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State-based Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas Maps

Metropolitan, micropolitan, and combined statistical areas are defined by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas (collectively known as core based statistical areas) consist of one or more counties. Combined statistical areas consist of multiple metropolitan or micropolitan statistical areas. To learn more about metropolitan, micropolitan, and combined statistical areas, please visit the Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas page.

These page-size state maps show the boundaries of each state, the counties within the state, and the CBSAs that are either completely or partially within the state. Maps are provided for each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.


CBSA Februrary 2013

February 2013

CBSA boundaries and names are as of February, 2013. All other boundaries and names are as of January 1, 2012. The naming convention for these files is 'cbsa2013_XX.pdf' where XX stands for the respective postal abbreviation (i.e. Alabama = cbsa2013_AL.pdf). FGDC metadata



CBSA November 2004

November 2004

CBSA boundaries and names are as of November, 2004. All other boundaries and names are as of January 1, 2002. The naming convention for these files is 'cbsa2004_XX.pdf' where XX stands for the respective postal abbreviation (i.e. Alabama = cbsa2004_AL.pdf). FGDC metadata



December 2003

December 2003

CBSA boundaries and names are as of December 2003.All other boundaries and names ares as of January 1, 2002. The naming convention for these files is cbsa2003c_XX.pdf' where XX stands for the respective postal abbreviation (i.e. Alabama = cbsa2003c_AL.pdf). FGDC metadata



June 6, 2003 revised

June 2003 (revised) *

CBSA boundaries and names are as of June 6, 2003 with the exception of three names in New York that have been subsequently revised. All other boundaries and names ares as of January 1, 2002. The naming convention for these files is 'cbsa2003b_XX.pdf' where XX stands for the respective postal abbreviation (i.e. Alabama = cbsa2003b_AL.pdf). FGDC metadata



June 6, 2003 original

June 2003 (original) *

CBSA boundaries and names are as of June 6, 2003. All other boundaries and names are as of January 1, 2002. The naming convention for these files is 'cbsa2003a_XX.pdf' where XX stands for the respective postal abbreviation (i.e. Alabama = cbsa2003a_AL.pdf). FGDC metadata



*  The title differences between the June 6, 2003 (original) maps and the June 6, 2003 (revised) maps are:

  • The Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Tonawanda, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area became the Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  • The New York-Newark-Edison, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area became the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  • The Suffolk County-Nassau County, NY Metropolitan Division became the Nassau-Suffolk, NY Metropolitan Division.


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Geography | (301) 763-1128 |  Last Revised: October 03, 2014