Houston, Texas Community & Region
-- Demographic Economic Characteristics & Patterns
The Americas Communities Program (ACP) provides organized, multi-sourced data and tools to facilitate planning and community development by individual communities (more information). This document is focused on Houston, Texas and provides access to these resources to analyze and better understand characteristics of the community and regional environment.
The most detailed attributes about Houston shown in this document are the monthly updating Integrated Data Profile (#5) and the school district Comparative Analysis Profile (#6). Use the neighborhood patterns GIS (about GIS) resources (#7) to zoom-in to intersection level, add your own data, view other types of patterns.
1. Houston in Context of Area
2. Houston Metropolitan Area
3. City Patterns
-- Houston, TX demographic-economic characteristics; compare with other cities
4. County-Metro Patterns
-- Harris County, TX; Houston TX MSA demographic-economic characteristics; compare with areas
5. Harris County Integrated Data Profile -- updates monthly
6. Houston School District Comparative Analysis
-- Houston, TX - Texas - U.S.; see related school district comparative profiles
7. Houston Neighborhood Patterns
8. ZIP Code Patterns
-- Houston area ZIP Code areas
9. Congressional Districts
10. State Legislative Districts
11. Public Use Microdata Areas
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