A three-digit number that identifies a county in the United States. The United States Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) maintains a set of codes that identify states, counties, and other territorial possessions. The two-digit state code identifies each state. The three-digit county code identifies a county within a state. The five digits of the state and county codes together uniquely identify a county.
A two-digit number that identifies a state in the United States. The United States FIPS controls the numeric and alphabetic codes that identify states and other territories of the United States.
The Metropolitan Statistical Area identification number (MSAID) is a four-digit code that identifies a United States urban area that has a population of 50,000 or more.
The Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) identification number is a five-digit number that identifies an urban area with a population greater than 10,000. A CBSA can be a Metropolitan Statistical Area or Micropolitan Statistical Area. A Metropolitan Statistical Area has over 50,000 inhabitants. A Micropolitan Statistical Area has between 10,000 and 50,000 inhabitants.
The finance number is a six-digit code assigned to the United States post offices and other postal facilities for collection of cost and statistical data. The first two digits of the finance number identify the state. The final four digits identify the USPS post office or postal facility.
A single-character code that describes the type of mailbox or delivery. For example, the code can indicate if the address is in a high-rise building (value H) or a post office box (value P).
The Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA) identification number is four-digit code. A PMSA becomes a CMSA if local opinion favors the designation.
A one to three character-long numeric value that indicates the time difference of the address locality with GMT. For example, the TIME_ZONE_CODE for Eastern Standard Time is -5.
A three-character long code that identifies the time zone to which the address belongs. For example, EST for Eastern Standard Time localities.
A six-digit number that identified the Census Tract, statistical subdivision of a county.
A four-digit number that identifies a Census Block, which is the smallest entity for which the Census bureau collects census information.
A 12-digit code that identifies a Census Block Group. A Census Block Group is a group of Census blocks sharing the same first digit, which is the last digit in the 12-digit Census Block Group code.