United States Census Regions 2022

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14 Sep 2022

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Census Current (2022) Legal and Statistical Entities Web Map Service; January 1, 2022 vintage.

Census Regions are groupings of states and the District of Columbia that subdivide the United States for the presentation of census data. There are four census regions-Northeast, Midwest, South, and West. Each of the four census regions is divided into two or more census divisions. Puerto Rico and the Island Areas are not part of any census region or census division.

Layer ID 110430
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 4
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Consolidated Cities (Census 2000)

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1823
18
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29 Mar 2009

This dataset was last updated on Koordinates on 29 Mar 2009.

Census 2000 Consolidated Cities Cartographic Boundary Files.

Source: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/cc2000.html
Metadata: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/pl_metadata.html

Layer ID 634
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 10
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United States Census County Subdivisions 2022

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14 Sep 2022

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Census Current (2022) Legal and Statistical Entities Web Map Service; January 1, 2022 vintage.

County Subdivisions are the primary divisions of counties and equivalent entities. They include census county divisions, census subareas, minor civil divisions, and unorganized territories, and can be classified as either legal or statistical. Legal entities are termed minor civil divisions and statistical entities can be either census county divisions, census subareas, or unorganized territories.

Minor Civil Divisions (MCDs) are the primary governmental or administrative divisions of a county in many states (parishes in Louisiana) and of the county equivalents in Puerto Rico and the Island Areas. MCDs in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Island Areas represent many different kinds of legal entities with a wide variety of governmental and/or administrative functions. MCDs include areas variously designated as barrios, barrios-pueblo, boroughs, charter townships, commissioner districts, election districts, election precincts, gores, grants, locations, magisterial districts, parish governing authority districts, plantations, purchases, reservations, supervisor's districts, towns, and townships. The Census Bureau recognizes MCDs in 29 states, Puerto Rico, and the Island Areas. The District of Columbia has no primary divisions, and is considered equivalent to an MCD for statistical purposes.

In some states, all or some incorporated places are not part of any MCD; these places are termed independent places. In nine states-Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Wisconsin-all incorporated places are independent places. In other states, incorporated places are part of, or dependent within, the MCDs in which they are located, or the pattern is mixed-some incorporated places are independent of MCDs and others are included within one or more MCDs.

In New York and Maine, American Indian reservations (AIRs) generally exist outside the jurisdiction of any town (MCD) and thus also serve as the equivalent of MCDs for purposes of data presentation.

In states with legal MCDs, the Census Bureau assigns a default FIPS county subdivision code of 00000 and ANSI code of eight zeroes in some coastal, territorial sea, and Great Lakes water where county subdivisions do not extend into the Great Lakes or out to the three-mile limit.

Census County Divisions (CCDs) are areas delineated by the Census Bureau in cooperation with state, tribal, and local officials for statistical purposes. CCDs have no legal function and are not governmental units. CCD boundaries usually follow visible features and usually coincide with census tract boundaries. The name of each CCD is based on a place, county, or well-known local name that identifies its location.

Census Subareas are statistical subdivisions of boroughs, city and boroughs, municipalities, and census areas, the statistical equivalent entities for counties in Alaska. The state of Alaska and the Census Bureau cooperatively delineate the census subareas to serve as the statistical equivalents of MCDs.

Unorganized Territories (UTs) are defined by the Census Bureau in nine MCD states where portions of counties or equivalent entities are not included in any legally established MCD or incorporated place. The Census Bureau recognizes such separate pieces of territory as one or more separate county subdivisions for census purposes. It assigns each unorganized territory a descriptive name, followed by the designation "UT".

Layer ID 110434
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 36600
Services Vector Query API

California - Incorporated Places (Census 2000)

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1444
40
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29 Mar 2009

This dataset was last updated on Koordinates on 29 Mar 2009.

Census 2000: Incorporated Places/Census Designated Places.

Source: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/pl2000.html
Source: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/pl_metadata.html

Layer ID 637
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 1867
Services Vector Query API

U.S. Colleges and Universities

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870
27
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27 Jun 2019

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Colleges and Universities; January 1, 2016

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Layer ID 98964
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 3351
Services Vector Query API

United States Census Tracts 2022

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14 Sep 2022

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Census Current (2022) Legal and Statistical Entities Web Map Service; January 1, 2022 vintage.

Census Tracts are small, relatively permanent statistical subdivisions of a county or equivalent entity that are updated by local participants prior to each decennial census as part of the Census Bureau's Participant Statistical Areas Program. The Census Bureau delineates census tracts in situations where no local participant existed or where state, local, or tribal governments declined to participate. The primary purpose of census tracts is to provide a stable set of geographic units for the presentation of statistical data.

Census tracts generally have a population size between 1,200 and 8,000 people with an optimum size of 4,000 people. A census tract usually covers a contiguous area; however the spatial size of census tracts varies widely depending on the density of settlement. Census tract boundaries are delineated with the intention of being maintained over a long time so that statistical comparisons can be made from census to census. Census tracts occasionally are split due to population growth or merged as a result of substantial population decline.

Census tract boundaries generally follow visible and identifiable features. They may follow non-visible legal boundaries, such as minor civil division (MCD) or incorporated place boundaries in some states and situations, to allow for census tract-to-governmental unit relationships where the governmental boundaries tend to remain unchanged between censuses. State and county boundaries always are census tract boundaries in the standard census geographic hierarchy. Tribal census tracts are a unique geographic entity defined within federally recognized American Indian reservations and can cross state and county boundaries. Tribal census tracts may be completely different from the census tracts and block groups defined by state and county.

Layer ID 110431
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 85529
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United States Census Incorporated Places 2022

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14 Sep 2022

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Census Current (2022) Legal and Statistical Entities Web Map Service; January 1, 2022 vintage.

Incorporated Places are those reported to the Census Bureau as legally in existence as of the latest Boundary and Annexation Survey (BAS), under the laws of their respective states. An incorporated place is established to provide governmental functions for a concentration of people as opposed to a minor civil division, which generally is created to provide services or administer an area without regard, necessarily, to population. Places always are within a single state or equivalent entity, but may extend across county and county subdivision boundaries. An incorporated place usually is a city, town, village, or borough but can have other legal descriptions. For Census Bureau data tabulation and presentation purposes, incorporated places exclude:

1) The boroughs in Alaska (treated as statistical equivalents of counties).

2) Towns in the New England states, New York, and Wisconsin (treated as MCDs).

3) The boroughs in New York (treated as MCDs).

Layer ID 110442
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 19734
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Cailfornia 5-Digit ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (Census 2000)

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1965
56
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29 Mar 2009

This dataset was last updated on Koordinates on 29 Mar 2009.

Census 2000 5-Digit ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs).

Source: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/z52000.html
Metadata: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/zt_metadata.html

Layer ID 638
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 2490
Services Vector Query API

California - Incorporated Places (Census 1990)

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986
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29 Mar 2009

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1990 Incorporated Places/Census Designated Places.

Source: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/pl1990.html
Metadata: www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/pl_metadata.html

Layer ID 635
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 1538
Services Vector Query API

US Areal Hydrography

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677
1
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27 Jun 2019

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Areal hydrography; January 1, 2018

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This layer is a component of Hydrography.

© Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Layer ID 96087
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 2261972
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