Nyon (district)

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Map of the District of Nyon

The District of Nyon is a district in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland. The seat of the district is the city of Nyon.

Municipalities[change | change source]

On 1 September 2006, Nyon was reorganized. There are now fewer municipalities.[1]

Municipalities of Nyon
Name Population
(31 December 2020)[2]
Area
km²[3]
Pre-2006 district
Arnex-sur-Nyon 242 2
.04 Nyon
Arzier 2,916 51
.91 Nyon
Bassins 1,464 20
.79 Nyon
Begnins 1,928 4
.78 Nyon
Bogis-Bossey 847 2
.45 Nyon
Borex 1,153 1
.98 Nyon
Bursinel 492 1
.77 Rolle
Bursins 779 3
.37 Rolle
Burtigny 403 5
.68 Rolle
Chavannes-de-Bogis 1,341 2
.85 Nyon
Chavannes-des-Bois 1,002 2
.14 Nyon
Chéserex 1,249 10
.56 Nyon
Coinsins 509 2
.91 Nyon
Commugny 3,004 6
.51 Nyon
Coppet 3,280 1
.87 Nyon
Crans-près-Céligny 2,336 4
.32 Nyon
Crassier 1,172 2
.03 Nyon
Duillier 1,131 4
.11 Nyon
Dully 624 1
.66 Rolle
Essertines-sur-Rolle 741 6
.95 Rolle
Eysins 1,738 2
.38 Nyon
Founex 3,874 4
.79 Nyon
Genolier 1,989 4
.87 Nyon
Gilly 1,428 7
.76 Rolle
Gingins 1,252 12
.58 Nyon
Givrins 1,031 3
.97 Nyon
Gland 13,258 8
.32 Nyon
Grens 406 2
.56 Nyon
La Rippe 1,137 16
.61 Nyon
Le Vaud 1,364 3
.11 Nyon
Longirod 495 9
.44 Aubonne
Luins 619 2
.67 Rolle
Marchissy 483 11
.98 Aubonne
Mies 2,165 3
.45 Nyon
Mont-sur-Rolle 2,658 3
.85 Rolle
Nyon 21,718 6
.79 Nyon
Perroy 1,518 2
.90 Rolle
Prangins 4,099 6
.03 Nyon
Rolle 6,260 2
.74 Rolle
Saint-Cergue 2,674 24
.28 Nyon
Saint-George 1,073 12
.32 Aubonne
Signy-Avenex 585 1
.93 Nyon
Tannay 1,641 1
.82 Nyon
Tartegnin 238 1
.09 Rolle
Trélex 1,449 5
.78 Nyon
Vich 1,155 1
.56 Nyon
Vinzel 385 1
.09 Rolle
Total 103,305 253 .7

References[change | change source]

  1. Nomenklaturen – Amtliches Gemeindeverzeichnis der Schweiz (in German) accessed 4 April 2011
  2. "Ständige und nichtständige Wohnbevölkerung nach institutionellen Gliederungen, Geburtsort und Staatsangehörigkeit". bfs.admin.ch (in German). Swiss Federal Statistical Office - STAT-TAB. 31 December 2020. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  3. Swiss Federal Statistical Office-Land Use Statistics 2009 data (in German) accessed 25 March 2010