Stalowa Wola County

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Stalowa Wola County

Powiat stalowowolski
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Flag
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Coat of arms
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Location within the voivodeship
Coordinates(Stalowa Wola): 50°35′N22°3′E / 50.583°N 22.050°E / 50.583; 22.050 Coordinates: 50°35′N22°3′E / 50.583°N 22.050°E / 50.583; 22.050
CountryFlag of Poland.svg  Poland
Voivodeship POL wojewodztwo podkarpackie flag.svg Subcarpathian
Seat Stalowa Wola
Gminas
Area
  Total832.92 km2 (321.59 sq mi)
Population
 (2019)
  Total103,293
  Density120/km2 (320/sq mi)
   Urban
60,799
  Rural
42,494
Car plates RST
Website http://www.stalowowolski.pl/

Stalowa Wola County (Polish : powiat stalowowolski) is a unit of territorial administration and local government (powiat) in Subcarpathian Voivodeship, south-eastern Poland. It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998. Its administrative seat and only town is Stalowa Wola, which lies 62 kilometres (39 mi) north of the regional capital Rzeszów.

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The county covers an area of 832.92 square kilometres (321.6 sq mi). As of 2019 its total population is 103,293, out of which the population of Stalowa Wola is 60,799, and the rural population is 42,494. [1]

Neighbouring counties

Stalowa Wola County is bordered by Kraśnik County to the north, Janów Lubelski County to the east, Nisko County to the south-east, Kolbuszowa County to the south, and Tarnobrzeg County and Sandomierz County to the west.

Administrative division

The county is subdivided into six gminas (one urban and five rural). These are listed in the following table, in descending order of population.

GminaTypeArea
(km2)
Population
(2019)
Seat
Stalowa Wola urban83.060,799 
Gmina Zaleszany rural87.310,916 Zaleszany
Gmina Pysznica rural147.811,126 Pysznica
Gmina Zaklików urban-rural202.25,560 Zaklików
Gmina Radomyśl nad Sanem rural133.67,341 Radomyśl nad Sanem
Gmina Bojanów rural179.67,551 Bojanów

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References

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