(2010 Census Data; 2008-2012, 2009-2013, 2010-2014 American Community Survey (ACS) Data); OMB Metropolitan Area Definitions, February 28, 2013

SELECT QCT2010.TRACT, QCT2010.FIPS, QCT2010.SPLITTR, cnty2010.cntyname, cnty2010.stusab, states.statname FROM states INNER JOIN (cnty2010 INNER JOIN QCT2010 ON cnty2010.stcnty = QCT2010.stcnty) ON (states.statefp = QCT2010.statefp) AND (states.statefp = cnty2010.statefp) WHERE (((states.statefp)=6)) ORDER BY QCT2010.FIPS

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There are no Qualified Census Tracts in $statname$.

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 2010 Nonmetropolitan Difficult Development Areas in California. Any LIHTC project located in these areas is eligible for addtional tax credits.

Nonmetropolitan Counties or County Equivalents

Alpine County Amador County Calaveras County Colusa County
Del Norte County Glenn County Humboldt County Inyo 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
Tuolumne County

See the latest Designation Notice for information on effective date and when changes to designations may be made.

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