Nueva Rosita is a town in the northeastern piece of the territory of Coahuila in northern Mexico. It lies around 11 km northwest of the city of Sabinas on Federal Highway 57, and fills in as the city seat of San Juan de Sabinas region. In 1990 the town was recorded as having a population of 36,284. The town was at first created during the 1930s. It remains today a significant assembling community for the north of Mexico.
The zone is the site of a coal mineshaft claimed by Grupo Mexico. On February 19, 2006, a blast happened in the mine, catching in excess of 60 diggers underground. The registration of 2005 detailed a population of 40,115 for the region of San Juan de Sabinas, of whom 36,639 lived in the network of Nueva Rosita. The region has a territory of 735.4 km². Its second-biggest town population 1,431 is likewise named San Juan de Sabinas. The fundamental ethnic gathering are mestizomixed European and Amerindian and European.