A large town.
A corporate town; in the United States, a town or collective body of inhabitants, incorporated and governed by a mayor and aldermen or a city council consisting of a board of aldermen and a common council; in Great Britain, a town corporate, which is or has been the seat of a bishop, or the capital of his see.
The collective body of citizens, or inhabitants of a city.
an inversion of the normal term; in the rural landscape, a city is a variety of a small settlement, sometimes larger than other settlements, sometimes barely a hamlet: Tracy City, White City.
A differentiated community with a sufficient population and resource base to allow residents to specialize in arts, crafts, services, and professional occupations.
a concentrated center of population that includes residential housing and, typically, a wide variety of workplaces, schools, and other permanent establishments as well as a transportation network
a concentration of population ranging in size from tiny hamlet to huge metropolis
a grouping of population with a geographical border
an urban area, differentiatedfrom a town
a place with settled inhabitants, in ancient times, and even now in most foreign countries, surrounded with walls and gates, and thronged with a populous crowd, engaged in pursuits of business or pleasure
a relatively large, dense, permanent, heterogeneous, and politically autonomous settlement whose population engages in a range of nonagricultural occupations
A centre of population, commerce, and culture with all essential services; a town of significant size and importance, generally accorded the legal right to call itself a city under, either, the Local Government Act, the Crown Lands Act or other instruments put in place by Government.
from the Latin civitas meaning citizen, a town or borough which is, or has been, an episcopal see. This definition is not strictly adhered to and there are many exceptions. Some cities are so called because of their industrial/municipal importance
A place with more residents or inhabitants than a town; a large place governed by a charter granted by a state
The closest human settlement to a property. Even if the closest town is 50 miles away from the property, place it in the city field. This information helps interested parties get a better idea of where the property is located. Submitting city information is not required when created a Terrascend property listing.
The name of the city or town where the facility site is physically located; or if rural, the town where the facility site's mail would be delivered.
A city is an urban area that is differentiated from a town, village, or hamlet by size, population density, importance, or legal status. In most parts of the world, cities are generally substantial and nearly always have an urban core, but in the United States many incorporated areas which have a very modest population, or a suburban or even mostly rural character, are designated as cities. City can also be a synonym for "downtown" or a "city centre".