Naucalpan de Juárez
Naucalpan de Juárez is a city and one of the 125 municipalities that make up the state of Mexico. It is the most industrialized municipality in the state, followed by the capital, Toluca, bordered on the east by the municipalities of Miguel Hidalgo and Azcapotzalco, on the south by the municipality of Huixquilucan, on the north by Tlalnepantla de Baz and Atizapán de Zaragoza and on the west by Jilotzingo. Composed of five original towns, three hundred eleven colonies and 151 postal codes, it is one of the municipalities with the greatest contribution to the state GDP.
It is recognized for being, together with its neighbor Huixquilucan, the municipalities with the highest economic affluence in the State of Mexico, as a result of its proximity to Mexico City and housing consolidated subdivisions such as the upper-middle class, such as Ciudad Satélite, Lomas Verdes, Paseo del Bosque, among others. However, problems such as poverty, water scarcity and crime continue to be a problem for 32% of the municipality's population, that is, close to 300,000 people.