Opportunity Zones and New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) Interactive Map

NMTC Program

Your project may be eligible for the Program based on its location in a qualified census tract.  This mapping tool helps access eligibility using census-based criteria from the 2011-2015 and 2006-2010 American Community Surveys.  Either census database may be used to evaluate eligibility through a transition period ending October 31, 2018*.

Designated Opportunity Zones

To identify the designated Opportunity Zones for potential investment or Opportunity Zone related projects, enter an address.  If an address falls within an Opportunity Zone, that designation will appear.

Enter an address or US census tract number for your project to see if it is “Qualified” for the NMTC Program and if it meets “Severely Distressed” criteria. Any correlating Opportunity Zone designation also will appear if it meets that program’s criteria.

Qualification Criteria

Even if your “Qualified” project does not meet "Severely Distressed" criteria, it may still meet “Severely Distressed” eligibility.

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The NMTC / OZ Interactive Map and its results are provided to you by CohnReznick for informational purposes only and you use it at your own risk. The data used for both the NMTC and Opportunity Zones portions of the Interactive Map was provided by the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund. The validity of this data cannot be assured and should be verified with the CDFI Fund. Please use the “Contact us” button to contact our professionals for any questions regarding the results obtained when using the map.

*QLICIs closed on or after November 1, 2018 must use 2011-2015 ACS Low-Income Community eligibility data applied to the 2010 census tracts for determining Low-Income Community eligibility.

Census tract meets at least one of the following two criteria based on 2006- 2010 American Community Survey data

  • Poverty rate of 20% or greater
  • Median family income of 80% or less of that area’s median family income

Census tract meets at least one of the following two criteria based on 2011- 2015 American Community Survey data

  • Poverty rate of 20% or greater
  • Median family income of 80% or less of that area’s median family income

The NMTC / OZ Interactive Map and its results are provided to you by CohnReznick for informational purposes only and you use it at your own risk. The data used for both the NMTC and Opportunity Zones portions of the Interactive Map was provided by the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund. The validity of this data cannot be assured and should be verified with the CDFI Fund. Please use the “Contact us” button to contact our professionals for any questions regarding the results obtained when using the map.

Census tract meets at least one of the following four criteria based on 2006- 2010 American Community Survey data

  • Poverty rate of 30% or greater
  • Median family income of 60% or less of that area’s median family income
  • Unemployment rate of at least 1.5 times the national average of 7.9% for 2006-2010 American Community Survey
  • Non-metro area that meets “Qualified” criteria

Census tract meets at least one of the following four criteria based on 2011- 2015 American Community Survey data

  • Poverty rate of 30% or greater
  • Median family income of 60% or less of that area’s median family income
  • Unemployment rate of at least 1.5 times the national average of 8.3% for 2011-2015 American Community Survey
  • Non-metro area that meets “Qualified” criteria

The NMTC / OZ Interactive Map and its results are provided to you by CohnReznick for informational purposes only and you use it at your own risk. The data used for both the NMTC and Opportunity Zones portions of the Interactive Map was provided by the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund. The validity of this data cannot be assured and should be verified with the CDFI Fund. Please use the “Contact us” button to contact our professionals for any questions regarding the results obtained when using the map.