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Small areas

Small Area Estimates Program (SAEP) estimates are meant to provide a consistent set of small area population and housing data for statewide applications. SAEP estimates are generated for census areas and other areas of statewide significance.

Before using the SAEP estimates, please see the SAEP User Guide to gain a better understanding of the data and methods behind the estimates as well as limitations in their use. For more specific information about the 2013 data release, please see the User Notes and Errata document.

Please note that SAEP estimates are NOT the official state population estimates used for revenue distribution and program administration related to cities and counties. Users interested in city and county estimates should see the state's official April 1 population estimates program.

Estimates for census areas

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Census block groups
Census designated places
Census tracts
Congressional districts [2012]
Congressional districts [2012] (county parts)
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Public Use Microdata Areas
School districts
School districts (county parts)
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State legislative districts [2012]
State legislative districts [2012] (county parts)
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Traffic analysis zones
Tribal areas
Urban areas
Urban areas (county parts)
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Urban growth areas
Urban growth areas (county parts)
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ZIP Code Tabulation Areas
ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (county parts)
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Estimates for other areas

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Fire protection districts (unincorporated)
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Selected islands (county parts)
Urban growth areas (unincorporated), DOT
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Water Resource Inventory Areas, ECY
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Note: To improve performance, the KML files have simplified polygon geometry.