San Carlos, Pangasinan

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San Carlos
Component city
San Carlos Pangasinan 3.JPG
Official seal of San Carlos
Map of Pangasinan showing the location of San Carlos
Map of Pangasinan showing the location of San Carlos
San Carlos is located in Philippines
San Carlos
San Carlos
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates: 15°55′41″N 120°20′56″E / 15.92806°N 120.34889°E / 15.92806; 120.34889Coordinates: 15°55′41″N 120°20′56″E / 15.92806°N 120.34889°E / 15.92806; 120.34889
Country  Philippines
Region Ilocos (Region I)
Province Pangasinan
District 3rd district of Pangasinan
Founded 1578
Cityhood January 1, 1966
Barangays 86
 • Mayor Julier C. Resuello
 • Total 169.03 km2 (65.26 sq mi)
Population (2010)[3]
 • Total 175,103
 • Density 1,000/km2 (2,700/sq mi)
Time zone PHT (UTC+8)
ZIP code 2420
Dialing code 75
Income class 3rd class

San Carlos is a third class city in the Province of Pangasinan, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 175,103 people, making it the most populated city in Pangasinan.[3] and entire Region 1. Situated in the central plains of Pangasinan, its nearby neighbors are Lingayen, Binmaley, Calasiao, Santa Barbara, Malasiqui, Bayambang, Mangatarem, Urbiztondo and Aguilar with bordering Bugallon and Basista.[4]


Case Unclosed: Murder charges were filed against Angelito Soriano, Cesar de Guzman (alias Kabesa) and 2 John Does on May 2, 2007, for the April 28, 2007, 10:15 p.m. assassination of San Carlos City Mayor Julian Resuello and his civilian aide inside the city plaza as he was shaking hands with the audience at the city plaza during the coronation night for the city fiesta queen during a fiesta ball.

City mayor Douglas Soriano was linked to the killing. Other wounded persons, aside from SPO1 Jaime Almonite and Resuello, are Jonathan dela Cruz, 34, civilian aide; Arwin Fermin, 29, bystander; Paolo Bino, 14, bystander; and Reyna Munoz, 9, bystander. Jojo Martinez, 41, died.[5] Vice Mayor Julier Resuello assumed office. But the RTC dismissed the cases on January, 2012 for insufficiency of evidence.[6]

The incumbent Mayor Julier Resuello and his younger brother Vice Mayor Joseres Resuello who were both re-elected in 2010 are challenged by former mayor Douglas Soriano and son, incumbent Councilor Lester Soriano in the 2013 elections.[7][8]


San Carlos City is politically subdivided into 86 barangays.[2]

  • Abanon
  • M.Soriano St. (Poblacion)
  • Agdao
  • Anando
  • Antipangol
  • Aponit
  • Bacnar
  • Balaya
  • Balayong
  • Baldog
  • Balite Sur
  • Balococ
  • Bani
  • Bocboc
  • Bugallon-Posadas Street (Pob.)
  • Bogaoan
  • Bolingit
  • Bolosan
  • Bonifacio (Pob.)
  • Buenglat
  • Burgos-Padlan (Pob.)
  • Cacaritan
  • Caingal
  • Calobaoan
  • Calomboyan
  • Capataan
  • Caoayan-Kiling
  • Cobol
  • Coliling
  • Cruz
  • Doyong
  • Gamata
  • Guelew
  • Ilang
  • Inerangan
  • Isla
  • Libas
  • Lilimasan
  • Longos
  • Lucban (Pob.)
  • Mabalbalino
  • Mabini (Pob.)
  • Magtaking
  • Malacañang
  • Maliwara
  • Mamarlao
  • Manzon
  • Matagdem
  • Mestizo Norte
  • Naguilayan
  • Nelintap
  • Padilla-Gomez (Pob.)
  • Pagal
  • Palaming
  • Palaris (Pob.)
  • Palospos
  • Pangalangan
  • Pangoloan
  • Pangpang
  • Paitan-Panoypoy
  • Parayao
  • Payapa
  • Payar
  • Perez Boulevard (Pob.)
  • PNR Site (Pob.)
  • Polo
  • Quezon Boulevard (Pob.)
  • Quintong
  • Rizal Avenue (Pob.)
  • Roxas Boulevard (Pob.)
  • Salinap
  • San Juan
  • San Pedro (Pob.)
  • Sapinit
  • Supo
  • Talang
  • Taloy (Pob.)
  • Tamayo
  • Tandoc
  • Tarece
  • Tarectec
  • Tayambani
  • Tebag
  • Turac
  • Ano
  • Tandang Sora (Pob.)


City Hall
Population census of San Carlos City
Year Pop. ±% p.a.
1990 124,529 —    
1995 134,039 +1.39%
2000 154,264 +3.06%
2007 161,884 +0.67%
2010 175,103 +2.90%


Public Market

Farming, inland fishing, commerce and trade, small-scale manufacturing, handicraft, pottery, fruit-raising, flour-making, and mango production are the principal products of San Carlos.[9]


St. Dominic Church and city plaza

Interesting spots of the town include:

  • 424-year old Saint Dominic de Guzman Parish Church
  • Speaker Eugenio Perez Memorial Park
  • City Plaza
  • Quadricentennial Arch in Bolingit
  • Binalatongan Ruins in San Juan
  • Philippine Fruit Corporation at Barangay Pagal

Giant mango pie[edit]

On April 26, 2011, 86 barangays in San Carlos baked a 100-square-meter mango pie filling a gymnasium and set the Largest Mango Pie world record (400 sqm na mango pie, iniluto sa San Carlos City). Natives used 400 trays of mango pies (10 kilos each, P 400,000, in a 100-square-meter table and shared by more than 1,200). It highlights San Carlos City's Mango-Bamboo Festival 2011.[10][11][12][13]


Notable bus companies with service to and from Manila include Five Star Bus Company, Dagupan Bus Company, Fermina Express, De Leon Express, Santrans.

Jeepneys are available for commuters to access to its neighboring towns, like Calasiao and Malasiqui. Trycicles are also available for commuters to barrios and barangays.

Educational institutions[edit]

Saint Charles' Academy

Universities and colleges[edit]

High schools[edit]

  • Abanon National High School
  • Agdao Integrated School
  • Bacnar National High School
  • Bolingit National High School
  • Butterfly Kingdom e-Learning School, Inc. (BKeLS)
  • Cobol National High School
  • Coliling National High School
  • Doyong National High School
  • Ednas School of San Carlos (E-S-S-C)
  • Gospel of Christ Montessori School
  • Guelew Integrated School
  • Libas National High School
  • Lilimasan National High School
  • Mabalbalino National High School
  • Malacanang National High School
  • Mother Goose Special Science High School
  • Our Lady of Grace School of San Carlos City
  • Pangalangan National High School
  • Saint Dominic High School
  • Saint Albert the Great Science Academy, Baldog,SCCP
  • Saint Charles' Academy
  • Speaker Eugenio Perez National Agricultural School (SEPNAS)
  • Salinap National High School
  • San Luis High School
  • San Carlos Preparatory High School
  • Tamayo National High School
  • Tandoc National High School
  • Tarece Integrated School
  • Turac National High School
  • Virgen Milagrosa Special Science High School (VMSSHS)

Elementary schools[edit]

  • San Carlos College Elementary
  • Saint Albert the Great Science Academy, Baldog,SCCP
  • Saint Charles Academy
  • Salinap Elementary school
  • San Carlos Central 1 Elementary School(North)
  • San Carlos Central 2 Elementary School(South)
  • Abanon Central Elementary School
  • Agdao Integrated School
  • Ano Elementary School
  • Antipangol Elementary School
  • Aponit Elementary School
  • Bacnar Elementary School
  • Balaya Elementary School
  • Baldog Elementary School
  • Balite Sur Elementary School
  • Bani Elementary School
  • Bogaoan Elementary School
  • Bolingit Elementary School
  • Bolosan-Caingal Elementary School
  • Butterfly Kingdom e-Learning School,Inc.(BKeLS)
  • C. P. Gutierrez Elementary School
  • Calobaoan Elementary School
  • Calomboyan Elementary School
  • Candido Marcellano Elementary School
  • Clark Educational Center _ PNR Site
  • Caoayan Kiling Elementary School
  • Cobol Elementary School
  • Coliling Elementary School
  • Doyong Elementary School
  • Ednas School of San Carlos - Grade School (ESSC)
  • Gospel of Christ Montessori School
  • Libas Elementary School
  • Magtaking Elementary School
  • Mother Goose Special School System Inc.
  • Pagal Elementary School
  • Pangalangan Elementary School
  • Pangpang elementary school
  • Polo elementary school
  • Payapa Elementary School
  • Quintong elementary school
  • Rainbow School of San Carlos City
  • Talang Central Elementary School
  • Tandoc Elementary School
  • Tarece Integrated School
  • Tebag Elementary School
  • Virgen Milagrosa Child Learning Center(VMCLC)
  • Our Lady of Grace School of San Carlos City, (Pangasinan), Inc.
  • Payar Elementary School
  • Isla Elementary School
  • San Carlos Preparatory School
  • Guelew Integrated School
  • Julian Valerio Resuello Elementary School

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