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TIGERweb

Home page image TIGERweb Overview

TIGERweb is a web-based system that allows users to visualize our TIGER (Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing database) data in several ways:

The applications allow users to select features and view their attributes, to search for features by name or geocode, and to identify features by selecting them from a map. The TIGERweb applications provide a simple way to view our TIGER data without Geographic Information System (GIS) software and without downloading data. The applications use our TIGERweb REST Services.

The TIGERweb WMS and TIGERweb REST Services allow users to integrate our data into their own GIS or custom web-based applications.

Announcements
  • Application Information: The "Current" Vintage reflects boundaries in effect for the 2022 Boundary and Annexation Survey (BAS). See the Home tab "This Release" section for more details.
  • 2020 Urban Areas will not be available until the ACS 2022 release, at which point, they will also be available for the Census 2020 vintage.
  • 2020 PUMAs will not be available until the ACS 2022 release, at which point, they will also be available for the Census 2020 vintage.


This Release

This TIGERweb Application release includes the following:

  • Legal boundaries and names for all governments as reported to the 2021 Boundary and Annexation Survey.
  • School district boundaries effective January 1, 2021, as reported to the 2021 School District Review Program.
  • Congressional district boundaries in effect for the 116th Congress, and state legislative district boundaries in effect for the 2018 legislative session.
  • Statistical areas in effect for the 2020 Census.

Both the TIGERweb application and TIGERweb Decennial application include the 2020 ZIP Code tabulation areas (ZCTAs).

Geographic areas that have not yet been delineated for the 2020 Census will not appear in the “Current” and “Census 2020” vintages. These include urban areas (UAs) and public use microdata areas (PUMAs).


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Geography Division | geo.tigerweb@census.gov | Last Revised: December 1, 2021