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SNAP-Ed County Profiles 2014

A one page summary of a variety of publically available county-level data relevant to the goals and objectives of SNAP-Ed. The profiles were compiled to assist Local Health Departments and other SNAP-Ed implementing agencies to plan their SNAP-Ed funded interventions and collaborative efforts.

For more information regarding 2014 SNAP-Ed County Profiles, contact Barbara MkNelly, MS, at Barbara.MkNelly@cdph.ca.gov

SNAP-Ed County Profiles Data Sources and Definitions Opens a new browser window. More information on the definitions, sources and dates of the data included in the profiles.

California (PDF) Opens a new browser window. Statewide Profile

Total Population Supplemental Table Opens a new browser window. Table with total population estimates for each county. 

California SNAP-Ed County Profiles

  • Alameda (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Alpine (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Amador (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Butte (PDF)Opens a new Browser window.
  • Calaveras (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Colusa (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Contra Costa (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Del Norte (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • El Dorado (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Fresno (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Glenn (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Humboldt (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Imperial (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Inyo (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Kern (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Kings (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Lake (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Lassen (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Los Angeles (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Madera (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Marin (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Mariposa (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Mendocino (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Merced (PDF)Opens ins a new browser window.
  • Modoc (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Mono (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Monterey (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Napa (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Nevada (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Orange (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Placer (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Plumas (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Riverside (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Sacramento (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Benito (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Bernadino (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Diego (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Francisco (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Joaquin (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Luis Obispo (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • San Mateo (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Santa Barbara (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Santa Clara (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Santa Cruz (PDF)Opens a new browser window.
  • Shasta (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Sierra (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Siskiyou (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Solano (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Sonoma (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Stanislaus (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Sutter (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Tehama (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Trinity (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Tulare (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Tuolumne (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Ventura (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Yolo (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
  • Yuba (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.
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    Last modified on: 4/2/2014 10:27 AM