Show the outlines of the counties and Metropolitan/Micropolitan Areas within the State.
Show the outlines (or partial outlines) of Metropolitan/Micropolitan Areas that cross into the subject State.
The extent of the partial outlines shown is determined by the zoom level of the map.
Titles are shown for counties and Metropolitan/Micropolitan Areas.
The font used identifies the Combined Statistical Areas, Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Micropolitan Statistical Areas.
Show the outlines and titles of all places (cities, towns, townships, villages, etc.) within (or that cross into) each county.
A degree symbol or asterisk at the end of the county title denotes that the county is in a Metropolitan Statistical Area or a Micropolitan Statistical Area (respectively).
Includes a State inset map that shows the relative location of the county within the State.
Each place is identified for comparability between the 2002 and 2007 Economic Censuses.
Incorporated Places that were valid in the 2002 Economic Census and are unchanged for the 2007 Economic Censuses are shaded in purple.
Incorporated Places that were valid in the
2002 Economic Census but are no longer valid for the 2007 Economic Census
(are now included in the "Balance of county" place) are shaded in grey and
Incorporated Places that were not valid in the 2002 Economic Census (were included in the "Balance of county" place) but are now valid for the 2007 Economic Census are shaded in green and their title is shown in a larger Times New Roman font.
Unincorporated Places (Census Designated Places) that were not valid in the 2002 Economic Census (were included in the "Balance of county" place) but are now valid for the 2007 Economic Census are shaded in green and their title is shown in a smaller Ariel font.
Combined Statistical/Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area Maps
Show the outlines of the component Metropolitan/Micropolitan Areas as well as the counties within each Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area.
Maps for Combined Statistical Areas (CSA) show the outlines of the component Metropolitan Statistical Area(s), Micropolitan Statistical Area(s) and/or Metropolitan Division(s) within the CSA.
Separate maps for Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Micropolitan Statistical Areas, which are not part of a Combined Statistical Area, are provided.
The file naming convention of each of these map types mirrors the GEO_ID code for the subject geography, which is disseminated with the data in American FactFinder.