Espinosa, Dorado, Puerto Rico

Espinosa is a barrio in the municipality of Dorado, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 4,534.[3][4][5]

Barrio of Puerto Rico

Barrio in Puerto Rico
Espinosa
Barrio

Location of Espinosa within the municipality of Dorado shown in red

Espinosa
Location of Espinosa within the municipality of Dorado shown in red
Coordinates:

18°23′52″N66°17′31″W[1]

Commonwealth  Puerto Rico
Municipality Dorado
Area

[1]
  Total 3.18 sq mi (8.2 km2)
  Land 3.17 sq mi (8.2 km2)
  Water 0.01 sq mi (0.03 km2)
Elevation

[2]
344 ft (105 m)
Population

 (2010)
  Total 4,534
  Density 1,430.3/sq mi (552.2/km2)
  Source: 2010 Census
Time zone UTC−4 (AST)
ZIP Code
00646

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Barrios (which are roughly comparable to minor civil divisions)[6] in turn are further subdivided into smaller local populated place areas/units called sectores (sectors in English). The types of sectores may vary, from normally sector to urbanización to reparto to barriada to residencial, among others.[7][8][9]

The following sectors are in Espinosa barrio:[10]

Apartamentos Altos de Miraflores, Comunidad Fortuna Comunidad La PRRA, Comunidad Río Nuevo, Parcelas Kuilan, PR-2 stretch (both sides between kilometers 25.4 and 28.0), Reparto Del Valle, Sector Abayarde, Sector Concepción, Sector Cuba Libre, Sector Guarisco, Sector Jácana, Sector Kuilan, Sector La Línea, Sector Laguna I y II,Sector Los Morales, Sector Mavito, Sector Reparto Dorado, Sector Rodríguez, Sector Romanes, Sector Silverio Mojica (Chícharo), Sector Tiburón, Urbanización Golden Hills, Urbanización Haciendas de Dorado, Urbanización Los Montes, Urbanización Miraflores, Urbanización Monte Bello, Urbanización Monte Mar, Urbanización Monte Mayor, Urbanización Monte Real, Urbanización Monte Sol, Urbanización Monte Verde, Urbanización Palmar Dorado, and Urbanización Valle Dorado.

Antigua Escuela Teresa Préstamo, an elementary school was located in the Mavito sector of Espinosa barrio[10] until its closure in 2018.

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