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    I did a search, and checked the guidence program, but could not find this. So my question is what is Suburban and what is a Rural department. We have a town pop of 2,700, and a rural pop of 700. Town size is approx 2.5 square miles and our district size is 27 square miles. About one third of our district has hydrants. What would we fall under?

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    Rural, but at the moment i can't quote the population figures to tell you why. I'll be smarter later today.
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    Rural for sure. Less than 500 residents per square mile over the whole 1st due area.

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    Thanks a lot guys! Thats makes me feel a bit better.

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