We would like to thank representatives of the following organizations, many of whom spoke with us as we developed the Eviction Tracking System. They were invaluable in collecting and providing context around these data.
A number of other groups and organizations have, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, produced systems to track eviction filings in real-time.
- Legal Services Corporation (LSC) has built an eviction tracker with filing data on several states and hundreds of counties.
- The Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania has developed a report with detailed eviction data in Pennsylvania.
- The Open Justice Oklahoma has developed the Oklahoma Court Tracker, which counts evictions filed across the state of Oklahoma since March 15th, 2020.
- Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab is monitoring eviction filings in Pittsburgh, PA.
- The Eviction Solidarity Network in Austin, TX has built a dashboard to track eviction filings in Travis County.
- January Advisors has built a dashboard tracking eviction cases in Harris County, TX.
- SLC Renters Together has developed a map of evictions in Salt Lake City.
- The Legal Aid Justice Center in Charlottesville, VA has developed a dashboard and map tracking eviction filings in Virginia.
- A team lead by Elora Raymond (Georgia Tech), Erik Woodworth (Atlanta Regional Commission), and Sarah Stein (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) have constructed the Atlanta Region Eviction Tracker.
- Sam Taub has built an eviction tracker for the state of New Mexico.
- The Right to Counsel NYC Coalition maintains the Eviction Crisis Monitor in New York City.
- Texas Housers has developed an Eviction Diversion Tracker which details out emergency rent relief distribution and eviction cases throughout the state of Texas.
- The King County Bar Association has an Eviction Tracker for King County, WA.
- The Eviction Research Network collects, analyzes, and maps eviction data while helping other researchers map and analyze theirs. They track and map eviction data in several states across the country.
- Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing has been tracking eviction data in Chicago.
January 27, 2022