|Motto: Bagong Mauban: Pagyamanin natin, atin ito!
(Tagalog: New Mauban: Let us enrich it, it is ours!)
|Region||CALABARZON (Region IV-A)|
|District||1st district of Quezon|
|• Mayor||Fernando Q. Llamas|
|• Vice Mayor||Leonchito A. Gapasangra|
|• Total||415.98 km2 (160.61 sq mi)|
|• Density||150/km2 (380/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|Income class||1st class; partially urban|
The Municipality of Mauban (Filipino: Bayan ng Mauban) is a first class municipality in the province of Quezon, Philippines. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 55,866 people. The town center lies 157 km (98 mi) southeast from Manila and some 52 km (32 mi) from Lucena City, capital of Quezon province.
Mauban is politically subdivided into 40 barangays.
- Cagbalete I
- Cagbalete II
- Cagsiay I
- Cagsiay II
- Cagsiay III
- Lual (Pob.)
- Mabato (Pob.)
- Daungan (Pob.)
- Bagong Bayan (Pob.)
- Sadsaran (Pob.)
- Rizaliana (Pob.)
- Remedios I
- Remedios II
- San Gabriel (Formerly known as Tubog )
- San Isidro
- San Jose
- San Lorenzo
- San Miguel
- San Rafael
- San Roque
- San Vicente
- Santa Lucia
- Santo Angel
- Santo Niño
- Lual Rural
|Population census of Mauban|
|Source: National Statistics Office|
In 2000, the Quezon Power Project, a 440 megawatt coal power plant was constructed to bring consistent power to the area. It was the first privately built, owned, and operated power generating facility in the Philippines.
As of August 2008, the Department of Education lists 35 public schools in Mauban; 29 are Elementary schools, while the remaining 6 are High Schools. The Elementary schools are divided into two districts: Mauban North and Mauban South.
Mauban North Elementary School District
- Balaybalay Elementary School
- Concepcion Elementary School
- Liwayway Elementary School
- Mabato Elementary School
- Mauban North Elementary School I
- Mauban North Elementary School II
- Remedios I Elementary School
- Remedios I Preschool (Annex) Bulusok
- Remedios II Elementary School
- San Lorenzo Elementary School
- San Miguel Elementary School
- SWA Elementary School
Mauban South Elementary School District
- Bagong Bayan Elementary School
- Cagbalete I Annex Elementary School
- Cagbalete I Elementary School
- Cagbalete II (P.H. Dela Costa) Elementary School
- Cagsiay I Elementary School
- Cagsiay II Elementary School
- Cagsiay III Annex Elementary School
- Cagsiay III Elementary School
- Doña Aurora Elementary School
- Mauban South Central Elementary School
- Plaridel Elementary School
- Polo Elementary School
- Rosario Elementary School
- San Jose Elementary School
- Sta. Lucia Elementary School
- Sto. Niño Elementary School
- Cagbalete Island National High School
- Cagsiay I National High School
- Cagsiay III-Cagsiay I National High School Extension
- Dr. Maria D. Pastrana National High School (Mauban Science-Oriented High School)
- Liwayway National High School
- M.S. Enverga Memorial SAT Quezon National School of Arts & Trades
Mauban also has two private schools, Central Quezon Academy in Barangay Mabato and Mother Perpetua Parochial School in Barangay Lual Poblacion. It also has one college, Pambayang Kolehiyo ng Mauban.
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