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List of census-designated places in Rhode Island

This page lists census-designated places (CDPs) in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. As of the 2000 census, there were a total of 19 CDPs in Rhode Island. A total of 26 CDPs are identified for use in the 2010 census. Former CDPs that are no longer designated as such in 2010 are italicized. CDPs marked with a dagger (†) have boundaries that are coextensive with the town of the same name. Some CDPs share the same name as a town, but only cover a portion of it, typically the town center. These places are marked with a double dagger (‡).

Name Town County Population (2000) Notes
Ashaway Hopkinton Washington 1,537 First listed in the 1950 census
Barrington Barrington Bristol 16,819 First listed in the 1960 census as an urban town; delisted in 1970; relisted in 1980
Bradford Westerly Washington 1,497 First listed in the 1950 census; delisted in 1960; relisted in 1970
Bristol Bristol Bristol 22,469 First listed in the 1950 census; classified in 1960 as an urban town; delisted in 1970; relisted in 1980
Carolina Richmond and Charlestown Washington First listed in the 2010 census
Chepachet Glocester Providence First listed in the 2010 census
Clayville Foster and Scituate Providence First listed in the 2010 census
Cumberland Hill Cumberland Providence 7,738 First listed in the 1980 census
Foster Center Foster Providence First listed in the 2010 census
Georgiaville Smithfield Providence First listed in the 1950 census; delisted in 1960
Greene Coventry Kent First listed in the 2010 census
Greenville Smithfield Providence 8,626 First listed in the 1980 census
Harmony Glocester Providence First listed in the 2010 census
Harrisville Burrillville Providence 1,561 First listed in the 1950 census
Hope Valley Hopkinton Washington 1,649 First listed in 1950 as "Hope Valley-Wyoming" (extending partly into Richmond); delisted in 1960; relisted in 1970 as "Hope Valley"
Island Park Portsmouth Newport First listed in 1950 as "Island Park - The Hummocks"; delisted in 1970
Jamestown Jamestown Newport First listed in the 1950 census; renamed "Jamestown Center" in 1970; renamed back to "Jamestown" in 1980; delisted in 1990
Kingston South Kingstown Washington 5,446 First listed in the 1950 census
Manville Lincoln Providence First listed in the 1950 census; delisted in 1960
Mapleville-Oakland Burrillville Providence First listed in the 1950 census; delisted in 1960
Melville Middletown and Portsmouth Newport 2,325 First listed in the 1980 census
Misquamicut Westerly Washington First listed in the 2010 census
Narragansett Pier Narragansett Washington 3,671 First listed in the 1950 census; renamed "Narragansett" in 1960; renamed back to "Narragansett Pier" in 1970
Newport East Middletown Newport 11,463 First listed in the 1960 census
North Providence North Providence Providence 32,411 First listed in the 1960 census as an urban town; delisted in 1970; relisted in 1980
Pascoag Burrillville Providence 4,742 First listed in 1950 as "Pascoag-Bridgeton"; renamed "Pascoag" in 1960
Quonochontaug Charlestown Washington First listed in the 2010 census
Slatersville North Smithfield Providence First listed in the 1950 census; delisted in 1960
The Anchorage Middletown Newport First listed in the 1970 census; delisted in 1980
Tiverton Tiverton Newport 7,282 First listed in the 1980 census
Valley Falls Cumberland Providence 11,599 First listed in the 1980 census
Wakefield-Peacedale South Kingstown Washington 8,468 First listed in the 1950 census
Watch Hill Westerly Washington First listed in the 2010 census
Weekapaug Westerly Washington First listed in the 2010 census
West Warwick West Warwick Kent 29,581 First listed in the 1960 census as an urban town; delisted in 1970; relisted in 1980
Westerly Westerly Washington 17,682 First listed in the 1950 census; renamed "Westerly Center" in 1970; renamed back to "Westerly" in 1980
Wickford North Kingstown Washington First listed in the 1950 census; delisted in 1970
Wyoming Richmond Washington First listed in the 2010 census

References

  • U.S. Census Bureau, Census of Population and Housing, v.1, (1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000)
  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 Boundary and Annexation Survey Map: Kent County, RI (24400300000)
  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 Boundary and Annexation Survey Map: Providence County, RI (24400700000)
  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 Boundary and Annexation Survey Map: Washington County, RI (24400900000)

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