List of barangays in Cabuyao

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Map of Cabuyao

The City of Cabuyao in the province of Laguna, Philippines is subdivided into eighteen (18) urbanized barangays.[1] Six of them are located along the National Highway, six on the lakeshore of Laguna de Bay, the country's largest lake, three Poblacion Barangays which was created under the Presidential Decree No. 86 and three on the western part and elevation portion of the city.[2]

The largest barangay in terms of land area is Barangay Gulod, it is popular for being the birthplace and hometown of Charice Pempengco,[3][4] the country's teen singing sensation. In terms of population, Barangay Mamatid is the most populous barangay of the city,[5] it is the site of Clarmil Manufacturing, Inc., the number one manufacturer of Goldilocks products in whole Southern Luzon.[6]

Barangays[edit]

No. Barangay Area (in km2) Population (Census 2010) Population Density (2010)Sample computation of quarterly income tax due and payable Barangay Captain (2013-2016)
1 Baclaran 1.74525 12,192 6,985/km2 Mauro D. Galang
2 Banay-Banay 3.10125 21,934 7.073/km2 Efren B. Cabuang
3 Banlic 2.3 12,675 5,511/km2 Philip Maurice L. Austria
4 Bigaa 2.091 10,051 4,807/km2 Mario M. Servo
5 Butong 1.62 12,360 7,630/km2 Eugenio E. Rosal
6 Casile 3.18 2,128 669/km2 Orlando P. de Sagun
7 Diezmo 1.59 2,681 1,686/km2 Alfredo M. Malabanan
8 Gulod 4.087 9,417 2,304/km2 Dominador V. Maniclang
9 Mamatid 2.6 50,213 19,313/km2 Ariel Bariring
10 Marinig 3.915 37,169 9,494/km2 Emiliano T. Lirio
11 Niugan 3.52027 26,807 7,615/km2 Severiano B. Hain
12 Pittland 2.91 1,740 598/km2 Nestor M. Domingo
13 Pulo 3.0 15,124 5,041/km2 Armando H. Amoranto
14 Sala 1.546 8,275 5,353/km2 Francisco J. Alimagno
15 San Isidro 3.14585 18,145 5,767/km2 Emerson L. Devoma
16 Barangay I Poblacion 0.23017 2,839 12,334/km2 Eduardo F. Ordoñez
17 Barangay II Poblacion 0.23333 1,840 7,886/km2 Micheal L. Dalmacio
18 Barangay III Poblacion 0.2365 2,846 12,034/km2 Ramon A. Refrea

Barangay location[edit]

Cabuyao City is composed of eighteen (18) urbanized barangays,[1] in which six of them are located along the National Highway, six on the lakeshore of Laguna de Bay, the country's largest lake, three Poblacion Barangays which was created under the Presidential Decree No. 86 and three on the western part and elevation portion of the town.[7]

Former Barangays[edit]

Year Name Description
1571–1742 Barangay Calamba Calamba became an independent pueblo on August 28, 1742. With the passage of Republic Act No. 9024 on April 7, 2001, it was promoted from a municipality into Laguna's second component city after San Pablo City.
1571–1688 Barangay Malabanan Biñan separated from its mother town Tabuco (now Cabuyao) in 1688 and became a town. In 2010, it was proclaimed as the fourth component city of Laguna.[8]
1571–1725 Barangay San Pedro Tunasan Barrio San Pedro became a separate town on January 18, 1725. And Tunasan is now a barangay of Muntinlupa City.[9]
1571–1792 Barangay Santa Rosa de Lima On the year after barrio Biñan became a separated town from Tabuco, Barrio Bukol (Santa Rosa, before separation from Biñan) separated from Cabuyao and became a town in January 15, 1792. It is now one of the four first class cities of the province of Laguna.[9]
1571–1678 Barangay Santo Tomas In 1678, Santo Tomas became a town in the neighbor province of Batangas.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Philippine Standard Geographic Code Archived 2011-11-14 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Cabuyao, Laguna/Barangay Locations Archived 2012-01-28 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Teen Singing Sensation at oprah.com. Retrieved on 19-February-2009
  4. ^ Voice of the Future at thenational.ae. Retrieved on 19-February-2009
  5. ^ 2007 Census table for Laguna Archived 2011-06-07 at the Wayback Machine. - National Statistics Office
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-01-02. Retrieved 2010-10-27. 
  7. ^ "Cabuyao, Laguna/Barangay Locations". Msc.edu.ph. Archived from the original on January 28, 2012. Retrieved January 25, 2012. 
  8. ^ The Official Website of Cabuyao, Laguna - History[permanent dead link]
  9. ^ a b "A Glimpse of Laguna's Unrevealed Story". Wowlaguna.com. August 3, 2010. Retrieved January 25, 2012. 

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