Neighborhoods in Brown County

by Bryan Ellickson

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Describes a system of neighborhoods delineated in Brown County, Wisconsin, for use by the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment (HASE) staff in collecting and analyzing data from HASE field surveys and other sources. The Note describes each of the designated Brown County neighborhoods (80 in the urbanized area; 27 in the remainder of the county) and summarizes the population counts of each neighborhood in the urbanized area, based on the 1970 census. It includes a table converting neighborhoods to census blocks to facilitate the use of census data in characterizing neighborhoods and also provides maps of the designated neighborhoods in the Green Bay urban area and the rest of Brown County, as well as census tract maps of both areas.

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