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A place is either:
: a region defined by the US Census to follow the boundaries of incorporated jurisdictions within a state, such as cities, towns, and villages.
: a region defined by the US Census to follow the boundaries of communities that are not incorporated, but otherwise resemble incorporated places.
This table includes records for each place in the US. As of 2021, there were 31,617 places in the US — including 19,518 incorporated places and and 12,099 census-designated places.
The year associated with a given place definition record.
is latest version
A boolean indicating whether a record is the latest available for a given place.
A unique 7-digit code, maintained by the US Census, assigned to each place. (The first two digits repeat
The place's name, according to the U.S. Census. (Census-designated places have "CDP" at the end of their names.)
A unique 2-digit code, maintained by the U.S. Census, for the state this place sits within.
The two-letter abbreviation for the state this place sits within.
The name of the state this place sits within.
A polygon of the place's shape, represented in
"place_name": "Morada CDP",
"shape": "POLYGON((-112.016347 33.370803, -112.016591 33.370742, ...))"
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