Cantons of Ecuador

The provinces of Ecuador are divided into 226 cantons. The cantons are subdivided into parishes ("parroquias"). The cantons are listed below, by province:

Azuay Province

*Camilo Ponce Enríquez
*Chordeleg
*Cuenca
*El Pan
*Girón
*Guachapala
*Gualaceo
*Nabón
*Oña
*Paute
*Pucará
*San Fernando
*Santa Isabel
*Sevilla de Oro
*Sigsig

Bolívar Province

*Caluma
*Chillanes
*Chimbo
*Echeandía
*Guaranda
*Las Naves
*San Miguel

Cañar Province

*Azogues
*Biblián
*Cañar
*Déleg
*El Piedrero
*El Tambo
*La Troncal

Carchi Province

*Bolívar
*Espejo
*Mira
*Montúfar
*Tulcán

Chimborazo Province

*Alausí
*Chambo
*Chunchi
*Colta
*Cumandá
*Guamote
*Guano
*Pallatanga
*Penipe
*Riobamba

Cotopaxi Province

*La Maná
*Latacunga
*Pangua
*Pujilí
*Salcedo
*Saquisilí
*Sigchos

El Oro Province

*Arenillas
*Atahualpa
*Balsas
*Chilla
*El Guabo
*Huaquillas
*Isla Correa
*Isla Matapalo
*Las Lajas
*Machala
*Marcabelí
*Pasaje
*Piñas
*Portovelo
*Santa Rosa
*Zaruma

Esmeraldas Province

*Atacames
*Eloy Alfaro
*Esmeraldas
*Muisne
*Quinindé
*Rio Verde
*San Lorenzo

Galápagos Province

*Isabela
*San Cristóbal
*Santa Cruz

Guayas Province

*Alfredo Baquerizo Moreno (Jujan)
*Balao
*Balzar
*Bucay
*Colimes
*Coronel Marcelino Mariduena
*Cumanda
*Daule
*Eloy Alfaro (Durán)
*El Empalme
*El Triunfo
*General Antonio Elizalde
*Guayaquil
*Isidro Ayora
*Lomas de Sargentillo
*Milagro
*Naranjal
*Naranjito
*Narcisa de Jesus (Nobol)
*Palestina
*Pedro Carbo
*Playas
*General Villamil Playas
*Samborondón
*Salitre
*San Jacinto de Yaguachi
*Santa Lucía
*Simón Bolívar
*Urbina Jado
*San Jacinto de Yaguachi
*Troncal

Imbabura Province

*Antonio Ante
*Cotacachi
*Ibarra
*Las Golondrinas
*Otavalo
*Pimampiro
*San Miguel de Urcuquí

Loja Province

*Calvas
*Catamayo Canton
*Celica
*Chaguarpamba
*Espíndola
*Gonzanamá
*Loja
*Macará
*Paltas
*Pindal
*Puyango
*Quilanga
*Saraguro
*Sozoranga
*Zapotillo

Los Ríos Province

*Baba
*Babahoyo
*Buena Fé
*Mocache
*Montalvo
*Palenque
*Pueblo Viejo
*Quevedo
*Urdaneta
*Ventanas
*Vinces

Manabí Province

*Bolívar
*Chone
*El Carmen
*Flavio Alfaro
*Jama
*Jaramijó
*Jipijapa
*Junín
*Manga de Cura
*Manta
*Montecristi
*Olmedo
*Paján
*Pedernales
*Pichincha
*Portoviejo
*Puerto Lopéz
*Rocafuerte
*San Vicente
*Santa Ana
*Sucre
*Tosagua
*Veinticuatro de Mayo

Morona-Santiago Province

*Gualaquiza
*Huamboya
*Limón Indanza
*Logroño
*Morona
*Pablo Sexto
*Palora
*San Juan Bosco
*Santiago
*Sucúa
*Taisha
*Tiwinza

Napo Province

*Archidona
*Carlos Luis Arosemena Tola
*El Chaco
*Quijos
*Tena

Orellana Province

*Aguarico
*Francisco de Orellana
*Joya de los Sachas
*Loreto

Pastaza Province

*Arajuno
*Mera
*Pastaza
*Santa Clara

Pichincha Province

*Cayambe
*La Concordia
*Mejía
*Pedro Moncayo
*Pedro Vicente Maldonado
*Puerto Quito
*Quito
*Rumiñahui
*San Miguel de los Bancos


=Santa Elena Province=

*La Libertad
*Salinas
*Santa Elena


=Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas Province=

*Santo Domingo de los Colorados

Sucumbíos Province

*Cascales
*Cuyabeno
*Gonzalo Pizarro
*Lago Agrio
*Putumayo
*Shushufindi
*Sucumbios

Tungurahua Province

*Ambato
*Baños
*Cevallos
*Mocha
*Patate
*Pelileo
*Píllaro
*Quero
*Tisaleo

Zamora-Chinchipe Province

*Centinela del Cóndor
*Chinchipe
*El Pangui
*Palanda
*Paquisha
*Nangaritza
*Yacuambi
*Yantzaza
*Zamora

Authorities

In each canton there is a "jefe político", chosen by, and representing the interests of, the president. There are also a mayor ("alcalde") and a municipal council ("concejo municipal"), chosen by popular vote.

ee also

*Provinces of Ecuador

External links

* [http://www.statoids.com/yec.html Statoids]


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