K-12 students using free or reduced-price meals

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Free and reduced Price meal mapA map showing population density of students who rely on free or reduced price meals in Los Angeles. Maps developed by Arthur Gailes.

Kindergarten through Grade 12 students who benefit from free or reduced-price meals are more likely to experience food insecurity during the California Shelter in Place Directive. This set of maps highlights the neighborhoods that are most in need of assistance.

Click on a city name below to view its map. Cities are listed alphabetically.

  1. Anaheim
  2. Arcadia
  3. Bakersfield
  4. Bellflower
  5. Buena Park
  6. Burbank
  7. Carson
  8. Cerritos
  9. Clovis
  10. Compton
  11. Concord
  12. Downey
  13. El Monte
  14. Escondido
  15. Fontana
  16. Fresno
  17. Fullerton
  18. Garden Grove
  19. Hawthorne
  20. Industry
  21. Inglewood
  22. Jurupa Valley
  23. Lakewood
  24. Lancaster
  25. Long Beach
  26. Los Angeles
  27. Lynwood
  28. Modesto
  29. Monterey Park
  30. Moreno Valley
  31. National
  32. Norwalk
  33. Oakland
  34. Oxnard
  35. Palmdale
  36. Perris
  37. Pomona
  38. Rialto
  39. Richmond
  40. Riverside
  41. Sacramento
  42. Salinas
  43. San Bernardino
  44. San Diego
  45. Santa Ana
  46. Santa Fe Springs
  47. Santa Maria
  48. South Gate
  49. Stockton
  50. Tustin
  51. Victorville
  52. Visalia
  53. Vista
  54. West Covina