San Juan–Laventille

Coordinates: 10°39′00″N 61°29′00″W / 10.65°N 61.4833°W / 10.65; -61.4833
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San Juan–Laventille
Region of San Juan–Laventille
Location of San Juan–Laventille
Coordinates: 10°39′00″N 61°29′00″W / 10.65°N 61.4833°W / 10.65; -61.4833
CountryTrinidad and Tobago
Former RegionsSan Juan
Founded17 July 1992[2]
 • BodySan Juan-Laventille Regional Corporation
 • ChairmanAlderman Anthony Roberts
 • Total898.94 km2 (347.08 sq mi)
 • Total157,258 [1]
Time zoneUTC-4 (AST)

San Juan–Laventille is a region of Trinidad. It has a land area of 220.39 km². The San Juan–Laventille Regional Corporation is headquartered at MTS Plaza in Aranguez, San Juan. Other urban areas include Barataria, Laventille, Morvant and San Juan. It is the smallest region in Trinidad. The region is bordered by Port of Spain in the west to St. Joseph in the east.


  • Maracas Bay/Santa Cruz/La Fillette
  • Febeau/Bourg Mulatresse
  • Morvant
  • Caledonia/Upper Malick
  • San Juan West
  • St. Ann's/Cascade/Mon Repos West
  • St. Barb's/Chinapoo
  • Beetham/Picton
  • Success/Trou Macaque
  • Aranguez/Warner Village
  • Barataria
  • Petit Bourg/Champ Fleurs/Mt. Lambert
  • San Juan East


  1. ^ Trinidad and Tobago 2011 Population and Housing Census Demographic Report (PDF) (Report). Trinidad and Tobago Central Statistical Office. p. 5. Retrieved 27 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Act No.8 of 1992". DIGITAL LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY. Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Retrieved 28 May 2021.

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