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Recently Updated for 113th (2013-2014) Congressional Districts

Novogradac & Company and PolicyMap have updated this tool and the data in the searchable maps below reflects the 113th congressional district boundaries as determined by the 2010 census.

Updated Eligibility Data

On May 1, 2012, the CDFI Fund released updated NMTC program eligibility based on the 2006-2010 American Community Survey (ACS). The NMTC Qualifying Census Tracts Mapping Tool below features the 2006-2010 ACS Data.

NMTC Census Data Transition FAQs (October 17, 2012)
NMTC 2006-2010 American Community Survey Eligibility Data (October 17, 2012)
List of Qualifying NMTC Census Tracts Within High Migration Rural Counties (May 1, 2012)

NMTC Mapping Tool - 2006-2010 ACS Data

 

QLICIs by State and District

 

Submit Investment Data for the Mapping Tool

NMTC industry participants may complete the NMTC Mapping Tool Participation Form to share data points for inclusion in Novogradac & Company's NMTC Qualifying Census Tracts Mapping Tool.

Questions? Problems?

Please submit questions or report problems using this NMTC Mapping Tool Error Form.

Video: How To Use the Mapping Tool

 

List of NMTC-Eligible Census Tracts Located in Non-Metropolitan Counties

As part of its efforts to ensure that non-metropolitan counties receive a proportional allocation QEIs under the NMTC program, the CDFI Fund published this list identifying 6,488 NMTC-eligible census tracts located in non-metropolitan counties. The CDFI Fund says these census tracts qualify for NMTC investments because they have a poverty rate of at least 20 percent and/or a median family income that is at or below 80 percent of the applicable area median family income.

Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas

List of All Counties and Their Corresponding MSA

Targeted Populations and Communities

List of Qualifying NMTC Census Tracts Within High Migration Rural Counties

IRS Notice on Targeted Populations

List of Qualifying Counties and Eligible Low-Income Communities

Map of Gulf Opportunity Zones

Katrina Severely Damaged Census Tracts

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Interactive Risk Assessment Maps

Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas of the United States and Puerto Rico, December 2003

This Census Bureau map shows metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas, metropolitan divisions and their component counties. Click the image for a larger version.

 

Urban/Rural and Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan Population:  2000  


Urban/rural and metropolitan/nonmetropolitan population


Number


Percent

 

 

 

United States

281,421,906

100.0

 

 

 

URBAN AND RURAL

 

 

Urban

222,360,539

79.0

In urbanized area

192,323,824

68.3

In central place

109,705,763

39.0

Not in central place

82,618,061

29.4

In urban cluster

30,036,715

10.7

In central place

22,844,647

8.1

Not in central place

7,192,068

2.6

Rural

59,061,367

21.0

Place of 2,500 or more

4,089,599

1.5

Place of 1,000 to 2,499

4,989,152

1.8

Place of less than 1,000

3,821,336

1.4

Not in place

46,161,280

16.4

 

 

 

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA

 

 

In metropolitan area

225,981,679

80.3

In central city

85,401,127

30.3

Not in central city

140,580,552

50.0

Urban

114,885,009

40.8

In urbanized area

105,628,220

37.5

In urban cluster

9,256,789

3.3

Rural

25,695,543

9.1

Not in metropolitan area

55,440,227

19.7

Urban

22,695,347

8.1

In urbanized area

2,708,887

1.0

In urban cluster

19,986,460

7.1

Rural

32,744,880

11.6

*Note: Rural areas can be in both Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan areas.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Summary File 1, Matrix P1.

Census 2000 Geographic Terms and Concepts

Metropolitan Area
The general concept of a metropolitan area (MA) is one of a large population nucleus.  Each MA must contain either a place with a minimum population of 50,000 or a U.S. Census Bureau-defined urbanized area and a total MA population of at least 100,000 (75,000 in New England)

Urban
Within Urban, you have Urbanized Areas and Urban Clusters. 

Urbanized Area (UA)
An urbanized area (UA) consists of densely settled territory that contains 50,000 or more people.

Urban Cluster (UC)
An urban cluster (UC) consists of densely settled territory that has at least 2,500 people but fewer than 50,000 people.

Rural
Rural consists of all territory, population, and housing units located outside of UAs and UCs.