2008 IRS SECTION 42(d)(5)(B) QUALIFIED CENSUS TRACTS
(2010 Census Data; 2009-2013, 2010-2014, 2011-2015 American Community Survey (ACS) Data); OMB Metropolitan Area Definitions, February 28, 2013
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Users trying to determine the HUB Zone status of a census tract should use the SBA's HUB Zone Mapping Site.
To determine the 2010 census tract number for a particular address, visit the HUD User GIS Service -- Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Qualified Census Tract (QCT) Locator.
|The following are 2008 Nonmetropolitan Difficult Development Areas in California. Any LIHTC project located in these areas is eligible for addtional tax credits.|
|Nonmetropolitan Counties or County Equivalents|
|Amador County||Colusa County||Del Norte County||Humboldt County|
|Lake County||Lassen County||Mariposa County||Mendocino County|
|Modoc County||Mono County||Nevada County||Plumas County|
|Sierra County||Siskiyou County||Tehama County||Trinity County|
See the latest Designation Notice for information on effective date and when changes to designations may be made.
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