I rarely have to get data at the tract level, but here I am with a need and struggling a bit
I realize rural areas are often more difficult to get more detailed data. I'm trying to get the median income for a few specific census tracts just outside Kansas City, MO. Specifically 0611.00 and 0712.00. Both of these areas are very rural (farming communities), just outside city limits of a small town by 2 to 3 miles.
I have also tried using the FFIEC tool at: https://geomap.ffiec.gov/FFIECGeocMap/GeocodeMap1.aspx but it can't find the address.
Any suggestions or am I just out of luck?
This is to qualify for an economic disaster loan through the SBA where they are using median income as part of their criteria for qualifications. TIA
I see what you mean, I don't see that tract 611 in 2019 five-year data, though there is an apparent split for 712 here -- is it possible these are pre-2010 tract numbers? censusreporter.org/.../
Talk about a rookie error, getting Kansas and MO mixed up! Sorry about that
I don't think so, but it's possible I guess.
I don't see either of these tracts existing at all in Jackson County or Clay County in 2000 or 2010 tracts. Can you confirm the county?
This is in Cass County, MO.
I see 0611.00 in Cass County; the 2015-2019 MFI there is $71,912. But I don't see 0712.00.
Oh gosh Tim Henderson. Don't give it a second thought. I should have been able to find this myself. Thank you so much for your help!