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Monday, October 29
 

10:30am

Census Track. The 2020 Census: Geographic Partnership Opportunities
AUTHORS: James Bogart, U.S. Census Bureau

ABSTRACT: As part of the 2020 Decennial Census operation, the Census Bureau provides many opportunities to collaborate with state and local governments through several different geographic partnership programs. The SAID (Spatial, Address and Imagery Data) program acquires partner data for continual updating of the Master Address File (MAF) and the Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Reference system (TIGER). The Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP) allows local governments to review and update selected statistical area boundaries (tracts, block groups, census designated places (CDPs), and census county divisions (CCDs) to allow geographic data tabulations for the 2020 Census data and ACS data for the next 10 years. The New Construction program will give governments an opportunity to submit addresses for units constructed after the 2020 Local Update of Census Address (LUCA) operation. For governments who participated in the 2020 LUCA program, the Census Bureau will be providing submission feedback and entering the appeals phase in 2019, which will provide transparency to governments regarding the result of their address list update submission, and the ability to dispute any disagreements with the Census Bureau’s decisions. The annual Boundary and Annexation Survey (BAS) will continue to collect the legal boundaries as of January 1 of each year. Local geographic knowledge obtained through these programs is essential for the Census Bureau to provide the quality data local governments rely on when making decisions that affects the lives of their population over the next ten years.

Monday October 29, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
Broadway 1&2

11:00am

Census Track. Synchronization and Standardization of Address Points and Street Centerline Files
AUTHORS: James Coyle, Geographic Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau

ABSTRACT: Synchronizing and standardizing address points with street centerlines can be highly advantageous in maintaining large address databases. This presentation will advance a spatial methodology for synchronizing the 6.1 million New York State E-911 address points with the US Census Bureau TIGER line files. The methodology has a significant number of useful outputs which include a drop point on the street centerline for use in network analysis, an offset point that may be used for cartographic labeling, coding for each address point that indicates the specific standardization method used. Finally, since each address point is allocated to a specific TIGER segment, this method establishes a framework for small area analysis or spatial analysis at the block face level that can be used to advance community health analysis. Finally, this presentation will present how owner occupancy has evolved in Erie County, New York in the time period 2005-2015 utilizing the methodology advanced in this presentation.

Monday October 29, 2018 11:00am - 11:30am
Broadway 1&2

11:30am

Census Track. THE ABCs OF CDPs: Census-Designated Places and Their Obtaining Data
AUTHORS: David Kraiker, Data Dissemination & GIS Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau

ABSTRACT: This presentation/workshop will explain how the Census Bureau classifies "place", allows county governments to create "census-designated places" - big or small - and then how American Community Survey data are released for places. The presentation will delve into the American Factfinder portal to illustrate how citizens and users may obtain population, economic, social and demographic data for CDPs and their accompanying shapefiles. It will also explain the logic of population thresholds, and why some data might be more readily available than others. Presenter will walk through the process of pulling data from AFF. The audience is invited to bring a device to follow along and practice searching for data.

Monday October 29, 2018 11:30am - 12:00pm
Broadway 1&2