Capital projects, city life, city programs, cultural institutions, education, health facilities, landmarks, municipal boundaries, public safety, resident services, service centers, transportation, water quality and youth services.
The New York City Census FactFinder provides quick and easy access to population information from the 2000 U.S. Census. To begin, either enter an address, select a point of interest or subway station, or choose a community district. For addresses, points of interest and subway stations, also indicate your choice of profile by census tract, community district or by all tracts within a buffer distance of your location.
New York City's land area covers approximately 305 square miles (approximately 195,000 acres or 8.5 billion square feet). "Excluding streets and major bodies of water, approximately 154,000 acres (about 6.7 billion square feet) of land, or lot area, is available for use.
City Planning's Transportation Planning Division undertakes projects to improve the movement of bicycists, pedestrians, and vehicles in and about New York City. The division also works on projects to update and maintain the five-year transportation improvement program in collaboration with other transportation agencies.
The Newest New Yorkers, 2000 uses Census information and other federal and local data to take a detailed look at the origins, spatial settlement, and other characteristics of the foreign-born population in New York City and in the larger metropolitan region.
The "Current" Population of New York City: Release of Population Estimates by the Census Bureau for July 1, 2009*
Population by Borough: 2000 to 2009 As of July 1, 2009, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of the City of New York was 8,391,881, an increase of 383,600 persons or 4.8 percent since April 2000.
Staten Island continues to outpace the four other boroughs of the city, with a growth rate of 10.8 percent, placing it among the fastest growing counti
Contains excerpts of books including Citywide and Local Area Planning and Zoning like Waterfront plans, Facts and Figures about New York City, NYC Consolidated Plan Documents, Rules and Regulations and Maps