Municipalities of Sonora

The Mexican state of Sonora is divided into 72 municipalities:

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INEGI code Municipality Municipal Seat Population (2005)[1]
001 Aconchi Aconchi 2 452
002 Agua Prieta Agua Prieta 70 303
003 Álamos Álamos 24 493
004 Altar Altar 8 357
005 Arivechi Arivechi 1 280
006 Arizpe Arizpe 2 959
007 Atil Atil 734
008 Bacadéhuachi Bacadéhuachi 1 264
009 Bacanora Bacanora 767
010 Bacerac Bacerac 1 346
011 Bacoachi Bacoachi 1 456
012 Bácum Bácum 20 892
013 Banámichi Banámichi 1 464
014 Baviácora Baviácora 3 404
015 Bavispe Bavispe 1 263
016 Benito Juárez Villa Juárez 20 447
017 Benjamín Hill Benjamín Hill 5 285
018 Caborca Heroica Caborca 70 113
019 Cajeme Ciudad Obregón 375 800
020 Cananea Cananea 32 157
021 Carbó Carbó 4 644
022 Cucurpe Cucurpe 798
023 Cumpas Cumpas 5 776
024 Divisaderos Divisaderos 681
025 Empalme Empalme 50 663
026 Etchojoa Etchojoa 55 697
027 Fronteras Fronteras 7 470
028 Granados Granados 938
029 Guaymas Guaymas 134 153
030 Hermosillo Hermosillo 701 838
031 Huachinera Huachinera 1 223
032 Huásabas Huásabas 865
033 Huatabampo Huatabampo 74 533
034 Huépac Huépac 1 032
035 Imuris Imuris 10 541
036 La Colorada La Colorada 1 754
037 Magdalena de Kino Magdalena de Kino 25 500
038 Mazatán Mazatán 1 363
039 Moctezuma Moctezuma 4 322
040 Naco Naco 6 010
041 Nácori Chico Nácori Chico 1 743
042 Nacozari de García Nacozari de García 11 961
043 Navojoa Navojoa 144 598
044 Nogales Nogales 193 517
045 Onavas Onavas 392
046 Opodepe Opodepe 2 634
047 Oquitoa Oquitoa 409
048 Pitiquito Pitiquito 9 117
049 Puerto Peñasco Puerto Peñasco 44 875
050 Plutarco Elías Calles Sonoyta 12 416
051 Quiriego Quiriego 3 049
052 Rayón Rayón 1 543
053 Rosario de Tesopaco Rosario de Tesopaco 5 165
054 Sahuaripa Sahuaripa 5 792
055 San Felipe de Jesús San Felipe de Jesús 312
056 San Ignacio Río Muerto San Ignacio Río Muerto 13 244
057 San Javier San Javier 242
058 San Luis Río Colorado San Luis Río Colorado 157 076
059 San Miguel de Horcasitas San Miguel de Horcasitas 6 036
060 San Pedro de la Cueva San Pedro de la Cueva 1 429
061 Santa Ana Santa Ana 14 638
062 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 1 786
063 Sáric Sáric 2 486
064 Soyopa Soyopa 1 209
065 Suaqui Grande Suaqui Grande 1 102
066 Tepache Tepache 1 184
067 Trincheras Trincheras 1 670
068 Tubutama Tubutama 1 751
069 Ures Ures 8 420
070 Villa Hidalgo Villa Hidalgo 1 565
071 Villa Pesqueira Villa Pesqueira 1 374
072 Yécora Yécora 6 089

References

  1. ^ (Spanish) 2005 census, INEGI.

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