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GOAT (Geographic Online Address Translator) GOAT (Geographic Online Address Translator):
GOAT allows you to enter a New York City geographic location, such as an address, intersection, street segment, street stretch, block and lot or BIN, and returns back related geographic information, such as cross streets, side of street, tax block and lot (AKA Parcel –ID), five-digit ZIP code, census tract and block, police precinct, community district and city council district.
Census FactFinder Census FactFinder:
City Planning’s NYC Census FactFinder application allows users to interactively create population profiles from the 2000 and 2010 Censuses using census tracts or Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs).
History Project History Project:
Archive of planning reports, land use maps and historic photographs documenting a changing urban landscape. Collection of documents related to the 1961 Zoning Resolution is now available.  More material to be added as it is digitized.
Transportation Planning Transportation Planning:
View and download the latest of our bicycle, pedestrian, greenway, and roadway planning projects in the city - including the latest NYC Cycling Map.
Census Map Population:
Data from the 2010 and 2000 censuses and the American Community Survey, analysis of immigration, evaluation studies, population projections, and historical population data.
Neighborhood Map City of Neighborhoods:
Maps of the City showing the 59 Community Districts & hundreds of neighborhoods.
Parking Facilities icon Parking Facilities in New York City:
Interactive maps showing the location of more than 1,900 parking facilities licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs in The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.




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