Los Angeles County
Los Angeles County covers 4,000 square miles. The unincorporated areas include more than 2,600 square miles, represent two-thirds of the County's land. Unofficially grouped into 137 non-contiguous areas, some of the unincorporated areas are as small as a few blocks, some are urban centers with more than 150,000 residents and some, with sparse populations, cover hundreds of square miles in the high desert. If they comprised a single city, the unincorporated areas would be the third most populous in the State, after Los Angeles and San Diego. The unincorporated areas are both socially and economically diverse.
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There are 88 incorporated cities within Los Angeles County, each with its own city council. The areas that are not part of these cities are considered to be unincorporated County territory. More than 65 percent of Los Angeles County is unincorporated. For the 1 million people living in these areas, the Board of Supervisors and County Departments provide the municipal services.
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