Districts and sub-districts of the United States Virgin Islands

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Districts of the U.S. Virgin Islands
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Category Federal Unit
Location United States Virgin Islands
Number 3
Populations 4,170 (Saint John) – 51,634 (Saint Thomas)
Areas 19.61 square miles (50.8 km2) (Saint John) – 82.88 square miles (214.7 km2) (Saint Croix)
Government District government
Subdivisions Subdistrict
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The United States Virgin Islands (pop. 106,405[1]) are administratively divided into 3 districts, which are subdivided into 20 subdistricts. These are further divided into quarters and estates.

The districts are:

  1. Saint Croix
  2. Saint Thomas
  3. Saint John

The subdistricts of Saint Croix (pop. 50,601[1]) are:

  1. Anna's Hope Village (pop. 4,041[1])
  2. Christiansted (pop. 2,626[1])
    • Christiansted town (pop. 2,433[1])
  3. East End (pop. 2,453 [1])
  4. Frederiksted (pop. 3,091 [1])
    • Frederiksted town (pop. 859 [1])
  5. Northcentral (pop. 4,977[1])
  6. Northwest (pop. 4,863[1])
  7. Sion Farm (pop. 13,003[1])
  8. Southcentral (pop. 8,049[1])
  9. Southwest (pop. 7,498[1])

The sub-districts of Saint Thomas (pop. 51,634[1]) are:

  1. Charlotte Amalie (pop. 18,481[1])
    • Charlotte Amalie town (pop. 10,354[1])
  2. East End (pop. 8,403[1])
  3. Northside (pop. 10,049[1])
  4. Southside (pop. 5,411[1])
  5. Tutu (pop. 6,867[1])
  6. Water Island (pop. 182[1])
  7. West End (pop. 2,241[1])

The sub-districts of Saint John (pop. 4,170[1]) are:

  1. Central (pop. 779[1])
  2. Coral Bay (pop. 634[1])
  3. Cruz Bay (pop. 2,706[1])
  4. East End (pop. 51[1])

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