There are indeed volcanoes not expected to ever erupt again, called “extinct volcanoes” as opposed to active, erupting, or dormant volcanoes. Extinct volcanoes are those which have not erupted for a minimum of 10,000 years. One example of an extinct volcano within the limits of a major city is Mt. Tabor, in Portland, Oregon.
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