|Barangay Lantic (Brgy. 13)
Carmona, Cavite Philippines
Canyon Ranch view
|Nickname(s): Central of Agricultural District of the Municipality|
Map of Cavite showing the location of Carmona
|Region||(Region IV-A) CALABARZON|
|Incorporated (Barrio)||February 20, 1857|
|• Type||Sangguniang Barangay|
|• Barangay Chairman||Hon. Alejandro V. Trinidad|
|• Total||1,698.0 km2 (655.6 sq mi)|
|Elevation||38 m (125 ft)|
|• Density||2.4/km2 (6.2/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|Languages||Tagalog, Chabacano, and English|
|Income Class||1st Class|
Barangay Lantic is one of the fourteen urbanized barangays comprising the progressive municipality of Carmona in the province of Cavite, Philippines. It lies about 3 kilometers away from the town proper of Carmona and is situated at the eastern part of the municipality. It is the biggest barangay of Carmona, where most of the land here is farm. Located here are the residential-communities Canyon Ranch and the Carmona Estates, and the first "racino" facility in Asia, Manila Jockey Club (San Lazaro Leisure & Business Park). According to the 2010 Census it has a population of 4,066 people in a land area of 1,698.0 square kilometres.
Barangay Lantic is located on the eastern part of the municipality of Carmona. It is approximately 36 kilometers south of Manila and 38 kilometers from Trece Martires City, Cavite's provincial capital. It is bounded on the north by the Barangay Maduya, Barangay Mabuhay on the west, Biñan City on the east and Silang, Cavite on the south.
With a total land area of 1,698 hectares or 1,698.0 square kilometers. Carmona represents 2.17% of the total land area of the province. This area is occupied almost 55% of the total land area of the municipality.
Barangay Lantic is generally found on the mountain foot slope. It forms the rolling tuffaceous plateau. This topography includes steep hills, ridges and elevated inland valley with slope ranging from 8-18% and in the hilly and mountainous area. It is situated at a very high elevation with slope ranging from 15% to more than 40%.
Barangay Lantic has two pronounced seasons – the dry season, which usually begins in November and ends in April, and the rainy season, which starts in May and ends in October. Barangay Lantic's cool periods are from December to February while the summer months are from April to May. March, April, May, June, and July are the warmest months with an average temperature of 28.8 degrees Celsius. January, February and December are cooler with an average temperature of 25.8 degrees Celsius.
According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 4,066 people in a land area of 1,698.0 square kilometres.
|Barangay||Population||No. of households||No. of families|
The west of downtown is the Barrio Lantic in Carmona. According to the adults in this area, the area that it previously madawag. Some from the Silang decides to clean up this place and build a houses and counted them to this area. Later, they has a agreement to name this barrio. Some had that customize the name in the range of house like the letter "L". Others are like "Pinaglantikan". Finally determined "Lantic" to given the name.
- Manila Jockey Club (San Lazaro Leisure & Business Park)
- The first "racino" facility in Asia. It is a 77-hectare (190 acres) prime property located in Carmona, Cavite, about 36 kilometers south of Metro Manila. The facility is managed by the Manila Jockey Club Inc.
- Casino Filipino (Pagcor Filipino) - San Lazaro
- Location: San Lazaro Leisure Park, Barangay Lantic
- This brand new and well maintained 90 sq. m. (900 sq. ft.) intimate club is located inside the gated community of Canyon Ranch in Carmona, Cavite. The casino area is situated at the fourth floor of the grandstand and is managed by Casino Filipino.
- Carmona Baseball Academy
- The baseball field, located in Brgy. Lantic consists of three baseball diamonds. G.E. & H Academy is committed to provide baseball training for free to the youth of Carmona in accordance with the sports program of the municipal government.
- Carmona Firing Range
- Carmona Ecology Center
- As part of the Balik Inang Kalikasan, Balik Amang Pabrika (BIKBAP) Program on Waste Recycling, the Carmona Ecology Center (CEC) was established and started operating in February 2000. The CEC processes the sorted waste from the households.
- Canyon Ranch
- Carmona Estates
- Kinnari Village
- Pinecrest Village
- Amandala Village
- Cedar Village
- The Oaks Village
- Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel
- Hillside and Riverside subdivision
The economy of Carmona is generally agricultural. Almost half of its total land area is devoted to agriculture and found here. Foreign investments are pouring in as export-oriented industries continue to flourish.
The major crops produced in the Barangay Lantic are lowland and upland rice and sugarcane. Other crops grown are corn, vegetables, root crops, and fruit trees.
In 2000, an area covering some 23.5 hectares was planted with various crops and fruit trees. These yielded an estimated 444 metric tons of assorted products.
Livestock and poultry raising in the barrio are largely backyard family enterprises. Animals raised are generally for home consumption and additional income source for the family.
Schools in Barangay Lantic include a private school, two day care centers and a public elementary school with many students.
- Public (elementary)
- Lantic Elementary School - Barangay Lantic
- Paligawan Matanda Elementary School - Sitio Paligawan Matanda, Barangay Lantic
- Public (pre-school, day care)
- Lantic Elementary School (inside) - Barangay Lantic
- Lantic Day Care Center - Barangay Lantic
- Private (pre-school, learning center, elementary, high school, college)
- St. Anthony De Carmelli Academy - Carmona Estates, Barangay Lantic