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Spectrum OnDemand Web Services (REST)

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Spectrum OnDemand Web Services (REST)
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Census output fields contain U.S. Census information about the address. To include census data in the output, set Option.OutputRecordType = C.
Note: The following Census output fields - CBSADivisionName, CBSAName, CSAName and USCountyName - are only returned when you set the option Option.OutputVerbose=Y.
Response Element Max. Field Length with null terminator Description

APN

46

The assessor's parcel number of the property. The assessor's parcel number is an ID number assigned to a property by the local property tax authority.

CBSACode

6

The code for the Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) in which the address is located.

A CBSA is a collective term that refers to both metropolitan and micropolitan areas. A metropolitan area has a population of more than 50,000, and a micropolitan area has a population between 10,000 and 49,999. For more information, see Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas section of the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/population/www/metroareas/metroarea.html

CBSADivisionCode

6

The code of the Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) division in which the address is located.

A CBSA division is a metropolitan statistical area with a population of at least 2.5 million that has been subdivided to form smaller groupings of counties referred to as "metropolitan divisions." For more information, see Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas section of the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/population/www/metroareas/metroarea.html

CBSADivisionName

128

The name of the Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) division in which the address is located.

A CBSA division is a metropolitan statistical area with a population of at least 2.5 million that has been subdivided to form smaller groupings of counties referred to as "metropolitan divisions." For more information, see Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas section of the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/population/www/metroareas/metroarea.html

Note: The CBSA division name is only returned if you set the option Option.OutputVerbose=Y.

CBSAMetro

2

Indicates whether the core based statistical area (CBSA) in which the address is located is a metropolitan area or a micropolitan area. One of the following:

Y
Yes, the address is located in a metropolitan statistical area. Metropolitan areas have a population greater than 50,000.
N
No, the address is not located in a metropolitan area. It is located in a micropolitan area. Micropolitan areas have a population between 10,000 and 49,999.
null
There is no data available to determine whether the address is in a metropolitan or micropolitan area.

A CBSA is a collective term that refers to both metropolitan and micropolitan areas. A metropolitan area has a population of more than 50,000, and a micropolitan area has a population between 10,000 and 49,999. For more information, see Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas section of the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/population/www/metroareas/metroarea.html

CBSAName

128

The name of the core based statistical area (CBSA) in which the address is located.

A CBSA is a collective term that refers to both metropolitan and micropolitan areas. A metropolitan area has a population of more than 50,000, and a micropolitan area has a population between 10,000 and 49,999. For more information, see Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas section of the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/population/www/metroareas/metroarea.html

Note: The CBSA name is only returned if you set the option Option.OutputVerbose=Y.

CensusBlockID

16

The 15-digit identification number of the census block in which the address is located. Census blocks are the smallest geographic area for which the Bureau of the Census collects and tabulates decennial census data. Census blocks are formed by streets, roads, railroads, streams and other bodies of water, other visible physical and cultural features, and the legal boundaries shown on Census Bureau maps. For more information about U.S. Census blocks, see the Geographic Areas Reference Manual, available at the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/geo/www/garm.html

The Census block ID is in the format:

sscccttttttgbbb

Where:

ss
The two-digit state FIPS code.
ccc
The three-digit county FIPS code.
tttttt
The six-digit Census tract FIPS code.
g
The single-digit block group FIPS code.
bbb
The block FIPS code.
Note: The value in the CensusBlockID field does not contain a period for the Census tract FIPS code. This may deviate from the industry standard.

CensusTract

7

The six-digit ID of the Census tract in which the address is located. Census tracts are small, relatively permanent geographic entities within counties (or the statistical equivalents of counties). Generally, census tracts have between 2,500 and 8,000 residents and boundaries that follow visible features. For more information about U.S. Census tracts, see the Geographic Areas Reference Manual, available at the U.S. Census Bureau website:

www.census.gov/geo/www/garm.html

CSACode

4

Denotes the code for a geographic entity that consists of 2 or more adjacent CBSAs with employment interchange measures of at least 15.

CSAName

128

The name of the combined statistical area (CSA) in which the address is located.

A CSA is a combination of two or more adjacent Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) with a high employment interchange measure. The employment interchange measure is the sum of the percentage of employed residents of the smaller entity who work in the larger entity and the percentage of the employment in the smaller entity that is accounted for by workers who reside in the larger entity. Pairs of CBSAs with employment interchange measures of at least 25% combine automatically. Pairs of CBSAs with employment interchange measures of at least 15%, but less than 25%, may combine if local opinion in both areas favors combination.

Note: The CSA name is only returned if you set the option Option.OutputVerbose=Y.

USCountyName

128

The name of the county or parish in which the address is located.

Note: The county/parish name is only returned if you set the option Option.OutputVerbose=Y.

USFIPSCountyNumber

4

The three-digit FIPS county code of the county in which the address is located.

USFIPSStateCode

3

The two-digit FIPS state code of the state in which the address is located.

USFIPSStateCountyCode

6

The five-digit FIPS code for the state and county in which the address is located.