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East Baton Rouge

  1. East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States [Parish] includes Alsen, Arlington, Aubin, Baker [Populated], Baton Rouge [Populated], Baywood, Bird, Broadmoor, Brookstown, Brown Heights, Burtville, Castlewood, Central, College Hills, Collegetown, Comite, Deerford, Delmont Place, Eden Park, Essen, Foreman, Fred, Gardere, Goodwood, Greendale, Greenwell Springs, Harelson, Hillside, Howell, Inniswold, Irene, Istrouma, Jones Creek, Kleinpeter, Longwood, Magnolia, Maryland, McHugh, Mengel Landing, Milldale, Millerville, Mount Pleasant, Nesser, North Highlands, North Maryland, Plains, Port Hickey, Port Hickey Landing, Port Hudson, Pride, Puckett, Red Oak, Scotlandville (Scotland Station), Sharp, Siegen, Smiley Heights, Stevensdale, Stevensdale, Sunnybrook, Tanglewood, Zachary [Populated], Zion City [SourceGSP]
  2. East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States [Parish]; population was 380,105 in 1990; housing units was 156,767 in 1990; location is 3033'N 916'W; land area is 455.67 square miles (291,629 acres); water area is 14.92 square miles (9,548 acres); FIPS code is 33 [SourceCBP]

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