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Climate-Ready States & Cities Initiative Grantees

Map of Category 1 and 2 locations


Arizona Department of Health Services
Health Impacts: Health effects due to extreme heat

California Department of Health

Florida Department of Health

Illinois Department of Public Health (The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois)

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Under Construction

Massachusetts Department of Health
Health Impacts: Water, food, and vector borne diseases, heat stress, hazardous weather events, respiratory diseases

Michigan Department of Community Health
Health Impacts: Heat related disease, respiratory disease

Minnesota Department of Health
Health Impacts: Extreme heat events, vector borne disease

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services

New York State Department of Health
Health Impacts: Extreme weather, waterborne, food-borne, and vector disease

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Health Impacts: Heat-related morbidity and mortality, respiratory illness, water-borne and vector-borne disease

North Carolina Department of Public Health
Health Impacts: Temperature related morbidity and mortality; extreme weather; air pollution; water, food, and vector borne diseases

Oregon Department of Health
Health Impacts: Water and food borne diseases, extreme weather, ecosystems

Rhode Island Department of Health

San Francisco Department of Public Health
Health Impacts: Heat stress morbidity and mortality associated with air quality impacts
An Assessment of San Francisco's Vulnerability to Flooding & Extreme Storms [PDF - 7 MB]

State of Maine Department of Health and Human Services
Health Impacts: Heat related outcomes, vector-borne disease

Vermont Department of Health

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

For more information on CDC's Climate-Ready States & Cities Initiative please feel free to send an e-mail to: climateandhealth@cdc.gov

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