MAG's planning area encompasses 10,654 square miles. In this section you'll find maps of the geographic boundaries available for the region, such as Municipal Planning Areas, Census Tracts, and Corporate Limits.
MAG has been collecting and tracking residential housing unit completions since 1990. Data are available by jurisdiction and housing type.
The U.S. Census Bureau is the authoritative source for basic population data. In this section we've compiled the most requested Census data for the region. The data comes from the Decennial Census Program and the American Community Survey.
This section contains standardized maps based on MAG jurisdictions and job centers. The data used for these maps comes from an annual survey conducted as part of the Maricopa County Trip Reduction Program (TRP).
Population projections use current and historical data to look into the future at projected population numbers. MAG produces population and employment projections.
In between the decennial census years there is still a need for updated population numbers. Annual population estimates are produced for MAG member agencies based on July 1 of each year.
Existing land use and future land use maps and documents.
MAG has been collecting and tracking employment data for the region, analyzing trends and noting regional job centers.
Understanding the growth in the MAG region requires a look at certain indicators for trends and analysis. Here we have gathered key economic indicators for the region such as employment, consumer price index, and personal income.