legislators proposed a bill that further defines disproportionately impacted communities in relation to environmental justice activities.


Complementing community outreach with scientific data in Commerce City - North Denver

Commerce City-North Denver (CC-ND) experiences many environmental justice issues, including proximity to the VB/I-70 Superfund site and other legacy pollution sources, concentration of polluting industries, and intersecting high traffic roadways.

Long-term air pollution and other risk factors associated with COVID-19 at the census tract level in Colorado

In June 2020, CDPHE leadership made a request to the Colorado Tracking program to review emerging studies linking fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and COVID-19 and replicate the analysis for Colorado.

Regulation of air toxics

During the 2021 CO Legislative Session, a bill was proposed that changes the definition of "covered facility" to include specific listed North American industry classification system codes and expands upon the requirements applicable to covered facilities.

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

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