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Kimito kommun - Kemiön kunta
Kemiö.vaakuna.svg Kemiö.sijainti.suomi.2008.svg
Coat of Arms Location
Province Western Finland
Region Southwest Finland
Sub-region Åboland
- Of which land
- Rank
320.17 km²
317.88 km²
ranked 281st
- Density
- Change
- Rank
3,301 (2004)
10.4 inh./km²
+ 0.1%
ranked 277th
Urbanisation 39.3%
Unemployment 7.2%
Official languages Swedish, Finnish
Municipal manager Tom Simola
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Kimito [ˈt̠ʃɪmɪtɔ][1]; Finnish: Kemiö, [ˈkemiø]) is a former municipality of Finland. On January 1, 2009, it was consolidated with Dragsfjärd and Västanfjärd to form the new municipality of Kimitoön. Prior to the consolidation, it was one of the four municipalities located on Kimito island, the other three being Västanfjärd, Dragsfjärd and Halikko.

It is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Southwest Finland region. The municipality had a population of 3,301 (2004-12-31) and covered an area of 320.17 km² (excluding sea) of which 2.29 km² is inland water. The population density was 10.38 inhabitants per km².

The municipality was bilingual, with majority being Swedish and minority Finnish speakers.



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Media related to Kimito at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 60°09′50″N 22°43′40″E / 60.16389°N 22.72778°E / 60.16389; 22.72778