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NameDescription

1990 Census 1990 U.S. Decennial Census population and housing characteristics (age, race, unit counts) and socioeconomic characteristics (income, educational attainment, occupation, housing value) for counties, cities, tracts, block groups, and blocks.

2000 Census 2000 U.S. Decennial Census population and housing characteristics (age, race, unit counts) and socioeconomic characteristics (income, educational attainment, occupation, disability, housing value) for counties, cities, tracts, block groups, ZIP codes, school districts, and user-specified addresses. For GIS files for 2010 Census, please visit the GIS Page.

2010 Census 2010 U.S. Decennial Census population characteristics (age, race, gender) and housing unit counts for counties, cities, tracts, block groups, and blocks. For GIS files for 2010 Census, please visit the GIS Page.

American Community Survey Socioeconomic characteristics (age, race, income, poverty, occupation, housing value) from Census Bureau surveys conducted over five-year periods for counties, cities, tracts, and block groups. Replaces data formerly collected as part of the U. S. Decennial Census.

Daytime Population “The concept of the daytime population refers to the number of people who are present in an area during normal business hours, including workers. This is in contrast to the 'resident' population present during the evening and nighttime hours. Information on the expansion or contraction experienced by different communities between nighttime and daytime populations is important for many planning purposes, including those dealing with transportation, disaster, and relief operations” U.S. Census Bureau (Journey to Work).

Demographic Forecast Population and employment projections to the year 2040 for counties, districts, small planning areas, and select cities. Data available for Collin, Dallas Denton, Ellis, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise counties. For GIS files for Demographic Forecast, please visit the GIS Page.

Features, Development Monitoring, and Major Employers Major developments in the 16-county region categorized by status (existing, under construction, announced, or conceptual) and usage (office, retail, education, etc.). This program also tracks employers with more than 100 on-site employees. To download GIS data for Features, Development Monitoring, and Major Employers please visit the GIS data page.

GIS NCTCOG’s geographic information system data and products are derived from a variety of sources and made available as a public service. These data are not suitable for site-specific decision making nor should they be used to make financial or other commitments. We provide vector data: point, line, or polygon in an ESRI shapefile (SHP) format. The download files (.zip) include metadata. Please note that you will need GIS or mapping software to view and use the data and products. The coordinate system for NCTCOG GIS data is NAD 1983, State Plane, Texas, North Central zone, feet. For GIS data please visit: OpenData.

Land Use Land classified by use (34 categories) for the NCTCOG region. For Land Use GIS data please visit: OpenData.

Population Estimates Current-year population and housing unit estimates for cities and counties within 16-county region.

Small Area Estimates NCTCOG Small Area Estimates include population and employment estimates at the Census tract, city and county level. Estimates for each year are derived independently and do not represent a time series.

 

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