The HUBZone Maps

The HUBZone program is pleased to announce the release of the new HUBZone Maps. The new maps contain the latest HUBZone designations and provide a number of enhancements to improve the usability of the maps.

In order to qualify for the HUBZone program, the business must be located in an area designated as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zone and at least 35% of its employees must reside in a HUBZone. You may determine if an address or a particular area is designated as a HUBZone by using the HUBZone Maps.



To understand how to use the new HUBZone Map, check out these mini-primers:

Having trouble using the map? Visit the Help page to troubleshoot your issue.

Have questions on how the new maps work? Join HUBZone office hours every Tuesday and Thursday from 2-3pm ET - details available here.

The spreadsheets below reflect the most current HUBZone designations.  Sign up for email alerts to notify you when there is a map update.

  • 19,467 HUBZone Qualified Census Tracts ( pdf) ( xls) - up to date as of January 2017
  • 767 Qualified Non-metropolitan Counties  ( pdf) ( xls) - up to date as of March 2017
  • 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.