The HUBZone Maps

In order to qualify for the HUBZone program, your business must be located in an area designated as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zone. You may determine if an address or a particular area is designated as a HUBZone by using the HUBZone Maps.


Having trouble locating an address? Follow the tips in this Geocoding Toolkit. (Working with the new Google Maps? Use this version)

As of May 2016, the interactive HUBZone maps reflect the most recent updates to the HUBZone designations of non-metropolitan counties, census tracts, qualified base closure areas, and qualified Indian lands. 

  • 18,213 HUBZone Qualified Census Tracts ( pdf) ( xls) (shp) - up to date as of May 2016
  • 768 Qualified Non-metropolitan Counties  ( pdf) ( xls) (shp) - up to date as of July 2016
  • 108 Qualified Base Closure Areas  ( pdf) ( xls) (shp) - list reflects the NDAA 2016 provisions, updated October 2016
  • 593 Qualified Indian Lands ( pdf) ( xls) (shp) - up to date as of October 2016

If your firm's eligibility is affected by one or more locations in an off reservation trust land, please see the FAQ.

For more information, watch the HUBZone Mini-Primer on Understanding HUBZone designations and see the Designations FAQ.

Additional information about the basics of HUBZone requirements can be found on our page Understanding the HUBZone Program.