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Municipalities of the State of Mexico

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Municipalities of Mexico State by code.
Municipalities of Mexico State by code.

Mexico is a state in central Mexico that is divided into 125 municipalities. According to the 2020 Mexican Census, it is the most populated state with 16,992,418 inhabitants and the 8th smallest by land area spanning 22,351.8 square kilometres (8,630.1 sq mi).[1][2]

Municipalities in the State of Mexico are administratively autonomous of the state according to the 115th article of the 1917 Constitution of Mexico.[3] Every three years, citizens elect a municipal president (Spanish: presidente municipal) by a plurality voting system who heads a concurrently elected municipal council (ayuntamiento) responsible for providing all the public services for their constituents. The municipal council consists of a variable number of trustees and councillors (regidores y síndicos).[4] Municipalities are responsible for public services (such as water and sewerage), street lighting, public safety, traffic, and the maintenance of public parks, gardens and cemeteries.[5] They may also assist the state and federal governments in education, emergency fire and medical services, environmental protection and maintenance of monuments and historical landmarks. Since 1984, they have had the power to collect property taxes and user fees, although more funds are obtained from the state and federal governments than from their own income.[5]

The largest municipality by population is Ecatepec, with 1,645,352 residents (9.68% of the state's total), while the smallest is Papalotla with 4,862 residents.[1] The largest municipality by land area is Tlatlaya which spans 788.60 km2 (304.48 sq mi), and the smallest is also Papalotla with 3.20 km2 (1.24 sq mi).[2] The newest municipalities are Luvianos and San José del Rincón, established on January 1, 2002; and Tonanitla, created on July 25, 2003.[6]

Municipalities

State capital  State capital

Name Municipal seat Population
(2020)[1]
Population
(2010)[7]
Change Land area[2] Population density
(2020)
Incorporation date[6]
km2 sq mi
Acambay Acambay 67,872 60,918 +11.4% 475.6 183.6 142.7/km2 (369.6/sq mi) 1827
Acolman Acolman de Nezahualcóyotl 171,507 136,558 +25.6% 86.9 33.6 1,973.6/km2 (5,111.6/sq mi) 1826
Aculco Aculco de Espinoza 49,266 44,823 +9.9% 453.3 175.0 108.7/km2 (281.5/sq mi) 1826
Almoloya de Alquisiras Almoloya de Alquisiras 15,333 14,856 +3.2% 171.0 66.0 89.7/km2 (232.2/sq mi) April 13, 1869
Almoloya de Juárez Villa de Almoloya de Juárez 174,587 147,653 +18.2% 479.6 185.2 364.0/km2 (942.8/sq mi) 1826
Almoloya del Río Almoloya del Río 12,694 10,886 +16.6% 9.2 3.6 1,379.8/km2 (3,573.6/sq mi) March 26, 1847
Amanalco Amanalco de Becerra 23,675 22,868 +3.5% 222.3 85.8 106.5/km2 (275.8/sq mi) 1826
Amatepec Amatepec 25,244 26,334 −4.1% 636.3 245.7 39.7/km2 (102.8/sq mi) 1826
Amecameca[a] Amecameca de Juárez 53,441 48,421 +10.4% 176.4 68.1 303.0/km2 (784.6/sq mi) 1826
Apaxco Apaxco de Ocampo 31,898 27,521 +15.9% 75.7 29.2 421.4/km2 (1,091.4/sq mi) October 18, 1870
Atenco San Salvador Atenco 75,489 56,243 +34.2% 87.6 33.8 861.7/km2 (2,231.9/sq mi) 1826
Atizapán Santa Cruz Atizapán 12,984 10,299 +26.1% 8.5 3.3 1,527.5/km2 (3,956.3/sq mi) October 18, 1870
Atizapán de Zaragoza[b] Ciudad López Mateos 523,674 489,937 +6.9% 92.9 35.9 5,637.0/km2 (14,599.7/sq mi) September 3, 1874
Atlacomulco Atlacomulco de Fabela 109,384 93,718 +16.7% 258.1 99.7 423.8/km2 (1,097.6/sq mi) 1826
Atlautla Atlautla de Victoria 31,900 27,663 +15.3% 167.7 64.7 190.2/km2 (492.7/sq mi) October 12, 1874
Axapusco Axapusco 29,128 25,559 +14.0% 286.5 110.6 101.7/km2 (263.3/sq mi) 1826
Ayapango Ayapango de Gabriel Ramos Millán 10,053 8,864 +13.4% 50.7 19.6 198.3/km2 (513.6/sq mi) May 13, 1868
Calimaya Calimaya de Díaz González 68,489 47,033 +45.6% 103.0 39.8 664.9/km2 (1,722.2/sq mi) 1826
Capulhuac Capulhuac de Mirafuentes 36,921 34,101 +8.3% 21.6 8.3 1,709.3/km2 (4,427.1/sq mi) 1828
Chalco Chalco de Díaz Covarrubias 400,057 310,130 +29.0% 225.2 87.0 1,776.5/km2 (4,601.0/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Chapa de Mota Chapa de Mota 31,737 27,551 +15.2% 292.2 112.8 108.6/km2 (281.3/sq mi) 1826
Chapultepec Chapultepec 12,772 9,676 +32.0% 11.6 4.5 1,101.0/km2 (2,851.7/sq mi) October 8, 1869
Chiautla Chiautla 30,045 26,191 +14.7% 20.1 7.8 1,494.8/km2 (3,871.5/sq mi) 1826
Chicoloapan Chicoloapan de Juárez 200,750 175,053 +14.7% 41.3 15.9 4,860.8/km2 (12,589.3/sq mi) 1826
Chiconcuac Chiconcuac 27,692 22,819 +21.4% 6.8 2.6 4,072.4/km2 (10,547.3/sq mi) October 17, 1868
Chimalhuacán Chimalhuacán 705,193 614,453 +14.8% 54.8 21.2 12,868.5/km2 (33,329.2/sq mi) 1852
Coacalco San Francisco Coacalco 293,444 278,064 +5.5% 35.0 13.5 8,384.1/km2 (21,714.8/sq mi) February 12, 1862
Coatepec Harinas Coatepec Harinas 38,643 36,174 +6.8% 289.2 111.7 133.6/km2 (346.1/sq mi) 1826
Cocotitlán Cocotitlán 15,107 12,142 +24.4% 14.8 5.7 1,020.7/km2 (2,643.7/sq mi) May 13, 1868
Coyotepec Coyotepec 40,885 39,030 +4.8% 39.9 15.4 1,024.7/km2 (2,653.9/sq mi) October 16, 1868
Cuautitlán Cuautitlán 178,847 140,059 +27.7% 40.9 15.8 4,372.8/km2 (11,325.5/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Cuautitlán Izcalli Cuautitlán Izcalli 555,163 511,675 +8.5% 110.1 42.5 5,042.4/km2 (13,059.6/sq mi) June 23, 1973
Donato Guerra[c] Villa Donato Guerra 37,436 33,455 +11.9% 191.6 74.0 195.4/km2 (506.0/sq mi) October 16, 1868
Ecatepec San Cristóbal Ecatepec 1,645,352 1,656,107 −0.6% 156.2 60.3 10,533.6/km2 (27,282.0/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Ecatzingo Ecatzingo de Hidalgo 10,827 9,369 +15.6% 53.2 20.5 203.5/km2 (527.1/sq mi) May 13, 1868
Huehuetoca Huehuetoca 163,244 100,023 +63.2% 119.8 46.3 1,362.6/km2 (3,529.2/sq mi) 1826
Hueypoxtla Hueypoxtla 46,757 39,864 +17.3% 234.5 90.5 199.4/km2 (516.4/sq mi) 1826
Huixquilucan Huixquilucan de Degollado 284,965 242,167 +17.7% 141.2 54.5 1,715.1/km2 (4,442.0/sq mi) 1826
Isidro Fabela[d] Tlazala de Fabela 11,929 10,308 +15.7% 79.7 30.8 149.7/km2 (387.7/sq mi) May 13, 1868
Ixtapaluca Ixtapaluca 542,211 467,361 +16.0% 324.0 125.1 1,673.5/km2 (4,334.3/sq mi) 1826
Ixtapan de la Sal Ixtapan de la Sal 36,911 33,541 +10.0% 115.1 44.4 320.7/km2 (830.6/sq mi) 1826
Ixtapan del Oro Ixtapan del Oro 6,475 6,629 −2.3% 99.3 38.3 65.2/km2 (168.9/sq mi) September 14, 1875
Ixtlahuaca Ixtlahuaca de Rayón 160,139 141,482 +13.2% 335.5 129.5 477.3/km2 (1,236.2/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Jaltenco Jaltenco 28,217 26,328 +7.2% 4.7 1.8 6,003.6/km2 (15,549.3/sq mi) 1870
Jilotepec Jilotepec de Molina Enríquez 87,671 83,755 +4.7% 568.4 219.5 154.2/km2 (399.5/sq mi) March 11, 1824
Jilotzingo Santa Ana Jilotzingo 19,877 17,970 +10.6% 116.5 45.0 170.6/km2 (441.9/sq mi) 1826
Jiquipilco Jiquipilco 76,826 69,031 +11.3% 275.3 106.3 279.1/km2 (722.8/sq mi) 1826
Jocotitlán Jocotitlán 69,264 61,204 +13.2% 277.7 107.2 249.4/km2 (646.0/sq mi) 1826
Joquicingo Joquicingo de León Guzmán 15,428 12,840 +20.2% 46.1 17.8 334.7/km2 (866.8/sq mi) 1826
Juchitepec[e] Juchitepec de Mariano Rivapalacio 27,116 23,497 +15.4% 132.5 51.2 204.6/km2 (530.0/sq mi) 1826
Lerma Lerma de Villada 170,327 134,799 +26.4% 230.8 89.1 738.0/km2 (1,911.4/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Luvianos Luvianos 28,822 27,781 +3.7% 702.9 271.4 41.0/km2 (106.2/sq mi) January 1, 2002
Malinalco Malinalco 28,155 25,624 +9.9% 210.0 81.1 134.1/km2 (347.2/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Melchor Ocampo[f] Melchor Ocampo 61,220 50,240 +21.9% 14.0 5.4 4,372.9/km2 (11,325.6/sq mi) October 16, 1868
Metepec Metepec 242,307 214,162 +13.1% 67.5 26.1 3,589.7/km2 (9,297.4/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Mexicaltzingo San Mateo Mexicaltzingo 13,807 11,712 +17.9% 11.7 4.5 1,180.1/km2 (3,056.4/sq mi) October 8, 1868
Morelos[g] San Bartolo Morelos 33,164 28,426 +16.7% 235.8 91.0 140.6/km2 (364.3/sq mi) October 8, 1874
Naucalpan Naucalpan de Juárez 834,434 833,779 +0.1% 157.9 61.0 5,284.6/km2 (13,687.0/sq mi) 1826
Nezahualcóyotl Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl 1,077,208 1,110,565 −3.0% 63.3 24.4 17,017.5/km2 (44,075.1/sq mi) April 20, 1963
Nextlalpan Santa Ana Nextlalpan 57,082 34,374 +66.1% 54.7 21.1 1,043.5/km2 (2,702.8/sq mi) 1826
Nicolás Romero[h] Nicolás Romero 430,601 366,602 +17.5% 232.5 89.8 1,852.0/km2 (4,796.8/sq mi) 1826
Nopaltepec Nopaltepec 10,351 8,895 +16.4% 82.6 31.9 125.3/km2 (324.6/sq mi) October 19, 1871
Ocoyoacac Ocoyoacac 72,103 61,805 +16.7% 138.7 53.6 519.8/km2 (1,346.4/sq mi) 1826
Ocuilán Ocuilán de Arteaga 36,223 31,803 +13.9% 385.9 149.0 93.9/km2 (243.1/sq mi) October 18, 1870
El Oro El Oro 36,937 34,446 +7.2% 147.1 56.8 251.1/km2 (650.3/sq mi) 1870
Otumba Otumba de Gómez Farías 36,331 34,232 +6.1% 141.9 54.8 256.0/km2 (663.1/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Otzoloapan Otzoloapan 4,891 4,864 +0.6% 153.7 59.3 31.8/km2 (82.4/sq mi) 1826
Otzolotepec Villa Cuauhtémoc 88,783 78,146 +13.6% 114.5 44.2 775.4/km2 (2,008.3/sq mi) 1826
Ozumba Ozumba de Alzate 30,785 27,207 +13.2% 47.4 18.3 649.5/km2 (1,682.1/sq mi) 1826
Papalotla Papalotla 4,862 4,147 +17.2% 3.2 1.2 1,519.4/km2 (3,935.2/sq mi) 1826
La Paz Los Reyes Acaquilpan 304,088 253,845 +19.8% 37.1 14.3 8,196.4/km2 (21,228.7/sq mi) February 17, 1899
Polotitlán Polotitlán de la Ilustración 14,985 13,002 +15.3% 126.7 48.9 118.3/km2 (306.3/sq mi) September 27, 1875
Rayón Santa María Rayón 15,972 12,748 +25.3% 23.0 8.9 694.4/km2 (1,798.6/sq mi) October 22, 1874
San Antonio la Isla San Antonio la Isla 31,962 22,152 +44.3% 25.3 9.8 1,263.3/km2 (3,272.0/sq mi) March 16, 1847
San Felipe del Progreso[i] San Felipe del Progreso 144,924 121,396 +19.4% 368.7 142.4 393.1/km2 (1,018.0/sq mi) 1826
San José del Rincón San José del Rincón 100,082 91,345 +9.6% 478.5 184.7 209.2/km2 (541.7/sq mi) January 1, 2002
San Martín de las Pirámides[j] San Martín de las Pirámides 29,182 24,851 +17.4% 69.9 27.0 417.5/km2 (1,081.3/sq mi) October 16, 1873
San Mateo Atenco San Mateo Atenco 97,418 72,579 +34.2% 21.0 8.1 4,639.0/km2 (12,014.8/sq mi) March 16, 1847
San Simón San Simón de Guerrero 6,692 6,272 +6.7% 130.8 50.5 51.2/km2 (132.5/sq mi) October 13, 1881
Santo Tomás Santo Tomás de los Plátanos 9,729 9,111 +6.8% 107.7 41.6 90.3/km2 (234.0/sq mi) 1870
Soyaniquilpan de Juárez San Francisco Soyaniquilpan 14,323 11,798 +21.4% 146.6 56.6 97.7/km2 (253.0/sq mi) September 12, 1872
Sultepec Sultepec de Pedro Ascencio Alquisiras 24,145 25,809 −6.4% 566.1 218.6 42.7/km2 (110.5/sq mi) April 8, 1825
Tecámac Tecámac de Felipe Villanueva 547,503 364,579 +50.2% 156.9 60.6 3,489.5/km2 (9,037.8/sq mi) 1826
Tejupilco Tejupilco de Hidalgo 79,282 71,077 +11.5% 668.4 258.1 118.6/km2 (307.2/sq mi) April 8, 1825
Temamatla Temamatla 14,130 11,206 +26.1% 29.2 11.3 483.9/km2 (1,253.3/sq mi) 1852
Temascalapa Temascalapa 43,593 35,987 +21.1% 164.6 63.6 264.8/km2 (685.9/sq mi) 1826
Temascalcingo Temascalcingo de José María Velasco 66,414 62,695 +5.9% 356.2 137.5 186.5/km2 (482.9/sq mi) 1826
Temascaltepec Temascaltepec de González 35,014 32,870 +6.5% 568.3 219.4 61.6/km2 (159.6/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Temoaya Temoaya 105,766 90,010 +17.5% 186.3 71.9 567.7/km2 (1,470.4/sq mi) 1826
Tenancingo Tenancingo de Degollado 104,677 90,946 +15.1% 164.6 63.6 635.9/km2 (1,647.1/sq mi) April 8, 1825
Tenango del Aire Tenango del Aire 11,359 10,578 +7.4% 38.0 14.7 298.9/km2 (774.2/sq mi) 1826
Tenango del Valle Tenango de Arista 90,518 77,965 +16.1% 211.1 81.5 428.8/km2 (1,110.6/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Teoloyucan[k] Teoloyucan 65,459 63,115 +3.7% 31.0 12.0 2,111.6/km2 (5,469.0/sq mi) 1826
Teotihuacán Teotihuacán de Arista 58,507 53,010 +10.4% 83.2 32.1 703.2/km2 (1,821.3/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Tepetlaoxtoc Tepetlaoxtoc 32,564 27,944 +16.5% 178.9 69.1 182.0/km2 (471.4/sq mi) May 2, 1827
Tepetlixpa Tepetlixpa 20,500 18,327 +11.9% 43.1 16.6 475.6/km2 (1,231.9/sq mi) August 31, 1869
Tepotzotlán Tepotzotlán 103,696 88,559 +17.1% 207.1 80.0 500.7/km2 (1,296.8/sq mi) 1826
Tequixquiac Santiago Tequixquiac 39,489 33,907 +16.5% 122.5 47.3 322.4/km2 (834.9/sq mi) 1826
Texcaltitlán Texcaltitlán 18,482 17,390 +6.3% 145.5 56.2 127.0/km2 (329.0/sq mi) November 4, 1861
Texcalyacac San Mateo Texcalyacac 5,736 5,111 +12.2% 24.7 9.5 232.2/km2 (601.5/sq mi) 1870
Texcoco Texcoco de Mora 277,562 235,151 +18.0% 428.1 165.3 648.4/km2 (1,679.2/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Tezoyuca Tezoyuca 47,044 35,199 +33.7% 16.3 6.3 2,886.1/km2 (7,475.1/sq mi) April 23, 1864
Tianguistenco Santiago Tianguistenco 84,259 70,682 +19.2% 131.8 50.9 639.3/km2 (1,655.8/sq mi) 1826
Timilpan San Andrés Timilpan 16,414 15,391 +6.6% 166.7 64.4 98.5/km2 (255.0/sq mi) 1870
Tlalmanalco Tlalmanalco de Velázquez 49,196 46,130 +6.6% 160.2 61.9 307.1/km2 (795.4/sq mi) 1826
Tlalnepantla de Baz Tlalnepantla 672,202 664,225 +1.2% 80.4 31.0 8,360.7/km2 (21,654.2/sq mi) July 18, 1825
Tlatlaya Tlatlaya 31,762 32,997 −3.7% 788.6 304.5 40.3/km2 (104.3/sq mi) September 21, 1849
Toluca Toluca de LerdoState capital 910,608 819,561 +11.1% 426.8 164.8 2,133.6/km2 (5,525.9/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Tonanitla Santa María Tonanitla 14,883 10,216 +45.7% 9.0 3.5 1,653.7/km2 (4,283.0/sq mi) July 25, 2003
Tonatico Tonatico 12,912 12,099 +6.7% 90.2 34.8 143.1/km2 (370.8/sq mi) October 18, 1870
Tultepec Tultepec 157,645 91,808 +71.7% 26.8 10.3 5,882.3/km2 (15,235.0/sq mi) 1852
Tultitlán Tultitlán de Mariano Escobedo 516,341 524,074 −1.5% 66.0 25.5 7,823.3/km2 (20,262.4/sq mi) 1826
Valle de Bravo[l] Valle de Bravo 61,590 61,599 0.0% 400.6 154.7 153.7/km2 (398.2/sq mi) 1826
Valle de Chalco Xico 391,731 357,645 +9.5% 46.7 18.0 8,388.2/km2 (21,725.5/sq mi) November 9, 1994
Villa de Allende San José Villa de Allende 53,275 47,709 +11.7% 309.5 119.5 172.1/km2 (445.8/sq mi) 1826
Villa del Carbón Villa del Carbón 51,498 44,881 +14.7% 303.3 117.1 169.8/km2 (439.8/sq mi) 1826
Villa Guerrero[m] Villa Guerrero 69,086 59,991 +15.2% 226.1 87.3 305.6/km2 (791.4/sq mi) 1826
Villa Victoria [n] Villa Victoria 108,196 94,369 +14.7% 424.8 164.0 254.7/km2 (659.7/sq mi) May 13, 1868
Xalatlaco Xalatlaco 30,687 26,865 +14.2% 108.2 41.8 476.0/km2 (1,232.7/sq mi) October 12, 1874
Xonacatlán Xonacatlán 54,633 46,331 +17.9% 53.5 20.7 1,021.2/km2 (2,644.8/sq mi) October 18, 1870
Zacazonapan Zacazonapan 5,109 4,051 +26.1% 66.7 25.8 76.6/km2 (198.4/sq mi) April 5, 1879
Zacualpan Zacualpan 13,522 15,121 −10.6% 292.1 112.8 46.3/km2 (119.9/sq mi) August 6, 1824
Zinacantepec San Miguel Zinacantepec 203,872 167,759 +21.5% 310.4 119.8 656.8/km2 (1,701.1/sq mi) 1826
Zumpahuacán Zumpahuacán 18,833 16,365 +15.1% 202.4 78.1 93.0/km2 (241.0/sq mi) October 15, 1875
Zumpango Zumpango de Ocampo 280,455 159,647 +75.7% 223.6 86.3 1,254.3/km2 (3,248.5/sq mi) August 6, 1824
State of Mexico 16,992,418 15,175,862 +12.0% 22,351.8 8,630.1 760.2/km2 (1,969.0/sq mi)
Mexico 126,014,024 112,336,538 +12.2% 1,960,646.7 757,010 64.3/km2 (166.5/sq mi)

Notes

  1. ^ Amecameca was originally incorporated as Ameca, changing its name on February 16, 1847.[6]
  2. ^ Atizapán de Zaragoza was originally incorporated as Zaragoza, changing its name on October 4, 1969.[6]
  3. ^ Donato Guerra was originally incorporated as Asunción Malacatepec, changing its name on May 2, 1880.[6]
  4. ^ Isidro Fabela was originally incorporated as Santiago Tlazala, changing its name to Iturbide in 1919 and to its current name on April 8, 1970.[6]
  5. ^ Juchitepec was originally incorporated as Juchi, changing its name on May 2, 1880. It was merged with Tenango del Aire for 2 months in 1899.[6]
  6. ^ Melchor Ocampo was originally incorporated as San Miguel Tlaxomulco, changing its name on October 12, 1984.[6]
  7. ^ Melchor Ocampo was originally incorporated as San Bartolomé de las Tunas, changing its name on September 17, 1918.[6]
  8. ^ Nicolás Romero was originally incorporated as Azcapuzaltongo, changing its name on April 18, 1898.[6]
  9. ^ San Felipe del Progreso was originally incorporated as San Felipe del Obraje, changing its name on October 13, 1877.[6]
  10. ^ San Martín de las Pirámides was originally incorporated as San Martín Obispo, changing its name on December 8, 1917.[6]
  11. ^ Teoloyucan was originally incorporated as Toloyuca, changing its name on October 16, 1868.[6]
  12. ^ Valle de Bravo was originally incorporated as San Francisco del Valle de Temascaltepec, changing its name to Villa de Valle in 1849 and to its current name on September 17, 1919.[6]
  13. ^ Villa Guerrero was originally incorporated as Tecualoya, changing its name on September 17, 1919.[6]
  14. ^ Villa Victoria was originally incorporated as Merced de las Llaves, changing its name on September 17, 1919.[6]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Censo de Población y Vivienda 2020 - SCITEL" (in Spanish). INEGI. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
  2. ^ a b c "México en cifras - Medio Ambiente - Estado de México" (in Spanish). INEGI. Retrieved February 12, 2021.
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