What Major U.S. Cities are Smaller than the CCEMS Coverage Area?

Editors Note: *The statistics for the cities mentioned in this article are from the U.S. Census Bureau. The estimated population of the CCEMS service area is from Municipal Information Services.

The Cypress Creek EMS coverage area measures 177 square miles and has an estimated population of 500,158.*

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CCEMS AREA OUTLINED IN BLUE

To put that in perspective, here’s how CCEMS compares to the city limits of several major American cities in both land mass and population.

 Atlanta, Georgia

 LOCATION   AREA    POPULATION
 CCEMS  177.0 Sq. Miles  500,158
 Atlanta*  133.2 Sq. Miles  447,841

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Baltimore, Maryland

 LOCATION
  AREA    POPULATION
 CCEMS  177.0 Sq. Miles  500,158
 Baltimore*   80.94 Sq. Miles  622,104

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 Denver, Colorado

 LOCATION
 AREA     POPULATION
 CCEMS  177.0 Sq. Miles  500,158
 Denver*  153.0 Sq. Miles  649,495

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New Orleans, Louisiana

 LOCATION
 AREA  POPULATION
 CCEMS  177.0 Sq. Miles  500,158
 New Orleans*  169.4 Sq. Miles  378,715

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Las Vegas, Nevada

 LOCATION
 AREA  POPULATION
 CCEMS  177.0 Sq. Miles  500,158
  Las Vegas*  135.8 Sq.Miles  603,488

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In land mass alone, the CCEMS service area is also bigger than the city limits of Philadelphia, Detroit and Seattle.

If the CCEMS area was a city it would be the 35th largest in the U.S. by population, putting it ahead of such cities as Sacramento, Atlanta, Kansas City, Tulsa and New Orleans. The population of the CCEMS coverage area is projected to grow to 511,787 in 2015.

The Cypress Creek District covers the following ZIP CODES in whole or in part:

77014
77064
77066
77067
77068
77069
77070
77073
77090
77338
77373
77375
77377
77379
77388
77389
77429

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