|Coordinates (Boćki): Coordinates:|
|• Mayor||Stanisław Derehajło|
|• Total||232.06 km2 (89.60 sq mi)|
|• Density||21/km2 (55/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Gmina Boćki is located in the geographical region of Europe known as the Wysoczyzny Podlasko – Bialoruskie (English: Podlaskie and Belarus Plateau) and the mezoregion known as the Równinę Bielską (English: Bielska Plain).
The gmina covers an area of 232.06 square kilometres (89.6 sq mi).
It is located approximately:
- 152 kilometres (94.4 mi) north-east of Warsaw, the capital of Poland
- 53 kilometres (32.9 mi) south of Białystok, the capital of the Podlaskie Voivodeship
- 18 kilometres (11.2 mi) southwest of Bielsk Podlaski, the seat of Bielsk County
The region has a continental climate which is characterized by high temperatures during summer and long and frosty winters . The average amount of rainfall during the year exceeds 550 millimetres (21.7 in).
Detailed data as of 31 December 2007:
Its seat is the village of Boćki
The chief executive of the government is the mayor (Polish: wójt).
The legislative portion of the government is the Council (Polish: Rada), composed of the President (Polish: Przewodniczący), the Vice President (Polish: Wiceprzewodniczący) and thirteen councilors.
The following villages are contained within the gmina:
Andryjanki, Boćki, Bodaczki, Bodaki, Bystre, Chranibory Drugie, Chranibory Pierwsze, Dubno, Dziecinne, Hawryłki, Jakubowskie, Krasna Wieś, Młynisk, Mołoczki, Nurzec, Olszewo, Pasieka, Piotrowo-Krzywokoły, Piotrowo-Trojany, Przy Ostaszach, Sasiny, Siedlece, Siekluki, Sielc, Skalimowo, Solniki, Starowieś, Szeszyły, Szumki, Śnieżki, Torule, Wandalin, Wandalinek, Wiercień, Wojtki, Wygonowo, Wylan, Żołoćki.
Neighbouring political subdivisions
- "Central Statistical Office (GUS) Population: Size and Structure by Administrative Division" (in Polish). 2007-12-31. Archived from the original on 2008-05-05.