Census Data

American Community Survey 5-Year 2006-2010 Low and Moderate Income Summary Data

Estimates have been prepared at the Census Bureau's Geographic Summary Level 150 : State-County-Census Tract-Block Group. Additional Summary levels are also made available for cities, towns, counties and Census Designated Places and Census Civil Divisions. Each block group record has an identification section containing Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) codes and names for the block group, census tract, county and state, plus the name, type, and the HUD Unit-of-Government-Identification-Code for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) grantee with jurisdiction over the block group area for FY 2016.

American Community Survey 5-Year 2008-2012 CDBG Disability Data

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program requires grantees to consider the needs of persons with disabilities in planning and carrying out activities financed with CDBG funds. Grantees need to report on the number of persons with disabilities that have benefited from certain types of activities. The 2008-2012 American Community Survey provides the information needed to fulfill this requirement. Estimates have been prepared at the Census Bureau's Geographic Summary Level 080: State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract. Guidance on how to use these data to report accomplishments in IDIS is available on the Reporting Race/Ethnicity Data for Activities Providing Access for Persons with Disabilities web page.

Census 2000 CDBG Disability Data

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program requires grantees to consider the needs of persons with disabilities in planning and carrying out activities financed with CDBG funds. Grantees need to report on the number of persons with disabilities that have benefited from certain types of activities. Census 2000 provides the information needed to fulfill this requirement. Racial/ethnic data for persons with disabilities will be provided at a later date along with additional guidance on how to use these data to report accomplishments in IDIS.

Census 2000 Low and Moderate Income Summary Data

Estimates have been prepared at the Census Bureau's Geographic Summary Level 090 : State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract-Urban/Rural-Block Group. Estimates prepared at this level may be totaled to the city, town, county and other higher-level geographic areas. Each block group record has an identification section containing Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) codes and names for the state, county, city/township, and metropolitan area, plus the name, type, and the HUD Unit-of-Government-Identification-Code for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) grantee with jurisdiction over the block group area for FY 2014.

Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF1) 100-Percent data

The file includes the following population items: sex, age, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, household relationship, and household and family characteristics. Housing items include occupancy status and tenure (whether the unit is owner or renter occupied). SF1 does not include information on incomes, poverty status, overcrowded housing or age of housing.

Related Resources

Consolidated Planning CHAS Data
CHAS data are used by HOME and CDBG jurisdictions to prepare their consolidated plans.