Data from the 2020 Decennial Census cleaned and clipped to municipal boundaries within Stark County, Ohio. The U.S. Census Bureau provides numerous products relating to each decennial census. This data can be overwhelming to use, as it requires navigating various boundaries and dozens of tables that would otherwise need to be joined to those geometries. To make accessing 2020 data easier for our users, the Stark County Regional Planning Commission (SCRPC) put together these two layers. The blocks layer includes all census blocks within Stark County, as well as those in municipalities that extend into other counties. Each of the available tables were joined to those geometries to include demographic data. SCRPC cleaned the field names to make them more easily accessible and comprehensible to users. In addition to blocks, SCRPC consolidated block data for each city, village, and township within Stark County, including the cities and villages that extend beyond the county border. That layer provides demographic totals of the blocks within each of those communities.
Public information data furnished by Stark County must be accepted and used by the recipient with the understanding that Stark County makes no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this data. This product may not be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes and its boundaries are for reference only. Furthermore, Stark County assumes no liability, whatsoever, associated with the use or misuse of such data.All data came from the U.S. Census Bureau. No attributes were changed or manipulated, other than the summation of blocks within each community to create the CVT layer. This was done for the convenience of our users.