Quito, in the last few years, has been subject to a great
urbanization change that extends towards the north, south, the
Valleys of Tumbaco (northeast) and Los Chillos (southeast). This has
allowed a remarkable economic and population growth that has
generated advances in the industry, economy, trade and hotel
industry. It has also configured new actors and new social demands.
This demanded from the local government a geographical and
administrative reorganization, and that of government conduction of