|Municipality of Sibulan|
Sibulan Public Plaza
Map of Negros Oriental with Sibulan highlighted
|Region||Central Visayas (Region VII)|
|District||2nd district of Negros Oriental|
|• Type||Sangguniang Bayan|
|• Mayor||Jose Abiera|
|• Vice Mayor||Marcela Bartoces|
|• Electorate||27,774 voters (2016)|
|• Total||163.00 km2 (62.93 sq mi)|
|Population (2015 census)|
|• Density||360/km2 (940/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|IDD : area code||+63 (0)35|
|Climate type||Tropical climate|
|Income class||2nd municipal income class|
|Revenue (₱)||144,587,520.76 (2016)|
Sibulan, officially the Municipality of Sibulan, (Cebuano: Lungsod sa Sibulan; Filipino: Bayan ng Sibulan), is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 59,455 people.
Sibulan is also the location of the Balinsasayao Twin Lakes Natural Park, composed of Lake Balinsasayao and Lake Danao. The site, managed by the provincial government, is located 1,047 metres (3,435 ft) above sea level on Mount Talinis.
Sibulan is politically subdivided into 15 barangays.
- Enrique Villanueva
- San Antonio
Sibulan has six coastal barangays: from north to south they are Ajong, Looc, Poblacion, Cangmating, Maslog, Agan-an and Boloc-boloc. The provincial airport, known as the Dumaguete Airport, is actually in Agan-an, Sibulan. There is a growing number of guest houses and beach resorts from Cangmating southward to Dumaguete and the coral reefs of Ajong are attracting more dive boats.
The municipal seat is in barangay Poblacion, approximately midway along the coast of the town. The main municipal port facility is in Poblacion, where a fast ferry runs every hour to Santander on the tip of Cebu island. There is also a fishing and freight port in barangay Looc.
Sibulan has two small Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), which are coral reef areas that prohibit fishing, swimming and diving. One is in Agan-an, just north of the airport, the other is in Cangmating. These were established to improve the sustainability of the local fishery.
The inland barangays are primarily agricultural and residential with minimal business and public facilities. Most commercial development is along the national highway, which runs the length of the town from Dumaguete in the south to San Jose at the north. Most business and light industry is along the highway in Boloc-Boloc, Maslog, Agan-an and Poblacion. This is largely urban sprawl from Dumaguete seeking the advantageous tax rates in Sibulan.
Sibulan also boasts a golf course resort, perched on the foothills in barangay San Antonio, just north of the town center.
|Population census of Sibulan|
|Source: Philippine Statistics Authority|
|Ajong National High School||North National Highway, Ajong Negros Oriental|
|Bolocboloc High School||Bolocboloc, Sibulan|
|Enrique Villanueva High School||Tubod, Enrique Villanueva Sibulan|
|Maningcao National High School||Maningcao, Sibulan|
|San Antonio National High School||San Antonio, Negros Oriental|
|Sibulan National High School||Osmena St., Poblacion|
|Sibulan NHS - Balugo Ext.||Balugo, Sibulan Negros Oriental|
|Sibulan National High School - Maslog Ext.||Maslog, Sibulan|
|Sibulan Science High School||Campaclan, Sibulan|
|Tubigon High School||Tubigon, Sibulan|
|Sibulan Night High School||Poblacion, Sibulan|
- Bagtic Public School (Tubod)
- Balugo Elementary School
- Bolocboloc Elementary School
- Calabnugan Elementary School
- Calinawan Elementary School
- Cambajao Elementary School
- Cangmating Elementary School
- Cantalawan Elementary School
- Escaguit Elementary School
- Libertad Ong Calderon Memeorial ES (Ajong Elementary School)
- Lo-oc Elementary School
- Magatas Elementary School
- Magsaysay Memorial Elementary School
- Maningcao Elementary School
- Maslog Elementary School
- San Antonio Elementary School
- Sibulan Central Elementary School
- Tubigon Elementary School
- Tubtubon Elementary School
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