Property Eligibility Disclaimer
Every effort is made to provide accurate and complete information regarding eligible and ineligible areas
on this website, based on Rural Development rural area requirements. Rural Development, however, does
not guarantee the accuracy, or completeness of any information, product, process, or determination
provided by this system. Final determination of property eligibility must be made by Rural Development
upon receipt of a complete application. Viewing eligibility maps on this website does not constitute a
final determination by Rural Development. To proceed with viewing the eligibility map, you must accept
The ineligible areas shown on these maps do not apply to Farm Labor Housing financed under Section
514 and Section 516 of the Multi-Family Housing program. Farm Labor Housing may be developed in any area
where a need for farm labor housing exists.
Rural areas are any areas other than:
(1) A city or town that has a population of greater than 50,000 inhabitants; and
(2) The urbanized area contiguous and adjacent to such a city or town, as defined by the U.S. Bureau of the Census using the latest decennial census of the United States.