In addition to the US Census, there are a number of other organizations and agencies providing data on population, housing, and the economy. The web pages of data providers with whom the Planning Commission partners, as well as other entities who distribute valuable information relevant to Chester County, are listed below.

Pennsylvania State Data Center

The Pennsylvania State Data Center serves as Pennsylvania's official source of population and economic statistics. The data center acts as Pennsylvania's liaison to the Census Bureau and the state's representative to the Federal-State Cooperative Programs for Population Estimates and for Population Projections. Visit Website

US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pennsylvania Information

The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor is the principal federal agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions, and price changes in the economy. Visit Website

PA Department of Education Data and Statistics

The Pennsylvania Department of Education compiles and analyzes a wide variety of information about schools, student progress, graduation rates, school districts, and other useful statistics. Visit Website

Open Data PA, the Commonwealth Open Data Portal

The Commonwealth of PA Governor's Office of Administration maintains this portal, which makes data sets available in order to measure government performance, engage citizens, create economic opportunities, and develop innovative policy solutions. Visit Website