Washington, D.C.

Summary

Date founded
1790-07-16
Contained by
United States, with Territories
Climate
August (29, 17, 97)
November (13, 1, 82)
February (6, -4, 67)
BLS Unemployment Rate (%)
0.067 (2008)
OFHEO Price Change (%)
-0.091 (2008)
Country
Population
638,432 (United States Census Bureau, Population, 1980)
636,893 (United States Census Bureau, Population, 1981)
634,549 (United States Census Bureau, Population, 1985)
 

City/Town/Village

Postal codes
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Base Equivalent Location

Base
Washington DC (yes)
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
 

Transit Service Area

Transit Agencies
 

Military unit place of origin

Military units
 

Sports Team Location

Teams
 

Organization scope

Organizations with this scope
 

HUD County Place

Place
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (F, 191, 205)
 

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Question ID
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Organization Location

Parent organization
Tech Cocktail
 

Military post

People posted here
 

Places Visited Westward by Lewis & Clark

From
1803
 

Project focus

Projects
 

Places Visited Eastward by Lewis & Clark

From
1806
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Government bodies
Governing officials
D.C. Emancipation Commemoration Commission (H. Patrick Swygert, Member of D.C. Emancipation Commemoration Commission, Anthony A. Williams, 2004)
? (Supervisor and Special Agent, 1980, 1981)
District of Columbia U.S. Attorney’s Office (DeMaurice F. Smith, Assistant United States Attorney, 1991, 2000)
Agencies
Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency
District of Columbia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
 

Administrative Area

Administrative parent
 

Location

Adjoins
Area
177 km² (68.3 mi²)
Time zone(s)
People born here
Eagle Strayhorn (1952-09, Male)
Geolocation
-77.03 × 38.89
Events
Contains
Nearby airports
 

Travel destination

Tourist attractions
Local transportation
How to get here
 

Bibs Topic

Is really
Subsumes
Washington
 

Namesake

Named after
 

Filming location

Featured In Films
 

HUD Foreclosure Area

Estimated Number of Mortgages
90-Day Vacant Residential Addresses
Total Residential Addresses
Household Count
Estimated Number of Foreclosures
 

Fictional Setting

Universe
Characters that have lived here
Contains (Fictional Places)
Fictional Characters Born Here
 

Place

Mentions
 

Administrative Division

Official symbols
State bird (1938, Wood Thrush)
State tree (Scarlet Oak)
 

Top Architectural City

Structure Count
36
 

Art Subject

Artwork on the Subject
 

City with Dogs

Top breeds
 

Author

Works written
 

Place with neighborhoods

Neighborhoods
 

Bibs Location

Type
City
Country
Is clear
no
 

Statistical region

Religions
Presbyterianism (1, 2002)
Christianity (6, 2002)
50th percentile rent - 4 br
2,382 (2009, US$)
Unemployment Rate
2008-08-01 (6.8)
2008-09-01 (6.9)
2008-10-01 (7.1)
GDP (nominal)
93819000000.0 (2007, US$)
CO2 emissions - total
1.204 (2007)
CO2 emissions - residential
0.255 (2007)
CO2 emissions - commercial
0.288 (2007)
CO2 emissions - industrial
0.002 (2007)
CO2 emissions - mobile
0.587 (2007)
50th percentile rent - 0 br
1092.0 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 1 br
1245.0 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 2 br
1411.0 (2009, US$)
50th percentile rent - 3 br
1820.0 (2009, US$)
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