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List of municipalities in Belize

Municipalities in Belize are divided into three types: cities, towns, and villages. Each type has a different form of government as defined by Title VIII of the Laws of Belize.[1]

Cities and towns

As of 2013, Belize has two cities and seven towns.[1][2]

Name Pop. (2010)[3] District
Cities
Belize City 68,189 Belize
Belmopan 17,861 Cayo
Towns
Benque Viejo del Carmen 7,168 Cayo
Corozal Town 11,587 Corozal
Dangriga 10,791 Stann Creek
Orange Walk Town 12,709 Orange Walk
Punta Gorda 6,351 Toledo
San Ignacio 17,878 Cayo
San Pedro 11,665 Belize

Villages

As of 2013, there are over 190 officially recognized villages in Belize.[2][4]

Corozal District

Orange Walk District

Belize District

Cayo District

Stann Creek District

Toledo District

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