Gingoog

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Gingoog
Component City
City of Gingoog
Skyline view of Gingoog
Skyline view of Gingoog
Official seal of Gingoog
Seal
Nickname(s): City of Good luck
Map of Misamis Oriental with Gingoog highlighted
Map of Misamis Oriental with Gingoog highlighted
Gingoog is located in Philippines
Gingoog
Gingoog
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates: 8°49′N 125°06′E / 8.82°N 125.1°E / 8.82; 125.1Coordinates: 8°49′N 125°06′E / 8.82°N 125.1°E / 8.82; 125.1
Country  Philippines
Region Northern Mindanao (Region X)
Province Misamis Oriental
District 1st District
Founded 1750
Cityhood June 18, 1960
Barangays 79 (see Barangays)
Government[1]
 • Type Sangguniang Panlungsod
 • Mayor Stella Marie L. Guingona
 • Vice Mayor Ruthie L. Guingona
 • Electorate 75,130 voters (2016)
Area[2]
 • Total 568.44 km2 (219.48 sq mi)
Population (2015 census)[3]
 • Total 124,648
 • Density 220/km2 (570/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (PST)
ZIP code 9014
PSGC 104308000
IDD:area code +63 (0)88
Climate type Tropical climate
Income class 2nd city income class
Revenue (₱) 766,410,433.59 (2016)
Native languages Cebuano
Binukid
Subanon language
Tagalog
Website www.gingoog.gov.ph

Gingoog, officially the City of Gingoog, (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Hingoog; Filipino: Lungsod ng Hingoog), or simply referred to as Gingoog City, is a 2nd class city in the province of Misamis Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 124,648 people.[3]

Like other municipalities in the Philippines that retained Spanish-based orthography, the city name is spelled as Gingoog but is pronounced as ['hiŋuʔog] or /hee-ngu-og/ since it originated as a Manobo word.

Geography[edit]

Gingoog is located in the Province of Misamis Oriental in the Northern Mindanao Region on Mindanao island. The city is approximately 122 kilometres (76 mi) east of Cagayan de Oro City and 74 kilometres (46 mi) west of Butuan City. It is bounded on the east by the Municipality of Magsaysay; on the west by the Municipality of Medina; on the south by the Municipality of Claveria; and on the north by Gingoog Bay. Its total land area is 56,844 hectares (140,460 acres).

Barangays[edit]

Gingoog City is politically subdivided into 79 barangays. In 1957, the sitio of Malibod was converted into a barrio.[4]

The 79 barangays are the following:

  • Agay-ayan
  • Alagatan
  • Anakan
  • Bagubad
  • Bakidbakid
  • Bal-ason
  • Bantaawan
  • Binakalan
  • Capitulangan
  • Daan-Lungsod
  • Dinawehan
  • Eureka
  • Hindangon
  • Kalagonoy
  • Kalipay
  • Kamanikan
  • Kianlagan
  • Kibuging
  • Kipuntos
  • Lawaan
  • Lawit
  • Libertad
  • Libon
  • Lunao
  • Lunotan
  • Malibud
  • Malinao
  • Maribucao
  • Mimbuntong
  • Mimbalagon
  • Mimbunga
  • Minsapinit
  • Murallon
  • Odiongan
  • Pangasihan
  • Pigsaluhan
  • Punong
  • Ricoro
  • Samay
  • Sangalan
  • San Jose
  • San Juan
  • San Luis
  • San Miguel
  • Santiago
  • Tagpako
  • Talisay
  • Talon
  • Tinabalan
  • Tinulongan
  • Barangay 1
  • Barangay 2
  • Barangay 3
  • Barangay 4
  • Barangay 5
  • Barangay 6
  • Barangay 7
  • Barangay 8
  • Barangay 9
  • Barangay 10
  • Barangay 11
  • Barangay 12
  • Barangay 13
  • Barangay 14
  • Barangay 15
  • Barangay 16
  • Barangay 17
  • Barangay 18
  • Barangay 18-A
  • Barangay 19
  • Barangay 20
  • Barangay 21
  • Barangay 22
  • Barangay 22-A
  • Barangay 23
  • Barangay 24
  • Barangay 24-A
  • Barangay 25
  • Barangay 26

History[edit]

The city was founded by Spanish missionaries in 1750. It was the oldest city in Misamis Oriental Province, even older than the province's capital and economic hub, Cagayan de Oro, which was founded in 1871.

The term Gingoog originally came from the word "Hingoog", which means "Goodluck", from a Lumad tribe of Manobo who settled in the area.[5] The word implies good fortune, thus Gingoog City means the City of Good Luck. The natives of this place are the ones with the family names of "Gingco", and "Gingoyon".

In 1957, the sitio of Binuangan was converted into a barrio known as Talisay.[6]

Demographics[edit]

Population census of Gingoog
YearPop.±% p.a.
1903 2,876—    
1918 5,391+4.28%
1939 16,746+5.55%
1948 30,699+6.97%
1960 52,677+4.60%
1970 65,522+2.20%
1975 66,577+0.32%
1980 79,937+3.72%
1990 82,582+0.33%
1995 87,530+1.10%
2000 102,379+3.42%
2007 112,247+1.28%
2010 117,908+1.81%
2015 124,648+1.06%
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority[3][7][8][9]

Economy[edit]

The city's total income during year 2000 reached P296,731.65, of which 292,077.262.40 or 98.43% accrued in the General Fund while P4,653,809.25 or 1.5% accrued in the Special Education Fund. Comparatively, the 1999 income level of P250.64 Million has increased by P46.09 Million or 18.39%. The biggest bulk of the city's income was derived from tax revenues complementing around 95.5% of the total earnings of the year. One major component of this income class is the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) which contributed a total amount of P259.69 Million or 93.04%. Said IRA has increased by P37.43 Million or 16.83% against that of 1999. Local revenue contributed only 10.04% of the City's total annual income.

Total expenditure incurred by the city for the whole year reached to about P243.54 Million, of which P239.66 Million was spend from the General Fund and P3.88 Million was spent from the Special Education Fund. Comparatively, an increase of about P9.76 Million or 4.17% over 1999.

By expense class, personal services absorbed as much as P161.74 Million or 66.41%. That includes the services of the devolved employees, newly created positions as mandated by R.A. 7160 and project engaged workers. Maintenance and other operating expenses followed with P45.35 Million, or 18.62%, then Capital Outlay with P36.46 Million, or 14.97%.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "City". Quezon City, Philippines: Department of the Interior and Local Government. Retrieved 30 May 2013.
  2. ^ "Province: Misamis Oriental". PSGC Interactive. Quezon City, Philippines: Philippine Statistics Authority. Retrieved 12 November 2016.
  3. ^ a b c Census of Population (2015). "Region X (Northern Mindanao)". Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay. PSA. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
  4. ^ "An Act Creating a Certain Barrio in the Municipality of Gingoog, Province of Misamis Oriental". LawPH.com. Archived from the original on 2012-07-11. Retrieved 2011-04-12.
  5. ^ Gingoog
  6. ^ "An Act Creating the Barrio of Talisay, Municipality of Giñgoog, Province of Misamis Oriental". LawPH.com. Archived from the original on 2012-07-14. Retrieved 2011-04-12.
  7. ^ Census of Population and Housing (2010). "Region X (Northern Mindanao)". Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay. NSO. Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  8. ^ Censuses of Population (1903–2007). "Region X (Northern Mindanao)". Table 1. Population Enumerated in Various Censuses by Province/Highly Urbanized City: 1903 to 2007. NSO.
  9. ^ "Province of Misamis Oriental". Municipality Population Data. Local Water Utilities Administration Research Division. Retrieved 17 December 2016.

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