The Healthy Parks Plan Data Description Table
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Note: this table is formatted so that the table can be downloaded and printed on 8.5 X 11 paper using the landscape orientation
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Parcel Query Attributes
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Parcel Query Group Category
Parcel AttributeUse in Query Function
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Parcel CharacteristicsAcresSize of the parcel in acres. Enter numerical value.
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Parcel CharacteristicsCountyCounty (Travis, Bastrop, or Caldwell), choose from drop down. Data from ESRI
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Parcel CharacteristicsCity or TownCity or Town, choose from drop down. Data from ESRI
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Parcel CharacteristicsSchool DistrictSchool district, choose from drop down list. Data from TEA
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Parcel CharacteristicsParcel IDAPN of parcel
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Parcel CharacteristicsPublic Owner?yes/no if the parcel is owned by a public agency
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Parcel CharacteristicsPublic Owner NameSearch for a specific public owner. Type what you are looking for into the field. Best to be more broad, such as "Elgin" instead of "City of Elgin"

Other examples are Austin, Travis, Flood Control, University, State, United States, VIllage Of, etc.
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Parcel CharacteristicsCity of Austin Council DistrictChoose from drop down list, data from City of Austin
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Parcel CharacteristicsZip CodeZip code, enter value. Data from ESRI.
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Parcel CharacteristicsMUDWhether the parcel is in a MUD (yes/no)
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Parcel CharacteristicsSchoolWhether the parcel is a school (yes/no)
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Parcel CharacteristicsParkWhether the parcel is a park (yes/no)
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Site SuitabilityDominant Land CoverChoose from drop down list, data from NLCD 2011.
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Site SuitabilityVacantWhether the parcel is vacant (yes/no). NOTE: vacant is estimated for Caldwell and Bastrop county. We call it vacant if it contains 0% impervious surface at NLCD 2011 30m resolution data. Travis County parcel data we count as vacant if state cd code = C1,C2,D1,D2,D3
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Site SuitabilityPercent impervious coverEnter numerical value. Data from NLCD 2011
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Site SuitabilityPercent canopy coverEnter numerical value. Data from NLCD 2011 in Bastrop and Caldwell counties, City of Austin data from Travis County.
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Site SuitabilityMinimum depth to water tableEnter water table depth in centimeters. Maximum value is 153. The value of -9999 means No Data
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Site SuitabilityElevation Enter elevation value in meters. Values range from 86m to 408m.
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Site SuitabilitySlopeEnter slope value in degrees. Values range from 0 to 38.
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Site SuitabilityFlood ZoneChoose from drop down list.
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Overall PriorityOverall Priority Result (acres)Number of acres in the parcel that has at least moderate priority for the Overall Priority Result
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Overall PriorityPercent Overall Priority ResultPercent of area in the parcel that has at least moderate priority for the Overall Priority Result
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Overall PriorityHas Overall Priority (yes/no)Whether the parcel has at least moderate priority for the Overall Priority Result (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityOverall health PriorityWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for the Overall Community Health Priority Result (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityChild asthmaWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Child Asthma (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityChild poor mental healthWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Child Poor Mental Health (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityChild obesityWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Child Obesity (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult asthmaWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Asthma(yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult cancerWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Cancer (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult COPDWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult COPD (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult diabetesWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Diabetes (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult heart diseaseWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Heart Disease (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult high cholesterolWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for High Cholesterol (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult kidney diseaseWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Kidney Disease (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult poor mental healthWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Poor Mental Health (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult obesityWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Obesity (yes/no)
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Community Health PriorityAdult strokeWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Adult Stroke (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityLow income householdsWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for the Overall Socioeconomic Vulnerability Priority Result (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityLess than high school educationWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Low Income Households (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityPopulation over age 64Whether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Less than High School Education (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityPeople of ColorWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Population over 64 (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityLinguistic isolationWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for People of Color (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityDisabled populationWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Linguistic Isolation (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityPopulation under age 5Whether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Disabled Population (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityHouseholds without carsWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Population under age 5 (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityChildren 19 and underWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Households without Cars or Access to Public Transit (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityRefugee populationWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Children 19 and Younger (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityEconomically disadvantaged studentsWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Refugee Population (yes/no)
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Socioeconomic Vulnerability PriorityOverall Socioeconomic vulnerability priorityWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Economically Disadvantaged Students (yes/no)
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityAcres outside 10-minute walk to any parkChoose number of acres
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityPercent outside 10-minute walk to any parkChoose percent of area
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside 10-minute walk to any park (yes/no)Choose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside service area of any parkChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a pocket parkChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a neighborhood parkChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 2-mile walk or drive to a community parkChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 5-mile drive to a district parkChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a park with a fitness zoneChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a park with a trailChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a park with a playgroundChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a park with a basketball courtChoose yes/no
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Park Access and Level of Service PriorityOutside of a 10-minute walk to a park with a soccer fieldChoose yes/no
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityFlood ZoneChoose yes/no
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityArea within 200-ft buffer around streams or wetlandsChoose yes/no
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityArea within 200-ft buffer around roads and highwaysChoose yes/no
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityHigh erosion potentialWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for High Erosion Potential (yes/no)
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityWatershed with water quality priorityWhether the parcel is in a watershed of at least moderate priority (yes/no)
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityOverall Flooding and Water Quality PriorityWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Overall Flooding and Water Quality Priority (yes/no)
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityAcres of Overall Flooding and Water Quality PriorityNumber of acres in the parcel that has at least moderate priority for the Overall Floding and Water Quality Priority Result
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Flooding and Water Quality PriorityPercent of Overall Flooding and Water Quality PriorityPercent of area in the parcel that has at least moderate priority for the Overall Flooding and Water Quality Priority Result
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Heat and Poor Air Quality PriorityHeat IslandsWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Heat Islands (yes/no)
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Heat and Poor Air Quality PriorityHigh predicted ozoneWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for High Predicted Ozone (yes/no)
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Heat and Poor Air Quality PriorityGaps in tree canopy coverWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Gaps in Tree Canopy Cover (yes/no)
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Heat and Poor Air Quality PriorityAcres of Overall heat and poor air quality priorityNumber of acres in the parcel that has at least moderate priority for the Overall Heat and Poor Air Quality Priority Result
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Heat and Poor Air Quality PriorityPercent of Overall heat and poor air quality priorityPercent of area in the parcel that has at least moderate priority for the Overall Heat and Poor Air Quality Priority Result
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Heat and Poor Air Quality PriorityOverall heat and poor air quality priorityWhether the parcel has at least moderate priority for Overall Heat and Poor Air Quality Priority (yes/no)
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent people of color in block group (EJScreen)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent low income households in block group (EJScreen)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent linguistically isolated households in block group (EJScreen)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent population with no HS education in block group (EJScreen)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent population under 5 in block group (EJScreen)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent population over 64 in block group (EJScreen)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent disabled population in Census Tract (ACS)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent households with no car in Census Tract (ACS)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent population under 19 in census tract (ACS)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent refugee population in zip code (Austin Public Health)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent economically disadvantaged students in school district (TEA)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent uninsured population of the census tract (ACS)Enter numerical value
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ACS, EJScreen, and Other Demographic InformationPercent population with low access to healthy food (USDA)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent asthma among children in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent poor mental health among children in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent obesity among children in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent asthma among adults in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent cancer among adults in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent COPD among adults in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent diabetes among adults in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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ICC and CDC 500 Cities Health DataPercent heart disease among adults in zip code (ICC)Enter numerical value
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