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POPULATION
New York City Geographies

 

2010 Geographies
PDF Document Table G-1

Table G-1: New York City 2000 Census Tracts with Boundary/Number Changes (involving block pop) For 2010 Census

PDF Document NTAs (Names & Codes)
PDF Document NTAs (Tracts & Streets)
Maps of Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs). Neighborhood Tabulation Areas, or NTAs, are aggregations of census tracts that are subsets of New York City's 55 Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints, NTA boundaries and their associated names may not definitively represent neighborhoods.
PDF Document PUMA/Community
District Map
A map showing the relationship between Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs) and Community Districts (CDs). The 55 Census designated PUMA subareas approximate New York City’s Community Districts and are not coterminous. The Census Bureau sets a minimum PUMA population requirement at 100,000 persons.
Excel Document Census Tract/
NTA/PUMA
Equivalencies

A file that shows the relationship between 2010 census tracts, Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs), and Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs).

PDF Document CD Notes

Geographic notes on Community Districts (CDs)

 

 

2000 Geographies
PDF Document Table G-1 New York City 1990 Census Tracts with Boundary/Number Changes for 2000 Census, March 30, 2001
PDF Document Table G-2 Designation of Parks, Cemeteries and Airports and Suppression of 2000 Census Tract Data in Maps
PDF Document Table G-5 Shifts in Population as a Result of Census Tract Boundary Changes 1990 and 2000 Censuses - New York City
Excel Document Table G-6

New York City 1990 to 2000 Census Block Equivalency:
Bronx (0.6 mb), Brooklyn (1.2 mb), Manhattan (0.5 mb),
Queens
(1.8 mb), Staten Island (0.7 mb)

PDF Document Table G-3 2000 Community District Geography Notes
PDF Document Table G-4 New York City 2000 Census Tracts within Community Districts
PDF Document Table G-7 The Construction of Community District Geography in
2000 Census Files

 


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