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Section 811 Minority Tool
Section 811 Minority Concentration Options

Current Zoom Level
Show Counties (Zoom 8+)
Show CBSA (Zoom 8+)
Show Minority & Tracts (Zoom 9+)
Show BlockGroups (Zoom 12+)
Show Opportunity Zone (Zoom 8+)

The purpose of the Section 811 Minority Concentration Analysis Tool is to allow applicants to quickly assess whether a proposed site for new construction under Section 811 is or may be in an area of minority concentration. Please follow the Instructions to complete this analysis. The mapping tool is populated by a large amount of data. After clicking these polygon guides, please wait for data to load before clicking on additional buttons. Also, after clicking "DRAW" you have to re-enable the optional layers if you need them as a guide to draw your shape.


Revitalization Analysis Options

Current Zoom Level
Unemployment Rate (Zoom 9+)
Poverty Rate (Zoom 9+)
Median household income (Zoom 9+)
Median home value (Zoom 9+)
Homeownership Rate (Zoom 9+)
Housing Vacancy Rate (Zoom 9+)
Rental Vacancy Rate (Zoom 9+)
Units with low income (Zoom 9+)
Units with very low income (Zoom 9+)
Units with extremely low income (Zoom 9+)
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The purpose of the RAD, Section 202 or Section 811 Economic Revitalization Analysis Tool is to allow applicants to quickly access data and generate reports on certain indicators of revitalization to help them assess whether a proposed site for new construction under RAD, Section 202 or Section 811 is in an economically revitalizing area. Applicants must submit this report to the RAD Resource Desk or with their Section 202 or Section 811 NOFA applications as part of their site and neighborhood standards submission if they are claiming that the project meets the exception for new construction in a revitalizing area. Please follow the Instructions to complete this analysis. The mapping tool is populated by a large amount of data. After clicking these polygon guides, please wait for data to load before clicking on additional buttons.




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