Gan Raveh Regional Council

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Gan Raveh
  • גן רווה
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District Central
Government
 • Type Regional council (from 1952)
 • Head of Municipality Shlomo Elimeleh
Area
 • Total 40,480 dunams (40.48 km2 or 15.63 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Total 5,500
Website Official website

Gan Raveh Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית גן רווה‎‎, Mo'atza Ezorit Gan Raveh) is a regional council in the Central District of Israel. The council's area of jurisdiction extends to eight settlements: a kibbutz, six moshavim and a youth village. In 2006, the total population was 5,000. The council serves Ayanot, Beit Hanan, Beit Oved, Ge'alya, Gan Sorek, Kfar HaNagid, Neta'im and Palmachim.

The head of the local council is Shlomo Elimelech.[1]

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Coordinates: 31°55′02″N 34°46′12″E / 31.91722°N 34.77000°E / 31.91722; 34.77000