Paterson (New Jersey)


Paterson (New Jersey)
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Surnom : « Silk City » (Ville de soie)
Administration
Pays Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
État New Jersey New Jersey
Comté Passaic
Maire José « Joey » Torres
Site web Consulter
Historique
Fondation 1792
Municipalité depuis 11 avril 1831
Démographie
Population (2010) 146 199 hab.
Densité 6 675,8 hab./km2
Géographie
Coordonnées 40° 54′ 56″ Nord
       74° 09′ 47″ Ouest
/ 40.915556, -74.163056
Superficie totale 22,6 km2
· dont terre 21,9 km2 (96,9 %)
· dont eau 0,7 km2 (3,1 %)
Fuseau horaire EST (UTC-5)
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Paterson (New Jersey)

La ville de Paterson est le siège du comté de Passaic, dans l’État du New Jersey, aux États-Unis. Avec 149 222 habitants lors du recensement de 2000, c’est la troisième ville plus peuplée de l’État.

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