Saint George Parish, Dominica

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Saint George
Roseau in the morning.jpg
Roseau's French Quarter
Country Dominica
Capital Roseau
 - coordinates 15°18′05″N 61°23′18″W / 15.30139°N 61.38833°W / 15.30139; -61.38833Coordinates: 15°18′05″N 61°23′18″W / 15.30139°N 61.38833°W / 15.30139; -61.38833
Area 56.2 km2 (22 sq mi)
Population 21,141 (2011)
Density 376/km2 (974/sq mi)
Timezone UTC-4
ISO 3166-2 DM-04
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Saint George is one of Dominica's 10 administrative parishes. It is bordered by Saint Paul and part of the Boeri River (to the north), Saint David and Saint Patrick (to the east), Saint Luke (to the south).

The parish has an area of 56.1 km² (21.67 mi²),[1] and has a population of 20,211.[2]


The capital city of Dominica, Roseau, is in this parish, as well as its suburbs:

Rainforest at Trafalgar Falls

Other settlements[edit]

(all villages) Louisville


  1. ^ Figures provided by the Lands and Surveys Division of the Ministry of Agriculture, Cork Street, Roseau, Dominica.
  2. ^ Commonwealth of Dominica, Population and Housing Census – 2001. Roseau, Dominica: Central Statistical Office, Ministry of Finance and Planning, Kennedy Avenue, 2001.