Regional corporations and municipalities of Trinidad and Tobago
|Regional Corporations and municipalities of Trinidad and Tobago|
|Location||Trinidad and Tobago|
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Trinidad and Tobago
|Regional corporations and municipalities of Trinidad|
|Population density||Urban centres|
|km²||sq mi||/km²||/sq mi|
|Port of Spain City Corporation||12||4.6||37,074||3,090||8,000||Port of Spain, Saint James|
|San Fernando City Corporation||19||7.3||48,838||2,570||6,700||San Fernando, Marabella|
|Chaguanas Borough Corporation||59||23||83,516||1,416||3,670||Chaguanas, Cunupia, Endeavour, Felicity, Montrose|
|Arima Borough Corporation||12||4.6||33,606||2,801||7,250||Arima, Malabar|
|Point Fortin Borough Corporation||25||9.7||20,235||809||2,100||Point Fortin, Guapo, Techier|
|Couva–Tabaquite–Talparo Regional Corporation||723||279||178,410||247||640||Couva, Claxton Bay, Gasparillo|
|Diego Martin Regional Corporation||126||49||102,957||817||2,120||Carenage, Diego Martin, Maraval, Westmoorings|
|Mayaro–Rio Claro Regional Corporation||814||314||35,650||44||110||Mayaro, Rio Claro, Guayaguayare|
|Penal–Debe Regional Corporation||246||95||89,392||363||940||Penal, Debe|
|Princes Town Regional Corporation||620||240||102,375||165||430||Moruga, Princes Town|
|San Juan–Laventille Regional Corporation||239||92||157,258||658||1,700||Barataria, Laventille, Morvant, St. Joseph, San Juan|
|Sangre Grande Regional Corporation||927||358||75,766||82||210||Guaico, Sangre Grande, Toco, Valencia|
|Siparia Regional Corporation||495||191||86,949||176||460||Cedros, Fyzabad, La Brea, Santa Flora, Siparia|
|Tunapuna–Piarco Regional Corporation||510||200||215,119||422||1,090||Arouca, Curepe, Piarco, St. Augustine, Trincity, Tunapuna|
Before 1991 Trinidad was divided into eight counties.
Historically, Tobago was divided into seven parishes (Saint Andrew, Saint David, Saint George, Saint John, Saint Mary, Saint Patrick and Saint Paul). In 1768 each parish of Tobago had nominated representatives to the Tobago House of Assembly. On 20 October 1889 the British crown implemented a Royal Order in Council constituting Tobago as a ward of Trinidad, thus terminating local government on Tobago and formed a unified colony government.
In 1945 when the county council system was first introduced, Tobago was administered as a single county of Trinidad.
In 1980 provisions were made for the Tobago House of Assembly to be revived as an entity providing local government in Tobago. Under the revived system, Tobago is made up of 12 local electoral districts with each district electing one Assemblyman to the THA.
- ISO 3166-2:TT
- List of Caribbean First-level Subdivisions by Total Area
- Commonwealth Local Government Forum-Americas
- Trinidad and Tobago 2011 Population and Housing Census Demographic Report (PDF) (Report). Trinidad and Tobago Central Statistical Office. p. 26. Retrieved 27 May 2016.
- Trinidad and Tobago 2011 Population and Housing Census Demographic Report (PDF) (Report). Trinidad and Tobago Central Statistical Office. p. 5. Retrieved 27 May 2016.
- 2000 Census: Total Population by Sex, Sex Ratio and Area 2000
- Min. of Public Administration; Gov't. Information Service (2009). "Local Government in Trinidad and Tobago". NALIS. Archived from the original on 2010-06-12. Retrieved 26 Juiy 2010. Check date values in:
- Dupont, Jerry (2001). "Trinidad and Tobago". The common law abroad: constitutional and legal legacy of the British empire. William S. Hein Publishing. pp. 295–303. ISBN 0-8377-3125-9. Retrieved 26 July 2010.
- Julien, Joel. "T&T goes to the polls again". Trinidad and Tobago Express. Archived from the original on 2010-07-30.
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