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A Disadvantaged Community is defined by the State as a community with a median household income of 80% (or less) of the California median household income. The map provided above shows Disadvantaged Communities based on U.S. Census American Community Survey 5-Year Data 2009-2013, for three different types of boundaries (geographies) - Census Block Groups, Census Tracts, and Census Designated Places. Census Block Groups are the smallest geographical unit for which income data are available and consists of ~2,000 people. Census Tracts are a geographic region that consists of several Block Groups and contains ~ 6,000 people. Census Designated Places are a concentration of population that may be an incorporated city or town or unincorporated community.
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