Note: These enterprise zone street ranges are provided as a general guide and do not have the power of law. The final determination of eligibility rests with the Department of Housing and Community Development. Each enterprise zone is responsible for updating its’ street ranges and forwarding the revised and updated ranges to the department as needed. This is the source of the information presented here. Street ranges can and do change for a variety of reasons including; department-approved enterprise zone boundary modifications, department-approved expansions, new development, etc. Occasionally, errors do occur and are corrected when discovered. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view some of these maps.
As a general rule, addresses which fall within the census tracts specified are considered within the Targeted Employment Area (TEA) even though they may not be specifically listed, as long as they are within the boundaries of the participating jurisdictions. To verify TEA addresses using census tract numbers, check the address on the Census Bureau’s website to determine the tract number.
UPDATE: All TEAs expired on 12/31/13; however, legislation was passed which permits the issuance of vouchers based on TEA eligibility until 12/31/14. TEA's based upon 2000 census data expired as of 7/8/13 and can only be used to qualify hires prior to that date. Those zones** which did not release a new TEA based upon current census data may not use TEA criterion to qualify employees hired after that date.