Updated February 4, 2019
Lowest Level Geography2
|September 13, 2018||
1-Year Data Release:3
|Places, County Subdivisions (where available)4 Geographies of 65,000+ population Exception: Ranking Tables – the lowest level is States
|1-Year Summary File||Places, County Subdivisions (where available)|
|October 18, 2018||1-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File||Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA)|
|1-Year Supplemental Estimates Release:
||Places, County Subdivisions (where available) Geographies of 20,000+ population|
|December 6, 2018||5-Year Data Release:3
|5-Year Summary File||Block Group
|5-Year Narrative Profiles (on ACS website)||Census Tracts
|January 17, 20195 (Actual release: February 7, 2019)||5-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File||Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA)|
|5-Year Variance Replicate Estimates||Block Group|
1 For information on the types of data products available, see the ACS Data Tables on American FactFinder.
2 The lowest level of geography refers to the Census geographic hierarchy. For more information on census geography, see the Geographic Terms and Concepts.
3 Media embargos will be available 48 hours before the public releases of the ACS 1-year estimates in September and the ACS 5-year estimates in December. To learn more about the embargos and what will be new with upcoming releases, tune into the pre-release webinars. They are typically held on Mondays during the week of the release. Please check the ACS Events page for updates.
4 For definitions of the types of geographic areas listed, see the Geographic Terms and Concepts.
5 Due to the government shutdown, the release schedule for the 2013-2017 ACS 5-year PUMS files and 2013-2017 ACS Variance Replicate Estimates Tables was adjusted from the original release date of January 17th.