LOGRECNO Mapping and Activity Beneficiary Form
 

In order to prepare applications, applicants must utilize HUD-provided Low and Moderate Income Data. HUD has provided this data by split block groups according to Logical Record Number (LOGRECNO) areas developed by the U.S. Census Bureau.

The Office of Community Development has prepared Excel spread sheets with the essential HUD Low-to-Moderate Income data and other Census data for each individual parish.

The Office of Community Development has also developed a GIS mapping system to assist applicants in locating eligible target areas with the LOGRECNOs.


Grantee Boundaries GIS

  • To learn how to use the GIS system to find locations using LOGRECNOs, click on link below:
    GIS Tutorial
  • To access the HUD Low-Moderate Data, click on link below:
    Low-Moderate Data by Parish
  • To access the GIS Map, click on link below:
    Grantee Boundaries GIS
  • To learn how to complete the Activity Beneficiary Form for single LOGRECNOs utilizing the Office of Community Development's developed data, click on link below:
    Activity Beneficiary Form Tutorial
  • To learn how to complete the revised Activity Beneficiary Form for single and multiple LOGRECNOs utilizing the Office of Community Development's developed data, click below:
    Activity Beneficiary Form Tutorial
  • To learn how to use the LOW-MODERATE Calculator for multiple LOGRECNO functions, click on link below:
    LOW-MODERATE Calculator Tutorial
  • For City-wide projects with several LOGRECNOs, it is easier to utilize the HUD City(Town, Village, CDP) Low-Moderate data and the household/person data directly from the Census tables. Below is the spreadsheet for City-wide activities for projects that will benefit the entire incorporated jurisdiction. The HUD Low-Moderate data is found on SHEET 1; the Activity Beneficiary Form is found on SHEET 2 and the instructions are found on SHEET 3.
    City Wide Activity Beneficiary Form

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