Data & Reports

Below is a selection of new or noteworthy reports produced by the Community Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation (CAPE) Unit, the Division of Communicable Disease Control and Prevention (DCDCP), and other ACPHD programs. Click on Reports By Topic to get a summary list of all our reports.

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HIV Continuum of Care 2020

HIV Continuum of Care Over Time, Alameda County
Published May 2020

This brief is produced by the HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit. It presents HIV Continuum of Care metrics over several years. County-wide trends for linkage to and retention in care as well as for viral suppression are presented graphically and in the narrative. Technical notes clarifying definitions and methods are also provided.



Tuberculosis in Alameda County, 2019
Published March 2020

Summary of TB data for Alameda County residents through 2018, including TB cases and rates by age, sex, race/ethnicity, and places of birth and current residence. The report also covers clinical characteristics, select risk factors and drug resistance.

HIV Report December 2019

HIV in Alameda County, 2016-2018
Published December 2019

This report is produced by the HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit. It summarizes data on new HIV diagnoses, people living with HIV, and the continuum of HIV care in Alameda County from 2016-2018. This report presents data by selected demographic characteristics, trends, and the geographic distribution of HIV in Alameda County and includes tables displaying detailed findings stratified analysis by sex, age, race/ethnicity, and foreign-born status. The appendices provide a description of local HIV surveillance methods.

HIV Report December 2019 ES

Executive Summary – HIV in Alameda County, 2016-2018
Published December 2019

This summary highlights select results contained in the report titled HIV in Alameda County, 2016-2018. It lists key findings in each chapter of this report. Further detail and additional information can be found in the full report.

Prop 64 HIA

Alameda County Proposition 64 Health Impact Assessment
Published September 2019

With the passage of Proposition 64 in 2016, California voted to legalize adult-use cannabis. Since that time Alameda County has been working to determine appropriate regulations for this new industry. Staff from the Public Health Department recently led the process of conducting a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) to explore the impacts of Proposition 64 on health and equity in Alameda County. The HIA looks broadly at the impacts of Proposition 64 on the health outcomes of specific populations, land use, public safety, criminalization, and access to economic opportunity.

Findings and recommendations from the HIA will also be presented and discussed in a series of community forums being held throughout Alameda County in the coming months. For more information contact Jennifer Lucky at

MPCAH Indicators May 2019

Alameda County Maternal, Infant, and Young Child Health Indicators Table
Published May 2019

This table contains the most recent data on maternal, infant, and young child health indicators by race/ethnicity in Alameda County.

Prostate Cancer 2019

Prostate Cancer in Alameda County
Published May 2019

This brief has background information on prostate cancer including risk factors, symptoms, screening, and treatment. It follows with an analysis of incidence and mortality in Alameda County.

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