Quiroga is a municipality in the north of the Mexican state of Michoacán. Its municipal head has the same name. Its coordinates are 19°40'0 "N 101°32'0" W. It has an altitude of 2080 meters above sea level. It limits to the north with Coeneo, to the east with Morelia, to the south with Tzintzuntzan, and to the west with Erongarícuaro. It has an area of 211.52km², which is equivalent to 0.35% of the state's total. The climate is temperate and rainy in summer, with an annual rainfall of 788.6 millimeters and temperatures ranging from 5 to 25°C.
The total population of the City was 23,890 inhabitants in 2000, of which 11,327 were men, 12,566 women, and the economically active population in the same year was 4,757 people. In the municipality corn, wheat, beans and alfalfa are cultivated, and the cattle raising is reduced. There are footwear industries and industrial ironworks, among others. The municipality of Quiroga has a large market and offers some of the most important crafts of Michoacán. Trade and crafts are considered some of the main sources of income as they attract tourism.