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You have your choice of 2 output formats: a comma-separated-value
(".csv") file and/or a report format ("listing") file. For each file
you can specify whether you want just the geographic codes, or the codes
and the names associated with them (where applicable), or just the
By default, if you specify more than one kind of geography here then the
application assumes that you want to "and" the selections, keeping only
areas that satisfy all criteria. For example, if you specified three
counties and a metro area, you would only get data based on blocks that
were in both the counties and the metro area (i.e. the
intersection of the selected areas.) To override this default and
choose geographies that satisfy any (rather than all) of
your select criteria -- click here:
All selections made below are in addition to the
state-level or distance-based filtering which you specify
County codes .
Enter 5-digit FIPS county codes with leading zeroes separated by blanks.
You may enter 3-digit codes if you selected only one state. Your output
will be limited to the counties specified.
Metro Area ("CBSA") codes.
Enter 5-digit Core-Based Statistical Area codes here to filter based on the Metropolitan/Micropolitan statistical areas. You can use the special value -99999 to select only those places which are outside any metro or micropolitan area. To look up a metro area code see Metropolitan Statistical Area Codes (part of CCC) or Micropolitan Statistical Area (for the smaller metro area codes).
Note that we no longer support filtering using the old (vintage 2000) 4-digit MSA/CMSA/PMSA codes.
Enter 7-digit FIPS place codes with leading zeroes separated by blanks.
You can enter 5-digit codes if only one state has been selected. Your
output will be limited to the official city limits of these cities as of
the 2010 census.
Enter a value of -99999 to indicate that you want to exclude all areas that are not inside any place.
You will get all areas that are unincorporated and not within a Census Designated Place.
Links are provided here to facilitate obtaining coordinates for your location.
to use google maps to specify Lat/Long or
for links to web sites where you can enter
an address and get its latitude-longitude coordinates.)
Note: If you specify a lat-long location the variable
"distance" will be added to your output. This requires that weighted
centroids also be calculated (set automatically). The "distance"
variable will be between the weighted centroid and the specified
Point. If you specify Ring Pseudo-Geocodes then distance and weighted
centroid values will not be calculated or stored (because
weighted centroids of donuts are misleading).
If you want to limit processing to blocks with center points that fall
in a specified rectangular area you can enter the coordinates for such
a "bounding box" here.
Define the "bounding box" coordinates in decimal degrees:
Internal use only (ignore):