Rural county definition

Rural county means a county not located in a metropolitan statistical area or micropolitan statistical areas as those terms are defined under the “standards for defining metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas” by the statistical policy office of the office of information and regulatory affairs of the United States office of management and budget, 65 F.R. p. 82238 (December 27, 2000).
Rural county means a county with a population density of fewer than one hundred persons per square mile or a county smaller than two hundred twenty-five square miles, as determined by the office of financial management and published each year by the department for the period July 1st to June 30th.
Rural county means a county with a population density of

Examples of Rural county in a sentence

Definitions.As used in this part:(1) "Grant" means a grant available under the Rural County Economic Development Grant Program created in this part.(2) "Grant program" means the Rural County Economic Development Grant Program created in Section 63N-4-503.(3) "Rural county" means a county of the third class, fourth class, fifth class, or sixthclass.(4) "Rural partnership board" means the Governor's Rural Partnership Board created inSection 63C-10-102.

Rural county residents, in particular, rely heavily on domestic and irrigation water wells, rather than municipal or district water suppliers.


More Definitions of Rural county

Rural county means a county with a population between fifty thousand and seventy-one thousand and bordering Puget Sound.
Rural county means a county that is not an urban county.
Rural county means a county of the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth class.
Rural county means any county in this state except Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, Washington, Cache, Tooele, and Summit counties.
Rural county means a county with a population of less than 70,000.
Rural county means a county having a population of less than 50,000 according to
Rural county means any county that has a population of fewer than 75,000.