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Some neighborhoods may overlap and be referred to by different names by community members.To clarify neighborhood boundaries for the purposes of data reporting and monitoring, we have selected four different neighborhood geographies. There are 53 CRAs composed from one to six census tracts.
(Hint: click on a census tract, to get more detail on languages spoken there.) Note: ACS estimates can have very large margins of error. Census Bureau Data Two Census Bureau programs provide the most commonly used sources of demographic data at a community and neighborhood level.Maps on Race and Ethnicity This series of maps show 2010 Census estimates for Census tracts in Seattle.They indicate the share of population who are: Maps on Language Spoken This mapping app provides Census tract-level estimates from the ACS for the shares of population (age 5 and older) who speak the following languages at home: Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, African Languages, Tagalog, Korean, and Mon-Khmer.Community Reporting Areas Community Reporting Areas (CRAs) were established as a standard, consistent, citywide geography for the purposes of reporting U. Council Districts There are seven Seattle City Council seats elected in Council Districts 1-7 with another two positions elected "at-large". Census data, the City uses different combinations of census tracts, block groups, and blocks to best approximate the various neighborhoods and sub-areas of Seattle.
The other two positions will be elected "at-large" (city-wide) in positions 8 and 9. If a neighborhood boundary splits a block group or tract, that block group or tract is included if 50% or more of its population lives within the neighborhood boundary.
PUMAs A PUMA (public use microdata area) is a census area that comprises at least 100,000 people and is the smallest geography for which annual American Community Survey data is available.