Arrondissement of Toul

The arrondissement of Toul is an arrondissement of France in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in the Grand Est region. It has 111 communes.[1] Its population is 69,151 (2016), and its area is 1,143.0 km2 (441.3 sq mi).[2]

Toul
Location within the region Grand Est
CountryFrance
RegionGrand Est
DepartmentMeurthe-et-Moselle
No. of communes111
SubprefectureToul
Area
  Total1,143.0 km2 (441.3 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)
  Total69,151
  Density60/km2 (160/sq mi)
INSEE code544
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Lorraine
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Composition

The communes of the arrondissement of Toul, and their INSEE codes, are:[1]

  1. Aboncourt (54003)
  2. Aingeray (54007)
  3. Allain (54008)
  4. Allamps (54010)
  5. Andilly (54016)
  6. Ansauville (54019)
  7. Arnaville (54022)
  8. Avrainville (54034)
  9. Bagneux (54041)
  10. Barisey-au-Plain (54046)
  11. Barisey-la-Côte (54047)
  12. Battigny (54052)
  13. Bayonville-sur-Mad (54055)
  14. Beaumont (54057)
  15. Bernécourt (54063)
  16. Beuvezin (54068)
  17. Bicqueley (54073)
  18. Blénod-lès-Toul (54080)
  19. Bois-de-Haye (54557)
  20. Boucq (54086)
  21. Bouillonville (54087)
  22. Bouvron (54088)
  23. Bruley (54102)
  24. Bulligny (54105)
  25. Charey (54119)
  26. Charmes-la-Côte (54120)
  27. Chaudeney-sur-Moselle (54122)
  28. Choloy-Ménillot (54128)
  29. Colombey-les-Belles (54135)
  30. Courcelles (54140)
  31. Crépey (54143)
  32. Crézilles (54146)
  33. Dolcourt (54158)
  34. Domèvre-en-Haye (54160)
  35. Domgermain (54162)
  36. Dommartin-la-Chaussée (54166)
  37. Dommartin-lès-Toul (54167)
  38. Écrouves (54174)
  39. Essey-et-Maizerais (54182)
  40. Euvezin (54187)
  41. Favières (54189)
  42. Fécocourt (54190)
  43. Flirey (54200)
  44. Fontenoy-sur-Moselle (54202)
  45. Foug (54205)
  46. Francheville (54208)
  47. Gélaucourt (54218)
  48. Gémonville (54220)
  49. Germiny (54223)
  50. Gézoncourt (54225)
  51. Gibeaumeix (54226)
  52. Gondreville (54232)
  53. Grimonviller (54237)
  54. Griscourt (54239)
  55. Grosrouvres (54240)
  56. Gye (54242)
  57. Hamonville (54248)
  58. Jaillon (54272)
  59. Jaulny (54275)
  60. Lagney (54288)
  61. Laneuveville-derrière-Foug (54298)
  62. Lay-Saint-Remy (54306)
  63. Limey-Remenauville (54316)
  64. Lironville (54317)
  65. Liverdun (54318)
  66. Lucey (54327)
  67. Mamey (54340)
  68. Mandres-aux-Quatre-Tours (54343)
  69. Manoncourt-en-Woëvre (54346)
  70. Manonville (54348)
  71. Martincourt (54355)
  72. Ménil-la-Tour (54360)
  73. Minorville (54370)
  74. Mont-l'Étroit (54379)
  75. Mont-le-Vignoble (54380)
  76. Moutrot (54392)
  77. Noviant-aux-Prés (54404)
  78. Ochey (54405)
  79. Pagney-derrière-Barine (54414)
  80. Pannes (54416)
  81. Pierre-la-Treiche (54426)
  82. Pulney (54438)
  83. Rembercourt-sur-Mad (54453)
  84. Rogéville (54460)
  85. Rosières-en-Haye (54463)
  86. Royaumeix (54466)
  87. Saint-Baussant (54470)
  88. Sanzey (54492)
  89. Saulxerotte (54494)
  90. Saulxures-lès-Vannes (54496)
  91. Seicheprey (54499)
  92. Selaincourt (54500)
  93. Sexey-aux-Forges (54505)
  94. Thiaucourt-Regniéville (54518)
  95. Thuilley-aux-Groseilles (54523)
  96. Toul (54528)
  97. Tramont-Émy (54529)
  98. Tramont-Lassus (54530)
  99. Tramont-Saint-André (54531)
  100. Tremblecourt (54532)
  101. Trondes (54534)
  102. Uruffe (54538)
  103. Vandelainville (54544)
  104. Vandeléville (54545)
  105. Vannes-le-Châtel (54548)
  106. Viéville-en-Haye (54564)
  107. Vilcey-sur-Trey (54566)
  108. Villers-en-Haye (54573)
  109. Villey-le-Sec (54583)
  110. Villey-Saint-Étienne (54584)
  111. Xammes (54594)

History

The arrondissement of Toul was created as part of the department Meurthe in 1800, and became part of the department Meurthe-et-Moselle in 1871. It was disbanded in 1926, and restored in 1943.[3]

As a result of the reorganisation of the cantons of France which came into effect in 2015, the borders of the cantons are no longer related to the borders of the arrondissements. The cantons of the arrondissement of Toul were, as of January 2015:[4]

  1. Colombey-les-Belles
  2. Domèvre-en-Haye
  3. Thiaucourt-Regniéville
  4. Toul-Nord
  5. Toul-Sud

References

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