|Municipality of Estonia|
Keila Parish within Harju County.
|• Mayor||Kadri Tillemann|
|• Total||178.97 km2 (69.10 sq mi)|
|• Density||22/km2 (58/sq mi)|
Keila Parish (Estonian: Keila vald) is a rural municipality in north-western Estonia. It is a part of Harju County. The municipality has a population of 3,995 (as of 1 January 2004) and covers an area of 178.97 km². The population density is 22.3 inhabitants per km².
Local administration of the municipality is located in the town of Keila, although the town itself constitutes separate urban municipality and is not part of Keila Parish. In Keila Parish there are 3 small boroughs (Estonian: alevikud): Karjaküla, Klooga, Keila-Joa and 19 villages (Estonian: külad): Illurma, Käesalu, Keelva, Kersalu, Kloogaranna, Kulna, Laoküla, Laulasmaa, Lehola, Lohusalu, Maeru, Meremõisa, Nahkjala, Niitvälja, Ohtu, Põllküla, Tõmmiku, Tuulna, Valkse.
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