2 edition of Census divisions and census subdivisions found in the catalog.
Census divisions and census subdivisions
|Other titles||Census Canada, 1991., Population and dwelling counts.|
|Series||Population and dwelling counts|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
Census Bureau may treat an independent city as a county equivalent, county subdivision, and place. Yukon A territory treated as a single census division. The ANSI codes also match for those entities. Available Separately from Caliper Voting Districts Voting districts are areas, such as precincts, wards, and election districts, established by state, local, and tribal governments for the purpose of conducting elections.
For such records, the place name is followed by the designation "pt" which stands for part. If the population of an urban core is less than 50, it is the starting point for the construction of a 'census agglomeration'. Consolidated cities are where an incorporated place and its county or minor civil division MCD have merged. The legal powers and functions of MCDs vary from state to state.
The state of Alaska and the Census Bureau cooperatively delineate the census subareas to serve as the statistical Census divisions and census subdivisions book of MCDs. In Newfoundland and Labrador, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, provincial or territorial law does not provide for these administrative geographic areas. They include minor civil divisions MCDs are the primary governmental or administrative divisions of a county such as boroughs, towns, and townshipscensus county divisions CCDs were established by the Census Bureau in 21 states where there are no legally established MCDscensus subareas, and unorganized territories. The Census Bureau recognizes such separate pieces of territory as one or more separate county subdivisions for census purposes. Statistical Entities Census County Divisions CCDs are areas delineated by the Census Bureau in cooperation with state officials and local officials for statistical purposes. Available Separately from Caliper Urbanized Areas and Urban Clusters An urbanized area consists of densely settled territory that contains 50, or more people.
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However, in a few cases, Statistics Canada groups two or more units into a single statistical division: In Ontario, Haldimand County and Norfolk County are grouped as a single census division, as are Brant and Brantford. In Yukon, the census division is equivalent to the entire territory.
CCD boundaries usually follow visible features and, in most cases, coincide with census tract boundaries. Archived Content Census division CD Part A - Short definition: Group of neighbouring municipalities joined together for the purposes of regional planning and managing common services such as police or ambulance services.
Regional municipalities are usually census divisions where an interconnected cluster of urban centres or suburbs forms the majority of the division's area and population, but no single centre is overwhelmingly dominant over the others. Included with TransCAD.
In some states, all or some Census divisions and census subdivisions book places are subordinate to the MCDs in which they are located. Although Oxford County and the District Municipality of Muskoka are not called regions, they are defined as regional municipalities under Part 1, Section 1 of the Ontario Municipal Act, They generally provide the following services: maintenance and construction of arterial roads in both rural and urban areas, transit, policingsewer and water systems, waste disposalregion-wide land use planning and development, as well as health and social services.
Census divisions and census subdivisions book following summary levels have a hierarchical relationship reflected in their summary level codes and are listed from smallest to largest: Blocks: Blocks are the smallest entity for which the Census Bureau collects and tabulates census information.
The County layer included with Maptitude is ideal for demographic mapping of county data. The District of Columbia has no primary divisions and the jurisdiction is treated as the equivalent of a county. It is a combination of adjacent census subdivisions typically consisting of larger, more Census divisions and census subdivisions book census subdivisions and smaller, more densely populated census subdivisions.
Available Separately from Caliper Urbanized Areas and Urban Clusters An urbanized area consists of densely settled territory that contains 50, or more people. In rural areas, however, a census block may be larger and bounded by streets, streams, railroad tracks, city limits, or county boundaries.
The primary legal divisions of Puerto Rico are termed "municipios" and are treated by the U. Regional municipalities are found only in Southern Ontario. Yes Yukon has no regional government, and is not subdivided by the census.
Available Separately from Caliper Voting Districts Voting districts are areas, such as precincts, wards, and election districts, established by state, local, and tribal governments for the purpose of conducting elections. MCDs are the primary divisions of a county. Component ID: ti Statistical Entities Census County Divisions CCDs are areas delineated by the Census Bureau in cooperation with state officials and local officials for statistical purposes.
There are about 11 million census blocks nationwide as of the Census. In addition to political boundaries such as states and counties, the Census Bureau also creates smaller levels of geography so that data can be tabulated to smaller units.
Nunavut Census divisions correspond with the administrative regions of Nunavut. In Louisiana, these primary divisions are known as parishes. Ontario Census divisions consist of "upper-tier" municipalities counties, districts, regional municipalities, single-tier cities.
Therefore, Statistics Canada, in cooperation with these provinces and territories, has created equivalent areas called census divisions for the purpose of disseminating statistical data.
In Alaska, the county equivalents consist of legally organized boroughs, municipalities, and "census areas" delineated for statistical purposes by the State of Alaska and the Census Bureau since A "census metropolitan area" CMA is a grouping of census subdivisions comprising a large urban area the "urban core" and those surrounding "urban fringes" with which it is closely integrated.
Incorporated places can cross both county and MCD boundaries. In Quebec, 93 of 98 census divisions correspond precisely to the territory of one regional county municipality with the addition of Indian reserves, which do not legally belong to RCMs or a "territory equivalent to an RCM" which usually corresponds to a single independent city.
The PEP produces estimates of the unincorporated "balance of county" area for counties that are not entirely composed of incorporated places. See List of census divisions of Quebec. For such records, the place name is followed by the designation "pt" which stands for part.Census divisions and subdivisions, Western provinces and the territories = Divisions et subdivisions de recensement, provinces de l'Ouest et les territoires.
by Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada. There are 49 census divisions of Ontario used by Statistics Canada to aggregate census data.
With two exceptions, they correspond to Ontario's first-level administrative divisions, of which there are three types: single-tier municipalities, upper-tier municipalities (which can be regional municipalities or counties), and districts. A census consolidated subdivision is a geographic unit between census division and census subdivision.
It is a combination of adjacent census subdivisions typically consisting of larger, more rural census subdivisions and smaller, more densely populated census subdivisions.Florida; county subdivisions, census county divisions and places.
Contributor Names United States. Pdf of the Census. Book/Printed Material San Saba Co. Shows land ownership. LC Land ownership maps, Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.Shows minor civil divisions and census-designated places. "Sources: Base map from U.S.
Geological Survey, New York, County, county subdivision, and place boundaries certified by local officials, January 1, ".Census Year Census divisions and census subdivisions, Atlantic provinces = Divisions de recensement et subdivisions de recensement, provinces de l'Atlantique.