D 2032 202 LUCA Digital Reponsdent Guide

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1 nsus 2020 Census Local Update of Ce Operation (LUCA) Addresses Respondent Guide Digital Address List Format U.S. Department of Commerce Economic and Statistics Administration U.S. CENSUS BUREAU census.gov

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3 Table of Contents Paperwork Reduction Act Statement ... ... vi ... Introduction to the 2020 Census Local Update of Census Addresses ... ... Operation vii ... ... Background ... ... ... vii A. LUCA Responsibilities ... ... B. vii ... C. Training and Technical Sup port ... ... ... viii ... Chapter 1. ... 1 Before You Begin Your Review 1.1 The Census Bureau’s Master Address File ... ... 1 1.2 The Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing Database ... ... ... 1 ... ... ... ... 1.3 1 What is a Housing Unit? 1.4 What are Group Quarters? ... ... ... 2 1.5 Unacceptable Types of Housing Units and Group Quarters ... 3 1.6 Census Bureau Addresses ... ... ... 3 1.7 Census Tract ... ... ... ... 4 ... 1.8 Census Block ... ... ... 5 1.9 What is Geocoding? ... ... ... 5 1.10 ... ... ... 5 Ungeocoded Addresses Strategies for Reviewing the Census Bureau’s Address List ... 6 1.11 Local Address Sources ... ... ... 6 1.12 The LUCA Digital Address Materials ... ... 7 Chapter 2. Protecting Census Bureau Address Information ... ... 7 2.1 ... ... 2.2 8 File Names for State and County Governments 2.3 The File Layouts ... ... ... 19 Chapter 3. The LUCA Paper Maps ... ... ... 26 3.1 ... ... 26 Understanding a Large Format LUCA Paper Map Bureau PDF Maps ... 3.2 ... 31 The Census ... Chapter 4. Reviewing and Updating the Address List and Paper Maps ... 47 4.1 Action Codes ... ... ... .. 47 ... 4.2 - city Style Addresses ... Non ... 67 4.3 Ungeocoded Addresses — States and Counties Only ... ... 73 4.4 Transitory Location Addresses ... ... ... 74 ... ... Saving the Census Address List File 77 4.5 — i Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

4 Chapter 5. ... ... 78 TIGER Partnership Shapefiles Shapefile Background ... ... ... 78 5.1 Preparing Your Edited Shapefile for Submission ... ... 5.2 88 Generating Structure points with ArcGIS ... ... 90 Chapter 6. Using ArcGIS to Generate Structure Points from the Digital Address List ... 90 6.1 ... ... 96 Submitting Your Updated Materials Chapter 7. Preparing the Address List for Submission ... ... 96 7.1 ... for Submission Sorting the Paper Maps ... 97 7.2 7.3 Preparing the Shapefiles for Submission ... ... 97 7.4 - 2011 Inventory Form for the Return/Submissi on of Completing the D 98 ... ... ... Materials ... 7.5 Shipping Your Title 13 LUCA Materials ... ... 98 7.6 LUCA Secure Web Incoming Module (SWIM) Submission ... 99 Chapter 8. Next Steps ... ... ... 105 Appendices ... ... ... ... 106 ... Appendix A. Confidentiality and Se curity Guidelines ... A - 1 A1 Introduction ... ... ... ... A - 1 1 - A2 A Title 13, U.S. Code ... ... ... A3 ... ... ... A - 2 The Confidentiality Agreement ... ... ... A4 A - 2 Security Guidelines Appendix B. ... ... The Large Format Paper Map Legend B - 1 Appendix C. The PDF Small Format Block Map Legend ... ... C - 1 Appendix D. Physical Location Description and Street Type Abbreviation Examples ... ... ... D - 1 Appendix E. Unit Designation Abbreviation Examples ... ... E - 1 ... Appendix F. Confidentiality Agreement Form ... F - 1 Appendix G. ... G - 1 Inventory Form for the Return or Submission of LUCA Materials H ... . Appendix H. - 1 Destruction or Return of Title 13 Materials Form Appendix I. ... ... Contact Information Update Form I - 1 Appendix J. MAF/TIGER Feature Classification ... ... J - 1 Appendix K. ... ... ... Shapefile Names K - 1 Shapefile Layouts ... ... ... L - 1 Appendix L. M - ... 1 Appendix M. Glossary ... ... — ii Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

5 Tables ... ... ... ... ix Table 1: LUCA Schedule ... ... ... ... ... 9 Table 2: Entity Identification Codes ... ... ... 22 ... Table 3: Digital Address List Record Layout ... ... ... 25 Table 4: Digital Address Count List Record Layout ... tity Code ... ... ... 32 Table 5: Entity Type and En Table 6: Edges Shapefile Data Dictionary ... ... ... 80 ... ... ... ... 80 Table 7: Change Type Codes for Feature Corrections Table 8: SWIM Submission ... ... ... ... 99 Table 9: Physical Location and Street Type Abbreviations ... ... ... D - 1 Table 10: Unit Designation Abbreviations ... ... ... ... E - 1 ... - J 1 Table 11: MAF/TIGER Feature Classification ... ... ... Table 12: State Shapefiles Names ... ... ... ... K - 1 Table 13: County Shapefiles Names ... ... ... ... K - 2 Table 14: Edges Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_edges) ... ... ... L - 1 Table 15: Address Ranges Attribute File (PVS_17_v2_addr) ... ... ... L - 2 ... Table 16: Census Block Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_tabblock2010) ... ... L - 3 Table 17: Census Tract Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_curtracts) ... ... ... L - 4 Table 18: American Indian Areas Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_aial) ... ... ... L - 5 Table 19: County and Equivalent Areas Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_county) ... ... L - 6 ... ... ... L - 7 Table 20: County Subdivisions Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_mcd) L 8 - Table 21: Incorporated Place Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_place) ... ... ... — iii Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

6 Figures ps (No PDF Maps) Figure 1. Title 13 Data Disc Screen for Digital Address List and Large Format Paper Ma ... ... ... ... 13 Product Preference Participants Figure 2. Title 13 Data Disc Screen for Digital Address List and Large Format Paper/PDF Maps Product ... ... ... 13 Preference Participants ... ... 13 Figure 3. Title 13 Data Disc Digital Address List and Digital Maps Product Preference Participants ... ... ... ... ... 14 Figure 4. Copied Folder ... ... ... ... 14 Figure 5. Command Prompt Screen ... Figure 6. Extracted Address List ... ... 15 ... Figure 7. - Title 13 Data Disc Screen for Digital Address List and Digital Maps Product Preference Non ... ... ... ... 15 Participants ... ... ... ... ... 15 Figure 8. Copied File Screen Figure 9. Command Prompt Screen ... ... ... 16 ... Figure 10. Address Count List and Digital Maps Folders ... ... ... 16 Figure 11. Importing a File in Excel ... ... ... ... 17 Figure 12. Selecting the Address List File ... ... ... 17 ... ... ... ... 18 Figure 13. Text Import Wizard Step 1 ... ... ... ... ... 18 Figure 14. Text Import Wizard Step 2 ... ... ... ... 19 Figure 15. Text Import Wizard Step 3 ... ... ... Figure 16. Boundary ... 28 Improvements Figure 17. LUCA Large Format Parent Sheet Paper Map ... ... ... 29 Figure 18. LUCA Block to Map Sheet Relationship List ... ... 30 ... Figure 19. “maps” Folder ... ... ... ... 31 ... Figure 20. “maps” Extracted Files ... ... ... ... 32 Figu ... ... ... ... 33 re 21. Boundary Improvements Figure 22. The Block to Map Sheet Relationship File ... ... ... 33 Figure 23. Example of the Digital Block to Map Sheet Relationship List Opened in Wordpad ... 34 ... Figure 24. Importing a File in Excel ... ... ... 34 Figure 25. Text Import Wizard Step 1 ... ... ... 35 ... ... ... ... 35 Figure 26. Text Import Wizard Step 2 ... ... ... ... 36 ... Figure 27. Text Import Wizard Step 3 ... ... ... ... Figure 28. Entity Index Map 37 ... ... ... ... 38 Figure 29. Paper Icon ... ... ... ... ... ... 38 Figure 30. Scroll Bar Figure 31. Map Screen Icon ... ... ... 38 ... ... ... ... 38 Figure 32. Image Magnification ... ... ... ... ... ... 39 Figure 33. Parent Sheet Figure 34. Parent Sheet Zoomed In ... ... ... 39 ... Figure 35. Command Prompt Screen ... ... ... ... 40 Figure 36. List of Files for the Title13 Block Maps ... ... ... 40 Figure 37. Page 1 Showing Two Sheets Required to Display One Block (1000) ... 42 ... e 38. Pages 2 and 3 Showing the Individual Images of Block 1000 (Training Fictitious Information) ... 43 Figur — — Fictitious Information) ... ... 43 Figure 39. Landscape Map Image Example (Training Figure 40. Inset Map (Training — ... ... ... 44 Fictitious Information) — Fictitious Information) ... ... 45 Figure 41. Printing Small Format Block Maps (Training Figure 42. Advance Printing ... ... ... ... 45 Figure 43. Print As Image ... ... ... .. 45 ... ... Figure 44. PDF — Fictitious Information) Block Map Example (Training ... 46 Figure 45. Example Address Ranges and Address Breaks (Training — Fictitious Information) ... 48 49 Figure 46. Adding a New Street on the Small Format Paper Map (Training ... Fictitious Information) — Figure 47. Adding a New Street and Unique Map Spot Numbers on the Small Format Paper Map (Training — Fictitious Information) ... ... ... ... 50 Figure 48. Identifying New GQ Structures with Map Spots on the Small Format Paper Map (Training — 52 ... ... ... ... Fictitious Information) — iv Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

7 Figure 49. Identifying a New Multiunit Structure on the Small Format Paper Map (Training — Fictitious ... ... ... 53 ... ... Information) f a Street and its Associated Addresses on the Small Format Paper Map Figure 50. Identifying the Location o Fictitious Information) ... ... ... .. (Training 55 — all Format Paper Map Figure 51. Identifying the Location of a Street and its Associated Addresses on the Sm Fictitious Information) ... with Address Ranges and Address Breaks (Training — 55 raining — Figure 52. Identifying an Address Located in an Incorrect Block on the Small Format Paper Map (T ... ... ... ... 56 Fictitious Information) — ... 57 Fictitious Information) Figure 53. Correcting a Street Name on the Small Format Paper Map (Training Figure 54. Deleting a Section of a Street and Addresses that No Longer Exist on the Small Format Paper Map — Fictitious Information) ... ... ... .. 59 (Training Addresses that No Longer Exist on the Small Format Paper Map Figure 55. Deleting an Entire Street and — Fictitious Information) ... ... ... (Training 60 .. Format Figure 56. Identifying New Physical Location Description Addresses with Map Spots on the Small — ... Fictitious Information) Paper Map (Training ... ... 69 Figure 57. Identifying Missing Rural Route and Box Number Addresses with Map Spots on the Small Format Paper Map (Training Fictitious Infor mation) ... ... ... 70 — Figure 58. Identifying Ungeocoded Address with Unique Map Spot Numbers on the Small Format Paper Map Fictitious Information) (Training ... ... .. 74 — ... Figure 59. Create Features ... ... ... ... 82 Figure 60. Line Tool ... ... ... ... ... 82 Figure 61. Digitizing a New/Missing Street ... ... ... 83 ... ... ... 83 Figure 62. Map and Attribute Table for Adding a New/Missing Street Figure 63. Map and Attribute Table for Correcting a Street Name ... ... ... 84 Figure 64. Attribute Table for Correcting MTFCC ... ... ... 85 Figure 65. Attribute Table for Deleting a Road Feature ... ... ... 85 ... 86 Figure 66. Incorrect Location of a Street ... ... ... Figure 67. Map and Attribute Table for Correcting the Location of a Street ... 87 ... ... ... ... 87 Figure 68. Summary of Actions ... Export Data Selection ... ... ... Figure 69. 88 ... Figure 70. ... ... ... Export Data ... 88 ... Figure 71. Edited Road Features for Submission ... ... ... 89 Figure 72. Selecting Layers in ArcGIS ... ... ... ... 90 ... ... ... ... 91 Figure 73. Add Address Data Figure 74. Display XY Data ... ... ... ... 91 ... Figure 75. X and Y Fields ... ... ... ... 92 Figure 76. ... Selecting NAD 1983 ... ... ... 92 Figure 77. Display XY Data Screen ... ... ... ... 93 Warnin ... ... ... ... 93 Figure 78. g Message ... ... ... Figure 79. “Events” Shapefile 94 ... Export Data Confirmation Figure 80. ... ... ... ... 94 Figure 81. Corresponding Address and Map Spot Highlighted ... ... ... 95 Figure 82. Mailing Envelopes ... ... ... ... 99 Figure 83. Mailing Envelopes ... ... ... ... 6 ... Figure 84: Legend ... ... ... ... B - 1 C - 1 Figure 85: Small Format Block Map Legend ... ... ... ... — v Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

8 PAPERWORK REDU CTION ACT STATEMENT A federal agency may not conduct or sponsor, nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with a collection of information subject to the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act unless that collection of informat ion displays a current valid OMB Control Number. This collection is voluntary. The authority for conducting this collection comes from Title 13 U.S.C., Chapter 1, Subchapter 1, Section 16. The OMB Control Number for this information collection is 0607 - 0994 . Public reporting for this collection of information is estimated to be approximately 21 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, completing and reviewing the collection of information. rden and suggestions for reducing the Comments concerning the accuracy of this bu burden should be directed to: Paperwork Reduction 0607 - 0994 United States Census Bureau 4600 Silver Hill Road Room 4H177 Washington, DC 20233 ntiality pledge Notice to revise its confide Federal Register The Census Bureau issued a language to address the new cybersecurity screening requirements: Per the Federal Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2015, your data are protected from cybersecurity risks through screening of the systems that transmit your data. — vi Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

9 INTRODUCTIO N TO DATE OF THE 2020 CENSUS LOCAL UP RATION CENSUS ADDRESSES OPE Background A. The Local Update of Census Addresses Operation (LUCA) is a voluntary decennial census operation. LUCA is the only opportunity prior to the 2020 Census for tribal, state, overnments (including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico) to review and local g and update the Census Bureau’s residential address list for their jurisdiction. The Census Bureau relies on a complete and accurate address list to reach every living quarters and as sociated population for inclusion in the census. The Census Address List Improvement Act of 1994 (Public Law 103 - 430) authorizes the LUCA operation. < https://www.census.g ov/geo/partnerships/luca - pl - 103 - 430.html > f or more Refer to information. Title 13, United States Code (U.S.C.), provides for the confidential treatment of address information and structure points showing the location of housing units or group quarters. For more i C., please refer to nformation about Title 13, U.S. < https://www.census.gov/history/www/reference/privacy_confidentiality/title_13_us_cod . Sign ed confidentiality agreements and restrictions are required to participate in e.html > Confidentiality and Security Guidelines or refer to LUCA. See Appendix A, www.census.gov/geo/partnerships/luca.ht > . ml < LUCA Responsibilities B. The Census Bureau’s LUCA responsibilities include: Provide training to LUCA participants.   Provide the necessary materials to participants. Provide assistance.  Process updates submitted by LUCA participants.  Review and validate LUCA submissions.   Provide feedback materials for participant review.  Provide assistance for participants to resolve any address discrepancies.  for a formal appeal of disputed addresses by an independent federal agency Provide outside of the Census Bureau a nd the Department of Commerce. The LUCA participant responsibilities include:  Select your LUCA liaison and reviewers. The Census Bureau suggests that individuals in nforcement your jurisdiction involved in zoning e not work on this operation since this may create a conflict of interest.  Sign and return D - 2002 — Registration Form .  R ead, unders tand, and agree to abide by D - 2004 — Confidentiality and Security including a Guidelines ll liaisons, reviewers, and anyone with access to Title 13, U.S.C. materials (See Ap . ) Confidentiality and Security Guidelines pendix A for the terms of the — vii Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

10  return to the Census Bureau D - 2005 — Confidenti ality Agreement Form S ign and the signature of all anyone with access to Title 13 liaisons, reviewers, and including . materials Complete a nd return the D - 2006 — Self - Assessment Checklist .  D - 2003 — Product Preference Form . Complete and return the  Ensure that everyone working on LUCA understands the procedures for participating in  the operation and Census Bureau terminology and c oncepts. 1 Keep Cens us Bureau addresses and maps showing structure points  (housing units and group quarters locations) confidential and ensure they ar e used only for census purposes. Ensure the receipt of all require d materials for the LUCA review.  Prepare a strategy to cond  ct the review of LUCA materials. u  C omplete your address list review and return your updated materials to the Census Bureau w ithin 120 calendar days o f receiving your LUCA materials.  . Review the Census Bureau’s detailed feedback materials  a ddress dis crepancies to the LUCA Appeals Office . Appeal the D estroy (preferred method) or return all Title 13 materials to the C ensus Bureau a fter  appeal process is complete. S date  ign and . the D - 2012 — Destruction or Return of Title 13, U.S.C. Materials Form For your conve nience, several forms are included in the Appendix and are available on http://www.census.gov/geo/partnerships/luca.html . These the LUCA Web site at < > forms include: D -  — Contact Informatio n Update Form — if you need to update LUCA contact 2001 information, complete and return this form.  D - 2004 — Confidentiality and Security Guidelines — p rovide s a detailed explanation for protecting and safeguarding the confidential Census Bureau materials covered by Title 13, United States Code (U.S.C.).  if your LUCA Liaison changes or to add - 2005 — Confidentiality Agreement Form — D additional reviewers complete and return this form.  - 2011 — Inventory Form for the Return/Submission of Materials — return this form with D your address and feature updates. D -  — Destruction or Return of Title 13 Materials — use this form at the conclusion of 2012 the LUCA operation to inform the Census Bureau that the LUCA liaison has destroyed or returned all Title 13 materials. C. Training and Technica l Support Training workshops provide instruction using the LUCA materials. In addition, self - training aids and webinars ar e available online at the LUCA W eb site at < www.census.gov/geo/partner ships/luca.html > . 1 is a coordinate location that represents the location of one or more housing units and/or group quarters. structure point A , Confidentiality and Security Guidelines. ee Appendix A Structure points are protected by Title 13, U.S.C. S — viii Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

11 - - If you need additional information or assistance, please call 1 : 844 - 344 Note 0169 or email at [email protected] Table 1 : LUCA Schedule Date Event Advance notice mailed to Highest Elected Of ficials (HEO), Tribal January 2017 Chairs (TC), and other LUCA contacts. March 2017 LUCA Promotional Workshops begin. LUCA Invitation and Registration materials mailed to HEOs, TCs, and July 2017 Governors. October 2017 LUCA Training Workshops begin. 2018 February - April Participants receive their LUCA materials. March - September 2018 Census Bureau processes LUCA submissions. May 2019 April 2018 - Census Bureau validates 2020 LUCA addresses. August 2019 June - or review. Census Bureau delivers feedback materials to participants f April 1, 2020 Census Day. — ix Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

12 CHAPTER 1. R REVIEW BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOU Chapter 1 explains some of the terms and concepts used by the Census Bureau and recommended strategies for your LUCA review. Refer to the Glossary or visit the Census Bureau’s W eb site a t < https://www.census.gov/geo/reference/ > for additional terms and definitions. 1.1 The Census Bureau’s Master Address File The Master Address File (MAF) is a nationwide database of all addresses used to su pport many of the Census Bureau’s operations. Besides containing mailing addresses and ZIP Codes, an address record in the MAF also contains geographic information about the location of addresses. In areas where there are - city style non addresses (e.g., ru ral route or post office box number), the address record may contain additional information such as a location description. 1.2 The Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing Database Address records in the MAF link to road segments or road features in the Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (TIGER) database. The TIGER database includes the geographic coordinates and names of all streets, water features, (census statistical areas a nd other linear features, and boundaries for jurisdictions and 2 3 tracts , census blocks used to tabulate decennial census data. , etc.) 1.3 Unit ? What is a Housing The Census Bureau defines a housing unit as: A single - family house, townhouse, mobile home, trailer, apartment, group of rooms, or a si ngle room occupied as a separate living quarters or, if vacant, intended for occupancy as a separate living quarters. Separate living quarters is one in which one or more occupants (or intended occupants, if vacant) live separate from any other individual( s) in the building and have direct access to the living quarters without going through another living quarters, such as from outside the building or through a common hall . The following types of housing units are acceptable and should be included on the up dates to the Census Bureau’s Address List that you submit:  s, condominiums, and apartments. Houses, including townhouse  Living quarters within an otherwise nonresidential structure such as an apartment withi n a church, school, or business. 2 A census tract is a small, relatively permanent statistical division of a county or statistically equivalent entity, delineated for the purpose of presenting Census Bureau statistical data. 3 is a geographic area bounded by visible features, such as streets, roads, streams, and railroad tracks, and A cens us block invisible features, such as the boundaries of governmental units and other legal entities. Census blocks are the smallest are a for e Census Bureau collects and tabulates statistical information. which th — 1 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

13  Mobile homes or t railers occupied as separate living quarters, or if vacant, intended for occupancy as separate living quarters . sites movable or mobile housing, portable housing units, for Transitory location (TL)  railers that are pulled by cars or boats, motorized recreational vehicles (RVs), tents, t and See Section trucks. . 4.4  Any housing units under construction that will be habitable (closed to the elements with final roof, windows, and doors) on Census Day, April 1, 2020. 1.4 Group Quarters? What are s ) are a place where people live or stay, in a group living Group Quarters (GQ arrangement owned or managed by an entity or organization providing housing and/or services for the residents. This is not a typical household g arrangement. - type livin These services may include custodial or medical care as well as other types of assistance, and residency is commonly restricted to those receiving these services. not Residents group quarters are usually related . of oup quarters are acceptable and should be included on your The following types of gr address list: updated  Correctional facilities : Federal and state prisons. o Local jails and other municipal confinement facilities. o o Correctional residential facilities.  . Group homes Juvenile faciliti :  es - correctional). o Group homes for juveniles (non Residential treatment centers for j o - correctional). uveniles (non o Correctional facilities intended for juveniles.  Nursing homes : o Nursing facili ties/skilled - nursing facilities. Note : Residents of assisted liv ing, congregate care, and continuing care communities who are not receiving skilled nursing care are included in the housing unit population. Assisted living quarters are considered housing units and not group quarters as long as they have from outside or from a common hall. separate access  Homeless shelters.  Hospitals : o Mental (psychiatric) hospitals and psychiatric units in other hospitals. o Hospitals with patients who h ave no usual home elsewhere. patient hospice facilities. o In -  . tories, fraternities, sororities College or university dormi — 2 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

14  Workers’ group living quarters or dormitories . Religious group quarters .   Any group quarters under construction that will be habitable (closed to the elements with 0. final roof, windows, and doors) on Census Day, April 1, 202 : Housing units and group quarters can exist within the same structure. For example, Note assisted living quarters (housing units) may be located in the same structure that contains a nursing facility (group quarters). 1.5 Unacceptable Types of Housing Uni ts and Group Quarters Exclude the following unacceptable types of housing units and group quarters updates to the Census Bureau’s Address List : addresses from your  Condem ned or scheduled for demolition.  Un der construction or remodeling for conversion to a nonresidential purpose .  Used solely for nonresidential s torage.  Used solely as offices or busin esses in which no one is living. Used solely for ceremonial purposes  .  Transitory units (TUs) including pads, sites, slips, units, and rooms located at transitory locations (TL s Section 4.4 . ). See Under construction and will not be habitable (closed to the elements with final roof,  windows, and doors) on Census Day, April 1, 2020. Note The LUCA materials do not contain residential addresses within military installations. The : Department of Defense provides the enumeration numbers to the Census Bureau for those living on military bases. The Census Bureau does not canvass or mail to addresses on military installations so t here is no need to include these addresses as part of the LUCA review. 1.6 Census Bureau Addresses 1.6.1 and Nonresidential Addresses Residential The Census Bureau divides all addresses in two use types, residential and to nonresidential. Residential addresses are ad dresses of housing units and/or group quarters where one or more people could live. Nonresidential addresses are addresses of a structure or unit within a structure that do not serve as a residence, such as commercial establishments, schools, government of fices, and churches. Note : Some structures can contain both residential and nonresidential units, even though they have a single address such as an apartment over a store or a home with an office. In this instance, the LUCA operation considers this addres s residential since it contains a housing unit. City Style Address Format 1.6.2 The Census Bureau classifies housing units and group quarters that have a house number and street name address, for example, 212 Elm Street or 137 Clark Court, — 3 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

15 Apt. 3 style addresses. In some instances, the house number may also include , as city an alpha character such as 35A or W9254. These are mailing address or addresses that provide location for emergency services, such as police, fire, and rescue (E - 911 addresses). style a ddresses for housing units in multiunit structures, such as apartment City buildings, contain a unit designator, for example, Apt 101 or Suite D or a location designator such as “rear” or “basement” (Refer to , Unit Designation Appendix E Abbreviations sus Bureau and the United States P ostal Service (USPS) ). The Cen treat these designators as part of the housing unit address, and they are included in each affected census address record. , : For 2020 LUCA, participants Note Apt 1, Apt 2, Unit A, must provide unit identifiers (e.g. Unit B) for multiunit buildings. Ensure that all your apartment buildings, especially small multiunit buildings (3 - 4 units), such as large houses subdivided into apartments, have a separate address line for each unit that includes the ba sic street address and the individual unit designation. 1.6.3 Non - city Style Address Format The Census Bureau classifies addresses tha t do not include a house number and/or a - street name as non - city style addresses. Non city style addresses also may not include a complete house number and street name address. Frequently used non city style - mailing addresses include: Rural route and box number.  .  Highway contract route and box number General delivery.   Post Office box only delivery (Not accepted for LUCA). - city Non style addresses often do not follow any numeric sequence and may not be associated with the name of the street or highway on which they are located. For this reason, the Census Bureau uses different methods to compile the list of addresses for inclusion i nto the address list, such as a physical location description (BRICK H OUSE w/ATTACHED GARAGE ON RIGHT), structure points (geographic coordinates), and census geographic codes (state code, county code, census tract number, census block number). Census Tract 1.7 Census tracts are small, relatively permanent statistical subdivisions of a county or statistically equivalent entity. Numbered uniquely within each county, c ensus tracts:  D elineated for presenting Census Bureau statistical data .  Generally, have a populat ion size between 1,200 and 8,000 people, with an optimum size of 4,000 people .  Follow relatively permanent visible features . .  visible features - May follow governmental unit boundaries and other non — 4 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

16  ccasionally split due to population growth or merge becaus e of substantial population O . decline C onsists of a six - digit code with a decimal betwe  contains a en the fourth and fifth digit, four - digit base number, in clu ding leading zeroes, plus a two - digit number suffix, with trailing ze roes. For example, 1234.01 and 0003.00. 1.8 Census Block A geographic area bounded by visible features, such as streets, roads, streams, and railroad tracks, and invisible features, such as the boundaries of governmental units and or which the Census Bureau other legal entities. A census block is the smallest area f collects and tabulates statistical information. Census blocks are numbered within in census tracts and are unique to the census tract which they belong. For example, if your jurisdiction has three different census tracts then eac h will likely contain a census block 1000. Pay close attention to both the census tract and census block number on the address list when conducting your review and making updates. Note : The 2020 LUCA operation uses 2010 tabulation blocks represented as “ tabblock2010” in the TIGER Partnership shapefiles for digital map participants . What is Geocoding? 1.9 In the order to process your address submissions, the Census Bureau requires . Geocoding is the assignment of census geographic code information inclusion of an address or structure to a location identified by one or more geographic codes. correct state, county, census tract, and census block Geographic codes include the codes. Because the Census Bureau counts people where they live, geocodes support the atic collection of data that allows Census enu merators to locate an address. system They are also important in allocating data from questionnaire responses to the correct location You must include census geographic code information or structure coordinates . tude and longitude) for the Census Bureau to process your address submissions . (lati either the census geographic The Census Bureau will not accept addresses without codes (geocodes) including the state, county, census tract, and census block codes or by providi ng structure coordinates (latitude and longitude) on the address list . You can find the census geographic codes on your LUCA materials. 1.10 Ungeocoded Addresses The USPS provides addresses to the Ce nsus Bureau on a regular basis. Although these addresses inclu de state and county codes, the Census Bureau further geocodes these addresses to include the census tract and census block. In some cases, where the Census Bureau does not have new roads or road names in TIGER, these addresses could remain ungeocoded to th e correct census tract or block. The Census Address L ist for state and county participants may contain ungeocoded addresses that he could indicate areas of new growth where the Census Bureau may be missing t or the structure coordinates eocodes Please provide the g corresponding road features. — 5 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

17 (latitude and longitude) for these addresses, if known, to ensure that the Census Bureau can enumerate each housing unit in the correct location. 1.11 Census Bureau’s Address List Strategies for Reviewing the how to conduct the LUCA review, consider your time, staff, and When deciding available local address information. If a complete review is not possible, focus your review on these areas: Annexed land.  and complexes. Apartment buildings  Areas along governmental boundaries .  Areas of new housing construction (ap  artment complexes/subdivisions).  Blocks with the greatest address count differences between the Census Bureau’s address block count and your address block count.  E - 911 address conversion areas .  Group Quarters (e.g., h ousing such as co llege dorms, and nursing homes).  New mobile home park s or new scattered mobile homes.  Single - family homes converted to mu ltifamily homes, and vice versa.  Warehouses converted to reside ntial lofts. : N ote ltiunit identifiers (i.e., Apt 1, Apt 2, or Unit 1, New for the 2020 LUCA Operation, mu Unit 2) are required for all new added addresses and address updates for multiunit structures. The Census Bureau will not process multiunit addresses without multiunit identifiers. 1.12 Local Address Sources There are many possible sources of local address information. Some of these sources may not match the Census Bureau’s Address List exactly, but they are a good indication of where change is taking place and can help you identify addresses that you need to add to the ddress L ist. Census A Potential local address sources for compiling your residential address list:  Annexation records . Assessment or tax files (residential units)  .  . Driver’s license files  E - 911 address files.  Housing inspection records or occupa ncy permits .  Local utility records .  New housing construction or building permits (include units that are under construction only if final roof, doors, and windows will be in place on Census Day, April 1, 2020) .  Planning and zoning records . . t records  School enrollmen  Voter registration files. — 6 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

18 CHAPTER 2. RESS MATERIALS THE LUCA DIGITAL ADD information describes This chapter discusses protecting Census Bureau address and ddress materials. All address list and map examples the Census Bureau’s digital a use fictitious information. containing map spots Protecting Census Bureau Address Information 2.1 file to the Census The most efficient method to review and match your local address file Bureau’s address Census Bureau’s digital address file onto a is to copy the computer hard dri ve. You must first ensure the protection of the Census Bureau’s Title 13, U.S.C. address information including your Census Bureau digital address file, all address list paper copies, and maps (including copies ) containing structure points For detailed information refer to Appendix A, Confide (map spots). ntiality and Security Guidelines. If you need to add additional reviewers during your LUCA review, a blank Confidentiality Agreement Form (D - 2005) is included in Appendix G . Be sure additional reviewers ha ve read and understand the , Appendix A, before Confidentiality and Security Guidelines signing and returning the Confidentiality Agreement Form (D - 2005) to the Census Bureau. Any Information Technology (IT) systems used for LUCA participation must be 2005) acces sible only to those who have signed the Confidentiality Agreement Form (D - . Your should restrict the read, write, and delete functions t o all Title 13 IT system materials. General Guidelines 2.1.1. Construct electronic security profiles to allow only the LUC A liaison and the LUCA  reviewers to access Title 13 materials. Test your security to ensure that access is restricted. Use file encryption and passwords to protect all digital Title 13 materials at all times.  Advanced Encryption Sta (AES) with key length of 256 bits. Encrypt files using the ndard  Do not leave open computers containing Title 13 materials unattended. Log - off computers or lock the room.  Label all digital media and every printed page of any paper materials produced from Title 13 electronic media with the following: “This document contains information, the release of which is prohibited by Title 13, U.S.C., and is for U.S. Census Bureau official use only. Wrongful disclosure or release mprisonment (Publi of information can be punished by fine or i - 474) ” c Law 99 < https://www.census.gov/history/www/reference/privacy_confidentiality/title_13_us_code .html >. -  Do not send the backup media off - site. Store Title 13 materials in a secured area. Do not mix, store, or back - up LUCA data with other data. Clear dedicated media containing Title 13 materials before reuse. Overwrite Title 13  program. three times using a commercial disk utility a minimum of digital data — 7 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

19  Do not disclose precise or even anecdotal information about Census Bureau addresses - 2005) . or locations to anyone who has not signed the Form (D Confidentiality Agreement Password Guidelines 2.1.2. - on routines that require a u ser - ID and password that The IT systems must use log conform to the following guidelines: - ID and password required for the LUCA liaison, the LUCA reviewers, and Unique user  anyone who has signed the Confidentiality Agreement . Must consist of at least 12 , nonblank characters consistin g of at least one alphabet letter  cter (i.e., $,*, or &). and either one number or one special chara Reject passwords that are the same as the user ID or used within the last -  six months.  rds after three failed attempts. Disable passwo asswords.  Mask p  password changes every 90 days or immediately, if compromised. Require  Require user to change an assigned password to a unique password the first time the user accesses a new account. 2.2 File Names for State and County Governments The digital address list file conta ins all of the residential addresses currently recorded by the Census Bureau for your jurisdiction. The digital address count list file contains the s residential address counts for each census b lock within your jurisdiction. The file name code (FIPS) for your contain your uniq ue Federal Information Processing S eries jurisdiction. The name of each of the files is: is : 2020LUCA __address_list.csv , where 1) Address List XXyyyyyyyyyy . Where XX is the two character, alpha entity type represente d as follows:  ST — state  CO — county  PL — place MC  — minor civil division (MCD) In addition, where is a variable length, numeric entity ID code represented yyyyyyyyyy as follows:  State : 2 digits  County : 5 digits  Place : 7 digits  Minor Civil Division (MCD): 10 digit 2020LUCA _XXyyyyyyyyyy_address_countlist.csv . 2) Address Count List: — 8 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

20 Table 2 Entity Identification Codes : Total Entity Identification Code Entity Characters State ST (2 alpha) + (2 numeric) 4 CO (2 alpha) + State (2 numeric) + County (3 numeric) 7 County Place 9 PL (2 alpha) + State (2 numeric) + FIPS Place (5 numeric) MC (2 alpha) + State (2 numeric) + County (3 numeric) + Minor Civil 12 Division (MCD) FIPS MCD (5 numeric) 2.2.1 File Name Examples 2.2.1.1 Address List File Names 4 - tate file name – ST01 (Alabama) : character s ” is the state  ST ” is state and “ 01 2020LUCA_ST01_address_list.csv code for , where “ Alabama. 7 - character county file name – CO42085 (Mercer County , Pennsylvania) : CO  _address_list. csv , where “ 2020LUCA_CO42085 ” is county, “ 42 ” is the state code for Pennsylvania and “ 085 ” is the county code for Mercer County. - 9 character place file name – PL0100124 (Abbeville city) :  PL0100124 _address_list. csv , where “ PL ” is place, “ 01 ” is the state code 2020LUCA_ Alabama 00124 ” is the FIPS pl ace code for Abbeville city . for , and “ - character minor civil division – MC4208567472 (Salem Township , Mercer 12 County, Pennsylvania) : 2020LUCA_  , where “ MC ” is minor civil division, in MC4208567472_address_list.csv this instance, a township; “ 42 ” is the state code for Pennsylvania ; “ 085 ” is the county code for Mercer 67472 ”, the minor civil division code for Salem Township . County; and “ Address Count List File Names 2.2.1.2 The address count list file follows the same naming convention as the address list file but uses “_addres .” Because the naming convention is identical to the s_countlist.csv address list file for each entity type, there is no need to repeat all examples. The example below provides the address count list file name for a 9 - character place — Abbeville city Alabama : ,  2020LUCA_PL0100124 ” is the state csv , where “ PL ” is place, “ 01 _address_countlist. . Alabama Abbeville city ” is the Census place code for 00124 , and “ code for — 9 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

21 2.2.2 File Names for Tribal Governments The address list file contains all the residential addresses cu rrently recorded by the Census Bureau for your reservation and/o r off reservation trust lands. The address count list file contains the residential address counts for each census block within your . The name of each file is: reservation and/or off reservation trust lands 2020LUCA_ TRxxxxTAyyyy_address_list.csv Address List: 1) Address Count List: 2020LUCA_TRxxxxTAyyyy_address_countlist.csv 2) file name s The contain your unique FIPS code assigned by the Census Bureau to your tribe and associated geographic area. Thi s fixed length alphanumeric code is composed of 12 characters. The tribal code is 6 characters:  TR + a 4 - digit numeric code o TR0013, and geographic area code he tribal is 6 characters: T  + a 4 - digit numeric code TA TA0185 . o Below is an example of a tribal ide ntification code and its associated geographic area:  TR0013TA0185 o TR0013 represents the Utu Utu Gwaitu Paiute Tribe of the Benton Paiute Reservation, and represents Benton Paiute Reservation, the geographic area associated with o TA0185 the Utu Utu Gwaitu Pa uite Tribe. The file name for the Address List is:  2020LUCA_ TR0013TA0185_address_list.csv , and The file name for the Address Count List is:  2020LUCA_ TR0013TA0185_address_countlist.csv . 2.2.3 The LUCA Materials Digital Files es on either one or two DVD discs depending on You receive the LUCA digital data fil the product preference you selected. One disc is the Title 13 Data Disc and the second is the Non - Title 13 Data Disc. In addition, if you chose the Digital Address List and a courtesy software installation disc for the Digital Maps selection, you receive Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS). The following three sections describe the information contained on each disc for the three available digital address list and map product preferences. — 10 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

22 2.2.3.1 ess List and Large Format Paper Maps (No PDF Maps) Digital Addr Product Preference Selection you receive one If you selected the digital address list and large format paper maps, disc. The Title 13 Data Disc contains the Census Bureau’s Title 13 Address List in a r named “ shape ” ( 2020LUCA__DISK1of2.exe ) . folde need the You password sent separate from your LUCA ly materials to open this zipped, encrypted file. In addition to the “ shape ” folder, the root directory of the disc contains non - Title 13 materials inclu ding:  — Address Count List. 2020LUCA__address_countlist.csv — 2020 Census Local Update of Census  2020LUCA_digital_respondent_guide.pdf , Digital Address List Format. Addresses Operation (LUCA) Respondent Guide 2020LUCA_header_file.txt — address list he ader layout template you may use to import  your local address list into the Census Bureau’s address list layout.  LUCA20_inventory.pdf — fillable PDF form, D - 2011 Inventory Form for the Return/Submission of Materials identifies the updated LUCA materials you are , submitting to the Census Bureau.  Readmefirst4.txt — provides detailed explanations of each folder and file on the disc. 2.2.3.2 Digit al Address List and Large Format Paper/PDF Maps Product Selection r/PDF maps, you receive If you selected the digital address list and large format pape one disc. The Title 13 data disc contains two folders: “ ” — contains the maps PDF Title 13 Block Maps ( Title13_BlockMaps.exe ) and the 1) S ection 3.2.6 . supplemental files. See 2) “ shape ” — contain s the Census Bureau’s Title 13 Address List 2020LUCA_ _DISK1of2.exe ). ( You need the password sent to you separately from your LUCA materials to open these Title 13 zipped, encrypted files. In addition to the “ maps ” and “ shape ” folders, the root directory of the disc contains non - Title 13 materials including: — Address Count List.  2020LUCA__address_countlist.csv 2020LUCA_digital_respondent_guide.pdf  2020 Census Local Update of Census — Addresses Operation (LUCA) Respondent Guide , Digital Add ress List Format.  2020LUCA_header_file.txt — address list header layout template you may use to import your local address list into the Census Bureau format  LUCA20_inventory.pdf — fillable PDF form, D - 2011 Inventory Form for the Return/Submission of Materials , identifies the updated LUCA materials you are submitting to the Census Bureau.  provides detailed explanations of each folder and file on the disc. — Readmefirst5.txt — 11 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

23 2.2.3.3 Digital Address List and Digital Maps Product Selection ital maps you receive two discs and a If you selected the digital addres s list and the dig the Geographic Update Partnership Software for courtesy software installation disc (GUPS) . The Title 13 Data Disc contains the Census Bureau’s Title 13 Address List in a folder ” named “ 2020LUC A__DISK1of2.exe ). You need the password sent shape ( to you separately from your LUCA materials to open this zipped, encrypted file. The Non - Title 13 Data Disc contains a folder named “ shape ” 2020LUCA__DISK 2 of2.exe ). You do not need a passwor d to open this file. ( This executable file contains: Individual digital map (TIGER artnership shapefiles) folders, one for your state and one  P for the county or each county in which your jurisdiction is located. 2020LUCA__address_countlist.csv — Ad dress Count List.  Additionally, the root directory of the Non Title 13 Data Disc contains: - 2020LUCA_digital_respondent_guide.pdf — 2020 Census Local Update of Census  , Digital Address List Format. Addresses Operation (LUCA) Respondent Guide  2020LUCA_gups_re spondent_guide.pdf — 2020 Census Local Update of Census Addresses Operation (LUCA) Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS) Respondent Guide. — address list header layout template you may use to import  2020LUCA_header_file.txt your local address list int o the Census Bureau format LUCA20_inventory.pdf — fillable PDF form, D -  2011 Inventory Form for the Return/Submission of Materials identifies the updated LUCA materials you are , submitting to the Census Bureau.  Readmefirst6.txt — provides detailed explanations of each folder and file on the disc. As a courtesy, this product preference selection receives a software installation disc containing the Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS). The respondent guide, which contains detailed information for using GU - Title PS, is included on the Non 13 Data Disc. 2.2.4 Creating a Working Copy of the LUCA Digital Files 2.2.4.1 The Digital Address List The Census Bureau recommends that you make a copy of each of the original files and place them on the hard drive of a computer that is password protected. This will preserve the original s should you need to look at an original record or require another original copy of the file. - Note : A case sensitive password is required to open the Address List file. The Census Bureau ly ord to you, separate mailed the passw from your LUCA materials. — 12 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

24 To keep your work organized, create a new directory or new folder on your hard drive.  Insert the Title 13 Data Disc DVD.  One of the following screens opens depending on your product preference selection. Figure 1 . Title 13 Data Disc Screen for Digital Address List and Large Format Paper M aps (No PDF Maps) Product Preference Participants . Large Format Paper/PDF Maps Title 13 Data Disc Screen for Digital Address List and 2 Figure Product Preference Participants Figure 3 . Maps Product Preference Participants Title 13 Data Disc Digital Address List and Digital  If you have files in addition to the “ shape ” folder, copy the files into the new directory or new folder that you created. ouble shape .” - click on the folder named “  D — 13 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

25 4 . Copied Folder Figure  After the folder opens, right click on the file named 2020LUCA__DISK1of2.exe and select Copy .  O pen the folder that you created. Right click and select Paste . Double click on the file in your new directory/folder named  2020LUCA__DISK1of2.exe A command prompt opens. Enter the password the Census Bureau sent to you. (Your  password is invisibl e and does not appear as you type.) Upon successful entry, the window shows the progress and closes when completed. Figure 5 . Command Prompt Screen The address list will ext  ract into the folder you created. The file name is 202 0LUCA__address_list.csv . Where is your jurisdiction’s entity identification code found on all of your LUCA materials. 6 Figure shows the extracted address list file in the folder:  — 14 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

26 6 . Extracted Address List Figure To open the address list, see Section 2.2.5 Converting Comma Delimited Text Files .  For the digital address list and lar ge format paper/PDF maps product preference  to extract the “ participants, see Section 3.2.1 Opening t he PDF Maps maps ” folder. 2.2.4.2 Non - Title 13 Materials (Digital Address Li st and Digital Maps Product Preference Participants)  Title 13 Data Disc DVD. Insert the Non -  When the screen opens, copy the files into the new folder that you created. Figure 7 Non - Title 13 Data Disc Screen for Digital Address List and Digital M aps . Product Preference Participants Double - click on the folder named “ s hape .”  Figure 8 . Copied File Screen Double click on the file in your new directory/folder named ,  . 2020LUCA__DISK2of2.exe — 15 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

27  A com mand prompt opens that shows the progress of the file extraction and closes upon completion. (You do not need the password to extract this file . ) Figure 9 . Command Prompt Screen and ss_countlist.csv 2020LUCA__addre the  The Address Count List, shows the digital maps are extracted into the folder you created. Figure 10 extracted files. Address Count List and Digital Maps Folders Figure . 10  les are in individual folders for the state and each county in which your The shapefi jurisdiction is located. For example, if your city spans three counties, as with Austin, Texas, you will see a state folder (shown as the state FIPS number, e.g., Texas is 48) and th ree county folders (shown as the state FIPS and county FIPS number, Hays (48209), Travis (48453) and Williamson (48491) counties . ) — 16 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

28 2.2.5 Converting Comma Delimited Text Files are comma .csv that extract from .exe actions described in Section The files 2.2 delimited text files . Most commercial spreadsheet and database programs can open the 4 3F etc. ). LUCA files (e.g., Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, In order to read the file contents properly, you need to import th e file rather than opening it . This example uses Excel 2016.  Open a new Excel spreadsheet. . Figure 11 Importing a File in Excel ’ Select ‘ Data ’. Click on ‘ Get External Data .  Select ‘ From Text .’  Navigate to the address list file you extracted and click on the file. When the file highlights, select ‘ Import ’ at the bottom of the screen.  Figure 12 . Selecting the Address List File 4 The Census Bureau does not endorse or recommend the use of any specific software to view its files. files. The program names included here are only examples of programs that are able to read digital — 17 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

29 window opens in Excel. Step 1 of 3, select ‘ The ‘ Text Import Wizard’ Next .’  Text Import Wizard Step 1 Figure 13 . ’ drop Text qualifier  ’ box. From the ‘ down menu, select - Comma Step 2 of 3, select the ‘ ’. Select ‘ ‘ {none} Next .’ Figure Text Import Wizard Step 2 14 . — 18 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

30  , hold down the ‘ Shift ’ key and scroll to the end of the columns. The columns Step 3 of 3 will highlight black. Select the ‘ Text ’ radio button.  Click ‘ Finish ’ at the bottom of the window.  Figure 15 . Text Import Wizard Step 3 Note : Define all field types as text, including numeric fields such as census tract number, census block number, GEOID, ZIP Code, and so forth to account for leading zeros that are important for accurate coding. Digital Address List Once the address list opens, f ollow the record layout in Table 3 : to name and define the sizes of your fields . Record Layout please call the Geographic Partnership If you need assistance or more information, 844 Support Desk toll free at 1 - - 344 - 0169 o r email [email protected] . The File Layouts 2.3 2.3.1 Census Bureau’s Address List The Census Bureau’s A ddress L ist contai ns all of the residential (city style and non - city style) addresses known to the Census B ureau within your jurisdiction, reservation or off - reservation trust lands . It also contains census geographic codes (state, county, census tract, census block) that indicate the location of each address. aximum of 649 characters and Each address record in the address list file is a m The first tains 24 fields of information. The character length of each record may vary . con row, or header row, of the address list file displays the field names for each data column in the file. — 19 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

31 Each address record contains the following fields that you may or may not edit to the : Census Address List’s existing addresses LINE_NUMBER Sequential number for each address record in the file. Do not edit 1) — this field. MAFID — Unique control number (maximum character length is 9 characters ) assigned 2) to each MAF address. Do not edit this field. by the Census Bureau 3) — Unique identification number (maximum character length is 12 characters) ENTITY assigned by the Census Bureau to each entity. Do not edit the Entity ID Code for existing address r ecords, but do record your Entity ID Code for address records that you add. 4) — Edit this field to record the type of change when an update is made to an ACTION address , including: A — Add new or missing addresses. C — Flagging addresses for correction. — addresses for deletion. D Flagging — J Flagging addresses not in your jurisdiction. N — Flagging addresses as nonresidential. 5) STATEFP — Two - digit state FIPS code for your jurisdiction. You may edit this field to record your correct state code. 6) COUNTYFP code for your jurisdiction. You may edit this Three - digit county FIPS — field to record your correct county code. - with a decimal betwe digit code en the fourth and fifth digit, 7) TRACT — C onsi sts of a six number contains a four cluding leading zeroes, plus a two - digit digit base number, in - suffix, with trailing ze roes. For example, 1234.01 and 0003.00. You may edit this field to record the correct census tract numbers when records are incorrectly geocoded . 8) BLOCK — Four - digit 2010 Census Tabulation Block Number. Census blocks are number ed uniquely from 0000 to 9999 within a census tract, which nest within a county and a state. The first digit of the census block number identifies the block group. You numbers may edit this field to record the correct census block when records are incorrec tly geocoded . COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK fields, — 15 - digit combination of 9) GEOID STATEFP, e.g.,01 0090054001009 . Do not edit this field . 10) GQ_FLAG — Displays a “ Y ” for addresses that are considered group quarters, such as nursing homes or dormitories. this field . Do not edit 11) HOUSENUMBER — The assigned address number, alone or with an address number prefix and/or address number suffix that identifies a location along a thoroughfare or within a community. Do not edit this field . of a thoroughfare as assigned by a — STREETNAME The full street or road name 12) governing authority or the used and recognized alternate (alias) name. You may edit this field. — 20 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

32 Note : Census blocks within your jurisdiction that contain no addresses known to the Census ing statement in the Complete Street Name field: “NO Bureau will contain the follow KNOWN ADDRESSES IN THIS BLOCK.” Do not edit records for blocks containing this statement. If there are residential addresses known in these blocks, add them following Chapter 4. . the instructions in APARTMENT UNIT — Within structure descriptor or identifier, such as APT 5 or 1st FL 13) Do not edit this field . FRN. : Multiunit identifiers are required for all new added addresses and address updates for Note nit structures for LUCA. The Census Bureau will not process a multiunit address multiu without a multiunit identifier. — ZIP 5 14) - digit USPS ZIP Code for city style mailing addresses. You may edit this field. 15) GQ NAME — Name associated with a group quarters (e.g., Dobbs Hall). Do not edit this field . 16) FACILITY NAME — Facility name if the group quarters is associated with a facility (e.g., Group Quarters Name is Dobbs Hall, associated with the Facility Name, University of Do not edit this field . Illinois). Description of the location and physical characteristics of LOCATION DESCRIPTIO N — 17) a living quarters (Red Ranch w/White Shutters). Do not edit this field . city style mail delivery address such as - 18) Identifies non NONCITYSTYLE ADDRESS — rural route or highway contract route and box Do not edit this field . number. NONCITYSTYLE ZIP — Five - digit USPS ZIP Code for non - city style mailing addresses. 19) You may edit this field. 20) MAPSPOT — Unique number assigned by the Census Bureau for each map spot within a block. Numbering starts over in each bl ock. You may edit this field. 21) USE — A value entered by the participant indicating if the address is used for M) services, B) both mailing mailing purposes, L) location purposes, including emergency and location purposes. This field is optional, use when addi ng addresses. 22) LAT — Address structure latitude, populated only if the Census Bureau has captured an address structure point for the address, otherwise blank. If blank or incorrect, you may edit this field. 23) LONG — Address structure longitude, populated only if the Census Bureau has captured an address structure point for the address, otherwise blank. If blank or incorrect, you may edit this field. Do city - ” if non N 24) CITY_STYLE — Displays “ Y ” if city style address or an “ style address. . not edit this field — 21 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

33 Table : 3 Digital Address List Record Layout Max Character Editable Description Field Name Length Sequential number for each address LINE_NUMBER 1 7 N record in the file. Unique control number assigned by the 2 MAFID 9 N to address Census Bureau each MAF Unique number assigned by the Census N - existing 12 3 ENTITY adds Y - Bureau to each entity. Entered by the participant to indicate an 4 1 ACTION Y action taken on the address. - STATEFP 5 2 digit Current State FIPS Code. Y Two 6 3 COUN TYFP Three - digit Current County FIPS Code. Y Consists of a six - digit code with a decimal between the fourth and fifth digit, contains a four digit base number, - Y 7 TRACT 7 - including leading zeroes, plus a two digit number suffix, with trailing zeroes. For e xample, 1234.01 and 0003.00. Four digit 2010 Census Tabulation - Block Number. Census blocks are numbered uniquely from 0000 to 9999 4 BLOCK within a census tract, which nest within Y 8 a county and a state. The first digit of the census block number identi fies the block group. - 15 digit combination of STATEFP, 15 GEOID 9 N COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK, e.g. 010090054001009. Displays a ‘Y’ if the address is a group 1 GQ_FLAG 10 N quarters. Housing unit or group quarters assigned umber, alone or with an address n address number prefix and/or address HOUSENUMBER 11 N 35 number suffix that identifies a location along a thoroughfare or within a community. Full street or road name. The official name of a thoroughfare as assigned by 100 STREETNAME 12 Y authority, or a used and a governing recognized alternate (alias) name. Within structure descriptor or identifier, APARTMENT N 13 65 UNIT such as APT 5 or 1st FL FRN. Five - digit ZIP Code for city style mailing ZIP Y 14 5 address. 100 GQ NAME 15 uarter (Dobbs Hall). N Name of group q Name of group quarter facility 100 FACILITY NAME 16 N (University of Illinois). Description of the location and physical LOCATION 17 100 N characteristics of a living quarters (RED DESCRIPTION RANCH W/WHITE SHUTTERS). Rural Route and Box number or YSTYLE NONCIT Highway Contract Route and Box N 18 50 ADDRESS number. Page — 22 Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

34 Max Character Description Editable Field Name Length city style NONCITYSTYLE 5 - digit USPS ZIP Code for non - 5 Y 19 ZIP mailing address. Unique number assigned by the Census Bureau for each map spot within a 4 20 MAPSPOT Y b lock. Numbering starts over in each block. A value entered by the participant when adding an address to indicate if the address is used for M) mailing USE 21 1 purposes, L) location purposes, Y including emergency services, B) both rposes. Optional mailing and location pu field. Address structure latitude, populated only if the Census Bureau has captured 11 LAT an address structure point for the 22 Y address. If blank or incorrect, you may edit this field. ed Address structure longitude, populat only if the Census Bureau has captured LONG 12 23 an address structure point for the Y address. If blank or incorrect, you may edit this field. Displays “Y” if city style address, an “N” CITY_STYLE 1 24 N city style address. - if non Address Count List 2.3.2 The Address Count List contains the number of housing unit (HU) and group quarters (GQ) addresses on the Census Bureau’s Address List for each census block within your jurisdiction. This list is for reference purposes only. Participants can use this list to see umber of residential addresses the Census Bureau has for each block and the n s determine if those number are correct. The first row, or header row, displays the field names for each data field in the file. In order to join the data using GIS, digital users shoul d plan to remove the spaces in the field names. Although developed for use with Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS), you may use the digital Address Count List file for your reference. The ORIGINAL COUNT s fields contain OF HU s , and the DIFFERENCE IN HU CURRENT COUNT OF HU s, the the same number of addresses. Likewise, the ORIGINAL COUNT OF GQ s, the CURRENT COUNT OF GQ s, and the DIFFERENCE OF GQ s fields contain the same number. The LOCAL COUNT OF HU s and LOCAL COUNT OF GQ s contain zeros. Each file c ontains the following information: 1) STATE Two - digit current state FIPS code for your jurisdiction. — - Three code for your jurisdiction. FIPS — digit current county 2) COUNTY — 23 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

35 3) Consists of a six - digit code with a decimal betwe en the fourth and fifth digit, TRACT — tains a four - cluding leading zeroes, plus a two - digit number digit base number, in con 0003.00. roes. For example, 1234.01 and suffix, with trailing ze BLOCK — Four - digit 2010 Census Tabulation Block Number. Census blocks are 4) thin census tract, which nest within a county a numbered uniquely from 0000 to 9999 wi and a state. The first digit of the census block number identifies the block group. GEOID — 15 BLOCK fields digit combination of STATEFP , COUNTYFP , TRACT, and 5) . - For example , 01 0090046001002. 6) H U s — Total number of addresses in your jurisdiction ORIGINAL_COUNT_OF_ housing units identified as residential by data in the MAF. CURRENT_COUNT_OF_ 7) U s — Number is the same as the Original Count of HUs. H (For use with GUPS) 8) LOCAL_COUNT_OF _H U s — C ontains zeros. (For use with GUPS) 9) D IFFERENCE_IN_H U s — C ontains the same number as the Original Count of HUs field . (For use with GUPS) _GQ ORIGINAL_COUNT_OF — Total number of addresses in your jurisdiction s 10) residential identified as group quarters by data in the MAF. CURRENT_COUNT_OF s — Number is the same as the Original Count of GQs. 11) _GQ (For use with GUPS) — _GQ s 12) C ontains zeros. (For use with GUPS) LOCAL_COUNT_OF DIFFERENCE_IN _GQ 13) — C ontains the same number as the Original Count of GQs. s (For use with GUPS) 4 dress Count List Record Layout contains the maximum character Table : Digital Ad length for each field. At the end of the file, the GEOID field contains the phrase “Unable to Geocode.” This data is for state and county participants that may receive addresses as part of their LUCA materials. For other participants, this line ungeocoded contains zeros. The last row of the file, the GEOID field contains the word “ TOTAL .” This row records the total number the Census Bureau has for your jurisdiction in these fields:  ORIGINAL _ COUNT _ OF _ HUs .  HU s (For use with GUPS). CURRENT_COUNT_OF_  DIFFERENCE_IN_ HU s (For use with GUPS).  O RIGINAL _ C OUNT _ OF _ GQs . _  CURRENT _ COUNT _OF GQ s (For use with GUPS). s _ (For use with GUPS).  DI FFERENCE_IN GQ — 24 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

36 Table 4 : Digital Ad dress Count List Record Layout Max Character Length Description Field Name 2 STATE Two - digit FIPS State code. 1 2 COUNTY Three - digit FIPS County code. 3 of a six - digit code with a decimal between Consists the fourth and fifth digit, contains a four - digit base 7 TRACT - number, including leading zeroes, plus a two 3 digit number suffix, with trailing zeroes. For example, 1234.01 and 0003.00. Four - digit 2010 Census Tabulation Block Number. Census blocks are numbered uniquely from 0000 to 4 BLOCK 4 9999 wit hin census tract, which nest within state and county. The first digit of the census block number identifies the block group . digit combination of STATEFP, COUNTYFP, - 15 GEOID 15 5 TRACT, and BLOCK fields. For example . 010090046001002 Total number of addresses in the entity count list RIGINAL O OUNT _ OF _ _C 6 identified as residential housing units by data in the 7 HUs MAF. Total number of addresses in the entity count list identified as residential housing units by data in the _ C URRENT _C OUNT _ OF s number will be the same as Original MAF. Thi 7 7 HUs Count of Census HUs in product creation. (For use with GUPS.) Total number of Housing Unit Addresses Loaded by filled for all records in LOCAL_COUNT_OF_HUs 8 the user. Number is ‘0’, zero - 7 product creation. (For use with GUPS.) Current Count of Census HUs minus Local Count of HUs. This number will be the same as Original IN D IFFERENCE _ 9 _HUs 7 Count of Census HUs in production creation. (For use with GUPS.) entity count list Total number of addresses in the _C OF _ OUNT O RIGINAL _ 10 7 identified as residential group quarters by data in the GQs MAF. Total number of addresses in the entity count list identified as residential group quarters by data in the C URRENT_COUNT_OF _ 11 7 al MAF. This number will be the same as Origin GQs Count of Census GQs in product creation. (For use with GUPS.) Total number of Group Quarters Addresses loaded _GQs 7 LOCAL COUNT_OF 12 by the user. Number is ‘0’, zero - filled for all records in product creation. (For use with GUPS.) Current Count of Census GQs minus Local Count of GQs. This number will be the same as Original GQs DIFFERENCE 13 7 _IN_ Count of Census GQs in production creation. (For use with GUPS.) — 25 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

37 CHAPTER 3. THE LUCA PAPER MAPS provides: To support the 2020 Census LUCA paper map selection, the Census Bureau Large format paper maps (36”x32”) , which  may include one or more sheets. The Census Bureau provides large format paper maps to all participants that selected the Paper or Paper/PDF product preference for the map selection. Use these maps to geoc ode your addresses. The focus of the 2020 LUCA operation is addresses. While helpful, map updates are o only required to indicate new, or updates to existing, non - city style address records. duct preference Participants choosing the paper address list/large format paper pro that wish to make map updates to accompany their address list updates, must use the large format maps since they do not receive the PDF small format block maps. Due to the scale of the large format maps, updates may be difficult. Please do not allocate much of your 120 - day review period attempting map updates. Focus on the address list. Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)  DVD of small format (8.5”x14”) block maps in that contains map spots ( of address structure coordinates showing the location residential addresses ). Only those participants that selected the large format paper map with PDF materials receive the Title 13 small format block maps. A PDF of the large format maps is included with this product preference.  Block to Map Sheet Relati onship List that lists all of the census blocks within your on which each census large format parent map sheet(s) jurisdiction and identifies the block is located. paper See Appendix B. for a detailed explanation of the legend for the large format map. a 3.1 Understanding LUCA Paper Map Large Format There are three types of paper map sheets: 1) Index Sheets 2) Parent Sheets 3) Inset Sheets 3.1.1. Index Sheets Covers the entire extent of your jurisdiction.   ds that correspond to the parent sheets . Divided into numbered gri Each numbered grid area corresponds to the area covered by a parent sheet.   Provided to jurisdictions with more than one parent sheet.  Index sheets are for reference purpose only. 3.1.2. Parent Sheets tion of your jurisdiction. Detailed view of a sec  Corresponds to a grid and grid number on the Index sheet.  — 26 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

38  Shows detail for features and geographic areas. Identifies the location of census tracts and blocks within your jurisdiction.  Note Blocks affected by boundary improvemen ts may contain a block number with an alpha : suffix on the parent sheet and/or inset map. You do not need to provide the alpha suffix on the address list or adding a geocode to a new address. when changing a geocode Inset Sheets 3.1.3. Do not exist for every juris diction or on every parent sheet.  Shows the detail of congested areas on parent sheets.   Highlighted on the parent sheet with a fill pattern and identified with an alpha character (e.g., A . ) May be multiple sheets (e.g.,  , A2 ). A1  Shows detail for features and geographic areas. 3.1.4. Map Information The LUCA paper large format map shows some of the same information found on a typical road map, such as streets and roads, water f eatures, and legal boundaries. bols unique to the Census However, the LUCA map displays this information using sym Bureau. The map displays the following information :  Entity boundary . Entity name and FIPS Entity Code .   and numbers. Census tract boundaries Census block boundaries and numbers.   Streets and street names.  Railroads .  Water features . T he Map Border The key to adjacent areas, if your jurisdiction has multiple map sheets .   Entity identification information .  B ar code .  Scale .  North arrow . The Map Legend .  Boundaries  . Transportation — 27 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

39  Other Features .  Landmarks .  Footnotes and Notes .  See Appendix B. for a detailed description of the map legend. Boundary Improvements The map products reflect jurisdiction boundary improvements. A boundary improvement may split a census block. In these instances, the split block number contains the root number and a suffix. For example, the root block 1001, split by a boundary improvement, is now 1001A and 1001B. The jurisdiction containing 1001A receives only those addresses located within their jurisdiction. The juri sdiction containing 1001B receives only those addresses located within their jurisdiction. Figure . 16 Boundary Improvements — 28 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

40 Map Example This example describes some of the symbols used on the Census Bureau large format parent sh eet map. 17 Figure LUCA Large Format Parent Sheet Paper Map . 3.1.5. D - 2010 — Block to Map Sheet Relationship List map sheet The Relationship List identifies the large format parent Block to Map Sheet or sheets on which each census block is located . The sort for this product is by census tract number and census block number in ascending order . In the example shown in 18 Figure nd 6. , census block 1000 in census tract 46.00 is located on parent sheets 4 a — 29 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

41 Figure LUCA . Block to Map Sheet Relationship List 18 — 30 Page Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

42 3.2 The Census Bureau PDF Maps You need Adobe Reader (or Acrobat Professional) to open and view the LUCA PDF block map. If needed, you can download the free PDF software at https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/acrobat/pdf - reader.html >. < If you selected the digital address list and large format paper/PDF maps, the Title 13 Data Disc contains the Census Bureau’ maps .” s Title 13 block maps in a folder named “ You need the password sent to you separately from your LUCA materials to open this Section 3.2.1 . zipped, encrypted file as described in All map examples depicting map spots use fictitious information for illustration, instruction, and training purposes only. Opening t he PDF Maps 3.2.1  To keep your work organized, create a new directory or new folder on your hard drive.  Insert the Title 13 Data Disc.  Right click on the fo lder named “ maps ” and select copy. . 19 Figure “maps” Folder Open the new folder and paste the copied “ maps ” folder.   Double - click the “ maps ” folder, the following files appear in the folder: o Readme.txt — Contains an Adobe Reader s tatement. About_the_maps.pdf — o ontains tips for using the pdf small format block maps and C includes a brief description of the map types and supplemental files. In addition, this file includes tips for printing the small format maps. o ontains images of the large format paper LUCA20 .pdf — C maps you received. C LUCA20_BLK2MS.txt — o ontains a list of all the blocks within your jurisdiction and the sheet or grid number(s) that identify the large format parent sheet where the block is located. This file is in a semicolon text format. his .exe contains the Title 13 small format block maps to T — Title13_BlockMaps.exe o update road features and map spots. 31 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

43 Figure 20 shows the folder containing the extracted file: Figure 20 . “maps” Extracted Files Section 3.2.6.1 See for instructions on opening the Title13_BlockMaps.exe file. 3.2.1.1 Examples of File names for Large Format Maps The following are a few examples of large format map file names using entity types and entity codes: — Large format bundled PDF map for a county.  LUCA20C88003.pdf  LUCA20P2302060.pdf — Large format bundled PDF map for a place.  L UCA20M2717317918.pdf — Large format bundled PDF map for an MCD (township) .  LUCA20R0010.pdf — Large format bundled PDF map for a reservation. . Block to Map Sheet Relationship List for a county — LUCA20C88003_BLK2MS.txt  — Block to Map Sh eet Relationship List for an MCD. LUCA20M8817317918_BLK2MS.txt  Table : Entity Type and Entity Code 5 IS ENTITY CODE: IS ENTITY TYPE: C = COUNTY COUNTY = SSCCC MCD = SSCCCMMMMM M = MINOR CIVIL DIVI SION (MCD) PL P = INCORPORATED PLA CE ACE = SSPPPPP R = AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AIR = RRRR SS = STATE CODE (FIPS) CCC = COUNTY CODE (FIPS) MMMMM = MCD CODE (FIPS) AIR CODE (CENSUS) RRRR = 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page 32

44 Boundary Improvements 3.2.2 The PDF small format block map products reflect juris diction boundary improvements. A boundary improvement may split a census block. For the small format block maps in these instances, the split block number contains the root number and a suffix. For example, the root block 1001, split by a boundary ent, is now 1001A and 1001B. improvem The jurisdiction containing 1001A receives only those addresses located within their jurisdiction. The jurisdiction containing 1001B receives only those addresses located within their jurisdiction. Figure 21 . Boundary Improvements LUCA20< EntType >_BLK2MS.txt 3.2.3 The File The Block to Map Sheet Relationship List is a semicolon delimited text file. This file . You map sheet or sheets on which each census block is located contains the specific he file with a simple text editor such as Wordpad or Notepad. You can also can open t import the file with spreadsheet software such as Excel. 1) To open the file in your text editor:  Click on the LUCA20_BLK2MS.txt file 22 The Block to Map Sheet Relationship File . Figure columns: When the file opens, the information appears in the following  o Type Block GEOID o o Block Suffix o Sheets 33 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

45 In the following example, the Block GEOID contains: (880090501071000)  State 88 .  County 009 .  Censu s tract 0501 07 .  C ensus block 1000 . The number of parent sheets, 2.  BLK_GEOID ; BLK_SUFFIX ; TYPE ; SHEETS Block ; 880090501071000 ;; 2 Block ; 880090501071001 ;A; 2 Block 2 ;B; 880090501071001 ; Block ;; 2 880090501071002 ; ; 880090501071003 ;; 2 Block Figure 23 . Example of the Digital Block to Map Sheet Relationship List Opened in Wordpad 2) To import the file into a spreadsheet suc h as Excel:  Open a new Excel spreadsheet.  From Text ‘ Data .’ Select ‘ Select ’. Click on ‘ Get External Data . ’ Figure 24 . Importing a File in Excel  Navigate to the folder where you saved the file and select the file. When the file highlights, select ‘ Import ’ at the bottom of the screen. Text Import Wizard’ window opens in Excel. Step 1 of 3, select ‘ Next .’  The ‘ 34 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

46 Figure 25 . Text Import Wizard Step 1 - ’ drop ualifier ’ box. From the ‘ Semicolon Text q down  Step 2 of 3, select the ‘ ’. Select ‘ .’ Next (none) menu, select ‘ . Text Import Wizard Step 2 26 Figure 35 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

47  Step 3 of 3, hold down the ‘ Shift’ key and select the last column. The columns will highlight black.  Select the ‘ Text ’ radio button . Finish Click ‘  ’ at the bottom of the window. Text Import Wizard Step 3 . Figure 27 When the Import Data window opens, select ‘ OK. ’ The file opens in Excel.  2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page 36

48 T he LUCA20.pdf File 3.2.4 Figure 28 . Entity Index Map large your entity’s PDF file of the file contains >.pdf EntType Th e LUCA20< format index map and all the parent an d inset paper maps you received bundled into The lower right corner of the map provides information about the total number one file. of map sheets within the file. The numbered grids displayed on the index map correspond to each large format parent sheet number within the file. You can find where each census block is located using the . EntType >_BLK2MS.txt LUCA20< Block to Map Sheet Relationsh ip List, 37 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

49 3.2.5 Navigating the PDF Large Format Map File lick the paper icon Once the index map is open, you can c in the upper left to display the thumbnails (The screen display depends on the version of Adobe you use). Th ese map sheet page numbers correspond to the grid numbers on the main index sheet. . 29 Figure Paper Icon Use the scroll bar beside the thumbnails or the tool bar at the top of the screen to view each parent sheet. Figure 30 . Scroll Bar Click on the map sheet icon to display the parent sheet on the full screen. Figure 31 . Map Screen Icon Figure 3 To zoom in or out, use the plus or minus symbols or the dropdown arrow for the im age size (percentage), you want to display. Figure . 32 Image Magnification 38 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

50 The parent sheets provide a d etailed view of a section of your jurisdiction. When zoomed in, you can identify the location of census tracts, census cks, features, and blo street names. Parent Sheet . 33 Figure 34 . Parent Sheet Zoomed In Figure 39 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

51 3.2.6 The Title13_Block Maps.exe File Title 13 features and map oad r small format block maps to update This file contains the You must use legal size, 8 ½ X 14 paper to spots. The print size is legal, 8 ½ X 14. ( ensure optimal scale and use. ). Print only those maps that you need for updates and return them with your updated address list. 3.2.6.1 Opening the Title 13 Block Maps Title13_BlockMaps.exe to extract the small format block click the file named -  Double maps. . 35 Figure Command Prompt Screen A command prompt will open that asks for your password. Enter the password sent to you by the Census Bureau . (Your password is invisible and does not appear as you ” folder. maps The small format block maps will extract to the “ type.) The following list of files opens in the folder:  List of Files for the Title 13 Block Maps . Figure 36 40 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

52 3.2.6.2 The BlockInfo_LUCA 20< EntType >< EntCode >.txt File BlockInfo_LUCA20 EntCode>.txt The file is a semicolon delimited text file < that sic information for each block in the participant entity . Follow the includes ba instructions in S ection 3.2.6.2 to open the file. File name Examples: BlockInfo_LUCA20C88003.txt BlockInfo_LUCA20M881731791.txt BlockInfo_ LUCA20R0010.txt Each record includes information specific to that block: block GEOID; s tat e code ; c ounty code ; related MCD code lace p ; related ; related Federal code ; census tract code American Indian Reservation ; parent sheet map scale; block map file name; and code total number of map sheets. ample: Ex R;ParentScale;MapFilename;TotalSheets BLK_GEOID;State;County;Tract;Place;MCD;FAI 500039710001021;50;003;9710.00;53125;04825;;1419;LUCA20BLK_500039710001021.pdf;1 500039710001022;50;003;9710.00;53125;04825;;980;LUCA20BLK_500039710001022.pdf;6 3.2.6.3 The L UCA 20BLK.pdf File d small format PDF block maps use current block, The large format an therefore the “full code, State Each record includes the block block suffixes. code” may include alpha code, census tract code, and census block code. County File name Examples: LUCA20BLK_880350403051064.p df LUCA20BLK_880350403051063.pdf LUCA20BLK_880350403051062A.pdf — with alpha block suffix with alpha block suffix — LUCA20BLK_880350403051062B.pdf To view a block map, click on the PDF file for the block number you need to  review and/or update. 41 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

53 Multi - sheet ed (Bundled) PDF Block Maps 3.2.6.4 Page 1 of 3 S Page 1 . wo Sheets Required to Display One Block (1000) T howing Figure 37 Page 1 of 3 a small format block map file may contain a single block or may contain - ages within a single block. For a multi sheeted (bundled PDF) im multi - sheeted block, the first map displays an index map. In this illustration, census tract 0054.00, block 1000, requires two sheets to display individually. (These are larger area blocks. Some large census blocks may req uire 50 or more sheets.) For multi - sheeted blocks, select only the sheet that you need to print to make your updates. 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page 4 2

54 The small format block maps contain Title 13 map spots as shown below: Page 2 of 3 Page 3 of 3 — (Training Pages 2 and 3 Showing the Individual Images of Block 1000 . Fictitious Figure 38 ) Information Landscape Orientation The PDF block maps are portrait orientation or landscape o rientation, shown above, depending on the shape and orientation of the block. For multiunit structures, the map spot number includes the number of units in parentheses. For example, 6 (4) indicates map spot 6 contains 4 units. Fictitious Information) . — Landscape Map Image Example (Training Figure 39 43 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

55 3.2.6.5 Inset Sheets Inset sheets show th parent sheets . Inset sheets are: e detail of congested areas on  Highlighted on the parent sheet with a fill pattern.  Identified with an alpha character such as A .  May contain multi - sheeted images A 2, etc. A 1, Identified with an alpha/numeric character such as  40 Fictitious Information) — Figure . Inset Map ( Training 3.2.6.6 Printing the PDF Small Format Block Maps To print a PDF small f , or choose Print ormat block map for updates, select File , then Use the full size block map for making your updates to ensure that the . the printer icon ck are shown in the map margin. correct state, county, census tract, and census blo 44 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

56 to ensure optimal scale and use. Return the You must select lega l size, 8 ½ x 14 paper, , printed maps with updates only. Refer to the file About_the_maps.pdf for additional printing tips. Figure — ous Information) ( Fictiti 41 . Printing Small Format Block Maps Training If you have trouble printing, for example, some areas such as water features print black, select Advanced from the print screen. Figure 42 . Advance Printing . OK and click Select the ‘ Print As Image’ . 43 Print As Image Figure 45 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

57 Fictitious Information) — Training Example ( PDF Block Map Figure 44 . 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide 46 Page Digital —

58 CHAPTER 4. REVIEWING AND UPDATI NG THE ADDRESS AND PAPER MAPS LIST 4.1 Action Codes dates to the Census Bureau’s Digital A dd There are five action codes for making up ress List. residential addresses only. You must include the You can add or make updates to appropriate action code with each address The Census record that you add or update. Bureau will only process address records that contain an action code. A — Add new or missing addresses. C — Correct this address. — . this address D Delete — Address is not in this jurisdiction . J N — Address is nonresidential . 4.1.1 Adding Addresses (The A Action Code) Use the “ A ” Action Code to add only residen tial addresses for your jurisdiction not shown on the Census Bureau’s Address List and to add changed or corrected . ” action code C where the change or correction is not allowed with the “ To addresses add an address: Add/Insert a new line or row in the Cens us  Address L ist . Enter your entity ID in the  ENTITY field. Copy this from your original address list materials.  Enter an “ ” in the ACTION field. A Enter the census geocode information for state, county, tract, and block in the  , and BLOCK OUNTYFP, TRACT fields. STATE FP, C N : If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate ote information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK.  Enter all of the appropriate address information. Note : Optiona l — If using the PDF small format paper maps, you may add map spot numbers for new address(es) if you know the approximate location of the structure(s). Begin the map spot numbers within the same block with A1, A2, A3 until each added address is recorded and labeled on the paper map. The maximum character length for this field is four characters. You may reuse the same numbering format for each individual block. Ensure that each unique map spot ID recorded and labeled on the paper map is the Census associated with each address added to the Address List. correct map spot 47 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

59 4.1.1.1 Scenario: Adding N ew A ddresses for a ew S treet to the Census N Address List During your review, you may find addresses missing from the Census A ddress L ist 46 located on streets that are partially or e ntirely missing from the maps . See Figure and Figure 47 for adding new streets to the small format paper maps. Refer to Chapter 5 if you are using shapefiles. newly const ructed Olisan St is a new street with ten housing units in census block 2001. census tract 0054.00, The addresses are missing from the Census A ddress L ist and the street is missing from the map. 5 The address ranges 4F for this street are 101 through 109 on the east side of the street and 1 00 through 108 on the west side of the street. 6 5F The address breaks are between 703 and 705 on Nale Pl and 406 and 408 on Larme Ave. . Example Address Ranges and Address Breaks Figure 45 — (Training Fictitious Information)  a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Create Address L ist . ENTITY Enter the Entity ID Code in the  field . Copy this from your original address list materials.  Enter an “ A ACTION field . ” in the  Enter the required address information in the appropri ate fields for each new address: STATEFP o o COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate N ote : If you choose, you may information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. 5 Address ranges are the lowest and highest address numbers used to identify structures along each side of a street segment that has city style addresses. Usually one side of the street has even address number and the opposite side has odd address numbers. 6 addresses on each side of a boundary or at an intersection of a street city style are the Address breaks with another street or feature. 48 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

60 When using the Census Bureau shapefiles to geocode an address to a Census Tract Note: number, use the Tractlabel attribute field on the curtracts (current tracts) shapefile .  Enter the correct a ddress house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field .  Enter the street name in the STREE TNAME field .  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode in the ZIP field .  Optional : If you are using the small format paper maps, you may add map — MAPSPOT spot numbers for new address(es) if you know the approximate location of the within the same block with A1, A2, A3 until structure(s). Begin the map spot numbers each added address is recorded and labeled on the paper map. Ensure that each unique maps spot associated map spot ID recorded and labeled on the paper map is the correct with each address added to the Census Add ress List. Note: The Census Bureau provided shapefiles do not contain structure points (map spots).  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field : M — M ailing purposes. L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or B — urposes. oth mailing and location p B  s tructure l atitude Enter the in the LAT field, if known.  Enter the structure longitude in the LONG field, if known . Figure See 46 . Adding a New Street on the Small Format Paper Map and Figure 47 . Adding a New Street and Unique Map Spot Numbers on the Small Format Paper Map . N 4.1.1.1.1 Adding a ew S treet on the S mall F ormat P aper Map 1. Using a colored pencil, draw the location of the new street on the map. Print the stree t name. In this example, Olisan St. 2. Print the address ranges for each side of the 3. new street. For this example, 101 - 109 on the east side of Olisan St and 100 - 108 on the west side. 4. Print the address breaks where Olisan St intersects Nale Pl (703 - 705) and L arme Ave (406 - 408) as shown in the example. Figure 46 . Adding a New Street on the Small Format Paper ) Fictitious Information — (Training Map 49 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

61 4.1.1.1.2 Adding a New Street and Unique Map Spot Number s on the Small Format Paper Map If you know the approximate l: 1. Optiona location of each housing unit you are adding, you may assign each individual address a unique map spot number, A1, A2, A3, A4, etc. 2. Label each map spot with its associated unique map spot number that you field in the MAPS recorded in the POT Census Address List beginning with A1, A2, A3, A4 etc. Adding a New Street and Unique Map Spot 47 . Figure Numbers on the Small Format Paper Map (Training — Fictitious Information) Scenario: ddresses A tructure 4.1.1.2 S Adding a N ew G roup Q uarte rs M ultiunit to the Census Address List Although adding a group quarters address is similar to adding a housing unit, group This quarters addresses require a group quarters name, facility name, and a GQ flag. add a group quarters address that contains three example demonstrates how to individual buildings. Aristotle University constructed three new residence halls, Pandora Hall, Buildings 1, 2, and 3 at 225 , 227, and 229 Achilles Dr. Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the  Census Address L ist . For this example, you need to create 3 records for the three new residence halls located at 225 Achilles Dr. ode . field ENTITY Copy this from your original address list  Enter the e ntity ID c in the materials. field .  Enter an “ A ” in the ACTION :  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for each new address o STATEFP COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK o 50 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

62 N : If you choose, you may ote enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate information in addition to or rather t han the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK.  Enter a “ Y ” in the GQ_FLAG field for each unit added. : If you enter a “ Y ”, you must provide a group quarters name and a facility name if the Note group quarters are associated with a facility (e.g. Group Quar ters Name — Pandora Hall; Facility Name — Aristotle University). The Census Bureau will not process an identified group quarters address record without a group quarters name. .  Enter the correct a ddress field house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER STREETNAME  Enter the street nam e in the field .  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode in the ZIP field . — In this example, Pandora Hall field  Enter the gr oup q uarters n ame in the GQ NAME Bldg 1; Pandora Hall Bldg 2 , and; Pandora Hall Bldg 3 .  acility n ame in the FACILITY NAME Enter the f fie ld — If the group quarters is associated with a facility, provide the facility name. In this example, the facility is Aristotle University.  MAPSPOT — Optional : If you know the approximate location of each building you are adding, you may assign each building a unique map spot number (e.g., A1, A2, etc.). Each map spot number in the Census Address List must correspond to the building’s location if you are using the small format paper map.  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field : — M ailing purposes. M L L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or — B — B oth mailing and location purposes.  Enter the s tructure l atitude in the LAT field , if known.  Enter the s tructure l ongitude in the LONG field , if known. tures with Map Spots on the Small . Identifying New GQ Struc See Figure 48 Format Paper Map . 51 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

63 s Identifying New GQ Structures with Map Spots on Small Format Map 4.1.1.2.1 1. If you know the Optional: approximate location of each address you are adding, you may assign each indi vidual address a unique map spot number, A1, A2, A3, etc. Label each map spot with its 2. associated unique Map Spot ID that you recorded in the Census Address List beginning with A1, A2, A3, etc. . Identifying New GQ Struc tures with Map Spots 48 Figure (Training — Fictitious on the Small Format Paper Map Information) ew Scenario: Adding A ddresses for N ultiunit M 4.1.1.3 B uildings to the Census Address List ings. You must provide unit identifiers (e.g. Apt 1, Apt 2, Unit A, Unit B) for multiunit build - rise building, smaller Multiunit buildings include large structures such as a high - 4 units, and large houses subdivided into structures such as buildings with 3 apartments. A new two - story multiunit building at 2014 Maople Rd contains four apartments , two on the first floor and two on the second floor, in census tract 0054.00, block 1002 that is not listed on the Census Address List.  . For this Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address L ist example, you need to create four re cords for the new multiunit building. Entity ID Code Copy this from your original address list . field  Enter the ENTITY in the materials. in the nter an “ A  E ACTION field . ”  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for each new address : o STATEFP o COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate N ote : information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK.  Enter the correct a ddress house n umber in the HOU SENUMBER field .  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  Enter the correct apartment number for each apartment in the APARTMENTUNIT field Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide 52 —

64  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode in the ZIP field .  MAPSPOT — Optional: If you know the approximate location of the buil ding you are adding, you may assign a unique map spot number (e.g., A1, A2, etc.). Each map spot Census Address List must correspond to the building’s location if number recorded in the you are using the small format paper map.  Enter the address u se kn own , in the USE field : , if mailing purposes. — M L location purposes, including emergency services, or — B — both mailing and location purposes.  Enter the s tructure l atitude in the LAT field , if known. ongitude in the  Enter the s tructure l LONG field , if known. 49 , Identifying a New Multiunit Structure on the Small Format Paper See Figure Map . 4.1.1.3.1 Identifying a New Multiunit Structur e on the Small Format Paper Map 1. Optional: If you know the approximate location of t unit structure you are adding, you may the multiuni assign a unique map spot number, such as A1. 2. Label the map spot with its associated Map Spot ID that you recorded in the MAPSPOT field in the Census Address List. a New Multiunit Structure on the 49 . Identifying Figure Small Format Paper Map (Training — Fictitious Information) Correcting Addresses (The C Action Code) 4.1.2 There are some situations where correcting an address is not permissible. Enter a “ C ” in the ACTION field on the Census A ddr ess L ist for the following situations only : Incorrect state code.   Incorrect county code.  Incorrect census tract number.  Incorrect census block number.  Incorrect street name (including street directional and street type information).  Incorrect ZIP Code. Inc orrect structure latitude.   Incorrect structure longitude. 53 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

65 Scenario: Correcting the Location of a Street Located in an Incorrect 4.1.2.1 Census Block in the Census Address List Correcting the location of a street located in an incorrect census block is a two - step p rocess. First, correct affected addresses in the Census Address L ist using the instructions below then identify the correct location of the street on the map. The Census Address List shows 100 through 117 S Holdener St, map spots 38 - 52, as located in censu s tract 0054.00, block 1003. According to local sources, S Holdener St is located south of Pampas St in census tract 0054.00; census bloc k 1009. field.  Enter a “ C ” in the ACTION fiel  Replace the incorrect block number with the correct block number in BLOCK d for each address.  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field : mailing purposes. — M — location purposes, including emergency services, or L — both mailing and location purposes. B s  Enter the tructure l atitude in the LAT field , if known. LONG  Enter the s tr ucture l ongitude in the , if known. field Figure 50 . Identifying the Location of a Street and its Associated Addresses See Paper Map on the Small Format (Training — Fictitious Information) and Figure 51 . Small on the Identifying the Location of a Street and its Associated Addresses . with Address Ranges and Address Breaks Paper Map Format 54 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

66 4.1.2.1.1 Identifying the L ocation of a S A ssociated A ddresses on the treet and its S mall F ormat P aper M ap 1. Using a colored pencil, cross out the incorrect location of S Holden er St with a series of “Xs.” Circle the entire street to include all the affected map spots that need moved with the street. 2. Redraw S Holden er St in its correct census block, 1 009, and print the street name above it. 3. Draw an arrow to the correct location of S Holden er St. Figure the Location of a Street and its 50 . Identifying Paper Map Associated Addresses on the Small Format — (Training Fictitious Information) treet and its 4.1.2.1.2 Identifying the L ocation of a S A ssociated A ddresses on the F S mall ormat P aper M ap with A ddress R anges and A ddress B reaks At this location, S Holdener St Optional: includes an even numbered address range from n the north and an odd 100 through 114 o numbered address range from 101 through 117 on the south. 1. Print the address ranges above and below the S Holdener St. 2. Print the address breaks where S Holden er St intersects Aldin St between address numbers 101 and 103. Figure the Location of a Street and its . Identifying 51 Paper Map Small Format on the Associated Addresses — with Address Ranges and Address Breaks (Training Fictitious Information) 55 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

67 B lock 4.1.2.2 Scenario: Correcting an A ddress L ocated in an Incorrect C ensus in the Census Address List During your address review, you may find an address (house number/street name) is correct but the structure is located in an incorrect census block. located in census tract 0046.00; The Census Address List shows 411 Alexander Blvd block 2001. Local sources indicate that 411 Alexander Blvd is located in census tract 0046.00, block 2005. ACTION  Enter a “ C ” in the field . BLOCK  In the field , enter the correct block number. Be sure to review the Census Tract Number for ac curacy.  Optional: If you know the approximate location of the address in the correct block, enter MAPSPOT field the . In this example, the assigned map a unique map spot number in spot ID is C1, representing a correction. Indicate the correction on the sm all format paper map.  . Figure 52 See Identifying an Address Located in an Incorrect Block on the Small Format Paper Map . 4.1.2.2.1 Identifying an Address Located in an Incorrect Block on the Small Format Paper Map colored pencil, circle the incorrect map Using a 1. spot of the address. In this example, 411 Alexander Blvd, map spot 11. Draw a colored circle to represent the map 2. spot in the correct location. 3. Arrow down from the incorrect map spot to the correct location. Identifying an Address Located in an Incorrect Figure 52 . — (Training Block on the Small Format Paper Map Fictitious Information) 56 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

68 4.1.2.3 Scenario: Correcting an I ncorrect S treet N ame in the Census Address List the Census Bureau’s Address L Incorrect street names in may happen for a variety of ist reasons. For instance, they may occur when the Census Bureau receives the USPS 7 6F Delivery Sequence File (DSF) that contains an incorrect street spelling or as an incorrect entry during Census Bu reau field operations. In this example, t he Census Bureau’s Address List and map incorrectly shows Nale Pl instead of Nail St, the correct street name.  Enter a “ C ” in the ACTION field for all of the addresses located on the street with the incorrect name . field STREETNAME , enter the correct name. In this example, Nail St. so that the  In the shapefile update matches the new information on the Address List. Census 4.1.2.3.1 Correcting a Street Nam e on the Small Format Paper Map 1. Using a colored pencil, cross out the incorrect name, Nale St and print the correct name, Nail St, above it. 2. Use double hatch marks to show the extent of the name change. In this instance, the entire street needs corrected. If there is an alternate street name, print the alternate 3. e in parentheses. For example, Nail St street nam (Co Rd 9). Figure Small Format Correcting a Street Name on the 53 . Fictitious Information ) Paper Map ( Training — 7 A computerized file containing all delivery point address serviced by the USPS. The USPS updates the ontinuously as its letter carriers identify addresses for new delivery points or changes in the status DSF c of existing addresses. 57 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

69 in the Scenario: Correcting a S treet N ame that E xtends M ultiple B locks 4.1.2.4 C ensus Address List Similar to the example in Section 4.1.2.1 , the Census Bureau’s Address List and map incorrectly show Nale Pl instead of Nail St, the correct street name. Nale Pl (Nail St) extends multiple blocks. The street name needs corrected on each block.  Identify all the addresses located along the incorrect street name for each block affected by the correction. for all of the addresses located on the street with the field  Enter a “ C ” in the ACTION incorrect name.  In th e STREETNAME field , enter the correct name. In this example, Nail St. S 4.1.2.4.1 Correcting a S treet N ame that E xtends M ultiple treets on the S mall F P aper M a p ormat 1. Print all the PDF small format block maps containing the incorrect street name for each block affecte d by the street name correction. 2. On each sheet, use double hatch marks to show the extent of the name change. If there is an alternate street name, print the alternate street name in parentheses. 3. 4.1.3 Deleting Addresses (The D Action Code) very careful Enter a ” in the A CTION field to delete an address. Be D when using this “ action code. Before deleting an address, ensure that the housing unit or group quarters does not exist, is uninhabitable, is a duplicate address , or needs correct ion in a field that is not e ditable. There are situations where a “ C ” action code is not permissible. In these situations, flag the incorrect record for deletion, “ ” action code, and add the correct D version of the address record using the “ A ” action code. Duplicate addresses are tho se i ncorrectly listed twice on the Census Bureau’s Address L ist for the same residential address. For example, the Census Address List lists 101 S Main St and 101 S Main St. Your local address sources indicate that there is a 101 Main St but no 101 Main St , After confi you would t . s rming that 101 Main St does not exi enter a “ ACTION field for 101 Main St. ” in the D D ” action code for city style, non - city style, and ungeocoded You may use the “ addresses. Do not make corrections us Address List for a deleted to any other fields on the Cens address. The following is a list of a few examples using the “ D ” action code :  Deleting addresses that no longer exist. Deleting an incorrect house number and adding the corrected address.   ers and adding the corrected addresses. Deleting incorrect apartment/unit numb Deleting a single housing unit converted to a multiunit structure on the Census Address  List and adding multiunit address. 58 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

70  Deleting addresses for a multiunit converted to a single housing unit and adding the ousing unit. single h Deleting a group quarters address converted to a single housing unit and adding the  single housing unit address.  Deleting a single housing unit address converted to a group quarters and adding the group quarters address. Deleting Add resses t hat No Longer Exist Scenario: on a Section of a 4.1.3.1 Street in the Census Address List In this example, a section of a street no longer exists and the housing units along this section were demolished. This scenario uses S Holdener St as an example. A section of S Holdener St in census tract 0054.00, block 1003 no longer exists and the housing units along this section were demolished.  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for all of the addresses that need deleted.  Identify the street that no longer exists on the small f ormat paper map. See and Addresses that No Longer Exist 54 . Deleting a Section of a Street Figure If you are using shapefiles, refer to Paper Map Small Format . Chapter 5. on the , so that the shapefile update match es TIGER Partnership Shapefiles the new information on the Census Address L ist. 4.1.3.1.1 Deleting a Section of a Street and Addresses that No Longer E xist on ap M aper P ormat the Small F X 1. Use a colored pencil to “ ” out the section of the street that no longer exists. 2. 3. Use double hatch marks to define the extent of the deleted segment when deleting only part of the street. Figure . 54 Deleting a Section of a Street and Addresses that No Longer Exist Small Format Paper Map on the ( Training — Fictitious Information ) Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide 59 Digital —

71 4.1.3.2 Scenario: Deleting Addresses that No Longer Exist on a Street that No Longer Exists in the Census Address List , the entire st reet no longer exists and all of the housing units along the In this example street were demolished. All of the houses on Landfill St in census tract 0054.00, block 1003 were demolished, and the e ntire street no longer exists.  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for all of th e addresses that no longer exist.  Identify the street that no longer exists on the small format paper map. See Figure 5 5 . Deleting a n Entire Street and Addr esses that N o Longer Exist on the Small Format Paper Map Deleting a n Entire . S treet and A ddresses that N o M ap aper P ormat Exist on the Small F L onger Using a colored pencil, “ X ” out the entire street and put a line through the name. Deleting a Figure 5 5 . n Entire Street and Addr esses that N o — Training ( Longer Exist on the Small Format Paper Map Fictitious Information ) 4.1.3.2 Scenario: Correcting an Incorrect House Number in the Census Address List To correct an incorrect house number, you must first delete the incorrect address using the “ D ” action code, then add the entire corrected address using the “ A ” action code. Address L The Census ist shows seven incorrect house numbers along Ionia Ave, 101 through 113. According to your local sources, the house numbers are actually 2001 013. through 2  Enter a “ D ” in the Action field for the incorrect house number addresses that need deleted. Add the address for the correct house number to the Census Address List: — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page 60

72  Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address List. For this mple, you need to create seven records to add the correct house numbers. exa Enter the Entity ID Code  ENTITY field. Copy this from your original address list in the materials.  Enter an “ A ” in the Action field.  Enter the required information in the appropriate fields for each corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate If you choose, you may N ote : information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK.  Enter the correc t a ddress n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field . house  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode in the ZIP field . :  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field — M M ailing purposes. L ocation purposes, including emergency se rvices, or L — — B oth mailing and location purposes. B . This would be same as the deleted address. Enter the s tructure l atitude in the LAT field  This would be same as the deleted  Enter the structure longitude in the LONG field . address. No map updates are requi red for this example. Scenario: Correcting In correct Apartment or Unit Numbers 4.1.3.3 ACTION To correct incorrect apartment or unit numbers, use the “ D ” action code in the field to delete the entire address. You must enter the correct address and apartment or t number for each unit using the “ ” action as explained in the example. A uni The Census Address L ist incorrectly shows the apartment numbers for the 12 apartment, three - story multiunit structure located at 3567 Achilles Dr. The apartment numbers, currently 1 t hrough 12, need to be corrected to 101 through 104 on the first floor, 201 through 204 on the second floor, and 301 through 304 on the third floor. D  Enter a “ field for the addresses with the incorrect apartment numbers ” in the ACTION that need deleted.  C reate a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address L ist . For this example, you need to create 12 records to add the correct apartment numbers. Copy this from your original address list field .  Enter the entity ID c ode in the ENTITY materials . 61 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

73  Enter an “ A ” in the ACTION field .  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for each corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK N ote : If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate infor mation in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. ddress  Enter the correct a . house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  APART Enter the correct apartment number for each apartment in the  MENTUNIT field.  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode in the ZIP field . :  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field M ailing purposes. M — L L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or — B — B oth mailing and location purposes. field  Enter the s tructure l atitude in the LAT . This would be same as the deleted address.  structure longitude in the LONG Enter the field . This would be same as the deleted address. No map updates are required for this example. 4.1.3.4 Scenario: Single Housing Unit Converted to a Multiunit Str ucture A single housing unit converted to a multiunit structure requires a separate address line for each unit that includes the basic street address and unit identifier for each individual d the address D ” action code to delete the address then ad unit. First, use the “ information, including the unit identifier, for each unit. The single housing unit at 105 Minoan Pkwy recently converted to a multiunit structure containing two apartments, apartments 105 A and 105 B.  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for the converted housing unit address, 105 Minoan Pkwy.  Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address L ist . In this example, you need two rows.  Enter the entity ID c ode in the ENTITY field . Copy this from your original address list materials . . field ACTION  Enter an “ A ” in the Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for each corrected  address: 62 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

74 o STATEFP COUNTYFP o TRACT o o BLOCK : N If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate ote mation in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and infor BLOCK. Enter the correct  a ddress house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field .  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  Enter the correct apartment number for each apartment in the APART MENTUNIT field. In this example, A and B. in the m ailing ZIP C ode  Enter the ZIP field .  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field : M M ailing purposes. — L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or B — B oth mailing and location purposes. the . This would be same as the deleted address. field LAT  Enter in the s tructure l atitude field  in the LONG structure longitude . This would be same as the deleted Enter the address. No map updates are required for this example. 4.1.3.5 Scenario: Multiunit Structure Co nverted to a Single Housing Unit Use the “ D ” action code to delete the addresses for a multiunit structure converted to a single housing unit. Using the “ A ” action code, add the address for single housing unit s . The multiunit structure at 112 Friona Ave th at contained four apartments converted to a single housing unit. addresses that need deleted.  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for the four  . ist Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address L  Enter the entity ID c ode in the ENTITY fiel d . Copy this from your original address list materials . Enter an “  A ” in the ACTION field .  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for each corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP TRACT o BLOCK o — Digital Page 63 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

75 N : If you choose, you may ote enter the opti onal structure latitude and longitude coordinate information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK.  Enter the correct a ddress house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field .  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  Enter the a iling ZIP C ode in the ZIP field . m  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE : field M M ailing purposes. — L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or B — B oth mailing and location purposes. atitude  Enter the s tructure l field in the LAT . This would b e same as the deleted address. field  Enter the structure longitude in the LONG . This would be same as the deleted address. No map updates are required for this example. Unit 4.1.3.6 Scenario: Group Q uarters Converted to a S ingle H ousing delete an address formally used as a group quarters but ” Action Code, D Using the “ now converted to a single housing unit. Add the single housing unit address record and flag the address record with an “ A ” in the action code field. nverted to a single housing unit. The group quarters, Almost There Halfway House, co Enter a “ D ” in the  ACTION field for the group quarters address. Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address L ist .   Enter the entity ID c ode in the ENTITY field . Copy this from your original address list materials .  Enter an “ A ” in the ACTION field .  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for the corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP o TRACT BLOCK o ote : If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coo rdinate N information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. HOUSENUMBER  Enter the correct a ddress house n umber in the field .  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field . ZIP in the . field  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode 64 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

76  Enter th e address u se , if known , in the USE field : — ailing purposes. M M L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or — B oth mailing and location purposes. B s tructure l  in the LAT field . This would be same as the deleted address. Enter the atitude  Enter the structure longitude in the field . This would be same as the deleted LONG address. No map updates are required for this example. 4.1.3.7 Single Housing Unit Converted to a Group Quarters Using the “ D ” action code, delete the single housing address. Use the “ A ” ac tion to add Y ” in the GQ_FLAG the address for the group quarters and ensure that you enter a “ field and provide the group quarters name in the field. If the group quarters GQ NAME FACILITY NAM is associated with a facility, provide the facility name in the field. E The single housing unit located at 209 Jeffras Dr converted to a group quarters, the Winter County Nursing Facility. four  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for the addresses that need deleted. sus  Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Cen Address L ist . . field ENTITY  Copy this from your original address list in the Enter the entity ID c ode materials . A ” in the ACTION field .  Enter an “  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for the corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNT YFP o TRACT o BLOCK N ote : If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. field  Enter a “ Y ” in the GQ_FLAG . GQ Note If you enter a “ Y ” in G Q_FLAG field , you must provide a group quarters name in the : NAME field and a facility name in the field if the group quarters are FACILITY NAME associated with a facility (e.g. GQ Name — Dobbs Hall; Facility Name — University of Illinois). The Census Bureau will not process an identified group quarters address record without a group quarters name.  Enter the correct a ddress house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field . field STREETNAME street name in the Enter the .  — Digital Page 65 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

77  Enter the m ailing ZIP C ode in the ZIP field .  Enter the g roup q uarters n ame in the GQ NAME field. FACILITY  Enter the facility name , if applicable, in the NAME field. , in the  Enter the address u se , if known : USE field M M ailing purposes. — L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or B — B oth mailing a nd location purposes. s  Enter the tructure l atitude in the LAT field . This would be same as the deleted address. LONG  Enter the structure longitude in the field . This would be same as the deleted address. No map updates are required for this example. sses Not in Your Jurisdiction (The J Action Code) Addre 4.1.4 Enter a “ J field for residential addresses that is not in your ” in the Action Code corrections to any other fields. You may enter a “ J ” in the jurisdiction. Do not make field for city style, non - city style, and ungeocoded addresses that are not Action Code in your jurisdiction. 4.1.4.1 Scenario: Identifying an Address Not in Your Jurisdiction Two housing units at 3526 and 3528 Pueblo T rail are not in your jurisdiction. Updating the Census A L ist : ddress  Enter a “ J ” i n the ACTION field. There are no other corrections needed. No map updates are necessary. 4.1.5 Nonresidential Addresses (The N Action Code) N Address Census ACTION Enter an “ ” in the for addresses that are listed on the field List but are used for any purpose oth er than residential such as:  Businesses .  Schools .  Churches .  Government offices . Note Before entering an “ N ” action code, ensure that the structure does not contain a housing : unit. Some structures can contain both residential and nonresidential units even though they have a single address such as an apartment over a store or a home with an office. Do not make corrections to any other field s for nonresidential addresses. , ACTION - city style You may enter and “ N ” in the field for nonresidential city style, non and ungeocoded addresses. 66 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

78 4.1.5.1 Scenario: Identifying a Nonresidential Address The housing unit at 202 Cassiopeia Dr is now a business, a nonresidential address. Updating the Census Address List:  Enter an “ N ” in the ACTION field . There are no other correcti ons needed. No map updates are necessary. 4.2 Non - c ity Style Addresses The Census Bureau classifies addresses that do not include a house number and/or a Non non - city style addresses. street name as - city style addresses also may include a n in complete house num ber or street name address. Frequently used non - city style that are mailing addresses : d on the Census Bureau’s Address List are include  Physical location description.  Rural route and box number.  Highway contract route and box number . - Non city style address es often do not follow any numeric sequence and may not be associated with the name of the street or highway on which they are located. For this addresses for reason, the Census Bureau uses different methods to compile the list of inclusion into the addres s list, such as a physical location description (BRICK HSE w/ATTACHED GARAGE ON RIGHT), structure points (geographic coordinates), and census geographic codes (state code, county code, census tract number, census block number). Rural routes and highway co ntract routes are mailbox delivery routes served by rural carriers to deliver and collect mail from roadside mailboxes. In addition to the route and box numbers, these addresses may also include a complete address number, complete description, or any combination used for emergency location street name, and location services, such as police, fire, and rescue (E 911 addresses). In some instances, the - complete address number and box number are identical. In other instances, the rural or and box number and the complete address number are different. highway contract route Since PO Box numbers and general delivery addresses are mailing addresses only and not associated with a housing unit or housing unit location, the Census Bureau cannot accept them through the L UCA operation. 4.2.1 Adding Non - city Style Addresses to the Census Address List The most common non - city style addresses on the Census Bureau’s Address List are the physical location description and identifying map spot, and rural route and highway contract rou te and box numbers. The following instructions provide a few examples of Census Address List . the how to add non - city style addresses missing from 67 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

79 4.2.1.1 Scenario: Adding Physical Location Description Addresses g units. The physical location The area north of Aca St includes three new housin Address L ist descriptions and their identifying map spots are missing from the Census These addresses do not have a city style address. and map. ote : In addition to the required state and county codes, and census tract and block codes, N - defined description of the housing unit or group quarters you must provide a well This is the information location and identify the approximate location on the paper map. the enumerator uses to conduct the census at this address. Adding N ew P h ysical L 4.2.1.1.1 D escription A ddresses to the Census ocation Address List:  Create a new record or start/insert a new row for each address in the Census Address L ist . entity ID c ode  ENTITY Enter the field . Copy this from your original address list in the materials .  Enter an “ A ” in the ACTION field .  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for the corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK : ote N enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate If you choose, you may informat ion in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  Enter a well - defined description in the LOCATION DESCRIPTION  field (up to 100 characters, do not use commas). This is the information the enumerator uses to conduct the census at this address.  Enter the , if known, in the NONCITYSTYLEZIP field. ZIP Code  Enter a unique map spot number in the MAPSPOT field for each address added. known : USE  Enter the address u se , if field , in the M M ailing purposes. — L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or B — B oth mailing and location purposes. tructure  Enter the s l atitude in the LAT field , if you are not using paper maps . per maps . you are not using pa  Enter the structure longitude in the LONG field , if Identify each new housing unit on the printed copy of the PDF small format paper map  (or the large format paper map if no small format block maps were selected) with its corresponding unique map spot number. 68 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

80 4.2.1.1.2 Identifying New Physical Location De scription Addresses with Unique Map Numbers on the Small Format Block Ma p the approximate 1. You must provide location of each address you are adding . You may assign each individual address a unique map spot number, A1, A2, A3, etc. h its associated Label each map spot wit 2. unique map spot number that you recorded in Address List beginning with A1, A2, Census A3, etc. Figure 56 . Identifying New Physical Location Description Addresses with Map Spots on the Small Format Paper Map ) ( Fictitious Information — Tra ining 4.2.1.2 Scenario: Adding Rural Route and Box Number Addresses Because rural routes and highway contract routes are mailbox delivery routes served by rural carriers to deliver and collect mail from roadside mailboxes, adding these type s of addresses must include additional information to locate the housing unit or group quarters. In addition to the rural route or highway contract number and box number, you must provide:  Map spot on the map, and/or housing unit or group quarters structur e latitude and longitude. And one of the following: City style address (E -  911 address e.g., house number and street name).  Location description. All of the mailing addresses in Winter County are rural route and box number. Four addresses along Olympus Hwy in tract 0046.00, block 2000, are missing on the Census Address List. These include RR3 Box 289, RR3 Box 290, RR3 Box 293, and RR3 Box 294. This scenario includes a street name, map spot numbers, and the structure latitude and longitude. 4.2.1.2.1 Adding Rural Rou te and Box Number Addre sses to the Census Address List  Create a new record or start/insert a new row for each address in the Census Address L . ist  Enter the entity ID c ode in the ENTITY field . Copy this from your original address list materials . . field ACTION ” in the A Enter an “  69 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

81  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for the address: o STATEFP COUNTYFP o o TRACT o BLOCK N : If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate ote information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK.  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field . NONCITYSTYLE ADDRESS  Enter the rural route number and the box number in the field Do not use commas. .  Enter the ZIP C ode in the NONCITYSTYLEZIP field.  r a unique map spot number in th Ente e MAPSPOT field for each address added. known  Enter the address u se , if , in the USE field. ailing purposes. M — M ocation purposes, including emergency services, or L L — — B oth mailing and location purposes. B , if s tructure l atitude in the LAT field  you are not using paper maps . Enter the , if structure longitude in the LONG field Enter the you are not using paper maps .  Identify each new housing unit on the printed copy of the PDF small format paper map (or the large format paper map if no small format block maps were selected) with its corresponding unique map spot number. 4.2.1.2.2 Identifying Missing Rural Route and Box Number Addresses with Unique Map Spot Numbers on the Small Format Block Map the approximate location of each 1. You must provide Y address you are adding. ou may assign each individual address a unique map spot number, A1, A2, A3, etc. 2. Label each map spot with its associated unique map spot number that you recorded in the MAPSPOT field on the Address List beginning wi th A1, A2, A3, Census etc. Figure 57 . Identifying Missing Rural Route and Box Number Addresses with Map Spots on the Small Format Training ( ) Fictitious Information — Paper Map 70 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

82 4.2.2 Correcting Non - city Style Addresses ons to non city style addresses are the same as city style The following correcti - Section 4.1.2 . Refer to Section 4.1.2 for examples. addresses described in C Enter a “ ACTION field for the following situations: ” in the  Incorrect state code.  Incorrect county code.  Incorrect census tract number.  Incorrect census block number.  Incorrect street name (including street directional and street type information). Incorrect n  - city s tyle ZIP Code. on  In correct map spot number.  Incorrect structure latitude.  Incorrect structure longitude. Deleting Non - city Style Addresses 4.2.3 to delete an address. when using very careful Be Enter a “ D ” in the Action Code field this action code. Before deleting an address, ensu re that the housing unit or group quarters does not exist, is uninhabitable, is a duplicate address , or needs corrected in a field that is not editable. Do not make corrections to any other fields on the Census Address List for a deleted address. The foll owing is a list of a few examples using the “ D ” Action Code :  Deleting an address that no longer exists, is uninhabitable, or is a duplicate.  Deleting a s treet or addresses along a street that no longer exists.  Incorrect house number.  Incorrect apartment or unit number. - Deleting an incorrect Non city Style Mail Delivery Address (RR# or HCR#) and adding  the correct address. Deleting an address for a s ingle housing unit converted to a multiunit structure on the  Census Address List and adding multiunit addresse s . and  Deleting addresses for a m ultiunit structure converted to a single housing unit adding the single housing unit address .  Deleting a single housing unit address converted to a group quarters and adding the group quarters address. Deleting a group and adding the  converted to a single housing unit quar ters address single housing unit address . Deleting addresses with incorrect physical location description and adding a record for  the corrected location description and map spot. — Digital Page 71 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

83 4.2.3.1 Updating a Physical Loca tion Description and Map Spot Address mark the To update a physical location description and map spot address you need to and add the updated address to the Census Address List. In address for deletion ensus tract and block codes, addition to the required state and county codes, and c provide - defined description of the housing unit location a (up to 100 characters, well do not use commas). If the location is the same, reenter the map spot number to the updated address. This is the information the enumerator uses to conduct the census at this address. 4.2.3.1.1 Scenario: Deleting a P hysica l Location Description Address i n the Census Address List Physical location descriptions may change over time for a number of reasons. For instance, structures may be painted different colors, driveway access or surfaces may change, or environmental or landscapes may change. A section north of Aca St in census tract 0054.00, block 1000 developed over the last ts. A brown several years. The tan trailer identified by map spot number 1, no longer exis T utor style house with beige trim and an attached two - car garage replaced the tan trailer .  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for the location description address that no longer exists. Adding the Address for the Correct Physical Location Descrip tion Add ress to the Census Address List Address in the Census ecord or start/insert a new row for each address Create a new r  L ist . A ” in the ACTION  . Enter an “ field  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for the corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP o TRACT o BLOCK N ote : If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  - Ent er a well defined description in the LOCATION DESCRIPTION field  (up to 100 characters, do not use commas). This is the information the enumerator uses to conduct the census at this address.  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field : — M oses. ailing purp M 72 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

84 L L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or — — B mailing and location purposes. B oth MAPSPOT field , if the location is still the  Enter the original map spot number in the If the location has changed, assign a new map spot ID and make th e appropriate same. map update. in the s tructure l atitude  Enter the LAT field . This would be same as the del eted address. If the location has changed, enter the new latitude in the LAT field. . This would be same a  s tructure l ongitude in the LONG field Enter the s the deleted address . If the location has changed, enter the new latitude in the LONG field.  Refer to S ection 4.1.3 for additional examples of using the “ D ” action code. Only 4.3 Ungeocoded Addresses — States and Counties The Census Bureau’s Address List for state and county participants may contain ungeocoded addresses that are missing census tract and census block codes. Ungeocoded addresses are located at the end of the address list file. You may use the ” action codes to J ,” and “ N “ D include geocodes (census tract and census block) “ C ,” “ ,” for addresses (C), delete (D) address , identify nonresidential (N) address es , and to es ,” “ es not in your jurisdiction (J). When entering the identify address “ D N ,” and “ J ” action codes make no other entries. The following scenario describes how to geocodes for ungeocoded addresses include using the “ C ” action code and identify their location on the map. 4.3.1. Scenario: Including G eocodes for U ngeocoded A ddresses on the Address L Census ist To geocode ungeocoded addresses, enter a “ ” in the action code field and provide the C geocode information for the census tract and census block. If you choose, you may enter the optional structure latitude and longitude coordinate information in additi on to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. The Census Address List for Winter County contains several new addresses that are missing geocodes for the census track and census block. in the Enter a “ C ” ACTION  field .  Enter the required info rmation in the appropriate fields to geocode the addresses, including: o TRACT o BLOCK If you know the approximate location of each address, assign a unique map  Optional: . field MAPSPOT spot number in the — Digital Page 73 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

85 4.3.1.1 Identifying Ungeocoded Addresses with U nique M ap S pot N umbers on S Block F ormat the M ap mall If you know the approximate location of 1. each address you are geocoding, you may assign each individual address a unique map spot number, A1, A2, A3, etc. Label each map spot with its associated 2. unique map spot number that you recorded in the MAPSPOT field on the Census Address List beginning with A1, A2, A3, etc. Figure 58 . Identifying Ungeocoded Address with Unique Map Spot Numbers on the Small Format Paper Map ( Training — Fictitious Informati on ) If you need to add a new street on the map, follow the instructions in 4.1.1.1 . Section Transitory Location Addresses 4.4 s movable or mobile housing, or portable sites that contain are Transitory Location s (TL ) housing units, including boats, motorized recreational vehicles (RVs), tents, trailers that used as a living are pulled by cars or trucks, or any other type of portable housing quarters. Enumeratio n of Transitory Locations (ETL) is a c ensus operation designed to The provide coverage for enumeration for locations where people live in non - traditional housing that is transient or movable in nature. The t ypes of TLs that are included in the ETL include:  RV parks. Marinas.   Campgrounds. xamples of Although you may fin d TLs that are not named on your address list, a few e TL addresses include named :  Mermaid’s Marina, 23 South Main Street, 99997.  , 76 Alexander Blvd, 99997. The Royal Winter Campground t (TU) addresses. The MAF Individual addresses at TLs are identified as Transitory Uni may include TU addresses as housing units (HUs). TU addresses identified as HUs pass the address filter as residential housing units and therefore may be included on your Census Address List. Individual TU addresses include:  Pads. — Digital Page 74 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

86  Sites. Slips.  Units.   Rooms. Examples of TU addresses include: Mermaid’s Marina, Slip 63, 23 South Main Street, 99997.   The Royal Winter Campground , Site 234, 76 Alexander Blvd, 99997. The Census Bureau will not accept individual TU addresses for pads, sit es, slips, units, or rooms for the LUCA operation. TU addresses are identified and documented during the ETL. You may delete an existing TU address if you are certain that the address is a TU or does not exist. Do not make corrections to any other fields o n the Census Address List for a deleted address. Enter a “ D ” in the Action  field for the address(es) that need deletion. No other action is required. Updating Transitory Location Addresses There are several updates you may make to TL addresses including:  A dd ing missing TL addresses. These include main office addresses only, located at the TL.  Updat ing incorrect TL addresses by deleting and adding the correct TL address. are that no longer exist or  uninhabitable. es Delet ing TL address Scenario: Adding a Tr ansitory Location Address 4.4.1 , opened at 211 Jeffras Drive. The RV park , Summer County RV Park park A new rents site s to transitory workers .  Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Address List. ENTITY . Copy this from your original address list  Enter the entity ID field code in the materials.  Enter an “ A ” in the ACTION field.  Enter the required address information in the appropriate fields for the corrected address: o STATEFP o COUNTYFP TRACT o o BLOCK — Digital Page 75 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

87 N : If you choose, you may enter the optio nal structure latitude and longitude coordinate ote information in addition to or rather than the STATEFP, COUNTYFP, TRACT, and BLOCK. Enter the correct a ddress house n umber in the HOUSENUMBER field .  Enter the street name in the STREETNAME field .  m  ling ZIP C ode Enter the in the ZIP field . ai  Enter the TL n ame in the GQ NAME field.  LOCATION DESCRIPTION field. Enter “TL” in the provide a unique map spot number (e.g., A1 ) in the  If you know the approximate location field. The map spot number in the Census A MAPSPOT ddress List must correspond to the building’s location if you are using the small format paper map. Refer to Figure to 49 add a map spot on the small format paper map.  Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE f ield : M M ailing purposes. — L — L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or B — B oth mailing and location purposes. Enter the . field, if known LAT  in the s tructure l atitude  structure longitude in the LONG field, if known . Enter the Correcting 4.4.2 a Transitory Location Address Scenario: To correct an incorrect TL address, you must first delete the incorrect address using the “ D ” action code, then add the entire corrected address using the “ A ” action code. During your address review, you notice that the main office address for John’s RV Park and Campground listed on the Census Address List is now Sleepy’s RV Resort and Campground. This RV resort and campground continues to rent spaces for transients.  Enter a “ D ” in the field for the address that need s correction . ACTION Add the correct address to the Census Address List: . ist  Address L Create a new record or start/insert a new row in the Census Copy the original address and paste it into the new row.  Enter an “  A ” in the ACTION field . field.  Enter the TL n ame in the GQ NAME  Enter “TL” in the LOCATION DESCRIPTION field. field if the map spot MAPSPOT ) in the  Enter a unique map spot number (e.g., A1 Census map spot number in the number is missing from the original address. The uilding’s location if you are using the small format Address List must correspond to the b Refer to Figure 49 to add a map spot on the small format paper map. paper map. — Digital Page 76 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

88 Enter the address u se , if known , in the USE field :  M M ailing purposes. — L L ocation purposes, including emergency services, or — oth B — B mailing and location purposes. 4.4.3 Scenario: Deleting a Transitory Location Address The main office and the campground located at 101 Pampas Place no longer exists.  Enter a “ D ” in the ACTION field for the address(es) that needs deletion. No other ac tion is required. 4.5 Saving the Census Address List File Save your work often to avoid possible loss of your edits. In addition to saving the file often, you should back up your work each week. In the event of hardware failures and/or software corruption, thi a week’s worth of no more than s process ensures that work is lost. When you have finished updating the digital address list file: Re ” field grouping all records with - sort the entire Census Address List by the “ ACTION  an action code together. .  Save only tho se records that have an entry in the “ ACTION ” field Name the file containing the updated address list with Action Codes only:  where xxx is the file extension type such luca20__ xxx changes_addresses. as the comma delimited text extension (.csv or .txt) or Excel (.xls). The is your entity identification code found on your LUCA materials.  Make a copy of your edited files to keep for your records and to use during the Feedback phase of LUCA. Note : Use caution while re - sorting and ensure th e selection of all fields and rows within the Census Address List prior to sorting. Not ensuring all fields and rows are selected will scramble the contents of the Census Address List and may cause irreparable damage.  All digital copies of the Census Addre ss List, as well as paper copies, with or without changes, are Title 13 address information. Keep all copies in a secure location according Confidentiality and Security Guidelines to the . reparing and submitting your Title 13 materials to the Census Chapter 7. for p See Bureau. 77 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

89 TIGER PARTNERSHIP SH APEFILES CHAPTER 5. As part of the LUCA registration process, the Census Bureau offered LUCA participants the opportunity to choose shapefiles as their product preference map format. The 8 Census Bureau provides county - based Environmental Systems Research Institute 7F (Esri) shapefiles. The shapefiles, created from the MAF/TIGER system , allow participants to submit map feature updates electronically. Participants that submit Census Bureau instructions discussed in updates must follow shap efiles with feature this chapter. 5.1 Shapefile Background In order to submit digital feature information, you must have a GIS capable of importing Esri shapefiles, editing the features, and exporting layers back into Esri shapefile format. Subsequent sections within this chapter provide details on these three steps. The Census Bureau’s TIGER Partnership shapefiles contain numerous sets of efiles. Using GIS, LUCA shapefiles, but do not contain structure point (map spots) shap participants may utilize the “LAT” and “LONG” data from the digital address list to generate structure points. To geocode addresses to the census blocks, the Census Bureau provides a 2010 tabulation block shapefile (tabblock2010). A ll linear features in the Census Bureau’s MAF/TIGER system are contained in the “edges” shapefile. Participants use the “edges” shapefile to add and delete features as well as change shapefile. feature attribution. This chapter provides examples of edits to the edges 5.1.1 Shapefile Setup The TIGER Partnership shapefiles provided by the Census Bureau are in the following - projected geographic - based coordinate system: un GCS_NAD83   Angular Unit: Degree (0.017453292519943299)  Prime Meridian: Greenwich (0.000000000000 000000)  Datum: D_North_American_1983  Spheroid: GRS_1980 - Semi  major Axis: 6378137.000000000000000000  Semi - minor Axis: 6356752.31414035610000000 : 298.257222101000020000  Inverse Flattening 8 All shapefiles provided by the Census Bureau are in Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) es does not represent an endorsement of a company or its products by the format. The use of brand nam U.S. government. Due to the wide use of Esri products by our partners in the GIS community, and reau provides ubiquitous use of the shapefile format as a medium for GIS data exchange, the Census Bu data in shapefile format. 78 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

90 If you selected the digital address list and digital maps, disc 2 of 2 contains the - Title 13 Address Count List and the TIGER Partnership shapefiles in a folder non shape .” Upon completion of the initial setup of files by launching the executable named “ file to place the contents of the discs in specific folder you created , open the file and ensure the file contains the shapefiles for your entity. If your entity spans more than one county or state, shapefiles for every state and county that your entity falls within save to g of the executable file. If data is the specific folder you created during the launchin missing or you encounter an error with the files, please immediately contact the Geographic Partnership Support Desk toll - 0169 or send an email to - 844 - 344 - free at 1 [email protected] GEO.202 . project these shapefiles into your local coordinate system - Please feel free to re projection ; however, the Census Bureau requests you convert the submission back to . Most GIS software packages contain proje GCS NAD83 prior to submission ction wizards, or something similar, allowing the user to transform file coordinate systems and projections. For example, if your office uses Arc GIS to update files, please activate and utilize Arc GIS ’s “Projection Utility Wizard” extension. TIGER Partners hip shapefiles contain defined projection information in the *.PRJ file. le for projection information, t here is no need to Since ArcGIS access es the *.PRJ fi define these parameters before changing the file coordinate system. Shapefile 5.1.2 Editing Features in the Edges After performing the set up guidelines and reviewing the Census Address List as well as the features in the edges shapefile, i you determine that the Census Bureau needs to f add , you must subm it your or delete features or modify attribution of features modifications in a separate shapefile . Note: Although the primary purpose of LUCA is to update the Census Bureau’s Address List, it may be necessary to update spatial features that correspond to address updates. Due to LUCA updates, participants should focus on providing road the limited time to provide updates that impact addresses such as new roads.  To add a new or missing feature, digitize or copy the feature into the edges shapefile and update the MTFCC, FULLNAME, and CHG_TYPE attribution fiel ds.  mark the feature for deletion by updating To move or correct the shape of a feature, first the CHG_TYPE field then add the feature and necessary attribution updates (MTFCC, FULLNAME, and CHG_TYPE) in its proper location. Movement and correction of the shape of a feature is a delete/add scenario . To mark a feature, or part of a feature, for deletion, update the CHG_TYPE attribution  field for the section of edge to delete, but do not delete the actual feature from the shapefile. In each of these instances , u se the appropriate change type code located in the coding scheme as shown in Table 6 to identify the type of feature modification in the Section CHG_TYPE field of the edges shapefile. Specific examples of these updates in ge Type Codes and Example of Edges Shapefile Corrections Chan 5.1.3 . 79 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

91 Note The Census Bureau encourages the use of imagery during your review to assist with the : al placement of features. proper spati 6 Table contains a portion of the edges shapefile data dictionary that define important attribute information contained in the edges shapefile. Refer to Appendix L , Shapefile Layout s , for a complete layout. Table : Edges Shapefile Data Dictionary 6 LENGTH TYPE DESCRIPTION FIELD PERMANENT EDGE ID INTEGER TLID 10 MTFCC 5 STRING MAF/ TIGER FEATURE CLASS CODE FULLNAME 120 STRING FEATURE NAME STRING 4 CHNG_TYPE TYPE OF LINEAR FEATU RE UPDATE ® for the feature segment and is not editable. Leave ID  TLID is the unique TIGER/Lin e this field blank if adding a new feature.  The MAF/TIGER Feat ure Class Code or MTFCC identifies the most noticeabl e characteristic of a feature. This field is required when adding new features. Participants can modify this field if the current MTFCC is incorrect. The MTFCC is a 5 - character is a letter describing the feature class. For example, S1400 code. The first character identifies streets and roads. Refer to Appendix K for the MAF/TIGER Feature Classification table. FULLNAME is the feature name. This field is editable and is required when adding new  or missing f eatures.  CHNG_TYPE identifies the type of feature modification. This field is required in order to for the change type codes 7 identify all of the edges with proposed changes. See Table and their descriptions. 5.1.3 ge Type Codes and Example of Edges Shapefile Corrections Chan This section discusses the three change type codes and provides examples of each. shapefile codes update to the edges Each must contain one of the three “ change type ” 7 . in the CHNG_TYPE field in the listed in Table with Record the change type code edges shapefile attribute table for each feature in which an update occurs. Change Type Codes for Feature Corrections Table 7 : CODE DESCRIPT ION ADD LINE AL CHANGE ATTRIBUTE CA DL DELETE LINE 80 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

92 ADD LINE  Code — AL  Used to flag a new road feature added to the edges shapefile .  Provide the features name in the FULLNAME field and appropriated feature class code in the MTFCC field. CHANGE ATTRIBUTE Change Name  Code — CA  Used to flag a feature to denote a name change.  Provide the feature’s new or corrected name in the FULLNAME field . Change MTFCC CA  Code —  (e.g., a local flag a feature to denote a change to the feature class code Used to ) road mist akenly coded as a highway , S1200 , S1400, D ELETE LINE  Code — DL  Used to flag a feature for deletion.  Do not actually delete the feature from the edges shapefile and make no other changes to the feature or attribution. Examples 5.1.4 pe codes for feature additions, deleti ons, and The following are examples of change ty attribute corrections. 5.1.4.1 Scenario: Adding a Feature to the Edges Layer Crystal Ave is a new street . It is missing from the edges shapefile and needs to be added.  Start an Editing session on the edges shapefile . tool, which you can find under ” window in the Editor  Open the “ Create Features Editing Windows . 81 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

93 Figure 59 . Create Features ” under . You will now be able to draw your road. Construction Tools Line Click the “  Line Tool . Figure 60  Digitize the missing street into the edges shapefile. The Census Bureau strongly recommends using imagery (from ArcGIS or local sources) to ensure the accuracy of the road placement and digitizing at an appropriate scale (1:2,400 f or instance). 82 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

94  To digitize (in ArcGIS), left click with your mouse at the starting point (node) and draw - until the road is complete. Once finished, double left click the mouse to complete the creation of a new line in the attribute table. Figure 61 . Digitizing a New/Missing Street In the edges shapefile attribute table: MTFCC  For the newly created street, enter the appropriate feature class code in the field . In this example, S1400 is the correct choice. ULLNAME F in the field.  Enter Crystal Ave  Enter AL in the CHNG_TYPE field.  Leave all other fields blank.  Click “ Save Edits ”, then “ Stop Editing ” in the Editing Toolbar.  The map and attribute table should resemble the example below: Map and Attri . 62 bute Table for Adding a New/Missing Street Figure — Digital Page 83 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

95 Although the street name in the examples may differ, r Section 4.1.1.1 , Adding efer to for instructions on the New Addresses for a New Street to the Census Address List corresponding address list updates. 5.1.4.2 Correcting a Feature Name Scenario: The Census Bureau’s address list and shapefile incorrectly identifies a street as Mound Rd rather than Mountain St, the correct street name.  Start an editing session on the edges shape file.  Select all segments of Mound Rd in the edges shapefile. In the edges shapefile attribute table: Mound Rd  Edit the FULLNAME field, in this case correcting it from to Mountain St. CA in the field. CHNG_TYPE  Enter  Save your edits. The map and attribute table should resemble the example below:  63 Figure . Map and Attribute Table for Correcting a Street Name Although the street name in the examples may differ, r efer to Section 4.1.2.1 , Correcting an Incorrect Street Name in the Census Address List for instructions on the corresponding address list updates . 5.1.4.3 eature Scenario: C hanging the MTFCC of an Existing F Oak St , is mis coded A local road, with a highway feature class code . iting session on the edges shapefile.  Start an ed Select all s  egments of Oak St in the edges shapefile. 84 — Digital Page 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

96 edges shapefile attribute table: In the  Change code in the MTFCC field from S1200 to S1400. the  Enter CA in the CHNG_TYPE . field  Save your edits.  The attribute ta ble should resemble the example below: Figure 64 . Attribute Table for Correcting MTFCC 5.1.4.4 Scenario: Deleting a feature The Census Bureau’s address list and edges shapefile contain Donahue St; however, firm the road and houses were never constructed. local sources and knowledge con  Start an editing session on the edges shapefile. Select the segment of Donahue St in the edges shapefile that no longer exists.  In the edges shapefile attribute table: DL  Enter in the CHNG_TYPE field for th e selected segment of Donahue St that no longer exists.  Save your edits.  The attribute table should resemble the image below: Figure 65 . Attribute Table for Deleting a Road Feature ffer, r efer to Although the street name in the examples may di , 4.1.3.1 Section Scenario: Deleting Addresses that No Longer Exist on a Section of a Street in the Scenario: De leting Addresses that No Census Address List and Section 4.1.3.2 Longer Exist on a Street that No Longer Exists in the Census Address List for instructions on deleting the addresses from the address list . . 85 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

97 5.1.4.5 Scenario: Correcting the Location of a Street Located in an Incorrect Census Block Address List and edges shapefile incorrectly show Court St located north of Brass The Add Court St Alley. According to local sources, Court St is located south of Brass Alley. in the correct location in the edges layer and mark the incorrect Court St segment f or deletion . Figure 66 . Incorrect Location of a Street Start an editing session on the edges shapefile.   Digitize Court St into the correct location .  Ensure the feature is spatially accurate by utilizing imagery as a reference. I n the edges shapefile attribute table : For the new, correct feature: code for the new street MTFCC Enter the appropriate In this example, S1400 is the .  correct choice.  Enter Court St in the FULLNAME field.  Enter AL in the CHNG_TYPE field.  fields blank. Leave all other For the incorrect feature: St for  Enter DL Court in the CHNG_TYPE field to flag the incorrect segment(s) of . deletion Save your edits.  — Digital Page 86 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

98 The map and attribute table should resemble the example below. The line for Court St  marked for deletion i s above Brass Alley and the newly added line for Court St is below Brass Alley. Both features are visible in the map and attribute table. The CHNG_TYPE field in the attribute table for the incorrect feature is marked with a “ DL ”, while the correct feature has an “ AL .” Figure 67 . Map and Attribute Table for Correcting the Location of a Street Although the street name in the examples may differ, r Section 4.1.2.1 , efer to Scenario: Correct ing the Location of a Street Located in an Incorrect Census Block in the Census Address List for instructions on the corresponding address list updates. Figure Below is a summary of the actions in the examples above. 68 displays the updated attribute table.  Crystal Ave added.  Court St added.  Court St feature in the wrong block marked for deletion. marked for deletion.  Donahue St  Mou nd R d changed to Mountain St .  The MTFCC value for Oak St corrected . Summary of Actions Figure . 68 87 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

99 Preparing Your Edited Shapefile for Submission 5.2 Upon completion of your LUCA review and updates, follow the instructions in this section for preparing your edited shapefile for submission to the Census Bureau. Additi onal instructions for compiling your entire submission are included in Chapter 7. .  Ensure that your edges shapefile has all the desired additions and edits. TYPE CHNG_ Select all of the features with a value in the  field of the edges shapefile in order to export the selected features and their attributes into a new shapefile.  Right click on the edges shapefile and select “ Data ”, then “ Export Data ”, as shown in the image below. Figure 69 . Export Data Selection 70 Figure Export Data . 88 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

100 Ensure “ Export ” section of the “ Export ” remains set in the “  Selected Features Data ” window.  Name the new shapefile “luca20__In_changes.shp” where the EntityID ity identification code found on your LUCA materials (starts with two is the ent letters followed by a series of numbers).  Save the shapefile to an easily accessible location on your computer.  ” to export the shapefile. OK Click “ apefile should resemble the map and attribute The newly exported LUCA submission sh table below, only containing the edited features. Edited Road Features for Submission Figure . 71 89 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

101 CHAPTER 6. GENERATING STRUCTURE POINTS WITH ARCGIS Using A rc 6.1 om the Digital GIS to Generate Structure Points fr Address List The U.S. Census Bureau will supply participants choosing the Digital Address List product preference with a .csv file containing all of the known addresses for a given entity. Many of these addresses will have atitude and l ongi tude values in the l corresponding fields (see Table 3 : Digital Address List Record Layout in Chapter 2. ). for reference during only used and e Census Bureau’s address list protects t h Note: T itle 13 your LUCA review. You must destroy a ny shapefiles created based on the Census Bureau’s address list must after the LUCA operation is complete . Follow the steps below to import the address list into ArcGIS to create points to compare the Census Bureau’s addresses with your own address points. In ArcGIS, right click “ Layers  .” ” in the Table of Contents and select “ Add Data . Figure 72 Selecting Layers in ArcGIS ist (in .csv format) is located.  Navigate to the folder where you address l ”. Add Add to your MXD by clicking “  2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page 90

102 . Figure 73 Add Address Data .  In ArcGIS, right click the .csv file in the Table of Contents Display XY Data Select “  .” ay XY Data Figure 74 . Displ l Use the drop down menus for the X and Y Fields to select the correct  ongitude and l ields in your address list, where the X field represents the longitude and the Y f atitude field represents the latitude. nate System to NAD (North American Datum) Click “Edit” button to change the Coordi  1983, if not shown in the Description section of the window. 91 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page

103 X and Y Fields . 75 Figure  Choose the Search for “GCS_North_American_1983” and select “NAD 1983.” “Geographic Coordinate Sys tems” folder, then the “North America” folder. Next Click “ select “NAD 1983.” to select the coordinate system. OK ” Figure Selecting NAD 1983 . 76 92 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

104  The “ Display XY ” Data screen displays again. Once you confirm that everything is set screen to complete the up properly, click “ OK ” on the “ Display XY Data ” action and dismiss the window. . 77 Figure Display XY Data Screen After the “ Display XY Data ” window closes, the warning message shown below appears indicati ng the lack of the Object In order - ID field in the newly created file . to link the spatial points to the attributes, export the newly created point layer to a new shapefile in order to select, query, or perform edits on the shapefile. . 78 Figure Warning Message 93 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

105  After selecting “ OK ” to dismiss the “ Table Does Not Have Object ID Field ” - warning message, ArcGIS generates an “ Events ” shapefile of the address points on your map corresponding to the l ongitude and l atitude of each address in the address list that contains values in those fields. Please note, not all records in the Census Address List contain coordinate information.  If the address points do not appear correctly located for your jurisdiction, then prior to performing the ne xt steps, check to see if the LAT and LONG fields are correct. The X is the LONG and the Y is the LAT. Perform the “ Display XY Data ” step again to correct the points if they do not display properly. After the XY data “  right click the file ” shapefile loads into your MXD, Events Data ,” then select “ Export Data .” Next click “ OK .” name, select “ Figure 79 . “Events” Shapefile In the “ Export Data  ” window, you can change the directory location and file hapefile by choosing the folder icon in the - to - be generated s name for the soon ” section and clicking “ “ Output feature class Save .” OK  Once the “ Output feature class ” is correct, click “ .” Export Data Confirmation . 80 Figure 94 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

106  An ArcGIS window asks whether you “ want t o add the exported data to the The data should now load into the MXD. map as a layer .” Select “ Yes .” Events ” shapefile from the MXD Table of Contents.  Delete the “ Performing the additional “  ” step links the attribution to the spatial Export Data elements of the file so proper queries and selections can occur. The blue highlighted row in the attribute table now highlights the corresponding map spot on the map. Figure Corresponding Address and Map Spot Highlighted . 81 You can follow the steps above for loading your own address point spreadsheet data to compare the two datasets spatially and determine if there are areas where the Census Bureau is missing map spots; and therefore, may be missing residential addresses. 95 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

107 CHAPTER 7. SUBMITTING YOU R UPDATED MATERIALS After completing your review and update of the LUCA materials, return only those National Processing Center at the address shown materials with updates to the Inventory Form for the in Figure 82 . Please include or sub mit the with your updated LUCA materials. 2011) - Return/Submission of Materials (D Follow the procedures for shipping Title 13 materials discussed in this chapter es (D and referenced in Appendix A, the Confidentiality and Security Guidelin - 2004) . If after your review, you determined that the Census Address List is correct and - you have no address updates, please complete the form letter D 2079 included , enclosed postage - paid with your LUCA materials and return it in the pre If you select that you do not want to receive LUCA addressed env elope. Feedback materials you must destroy or return all Title 13 address and map materials according to the procedures outlined in the Confidentiality and Security in Appendix A. . Guidelines Methods for Submissions There are two methods for submitting your updated LUCA materials: 1) Secure Web Incoming Module (SWIM) :  You may submit your zipped digital address list updates and/or shapefiles through SWIM, the offic ial web portal for uploading partnership materials to Section on using the Census Bureau. See 7.6 for specific instructions SWIM. 2) Shipping : You may ship your zipped digital address list updates, shapefile update s,  and/or updated, printed PDF paper maps to the Census Bureau. Please to ensure the follow the procedures outlined in the following sections protection of Title 13 materials. If any issues arise with your LUCA submission, t he Census Bureau will attempt to contact you to resolve or clarify the issues. Unless there is clarification prior to the LUCA deadline, the Census Bureau will not incorporate your updates into the MAF/TIGER database. Your updates are temporary until the verification nfirmation. operation provide co 7.1 Preparing the A ddress L ist for S ubmission  Navigate to the directory where you saved your address changes file as . , Section Chapter 4. 4.5 explained in 96 20 Census LUCA Resp 20 ondent Guide — Digital Page

108 The Census Bureau cannot accept files submitted via email, nor can we retrieve Note: files from a FTP site. Participants must create a CD/DVD for shipment to the Census Bureau or must use the SWIM to post the files to ensure a secure transfer of informat ion. changes xxx (where xxx is the file addresses. _  Zip the luca20__ extension type such as the comma delimited text extension (.csv or .txt) or Excel (.xls)) and name it luca20__ changes _ addresses _return.zip .  as part of the zip process using the case sensitive P is file assword protect th password provided to you for your original materials. If you have misplaced the password, contact the Geographic Partnership Support Desk toll free at 1 - 844 - 0169 for assistance. The Census Bureau cann ot email passwords. 344 - Save the file to a CD or DVD.  Submission Sorting the Paper Maps for 7.2 To return the printed PDF small format block maps and any large format paper maps with updates to the Census Bureau:  Separate the map sheets with updates from those w ithout updates .  Make a copy of all map sheets containing updates to keep for your records to the Feedback phase use during of LUCA scheduled to occur in August/September 2019. Return  only those map sheets containing updates . and maps with map spots are Title 13, U.S.C. address All address list copies Note: information. Keep all copies in a secure location. Follow the confidentiality and security guidelines for both paper and digital security. Preparing the Shapefiles for Submission 7.3  Navigate to the directo ry where you saved your shapefile changes file. Entity all associated metadata and and  Zip the ID>_In_changes.shp l uca20_< component file ( prj, .sbx, .shx, .shp, etc.) and name it: .cpg, .dbf, . luca20__ln_changes_return.zip sword . There is no need to pas protect this file because it does not contain any Title 13 information. Participants using Esri software should utilize ArcCatalog to ensure the Note: necessary file components are bundled in the zip file appropriately. Participants using another GI S software must ensure all of the components are included in the zip file for accurate processing once received at the Census Bureau You may save the file to the same CD/DVD as your address list if you are  shipping your submission. 97 20 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — Digital Page

109 Completing the D - 2011 In ventory Form for the 7.4 Return/Submission of Materials If you are shipping your updated LUCA materials, please complete the D - 2011 Inventory Form for the Return/Submission of Materials you received in your LUCA materials package and include it with your retur ned materials. A copy of the form is included in Appendix H and is available for download on the LUCA http://www.census.gov/geo/partnerships/luca.html Web site at < . > ur updated Census Address L ist If you are submitting yo and/or shapefiles Inventory Form for the Return/Submission through SWIM, the fillable the D - 2011 PDF form is included on your digital file discs as of Materials f . When you open this file: LUCA20_inventory.pd ty ID and Government Name sections.  Complete the Enti  Indicate which updated address list, maps, and submission method you are using (i.e., SWIM or Mail). If you are using SWIM, save and zip the form and name it  inventory . Include the form with your SWIM _return.zip luca20__ submission. If you are shipping any or all of your materials submission, you may use this  form. Print the completed form and enclose it with your materials. 7.5 Shipping Your Title 13 LUCA Materials -  Include the D 2011 Inventory Form for the Return/S ubmission of Materials .  Ship the Title 13 materials, double wrap ping them using an inner and an outer one within the other. These should be durable enough to ), envelope (or container prevent someone from viewing or tampering with the enclosed material. La bel both sides of the inner envelope (or container) with the notice:  “DISCLOSURE PROHIBITED BY Title 13, U.S.C.”  Place the inner envelope (or container) into the outer envelope. . If you Use the mailing label that was included with the mail  out materials - ha ve misplaced the mailing label, contact the Geographic Partnership Support - . for assistance Desk toll free at 1 844 - 344 - 0169 If you do not use the mailing label, ship using a service that provides tracking  delivery, FedEx, United Parcel information, such as U.S. Postal Service trackable Service (UPS), or similar service. Retain the tracking number as proof of delivery. 98 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide 20 — Digital Page

110 Figure 82 . Mailing Envelopes LUCA Secure Web Incoming Module (SWIM) Submission 7.6 and ou may submit your zipped digital address list file updates Y /or shapefiles through SWIM, the official web portal for uploading partnership materials to the D Be sure to include your completed, zipped - 2011 Inventory Census Bureau. . Form for the Return/Submission of Materials mit for a SWIM upload of The size li B . a zip file is 250 M - If you do not have a SWIM Account, you need the 12 digit registration token provided to you by the Census Bureau for your registration. Follow the instructions in Steps 2 through 5 to register for your SWIM ac count. 8 SWIM Submission Table : Result Action and Step If you are a participant in another Census Bureau partnership program and already Step 1 have a SWIM Account, access < https://r espond.census.gov/swim/ > and enter your button. The Login Welcome screen p assword. Then click the e mail address and opens. Go to Step 7. 99 20 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — Digital Page

111 Step Action and Result Step 2 If you do not yet have a SWIM Account, have the 12 - digit registration token provided to you by the Census Bu reau ready for your registration. You can register at < https://respond.census.gov/swim/ > . Once the login screen opens, click the Register Account Account Registration screen opens. button. The All fiel ds on the Account Registration screen are required. You will not be able to move to the next screen until you have completed all fields. Account Registration On the Step 3 digit token provided by - irst, enter the 12 screen, f our name, agency, and email in the appropriate the Census Bureau. Then enter y fields. Step 4 Next, create a password. The passwords must meet the five criteria below: 1. It must be 8 characters in length It must have at least one upper case character 2. character It must have at least one lower case 3. 4. It must have at least one number It must have at least one special character (valid special characters are: #, 5. !, $, *, &, ?, ~). Note: commas in the special characters list are for spacing purposes only; the comma is not a valid character for th e password. Security Question Set up a security question (click the arrow on the right of the Step 5 down list, then enter an answer in the - box and select a question in the drop box). When you have finished, click the Answer button. A screen opens Submit to confirm that you have successfully registered. 100 20 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — Digital Page

112 Step Action and Result screen, click ‘Login’. You will return to the login screen. Step 6 On the Confirmation Login screen, enter your email and password then click the green Step 7 On the Login screen Welcome button. The opens. You will see the list of files you have previously uploaded, the creation date of the file, the name of the file, and its corresponding zip size. If you need to make modifications, click on the file you want to edit then select the Start Now Upload button. button. A screen opens asking Start New Upload Step 8 To begin an upload, click the What Census program you are reporting data for?. Click the Local Update of button at radio button then click the Next Census Addresses Program (LUCA) m of the screen. the botto 101 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — 20 Digital Page

113 Result Action and Step Step 9 . What type of LUCA entity are you are reporting for? A screen opens asking Click the radio button next to the entity type you are reporting for then click the Next . Place button. This example shows the radio button selected for a Step 10 When you select a place, the next screen asks you to select a State from a drop - down menu then select the place you are reporting for from the place drop - down . menu. Select Next Choose screen opens. : file to upload a zip file to upload. Note The Select a . zip Step 11 all files must be a zip file. To upload a file, click the + Add File button on the screen. 102 20 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — Digital Page

114 Step Action and Result Choose File to Upload window opens and allows you to navigate on your The Step 12 computer to the zip file’s location. - zip file you want to upload then double Locate the click it. Note : You can only add one file at a time. Success ‘ field shows The name of .’ Status Once the file upload is complete, the Step 13 File(s) the file appears in the + Ad field. To add another file, click the d File and the upload process will repeat. In this example, there are three files uploaded. One for an updated digital address list, one for an updated shapefile, and the Invenotry Form for the Return/Submission of Materials. Step 14 aded the file(s), type any comments (including pertinent After you have uplo information about data projection or supporting documentation for shapefiles) in the Next field. Click Comments . Step 15 The Thank You screen appears and confirms the receipt of your submission. ondent Guide 20 103 Page Digital — 20 Census LUCA Resp

115 Result Action and Step To submit files for a different entity, c lick on the ‘ Upload Form’ link in the phrase Step 16 “You may Log Out or return to the upload form, to submit more files.” This choice Welcome returns you to the screen. . The Census Bure au will acknowledge the receipt of Log Out To log out, click on the uploaded file. SWIM sessions deactivate after 15 minutes of inactivity. button Help : While working in SWIM, you may obtain help by clicking on the Note links to help on any screen. When you click the button, a screen opens with resources. 104 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — Digital 20 Page

116 CHAPTER 8. NEXT STEPS Congratulations on the completion of your 2020 LUCA review. While this is a major first step, this does not conclude your LUCA participation, unless you do ives your not wish to receive feedback. Once the Census Bureau rece submission, we will process your files for validation . After validation concludes, the Census Bureau prepares the LUCA feedback materials for shipment to you in summer of 2019. If you agree with the Census Bureau’s feedback materials, then your L UCA participation ends. The Census Bureau begins outreach to close out the LUCA operation and confirm the destruction or return of all Title 13 materials. The Census Bureau must receive a signed Destruction or Return of Title 13 Materials Form (D - 2012) whi ch confirms your destruction (preferred method) or return of the Title 13 materials as required by law. This form was included with your original LUCA materials but is also included in this respondent guide as in 2004) - Confidentiality and Security Guidelines (D . The Appendix I. Appendix A. outlines the process for both the destruction (preferred method) and the return of Title 13 materials. results of the Census Bureau’s validation of your If you disagree with the submission, you have days from the receipt of the feedback materials to notify 45 the LUCA Appeals Office, managed by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), of your disagreement. They will work with yo u and the Census Bureau to resolve all disagreements. After a determination to accept or reject disputed addresses by the Appeals Office, the Census Bureau includes addresses accepted by the Appeals Office into the 2020 Census enumeration universe. e appeals process concludes, you must destroy or return to the Census Once th Destruction or Return of Title Bureau your Title 13 materials and submit a signed as required by law. Filing an appeal is optional and 2012) - 13 Materials Form (D is not a requirement of the LUCA operation. 20 Census LUCA Resp ondent Guide — Digital Page 105 20

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120 SECURITY CONFIDENTIALITY AND APPENDIX A. GUIDELINES Introduction A1 requires the U.S. Federal law, under Title 13 of the United States Code (U.S.C.), Census Bureau to maintain the confidentiality of the information it collects. The Census Bureau takes this responsibility very seriously. Respondents place their trust in the This trust in Census Bureau each time they complete a survey or an interview. confidentiality is critical to the success of the Census Bureau’s mission to collect and To uphold the law, the Census Bureau requires report th e most accurate data possible. that any individuals with access to Title 13 materials adhere to t he prescribed confidentiality and security guidelines. Title 13, U.S. Code A2 “Neither the Secretary, nor any other Chapter 1, Section 9 of Title 13, U.S. Code states: officer or employee of the Department of Commerce or bureau or agency thereof, or ernment census liaison, may, except as provided in section 8 or 16 or chapter local gov 10 of this title... Use the information furnished under the provisions of this title for any purpose other than 1) the statistical purposes for which it is supplied; or Make any pub lication whereby the data furnished by any particular establishment or 2) individual under this title can be identified; or Permit anyone other than the sworn officers and employees of the Department or bureau or agency thereof to examine the individual repor ts.” In 1994, under Public Law 103 - 430, the U.S. Congress amended Chapter 1 of Title 13 to allow the local government census liaison to review and update the Census Bureau’s l local address infor Although the amendment allows officia mation for their jurisdiction. government access, the amendment reaffirmed the confidential nature of the Census Census information protected under Title 13 includes: Bureau’s address information. Everything on a completed or partially completed questionnaire or any information  obtained in a personal or telephone interview.  Individual addresses maintained by the Census Bureau, including those shared with governments through the 2020 Census Local Update of Census Addresses Operation (LUCA).  itude coordinate data that identify the location of Digital or paper maps with latitude/long living quarters (structure points). The penalty for the wrongful disclosure or release of information protected by Title 13 is  a fine of not more than $250,000 or imprisonment for not more than 5 years, or both, as set by Section 214 of the Code and the Uniform Sentencing Act of 1984. 1 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page A -

121 Title 13 U.S.C. does not apply to generalized address information, such as address range data available in the Census Bureau’s digital products or address counts by block. census A3 The Confidentiality Agreement To participate in LUCA, a government must designate a LUCA liaison. The LUCA liaison, LUCA reviewers, and with access to Title 13 materials must sign the anyone . Confidentiality Agreement The Census Bureau will not deli ver LUCA materials to a Confidentiality Agreement participant until we have received the completed and signed Confidentiality and Security Checklist . and the The Census Bureau’s Title 13 data, including addresses and latitude/longitude ucture points), cannot be used to create, update, nor modify a tribal, coordinate data (str state, or local jurisdiction’s address list or database. A signature on the constitutes a legal agreement by each Confidentiality Agreement Title 13 data and abide by the security individual to keep confidential Census Bureau . guidelines outlined below While access to Title 13 materials is temporary, the commitment to keep the information confidential is effective for a lifetime. Security Guidelines A4 The LUCA liaison accepts the responsi bility for protecting and safeguarding the LUCA materials. The liaison must restrict access to the Census Bureau’s information covered under Title 13 to those individuals who have signed the Confidentiality Agreement . A4.1 Protecting Digital Title 13 Materials Operating systems, programs, applications, and data are collectively referred to as Information Technology (IT) systems in this document. Any IT systems used for LUCA participation must be accessible only to those who have signed the Confidentiality Your IT systems should restrict the read, write, and delete functions to all . ment Agree Title 13 materials. Digital Guidelines Construct electronic security profiles to allow only the LUCA liaison and the LUCA  ecurity to ensure that access is reviewers to access Title 13 materials. Test your s restricted.  Use file encryption and passwords to protect all digital Title 13 materials at all times. (AES) with key length of 256 Advanced Encryption Standard Encrypt files using the bits. off computers, lock  - Do not leave computers with Title 13 materials unattended. Log terminals, and lock the room when not in use.  every media and printed page of any paper materials produced from Label all digital Title 13 digital media with the following: “This document contains informat ion, the release of which is prohibited by Title 13, U.S.C., and is for U.S. Census Bureau official use only. Wrongful 2 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page A -

122 disclosure or release of information can be punished by fine or imprisonment (Public Law 99 - 474).”  Do not mix, Store in a secured area. . site - Do not send backup digital media off store, or back - up LUCA data with other data. Clear dedicated digital media containing Title 13 materials before reuse.  Overwrite Title 13 digital data minimally three times using a commercial disk utility program .  Do not disclose precise or even anecdotal information about Census Bureau addresses or locations to anyone who has not signed the Confidentiality . Agreement Password Guidelines - The IT systems must use logon routines that require a user ID and password th at conform to the following guidelines: - ID and password required for the LUCA liaison, the LUCA Unique user  reviewers, and anyone who has signed the Confidentiality Agreement .  Must consist of at least twelve, nonblank characters consisting of at least one acter (for example: $,*, alphabet letter and either one number or one special char or &). Reject passwords that are the same as the user - ID or that have been used within  the last six months .  Disable passwords after three failed attempts .  Mask passwords .  Re . quire password changes every 90 days or immediately, if compromised Require user to change an assigned password to a unique password the first  time the user accesses a new account. A4.2 Protecting Paper Title 13 Materials  Do not leave Title 13 materials unatte nded. Secure all Title 13 materials in a locked room. If possible, store Title 13 materials in locked desks or cabinets.  Copy only the Title 13 materials necessary to complete the LUCA review. Do not leave the copy machine unattended while making copies. A ll copied materials containing Title 13 information must bear the statement: “This document contains information, the release of which is prohibited by Title 13, U.S.C., and is for U.S. Census Bureau official use only. Wrongful disclosure or release of in formation can be 474).” - punished by fine or imprisonment (Public Law 99 Do not disclose precise or even anecdotal information about Census Bureau addresses . Confidentiality Agreement or locations to anyone who has not signed the 3 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page

123 Reporting an Incident A4.3 If you discover that any Title 13 materials have been viewed by unauthorized persons or are missing from your inventory, you must:  Contact the Census Bureau through the Census Incident Response Team (CIRT) at (301) 763 - 3333 within 24 hours . You must provide the following information: Jurisdiction Name.   Date and time of the incident.  Name of the contact person.  Phone number of contact person.  Site address of incident.  Immediately secure all remaining materials. Prohibit any further access, by anyone, includin g the LUCA liaison and anyone who signed the Confidentiality Agreement . Census Bureau staff will contact your office within 48 hours with information on how to proceed. site Visits - On A4.4 ty site visit to review a participant’s se - The Census Bureau may make an on curi The Census Bureau will strive not to disrupt office operations. A visit procedures. may include a review of:  Storage and handling of Title 13 materials .  Employee access to Title 13 materials .  Physical safeguard of stored Title 13 materials . ems, including use of passwords .  IT Syst Employee awareness of their responsibilities to Title 13 materials.  A4.5 Destruction of Census Bureau Confidential Materials After the entire LUCA operation has concluded, all Title 13 materials must be destroyed (preferred meth od) or returned according to the Census Bureau’s The LUCA liaison is required to verify the destruction or specific guidelines. return of any Title 13 materials, both paper and digital, including all paper copies, backup files, etc., by signing and returni ng the Destruction or Return of Title 13, U.S.C. Materials form . In addition, anyone who signed the Confidentiality is required to sign this form once their participation in LUCA has Agreement C onfidentiality ended. Should any liaison, reviewer, or anyone who signed the leave before the completion of LUCA, they must sign and date this Agreement Confidentiality form. If any liaison, reviewer, or anyone who signed the is unable to sign and date the form, the current liaison must sign and Agreement ir behalf. date on the Only individuals who signed the Confidentiality Agreement are permitted to destroy Title 13 materials: 4 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

124  Never deposit Title 13 materials in a trash or recycle container, or dispose of information in a landfill before destruction procedures are co mpleted .  Destruction must prevent recognition or reconstruction of paper or digital Title 13 materials. Use one of the following methods: o Shredding or pulping. o Chemical decomposition. o Pulverizing (such as, hammer mills, choppers, etc.). o Burning (facility a pproved by the Environmental Protection Agency). o Clear dedicated digital media containing Title 13 materials before reuse. Overwrite Title 13 digital data minimally three times using a commercial disk utility program. o Clearing or sanitizing all print serve rs and multi - function printing or scanning devices with stored images or print files containing Title 13 data. o Destroying CDs and DVDs using a shredder or other method suitable for - usable. rendering them un Hand tearing is an unacceptable method of Note: Title 13 material disposal before destruction. See the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Special Publication 800 - 88, Revision 1, Guidelines for Media San itization for further information on acceptable methods for digital media and office equipment sanitization. < http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/SpecialPublications/NIS T.SP.800 - 88r1.pdf > A4.6 Returning Census Bureau Title 13 Materials After the entire LUCA operation has concluded, all Title 13 materials must be destroyed (preferred method) or returned according to the Census Bureau’s specific guidelines. If you decide to re turn the Title 13 materials rather than destroying them, follow these guidelines: wrapping them by using an inner and an outer Ship the Title 13 materials, double  - envelope (or container), one within the other. These should be durable enough to eone from viewing or tampering with the enclosed material. prevent som  Label both sides of the inner envelope (or container) with the notice: “DISCLOSURE PROHIBITED BY Title 13, U.S.C.” Place the inner envelope (or container) into the outer envelope.   Use the mailing label that was included in the initial mail - out of materials . If you have misplaced the mailing label, please contact the Census Bureau to have a replacement label sent to you. D - 2012 - Destruction or Return of  Include with the returned materials, a signed . Ensure that all reviewers and anyone with Title 13, U.S.C. Materials Form access to the Title 13 LUCA materials signs this form. 5 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page

125 If you do not use the mailing label, ship using a service that provides tracking  kable delivery, FedEx, United Parcel information, such as U.S. Postal Service trac Service (UPS), or similar service. Mailing Envelopes . 83 Figure Page — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital 6

126 PAPER MAP LEGEND LARGE FORMAT THE APPENDIX B. The map legend describes the various symbols and is divided colors used on the paper maps. The legend into three columns: 1) The Symbol Description field includes the type of features, boundaries, and geography shown on the map. The Symbol field shows the symbols representing the 2) feature in the symbol description. 3) The Name Style field shows an exa mple of the name of a particular feature such as a road, waterway, or geographic area displayed on the map. Boundaries The first group of symbols in the legend refers to different boundary types or geographic area shown on s a distinct color or the map. Each type of boundary ha symbol. Transportation The second group of symbols represents various types of transportation features. Thicker lines identify major roadways such as interstates and U.S. highways while streets. thinner lines represent secondary roads and city Also identified are cul de - sacs and circles. Jeep trails, - walkways, stairways, and ferries, represented by distinctive dashed lines, are included in this section. Other Features The third group of symbols represents other feature types such as pi pelines and streams and nonvisible boundaries. Streams and shorelines are blue and geographic offset and corridors are speckled red. Landmarks The last group of symbols represents various landmarks on the map such as rivers and lakes, glaciers, airports, emeteries, golf courses, jails, military installations, c parks, and mountain peaks. The area outside of the subject area is speckled gray. Footnotes and Notes The footnote and notes section of the legend provide hic additional information and details on geograp relationships, boundaries, and symbols. : Legend 84 Figure 1 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page B -

127 MAP LEGEND SMALL FORMAT BLOCK PDF THE APPENDIX C. The PDF Block Map Legend contains much of the same information as the paper map legend. 1) The Symbol Description field includ es the type of features, boundaries, and geography shown on the map. 2) The Symbol field shows the symbols representing the feature in the symbol description. The Name Style field shows an 3) example of the name of a particular feature such as a road, waterway, or geographic area displayed on the map. : Small Format Block Map Legend 85 Figure 1 — 2020 Census LUC Digital A Respondent Guide Page C -

128 APPENDIX D. PHYSICAL LOCATION DE SCRIPTION AND STREET TYPE ABBREVIATION EX AMPLES Table 9 : Physical Location and Street Type Abbreviations ABBREVIATIONS FULL NAME Alternate Route ALT Avenue AVE Blue BL Boulevard BLVD Brown BRN Boarded Up BU Circle CIR CO Hwy County Highway CO Rd County Road CT Court Drive DR East E 4WD Wheel Drive Trail - Four Freeway FWY GR Green General Delivery GEN DEL Hospital HOSP HCR Highway Contract Route HSE House I Interstate INT Intersection Lane LN North N Parkway PKWY PO BOX Post Office Box Road RD Route RTE RR Rural Route South S ST RT Star Route ST HWY State Highway State Road ST RD ST RTE State Route Street ST THFR Thoroughfare TWP HY Township High way TWP RD Township Road West W WHT White Yellow YLW With W/ s see descriptions and street type abbreviation location For additional physical https://pe.usps.com/text/pub28/28apc_002.htm . A Respondent Guide - 1 Page Digital 2020 Census LUC — D

129 REVIATION EXAMPLES UNIT DESIGNATION ABB APPENDIX E. 10 : Unit Designation Abbreviations Table NAME ABBREVIATION Apartment APT Base ment BSMT Bottom BOTM BLDG Building Downstairs DOWN FLR Floor FRNT Front Interior INTE Level LVL LOWR Lower Middle MIDL Mobile Home MH # Number PH Penthouse Room RM Right RGHT Space SP Studio STUD Suite STE Suites STES Trailer TRLR Uppe UPPR r Upstairs UPS For additional unit designation abbreviations see . https://pe.usps.com/text/pub28/28apc_003.htm A Respondent Guide - 1 Page Digital 2020 Census LUC — E

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138 APPENDIX J. MAF/TIGER FEATURE CL ASSIFICATION Feature Classification : MAF/TIGER Table 11 Feature Name MTFCC Interstate Highway or Primary Road with limited access S1100 S1200 Primary Road without limited access, US Highway, State Highway, or County Highway, Secondary and connecting roads S1400 Local Neighborhood Road, Rural Road, City Street S1500 Vehicular Trail (4WD) S1630 Ramp S1640 Service Drive usually along a limited access highway Walkway/Pedestrian Trail S1710 S1720 Stairway S1730 Alley S1740 s, etc.) Private Road for service vehicles (logging, oil fields, ranche Private Driveway S1750 H3010 Stream/River H3013 Braided Stream H3020 Canal, Ditch or Aqueduct R1011 Railroad Feature (Main, Spur, or Yard) Carline, Streetcar Track, Monorail, Other Mass Transit Rail R1051 R1052 ine, Tram Cog Rail Line, Incline Rail L P0001 Nonvisible Legal/Statistical Boundary L4010 Pipeline L4020 Power Transmission Line L4110 Fence Line L4121 Ridge Line L4031 Aerial Tramway/Ski Lift K2451 Airport or Airfield Property/Parcel Line L4140 Ferry Crossing L4165 1 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page J -

139 APPENDIX K. SHAPEFI LE NAMES State Shapefiles Names PVS_17_v2__.shp , where is the number corresponding to the state, for example, “24” and is the abbreviation for the shapefile layer, describe in detail below. Table 12 : State Shapefiles Names Shapefile Layer Legal aial American Indian Areas (AIA) – 2010 American Indian Areas (AIA) – Legal aial2010 aias American Indian Areas (AIA) – Statistical aitsl American Indian Tribal Subdivisions (AITS) - Legal aitss Ame rican Indian Tribal Subdivisions (AITS) - Statistical Block Area Group bag Metropolitan Statistical Area/Metropolitan Statistical Area cbsa Congressional Districts cd cdp Census Designated Place Counties and Equivalent Areas county county2010 s and Equivalent Areas 2010 Countie Elementary School Districts elsd - Legal mcd County Subdivisions New England City and Town Areas necta Incorporated Places place 2010 Public Use Microdata Areas puma2010 Secondary School Districts scsd State Legisl ative Districts Lower sldl State Legislative District Upper Chambers sldu State state Tribal Block Groups tbg Tribal Census Tracts tct tracts2010 2010 Census Tracts uac Urban Area unsd Based - Unified School District State 1 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page K -

140 s County Shapefile Name PVS_17_v2__.shp, where is the number corresponding to the state and county, for example, “24001” and is the abbreviation for the shapefile layer, describe in detail below. Table 13 : County Sha pefiles Names Shapefile Layer American Indian Areas (AIA) Legal aial – aias Statistical American Indian Areas (AIA) – - Legal aitsl American Indian Tribal Subdivisions (AITS) American Indian Tribal Subdivisions (AITS) - Statistical aitss Alaska Native Regional Corporations (ANRC) anrc Area Landmark arealm Block Area Groups bag bg Block Groups Metropolitan Statistical Area/Metropolitan Statistical Area cbsa Census County Division ccd cd Congressional Districts Census Designated Pl cdp ace concity Consolidated Cities county Counties and Equivalent Areas - Census Tracts Current curtracts All Lines edges Elementary School Districts elsd Hawaiian Home Lands (HHL) hhl - mcd Legal County Subdivisions New England City and Town Area s necta Offsets offset place Incorporated Places Point Landmarks pointlm 2010 Public Use Microdata Areas puma2010 scsd Secondary School Districts State Legislative Districts Lower sldl sldu State Legislative Districts Upper Subbarrios submcd 2 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page K -

141 Shapefile Layer Cen - Current tabblock sus Blocks tabblock2010 2010 Census Blocks tad2010 2010 Traffic Analysis Delineation 2010 Traffic Analysis Zones taz2010 Tribal Block Groups tbg Tribal Census Tracts tct 2010 Census Tracts tracts2010 uac Census Urban Areas n Growth Area uga Urba Area water - Hydrography Unified School Districts unsd Relationship Tables Address Ranges addr Topological Faces (2 cells with all geocodes) - faces Topological Faces - Area Landmark Relationship areafaces Hydrography Relationship Topological Faces - Area hydrofaces - Linear Feature Names allnames Fielded 3 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page K -

142 APPENDIX L. SHAPEFILE LAYOUTS Table : Edges Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_edges) 14 LENGTH TYPE DESCRIPTION ATTRIBUTE FIELD STATEFP 2 String FIPS state code COUNTYFP 3 Stri ng FIPS county code TLID 10 Double Permanent edge ID Permanent face ID (left) Double TFIDL 10 TFIDR Double Permanent face ID (right) 10 MTFCC 5 String MAF/TIGER Feature Class Code Indication to a respondent when their entity boundary 1 String FIDELITY has changed through spatial enhancement Decoded feature name with abbreviated qualifier, FULLNAME 40 String direction, and feature type SMID 22 String Spatial Theta ID SMIDTYPE code SMIDTYPE 1 String Redistricting data project partici pant’s submitted request 1 BBSPFLG String of an EDGE for selection as a block boundary Indicates the status of an EDGE for a selection as a 1 String CBBFLG block boundary 1 String New BBSP flag BBSP_2020 CHNG_TYPE 4 String Type of linear feature update JUSTIFY 150 Stri ng Justification of change LTOADD 10 String Left To address Right To address String 10 RTOADD LFROMADD 10 String Left From address RFROMADD 10 String Right From address ZIPL 5 String Left zip code ZIPR 5 String Right zip code EXTTYP 1 Char Extension type Date 10 Date of last update to the edge MTUPDATE 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page L - 1

143 Table : Address Ranges Attribute File (PVS_17_v2_ addr ) 15 ATTRIBUTE LENGTH TYPE DESCRIPTION FIELD 8 OID Object ID STRING TLID 22 INTEGER TIGER Line ID STATEFP 2 STRING FIPS State Code COUNTYFP STRING FIPS County Code 3 FROMHN 12 STRING From House Number TOHN 12 STRING To House Number SIDE 1 STRING Side Indicator Flag digit ZIP Code - 5 STRING 5 ZIP PLUS4 STRING ZIP+4 Code 4 LFROMADD 10 STRING Left From Address LTOADD 10 STRING Left To Address RFROMADD 10 STRING Right From Address RTOADD 10 STRING Right To Address ZIPL STRING 5 Left 5 - digit ZIP Code ZIPR 5 STRING Right 5 - digit ZIP Code ZIP4L 4 STRING Left ZIP+4 Code Right ZIP+4 Code STRING ZIP4R 4 — Digital Page L - 2 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

144 Table : Census Block Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_tabblock2010) 16 TYPE DESCRIPTION ATTRIBUTE FIELD LENGTH 1 STRING BLKSZIND Block Size Indicator BLOCK 4 STRING Block Number BLOCKCE 4 STRING Tabulation Block Number BLOCKID 15 STRING FIPS State Code, FIPS County Code, Census Tract Code, Block Number COUNTYFP 3 STRING Census County FIPS code COUNTYFP10 3 STRING FIPS County Code t Face ID Permanen INTEGER 10 FID NCELIGBLE 1 STRING New Construction Program eligible PARTFLG 1 STRING Part Flag Indicator SHAPE 7 STRING Type of shape STATEFP 2 STRING Census state FIPS code 2 STRING FIPS State Code STATEFP10 SUFFIX1CE 2 STRING Census Block Suff ix 1 SUFFIX2CE 2 STRING Census Block Suffix 2 Census tract code STRING 6 TRACTCE10 — Digital Page L - 3 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

145 17 : Census Tract Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_ curtracts ) Table ATTRIBUTE FIELD LENGTH TYPE DESCRIPTION CHNG_TYPE 2 STRING Type of area update COUNTYFP 3 STRING FIPS County Code 8 STRING Effective Date or Vintage EFF_DATE FID 10 INTEGER Permanent Face ID JUSTIFY 150 CHAR Justification STRING 100 NAME Name NEW_CODE STRING New Congressional District Code 2 STRING Relationship Description RELATE 120 7 STRING Type of shape SHAPE 2 STRING STATEFP FIPS State Code TRACTCE 6 STRING Census Tract Code TRACTID 11 STRING FIPS State Code, FIPS County Code, Census Tract Code 7 STRING Tract number u sed for LUCA geocoding TRACTLABEL Tract Characteristic Flag TRACTTYP 1 STRING Vintage updated with returned data STRING 2 VINTAGE 4 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page L -

146 Table : American Indian Areas Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_ aial) 18 ATTRIBUTE FIELD LENGTH TYPE DESCRIPTION 4 String AIANNHCE Census AIANNH Code 1 AIANNHFSR String Flag Indicating Level of Recognition of an AIA 8 AIANNHNS String ANSI numeric identifier for AIA areas 10 AREA Acreage of Area Update Double – 1 Authorization Type (O Ordinance, R – Resolution, AUTHTYPE String Other) L – Local Law, S – State Level Action, X – 2 String Type of Area Update CHNG_TYPE 2 String FIPS 55 Class Code Describing an Entity CLASSFP Indicates if Reservation, Trust Land, or both are 1 COMPTYP String Pre sent 3 COUNTYFP FIPS County Code String 120 DOCU String Supporting Documentation 8 EFF_DATE Date Effective Date INTEGER 10 PERMANENT FACE ID FID 4 String FORM_ID (MTPS and Web BAS Only) 1 FUNCSTAT String Functional Status 150 JUSTIFY Justification Char 2 Legal / Statistical Area Description String LSAD 100 NAME String AIA name 100 String Name with Translated LSAD NAMELSAD 1 String Part Flag Indicator PARTFLG 120 Relationship description RELATE String 7 STRING TYPE OF SHAPE Shape 2 STATEFP FIPS State Code String 2 String Vintage of the Data VINTAGE 5 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page L -

147 Table : County and Equivalent Areas Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_county) 19 ATTRIBUTE FIELD TYPE DESCRIPTION LENGTH STATEFP 2 String FIPS s tate code COUNTYFP 3 String FIPS county code ANSI feature code for the county or equivalent COUNTYNS 8 String feature 100 NAMELSAD Name with translated LSAD code String String 2 Legal/Statistical Area Description code LSAD FUNCSTAT 1 String Functional status CLASSFP 2 String FIPS 55 class code describing an entity Type of area update String 2 CHNG_TYPE EFF_DATE 8 Date Effective date or vintage Resolution, – Ordinance, R – Authorization type (O 1 AUTHTYPE String L – Local Law, S – State Level Action , X – Other) Supporting documentation DOCU 120 String FORM_ID String Record ID (GUPS only) 4 AREA 10 Double Area of update RELATE 120 String Relationship description JUSTIFY 150 String Justification of change 100 String Entity name NAME St 2 VINTAGE Vintage of the data ring 6 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page L -

148 Table : County Subdivisions Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_mcd) 20 ATTRIBUTE FIELD TYPE DESCRIPTION LENGTH STATEFP 2 String FIPS state code COUNTYFP 3 String FIPS county code 5 String FIPS 55 county subd ivision code COUSUBFP NAMELSAD 100 String Name with translated LSAD 8 String ANSI feature code for the county subdivision COUSUBNS String 2 Legal/Statistical Area Description LSAD FUNCSTAT 1 String Functional status CLASSFP 2 String FIPS 55 class code describi ng an entity CHNG_TYPE String Type of area update 2 8 Date Effective date or vintage EFF_DATE – – Resolution, L – Ordinance, R Authorization type (O 1 AUTHTYPE String Local Law, S State Level Action, X – Other) – DOCU 120 String Supporting documentatio n String 4 FORM_ID Record ID (GUPS only) 10 Double Area of update AREA RELATE 120 String Relationship description JUSTIFY 150 String Justification of change Entity name String NAME 100 Vintage of the data String 2 VINTAGE 7 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page L -

149 Table : Incorporated Place Shapefile (PVS_17_v2_place) 21 TYPE DESCRIPTION ATTRIBUTE FIELD LENGTH 2 String FIPS state code STATEFP COUNTYFP String FIPS county code 3 PLACEFP 5 String FIPS 55 place code NAMELSAD 100 String Name with translated LSAD PLACE 8 String ANSI feature code for the place NS LSAD 2 String Legal / Statistical Area Description FUNCSTAT 1 String Functional status 2 String FIPS 55 class code describing and entity CLASSFP PARTFLG nted Indicates if only part of a feature is represe String 1 CHNG_TYPE String Type of area update 2 8 Date Effective date or vintage EFF_DATE – Resolution, L – Ordinance, R Authorization type (O – String 1 AUTHTYPE Local Law, S – State Level Action, X – Other) 120 DOCU Supporting documentation String ID 4 String Record ID (GUPS only) FORM_ Area of update AREA 10 Double RELATE 120 String Relationship description 150 String Justification of change JUSTIFY String 100 Entity name NAME Vintage of the data VINTAGE String 2 8 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page L -

150 APPENDIX M. GLOSSARY — Address b identify the city style addresses on each side reaks Address breaks of a boundary or at an intersection of street with another street or another feature. C ount Address ist — I dentifies the number of housing unit addresses and L group quarters addresses on the Census Bureau ’s Address List for each census block within a jurisdiction. Address range — The lowest and highest address numbers used to identify structures along each side of a street segment that has city style addresses. Usually one side of the street has even address numbers and the other side has odd address numbers. Block to Map Sheet — A list identifying census block Relationship List numbers and the Census Bureau large format map(s) on which each block is located. ident with a visible feature Boundary A line, on a map, either invisible or coinc — that identifies the extent of a geographic entity, such as a census tract, city, county, or state. A boundary marks the limits of an area. A , extracted from the Address List The Census Bureau’s — ist L ddress Census Master Address File (MAF) for review and update during 2020 LUCA, contains all city style) known to the Census the residential addresses ( city style and non - Bureau for your government. It also contains census geographic codes (state, county, census tract, census block) that indicate the location of each address. Many addresses also contain latitude and longitude coordinates depicting the address location. c ensus block is an area bounded by visible and/or invisible Census block — A nsus block is the smallest features shown on Census Bureau maps. A ce created by the Census Bureau for which it collects and geographic area . tabulates decennial census data Census blocks are numbered within census tracts and are unique ly numbered within census tracts. are a 4 up to digit number plus - Census block number — Census b lock numbers alpha characte . Suffixes, or 2002AA two , if applicable, e.g. 3001A r suffix boundary ch anges as well as added features within the given block that split the original block. Department of Commerce. The An agency within the U.S. Census Bureau — U.S. Census Bureau is the country's preeminent statistical collection and dissemination agency. It publishes a wide variety of statistical data about people y 200 and the economy of the nation. The Census Bureau conducts approximatel annual surveys and conducts the decennial census of the United States population. 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page M - 1

151 Census Bureau map Any map produced by the Census Bureau. A Census — Bureau map displays geographic entities used in a Census Bureau sponsored census or survey for which the Census Bureau tabulates data. Census tract — A small, relatively permanent statistical subdivision of a county or statistically equivalent entity delineated for data presentation. Designed to be racteristics, relatively homogeneous units with respect to population cha economic status, and living conditions at the time of establishment, census tracts generally contain between 1,000 and 8,000 people, with an optimum size of 4,000 people. Delineated with the intention of being stable over many decades, census tract boundaries generally follow relatively permanent visible features. However, they may follow governmental unit boundaries and other invisible features in some instances; the boundary of a state or county (or statistically equivalent entity) is always a census tract boundary. Census tract number Unique numbers to identify census tracts within a — county or statistically equivalent entity. Census tract numbers are a 4 - digit number followed by a decimal point and a 2 - digit number for suffixed tracts, e.g., 1234.01. For census tracts without a suffix, the number will contain a period with zero fill, e.g., 4567.00. City style address — The Census Bureau’s definition of a city style address is an or road of a house number and street consisting example, name. For address is a city style address . The address may or may not be used for 201 Main Street the delivery of mail and may include apartment numbers/designations or similar identifiers. Confidentiality — The guarantee made by law (Title 13, United States Code) to individuals who provide information about themselves or their business to the Census Bureau. This item refers to the Census Bureau’s promise of nondisclosure of that information to others. — ental units The primary legal division of most states. Most are governm County with powers defined by state law. Edges shapefile All linear features in the MAF/TIGER database are contained — in the edges shapefile. Provides coverage for Enumeration at Transitory Locations (ETL) operation — locations where people live in non traditional housing that is transient or movable - in nature. Most census questionnaires are mailed, or hand - delivered by census personnel, to known addresses in the Census Master Address File (MAF). However, due to changes in society, some people no longer maintain a traditional residence ), and have decided to live in (house, apartment, condo, etc. boats, motorized recreational vehicles (RVs), trailers that are pulled by car or trucks, or any other type of housing that is movable or mobile, including tents. For operational purposes we refer to these as ‘portable housing units.’ , 2 — Digital Page M - 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide

152 The type of Transitory Locations (TLs) that are included in the ETL are: . 1. Recreational (RV) parks . 2. Marinas . 3. Campgrounds — h as, a stream or Any part of the landscape, whether natural (suc Feature In a geographic context, ridge) or man - made (such as a road or power line). features are any part of the landscape portrayed on a map, including nonvisible boundaries of legal entities, such as city limits or county lines. — Federal Inform ation Processing Series (FIPS) These are codes formerly known as Federal Information Processing Standards codes, until the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced its decision in 2005 to ight. remove geographic entity codes from its overs The Census Bureau continues to maintain and issue codes for geographic entities covered under FIPS oversight, albeit with a revised meaning for the FIPS acronym. Geographic entities covered under FIPS include states, counties, congressional distric ts, core - minor civil divisions, based statistical areas, places, county subdivisions, sub consolidated cities, and all types of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian areas. FIPS codes are assigned alphabetically according to the name of the geographic entity and may change to maintain alphabetic sort when new FIPS codes for specific geographic entity entities are created or names change. types are usually unique within the next highest level of geographic entity with which a nesting relation ship exists. For example, FIPS state, congressional district, and core based statistical area codes are unique within nation; FIPS - county, place, county subdivision, and sub minor civil division codes are unique within state. The codes for American India n, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian areas also are unique within state; those areas in multiple states will have different codes for each state. Geocodes — Codes that place an individual address in its correct geographic state, county, census tract, includes the correct location, which , in census terms, codes. and census block Because the Census Bureau counts people where they live, geocodes provide information to Census enumerators for locating an address. Accurate geocoding also ensures the Census Bureau counts housing units, and the people associated with them, in the correct census geography. — A computer system for the storage, Geographic Information System (GIS) retrieval, and maintenance of information about the points, lines, and areas that represent the streets and roads, rivers, railroads, geographic entities, and other features on the surface of the Earth - information that previously was available only on paper maps. — A self - contained GIS Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS) sing package provided by the Census Bureau update and proces for participation - in a variety of Census geography programs, including 2020 LUCA. Pre packaged to include all of the components for 2020 LUCA, the GUPS contains the Census , address count list Address List Bureau’s , and TIGER partnership shapefiles. GUPS allows the participant to add external geospatial data (shapefiles, 3 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page M -

153 geodatabases, and imagery) for comparison and update purposes. Delivery of all data (software, address list, address count list and shapefiles) is on DVD . Governmental unit (GU) — A geographic entity established by legal action for the purpose of implementing specified governmental functions. Most governmental units provide a number of general government services and raise revenues (usually through ta xing authority). Group quarters place where people live or stay normally owned or A — (GQ) managed by an entity or organization providing housing and/or services for the residents. These services may include custodial or medical care as well as other types o f assistance, and residency is commonly restricted to those receiving these services. People that live in a group quarters are usually not related. Group quarters include such places as college residence halls, residential treatment centers, skilled nursin g facilities, group homes, military barracks, correctional facilities, workers’ dormitories, and facilities for people experiencing homelessness. — The person most responsible for the Highest elected official (HEO) governmental activities of a local governme nt. This person receives the LUCA Program invitation letter, and must designate a LUCA liaison, to participate in the 2020 LUCA Operation. A single — Housing unit (HU) family house, townhouse, mobile home, trailer, - apartment, group of rooms, or a single room occupied as a separate living quarters or, if vacant, intended for occupancy as a separate living quarters. A separate living quarters is one in which one or more occupants (or intended occupants, if vacant) live separate from any other individual(s) in t he building and have direct access to the living quarters without going through another living quarters, such as from outside the building or through a common hall. Any site where people live, stay, or could live. Living quarters — Living quarters fied as housing units or group quarters. They are usually found in are classi structures intended for residential use, but also may be found in structures intended for nonresidential use as well as tents, vans, shelters for people without housing, dormitories, barrac ks, and so forth, or they might not be associated with a structure at all. LUCA liaison A person appointed by the highest elected official (HEO) of each — jurisdiction to review the Census Bureau’s Address List and maps against local This person is also known as the program primary records to identify diff erences. liaison or designated liaison. MAF/TIGER Database — The Census Bureau’s nationwide geographic database, which integrates the Master Address File (MAF) and Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (TIGER) files. Master Address File (MAF) The Census Bureau’s nationwide database of all — and physical/location description used s known to the Census Bureau addresses to support many of the Census Bureau’s operations. Besides containing maili ng addresses and ZIP Codes, a MAF record also contains geographic information 4 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide — Digital Page M -

154 about the location of addresses. The Census Bureau’s Geography Division s the MAF/TIGER Database from various sources, including the regularly update United States Postal Service (USPS) Delivery Sequence File (DSF) and other sources of updates such as current surveys and locally provided sources. Describes the data content, coordinate system/projection, Metadata — author, source, and other characteristics of GIS files. Minor civil d A type of governmental unit that is the primary — ivision (MCD) governmental or administrative subdivision of a county in many states . MCDs are identified by a variety of terms, such as town (in 8 states), township, and/or district, and include both function ing and nonfunctioning governmental entities. city style address - An address that does not have a house number and/or — Non street name or may not include a complete house number and street name ral route and box number address and highway contract address. This includes ru route addresses, etc., which may include a box number, post office boxes and drawers, and general delivery. — Occupied housing unit A housing unit is classified as occupied if it is the usual place of re sidence of the individual or group of persons living in it at the only temporarily absent; f or example, time of enumeration or if the occupants are away on vacation. Occupied rooms or suites of rooms in hotels, motels, and housing units only when occupied by permanent similar places are classified as residents, that is, individuals for whom the facility is their usual place of residence. — A concentration of population either legally bound as an incorporated Place place or identified by the Census Bureau as a census designated place. — Regional Office One of six permanent Census Bureau offices distributed across the nation. Regional offices are responsible for the Census Bureau’s field operations. igital representations of geographic features, such a — D s roads and Shapefile boundaries used to create maps. A shapefile stores non - topological geometry and attribute information for the spatial features in a dataset. The Census Bureau provides county - based shapefiles in Environmental Systems Research hapefile format. Institute (Esri) s Street segment — The portion of a street or road between two features that intersect that street or road, such as other streets or roads, railroad tracks, streams, and governmental unit boundaries. The Census Bureau records the known address ranges for every street segment with city style addresses. Structure Point (map spot) — A dot on a Census Bureau map, used to - 4 A maximum of s show the location of one or more living quarters. digit assigned within a census block plus one alpha character to each is structure point. Structure points are stored in the TIGER database and are protected by Title 13 U.S.C. 5 — 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Digital Page M -

155 — Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (TIGER) T he Census Bureau’s digital map, including the geographic coordinates and n ames of streets, water features, other linear features, and boundaries for all jurisdictions and statistical areas that provide the geospatial framework for collecting and tabulating census data. TIGER also contains the structure ords in the Master Address File (MAF) and address coordinates of address rec ranges along street features used for geocoding MAF records to census geography. M Transitory locations (TL) — mobile housing, or portable housing ovable or les (RVs), tents, trailers that units, including boats, motorized recreational vehic . are pulled by cars or trucks, or any other type of portable housing A habitable structure containing living quarters that is not — Vacant housing unit ing occupied. New housing units not yet occupied are classified as vacant hous units if construction has reached a point where exterior windows and doors are installed and final usable floors and a roof are in place. Vacant units are open to the elements, or if there is positive evidence, such they are excluded if as a sign on th e house, that the housing unit is to be demolished or has been condemned. 6 — Digital 2020 Census LUCA Respondent Guide Page M -

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