San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)

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San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)
Locality and Municipal Agency
Central view of San Jerónimo
Central view of San Jerónimo
Flag of San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)
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Official seal of San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)
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San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa) is located in Mexico
San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)
San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)
Location in Mexico
Coordinates: 20°24′18″N 103°59′12″W / 20.40500°N 103.98667°W / 20.40500; -103.98667Coordinates: 20°24′18″N 103°59′12″W / 20.40500°N 103.98667°W / 20.40500; -103.98667
Country  Mexico
State  Jalisco
Region Región Valles
Municipality San Martín de Hidalgo
Territorial sub-committee Santa Cruz de las Flores
Incorporated March 25, 1925
Government
 • Type Municipal Agency
 • Municipal Agent Armando Díaz
 • Municipal Sub-agent José Luis Tapia Navarro
Elevation 4,842 ft (1,476 m)
Population (2010)
 • Total 355
 • Rank 11th in San Martín de Hidalgo Municipality
Demonym Barboseño
Time zone Central Standard Time (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)
Website Official website

San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa)[1] is a locality and municipal agency of San Martín de Hidalgo Municipality, Jalisco, Mexico. As of the 2010 census, the village had a total population of 355, making it the eleventh-largest locality in the municipality and the second-largest in the territorial sub-committee.

San Jerónimo is the home of the state-funded San Jerónimo Dam which cost

It is situated 45 miles southwest of Guadalajara, and 80 miles east of Puerto Vallarta.

History[edit]

The village of San Jerónimo was first annotated as one of the settlements comprising the jurisdiction of Cocula in 1744.

Demographics[edit]

2010[edit]

According to the 2010 Censo General de Población y Vivienda, San Jerónimo (Los Barbosa) had a population of 355 inhabitants, of which 164 were male and 191 were female.[2] There were 103 inhabited houses.[2]

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1900 360 —    
1910 277 −23.1%
1921 310 +11.9%
1930 428 +38.1%
1940 401 −6.3%
1950 445 +11.0%
1960 458 +2.9%
1970 515 +12.4%
1980 506 −1.7%
1990 494 −2.4%
1995 493 −0.2%
2000 465 −5.7%
2005 341 −26.7%
2010 355 +4.1%
Source: INEGI

Government[edit]

San Jerónimo is one of the 18 municipal agencies of San Martín de Hidalgo Municipality and belongs to the territorial sub-committee of Santa Cruz de las Flores. A municipal agent and a municipal sub-agent preside over San Jerónimo in the administrative and representative sense and are appointed and removed by the municipal council.

San Jerónimo is located in the 18th Local Electoral District.[3]

Agriculture[edit]

San Jerónimo was incorporated into an ejido on March 25, 1925, with a total of 582 hectares of communal land.

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