Aegaleo, commonly Aigaleo or Egaleo (Greek: Αιγάλεω[eˈɣaleo]) is a municipality west of Athens, Greece, situated west of the Cephissos river and southeast of Mount Egaleo. Its population was 69,946 at the 2011 census, and one quarter of the municipality is industrialized, mainly to the east where the Cephissus valley is located, and is connected as the Athens Industrial Area.
A former name for Egaleo Community was "Nees Kidonies", before becoming a Municipality in 1941, during German occupation. Most of its citizens are workers, and the city's soccer team is Egaleo FC, while its city newspaper since 1985 shares the city's name, known as Aigaleo. This area used to be the seat of Western Attica, and the city's present mayor is Christos Kardaras. The community is served by a subway station sharing the name Egaleo; about 1/4 of its area is taken up by factory developments, and one of the biggest problems for this locality in recent decades has been traffic congestion.