Arrondissement of Saint-Omer

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Saint-Omer
Location of Saint-Omer in Hauts-de-France
Location of Saint-Omer in Hauts-de-France
CountryFrance
RegionHauts-de-France
DepartmentPas-de-Calais
Communes89
SubprefectureSaint-Omer
Area
¹
 • Total813.0 km2 (313.9 sq mi)
Population
 (2013)
 • Total164,800
 • Density200/km2 (530/sq mi)
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

The arrondissement of Saint-Omer is an arrondissement of France in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Hauts-de-France region. Since the January 2017 reorganization of the arrondissements of Pas-de-Calais, it has 89 communes.[1]

Composition[edit]

Cantons[edit]

The cantons of the arrondissement of Saint-Omer are:

Communes[edit]

The communes of the arrondissement of Saint-Omer, and their INSEE codes, are:

  1. Acquin-Westbécourt (62008)
  2. Affringues (62010)
  3. Aire-sur-la-Lys (62014)
  4. Alquines (62024)
  5. Arques (62040)
  6. Audincthun (62053)
  7. Audrehem (62055)
  8. Avroult (62067)
  9. Bayenghem-lès-Seninghem (62088)
  10. Bayenghem-lès-Éperlecques (62087)
  11. Beaumetz-lès-Aire (62095)
  12. Bellinghem (62471)
  13. Blendecques (62139)
  14. Bléquin (62140)
  15. Boisdinghem (62149)
  16. Bomy (62153)
  17. Bonningues-lès-Ardres (62155)
  18. Bouvelinghem (62169)
  19. Campagne-lès-Wardrecques (62205)
  20. Clairmarais (62225)
  21. Clerques (62228)
  22. Cléty (62229)
  23. Coulomby (62245)
  24. Coyecques (62254)
  25. Delettes (62265)
  26. Dennebrœucq (62267)
  27. Dohem (62271)
  28. Ecques (62288)
  29. Elnes (62292)
  30. Enquin-lez-Guinegatte (62295)
  31. Éperlecques (62297)
  32. Erny-Saint-Julien (62304)
  33. Escœuilles (62308)
  34. Esquerdes (62309)
  35. Fauquembergues (62325)
  36. Febvin-Palfart (62327)
  37. Fléchin (62336)
  38. Hallines (62403)
  39. Haut-Loquin (62419)
  40. Helfaut (62423)
  41. Heuringhem (62452)
  42. Houlle (62458)
  43. Journy (62478)
  44. Laires (62485)
  45. Ledinghem (62495)
  46. Leulinghem (62504)
  47. Longuenesse (62525)
  48. Lumbres (62534)
  49. Mametz (62543)
  50. Mentque-Nortbécourt (62567)
  51. Merck-Saint-Liévin (62569)
  52. Moringhem (62592)
  53. Moulle (62595)
  54. Nielles-lès-Bléquin (62613)
  55. Nordausques (62618)
  56. Nort-Leulinghem (62622)
  57. Ouve-Wirquin (62644)
  58. Pihem (62656)
  59. Quelmes (62674)
  60. Quercamps (62675)
  61. Quiestède (62681)
  62. Racquinghem (62684)
  63. Rebergues (62692)
  64. Reclinghem (62696)
  65. Remilly-Wirquin (62702)
  66. Renty (62704)
  67. Roquetoire (62721)
  68. Saint-Augustin (62691)
  69. Saint-Martin-d'Hardinghem (62760)
  70. Saint-Martin-lez-Tatinghem (62757)
  71. Saint-Omer (62765)
  72. Salperwick (62772)
  73. Seninghem (62788)
  74. Serques (62792)
  75. Setques (62794)
  76. Surques (62803)
  77. Thérouanne (62811)
  78. Thiembronne (62812)
  79. Tilques (62819)
  80. Tournehem-sur-la-Hem (62827)
  81. Vaudringhem (62837)
  82. Wardrecques (62875)
  83. Wavrans-sur-l'Aa (62882)
  84. Wismes (62897)
  85. Wisques (62898)
  86. Wittes (62901)
  87. Wizernes (62902)
  88. Zouafques (62904)
  89. Zudausques (62905)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arrêté préfectoral, 20 December 2016" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-07-27.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 50°45′00″N 2°15′00″E / 50.7500°N 2.2500°E / 50.7500; 2.2500