Washington Tracking Network (WTN)

Welcome to WTN, a Washington State Department of Health program focused on making public health data more accessible. WTN staff keep data in all tools up to date and develop additional data based on need and availability. Data are available for download and exploration using our five tools.

You can navigate to the topic you are interested in using our Topics List. Each of our topic pages has buttons to help with finding information on that topic through the appropriate tool(s).

Our Community Reports tool organizes information differently than the other four WTN tools. It presents comprehensive information about a geographic area, instead of information on a specific topic. If you are interested in what data is available for a location, rather than for a given topic, use the Community Reports tool.

Click each button to learn more about each tool, including how to use the tool and what kinds of information are presented in each tool.



Data Portal

Information by Location

WTN On The Go

 Community Report


WTN's mission is to provide health and environmental data and tools, develop partnerships, and inform data-driven policy and programmatic decisions, with the goal of improving health and health equity in Washington.

Contact Us

For information or questions related to the Washington Tracking Network, email DOH.WTN@doh.wa.gov.

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National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program


WTN is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Environmental Public Health Tracking. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the Department of Health and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.