City Districts of Pakistan
City Districts of Pakistan are districts in Pakistan that consists primarily of an urban area, such as a small city or large metropolitan area. While there are 150 total districts in Pakistan, only 11 have been designated "city districts". City Districts are assigned administrative boards responsible for certain areas of governance in their respective areas. The degree of administrative autonomy of these districts similarly varies greatly.
City districts consist of a three-tier or four-tier system of government. Each city district is subdivided into Tehsils (or Towns), which are further subdivided into Union Councils, which may further be subdivided into Wards.
|City District||City District government|
|Municipal Corporation||Municipal Corporation Government|
|Town||Town municipal administration|
|Union Council||Union administration|
List of city districts
- Karachi Central District
- Karachi East District
- Karachi South District
- Karachi West District
- Korangi District
- Malir District
- Kemari District
- Lahore District
- Peshawar District
- Quetta District
- Rawalpindi District
- Hyderabad District
- Faisalabad District
- Multan District
- Gujranwala District
- Sargodha District
- Bahawalpur District
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