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|Barangay Bagbaguin, Sta. Maria, Bulacan|
|• Barangay Captain||Anselmo J. Ramos|
|Elevation||40 m (130 ft)|
|Time zone||GMT (UTC+8)|
Bagbaguin (PSGC: 031423001) is one of the twenty-four barangays comprising the municipality of Santa Maria, Bulacan, in the Philippines. It is bordered by Barangay Turo in Bocaue on the south-west, Tabing Bakod on the south, Poblacion on the north-east, Sta. Clara on the north and San Gabriel on the east.
Area and Location
Bagbaguin is the 3rd largest barangay in Santa Maria with a land area of 763.58 hectares or 7.6358 km2, bigger than the barangay Poblacion.
Bagbaguin is located on the south-west portion of Sta. Maria and thirty kilometers north from Manila.
The prevailing climatic conditions in the barangay are categorized into two types: dry and wet season.
The annual mean temperature in the area is 27℃. The warmest month is May with a mean temperature of 29.9℃ while the coldest is January at 25.2℃.
The mean annual relative humidity in the Barangay is 77% which is not high. The mean monthly relative humidity is lowest in March at 64% and highest in September at 84%
As of 2007 census, Bagbaguin has a population of 10,389 people with a density of 1,360.56 person per km2. The projected population of the barangay by 2010 is 11,889 with a growth rate of 4.6%
This is the projected population of the barangay by the next few years:
- 2008 - 10,866
- 2009 - 11,366
- 2010 - 11,889
- 2011 - 12,436
- 2012 - 13,008
- 2013 - 13,607
- 2014 - 14,232
- 2015 - 14,887
- 2020 - 18,641
- 2030 - 29,228
Note: This is only a prediction.
Transportation and Communication
Public vehicles such as buses, jeepneys, and tricycles are the means of transportation in the barangay. Tricycles are available for 24 hours.
- Fortunato F. Halili Avenue
- Sta. Clara By-Pass Road
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