Description

The California Census County Division Map templates in PowerPoint format include 65 slides. Firstly, the California State Map is a blank US State map template. Secondly the California County Map with 58 counties. Thirdly the California counties map with 404 county subdivisions in 2020. Finally, the California State Census County Division Maps by 58 counties individually, as PowerPoint templates are labeling with Census County Division names. The layers are grouped into two categories, one by Census County Division shapes and the other by Census County Division names, which makes it easier to customize your slides.

The U.S. state of California State is divided into 58 counties and equivalents, then further divided into 404 county subdivisions, known as Census County Divisions (CCDs), which are including 404 Census County Divisions according to 2020 Census bureau. They are all census county divisions (CCDs), which are delineated for statistical purposes, have no legal function, and are not governmental units.

You can check our other US county subdivision maps as below.

The 65 slides are listed below.

  • US state map and California State Outline Map (1)
  • California State Map with 58 Counties (1)
  • California State Map with County Subdivisions (1)
  • Each County Town map with subdivisions (62=58+4)

For the counties of Los Angeles, San Francisco. Santa Barbara, and Ventura, you will have two slides for each county, with two versions of Census County Divisions.

California is located on the western coast of the United States, with a coastline on the Pacific Ocean. It is bordered by several states: Oregon to the north, Arizona to the southeast, and Nevada to the northeast and east. Additionally, California shares an international border with Baja California, a state in Mexico, to the south. The state’s boundaries have been established through historical agreements and commissions, resolving disagreements and confusion over time.

There are 58 counties and their corresponding county Subdivisions number in the parentheses as followed. Each of the Subdivisions is an editable map.

  1. Alameda (6)
  2. Alpine (1)
  3. Amador (4)
  4. Butte (8)
  5. Calaveras (3)
  6. Colusa (3)
  7. Contra Costa (6)
  8. Del Norte (3)
  9. El Dorado (4)
  10. Fresno (18)
  11. Glenn (2)
  12. Humboldt (7)
  13. Imperial (9)
  14. Inyo (4)
  15. Kern (12)
  16. Kings (6)
  17. Lake (9)
  18. Lassen (5)
  19. Los Angeles (20)
  20. Madera (6)
  21. Marin (6)
  22. Mariposa (3)
  23. Mendocino (9)
  24. Merced (9)
  25. Modoc (4)
  26. Mono (2)
  27. Monterey (13)
  28. Napa (5)
  29. Nevada (3)
  30. Orange (7)
  31. Placer (7)
  32. Plumas (6)
  33. Riverside (17)
  34. Sacramento (7)
  35. San Benito (3)
  36. San Bernardino (12)
  37. San Diego (13)
  38. San Francisco (8)
  39. San Joaquin (9)
  40. San Luis Obispo (5)
  41. San Mateo (3)
  42. Santa Barbara (7)
  43. Santa Clara (6)
  44. Santa Cruz (5)
  45. Shasta (5)
  46. Sierra (2)
  47. Siskiyou (12)
  48. Solano (5)
  49. Sonoma (7)
  50. Stanislaus (9)
  51. Sutter (6)
  52. Tehama (4)
  53. Trinity (4)
  54. Tulare (15)
  55. Tuolumne (4)
  56. Ventura (12)
  57. Yolo (7)
  58. Yuba (7)

In a word, you can change the texts, colors, sizes, and add your charts. Most important of all, our maps can help to reduce your efforts and create good-looking maps. So you can focus on your core competence and outsource the maps to our professionals. At the same time you can also refer to the detailed political administrative division of California State counties in Wikipedia.