Qom County (Persian: شهرستان قم) is in Qom province, Iran. Its capital is the city of Qom.
Persian: شهرستان قم
|Coordinates: 34°42′N 51°02′E / 34.700°N 51.033°E|
|Districts||Central, Khalajestan, Salafchegan|
|Time zone||UTC+3:30 (IRST)|
|Qom County at GEOnet Names Server|
At the 2006 census, the county's population was 1,036,714, in 262,313 households. The following census in 2011 counted 1,151,672 people in 320,977 households. At the 2016 census, the county's population was 1,292,283 in 383,532 households. After the census, Jafarabad District was separated from the county to form Jafarabad County, and Nofel Loshato District to become Kahak County.
The population history and structural changes of Qom County's administrative divisions over three consecutive censuses are shown in the following table. The latest census shows five districts, nine rural districts, and six cities.
|Qanavat Rural District||16,658||13,529||15,617|
|Qomrud Rural District||6,615||5,694||7,043|
|Jafarabad Rural District||8,699||9,716||9,676|
|Dastjerd Rural District||4,153||3,600||2,782|
|Qahan Rural District1||4,260||3,145||2,900|
|Nofel Loshato District2||14,621||15,235||20,588|
|Fordo Rural District||2,265||2,516||3,482|
|Kahak Rural District||9,590||9,813||12,269|
|Neyzar Rural District||4,155||4,068||4,620|
|Rahjerd-e Sharqi Rural District||4,608||3,717||3,928|
|1Became a part of Jafarabad County after the 2016 census|
2Became a part of Kahak County after the 2016 census
- ^ OpenStreetMap contributors (13 May 2023). "Qom County" (Map). OpenStreetMap. Retrieved 13 May 2023.
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- ^ a b "Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1390 (2011)" (Excel). Iran Data Portal (in Persian). The Statistical Center of Iran. p. 25. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ^ a b c Jahangiri, Ishaq (15 February 1400). "Letter of approval regarding the country divisions of Kahak District in Qom province". Qavanin (in Persian). Ministry of Interior, Council of Ministers. Archived from the original on 19 October 2022. Retrieved 12 May 2023.