State of Connecticut

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Author
Tyler Kleykamp
Description
Priority Funding Areas are delineated based on conditions that exist at the Census Block level, which is the smallest geographical unit delineated by the U.S. Census Bureau. Census Blocks are statistical areas which in Connecticut are typically bounded by visible features, such as streets, roads, streams, and railroad lines. Generally, Census Blocks in denser urban communities are small in area, such as a block in a city that is bounded on all sides by streets. However, Census Blocks in suburban and rural areas may be large, or irregular, and bounded by a variety of features, such as roads or streams. For example, a specific Census Block may be partially served by public water and/or sewer, and thus the entire block would appear to be served by these utilities. There were several instances during the public comment period where municipalities requested that certain Census Blocks be removed from this classification, and such requests were granted. Any limitations in the use of Census Blocks in this LGM should not be construed as influencing local land use and zoning decisions or municipal plans of conservation and development; nor should it create any expectation for future utility service where none currently exists. Priority Funding Areas are classified by Census Blocks that include:  Designation as an Urban Area or Urban Cluster in the 2010 Census Boundaries that intersect a ½ mile buffer surrounding existing or planned mass-transit stations Existing or planned sewer service from an adopted Wastewater Facility Plan Existing or planned water service from an adopted Public Drinking Water Supply Plan Local bus service provided 7 days a week
Category
Government
Tags
opm, cdplan, gis
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Data Provided By
Office of Policy and Management
Source Link
http://www.ct.gov/opm/cdplan
License
Public Domain
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Field Names:

OBJECTID_1
objectid_1
OBJECTID
objectid
STATEFP10
statefp10
COUNTYFP10
countyfp10
TRACTCE10
tractce10
BLOCKCE10
blockce10
GEOID10
geoid10
NAME10
name10
MTFCC10
mtfcc10
UR10
ur10
UACE10
uace10
FUNCSTAT10
funcstat10
Acres
acres
UR10_1
ur10_1
UACE10_1
uace10_1
UATYP10
uatyp10
URBAN
urban
local_bus
local_bus
water
water
sewer
sewer
total
total
Shape_Leng
shape_leng
Comment
comment
Initials
initials
OPM_COMMEN
opm_commen
Shape_Le_1
shape_le_1
transit
transit
Shape
shape
Shape.area
shape_area
Shape.len
shape_len

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