2010 Census Mail Return Rate

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This layer displays areas defined as Hard to Count by the United States decennial census. Data is from the US Census Planning Database and included 2010 Response Rates, Mail Return Rates, Low Response Score, and ACS Response Rates. More information on how about US Census Hard to Count areas can be found here .

2010 Census Low Response Score

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This layer displays areas defined as Hard to Count by the United States decennial census. Data is from the US Census Planning Database and included 2010 Response Rates, Mail Return Rates, Low Response Score, and ACS Response Rates. More information on how about US Census Hard to Count areas can be found here .

ACS 13-17 Self Response Score

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This layer displays areas defined as Hard to Count by the United States decennial census. Data is from the US Census Planning Database and included 2010 Response Rates, Mail Return Rates, Low Response Score, and ACS Response Rates. More information on how about US Census Hard to Count areas can be found here .

Census 2020 Response Rates by Census Tract (Daily Update)

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This layer displays self-response rates from households that have responded to the 2020 Census online, by mail, or by phone. Map data are updated daily to reflect current, cumulative response rates.
Note: this layer uses the planned 2020 census tract boundaries.

911 Service Areas

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911 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) service area boundaries in the United States According to the National Emergency Number Association (NENA), a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) is a facility equipped and staffed to receive 9-1-1 calls. The service area is the geographic area within which a 911 call placed using a landline is answered at the associated PSAP. This dataset only includes primary PSAPs. Secondary PSAPs, backup PSAPs, and wireless PSAPs have been excluded from this dataset. Primary PSAPs receive calls directly, whereas secondary PSAPs receive calls that have been transferred by a primary PSAP. Backup PSAPs provide service in cases where another PSAP is inoperable. Most military bases have their own emergency telephone systems. For more information visit the Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level Data (HIFLD) website