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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Incorporated place
An incorporated place, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, is a type of governmental unit incorporated under state law as a city, town (except the New England states, New York, and Wisconsin), borough (except in Alaska and New York), or village and having legally prescribed limits, powers, and functions.
An incorporated place, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, is a type of governmental unit incorporated under state law as a city, town (except the New England states, New York, and Wisconsin), borough (except in Alaska and New York), or village and having legally prescribed limits, powers, and...
These presentations include the incorporated places within the consolidated city and the "consolidated city (balance)." Although hierarchical presentations do not show the consolidated city, the data for it are the same as the county or county subdivision with which it is coextensive.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Incorporated-place   (374 words)

  
 Places Cartographic Boundary Files Descriptions and Metadata - U.S. Census Bureau
A consolidated government is a unit of local government for which the functions of an incorporated place and its county or minor civil division (MCD) have merged.
Data tabulations by incorporated place will include all territory within the incorporated place, while the tabulation for the incorporated place within a consolidated city is only for part of the incorporated place.
An incorporated place is established to provide governmental functions for a concentration of people as opposed to a minor civil division, which generally is created to provide services or administer an area without regard, necessarily, to population.
www.census.gov /geo/www/cob/pl_metadata.html   (1268 words)

  
 Census-designated place - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
A census-designated place (CDP) is an area identified by the United States Census Bureau for statistical reporting.
CDPs are communities that lack separate municipal government, but which otherwise resemble incorporated places, such as cities or villages.
A formerly incorporated place may disincorporate or be partly annexed by a neighboring town, the former town or a part of it may still be reported by the census as a CDP by meeting criteria for a CDP, for example the former village of Covedale, Ohio and compare this with Covedale (CDP), Ohio.
www.newlenox.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Census-designated_place   (815 words)

  
 Federal Register: March 28, 2001 (Volume 66, Number 60)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Previously, place boundaries were used to determine the urban and rural classification of territory outside of UAs; all incorporated places that had at least 2,500 people had all or part (based on the extended city criteria) of their population classified as urban.
Incorporated places in states with strict annexation laws are less likely to annex the densely settled areas that are adjacent to them.
Conversely, incorporated places and CDPs that have a population less than 2,500 may be classified wholly or partially as urban when the population outside the place is inside part of a qualifying UC that reaches the 2,500 population threshold.
www.fta.dot.gov /library/legal/federalregister/fr32801a.html   (4467 words)

  
 Census-designated place -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
A census-designated place (CDP) is an area identified by the (Click link for more info and facts about United States Census Bureau) United States Census Bureau for statistical reporting.
CDPs are delineated to provide data for settled concentrations of population that are identifiable by name but are not legally incorporated under the laws of the state in which they are located.
MCDs appear in a separate category in census data from places (i.e., incorporated places and CDPs), however, such MCDs strongly resemble incorporated places and so CDPs that are coterminous with the MCDs are defined so that such places appear in both categories of census data.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ce/census-designated_place.htm   (798 words)

  
 Census 2000 Glossary of Basic Geographic and Related Terms
Census 2000 refers to places that are partly urban and partly rural as extended places; this replaces the previous term, extended cities, because census designated places (as well as incorporated places) can now be partly urban and partly rural.
CDPs may be dropped from the census because their area was included within newly incorporated places or they were annexed, in whole or substantial part, to existing incorporated places; also, some were merged, renamed, or dropped by the local and tribal governments that reviewed the CDPs for Census 2000.
The Census Bureau treats an independent place as equivalent to a county subdivision and as an incorporated place for data presentation purposes.
www.census.gov /geo/www/tiger/glossary.html   (11033 words)

  
 HomeTownLocator Census Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
A county equivalent in Alaska, a minor civil division in New York, and an incorporated place in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Represents a census designated place that is not the representing governmental center of the municipio in Puerto Rico.
Incorporated places have legal descriptions of borough (except in Alaska and New York), city, town (except in New England, New York, and Wisconsin), or village.
gazetteer.hometownlocator.com /CensusGlossary.cfm   (1361 words)

  
 FIPS 55-3 Class Code Definitions
C1: Identifies an active incorporated place that is not also recognized as an Alaska Native Village statistical area, and does not also serve as a primary county division; that is, it is included in and is part of a primary county division.
C2: Identifies an incorporated place that also serves as a primary county division because, although the place is coextensive with a minor civil division (MCD), the Census Bureau, in agreement with State officials, does not recognize the MCD for presenting census data because the MCD is a nonfunctioning entity; applies to Iowa and Ohio only.
C5: Identifies an incorporated place that also serves as a primary county division; that is, it is not included in any adjacent primary county division of class T or Z. For example, Boston, MA, is legally a primary division of the county and recognized as an incorporated place and, therefore, is coded C5.
geonames.usgs.gov /classcode.html   (3150 words)

  
 Census 2000 Housing Unit Counts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Also recognized as an incorporated place are "city and borough" and "municipality" in Alaska.
The U.S. Census Bureau refers to a governmental unit for which the functions of an incorporated place and its county or minor civil division have merged as a consolidated government.
A geographic entity that serves as the statistical counterpart of an incorporated place for the purpose of presenting census data for an area with a concentration of population, housing, and commercial structures that is identifiable by name, but is not within an incorporated place.
quickfacts.census.gov /hunits/notes.html   (1148 words)

  
 Q&A on Rural Defintion
  Urban areas comprise (1) urbanized areas (a central place and its adjacent densely settled territories with a combined minimum population of 50,000) and (2) an incorporated place or a census designated place with 20,000 or more inhabitants.
As a practical matter, it may be difficult for many entities to apply the old definition.
The Census Bureau provides a number of resources for users to determine urban/rural status of a particular place as well as explanations for the system used by the Census Bureau to determine classification of an area as urban.
www.aoa.gov /prof/agingnet/napis/docs/7-qanda-on-rural-definition.html   (402 words)

  
 Population Estimates Geography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The PEP produces estimates of the unincorporated "balance of county" area for counties that are not entirely composed of incorporated places.
Another way to understand this is to think of the "balance of county" as the county population minus the county population resident within incorporated places.
Consolidated cities are a unit of government for which the functions of an incorporated place and its county or MCD have merged.
www.atmosfear.ro /popest/geographic   (1308 words)

  
 hollandaise with fresh asparagus recipe | easter recipes | easter dinner recipes from razzle dazzle recipes
Place the asparagus in the water and blanch for about 4 to 6 minutes.
Remove the bowl from the pot and whisking vigorously, add the butter, 1 teaspoon at a time, until all is incorporated.
Place the asparagus on a platter and spoon the Hollandaise sauce over the top.
www.razzledazzlerecipes.com /easter/asparagus-hollandaise.htm   (125 words)

  
 1920 Enumerators Instructions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
In the same way, of two or more incorporated places (cities, villages, etc.) or parts of them are included in your enumeration district, the enumeration of one should be wholly completed before work in another is commenced.
—If any incorporated place forms a part of the township in which it is located, the name of the township as well as that of the incorporated place must be entered on the head of the sheet, each in the space indicated for it.
If, on the other hand, the incorporated place is independent of the township, precinct, or other division of a county, that fact should be indicated by inserting an X mark in the space for the name of the township or other division of county, as explained in paragraph 84.
www.ipums.umn.edu /usa/voliii/inst1920.html   (5435 words)

  
 Historical Census Populations of California State, Counties, Cities, Places, and Towns, 1850-2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Places are listed as part of the most recent county in which they were located.
Places are listed under their most recent name or designation, as well as the most recent spelling.
The Census Bureau usually had a minimum population threshold for listing places, usually 1,000 or 2,500, depending on the particular census, unless the place was incorporated.
www.dof.ca.gov /HTML/DEMOGRAP/Histtext.htm   (370 words)

  
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Identifies an active incorporated place that is not also recognized as an Alaska Native Village statistical area, and does not also serve as a primary county division; that is, it is included in and is part of a primary county division.
Identifies an incorporated place that also serves as a primary county division because, although the place is coextensive with a minor civil division (MCD), the Census Bureau, in agreement with State officials, does not recognize the MCD for presenting census data because the MCD is a nonfunctioning entity; applies to Iowa and Ohio only.
Identifies an incorporated place that also serves as a primary county division; that is, it is not included in any adjacent primary county division of class T or Z. For example, Boston, MA, is legally a primary division of the county and recognized as an incorporated place and, therefore, is coded C5.
www.daml.org /2003/02/fips55/types.owl   (2587 words)

  
 Preface. 2000. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America
With 50,000 entries, The Columbia Gazetteer of North America is far and away the most comprehensive encyclopedia of the geographical places and features of the region.
The information that is presented reflects the input of 63 geographical specialists intimately familiar with a wide variety of sources, and with personal knowledge of the places and data described in these sources.
The Gazetteer covers every incorporated place and county in the United States, along with several thousand unincorporated places, special-purpose sites, and physical features.
www.bartleby.com /69/1.html   (1082 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
4 Consolidated city or an incorporated place that is not a central city of an MSA/PMSA and/or a central place of a UA.
C CDP that is a central city of an MSA/PMSA, and a central place of a UA.
K CDP that is the capital of an outlying area and is the central city of an MSA/PMSA and a central place of a UA.
ferret.bls.census.gov /items/long/long_34167.htm   (366 words)

  
 1900 Enumerator Instructions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Sometimes the incorporated place is a part of a township, precinct, or district, sometimes it is entirely independent of that and part only of a county.
Begin the enumeration of the remainder of your enumeration district at the head of a new page (A or B side, as the case may be), and indicate the fact that it is the remainder of the township, village, or other incorporated place, but resident within the boundaries of your enumeration district.
In certain states a part, and in some states all, of the incorporated cities, villages, boroughs, etc., are independent of the townships, precincts, or districts, etc., into which the county is divided; that is, although geographically situated within the township, precinct, or district, etc., they are not included for administrative purposes.
www.ipums.umn.edu /usa/voliii/inst1900.html   (7580 words)

  
 Information Headquarters: List of cities in the United States
8/ The incorporated place of Anchorage municipality is coextensive with the county equivalent of Anchorage Municipality.
9/ In 2000, Richmond County and the incorporated place of Augusta-Richmond County are coextensive.
11/ In 2000, Clarke County and the incorporated place of Athens-Clarke County are coextensive.
www.informationheadquarters.com /Countries/United_States/Cities.shtml   (377 words)

  
 SVRC DC Schools
An incorporated place or Census Designated Place with a population greater than or equal to 25,000 and located outside a CBSA or CSA.
An incorporated place or Census Designated Place with a population less than 25,000 and greater than or equal to 2,500 and located outside a CBSA or CSA.
Any incorporated place, Census designated place, or non-place territory not within a CBSA or CSA of a Large or Mid-size City and defined as rural by the Census Bureau.
www.svrc.net /Schools/DC.asp   (378 words)

  
 Guidelines for Delineating Census 2000 Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs)
NOTE: An incorporated place PUMA may include the portion of the place that is contained within a county that does not have a population of at least 100,000.
The portions of the place that are in Counties 3 and 4 can either be parts of place-based PUMAs in County 1 and/or County 2, or can be combined with the remainder of their counties in PUMAs that are not place-based.
For those places that contain 100,000 or more people, the file will contain a separate record for each county where the place exists, regardless of the population size of the county or the population of the piece of the place within each county.
www.fhwa.dot.gov /planning/census/pumagd.htm   (4039 words)

  
 A Taxing Problem
According to the place concept, any area in the United States can be designated as either an incorporated place, a non-incorporated place or outside a place.
Incorporated municipalities, which are those with the ability to levy taxes, must be identified as places by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Places also may include areas that are not legally incorporated but are designated by the states as having significant population density.
wirelessreview.com /mag/wireless_taxing_problem/index.html   (1062 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Note: In Ohio, a multi-county place that has a different MCD relationship in each county is assigned only a single class code of C1, C2, or C5.
This code also is used for place records that represent the remainder of a consolidated city or the remainder of a county subdivision.
Longitude in degrees, to six decimal places, of a point with the geographic area represented by the summary level.
www.columbia.edu /acis/eds/dset_guides/census/stf3docs/iden_ftn.asc   (3099 words)

  
 SMMS METADATA REPORT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Boundaries for Incorporated Places as defined for the 2000 Census.
Incorporated places are those reported to the U.S. Census Bureau as legally in existence on January 1, 2000, under the laws of their respective states.
Incorporated places were extracted from census designated places.
www.ofm.wa.gov /geographic/tiger00r/city00t.htm   (981 words)

  
 New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets
Any person who engages in conduct specified in paragraph (b) hereof is guilty of a misdemeanor and is punishable by imprisonment for a period not to exceed one year, or by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
No authorized agent of a duly incorporated society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, nor of a duly incorporated humane society, shall use any animal placed in its custody by the duly incorporated society for the prevention of cruelty to animals or duly incorporated humane society for the purpose of research, experimentation or testing.
Any farm animal ordered forfeited but not sold shall be remanded to the custody and charge of a duly incorporated society for the prevention of cruelty to animals or duly incorporated humane society or its authorized agent thereof and disposed of pursuant to paragraph e of this subdivision.
www.agmkt.state.ny.us /AI/AGM_ART_26.html   (5459 words)

  
 1910 Enumerator Instructions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
—give both the proper name of the incorporated place and the name of the class by which it is known (as city, town, village, or borough).
Ward of city.—If the city, or other incorporated place, is divided into wards, enter the number or name of the ward in the space provided at the head of each sheet.
Write the name of the street, avenue, court, place, alley, or road in the first column lengthwise, in the manner shown on the illustrative example.
www.ipums.umn.edu /usa/voliii/inst1910.html   (6408 words)

  
 incorporation - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about incorporation
In the UK, companies are incorporated by registration under the Companies Act 1989.
"Say, rather, that it is your own image, loveliest incorporation of perceptible incarnations," interrupted Tom, determined to go for the whole, and recalling some rare specimens of magazine eloquence-- "Talk not of images, obdurate maid, when you are nothing but an image yourself.
Foot-it-to-heaven, "has refused, and will ever refuse, to grant an act of incorporation for this railroad; and unless that be obtained, no passenger can ever hope to enter his dominions.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /incorporation   (245 words)

  
 Kids Incorporated   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Tucows, Inc. ("Tucows") was formed in 1994 and incorporated on May 1, 1999 in the state of Delaware with its principal
Harvey Gordon created a draft, to which the committee recommended certain additions that are all incorporated in the state seal.
Incorporated into larger family rooms at selected accommodations, eacha Playstation 2 and a range of other items to keep the kids amused.
www.searcheverywhere.co.uk /search/for/Kids+Incorporated   (460 words)

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