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Noord-Holland Page As of January 2009, Noord-Holland is divided into 60 municipalities (local government) plus 3 future municipalities that have been offered annexation into the province. These 60 municipalities (plus the 3 future municipalities) are:

  • Aalsmeer
  • Alkmaar*
  • Amstelveen
  • Amsterdam
  • Andijk*
  • Anna Paulowna
  • Beemster
  • Bergen
  • Beverwijk
  • Blaricum
  • Bloemendaal
  • Bonaire**
  • Bussum
  • Castricum
  • Den Helder
  • Diemen
  • Drechterland*
  • Edam-Volendam
  • Enkhuizen*
  • Graft-De Rijp
  • Haarlem
  • Haarlemmerliede en Spaarnwoude
  • Haarlemmermeer
  • Harenkarspel*
  • Heemskerk
  • Heemstede
  • Heerhugowaard*
  • Heiloo
  • Hilversum
  • Hoorn*
  • Huizen
  • Koggenland*
  • Landsmeer
  • Langedijk*
  • Laren
  • Medemblik*
  • Muiden
  • Naarden
  • Niedorp*
  • Oostzaan
  • Opmeer*
  • Ouder-Amstel
  • Purmerend
  • Saba**
  • Ouder-Amstel
  • Purmerend
  • Saba**
  • Schagen*
  • Schermer
  • Sint Eustatius**
  • Stede Broec*
  • Texel
  • Uitgeest
  • Uithoorn
  • Velsen
  • Waterland
  • Weesp
  • Wervershoof*
  • Wieringen
  • Wieringermeer
  • Wijdemeren
  • Wormerland
  • Zaanstad
  • Zandvoort
  • Zeevang
  • Zijpe

Municipalities marked with an asterisk (*) are located in West Friesland

      • These are the 3 future municipalities in the Caribbean (Bonaire, Saba, and Sint Eustatius), and North Holland has offered for them to become part of the province.

 

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