Census Tract Maps
Census tract boundaries are fairly stable, but some tracts change at each decennial census since they are designed to be relatively homogeneous units ranging between 2,500 and 8,000 residents.
Tract Overview Maps by County
More detailed tract maps are available from the Census Bureau.
Census 1990 and 2000
These easy-to-view tract outline maps in GIF format show major street, road or highway boundaries used to define the census tracts in each county. Select a county using these selection boxes:
What to Do if the GIF Appears Unreadable (Internet Explorer Users Only)
Internet Explorer (by default) scales graphics to the browser size; thus, if your window is smaller than the graphic, IE scales the image down on the fly rather than popping up scroll bars. If you hover over the image, an expand button pops up (view screenshot ).
For those who find this functionality annoying, you can change this default behavior. From the toolbar, click Tools > Internet Options > Advanced Tab. Then scroll down to Multimedia and uncheck the “Enable Automatic Image Resizing” button. (Depending on your version of IE, the wording may differ slightly). Now whenever you look at a graphic, it will display at the size it was intended to, with scrollbars if needed.
- Locate Census Tract for Street Address
- Census 2000 Fact Facts for Tracts
- 1990 Census Tract Data - Population, Density
- GIS-ready boundary files
- Large scale print maps (with companion data books) are available for use at many public and academic libraries in Indiana. Email or visit the Indiana State Library website to find the library location nearest you.