American Community Survey Summary Files

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1. Overview
2. Data Quality
3. Data Organization
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5. Attributes
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7. Metadata Reference

Section 1 Overview
Originator U.S. Census Bureau
Title American Community Survey Summary Files
Abstract American Community Survey (ACS) provides detailed demographic, social, economic, commuting and housing statistics based on continuous survey data collection. Data collected over the most recent 5 years are batched, summarized and published the following year. Three-year summaries of the data are also available but are no longer being produced by the Census Bureau.
Purpose American Community Survey (ACS) provides detailed demographic, social, economic, commuting and housing statistics based on continuous survey data collection. Data collected over the most recent 5 years are batched, summarized and published the following year.

Summary tables compiled with 5-year data are available for all places and have approximately 20,000 variables from 900 tabulations. Summary tables compiled with 3-year data are available for places with population over 20,000 and have approximately 26,000 variables from 1,200 tabulations. (Note that the Census Bureau is no longer publishing three-year summary tables, but previous versions of the data are still available.) The published Census statistics have been recompiled by Metropolitan Council, with new field names, in order to accomplish definitional and categorical consistency between Census 1990, Census 2000, and ACS.
Time Period of Content Date 2015
Currentness Reference Five-year summary data are available annually, starting with the 2005-2009 period for Regional, County, and Community totals; the most recent five-year summary data cover the 2011-2015 period. Five-year summary data are available annually, starting with the 2006-2010 period for Station Areas. The Census Bureau no longer publishes three-year summary data, but previous releases remain available for Regional, County, and Community totals, starting with the 2005-2007 period and ending with the 2011-2013 period.
Progress Complete
Maintenance and Update Frequency Annually
Spatial Extent of Data 1. Nationwide data at http://www2.census.gov/.
Bounding Coordinates -94.012
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Place Keywords
Theme Keywords Census, demographics, American Community Survey
Theme Keyword Thesaurus None
Access Constraints None
Use Constraints Station Areas are defined as half-mile, non-overlapping transit-influenced areas based on existing and planned transitway station locations as defined by MetroTransit. In general, transitway stations are defined as a centrally located, single station point representing multidirectional transit stops or platforms. Additional consolidations of transitway stations were made to "coexisting" multimodal stations (i.e., Blue Line's 46th Street Station (Hiawatha Ave) A-Line's 46th Street Station) before defining Station Area. Both the consolidation of stations and definition of station areas are supported by the Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) Reporting Instructions for the Section 5309 Capital Investment Grant Program.

The source and allocation methodology of data included in the Station Area Statistics can be found in the data layer metadata record.

Because some station areas can represent more than one transitway corridor, the statistics for all Station Areas are provided with the download of any data layer requested at the All Station Area geography. Each Station Area is associated with a transitway Corridor segment (Corridor_ID). A Corridor segment can include one (1) to eighteen (18) stations. Use the following matrix to associate and/or summarize Corridor segments to a specific corridor(s):

Corridor_ID = Corridor
1001, 1002, 1003, 1005, 1014 = Blue Line
1001, 1004 = Northstar Commuter Rail
1005, 1006, 1011 = Red Line
1001, 1002, 1007, 1015 = Green Line
1013, 1014, 1015 = A Line
1008 = Green Line Extension
1009 = Blue Line Extension
1010 = Orange Line
1012 = Gold Line
1017 = Red Rock

Note: avoid double counting common Corridor segments (i.e., 2001, 2002) when summarizing multiple corridors (i.e., Blue and Green Lines).
Contact Person Information Matt Schroeder, Senior Researcher
Metropolitan Council
390 Robert Street North
St. Paul, MN  55101-1805
Phone: 651.602.1513
Email: matt.schroeder@metc.state.mn.us
Browse Graphic None available
Associated Data Sets None

Section 2 Data Quality
Attribute Accuracy Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on "Accuracy of the Data" can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_documentation/documentation_main/

On Dec. 5, 2016, the following edits were made:
--Additional data elements available for older data (1990, 2000, and pre-2012 ACS samples)
--Corrections to nativity data (people born abroad to American parents are now classified as native-born citizens rather than as foreign-born citizens)
--Corrections to language data (in some communities, counts in the LEP_SPAN field now include all residents rather than just hative-born residents)
--Corrections to disability data (in some communities, the estimated number of people with difficulty living independently was too small)
Logical Consistency The published Census statistics have been recompiled by Metropolitan Council, with new field names, in order to accomplish definitional and categorical consistency between Census 1990, Census 2000, and ACS. Median statistics (household income, house value, and gross rent) are available for the metropolitan statistical area (MSA) alone. The boundaries of the MSA have changed over time. For the 1990 Census, the Minneapolis-Saint Paul MSA included 11 counties--the seven counties of the Twin Cities region plus Chisago, Isanti, and Wright Counties in Minnesota plus St. Croix County in Wisconsin. For the 2000 Census and all ACS datasets up to and including the 2008-2012 five-year estimates, the Minneapolis-Saint Paul-Bloomington MSA included 13 counties--the 11 counties included in the 1990 MSA plus Sherburne County in Minnesota and Pierce County in Wisconsin. Starting with the 2009-2013 five-year estimates, the Minneapolis-Saint Paul-Bloomington MSA included 16 counties--the 13 counties listed above plus Le Sueur, Mille Lacs, and Sibley Counties in Minnesota. For more information, see https://www.census.gov/population/metro/data/def.html
Completeness
Horizontal Positional Accuracy
Lineage Data available annually, starting with period 2005-07 for 3-year data and 2005-09 for 5-year data. Each annual vintage release uses the most recent year's TIGER geographic boundaries.

Historical data for geographies retired before 2007 is not available.

Section 3 Spatial Data Organization (not used in this metadata)

Section 4 Coordinate System
Horizontal Coordinate Scheme
Horizontal Datum
Horizontal Units

Section 5 Attributes
Overview Attributes for Chart Data (Note: Not all attributes are present in every chart):

DATASOURCE: Source of the data

DATASOURCE_DESC: Description of the data source, e.g. Census Bureau.

DENOMINATOR: Total for all parts of a subject area.

GEOGRAPHY: Name of the city, township or unorganized territory, e.g. Benton Twp., Blaine.

MEASURE: Total for a part of a subject area.

SORT_ORDER: Allows the data to be sorted in a consistent order from year to year.

SUBJECT_AREA: Subject area.

SUBJECT_LEVEL: Subject level.

SUBJECT_LEVEL_DESC: Description of the subject level.

UNIT_OF_MEASURE: HH = Households
HU = Housing units
MIN = Minutes
PCT = Percent
POP = Population
USD = U.S. dollars

USD_YR: Year of the income data.

YEAR: Year of the data collection.


Attributes for Tabular Data (County and Community):

CO_CODE: 3-digit FIPS and state standard county ID code
003 = Anoka County
019 = Carver County
037 = Dakota County
053 = Hennepin County
123 = Ramsey County
139 = Scott County
163 = Washington County

CTU_CODE: 5-digit FIPS55 'Place' code for CTU. As of 2010, these codes have been retired by the federal government. They are replaced by the GNIS codes below. Note that for townships that wholly incorporate into cities, the same FIPS55 code for the former township will usually be used for the new city. Conversely, GNIS creates a new ID for the new city.

CTU_ID: The Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) federal unique identifier for each city, township or unorganized territory.

COCTU_ID: 11-digit identifier for the combination of county and CTU (concatenation of CO_CODE and CTU_ID_CEN).

CTU_NAME: Name of the city, township or unorganized territory, e.g. Benton Twp., Blaine.

SUMLEV: Census summary level of the data.

YEAR: Year of the data collection.

DATASOURCE: Data source.

DATASOURCE DESC: Data source description.

SUBJECT_AREA: Subject area.

SUBJECT_AREA_DESC: Subject area description.

SUBJECT_LEVEL_DESC: Subject level description.

DENOMINATOR_LEVEL_DESC: Universe of the data.

MEASURE: Total for a part of a subject area.

DENOMINATOR: Total for all parts of a subject area.

COMMUNITY DESIGNATION: A designation of each city and township based on the overall state of development and regional issues faced by that community.


The following appear as labels or headings in tables compiled by Metropolitan Council from Census ACS base tables.

POPTOTAL= total population (B01001);
POPINHH= population in households and not in GQ (B11002);
HHTOTAL= total households (B11005);

AVGHHSIZE= average household size (B11002/B11005);

LIVEDALONE= households with 1 person (B11016);
MARRIEDFAMILYKIDS= family households with children and headed by a married couple (B11005);
UNMARRIEDFAMILYKIDS= family households with children and headed by a single person or unmarried people (B11005);
FAMILYNOKIDS= family households with no children (B11005);
NONFAMILYHOUSEHOLD= other households that are not families and with more than 1 person (B11016);

MALE_AGE0_4= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE5_9= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE10_14= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE15_19= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE20_24= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE25_29= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE30_34= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE35_39= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE40_44= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE45_49= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE50_54= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE55_59= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE60_64= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE65_69= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE70_74= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE75_79= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGE80_84= males in this age range (B01001);
MALE_AGEOVER85= males in this age range (B01001);

FEMALE_AGE0_4= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE5_9= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE10_14= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE15_19= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE20_24= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE25_29= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE30_34= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE35_39= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE40_44= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE45_49= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE50_54= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE55_59= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE60_64= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE65_69= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE70_74= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE75_79= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGE80_84= females in this age range (B01001);
FEMALE_AGEOVER85= females in this age range (B01001);

POPOVER5= population (age 5+) used as denominator in % calculations (B16001 and C16005);
POPOVER16 = population age 16+ (B12006);
POPOVER18 = population age 18+ (B01001);

WHITENH= population that identifies as white only and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
BLACKNH= population that identifies as black only and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
AMINDNH= population that identifies as American Indian only and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
ASIANNH= population that identifies as Asian/Asian-American only and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
PACIFICNH= population that identifies as Pacific Islander only and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
OTHERNH= population that identifies as other race and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
MULTRACENH= population that identifies as multi-racial and non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);
HISPPOP= population that identifies as Hispanic in combination with any race (B03002 and C03002);
NOTHISPPOP= population that identifies as non-Hispanic (B03002 and C03002);

POPOVER25= adult population (25 and over) used as denominator in % calculations (B15002);
LESSHS= adult population that did not complete high school (B15002);
HIGHSCHOOL= adult population that competed high school (B15002);
SOMECOLLEGE= adult population that attended some college (B15002);
ASSOCIATE= adult population that competed 2-year degree (B15002);
BACHELORS= adult population that competed bachelor's degree (B15002);
GRADPROF= adult population that competed post-bac graduate or professional degree (B15002);

WORKDENOM= employed population used as denominator in % calculations (B08301 and C08301);
DROVEALONE= drive alone to work (B08301 and C08301);
CARPOOL= drive or ride with others to work (B08301 and C08301);
PUBLICTRANSIT= take public transit to work (B08301 and C08301);
WALKTOWORK= walk to work (B08301 and C08301);
OTHERCOMMUTE= commuted to work bicycling or by taxi or some other way (B08301 and C08301);
WORKATHOME= worked at home and did not commute (B08301 and C08301);

COMMUTEDENOM= employed commuters excluding 'work at home' used as denominator in % calculations (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTELT10= commuted 1-9 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE10TO14= commuted 10-14 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE15TO19= commuted 15-19 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE20TO24= commuted 20-24 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE25TO29= commuted 25-29 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE30TO34= commuted 30-34 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE35TO44= commuted 35-44 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE45TO59= commuted 45-59 minutes to work (B08303 and C08303);
COMMUTE60PLUS= commuted 60 minutes or longer (B08303 and C08303);
AGGCOMMUTE= total minutes of commuting used as numerator (B08013);
AVGCOMMUTE= mean average commute length (B08013/B08303);

VEHICLESINAREA = Number of vehicles available to households (B25046);
HH_NOVEH= Households with 0 vehicle (B25044);
HH_1VEH= Households with 1 vehicle (B25044);
HH_MULTVEH= Households with 2 or more vehicles (B25044);

USBORNCIT= US citizens who were born in the US or PR (B05001);
FORBORNCIT= US citizens who were born abroad (B05001);
FORBORNNOTCIT= Non-citizens who were born abroad (B05001);

CDENOM= civilian population used as denominator in disability % calculations for Any Disability, Hearing Disability, Vision Disability (C18101);
CDENOM_017= civilian population ages 0-17 used as denominator in disability % calculations for Any Disability, Hearing Disability, Vision Disability (C18101);
CDENOM_517= civilian population ages 5-17 used as denominator in disability % calculations for Cognitive Disability, Ambulatory Disability, Self-Care Disability (C18104);
CDENOM1864= civilian population ages 18-64 used as denominator in disability % calculations (C18101);
CDENOM65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over used as denominator in disability % calculations (C18101);

ANYDIS= civilian population with any disability (C18101);
ANYDIS_017= civilian population ages 0-17 with any disability (C18101);
ANYDIS1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with any disability (C18101);
ANYDIS65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over with any disability (C18101);
DEAF= civilian population with hearing disability (C18102);
DEAF_017= civilian population ages 0-17 with hearing disability (C18102);
DEAF1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with hearing disability (C18102);
DEAF65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over with hearing disability (C18102);
VISION= civilian population with vision disability (C18103);
VISION_017= civilian population ages 0-17 with vision disability (C18103);
VISION1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with vision disability (C18103);
VISION65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over with vision disability (C18103);
COGDIS= civilian population (5 and over) with cognitive disability (C18104);
COGDIS_517= civilian population ages 5-17 with cognitive disability (C18104);
COGDIS1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with cognitive disability (C18104);
COGDIS65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over with cognitive disability (C18104);
AMBDIS= civilian population (5 and over) with ambulatory disability (C18105);
AMBDIS_517= civilian population ages 5-17 with ambulatory disability (C18105);
AMBDIS1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with ambulatory disability (C18105);
AMBDIS65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over with ambulatory disability (C18105);
SELFCARE= civilian population (5 and over) with self-care disability (C18106);
SELFCA_517= civilian population ages 5-17 with self-care disability (C18106);
SELFCA1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with self-care disability (C18106);
SELFCA65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over with self-care disability (C18106);
INDLIV= civilian population (18 and over) with independent living difficulty (C18107);
INDLIV_517= independent living difficulty not asked of under 18 population;
INDLIV1864= civilian population ages 18-64 with independent living difficulty (C18107);
INDLIV65UP= civilian population ages 65 and over independent living difficulty (C18107);

ENGLISHLANG= population (5 and over) who speak English at home (B16001 and C16005);
ESL_VERYWELL= population who speak another language and speak English very well (B16001 and C16005);
LEP= population who speak English less than very well (B16001 and C16005);
LEP_SPAN= subset of LEP who speak Spanish (B16001 and C16005);
LEP_RUSS= subset of LEP who speak Russian (B16001);
LEP_CHIN= subset of LEP who speak a Chinese language (B16001);
LEP_HMONG= subset of LEP who speak Hmong (B16001);
LEP_VIET= subset of LEP who speak Vietnamese (B16001);
LEP_AFRICA= subset of LEP who speak an African language (B16001);

PCI= income per capita (B19301);
MEANHHINC= mean average income per household (B19025);
MEDIANHHINC= median income per household (B19013);

POPINPOVERTY = estimated population with income 0-99% of poverty threshold (C17002);
POVERTYTO150 = estimated population with income in the range 100%-149% of poverty (less than 150%) (C17002);
POV150_185 = estimated population with income in the range 150%-184% of poverty (less than 185%) (C17002);
POPPOVDENOM = denominator population for poverty question (C17002);
POV100RATE = share of population with income 0-99% of poverty threshold (C17002);
POV150RATE = share of population with income 0-149% of poverty threshold (less than 150%) (C17002);
POV185RATE = share of population with income 0-184% of poverty threshold (less than 185%) (C17002);

HUTOTAL= estimated housing units (B25024);
HUSFD= single family detached housing units (B25024);
HUSFA= single family attached housing units (B25024);
HU234= housing units in duplexes and 3-4 unit buildings (B25024);
HUMF5= housing units in larger buildings (B25024);
HUMOBILE= manufactured or mobile home units (B25024);
HUOTHER= other or not elsewhere classified shelters (B25024);

HOMEOWNERRATE= share of households that own their housing (B25003);
OWNEROCC= owner households or owner-occupied units (B25003);
RENTEROCC= renter households or renter-occupied units (B25003);
VACANT= vacant housing units (B25002);

MEDIANGROSSRENT= median gross rent including utilities (B25064);
MEDIANHVALUE= median home value of ownership housing (B25077);

COSTBURDENOWN= home-owners spending 30+ percent of household budget on housing (B25091) ;
NOCOSTBURDENOWN= home-owners spending 0-29 percent of household budget on housing (B25091) ;
COSTBURDENRENT= renters spending 30+ percent of household budget on housing (B25070) ;
NOCOSTBURDENRENT= renters spending 0-29 percent of household budget on housing (B25070) ;
HOUSINGCOSTDENOM= total households with income used as denominator in % calculations (B25070 and B25091);

RENTLT200= renter households with gross rent $1-199 (B25063);
RENT200_299= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT300_399= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT400_499= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT500_599= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT600_699= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT700_799= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT800_899= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT900_999= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT1000_1249= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT1250_1499= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT1500_1999= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT2000up= renter households with gross rent in this range (B25063);
RENT_DENOM= renter households with cash rent used as denominator in % calculations (B25063);

VALUELT40= home owners valuing their home less than $40,000 (B25075);
VALUE40_69= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE70_99= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE100_124= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE125_149= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE150_174= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE175_199= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE200_249= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE250_299= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE300_399= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE400_499= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE500_749= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE750_999= home owners valuing their home in this range (B25075);
VALUE1MIL= home owners valuing their home at $1 million+ (B25075);
VALUE_DENOM= home owner households used as denominator in % calculations (B25075);

HHSF= households in single family detached OR townhouse units (B25032);
HH234= households in duplexes and 3-4 unit buildings (B25032);
HHMF5= households in larger buildings (B25032);
HHMOBILE= households in manufactured or mobile home units (B25032);
HHOTHER= households in other or not elsewhere classified shelters (B25032);

POPSF= population in single family detached OR townhouse units (B25033);
POP234= population in duplexes and 3-4 unit buildings (B25033);
POPMF5= population in larger buildings (B25033);
POPMOBILE= population in manufactured or mobile home units (B25033);
POPOTHER= population in other or not elsewhere classified shelters (B25033);

PPHSF= average household size in single family housing (B25032 and B25033);
PPH234= average household size in duplexes and 3-4 unit buildings (B25032 and B25033);
PPHMF5= average household size in larger buildings (B25032 and B25033);
PPHMOBILE= average household size in manufactured or mobile home units (B25032 and B25033);
PPHOTHER= average household size in other or NEC shelters (B25032 and B25033)




Attributes for Tabular Data (Station Areas):
See Use Constraints for Station Area analysis.

CORRIDOR_SEGMENT_ID: 4 digit indicator of the Corridor Segment.

CORRIDOR_SEGMENT: Description of the Corridor Segment. Corridor
Segments make up full corridors. A Corridor Segment can be part of
multiple corridors

STATION_AREA_ID: Station Area Identifier (COUNTY_CODE + CTU_ID +
Unique Station ID).

STATION_AREA: Description of the Station Area

CTU_ID: The Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)official federal
unique identifier for the city, township or unorganized territory
where the station is located.

COMMUNITY: Description of the community where the Station is located.

COUNTY_CODE: 3 digit FIPS and state standard county ID code where the Station is located

COUNTY: Name of the county where the station is located

DATASOURCE DESC: Description of the data source, e.g. Census Bureau.

POP_RECORD_TYPE_DESC: Detail of data source, e.g. Decennial
Census SF1.


SUMLEV: Census summary level of the data.

YEAR: Year of the data collection.

ALL OTHER FIELDS ARE THE SAME AS THOSE PROVIDED AT THE COUNTY AND COMMUNITY LEVEL.
Detailed Citation None
Table Detail:

Section 6 Distribution
Publisher Metropolitan Council
Publication Date periodically revised
Contact Person Information Matt Schroeder, Senior Researcher
Metropolitan Council
390 Robert Street North
St. Paul, MN  55101-1805
Phone: 651.602.1513
Email: matt.schroeder@metc.state.mn.us
Distributor's Data Set Identifier ACS 3-Year Summary File and 5-Year Summary File
Distribution Liability NOTICE: The data to which this notice is attached are made available pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13). THE DATA ARE PROVIDED TO YOU AS IS AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY AS TO THEIR PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. The Metropolitan Council developed some of the data for its own internal business purposes and is redistributing data developed by other data providers (e.g., the U.S. Census Bureau and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development). The Metropolitan Council does not represent or warrant that the data or the data documentation are error-free, complete, current, or accurate. You are responsible for any consequences resulting from your use of the data or your reliance on the data. You should consult the data documentation for these particular data to determine the limitations of the data. If you transmit or provide the data (or any portion of it) to another user, it is recommended that the data include a copy of this disclaimer and this metadata.
Ordering Instructions This dataset can be viewed and downloaded using the Download Tabular Data tool at http://stats.metc.state.mn.us/data_download/DD_start.aspx
Online LinkageNone available

Section 7 Metadata Reference
Metadata Date 05/11/2016
Contact Person Information Matt Schroeder, Senior Researcher
Metropolitan Council
390 Robert Street North
St. Paul, MN  55101-1805
Phone: 651.602.1513
Email: matt.schroeder@metc.state.mn.us
Metadata Standard Name Minnesota Geographic Metadata Guidelines
Metadata Standard Version 1.2
Metadata Standard Online Linkage http://www.gis.state.mn.us/stds/metadata.htm


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