If you are thinking of applying for a Community Block Development Grant (CDBG), use the visualization below to find out if your community is eligible. This visualization can help you find the low-moderate income (LMI) data for your area, as well as the margin of error you must meet if submitting your own income survey.

Sources: 
U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, ACS 5-Year 2011-2015 Low-and-Moderate Income Summary Data

Block Groups (incl. MOEs)
Counties (no MOEs)
Cities/Towns/Villages (incl. MOEs)

(Dashboard Updated: 4/16/2019)

A Guide to Using this Visualization

This page is sharing information with the help of a data visualization platform called Tableau.  We want your experience with Tableau to be good, so we included some helpful tips below.

If you hover the map, the toolbar shown below will show up in the top left corner.

The following icons are in the toolbar along with descriptions of what that tool does:

Search for a city, county, or state (because this search covers the whole globe, some smaller cities may not be searchable.
Zoom in (+) or out (-)
Return to the map to its default view and zoom level
Create a rectangle to zoom into a selected portion of the map
Select geographies on the map with a rectangle, circle, or a freehand region

Another way to make selections on the map is to click on the geographies. If you hold down the Ctrl key or the Command key on a Mac, you’ll be able to make multiple selections.

1. Click the Download button, located in the bottom right corner of the visualization. Show in red in the image below:

2. Click PDF.

3. Change settings as desired and then click Generate.

4. Once the window stating, “The PDF has been generated.” appears, click Download.

5. Print or save the PDF that you downloaded.

1. Click the Download button, located in the bottom right corner of the visualization. Show in red in the image below:

2. Click Image.

3. Once the window stating, “The image has been generated.” appears, click Download.

4. Print or save the image that you downloaded.

1. Click the Download button, located in the bottom right corner of the visualization. Show in red in the image below.

2. Click Data. If the Data option is unavailable, you’ll have to make a selection from the visualization of what you want to download.

3. Once the window “View Data” window comes up select from the summary or full data tabs and click the link that says “Download all rows as a text file”. The summary tab will show all the data selected plus the calculated fields being summarized on-the-fly in the visualization. The full data tab will just show the selected data in its original form, without the calculated fields.

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