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Subdivisions of San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan is subdivided into 18 districts (called barrios), 16 of which fall within the former (until 1951) municipio of Rio Piedras. 8 districts (barrios) are further subdivided into subsectors (sub-barrios), including both districts of the former municipio of San Juan:[1][2][3]

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Former municipio of Río PiedrasEdit

  • Caimito
  • Cupey (formerly two districts (barrios): Cupey Alto and Cupey Bajo)
  • El Cinco
  • Gobernador Piñero
  • Hato Rey Central
Hato Rey Central is divided into four subsectors (sub-barrios):
  • Ciudad Nueva
  • Floral Park
  • Las Monjas
  • Quintana
  • Hato Rey Norte
Hato Rey Norte is divided into four subsectors (sub-barrios) of Baldrich, Huyke, Nemesio Canales and San Juan Chateau.
  • El Vedado
  • Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Martín Peña
  • Puerto Nuevo (including Puerto Nuevo Norte)
  • Hato Rey Sur
Hato Rey Sur is divided into four subsectors (sub-barrios) and the residential areas of University Gardens and Santa Ana in Hyde Park.
  • Monacillo
  • Monacillo Urbano
  • Oriente
    • Borínquen
    • López Sicardó
    • San José
  • Río Piedras Pueblo
Río Piedras Pueblo is subdivided into six subsectors (sub-barrios):
  • Quebrada Arenas
  • Sabana Llana Norte
  • Sabana Llana Sur
  • Tortugo
  • Universidad
Universidad is divided in four subsectors (sub-barrios) or distinct locations:

Former municipio of San Juan (until 1951)Edit

Old San Juan is divided into seven sectors known as subsectors (sub-barrios) of the old municipality of San Juan:

Collective terms (former “barrios”)Edit

  • Sabana Llana is a former “barrio” of Río Piedras (current barrios of Sabana Llana Norte and Sabana Llana Sur, see above)
  • Monacillos is a former “barrio” of Río Piedras (current barrios of Monacillo and Monacillo Urbano, see above)
  • Hato Rey is a former “barrio” of Río Piedras (current barrios of Hato Rey Central, Hato Rey Norte, Hato Rey Sur, see above)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ G. David Garson; Robert S. Biggs; Robert S.. Biggs (11 June 1992). Analytic Mapping and Geographic Databases. SAGE. pp. 10–. ISBN 978-0-8039-4752-8. Retrieved 25 December 2018.
  2. ^ Puerto Rico:2010:population and housing unit counts.pdf (PDF). U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau. 2010.
  3. ^ Gwillim Law (20 May 2015). Administrative Subdivisions of Countries: A Comprehensive World Reference, 1900 through 1998. McFarland. p. 300. ISBN 978-1-4766-0447-3. Retrieved 25 December 2018.