Regional & Local Government

Jamaica is divided into 14 regional partitions, labelled as parishes, which include Kingston (the capital city), Clarendon, Hanover, Manchester, Portland, St Ann, St Andrew, St Catherine, St Elizabeth, St James, St Mary, St Thomas, Trelawny and Westmoreland. Though they have no administrative function, Jamaica is also divided into three traditional counties: Cornwall, Middlesex and Surrey. Kingston and St Andrew are amalgamated (since 1923) and are administered by the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC). Jamaica has 60 constituencies that are further subdivided into 227 electoral divisions, each with a local government parish councillor representing the interests of their constituency.

Regional & Local Government organisations in Jamaica
Clarendon
Hanover
Kingston
Manchester
Portland
Saint Andrew
Saint Catherine
Saint Elizabeth
Saint James
Saint Mary
Saint Thomas
Trelawny
Westmoreland