Arrondissement of Saint-Dizier

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Arrondissement of Saint-Dizier
Saint-Dizier in Haute-Marne
Saint-Dizier in Haute-Marne
CountryFrance
RegionGrand Est
DepartmentHaute-Marne
Communes111
SubprefectureSaint-Dizier
INSEE code523
Area
 • Total1,571.4 km2 (606.7 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
 • Total71,371
 • Density45/km2 (120/sq mi)

The arrondissement of Saint-Dizier is an arrondissement of France, in the Haute-Marne department, Grand Est region. Its capital is the city of Saint-Dizier.

History[change | change source]

When the Haute-Marne department was created on 1800, the arrondissement of Saint-Dizier was part of that original department.[1]

In 1800, the subprefecture was moved to Wassy. On 10 September 1926, the arrondissement of Wassy was eliminated but in 1940 Wassy was made again an arrondissement but the subprefecture was moved back to Saint-Dizier.[1]

Geography[change | change source]

The arrondissement of Saint-Dizier is the most northern of the arrondissements of the Haute-Marne department. It is bordered to the north and east by the Meuse department, to the southeast by the Vosges department, to the south by the Arrondissement of Chaumont arrondissement, to the west by the Aube department and to the northwest by the Marne department.

The arrondissement of Saint-Dizier is the smallest arrondissement of the department, with an area of 1,571.4 km2 (606.7 sq mi), but the one with more inhabitants (71,371 inhabitants) and a population density of 45.4 inhabitants/km².[2]

Composition[change | change source]

Cantons[change | change source]

After the reorganisation of the cantons in France,[3] cantons are not subdivisions of the arrondissements so they could have communes that belong to different arrondissements.

In the arrondissement of Saint-Dizier, there are eight cantons and two of them do not have all their "communes" in the arrondissement:

  1. Bologne (5201) (partly)
  2. Eurville-Bienville (5208)
  3. Joinville (5209)
  4. Poissons (5212) (partly)
  5. Saint-Dizier-1 (5213)
  6. Saint-Dizier-2 (5214)
  7. Saint-Dizier-3 (5215)
  8. Wassy (5217)

Communes[change | change source]

The arrondissement of Saint-Dizier has 111 communes; they are (with their INSEE codes[4]

  1. Aingoulaincourt (52004)
  2. Allichamps (52006)
  3. Ambonville (52007)
  4. Annonville (52012)
  5. Arnancourt (52019)
  6. Attancourt (52021)
  7. Autigny-le-Grand (52029)
  8. Autigny-le-Petit (52030)
  9. Bailly-aux-Forges (52034)
  10. Baudrecourt (52039)
  11. Bayard-sur-Marne (52265)
  12. Bettancourt-la-Ferrée (52045)
  13. Beurville (52047)
  14. Blécourt (52055)
  15. Blumeray (52057)
  16. Bouzancourt (52065)
  17. Brachay (52066)
  18. Brousseval (52079)
  19. Ceffonds (52088)
  20. Cerisières (52091)
  21. Chamouilley (52099)
  22. Chancenay (52104)
  23. Charmes-en-l'Angle (52109)
  24. Charmes-la-Grande (52110)
  25. Chatonrupt-Sommermont (52118)
  26. Chevillon (52123)
  27. Cirey-sur-Blaise (52129)
  28. Cirfontaines-en-Ornois (52131)
  29. Courcelles-sur-Blaise (52149)
  30. Curel (52156)
  31. Domblain (52169)
  32. Dommartin-le-Franc (52171)
  33. Dommartin-le-Saint-Père (52172)
  34. Domremy-Landéville (52173)
  35. Donjeux (52175)
  36. Doulaincourt-Saucourt (52177)
  37. Doulevant-le-Château (52178)
  38. Doulevant-le-Petit (52179)
  39. Échenay (52181)
  40. Éclaron-Braucourt-Sainte-Livière (52182)
  41. Effincourt (52184)
  42. Épizon (52187)
  43. Eurville-Bienville (52194)
  44. Fays (52198)
  45. Ferrière-et-Lafolie (52199)
  46. Flammerécourt (52201)
  47. Fontaines-sur-Marne (52203)
  48. Frampas (52206)
  49. Fronville (52212)
  50. Germay (52218)
  51. Germisay (52219)
  52. Gillaumé (52222)
  53. Gudmont-Villiers (52230)
  54. Guindrecourt-aux-Ormes (52231)
  55. Hallignicourt (52235)
  56. Humbécourt (52244)
  57. Joinville (52250)
  58. Laneuville-à-Rémy (52266)
  59. Laneuville-au-Pont (52267)
  60. Leschères-sur-le-Blaiseron (52284)
  61. Lezéville (52288)
  62. Louvemont (52294)
  63. Magneux (52300)
  64. Maizières (52302)
  65. Mathons (52316)
  66. Mertrud (52321)
  67. Moëslains (52327)
  68. Montreuil-sur-Blaise (52336)
  69. Montreuil-sur-Thonnance (52337)
  70. Morancourt (52341)
  71. Mussey-sur-Marne (52346)
  72. Narcy (52347)
  73. Nomécourt (52356)
  74. Noncourt-sur-le-Rongeant (52357)
  75. Nully (52359)
  76. Osne-le-Val (52370)
  77. Pancey (52376)
  78. Paroy-sur-Saulx (52378)
  79. Perthes (52386)
  80. Planrupt (52391)
  81. Poissons (52398)
  82. La Porte-du-Der (52331)
  83. Rachecourt-Suzémont (52413)
  84. Rachecourt-sur-Marne (52414)
  85. Rives-Dervoises (52411)
  86. Roches-Bettaincourt (52044)
  87. Roches-sur-Marne (52429)
  88. Rouécourt (52436)
  89. Rouvroy-sur-Marne (52440)
  90. Rupt (52442)
  91. Sailly (52443)
  92. Saint-Dizier (52448)
  93. Saint-Urbain-Maconcourt (52456)
  94. Saudron (52463)
  95. Sommancourt (52475)
  96. Sommevoire (52479)
  97. Suzannecourt (52484)
  98. Thilleux (52487)
  99. Thonnance-les-Moulins (52491)
  100. Thonnance-lès-Joinville (52490)
  101. Trémilly (52495)
  102. Troisfontaines-la-Ville (52497)
  103. Valcourt (52500)
  104. Valleret (52502)
  105. Vaux-sur-Blaise (52510)
  106. Vaux-sur-Saint-Urbain (52511)
  107. Vecqueville (52512)
  108. Ville-en-Blaisois (52528)
  109. Villiers-en-Lieu (52534)
  110. Voillecomte (52543)
  111. Wassy (52550)

The communes in the arrondissement with more inhabitants are:

INSEE
code
Commune Population[5]
(2014)
Canton Intercommunality
52448 Saint-Dizier 25,505 Saint-Dizier-1, Saint-Dizier-2
and Saint-Dizier-3
Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52250 Joinville 3,407 Joinville Le Bassin de Joinville en Champagne
52550 Wassy 2,893 Wassy Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52331 La Porte du Der 2,335 Wassy Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52194 Eurville-Bienville 2,134 Eurville-Bienville Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52182 Éclaron-Braucourt-Sainte-Livière 2,083 Saint-Dizier-1 Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52045 Bettancourt-la-Ferrée 1,712 Saint-Dizier-3 Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52534 Villiers-en-Lieu 1,548 Saint-Dizier-1 Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52411 Rives Dervoises 1,386 Wassy Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise
52265 Bayard-sur-Marne 1,378 Eurville-Bienville Communauté d'agglomération Saint-Dizier, Der et Blaise

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Historique de la Haute-Marne". Le SPLAF (in French). Retrieved 8 December 2016.
  2. "Arrondissement de Saint-Dizier (523)". Comparateur de territoire (in French). Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques - INSEE. Retrieved 9 July 2017.
  3. "Décret n° 2014-163 du 17 février 2014 portant délimitation des cantons dans le département de la Haute-Marne" (in French). Légifrance.gouv.fr. Retrieved 8 December 2016.
  4. "Géographie administrative et d'étude : Arrondissement de Langres (522)" (in French). Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques - INSEE. Retrieved 10 July 2016.
  5. "Régions, départements, arrondissements, cantons et communes" (PDF). Populations légales 2014 (in French). Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques - INSEE. Retrieved 9 July 2017.

Coordinates: 48°38′00″N 4°57′00″E / 48.6333°N 4.9500°E / 48.6333; 4.9500