|Region||Eastern Visayas (Region VIII)|
|Congr. district||4th district of Leyte|
|• Mayor||Marcos Gregorio M. Cerillo|
|• Vice Mayor||Dodong Pinar|
|• Total||64.01 km2 (24.71 sq mi)|
|• Density||680/km2 (1,800/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
The town was created from the barrios of Quiot, Sta. Cruz, Libertad, Matlang, Tolingon, Bantigue, Apale and Jonan from the town of Mérida by virtue of Republic Act No. 191.
- Marvel (Pob.)
- Monte Alegre
- Puting Bato
- San Francisco
- San Roque
- Santa Cruz Relocation
- Santo Niño (Pob.)
- Santo Rosario
|Population census of Isabel|
|Source: National Statistics Office|
Isabel is an industrialized town in Eastern Visayas, home to the Leyte Industrial Development Estate (LIDE). Some of the companies located there are the Philippine Phosphate Fertilizer Corp. (PHILPHOS), Philippine Associated Smelting and Refining Corp. (PASAR), and Lepanto Mining Corp. It has earned its moniker as "Saudisabel" because of the high availability of jobs. As a result, Isabelanons enjoy a relatively high standard of living.
Isabel is home of LIDE Learning Center (LLCI), a prestigious institution. Isabel has one higher institution of learning which is the Visayas State University–Isabel Campus. It offers undergraduate degrees in education, industrial engineering,mechanical engineering, agri-business and information technology and various two-year technological courses that caters the need of the local and national industry.
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- Philippine Standard Geographic Code
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- Local Governance Performance Management System