the culture of highly populated areas usually referring to downtown districts and associated with new, contemporary, modern characteristics. http://www.dfwurbanrealty.com
Of or belonging to a city or town; as, an urban population.
Belonging to, or suiting, those living in a city; cultivated; polite; urbane; as, urban manners.
The urban population comprises all persons living in urbanized areas (which contain at least one city of 50,000 and its surrounding closely settled area) and places of 2,500 or more population outside of urbanized areas.
Usually refers to areas with populations of 5,000 or more. Describes any area that includes a municipality or other built-up place which is appropriate in the judgment of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, for a public transportation system to serve commuters or others in the locality taking into consideration the local patterns and trends of urban gro
Pertaining to a large city. see also HUD.
Refers to a city. An urban area is built up and has a dense population.
living in cities and large towns, landscapes dominated by human structures and activity.
Pertaining to or constituting a city.
Countries differ in the way they classify population as 'urban' or 'rural.' Typically, a community or settlement with a population of 2,000 or more is considered urban. A listing of country definitions is published annually in the United Nations Demographic Yearbook. Source: PRB
Related to being in the city.
Usually refers to areas with population of 5,000 or greater. (DOE6)
The "urban" category includes those areas classified as being urbanized (having a population density of at least 1,000 persons per square mile and a total population of at least 50,000) as well as cities, villages, boroughs (except in Alaska and New York), towns (except in the six New England States, New York, and Wisconsin), and other designated census areas having 2,500 or more persons.
having to do with a town or a city.
A Main Inventory Table field which designates inventories without agricultural tools, or with a separate agricultural operation, or with minimal livestock. An urban inventory is identified by a null in the rural field.
Related to topics concerning cities or city life.
located in or characteristic of a city or city life; "urban property owners"; "urban affairs"; "urban manners"
a built up area with a large population, i.e. town or city
Having to do with cities, or characteristic of cities.
Area(s) of a city (or cities) and/or area(s) of a district (or districts), having populations of 1000 people or more. Urban areas include: 'main urban areas' (population 30,000 and over); 'secondary urban areas' (population 10,000-29,999); and 'minor urban areas' (population 1000-9999).
Urban means a geographic area that includes one or more of the following: Lands within a city limit; Lands within an urban growth boundary
A term used to describe a propertyâ€™s location. Urban properties have paved access roads and streets; they are close to neighboring properties and have support services less than 10 miles away. Urban is also a term used to describe a property located in a city or town.
Metropolitan locality such as a city. It is heavily populated with many residents and businesses.
having to do with a city Peregrine falcons, rock doves, starlings and house sparrows have adapted to an urban life.
Usually means the concentration of the Aboriginal population in a city setting.
Land that is developed into cities and towns.
describes a downtown area of a city
pertaining to a city or town
(adj) Of, in, or constituting a city.
Connected to a city; many people living in close quarters; businesses nearby.
er-ban Living or situated in a city or town.
of, or living in, a town or city (the opposite of rural, which means “of the country”)
A densely populated area with a high level of services and infrastructure, such as a city.
All territory, population and housing units in urbanized areas and in places of more than 2,500 persons outside of urbanized areas. "Urban" classification cuts across other hierarchies and can be in metropolitan or non-metropolitan areas. Related terms: Metropolitan, Rural
Relating to a city.
Urban is a common name, from the Latin urbanus (from the city).