The economic programs at Census typically produce data for the following six levels of geography: National, States, Metro Areas, Counties, Places, and ZIP Codes. Some of the programs also produce data additional geographies such as Regions, Divisions, and Commodity Flow Survey Metro Areas. To learn more about each level of geography, please visit the Guidance for Geographies Users section.
Economic Census Geographic Coverage
Tables denoting geographic coverage for states, metro areas, counties, places, & ZIP codes in the Economic Census by sector & other economic programs.
Economic Census Geographic Levels
Descriptions of the various geography levels, including states, counties, regions & divisions, metropolitan areas, ZIP codes, places & consolidated cities, etc.
Economic Census Reference Maps
Maps that show boundaries and names of geographic areas for which the Census Bureau tabulates statistical data, but which do not visualize data.