|Elevation||556 m (1,824 ft)|
|Time zone||MST (UTC-7)|
Arivechi is both a town and a municipality in the Mexican state of Sonora. It is located in the east of Sonora at 28°55'"N 109°11'"W, at an elevation of 556 meters. It has boundaries in the north, east, and south with the municipality of Sahuaripa and in the west with Bacanora. The area of the municipality (urban and rural) is 738.8 square kilometers and the population was 1,280 inhabitants (2005), 866 of whom resided in the municipal seat. 
The settlement of San Javier de Arivechi was founded in 1627 by the Jesuit missionary Pedro Méndez. The land had been occupied by the Opata tribe, conceded in the mission system of the Rectorado de San Francisco de Borja together with the peoples of Pónida y Bacanora. Arivechi became a municipality in 1932.
The economy is based on cattle raising and agriculture.
- Arivechi, Ayuntamiento Digital (Official WebSite of Arivechi, Sonora)
- Photos of Arivechi
- Arivechi in the Pueblos de Sonora site (Spanish)
- Imagenes de Sonora (Spanish)