A division of territory; a defined portion of a state, town, or city, etc., made for administrative, electoral, or other purposes; as, a congressional district, judicial district, land district, school district, etc.
A geographic area, usually within a State, which is the basic administrative unit for representative government in the United States. Each member of the U. S. House of Representatives represents one Congressional district within a state. In some States, the districts for Federal legislators are not the same as those for State legislators.
A geographical area designated for representation by a senator and/or representative. Legislative districts are drawn to ensure that a nearly equal number of constituents reside in each legislator's district, and are re-drawn by a specially-appointed legislative committee every ten years to accurately reflect changes in population.
The geographical area over which the federal district court where the grand jury sits and the grand jury itself have jurisdiction. The territorial limitations of the district will be explained to the grand jury by the district judge.
a local apostolic community of the commonlifewherein members live either together in various separate small residentialunitsor individuallyall within a specified geographic areaunderthe authority of its own superior
The ASA is divided into five District Associations and clubs affiliate to their local District. Our District is Southern Counties, or SCASA, and it is the largest of the ASA Districts with about 600 clubs in it.
A subdivision of a council. The Narragansett Council has 8 districts a Venturing Division and a Learning For Life Division. The districts are Netop, Blackstone Valley, Cachalot, Massasoit, Pokanoket, Quequatuck, Shawomet and Thundermist. Netop District includes Providence, North Providence, Cranston, Scituate, Johnston, Smithfield, Foster and Glocester.
An administrative arm of the council that provides service to the Scouting units (packs, etc.) within its jurisdiction. A Council is made up of one or more Districts. Pack 527 is in Tuality District of Cascade Pacific Council.
The specific geographical area within a state represented by a House member. Congressional districts are drawn so that each has an average of about 650,000 citizens. States with small populations may have only one district (for example, Alaska) while a large state like California has 53 districts.
The area from which a state senator, representative, or Congressman is elected. The boundaries of state legislative and congressional districts are drawn in the decennial process known as apportionment and redistricting.
Territory, other than territory within a city, proposed to be created, formed or incorporated into a district or to be annexed or otherwise added to a district. See ORS 255.012 for multiple alternative definitions.
A geographical area of the state from which a Senator or Representative is elected. District boundaries are determined on the basis of population. A number designates each district. There are 50 Senate Districts and 100 House Districts.
Identifies the geographical or political sub-division within which the historic place is located. This includes: County; Communauté urbaine; District; Census Division; District Municipality; Municipalité régionale de comté; Regional District; Region; Regional Municipality; or United Counties.
The geographic area of Montana represented by a legislator. District boundary lines are determined on the basis of population. Each district is designated by a number. A Senate district consists of two contiguous House districts.
The geographic area of Montanarepresented by a legislator. District boundarylines are determined on the basis of population.Each district is designated by a number. ASenate district consists of two contiguousHouse districts.
Defined geographical areas of the State. The whole of the State is one electoral district for the Legislative Council, while there are 47 electoral districts for the House of Assembly, each having approximately an equal number of electors.
A district is a geographical area of United Methodist churches. Districts contain about 70 churches. Districts join to make a conference, our's being the Detroit Conference. The district youth organization is known as the District Youth Council or District Council on Youth Ministries. Visit the District pages to learn more.
Geographic areas into which the United States and its territories are divided for the Immigration and Naturalization Service's field operations or one of three overseas offices located in Rome, Bangkok, and Mexico City. Each District Office, headed by a District Director, has a specified service area that may include part of a state, an entire state, or many states. District Offices are where most INS field staff are located. District Offices are responsible for providing certain immigration services and benefits to people resident in their service area, and for enforcing immigration laws in that jurisdiction. Certain applications are filed directly with District Offices, many kinds of interviews are conducted at these Offices, and INS staff is available to answer questions, provide forms, etc.
The employer code for where you worked or an explanation of transactions other than contributing service. If service before 1966 is shown, this code will read â€œDFLTâ€ which stands for default. It means that the district code number for those years is not available on your Annual Statement.
Areas of land or water, whose boundaries are indicated on the Official Zoning Atlas, within which all properties are regulated by the general regulations of the Land Development Code and the specific regulations of the individual district and the provisions of this Code.
Where the phrases "all agricultural districts", "agriculturally", "agriculturally zoned", or phraseology of similar intent are used in the Land Development Code, the phrases shall be construed to include the following districts: AM, A, AR, AS-0.4, AS-1, ASC-1, AI, and PD-A.
Where the phrases "all residential districts," "residential districts," "zoned residence or residentially," "residentially zoned," or phraseology of similar intent are used in the Land Development Code, the phrases shall be construed to include the following districts: RSC-2, RSC-3, RSC-4, RSC-6, RSC-9, SB, MH, RDC-6, RDC-12, RMC-6, RMC-9, RMC-12, RMC-16, RMC-20, and PD-H
Where the phrases "all office districts," "office districts," "zoned office" or phraseology of similar intent are used in the Land Development Code, the phrases shall be constructed to include the following districts: BPO, O-R, and PD-O.
Where the phrases "commercial districts," "zoned commercial or commercially," "commercially zoned," or phraseology of similar intent are used in the Land Development Code, the phrases shall be construed to include the following districts: C-N,C-G, C-I, and PD-C.
Where the phrases "industrial districts," "industrially zoned," "zoned industrial," "zoned industrial," "industrial zoning," or phrases of similar intent are used in the Land Development Code, the phrases shall be construed to include the following districts: M, PD-RP, and PD-I.
The area served by the post town. The Post Office refers to Districts as Localities. Districts can comprise of more than one place name, eg: Hamlet, Small Village, Exeter. These names are referred to as Dependencies and Double Dependencies.
Each of the eleven regions in Georgia is further divided into two to five districts. Each district has its own Director to assist its local chapters at the region and state level through communication and guidance.
(WCB) One of the seven regions of New York State having offices of the Workers' Compensation Board. The regional offices are located in Albany, Binghamton, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Hempstead, Rochester and Syracuse.
Local Authority District - the third level of census geography in England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Local Authority Districts are constantly changing and have recently been replaced by a totally new local government geography.'91 geography'81 geography
1. A type of neighborhood characterized by homogeneous land use (e.g., apartment, commercial, industrial, agricultural); 2. A unit of local government with the authority to levy taxes and issue bonds to finance schools, parks, sewers, etc.
"A concentration of buildings, structures, or objects linked by a central theme and location." (Karen E. Everingham. "How to...Submit an Application to the National Register of Historic Places." Illinois Association of Museums Bulletin #31)
a body corporate and, as a body corporate, may sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and acquire, hold, use, and dispose of real or personal property for school purposes, within the limitations prescribed by law