The interactive map above represents the percentage of housing stock in each municipality rated affordable. Clicking on a specific area will create a text box indicating both the municipality’s name and percentage of affordable housing. Gray areas indicate municipalities with less than 5% affordable housing. The other municipalities are varying shades of red. This sliding color scale indicates the more affordable housing stock available. Darker colors indicate municipalities where a larger percentage of housing is defined as affordable. For example, we know that within the City of Hartford, represented by a dark red in the center of the map, about 37% of housing is deemed “affordable.” This map does not include every Connecticut municipality. “Affordability” is defined under the Connecticut Statute 8-30g.