Unincorporated area

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An unincorporated area is land that is not part of a town, city, or anything like a town. Often, there are not many people there.

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Often, unincorporated areas are governed by a bigger administration, such as a county. It is usually a place that some people live, but they are not any official city. Sometimes, they are called an unincorporated community.

Some states have different rules for a place to become an official city.