Mamatid, Cabuyao

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Barangay Mamatid
Barangay of Mamatid
City of Cabuyao
Urbanized Barangay
Diocesan Shrine of San Vicente Ferrer
Diocesan Shrine of San Vicente Ferrer
Official seal of Barangay Mamatid
Nickname(s): Nayon ng Mamatid, Barrio Mamatid
Country  Philippines
Region CALABARZON (Region IV-A)
Province Laguna
City Cabuyao City
Puroks 3
Incorporated (settlement) 1571
Incorporated (barrio) 1946
 • Type Sangguniang Barangay, with a chairman as its head supported by seven barangay councilors
 • Barangay Chairman Gabriel C. Bariring II
 • Urbanized Barangay 2.6 km2 (1.00387 sq mi)
 • Urban 2.6 km2 (1.00387 sq mi)
Population (May 2010)
 • Urbanized Barangay 50,213
 • Density 19,000/km2 (50,000/sq mi)
 • Urban 50,213
 • Urban density 19,000/km2 (50,000/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+8)
 • Summer (DST) Manila (UTC)
Zip Code 4025
Area code(s) 049
Languages Tagalog and English
Demonym Mamateños

Mamatid (Ma-ma-tíd), officially known as Barangay Mamatid (PSGC: 043404009), is one of the eighteen urbanized[1] barangays comprising the city of Cabuyao in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It lies about 6.5 kilometers from the city proper of Cabuyao and is situated at the eastern portion of the city. According to the 2010 Census,[2] it has a population of 50,213 inhabitants (this grew from 37,166 in Census 2007),[3] making it ranked as the most populous barangay in Cabuyao. This is due to a large influx of people migrating to many subdivisions located in the barangay.

Barangay Mamatid is popular for its three college schools; many private schools, including Catholic schools, from pre-school to high school; seven day care centers; and a public elementary school, with many students.

The barangay is known for its Diocesan Shrine dedicated to Saint Vincent Ferrer, which many devotees from other provinces and neighboring towns and barangays come to visit.

Political division[edit]

It is politically subdivided into three Puroks:

Purok I

  • VIllamil Compound (Free Farmers)
  • Leticia Compound
  • Ciudad Montrina
  • Cresenciana Homes
  • Extraordinary Homes
  • Extraordinary Homes Executive Series
  • Mabuhay City Phase III-Cluster
  • Mabuhay City Phase III-Executive
  • Mabuhay City Phase III-Luxury
  • Mabuhay City Phase V
  • Mabuhay City Phase V-Executive
  • Mabuhay City Phase VI
  • Mabuhay City Phase VI-Executive
  • Mabuhay City Phase VII-A
  • Mabuhay City Phase VII-B
  • Mabuhay City Phase VII-C
  • Oro Ville Subdivision
  • St. Joseph Village 3

Purok II

  • Barangay Proper
  • Buena Rosario
  • Cassandra Homes
  • Corazon Compound
  • Greencrest Ville
  • Mabuhay City Phase II
  • Mabuhay City Phase II-Extension
  • Mabuhay City Phase II-Extension (Additional)
  • Mabuhay City Phase IV
  • St. Vincent Compound

Purok III

  • Aplaya
  • Mabuhay City Phase I
  • Mabuhay City Phase I-Executive
  • Mabuhay City Value Homes


Land Area[edit]

The total land area of Barangay Mamatid is 26 hectares or 2,600 square kilometers (km2), ranking Ninth largest out of the eighteen barangays in Cabuyao. It lies about 6.5 kilometers away from the town proper and is situated at the eastern portion of the city.[4]


It is located south of Laguna de Bay, the country's largest lake; southwest of Brgy. Uwisan and west of Brgy. Banlic in Calamba City; north of Brgy. Banlic; northeast of Brgy. San Isidro; east of Brgy. Gulod; and southeast of Brgy. Baclaran in Cabuyao City.

It is one of the six "along the lake" barangays of the town, along with Barangays Baclaran, Gulod, Marinig, Butong and Bigaa.[4]


The new Mamatid Health Center


The rainfall of Barangay Mamatid is characterized by two pronounced seasons, the wet and dry seasons. The wet season is from June to November, and the relatively dry season lasts from December to May. The average rainfall is about 2,000 mm of rain falling per year, with about 150 rainy days.[5]


The coldest months are from November to January, and the warmest month on the record is May. On average, a 12 °C temperature difference exists between the warmest and coolest months. The mean annual temperature is a warm 27.5 °C.[5]


The annual relative humidity is 70%. The most humid months are June, July, August and September, with the normal relative humidity registered at 84%, while April and May are the driest at 70%.[5]


Population Census of Mamatid
Year Pop. ±% p.a.
2000 10,020 —    
2007 37,166 +19.82%
2010 50,213 +11.57%

According to the 2010 Census,[2] it has a population of 50,213 inhabitants, which grew from 37,166 in the 2007 Census[3] and 10,020 in the 2000 Census. Mamatid is currently the most populous barangay of the city.

No. Barangay Rank Population (2007) Population (2010) Population Density (2010) Annual Growth Rate (Average)
1 Baclaran 9th 12,683 12,192 6,985/km2 Decrease-0.43%
2 Banay-Banay 4th 17,419 21,934 7.073/km2 Increase2.88%
3 Banlic 7th 9,707 12,675 5,511/km2 Increase3.4%
4 Bigaa 10th 8,649 10,051 4,807/km2 Increase1.8%
5 Butong 8th 12,274 12,360 7,630/km2 Increase0.07%
6 Casile 16th 1,555 2,128 669/km2 Increase4.09%
7 Diezmo 15th 2,689 2,681 1,686/km2 Decrease-.1%
8 Gulod 11th 10,127 9,417 2,304/km2 Decrease-0.78%
9 Mamatid 1st 37,166 50,213 19,313/km2 Increase3.9%
10 Marinig 2nd 25,619 37,169 9,494/km2 Increase5.01%
11 Niugan 3rd 21,993 26,807 7,615/km2 Increase2.43%
12 Pittland 18th 1,627 1,740 598/km2 Increase0.77%
13 Pulo 6th 13,193 15,124 5,041/km2 Increase1.63%
14 Sala 12th 7,491 8,275 5,353/km2 Increase1.16%
15 San Isidro 5th 15,495 18,145 5,767/km2 Increase1.9%
16 Barangay I Poblacion 14th 2,589 2,839 12,334/km2 Increase1.07%
17 Barangay II Poblacion 17th 1,947 1,840 7,886/km2 Decrease-0.61%
18 Barangay III Poblacion 13th 3,153 2,846 12,034/km2 Decrease-1.08%
TOTAL 6th 205,376 248,436 5,700/km2 Increase6.34%

Barangay income[edit]

Barangay Mamatid has an income per capita of PhP 15,973,620.00 (for fiscal year 2012). It is currently the fastest-growing barangay of the city.

Churches and chapels[edit]

Parish church[edit]

San Vicente Ferrer Parish - Parroquia de Mamatid (Mamatid Parish) was founded in September 1946 under the Archdiocese of Lipa, which later became under the Diocese of San Pablo San Pablo City, Laguna. It was named in honor of Saint Vincent Ferrer, the barangay's patron saint. A large crowd went there on his feast day (April 5). It is the first barangay church to become a parish in Laguna.


The Diocesan Shrine of San Vicente Ferrer was declared on March 26, 2010 in the celebration of the consecration and dedication of the parish church.


Chapels under the supervision of San Vicente Ferrer Parish are:

  • Immaculate Concepcion Chapel (Brgy. Baclaran)
  • Saint Raphael Archangel Mini Parish (Brgy. Gulod)
  • The Risen Lord Chapel (Mabuhay City Subdivision - Phase 1, Brgy. Mamatid)
  • Saint Joseph the Worker Chapel (Mabuhay City Subdivision - Phase 5, Brgy. Mamatid)
  • Mabuhay Mini Chapel (Mabuhay City Subdivision - Phase 3, Brgy. Mamatid)
  • San Vicente ferrer parish church

Other churches[edit]

  • United Church of Christ in the Philippines (Brgy. Mamatid)
  • Members, Church of God International (Ang Dating Daan) (Mabuhay City Subd. Brgy. Mamatid)

Barangay officials (2013-2016)[edit]

Barangay Captain: Gabriel C. Bariring II

Sangguniang Barangay members:

  • Ambell M. Himpisao
  • Justino H. Lapaz
  • Jervis R. Himpisao
  • Emmil C. Lapidario
  • Gil L. Naval III
  • Fritz Gail P. Antioquia

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External links[edit]

Coordinates: 14°16′42″N 121°7′29″E / 14.27833°N 121.12472°E / 14.27833; 121.12472