The dataset provides number of daily and cumulative COVID-19 vaccines administered over time among Santa Clara County residents. Number of people with at least one dose is the number of county residents who either received a vaccine requiring a single dose or received the first dose of a vaccine requiring multiple doses. Source: California Immunization Registry. Data Notes: Data are reported by the date vaccine was administered. Values for the most recent 3 days are likely to increase as additional records are submitted.
A cadastral map is a map showing the boundaries of subdivisions of land. It is based on bearings, lengths and areas of individual tracts, for purposes of describing and recording ownership.This is four equal section of the 500 grid. Some areas on the cadastral map may also show topography, drainage, and other features relating to the value of the land and its uses. The cadastral map number is the first number used in the series of three numbers for determining the County Grid Number. The Cadastral Map layer is comprised of the County Cadastral Maps series that cover the entire County of Santa Clara. It contains 281 individual maps and numbered from west to east and from north to south. Cadastral Map No. 1 is in the northwest area of Santa Clara County. Each cadastral map covers approximately 150,000,000 square feet. The information on these maps were last updated about 1986-1988. A corner record is the means by which the re-establishment or rehabilitation of public land survey corners or other property corners may be made of record and brought to public attention.
The dataset summarizes the number of COVID-19 tests completed by pop-up testing sites in the county. Each ‘test’ or ‘testing incident’ represents at least one specimen tested per person, per day. This does not represent the number of individuals tested, as some people are tested multiple times over time because of the risk of frequent exposure. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange
State Board of Equalization (BOE) maintains the Tax-Rate Mapping Program. A tax-rate area number is assigned to each geographical area in California with a different distribution of revenues among taxing jurisdictions. The tax-rate areas are used to allocate property tax revenues to the appropriate taxing entities. The updated TRA boundary file is downloadable from BOE site. County of Santa Clara Tax Rate and Information is available from Controller-Treasure Department site.
The dataset summarizes counts and rates of cumulative COVID-19 deaths by zip code in Santa Clara County. When a death occurs at a Long Term Care Facility (LTCF), the death will be counted for the zip code in which the LTCF is located; so zip codes with large LTCFs or LTCFs that experienced an outbreak may have higher death counts for this reason. Information about the number of LTCF deaths in the county can be found on the LTCF dashboard.Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange.
The dataset provides information on cases among residents and staff at LTCFs, which are a critical part of the continuum of health care. LTCFs include skilled nursing, independent living, assisted living and board and care facilities. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange. Data Notes: These data may represent ongoing investigations and as such may change as additional information are collected. The count of facilities is the number of facilities in each type of care that have at least one COVID-19 case.