Barili, Cebu

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Barili
Municipality
Map of Cebu showing the location of Barili
Map of Cebu showing the location of Barili
Barili is located in Philippines
Barili
Barili
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates: 10°06′44″N 123°30′37″E / 10.11222°N 123.51028°E / 10.11222; 123.51028Coordinates: 10°06′44″N 123°30′37″E / 10.11222°N 123.51028°E / 10.11222; 123.51028
Country  Philippines
Region Central Visayas (Region VII)
Province Cebu
Congr. district 3rd district of Cebu
Founded 1632
Barangays 42
Government[1]
 • Mayor Teresito P. Marinas
Area[2]
 • Total 122.21 km2 (47.19 sq mi)
Population (2010)[3]
 • Total 65,524
 • Density 540/km2 (1,400/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+8)
ZIP code 6036
Dialing code 32
Income class 3rd class town; partially urban

Barili is a third class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 65,524 people.[3] Barili is located 61 kilometres (38 mi) southwest of Cebu City. It is bounded on the south by the municipality of Dumanjug; on the north by the municipality of Aloguinsan; on the east by the municipalities of Carcar and Sibonga; and on the west by the Tañon Strait. It is home to its main tourist attraction, the Mantayupan Falls.

Barangays[edit]

Barili is administratively subdivided into 42 barangays:[2]

  • Azucena
  • Bagakay
  • Balao
  • Bolocboloc
  • Budbud
  • Bugtong Kawayan
  • Cabcaban
  • Campangga
  • Dakit
  • Giloctog
  • Guibuangan
  • Giwanon
  • Gunting
  • Hilasgasan
  • Japitan
  • Cagay
  • Kalubihan
  • Kangdampas
  • Candugay
  • Luhod
  • Lupo
  • Luyo
  • Maghanoy
  • Maigang
  • Malolos
  • Mantalongon
  • Mantayupan
  • Mayana
  • Minolos
  • Nabunturan
  • Nasipit
  • Pancil
  • Pangpang
  • Paril
  • Patupat
  • Poblacion
  • San Rafael
  • Santa Ana
  • Sayaw
  • Tal-ot
  • Tubod
  • Vito

History[edit]

The word Barili comes from the name of a local grass called balili. The municipality was founded in 1632, though the parish of Barili was established in 1614. A cross was planted by Spaniards led by Captain Juan Juarado at their arrival at 1502, and still exists today.

Demographics[edit]

Population census of Barili
Year Pop. ±% p.a.
1990 47,789 —    
1995 52,060 +1.62%
2000 57,764 +2.25%
2007 60,430 +0.62%
2010 65,524 +2.99%
Source: National Statistics Office[3]

The population in 1903 was 31,617 persons.[4]

Economy[edit]

The economic output of Barili is mainly rice, maize, bananas, vegetables and coconuts.

List of former mayors[edit]

Capitanes Municipales (Spanish Times)[edit]

  1. Jose Aguilar
  2. Agustin Paras
  3. Emerenciano Carreon
  4. Gerardo Aguilar
  5. Pollcarpio Paras
  6. Romualdo Trinidad
  7. Pedro Jurado
  8. Hipolito Paras
  9. Ambrosio Alquizalas
  10. Aniceto Paras
  11. Tiburcio Paras
  12. Francisco Cabaton
  13. Felix Paras
  14. Raymundo Aguilar
  15. Tobias Vergara
  16. Lazaro Abad
  17. Leon Vergara
  18. Jacinto Alquizola
  19. Carlos Alquizola
  20. Claro Causin(g) - Became a representative of the sixth district of Cebu at the First Philippine Assembly in 1907.
  21. Ciriaco Paras
  22. Hilarion Alquizola
  23. Procopio Paras
  24. Natalio Abad
  25. Mariano Fajardo

Capitan Municipal (Revolutionary Period)[edit]

  1. Mariano Fajardo

Presidentes Municipales (American Regime)[edit]

  1. Mariano Fajardo
  2. Cloudualdo Rocamora
  3. Hilarion Alquizola
  4. Domingo Alcoseba
  5. Hilarion Buhay Pineda
  6. Bartolome Pañares
  7. Regino Barcenilla
  8. Miguel Abad
  9. Tomas Estrada
  10. Maximo Aguilar
  11. Isidro Abad
  12. Tomas Delgado
  13. Justino Causin
  14. Vicente Gonzales

Presidente Municipal (Japanese Occupation)[edit]

  1. Justino Causin

Presidente Municipal (since World War II)[edit]

  1. Vicente Vergara
  2. Jose Paras
  3. Justino Causin
  4. Alfonso Ch. Veloso
  5. Jose Paras
  6. Librada L. Pace
  7. Antonio Zosa
  8. Antonio Villaflor
  9. Jose Estrada
  10. Librada L. Pace
  11. Sergio Antonio V. Paras, Jr.
  12. Robert V. Alquizola
  13. Teresito P. Mariñas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Municipalities". Quezon City, Philippines: Department of the Interior and Local Government. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Province: Cebu". PSGC Interactive. Makati City, Philippines: National Statistical Coordination Board. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c "Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010". 2010 Census of Population and Housing. National Statistics Office. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  4. ^  Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Barili". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. 

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