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Harahan Population: 9,279

Total Males: 4,257
Total Females: 5,022
Median Household Income: $62,143
Total Households: 3,826

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Brief Information About Harahan


The city of Harahan is located in the Parish of Jefferson. It covers a total area of 6.5 sq. km. Industries related to advertising, arts and crafts, automotive, information technology, pharmaceuticals, hotel, oil and lubrication, real estate and telecommunication, contribute to the local economy in a positive way. Commercial spaces are utilized by campgrounds, parks, Italian restaurants, service station, parking lot station and gourmet shops.



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