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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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CategoryFederal Unit
LocationUnited States Virgin Islands
Number2 (Administrative)
3 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Populations4,170 (Saint John) – 51,634 (Saint Thomas (U.S. Census Bureau divisions)
Areas19.61 square miles (50.8 km2) (Saint John) – 82.88 square miles (214.7 km2) (Saint Croix) (U.S. Census Bureau divisions)

The territorial government of the United States Virgin Islands (pop. 106,405[1]) has for operational purposes established two districts, which include the minor islets nearest to the major islands:[2][3][4]

  1. Saint Croix
  2. Saint Thomas and Saint John

The U.S. Virgin Islands legislature has 15 seats: 7 seats are for the Saint Croix District, 7 seats are for the Saint Thomas and Saint John District, and one seat is for someone who must live in Saint John.[3]

The USVI has no municipalities; the only government is for the territory as a whole.[5]

The territory has historically been divided into quarters (which are not one-fourth of anything) and estates. These were used for census purposes until 1980, and estates are commonly used for navigation, writing addresses, and discussing real estate.[5] The U.S. Census uses three districts (Saint Thomas, Saint John, and Saint Croix) as county equivalents.[6][7][8]

In more recent census decades, quarters and estates have been replaced by 20 census subdistricts, which were defined by the territorial government as more meaningful given the terrain and current population distribution. These are used as minor civil divisions.[5]

The subdistricts of the Saint Croix census district (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 the Saint Thomas census district (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 the Saint John census district (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])

The county-level FIPS codes for the U.S. Virgin islands are:[6][8]

  • Saint Croix — 78010
  • Saint John — 78020
  • Saint Thomas — 78030

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See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa 2010 Census U.S. Virgin Islands Archived 2012-10-02 at the Wayback Machine Also available at
  2. ^ Archived October 12, 2018, at the Wayback Machine Senator Marvin A. Blyden. Retrieved July 7, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Archived October 12, 2018, at the Wayback Machine History. Retrieved July 7, 2018.
  4. ^ USGS. How many counties are there in the United States? Retrieved July 7, 2018.
  5. ^ a b c United States Census (1990). "Puerto Rico and the Outlying Areas" (PDF). Retrieved July 20, 2021.
  6. ^ a b 2010 FIPS Codes for Counties and County Equivalent Entities. Retrieved July 7, 2018.
  7. ^ States, Counties, and Statistically Equivalent Entities (Chapter 4). Retrieved July 7, 2018.
  8. ^ a b Districts of the United States Virgin Islands. Retrieved July 7, 2018.

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