Subdivisions of San Juan, Puerto Rico


Subdivisions of San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan is subdivided into 18 wards '“barrios” or neighbourhoods, 16 of which fall within the former (until 1951) municipio of Rio Piedras. 8 “barrios” are further subdivided in to “sub-barrios”, including both “barrios” of the former municipio of San Juan:

Former municipio of Río Piedras

*Caimito
*Cupey (formerly two “barrios”: Cupey Alto and Cupey Bajo)
*El Cinco
*Gobernador Piñero
*Hato Rey Central
**Ciudad Nueva
**Floral Park
**Las Monjas
**Quintana
*Hato Rey Norte
**El Vedado
**Eleanor Roosevelt
**Martín Peña
**Puerto Nuevo (including Puerto Nuevo Norte)
*Hato Rey Sur
**Bella Vista
**Hyde Park
**La 37
**Santa Rita
*Monacillo
*Monacillo Urbano
*Oriente
**Borínquen
**López Sicardó
**San José
*Río Piedras (pueblo)
**Buen Consejo
**Capetillo
**Monterey
**Río Piedras Antiguo
**Ubarri
**Venezuela
*Quebrada Arenas
*Sabana Llana Norte
*Sabana Llana Sur
*Tortugo
*Universidad
**Amparo
**Auxilio Mutuo
**Institución
**Valencia

Former municipio of San Juan (until 1951)

*Old San Juan, Puerto Rico (San Juan Antiguo)"'
**Ballajá
**Catedral
**Marina
**Mercado
**Puerta de Tierra
**San Cristóbal
**San Francisco
*Santurce
**Alto de Cabro
**Bayola
**Bolívar
**Buenos Aires
**Campo Alegre
**Chícaro
**Condadito
**Condado
**Figueroa
**Gandul
**Herrera
**Hipódromo
**Hoare
**Isla Grande (recently named the Puerto Rico Convention Center District)
**La Zona
**Las Casas
**Las Marías
**Las Palmas
**Loíza
**Machuchal
**Marruecos
**Martín Peña
**María Mozcó
**Melilla
**Merhoff
**Minillas
**Miramar
**Monteflores
**Obrero
**Ocean Park
**Parque
**Pozo del Hato
**Pulguero
**Sagrado Corazón
**San Juan Moderno
**San Mateo
**Seboruco
**Shanghai
**Tras Talleres
**Villa Palmeras

collective terms (former “barrios”)

*Sabana Llana is a former “barrio” of Río Piedras (current barrios of Sabana Llana Norte and Sabana Llana Sur, see above)
*Monacillos is a former “barrio” of Río Piedras (current barrios of Monacillo and Monacillo Urbano, see above)
*Hato Rey is a former “barrio” of Río Piedras (current barrios of Hato Rey Central, Hato Rey Norte, Hato Rey Sur , see above)


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