US County en
A US County is an administrative division smaller than a state. While most US states use the name "county", there are exceptions: Alaska has "boroughs" and Louisiana has "parishes". This type is also used for "county-equivalent" entities in US territories and possessions. In some states, counties may be divided into yet smaller divisions. Most counties are governed by a county council, board of supervisors, or similar. In Freebase, the County Seat is the location of the county's governmental body -- essentially the "capital" of a county; note, however, that some county-equivalent entities, such as independent cities and Washington, DC, won't have a county seat. [ - ]
What are Properties? Properties
A city or town where a county's government is based., ,
|FIPS 6-4 Code||/location/us_county/fips_6_4_code||/type/enumeration ,||
The five-digit Federal Information Processing Standard 6-4 code (= two-digit state code + three-digit county code).
|HUD Section 8 Area||/location/us_county/hud_section_8_area||/location/hud_section_8_area||
The area or areas defined by HUD used to determine median incomes for this county
|HUD County Place||/location/us_county/hud_county_place||/location/hud_county_place||
HUD County Places which use this county
What are Included Types? Included Types
This type doesn't have any included types.