This is a map of U.S. Census Block Groups within the City of Buffalo. Block Groups are statistical divisions of census tracts, are generally defined to contain between 600 and 3,000 people, and are used to present data and control block numbering. A block group consists of clusters of blocks within the same census tract that have the same first digit of their four-digit census block number. For example, blocks 3001, 3002, 3003, . . ., 3999 in census tract 1210.02 belong to BG 3 in that census tract.
Welcome to Open Data Buffalo's Neighborhood Profile Data Lens! This is your gateway to data, maps, and other resources describing Buffalo's 35 planning neighborhoods in context compiled by the Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency (BURA).
Data lensing is a unique, dynamic format that displays data in a way that is both contextual and visually interesting. The “cards” can interact with each other. Try clicking on a section of the map and the bar graph and line graph cards will become contextual, filtering the information based on the selected map area. Data Lens pages help users quickly gain insight contained within the City's data.