Basic demographic and housing characteristics for various NYC geographies. Highlights presented in a briefing booklet.
Access 2020 Census data, which includes basic demographic and housing characteristics for various types of New York City geographies, and a view of change over time from 2010.
Decennial and ACS data for user defined and for selected statistical geographies
This Briefing Booklet interprets 2020 census results for New York City and captures the changing face of neighborhoods over time.
This report examines neighborhood dynamics of racial/Hispanic change, and how increases in one group are often associated with declines in another. It also views these changes in the context of new housing construction.
The average number of people living in a household in NYC continues to decline, while the city’s population is projected to increase. Housing units will need to be produced both to offset fewer people in each household as well as to accommodate the growing population.
Details on DCP’s participation in the Census Bureau’s Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) and New Construction programs, in preparation for the 2020 Census.
An interactive guide to City Planning’s submission of over a quarter million addresses missed by the Census Bureau.
DCP’s analysis to support the US Regional Census Office and NYC’s census outreach
Overview of 2020 geographies, including updated Neighborhood Tabulation Areas and new Community District Tabulation Areas.
|A note about new 2020 Census geographies:|
2020 Census operations include the revision of statistical geographies, such as census tracts and blocks. DCP has also updated Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs), and has created a new geography called Community District Tabulation Areas (CDTAs). Click here to access an interactive guide to the 2020 Census geographic reconfiguration.