|— Comune —|
|Comune di Cavarzere|
|Frazioni||Boscochiaro, Grignella, Rottanova, San Pietro, Valcerere, Villaggio Busonera|
|• Mayor||Henri Tommasi (PD)|
|• Total||140.4 km2 (54.2 sq mi)|
|Elevation||4 m (13 ft)|
|Population (28 February 2011)|
|• Density||110/km2 ( 280/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Patron saint||St. Mauro of Parenzo|
|Saint day||November 22 and March 19|
Cavarzere is placed on the plain. The main river which flows through it is Adige. There are also many canals passing through this town. The municipality of Cavarzere covered an area of 140,4 square kilometres (54,2 sq mi), the tenth of the Veneto. The town is not affected by urban sprawl, contrary to other parts of the Veneto, such as the “Roman Graticolato” near Padua. In fact between the centre and the exurban outskirts is the countryside.
Cavarzere dates from the pre-Roman age as a military outpost of the near town of Hatria, the future Adria. The etymology of Cavarzere is due to the Roman colonization. The town born as “Caput Aggeris” because once was the only village in the area having got an embankment system. When the Roman Empire collapsed, it was a destination of the populations who sought refuge from the barbarians. Since these years, Cavarzere will follow the fate of its owned: the Venetian Republic. For this viable location (along the River Adige and not far from the Venetian Lagoon) and because was the last town before the Papal States, Cavarzere was destroyed by many artificial floods and invasions: the Lombards, the Genovesi, the French and also from the Duchy of Ferrara. When Napoleon deleted the Republic of Venice, the town was annexed by Austrian Empire with the Treaty of Campo Formio in 1797. After a brief rule of Kingdom of Italy (a protectorate of French Empire), with the Congress of Vienna in 1815 Cavarzere was annexed by the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia. Since 1866 it was a municipality of Italy.
The main economic sector of Cavarzere is the rural one. In the first part of 20th century, become a city, it began a phase of industrialization. The process was stopped by the flood of River Po in 1951. Since that year, the demography recorded a continuous fall of the population which neither the immigration of these years can counteract. The modern industrial area is based especially on manufacturing and light industry. Most people, however, commute to the others neighbouring cities.
About public transports, Cavarzere has a good bus service providing regular transport to all parts of the area and neighbouring towns. To improve this service, was built a new large bus station. There is also a railway line which connects Adria to Venice having two stops in Cavarzere. It has a medium school system based on primary and secondary schools and also on professional training institutes. About health, Cavarzere has a little hospital belonging to ULSS 14 of Chioggia, a medical outpost named “cittadella socio-sanitaria” because its inhabitants are treated often in the hospital of Adria. Also there are some cultural and leisure activities: Cavarzere has got a cinema, two theatres, many bars and restaurants, parks, choirs, a music society, photography club, a little stadium, tennis courts, many sports clubs and other again.
Twin towns 
- Cassino, Italy, since 1998
- Cugnaux, France, since 2001
- Settimo Torinese, Italy, since 2000
- Valinhos, Brazil, since 2010
- All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat.