The Tracking Program's successes stem from the experts and partners who are committed to improving health outcomes across Colorado. Find out more about the program’s successes by exploring the stories below.
- Asthma Syndromic Surveillance for EV-D68 & acute flaccid myelitis (AFM).
- Climate Equity Data Viewer.
- Colorado detects cluster of elevated blood lead levels.
- Colorado EnviroScreen: an environmental justice mapping tool.
- Data for CAMML.
- Fire Response.
- Greenhouse gas metrics dashboard to inform decision-making.
- Heat-related illness resources inform stakeholder extreme heat planning.
- Love My Air Tri-County.
- Radon on Nextdoor.
- soilSHOP at Mo Betta Green Farmers Market, Five Points Denver.
- Census data for EJ Bill.
- Complementing community outreach with scientific data in Commerce City-North Denver.
- Long-term air pollution and other risk associated with COVID-19 at the census tract level in Colorado.
- Regulate Air Toxics.
- Regulation of Radon Professionals, HB-1195.
- Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM).
- Air Quality near oil and gas operations in Broomfield.
- Benzene measurements near a school in Greeley.
- Denver Water: EBLL Spatial Odds Ratio.
- Dirt Alert: soilSHOP.
- Low Income Radon Mitigation Assistance (LIRMA) Update.
- Air Quality Awareness Week.
- Colorado Health Institute develops "Health and Climate Index" with Tracking data.
- Colorado Tracking translates Wildfire infographic into Spanish.
- Low Income Radon Mitigation Assistance (LIRMA) update.
- Partnering to assess environmental health and plan for the future.
- Biomonitoring Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs).
- Kratom - Statewide Policy and Response Regarding Sales/Availability.
- Sugar Loaf Fire District - Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs).
- Update - Low Income Radon Mitigation Assistance.
- Assessment of Potential Public Health Effects from Oil and Gas Operations.
- Colorado Tracking assists the Oil and Gas Health Information and Response program.
- Rocky Flats Cancer Study.
- Woolley Sosa and Erie Champlin Oil and Gas Health Concerns.