Har Hevron Regional Council

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Har Hevron
  • הר חברון
Panoram to Hare Hevron.JPG
Region West Bank
District Judea and Samaria Area
Government
 • Type Regional council (from 1982)
 • Head of Municipality Yochay Dimri
Population (2014)
 • Total 7,200
Website Official website

The Har Hevron Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית הר חברון‎‎, Mo'atza Azorit Har Hevron) is an Israeli regional council in the southern Judean Hills area of Mount Hebron, in the southern West Bank, administering Israeli settlements. The headquarters are located adjacent to Otniel. The council was established in 1983. The chairman of the council is Yochay Damri.

While Kiryat Arba is physically located within the territory of the Har Hevron Regional Council, it is an independent town.

Three of the settlements - Eshkolot, Sansana, and Beit Yatir - are on the Israeli side of the Israeli West Bank barrier.[1]

The council provides various municipal services to Adora, Abigail, Beit Hagai, Beit Yatir, Carmel, Eshkolot, Livne, Ma'ale Hever, Ma'on, Mitzpe Asa'el, Negohot, Otniel, Sansana, Shim'a, Susya, Telem and Teneh Omarim.

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  1. ^ Latest maps OCHA

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Coordinates: 31°26′22″N 35°1′41″E / 31.43944°N 35.02806°E / 31.43944; 35.02806