Pansol

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Pansol
Pansol (2013)
Pansol (2013)
Official seal of Pansol
Seal
Coordinates: 14°11′43″N 121°10′19″E / 14.19528°N 121.17194°E / 14.19528; 121.17194Coordinates: 14°11′43″N 121°10′19″E / 14.19528°N 121.17194°E / 14.19528; 121.17194
CountryPhilippines
CityCalamba
ProvinceLaguna
RegionCalabarzon (Region IV-A)
Government
 • ChairmanSally M. Dela Cruz
 • Councilors
  • Joel D. Martinez
  • Zenaida B. Alcantara
  • Magdalena M. Fabroquez
  • Larry T. Cuevas
  • Marcelino P. Ameglio
  • Merlita Aurea G. Manguiat
  • Alberto F. Luar
Area
 • Land5.282 km2 (2.039 sq mi)

Pansol is an urban barangay in Calamba, Laguna, Philippines. It is located at the southeast edge of the city.[1] The barangay is situated at the foot of Mount Makiling near the city's border with Los Baños and is known for its hot springs.

Economy[edit]

Billboards at the National Highway advertising several resorts in Pansol

The resorts industry of Pansol contributes significantly to the barangay's economy and has been known as a tourist destination for its resorts since the 1970s. In As of October 2009, there are about 700 resorts in Pansol.[2]

Geography[edit]

Pansol is subdivided into seven puroks numbered I to VII. The barangay covers a total area of 5.28 km2 (2.04 sq mi). It is surrounded by five other barangays.[1]

Directions Barangay
West Maunong
East Sucol
Bagong Kalsada
South Puting Lupa
North Bucal

Population[edit]

Barangay Hall of Pansol
Year Population Household
2014 12, 641 2, 790
2013 12, 172 2, 687
2012 11, 721 2, 687
2011 11, 286 2, 491
2010 10, 868 2, 630
2007 9, 980 2, 146
2000 8, 378 1, 697
1995 6, 517 ?
1990 4, 941 ?
1980 3, 192 ?

Education[edit]

Pansol is the site of at least two elementary schools namely E. Baretto Sr. Elementary School and Perpetual Help Elementary School as well as a senior high school, the E. Baretto National High School.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Brgy. Pansol". Official Website of the City of Calamba. City Government of Calamba. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
  2. ^ Cinco, Maricar (14 October 2009). "Flood hurts Calamba City resort industry". Inquirer Southern Luzon. Retrieved 26 May 2015.