Am I Rural? – Report

Report produced by the Rural Health Information Hub on 03/20/23.

Report Address:
Johnson City, TN *

Latitude: 36.32096
Longitude: -82.34176

Census Tract:
    47179060900 (2010)
    47179060902 (2020)

Washington County, TN

* Report is for a specific point in Johnson City, TN. Results may not be the same for all points in Johnson City, TN.

Common Rural Definitions
How Your Location is Defined
Census 2010, Percent Rural Information for Washington County
  • Percent of County Population that is Rural: 26.42
Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs), 2021
  • CBSA Type: Metropolitan
  • CBSA Name: Johnson City, TN Metro Area
  • CBSA ID: 27740
Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) defined rural areas It is not in a county or 2010 census tract that has been designated by FORHP as rural.
Frontier and Remote Area (FAR) 2010 Not located in a Frontier and/or Remote area.
Rural Urban Commuting Areas (RUCAs)
by 2010 census tract
  • RUCA Code: 1.0
  • Primary Description: Metropolitan area core: primary flow within an Urbanized Area (UA)
Rural Urban Continuum Codes (RUCCs) RUCCs are assigned at the county level.

Information for Washington County

  • RUCC Code: 3
  • RUCC Description: Metro - Counties in metro areas of fewer than 250,000 population
Urban Influence Codes (UICs) 2013 Information for Washington County
  • Urban Influence Code: 2
  • UIC Description: Small-in a metro area with fewer than 1 million residents
Urban Areas, 2020 Located within an Urban Area.
  • Urban Area Name: Johnson City, TN Urban Area
  • UA Number: 43210
Program Eligibility
The information provided by this service addresses only the rural aspect of a program's requirements. Your Am I Rural? report is not a guarantee of your rural status. Please check with the program contacts directly to verify your eligibility for specific federal programs.
Program Rural?
FORHP - Grant Programs NO This location is not eligible for Federal Office of Rural Health Policy grant programs.

It is not in a county or census tract that has been designated by FORHP as rural. (For FY23 grant cycle)
CMS - Rural Health Clinics (RHC) Program RHC geographic eligibility is defined to be an area that is not an urbanized area as designated by the Census Bureau. As the Census Bureau is no longer designating urbanized areas, we are unable to provide information on RHC eligibility at this time.
Shortage Designations

For data sources and definitions, see the Rural Classifications help section.