Region XVI (Mexico State)

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Zumpango is a region, located in the north of the State of Mexico in the country of the same name. It is also known as the Region XVI Zumpango and has seen major population growth. It has a surface area of 8.305 km² and occupies 12.8% of the state's territory. The seat of Zumpango Region is Zumpango de Ocampo city.

The region is dominated by a dry and moderate sub-humid climates and the reliefs fence with lomerios that part with the Eje Neovolcánico located at a northern pass leading out of the Valley of Mexico and Mezquital Valley [clarification needed]. Agricultural production is very important to the region, and ranching and craftwork are also part of its development.

Municipality Area (km²) 2010[1] Population 2005 Census Population 2010 Census Population density (/km² 2010)
Apaxco 80.34 25,738 27,521 42.1
Hueypoxtla 246.95 36,512 39,864 39.6
Jaltenco 3.30 26,359 26,328 113.7
Nextlalpan 42.49 22,507 34,374 41.3
Tequixquiac 96.37 28,039 33,907 82.04
Tonanitla 17.10 8,081 10,216 41.3
Zumpango 244.08 127,988 159,647 41.3
Region XVI Zumpango 2795.1 275,224 331,857 56.5

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