Albuquerqueā€“Santa Feā€“Las Vegas combined statistical area Article

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Location of the Albuquerque ā€“ Santa Fe ā€“ Las Vegas CSA and its components:
  Albuquerque Metropolitan Area
  Santa Fe Metropolitan Area
  Las Vegas Micropolitan Area
  EspaƱola Micropolitan Area
  Grants Micropolitan Area
  Los Alamos Micropolitan Area

The Albuquerqueā€“Santa Feā€“Las Vegas combined statistical area [1] (known as the Santa Feā€“EspaƱola combined statistical area until 2013) is made up of nine counties in north central New Mexico. The combined statistical area consists of the Albuquerque and Santa Fe metropolitan statistical areas, and the Las Vegas, Los Alamos, EspaƱola, and Grants micropolitan statistical areas. As of the 2010 census, the CSA had a population of 1,146,049. [2] Roughly 55% of New Mexico's residents live in this area. Prior to the 2013 redefintions, the CSA consisted only of the Santa Fe metropolitan statistical area and the EspaƱola micropolitan statistical area. The total land area of the Albuquerqueā€“Santa Feā€“Las Vegas combined statistical area is 26,421 sq. mi.

Counties

Communities

Bernalillio County

Cibola County

Los Alamos County

Rio Arriba County

Sandoval County

San Miguel County

Santa Fe County

Torrance County

Valencia County

See also

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