census-designated place

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census-designated place (plural census-designated places)

  1. (US, demography) A place containing a concentration of population, defined by the United States Census Bureau for statistical purposes only; it is not a municipality, whereas it is either a subset of one or spans into several.

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  • CDP (abbreviation)

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