|Chidu Hsiang Office was established in the early days after
Retrocession with one household registry room. On Jan. 18, 1947,
after it was incorporated into Keelung City from Taipei County,
it was altered to Chidu District Office, with the district director
served concurrently as the director of the household registry
room. After local autonomy was implemented in 1955, the household
registry section was established with a section director.
July, 1969, the household registry section and the related
business were subsumed into the District Household Registry
Office established with the district director served concurrently
as the director of the household registry office and the deputy
director of the police station as the deputy director, while
the former director of the household registry section as the
secretary of the office. In July, 1973, the deputy director
of the police station was concurrently appointed as the director
of the household registry office, and, then, nominated as
the full-time director holding the concurrent post of the
deputy director of the police station in July, 1981.
In May, 1992, after "The Program of the Division of
Household Registry and Police Affairs" was approved by
Executive Yuan, a section was established under the Department
(Bureau) of Civil Affairs of the province/municipal government
and county/city government, respectively, for processing household
registration business and having the civil administration
unit manage the household registration business.
Chidu District is located at the southwest end of Keelung
City in the outskirts. As the current district area is 56.2659
sq. km., it's the largest among the seven administrative divisions
subordinated to Keelung City.
District, divided into 19 Lis, has a population of 55,519.
It is adjacent to Nuannuan District and Jenai District in
the east, and Hsichih City, Taipei County, in the west. The
district is surrounded by hills, and Taian Waterfall is formed
by the ravine streams from the valley. The tourism industries
along the primary Maling Gallery, as well as the scenery of
Luliao Mountain and Shihkung Lake are all wonderful places
for enjoying hiking, swimming, and wide field scanning.
(Information source: Journal of Chidu
and Nuannuan District)