Welcome to the Regional Data Catalog!

DRCOG maintains a large amount of spatial and tabular data that is crucial to regional planning and policy decisions. This data can be searched by keyword or browsed by subject. Spatial datasets can be previewed with OpenLayers (map viewer) and are available in a variety of formats, including KML, WMS, GeoRSS, and Shapefile.

To request additional information about DRCOG's data holdings, please send a message to geospatial@drcog.org.

When referencing DRCOG data, please use this format:
"Dataset Name" Regional Data Catalog. DRCOG, Publication Date. Web. Access Date. <URL>.

Example:
"Municipal Boundaries" Regional Data Catalog. DRCOG, 29 Apr. 2015. Web. 4 Dec. 2015. <http://gis.drcog.org/datacatalog/content/municipal-boundaries-2015>.

Title Description Last updated Data Formats
2012 ACS 5 Year Survey - Tract Level Data, Colorado (Table 1) 2012 ACS 5 Year Survey – Table 1 of Census Tract Level Data for Colorado. Also Download Metadata table for Attribute Definition: http://gis.drcog.org/datacatalog/content/2012-acs-5-year-survey-metadata The following census tables are available in this .csv file: B08013 - AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES) OF WORKERS BY SEX B08101 - MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK BY AGE B08201 - HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE B08202 - HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY NUMBER OF WORKERS IN HOUSEHOLD B17001 - POVERTY STATUS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS BY SEX BY AGE B19080 - HOUSEHOLD INCOME QUINTILE UPPER LIMITS B19081 - MEAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME OF QUINTILES B19082 - SHARES OF AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY QUINTILE B19101 - FAMILY INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2010 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS) The ACS data by Place can be linked using the GEOID10 field, to the GEOID10 field in the TRACTS_2010 Dataset: http://gis.drcog.org/datacatalog/content/tracts-census-2010 NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you import the table with, you will want to make sure that field gets imported as a string or text field. 02/05/2014 Excel
2012 ACS 5 Year Survey - Tract Level Data, Colorado (Table 2) 2012 ACS 5 Year Survey – Table 2 of Census Tract Level Data for Colorado. Also Download Metadata table for Attribute Definition: http://gis.drcog.org/datacatalog/content/2012-acs-5-year-survey-metadata The following census tables are available in this .csv file: B04001 - FIRST ANCESTRY REPORTED B07001 - GEOGRAPHICAL MOBILITY IN THE PAST YEAR BY AGE FOR CURRENT RESIDENCE IN THE UNITED STATES The ACS data by Place can be linked using the GEOID10 field, to the GEOID10 field in the TRACTS_2010 Dataset: http://gis.drcog.org/datacatalog/content/tracts-census-2010 NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you import the table with, you will want to make sure that field gets imported as a string or text field. 02/05/2014 Excel
2012 ACS 5 Year Survey Metadata Description of Attributes from every table available for download from DRCOG for the 2012 ACS 5 Year Survey. This includes the Block Group level table, the Place level table, and two Tract level tables. All data includes the entire state of Colorado. This spreadsheet indicates what downloadable .csv table each census table (indicated by “DRCOG Table”) is a part of. In the.csv files each field is indicated by the Table ID number and the Line number you see in the metadata spreadsheet. For example, if the Table Id is B01001 and the Line number is 1 in this metadata spreadsheet, then the field number will look like B01001_1 in the .csv file. NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you use to import the table, you will want to make sure that field gets imported as a string or text field. 02/05/2014 Excel
2015 ACS 5 Year Survey- Block Group Level Data, Colorado 2015 ACS 5 Year Survey – Census Block Group Level Data for Colorado. Zip file with tables includes a shapefile, attribute metadata, and the following census tables available as csv files: COUNTS, AGE AND SEX, RACE, HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN, MIGRATION, COMMUTING, CHILDREN_HOUSEHOLD_RELATIONSHIP, HOUSEHOLD FAMILY SUBFAMILIES, MARITAL STATUS AND HISTORY, SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, POVERTY, INCOME, EARNINGS, VETERAN STATUS, FOOD STAMPS, EMPLOYMENT STATUS, INDUSTRY OCCUPATION, HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS, HEALTH INSURANCE, IMPUTATION. The geographic data can be linked using the GEOID_Data field from the shapefile to the GEOID field from the Tables. NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you import the table with, be careful that the field gets imported as a string or text field. 05/16/2017 Excel
2015 ACS 5 Year Survey- County Level Data, Colorado 2015 ACS 5 Year Survey – Census County Subdivision Level Data for Colorado. Zip file with tables includes a shapefile, attribute metadata, and the following census tables available as csv files: COUNTS, AGE AND SEX, RACE, HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN, MIGRATION, COMMUTING, CHILDREN_HOUSEHOLD_RELATIONSHIP, HOUSEHOLD FAMILY SUBFAMILIES, MARITAL STATUS AND HISTORY, SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, POVERTY, INCOME, EARNINGS, VETERAN STATUS, FOOD STAMPS, EMPLOYMENT STATUS, INDUSTRY OCCUPATION, HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS, HEALTH INSURANCE, IMPUTATION. The geographic data can be linked using the GEOID_Data field from the shapefile to the GEOID field from the Tables. NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you import the table with, be careful that the field gets imported as a string or text field. 05/16/2017 Excel
2015 ACS 5 Year Survey- Place Level Data, Colorado 2015 ACS 5 Year Survey – Census Place Level Data for Colorado. Zip file with tables includes a shapefile, attribute metadata, and the following census tables available as csv files: COUNTS, AGE AND SEX, RACE, HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN, MIGRATION, COMMUTING, CHILDREN_HOUSEHOLD_RELATIONSHIP, HOUSEHOLD FAMILY SUBFAMILIES, MARITAL STATUS AND HISTORY, SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, POVERTY, INCOME, EARNINGS, VETERAN STATUS, FOOD STAMPS, EMPLOYMENT STATUS, INDUSTRY OCCUPATION, HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS, HEALTH INSURANCE, IMPUTATION. The geographic data can be linked using the GEOID_Data field from the shapefile to the GEOID field from the Tables. NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you import the table with, be careful that the field gets imported as a string or text field. 05/16/2017 Excel
2015 ACS 5 Year Survey- Tract Level Data, Colorado 2015 ACS 5 Year Survey Census Tract Level Data for Colorado. Zip file with tables includes a shapefile, attribute metadata, and the following census tables available as csv files: COUNTS, AGE AND SEX, RACE, HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN, MIGRATION, COMMUTING, CHILDREN_HOUSEHOLD_RELATIONSHIP, HOUSEHOLD FAMILY SUBFAMILIES, MARITAL STATUS AND HISTORY, SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, POVERTY, INCOME, EARNINGS, VETERAN STATUS, FOOD STAMPS, EMPLOYMENT STATUS, INDUSTRY OCCUPATION, HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS, HEALTH INSURANCE, IMPUTATION. The geographic data can be linked using the GEOID_Data field from the shapefile to the GEOID field from the Tables. NOTE: When importing the .csv files into a Database, the software may try to turn the geoid field into a number field, which will drop the first 0 from the census code and will make the table not linkable to the geographies. Whatever software you import the table with, be careful that the field gets imported as a string or text field. 05/16/2017 Excel
2035 Regional Bicycle Corridors System Vision Regional bike corridors as determined for the 2035 Metro Vision Regional Transportation Plan. Updated in 2009. Shapefile WMS KML
2040 Metro Vision Road Network 2040 Metro Vision roadway network, as derived from the DRCOG Linear Referencing Sysetm (LRS) 06/22/2015 Shapefile WMS KML GeoRSS
Aging Living Communities Living and retirement communities from the 2013-2014 Blue Book for North Metro Denver 02/28/2014 Shapefile WMS KML GeoRSS

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