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Geography, Location and Area


The city of Taguig is positioned at approximately 14 latitude and 120 longitude on the
southern part of Metro Manila along the northeastern coast of Laguna de Bay. It is bounded by
Laguna de Bay in the East; Pateros, Pasig and Taytay in the north; Makati and Pasay in the west;
Paraaque in the southwest; and Muntinlupa in the south. The city belongs to the Laguna de Bay
watershed region otherwise known as the Laguna de Bay Basin as defined by Section 2, E. O. 927
(1983) along with 108 municipalities and cities of Metro Manila and the provinces of Rizal, Quezon,
Batangas, Cavite and Quezon.
It has a total area of 4,538.2 hectares ( 45.382 sq. km. ) as per approved Cadastral Survey Mcdam
500 D by the NCR Land Management Bureau indicating a 1995 average density of 8,403 persons
per sq. km. It covers 18 barangays including some 1,626.2 hectares in what used to be he Fort
Bonifacio Military Reservation.
Area Distribution of Taguig
Barangays
Area in
Percent (%)
sq. km.
1. Bagumbayan
3,620
7.98
2. Bagong Tanyag
2,170
4.78
3. Upper Bicutan
1,440
3.17
4. Lower Bicutan
2,350
5.18
5. Maharlika Village
510
1.112
6. Western Bicutan
3,550
7.82
7. Signal Village
1,100
2.42
8. Hagonoy
1,620
3.57
9. Wawa
1,980
4.36
10. Bambang
920
2.03
11. Ususan
1,450
3.20
12. Tuktukan
310
0.68
13. Sta. Ana
220
0.48
14. Calzada
1,770
3.90
15. Ligid-Tipas
680
1.50
16. Ibayo-Tipas
1,560
3.44
17. Palingon
1,170
2.58
18. Napindan
2,700
5.95
Fort Bonifacio Military Reservation
16,262
35.83
TOTAL
45,382
100.00
SOURCE : City Development Planning Office

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Taguig consists of 2 terrain units; a western undulating section and an eastern alluvial portion,
which extends into the Laguna de Bay. The undulating to gently sloping terrain is underlain by a
gently dipping sequence of pyroclastic rocks essentially made up of tuffs, tuffaceous sandstones
and conglomerates belonging to the Guadalupe formation. This formation is represented by
massive to thickly bedded lithic tuff and tuffaceous sandstone as revealed by grading operations
along the Fort Bonifacio area.
Based on the Geologic Map of Taguig , it has two major geologic formations namely:

Quaternary Alluvial (QA1) which is comprised of detrital deposits mostly silt, sand and gravel;
and
Guadalupe formation (GF) of which the upper member (Diliman Tuff) is thin to medium
bedded, fine-grained, vitric tuffs and welded volcanic breccias with subordinate amounts of
tuffaceous, fine to medium grained sandstone.

Members of the Pleistocene Guadalupe Formation predominantly underlie the terrain where Taguig
lies. These are mainly Alat Conglomerate and Diliman Tuff. Early Pleistocene to late Pleistocene
conglomerate, silty mudstone and tuffaceous sandstone comprise the lower member while late
pleistocene well-bedded tuff units make up the upper member. The constituents of the Diliman Tuff
were most likely derived from a volcano on the central lobe of Laguna de Bay to the south based
on its aerial distribution pattern and lithological similarity with those in the northern vicinity of the
central lobe of Laguna de Bay. On the other hand, Quaternary alluvial deposits of the Marikina
Alluvial plain and Pasig River Delta plain cover western areas of the municipality. The presence of
the marine sediments suggest that the quaternary alluvium was probably deposited after uplift of
the Guadalupe formation, possibly as a result of movements along the Marikina Valley Fault
System (MVFS) (Punongbayan,1996)

Geomorphology
As illustrated by Figure 2.4, there are five main types of soils found in Taguig. These are Bay Clay
Loam, Guadalupe Clay, Marikina Clay Loam, Quinqua Fine Sandy Loam and the Unmodified Soil
found in Fort Bonifacio and barangays Western Bicutan, Maharlika and Ligid Tipas. Bay Clay Loam
is dark brown in color and has fine granules which is friable when dry, but very sticky when wet.
This particular soil type is found in barangays Ibayo-Tipas and Napindan. The Guadalupe clay, on
the other hand, is nearly black in color and coarse in texture. It is granular to coddy when dry, and
very fine sticky when wet and found in the barangays of Bambang, Upper and Lower Bicutan,
Hagonoy, Ususan and Wawa. The Marikina Clay Loam, also brown and friable, is found in
Barangays Calzada, Sta. Ana and Tuktukan. Moreover, Quinqua fine sandy loam underlies
barangays Bagumbayn and Bagong Tanyag.

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Based on the Physiography Map of Taguig, extensive portion of Taguig covering the former Military
Camp of Fort Bonifacio is composed of undulating low graded tuff. On the other hand, an area
bordered by Pateros, Pasig and Laguna de Bay is made of broad alluvial deposits, while the
smallest southwestern portion towards Muntinlupa is mainly composed of minor alluvial deposits.

Topography, Elevation and Slope


About sixty-five percent of the land in Taguig is level while the rest are rolling to hilly. It is
characterized by coastal plains and hilly areas extending in the north-south direction along the
Manila Bay. Surface elevation ranges from 0-10 meters above the mean sea level on the coastal
plains and 20-70 meters on the hills.
As per the Slope Map of Taguig, the following is the indicated slope distribution.
Slope Distribution
Category
A
B
C
D

Slope
0-2%
2-5%
5-8%
8-15%

Description
Level to nearly level
Gently sloping to gently undulating
Undulating to gently rolling
Gently rolling to rolling

SOURCE of raw data : BSWM

Land and Associated Soil Characteristics


As per Metro Manila Land Resource Evaluation Project by BSWM, Taguig has the following land
and soil characteristics :
Freshwater Marshes (Alluvial Landscape)
Fresh water marshes of Taguig are found on its southwstern lake coast. The soil is relatively fine
loamy (silty clay loam, sandy loam to loamy sand), poorly to very poorly drained and with a general
vegetation of grasses, water hyacinths and reeds. However, during the dry season when water
recedes, some areas are also devoted to agricultural use. This land system has an average
elevation of 4 meters with a water table depth of 60 cm. It is severely flooded and has a soil
classification of Typic Tropaquept.
Broad Alluvial Plain (Alluvial Landscape)
This represents the vast expanse of contiguous, nearly level to gently undulating recent
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barangays of the city. The area where Taguig lies has a land facet characterized by fine to very
fine clayey somewhat poorly drained. Its soil texture is primarily clay and has effective depth of
more than 150 cm. Soil drainage is somewhat poor with an inherent fertility ranging from high to
very high. Average elevation is 11 meters with water table depth of 120 cm. Soil classification is
Aeric Tropaquept.
Minor Alluvial Plain and Isolated Inland Valley (Alluvial Landscape)
This land system is dominant along coastal zones of Laguna Lake. They are usually seen along
the deltas of rivers that drain into the Lake. The soil is relatively fine loam (silty clay loam, sandy
loam to loamy sand), poorly to very poorly drained. It has average elevation of 25 meters, slightly
eroded, but well drained.
Undulating Low Degraded Tuffaceous Plateau (Foothill Landscape)
It is composed of slightly elevated tuffaceous plateau with very shallow soils. It extends from
Muntinlupa in the south, towards Quezon City in the north and Valenzuela in the northwest. It
covers the eastern part of the city including the Fort Bonifacio Military Reservation Area. Soil is
about 10 to 15 cm. deep; very dark grayish brown, silty clay with pale brown partially weathered
volcanic tuff usually encountered below 10-20% rolling sideslopes and isolated low hills.

Water Resources Characteristics


Surface Waters
Taguig has two major rivers that feed Laguna de Bay, namely, the Taguig River and the Napindan
Channel which is linked to the eastern portion of the Pasig River itself. The Napindan River
normally flows from Laguna de Bay to the Pasig River, but can also flow in the opposite direction,
depending on the river itself, the water table in the lake, the tidal stage in Manila Bay, and the
annual evaporatin from the lake. Minor rivers include: Bagumbayan River, Mauling
Creek/Tabacuhan Creek, Hagonoy River, Tipas River/Labasan River and Santa Ana River. These
rivers are fed by 23 other tributaries namely: Daang Paa Creek, Bambang na Malaki, Sukol
Creek/Daang Manunuso, Mabato Creek, Katwiran Creek, Daang Kalabaw Creek, Labasan Creek,
Panday Creek, Sapa ni Beho, Palingon Creek, Bambang na Putol, Tipas River, Pagadling Creek,
Napindan River, Lumang Ilog Creek, Ilog Clemencia, Daang Banca Creek, Sapang Ususan,
Sapang Malaki, Hagonoy Creek, Maricaban Creek, Bambang ni Peles, and Daang Kalabaw Creek.
As per data from Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA), the lake has a totalk area of 90,000
hectares with an average depth of 2.8 m. Aquaculture covers around 15,000 hectares, 10,000 for
fishpens and 5,000 for fish cages.
Groundwater
Taguig is situated within a groundwater basin containing several connected and interrelated
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Formation. The rocks as observed from Fort Bonifacio Global City conform from sedimentary
facets of the Guadalupe formation and generally dip gently to its western portion. Its thickness is
approximately 1,300 to 1,200 meters.
Almost 2000 wells have been drilled in the aquifers of the Guadalupe Formation for the commercial
and residential users some of which go as deep as 300 meters. In 1990, total pumpage reached
339.6 million cubic meters. There are already 124 wells that have been drilled south of Fort
Bonifacio yielding 24.25 million cubic meters of water that supply 7% of the total population of
Metro Manila.
Based on a feasibilty study for the bulk water supply conducted through MWSS in 1996, locations
of well fields within Taguig are indicated in figure 2.8.
Water Quality
A water quality monitoring conducted in January 1999 by Seastems, Inc. for the Fort Bonifacio
Global City indicated very high coliform levels of 24,000 MPN/100 ml in the two stations observed.
The values obtained exceeded the DENR standards of 5,000 MPN/100 ml for class C waters. The
high figures is an indication of wastewater intrusion coming from domestic sources discharging
sewerage. The table below show the details of the sampling results.
Water Sampling Results, 1999
Parameters
BOD (mg/L)
Color (PCU)
Oil and Grease (mg/L)
Nitrate (mg/L)
PH
Total Phosphate (mg/L)
Total Suspended Solids (mg/L)
Coliform (MPN/100 ml)

Station 1

Station 2

10.4
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ND
6.3
7.2
6.1
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24000

9.5
17
ND
6.9
1.2
14
24000

DENR Std. For


Class C Waters
7
*
2.0
6.5-8.5
**
5000

The pH value of 7.2 in station 1 is still within the range of 6.5 to 8.5. Moreover, oil and grease were
not detected in both stations. However, the two stations yielded BOD concentrations of 10.4 mg/L
and 9.5mg/L, both exceeding DENR limits.

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From the nearest PAGASA atation at NAIA, climatological data from 1950-1995 were obtained.
Climate
The climate of Taguig is classified as Type 1 under the Coronas classification used by Philippine
Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) depending on
rainfall pattern. It is characterized by two pronounced seasons: rainy season from May to October
and dry season from January to April, rainfall drops to 10-30 mm/month. In general, Metro Manila
is directly influenced by an average of 2 to 3 tropical cyclones per year.
Rainfall
The PAGASA station recorded an annual rainfall amount of 1,149.2 with a total of 113 rainy days
between the years 1961-1995. The rainy months of May October indicated monthly rainy days of
1 20 of which the month of July recorded the highest at 20. The highest amount of rainfall for the
period 1949-1995 was 427.4 mm recorded in February 1, 1962.

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TAGUIG, RICH IN HERITAGE:
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A PROFILE:
TAGUIG, a municipality of Metropolitan Manila, is situated at the northwestern shore of the picturesque Laguna de Bay, at the upper mouth of the
legendary Pasig River also known as the Napindan Channel through which Laguna drains its floodwaters.
It is bounded on the North by the town of Pateros and City of Pasig of Metropolitan Manila; on the East by the town of Taytay of the province of Rizal
and the Laguna Lake, on the South by the Laguna Lake and the City of Muntilnlupa of Metropolitan Manila; and on the West by the cities of
Paraaque, Makati, Pasay City and all of Metropolitan Manila.
It consists of 44,538.20 hectares (45.38 square kilometers) as shown by the recent cadastral survey Mcdam 594 D by the Bureau of Lands National
capital Region. Except for the hilly portion on the western and southern ends, Taguig is a vast agricultural plain with about seven and a half (71/2)
kilometer shoreline along the Laguna Lake.
In the 2000 Census of Population conducted, Taguig was shown to have a total population of 467,375 and with 102,723 households, distributed in
the eighteen Barangays that comprise the municipality.
It has fast become urbanized from the original rural set-up. The increase in industries, development and socio-economic growth during the last two
decades have raised Taguig to the level of a FIRST CLASS-A CITY.

TOPOGRAPHY
The topography of the land is about 65% levels, the rest rolling or hilly. Being an inland town, it is accessible by land transportation from the other
towns bordering the Laguna Lake. It is fifteen (15) kilometers east of the City of Manila.

HYDROGRAPHY
It has two (2) major rivers that feed the Laguna Lake, namely:
1. Taguig River
2. Napindan Channel connected to a portion of Pasig River itself.
Five (5) minor rivers with tributaries:
1. Bagumbayan River
2. Mauling Creek/Tabacuhan Creek
3. Hagonoy River
4. Tipas River/Labasan River
5. Sta. Ana River
Tributaries are as follows:
1.
2.
3.

Daang Paa Creek


Bambang na Malaki
Sukol Creek
4.
Mabato Creek
5. Katuwiran Creek
6. Daang Kalabaw Creek (Ibayo-Tipas)
7. Panday Creek
8. Sapa ni Beho
9. Palingon Creek
10. Bambang na Putol
11. Pagadling Creek
12. Lumang Ilog Creek

13.
14.
15.

Bambang ni Chapa
Ilog Clemencia
Daang Banca Creek

16.

Daaang Kalabaw Creek

18.
19.
20.

17.
Sapang Ususan
Maricaban Creek
Bambang ni Peles
Daang Kalabaw Creek (Hagonoy)

(Bambang)

CLIMATE AND WEATHER


The Climate is characterized by two types of season:
1.
Dry season from November to April
2.
Wet season from May to October
Rainfall is less evenly distributed. Maximum rainfall usually occurs from June to September. The average annual rainfall is 2,000 millimeters with a
peak of 400 mm. In August and a low of 4 mm. In March. Lowest temperature usually occurs during the month of January. Predominant wind
direction is south westerly from October to April, north easterly from June to September and predominantly northerly during the month of may. The
average relative humidity is 81%.

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The early inhabitants of Taguig were farmers and fishermen. They became popularly known among neighboring villages as skilled palay threshers
or TAGA-GIIK, so that the place where they live came to be known as TAGIIK. Then, Spaniards came and ruled over the place. They found
difficulty in pronouncing TAGIIK and so they named the place TAGUIIG, and later TAGUIG that is today the official name of the city.
Transmitted by word of mouth from generations to generations the name given by Filipinos to significant events and characteristics of the places had
been the sources of the names given to the thirteen original barrios that comprise Taguig.
Believed to be the first settlement by the side of the Taguig river, which divide Taguig, is barrio STA. ANA which was so named in honor of the
towns patron saint.
Early Tagalogs call the source of river upstream as wawa, the banks of rivers as bambang, the place were people wash clothes as tuktukan, and
the area where the river drain or slide as ususan. And so when settlements grow in the areas along the Taguig River, the inhabitants called their
barrios as WAWA, BAMBANG, TUKTUKAN and USUSAN.
Almost parallel to the Taguig River at about two kilometers to the northeast is the Tipas River which had a loop at the middle of its length. This is
joined by the Sta. Ana River at the said loop. People following the course of the loop, detour or in Tagalog tumitipas or lumiligid. Early settlers
were said to be from Pasig who escaped from the harsh policy of their ruler. The settlement was then called TIPAS. Tagalog also call the other side
of a river as ibayo. When a community grew at the other side of Tipas, they called the settlement or barrio as IBAYO-TIPAS.
There was a time the faithful of Tipas were disgruntled over the administration of an assigned priest of Taguig. They preferred to be under Pasig.
The parochial jurisdiction over Tipas had to be settled through the sound of the bells which rang simultaneously from the churches of Pasig and
Taguig. The inhabitants from a portion of Tipas first heard the sound of the bell from taguig and turned their heads. To Tagalogs to turn ones head is
lumilingon. The place where they lived was later called PALINGON. A road to Tagalog is Calzada. When the road linking Tipas to Sta. Ana
became populated, they named the barrio CALZADA.
To Tagalogs, being pierced through is napindang. At the northeastern tip of Taguig, the periodical action of the Laguna Lake Floods, created a
channel piercing through the land area. The barrio, as channel piercing through the land area. The barrio, as well as the channel, were later called
NAPINDAN.
In olden days a particular kind of plant called hagunoy aabound in area south of Wawa. The place later came to be known as HAGUNOY.
The Tagalog term of digging for treasure is bikot. South of barrio Hagunoy was a wooded area known to be the hiding place of robbers and pirates.
When the area was cleared of robbers and pirates it was rumored that there were buried treasures left in the area. Many inhabitants started to dig for
treasures. The place came to known as BICUTAN.
To Tagalogs, new is bago and the settlement was established at the unpopulated southern portion of Taguig, the same was called BAGUMBAYAN.

HISTORY
PRE SPANISH PERIOD
Taguig has its beginning in the history of every village and barrio in the remote pre-historic past as reconstructed for us by geologists,
archeologists and historians. People of varied cultures and racial types, came to Philippines in migratory waves from twenty five or thirty years ago
unto the 14th century.
The first to come were the primitive men, as proven by unearthed stone implements and fossil remains. The Pygmies, forebears of the
Aetas, came next, crossing land links from the Asian mainland to the Philippines. Choosing the valleys where they could engage in agriculture, the
Indonesians followed the Proto-Malays. The last group of people to settle in the Rizal area were called the Porcelain Age Folks. They struggled
against one another for supremacy and possession of rich land. Those of lower cultures were driven to the mountains. The Malays prove to be the
dominant race.
Tagalog authorities claim, the name Tagalog may mean taga-ilog which is a term indicative of the habitation of these people. It is,
therefore, probable that the first homes of the Tagalogs were the river areas and banks. The rivers and the Laguna Lake offered the pioneer of
Taguig, fresh water for drinking ablutions and irrigation; protection against attack of enemies; and easy means of travel by bancas or native boats.
Thus, along the Taguig River, Tipas River and the Napindan Channel, Malay settlement sprang up and grew into populous barrios, a fact which the
Spanish conquistadors found when they came during the last quarter of the 16th century.

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Taguig was already a thriving community long before the Spaniards came. It was once part of the Kingdom of Tondo ruled by Rajah
Soliman. During the early Spanish colonization, Taguig was given as an encomienda to one Captain Vergara, while the Augustinian Order provided
religious instructions.

THE FOUNDATION DAY


On April 25, 1587 it was made a pueblo of the province of Manila. During the uprising led by Magat Salamat (1587-1588), Juan Basi,
who was the town chieftain fought against the Spaniards, and gave his life along with Agustin Legaspi, a nephew of Lakandula, and son-in law of the
Sultan of Borneo, and the chieftain of Tondo, Pandacan, Kandaba, Navotas and Polo. When it became a pueblo, it was ruled by a curate and a
governadorcillo. It had a tribunal, a primary school and a church served by a regular priest whose missionary work extended to as far as the town of
Angono. It produced much rice, but little sugar cane. Besides farming, the men lived by fishing. The women wove cotton cloth and sawali from
bamboo strips. Since boats from the lake towns passed by on the way to manila, the town carried active commerce in agriculture and manufactured
products.
The gobernadorcillo, popularly called capitan was assisted by some minor officials. At the beginning, the gobernadorcillo was elected
annually by the married natives of the locality, subject, however to the final approval of the superior government in Manila. He acted as judge in civil
cases where small sums were involved He was aided by constables called vilangos, a notary, and the cabeza de barangay.
Pursuant to the Reales Ordenanzas Formados Por El Superior Gobierno Y Real Acuerdo by then Governor Raon in 1768, and in
accordance with the Municipal Reform Law of 1847, improvements in the municipal government including changes in the manner of electing the
gobernadorcillo were effected: a candidate must be able to read and write Spanish. Instead of being elected by all married natives, he was elected
by a board of electors composed of retiring gobernadorcillos and twelve cabezas de barangay and chosen in order of seniority. Actually, they
were chosen by plurarity vote through the secret ballot, and their names, together with some recommendations of the alcalde mayor or gobernador
and often of the friar, were forwarded to the central government in Manila, where the man for the position would finally be singled out.
In conformity with the election law of 1847, also elected to assist the gobernadorcillo, were the teniente mayor who was actually the vice alcalde;
juez de sementera who handled real property cases; juez de policia who handled criminal cases; aand juez de ganados who handled cases on
large cattles.

No complete record can be found of those who served as head of the town previous to 1856. The term of office of the Gobernadorcillo or Capitan
Municipal was for one year until 1862 to 1897 is as follows:
18561857-1858
1859-

Domingo Franco
Vicente Azores
Juan B. Labao

1860-

Domingo Guevarra

1861-

Venancio Sandoval

1862-

Leonardo Labao

1863-1864
1865-1866
1867-1868
1869-1870
1871-1872
1873-1874
1875-1876
1877-1878

Salvador Esguerra
Tomas Cruz
Ciriaco Labao
Domingo Guerero
Augustin Rayos
Leoncio Pagkalinawan
Clemente Labao

1879-1880
1881-1882
1887-1888
1889-1890

Jose Natividad
Feliciano Pagkalinawan
Miguel Aquino

1891-1892
1893-1894
1895-1897

Jose Natividad
Marcos Lontoc
Jose Natividad

SHORTLIVED PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC


Andres Bonifacio during his youth often visited his relatives in Sta. Ana, especially during the town fiestas of Taguig. When he founded
the Katipunan, it was easy for him to gain followers from Taguig.
Among those who held leadership in the movement were: Domingo Motas Cruz, who had risen to the rank of Marsical de Ocampo until
his death in the Battle of Zapote; Commandantes Pablo E. santos, Pantaleon Roldan, Felipe Rayos del Sol, Baltazar Capistrano, Leocadio T.

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Mariano, Capitanes Honorio Musni, Lino Labao, Marcelo de la Paz, Simplicio Tolentino, Juan Cruz, Gregorio Guerero, Tenientes Gregorio
Natividad, Fortunato Dinguinbayan, Dionisio Capistrano, Higino Perez, Canuto Pascual, Juan Natividad, Esteban Estacio and many others.
When shortlived Philippine Independence was proclaimed on June 12, 1898, Taguig was administered by the following:
Baltazar Capistrano

Pangulo ng Bayan

Jacinto Manalo

Kalihim

Pablo B. Santos

Ingat-Yaman

Baltazar landrito

Puno ng Pulisya

And thirteen;
Pangulo ng Nayon:
Juan Cruz - Bagumbayan
Liberato Mariano Bicutan
Claro Cuevas Hagonoy
Marcelo Manuel Wawa
Isabelo Bautista Bambang
Antonio Cruz Sta Ana
Pantelon Roldan Tuktukan
Silvestre Buenaventura Ususan
Hermogenes San Juan Calzada
Mateo San Pedro - Palingon
Leocadio T. Mariano Tipas
Pedro Esguerra Napindan.
The Pangulo ng Nayon acted as Councilor and were assisted by the Tiniente appointed by him in his barrio.
Although the Treaty of Paris of December 10, 1898 concluded the Spanish-American War, it never the less sanctioned the American
occupation of the Philippines and transfer of sovereignty from the Spain to the United States. The agreement between President Emilio Aguinaldo
and the U.S. authorities failed and so the Filipinos fought against the American Forces. The Revolucionaries of Taguig joined the command of Gen.
Pio del Pilar. After the San Juan Bridge incident on February 4, 1899, the Americans expanded their occupation of Manila to the neighboring towns,
which fell one after another due to their superior arms.
It was recorded that on February 16, 1899, the Filipino forces dislodged Americans positioned in the hills of Taguig (now a portion of Ft.
Bonifacio) and Pateros causing many casualties among Americans. Actions continued and positions changed hand from then on. On May 15, the
tide turned in favor of the Americans so that 500 Revolucionaries were captured and taken prisoners. Taguig fell finally to a cotigent of the First
Washington volunteer Infantry led by Col. Wholley on March 16, 1899. In its defense, seventy five revolucionaries died.

AMERICAN REGIME
On March 29, 1900 at the start of American reign, Taguig was established as an independent municipality by virtue of General Order
No. 40. On June 14, 1901, Taguig was made a part of the Province of Rizal by virtue of Act. 137 of the Philippine Commission which was a
consolidation of a portion of the Province of Manila and the Province of Morong. Taguig then was classified as a fourth class municipality with 6, 397
populace. The name Rizal was a suggestion of Dr. Trinidad H. Pardo de Tevera at the historic meeting held at the Pasig Catholic Church on June 5,
1901 in the presence of the Second Philippine Commission and presided over by its President/Chairman, William Howard Taft.
By virtue of Act. No. 942 of the Philippine Commission, Taguig was joined with Pateros and Muntinlupa on October 12, 1903 with seat of
government at Pateros. About one and a half month later, Muntinlupa was segregated from Taguig and made a part of Bian, Laguna by virtue of
Act. No. 1008 dated November 25, 1903, but was however, returned as part again of Taguig on March 22, 1905 by Virtue of Act. No. 1308 of the
Philippine commission with seat of government at Taguig.
Pateros was eventually separated from Taguig and both became independent municipalities of Rizal Province on June 01, 1908 by
virtue of Executive Order No. 20, dated February 20, 1908 upon petition of the residents of Pateros and recommendation of the Provincial Board of
the Province of Rizal. Muntinlupa was separated from Taguig and became an independent municipality of Rizal Province on January 1, 1918 by
virtue of Executive Order No. 108, dated December 19, 1917. From 1903 to 1917 when Pateros and Muntinlupa were joined with Taguig, those
elected into office as President Municipal were all residents of Taguig.
Except for one Vice-Presidente who succeeded in his Presidente Municipal for the unexpired term, the following administered the
municipality of Taguig during the American regime:
(1901-1903)
(1904-1905), (1906-1907), (1908-1909) (1910)

Feliciano Pagkalinawan
Felipe Rayos del Sol

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(1911 Oct..15, 1912)

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Braullio Pagkalinawan

(1912-1916)

Graciano Juta

(1916-1919), (1919-1922), (1922-1925)

Jose Pagtakhan

(1925-1928), (1928-1931)

Eusebio Santos

(1931-1934)

Cleto Mastrili.

The first Municipal Council of Taguig under the American regime was composed of the following:
Feliciano Pagkalinawan
Pantaleon Franco

President
Vice-President

Antonio Cruz Damaso Dionisio -

Consejales
Consejales

Juan Cuevas -

Consejales

Sivestre Buenaventura Victoriano Estacio -

Consejales
Consejales

Tomas Monsod -

Consejales

Nicolas Mozo -

Consejales

BernabeSta. Teresa

Secretario

Elected as Vice-President with Feliciano Pagkalinawan in 1903 was Pantelon Franco and the Consejales were: Basilio Guerrero,
Antonio Cruz, Tomas San Pedro, Juan Cuevas, Simeon San Juan, Silvestre Buenaventura and Andres Pagkalinawan; Bernie Sta. Teresa,
secretario.
Those elected with Felipe Rayos del Sol during his first term (1904-1905) were: Francisco de Borja, Vice-President, while as Consejales
were: Agapito sulit, Nicasio Manalo, Pedro Mendiola, Simeon San Juan, Antonio Cruz, Pablo B. Santos, Jose de Leon, Hipolito Francisco and Juan
Cuevas.
Those who served with Felipe Rayos del Sol during his third term (1908-1909) were: Lorenzo Rosales, Vice-President; M
ariano Garcia, Antonio Cruz, Jose de Leon, Simplicio Manalo, Hipolito Francisco, Pantaleon de Borja, Fortunato D. del Sol, Braullio Pagkalinawan,
Diego Cuevas, Juan Mozo, Consejales; Luis Sta. Ana, Secretario. When Pateros was separated from taguig on June 01, 1908, Jose de Leon and
Simplicio Manalo both residents of Pateros were re-assigned to their home town.
Those who were elected with Felipe Rayos del Sol on his fourth term 91910-1912) were: Braiullio Pagkalinawan, Vice-Presidente,
Marcelino Elias, Mariano Baltazar, Nicolas Mozo, Mariano Reyes, Antonio Cruz, Hermogenes SanJuan, Uldorico Yumping, Diego Cuevas, Cayetano
Victoria, Consejales. After serving for one year (1910), the election of Felipe Rayos del Sol was voided. The election law at the time allowed only
three continuous terms. The exclusion of Pateros did not matter and his fourth re-election was counted against him. His Vice-Presidente Braullio
Pagkalinawan was appointed to succeed him while Marcelino Elias was appointed by the Provincial Board of Rizal to succeed as Vice-Presidente.
Those who served with Graciano Juta from October16, 1912 to October 15, 1916 were: Juan Cuevas, Vice-Presidente, and Francisco
Roldan, Francisco Pili, Rafael Pagkalinawan, Serapio Balderama, Jose Carlos, Silvestre Buenaventura, Donato Cruz, Mariano Baltazar, as
Consejales and Dionisio Capistrano, Secretario.
With Jose Pagtakhan from October 16, 1916 to October 15, 1919 were Antero Ignacio, Vice-Presidente, and as consejales were; Jose
Aquino, Ponciano Capistrano, Anastacio Yamson, Eugenio Papa, Servillano Manalo, Benito Garcia, Genero Espeleta, and Vidal Joaquin and
Marcos Franco Secretario.
When Muntilnlupa was segregated from taguig in 1918 Graciano Juta and fortunate Dinguinbayan were appointed to replace Genero
Espeleta and Vidal Joaquin who were residents of Muntinlupa.
With Jose Pagtakhan during his second term from October 16,1919 to October 15, 1922 were re-electionist Vice-Presidente Antero
Ignacio, and consejales Jose Aquino, Simon Sebatian, Raymundo Cruz, Mariano Sarmiento, Servillano Manalo, Eugenio Papa, and marcelino L.
Estacio. The latter resigned in January, 1920 aand his place Ramon Ramos was appointed. Leonardo Bautista remained as Secretario Municipal.
A native of Taguig, Pedro Magsalin, was elected and served as Member of the Provincial Board of Rizal under Provincial Governors
Andres Gabriel and Arcadio Santos from 1919-1922, representing the First District of Rizal Province.
On August 26, 1920 political leaders and residents of the five barrios of Calzada, Palingon-Tipas, Ibayo-Tipas, and Napindan filed a
petition to the Governor General of the Philippines through the Provincial Board of Rizal to separate from Taguig proper and be formed as an
independent municipality. Among the signatories were leaders of the Partido Nacionalista, Partido Democrata and Independientes, namely: Pedro
Natividad, Tomas San Pedro, Francisco Estacio, Prospero Polintan, Monico Tanyag, Fortunato Dinguinbayan, Francisco Balderrama, Necomedes
Bunyi, Victor Cruz, Hilario Bernie, Anastacio Mariano, Lazaro Lontoc, Luciano Santos, Angel Juta, Telesporo Balderama, Vicente Esguerra, Gabriel

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Mendiola, Manuel Manalo, Pascual Dimaguila, Ricardo Maglipon, Esteban Sta. Ana, and others. The petition was not granted because it was found
out that the proposed municipality lacked the financial and economic capability. Moreover, it would have weakened the mother municipality of
Taguig.
On the third term of Jose Pagtakhan from October 26, 1922 to October 15, 1925 those who served in his municipal council were:
Fortunato Dinguinbayan, Vice-Presidente; Fausto Alano, Leocadio Ignacio, Engracio Dionisio, Julian Dionisio, Mariano Sarmiento, Isidoro Fermin,
Marcelo Reyes and Juan San Pedro; and Leonardo Bautista, Secretario.
Those who served in the municipal council during the first term of Eusebio Santos from October 16, 1925 to October 15, 1928 were
Ciriaco Tiga as Vice-Presidente, and Fausto Alano, Leocadio Ignacio, Julian Dionisio, Mariano Sarmiento, Eugenio Papa, Felix A. Bernie, Ramon
Ramos, and Banito E. Garcia as Consejales, and during his second term from October 16, 1928 to October 15, 1931 were Vice-Presidente Tomas
San Pedro and Consejales Leocadio Ignacio, Leoncio Dionisio, Severino Santos, Felipe A Bernie, Ciriaco Quilatan, and Patricio Lucas, and
Leonardo Bautista, Secretario.
In the election for the house of representative of the 9th Legislature Oct. 16, 1931 to Nov. 15, 1935 Pedro Magsalin, a native of Taguig
was elected to represent the First district of the province of Rizal.
Those who served with Cleto Mastrili from October 16, 1931 to October 15, 1934 were Exequiel Labao as vice-Presidente, Eustaquio
Ordonez, Teotimo Cuevas, Cesario Magsalin, Elino Cruz, Apolonio Ramos, Antonio Cruz, Consejales, and Gerardo Manalo as Secretario.
Also elected for the same term (1931-1934) I the Provincial Board of Rizal under Governor Francisco Sevilla was Leodovico Labao, a
native of Tipas, Taguig representing the First district of Rizal. He was again re-elected to the same position for the next term (1931-191937).
Earlier in July of 1934 an election was also held for delegates to the constitutional convention to draft the Philippine Constitution. Elected
to represent the first District of Rizal Province was again a native son of Taguig in the person of Castor T. Cruz.

THE COMMONWEALTH PERIOD


Under the Tydings-McDuffe Law, the United States granted the Philippines a ten-year transition period from 1936 to 1945 known as the
Commonwealth. Although interrupted by the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during the Second World War, the following served as Alcaldes
Municipal : (1934-1937) (1937-1940) (1941-1942) Artemio Natividad. Natividad refused to serve under the Japanese government and therefore
resigned. In his stead Vice-Alcalde Leocadio de Leon was appointed by the Provincial Board of Rizal. De Leon served from January, 1943 to
February 17, 1945.
In the election for the First National Assembly, Pedro Magsalin was again elected to represent the First District of the Province of Rizal
(1935-1938).
Those who served with Presidente Municipal Artemio Natividad from October 16, 1934 to October 15, 1937 were Teotimo Cuevas, VicePresidente: Francisco de la Rosa,
Sancho Mansod, Francisco Guingcangco, Jose Gerpnimo, Jose Ramos, and Mateo Gregorio, Consejales, and Gerardo Manalo, Secretario.
During the second term of Artemio Natividad as Alcalde municipal from January 1, 1938 to December 31, 1940 the following served
within him: Ciriaco Tiga, Vice-Alcalde; Marcelo Reyes, Juan Capistrano, Tomas Cruz, Melencio Santos, Claro Ramirez, and Jorge Ramos,
Consejales, and Gerardo Manalo, Secretario.
On the third term pf Artemio Natividad as Alcalde Municipal which was interrupted by the Japanese occupation, January 1, 1941 to
December 3, 1942, the following composed the municipal council: Leocadio de Leon, Vice-Alcalde; Marcelo Reyes, George Ramos, Aniceto Roldan,
Mariano Paac, Cirilo Santos and Carlo Dionisio, Consejales. When Artemio Natividad resigned as Alcalde municipal in 1942, Leocadio de Leon
succeede him and served the original council without a Vice-Alcalde from January 1, 1943 to February 17, 1945. The council remained the same but
Maximino Dionisio served as Secretario.

JAPANESE INTERLUDE
On January 1, 1942, Manila was declared as an open city as the US-Philippine forces (USAFFE) retreated to Bataan and Corregidor. Automatically,
Rizal Province fell under the rule of the Japanese Forces. The latter set foot in Taguig in the evening of January 2, 1942.
Among the natives of Taguig who were officers and saw action in the defense of the country against the army were Daniel Victoria,
Marcos Estacio, Ricardo G. Papa, Miguel Capistrano and castor Buenaflor. They joined the Death march from Samal, Bataan to Capas, Tarlac after
the fall of Bataan and Corregidor on April 9, 1942.
Many among the patriotic people particularly the professionals and government employees refused to serve under the Japanese
Government and returned to fishing, farming and commerce for their livelihood awaiting the promised return of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Many
joined the underground movements in 1942 such as Hunters ROTC guerillas and the Markings Fil-American Irregular Troops.
The Japanese conducted zonification of all male citizens, twice for the whole town, and separately for each of the thirteen
barrios. Suspected guerillas were tortured and sent ot garrisons at Antipolo and Fort Santiago, but the most tragic was the last
conducted in the barrio of Tipas on December 1, 1944 where more than 500 men, intellectuals and professionals, were taken and never
returned. Among them were Mayor Artemio Natividad, speaker of the Mayors League of Rizal, ex-Prov. Board Member Lodovico Labao,
Col. Marcos Estacio, Atty. Carlos Natividad, Dr. Francisco Sta. Ana, Dr. Amado Balderama and a host of others. A marker in honor of
these martys inaugurated by then Congressman Ferdinand E. Marcos on February 4, 1949 now stands in Tipas, Taguig, (Rizal), M.Mla.

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On the evening of February 5, 1945, Japanese navy soldiers burned all the houses and buildings of barrio Ususan, and would have
burned the town proper but for the intercession of one Capitan Kawagutsi, the Japanese Army Commander assigned to Taguig.
At noontime of February 17, 1945, a small contingent, advance scouts of the 11th Airborne Division together with some guerillas
penetrated Barrio Wawa and in a brief skirmish at the Taguig River wounded and captured Captain Kawagutsi.
Taguig was liberated on February 23, 1945 after the defeat of the Japanese in the battle of Kay Patag Hills in the barrios of Bicutan and
Bagumbayan on February 22, 1945.
From February 17, 1945 the ROTC Hunter Guerillas of Taguig took over the Municipal Hall and established an emergency provisionary
local government until June 30, 1945 with their officers interchangeably acting as Alkalde starting with Aquilino Sarmiento with Gonzalo with Gonzalo
Magsalin as secretary. Later Pedro D. Cruz took over during the last six months of the commonwealth (July 1-Dec. 31, 1945).
With Pedro D. Cruz in the council were Bonifacio Relon, Vice-Alcalde; Irene A. Cruz, Pio Felipe, Mateo Gregorio, Benito Garcia, Jorge
Ramos, Cornelio Carlos, Consejales, and Ireneo Bunyi, Secretary.
Among the officers of the resistance movement and recognized as such were: (ROTC Hunter Guerillas) Lt. Col. Pedro D. Cruz; Majors
Guillermo Casa, Ramon Domingo, Francisco Villar; Captains Cirilo de Jesus, Aquilino Sarmiento, Dominadr Realon, Gonzalo Magsalin; Lieutenants
Jose Bernie, Generoso Yumping, Mauricio Balagtas, Segundo Santos, Sebastian Marcelo, Marcos Dionisio, Avelino Tanyag, Felipe Gregorio,
Marcelo Estacio, Jose Reyes, Ramon Ramos Jr., Gregorio Dionisio, Silvestre Pascual, Benito Flores, Paterno Pagtakhan, Filemon Cipriano, Antonio
Manalo, Jose Concepcion, Nicanor Papa, Glicerio Herrera, Melquides Juta, Delfin Buenaventura, Ruben Quilatan, Marcelino Beltran; (Markings
Guerilla) Col. Francisco Adriano, Capt. Domingo Marcelino, Lieutenants Gaudencio Lecente, Ireneo Reyes, Saturnino Pagsisihan, Romeo Berdin,
Jose Borja, and many others whose names cannot be recalled as of this writing.

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES


When civil government was restored, Leocadio de Leon resumed office from Jan. 9, to May 31, 1946. However when Presidential
Election of April, 1946, Pedro D. Cruz was appointed Alcalde and served until the first regular election (June-December 31, 1947).
Pres. Roxas appointed a son of Taguig, Former Assemblyman Pedros Magsalin, a member of his Cabinet as secretary of Labor.
Those who served from January to May, 1946 with Leocadio de Leon were: Ciriaco Tiga, Vice-Alcalde, Mateo Gregorio, George
Ramos, Benito Garcia, Eduardo Dionisio, Councilors, and Ireneo Bunyi, Secretary.
The Municipal Council of Taguig who served with Pedro D. Cruz from June 1946 to December 1947 were: Isidro Fermin, Vice-Alcalde;
Ireneo A. Cruz, Benito Flores, Simeon Sebastian, Jose Aquino, Anacleto Ocol, Segundo Cruz, councilors, and Ireneo Bunyi, Secretary.
Those who were elected and served as chief executives of the municipality after the proclamation of independence on July 4, 1946
under the Republic of the Philippines were 1948-1951) Nicanor P. Cruz; (1952-1955) Bonifacio A. Relon; (1956-2959)(1960-19630)(1964-1967)
(1968-1971) (1972-April 13, 1976) Monico C. Tanyag; (April 14- August 3, 1976, O.I.C.) August 4, 1976 March 2, 1980 as Acting Mayor March
3, 1980 February 1986 as elected Mayor) Levi B. Mariano.
Elected with Nicanor P. Cruz in the Municipal Council (1948-1951) were: Tiburcio Santos, Vice-Alcalde; Lucio Sanga, Igmidio
Pagkalinawan, Alfonso Sarmiento, Benito Flores, Arsenio Javier, Patricio Lucas, Councilors. Ireneo Bunyi was the municipal secretary serving with
Bonifacio Relon in the Municipal Council (1952-1955) were Isidro Fermin, Vice-Alcalde, Amalio D. Bernie, Melquiades D. Santos, Conrado B. carlos,
Moises P. cruz, Pio T. Felipe, and Claudio Marcelo as Councilors. The Latter resigned and was replaced by Benito Garcia. Leocadio Pagkalinawan
served as secretary. Later he was replaced by Nicanor M. Patricio. Conrado Carlos resigned on Sept. 18, 1955 while Moises Cruz also resigned on
Aug. 21, 1955; and in their place Herminigildo Caseres and Roque Rodolfo were appointed, respectively.
During the first term of Monico C. Tanyag (1956-1959) the following were elected with him: Alfonso C. Roldan, Vice-Alcalde; Juan
Capistrano, Ramon Marcelino, Severo Pagkalinawan, Niceas Ordonez, Francisco Tortosa, Tomas Cruz, Councilors. The Municipal Secretary was
Eufracio D. Santos. When the latter resigned, Miss Zosima Polintan took over.
During the second term of Monico C. Tanyag (1960-1963) the following were elected with him: Augusto M. Garcia, Vice-Mayor, Luciano
Lontoc, Donato Estacio, Jose Pili, Niceas Olazo, Angel Santos, and Ramon Marcelino, Councilors. Benedicto R. Esguerra acted as municipal
secretary. Atty. Levi B. Mariano was Legal Adviser to the Mayor.
On the third term of Monico C. tanyag (1964-1967) the following composed the Municipal Council: Jose C. Bernie, Vice-Mayor; Teodoro
Arriola, Benedicto Cruz, Felipe Dones, Jose Mendiola, Miguel Olazo, Serapio Sta. Ana, and Benjamin Mariano, Councilors. Benedicto R. Esguerra
was the Secretary.
During the Presidency of Diosdado Macapagal two of the major commands of the Armed Forces of the Philippine Army and the
Philippine Air Force were placed in the hands of two of Taguig sons, namely: Brig. Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, and Brig. Gen. Jonas Victoria,
respectively. Later, President Marcos promoted another son of Taguig, Brig. Gen. Castor Buenaflor, Inspector General of the AFP.
During the fourth term of Monico C. Tanyag (1968-1971) the following were elected with him: Alvaro P. Villar, Vice-Mayor; Rolando
Garcia, Pedro Olazo, Pascual Sarmiento,
Rufino Dacumos, Benedicto R. Cruz, Felino Marcelino, Renato Quilatan and Ricardo R. Cruz. Benedicto R. Esguerre served as Municipal Secretary.
During the fifth term of Monico C. Tanyag (1972-1975) the following were elected with him: Nicanor C. Garcia, Vice-Mayor, Pascual
Sarmiento, Pedro Olazo, Mariano Maglipon, Francisco Borja, Euleterio Candaza, Pacifico Santos, Leo Pagkalinawan and Crispin Reyes, The last
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MARTIAL LAW YEARS


On September 21, 1972 by virtue of proclamation No. 1081, President Ferdinad Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines.
On November 7, 1975 Metropolitan Manila was created consisting of four (4) cities and thirteen municipalities under the administration
of the Metropolitan manila Commission by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 824 the municipality of Taguig was segregated from the province of Rizal
and made a part of Metropolitan Manila.
The Municipal Council of Taguig was dissolved by virtue of PD 824 on November 7, 1975 but the incumbent Council members were
included in a Sangguniang Bayan whose membership also involved nine Sectoral representatives and seven Barangay captains and representative
of Kabataang Barangay. As constituted, the Sangguniang Bayan of taguig was composed of: Levi B. Mariano, Presiding Officer; Nicanor B. Garcia,
President Pro-Tempore, Francisco Borja, Rolando Dionisio, Pascual Sarmiento, Mariano Maglipon, Pedro Olazo, Eleuterio Candaza, Pacifico
Osano, Francisco de la Cruz, Eliseo D. Santos, Manuel Pascual, Mercindo Mendoza, Marcelo Lucas, Augustin Lagangan, Donato Estacio, Domingo
Tengco, Bernardino Elias, Isidro Garcia, Emmanuel Mulawin, Eusebio Sta. Barbara and Virgilio Eustaquio.
When Monico C. Tanyag fell ill, Atty. Levi B. Mariano was appointed Officer In-Charge of the Mayors Office on April 14, 1976. When
Mayor Tanyag died on July 21, 1976, Mariano was appointed Acting Mayor of Taguig effective August 4, 1976 and held post throughout the Marcos
years until the Edsa People Power Revolution of February, 1986.
By virtue of Presidential Decree No. 557 dated September 20, 1974 all newly created barrios and citizens assemblies under PD 86, as
amended were declared Barangays and all references to the barrio in and existing law henceforth were understood and referred to as barangay.
The Minucipalty of Taguig now comprising of eighteen (18) barangays with corresponding area in hectars, namely: Bagumbayan 362
has, Bagong Tanyag 217 has., Upper Bicutan 144 has., Lower Bicutan - 235 has., Western Bicutan 355 has., Maharlika Village 51 has.,
Signal Village has., Hagonoy 162 has., Wawa 198 has., Bambang 92 has., Ususan 145 has., Tuktukan 31 has., Sta. Ana 22 has.,
Calzada 177 has., Palingon 117 has., Ligid-Tipas 68 has., Ibayo-Tipas 68 156 has., and Napindan 270 has.
The remaining balance of 1,626.2 hectares are within Ft. Bonifacio Military Reservation.

THE POST EDSA PEOPLE POWER REVOLUTION:


With the restoration of Philippine Democracy and the start of the Administration of President Corazon C. Aquino on February, 1986,
Isidro Garcia was appointed O.I.C.-Mayor and Donato L. Estacio replaced Garcia as O.I.C.-Mayor and served until 1988 when local elections were
held and a new mayor was elected. During the Incumbency of Garcia and Estacio, no members of the Municipal Council were appointed and the
municipal executive at the time was assisted by a management committee composed of heads of offices.
In the election of May, 1988, Rodolfo de Guzman was elected Mayor and Pacifico Santos, Vice-Mayor and held offices effective
October, 1988, the delay of which was caused by a prolonged electoral protest. After the elections of 1988, it was only on October 10, 1988 that the
elected Mayor Rodolfo de Guzman took over the reins of government of the municipality. The other elected officials were: Pacifico Santos, ViceMayor and Agapito R. Cruz, Jr., Dionisio G. Papa, Herminia C. Perez, Vivencio B. Estacio, Martin D. Casas, Mario C. Reyes, Daniel M. Castillo,
Danilo C. Rayos del Sol, Rufino J. Mamonong and Rene G. Labuntog, Councilors. Delio J. Santos represented the ABC in the Council.

Ricardo G. Papa Jr. was elected Mayor for 1992-1995. Elected with Mayor Papa were: Daniel M. Castillo, Vice-Mayor
and Allan Peter S. Cayetano, Allan Paul C. Cruz, Ricardo S. Cruz, Jr., Mario C. Reyes, Philip D. Pagkalinawan, Danilo C. Rayos del
Sol, Ricardo J. Jordan, Danilo G. Castro, Marisse L. Balina and Gualberto M. Roa, councilors.
For 1995 1998, Isidro Garcia was first proclaimed Mayor and Dra. Loida-Alzona as Vice-Mayor. However, during the later part of 1997,
Mayor Ricardo G. Papa, Jr. was proclaimed the duly elected Mayor of the municipality. Before the end of the Administrative year 1995 1995, Alan
Peter S. Cayetano was also proclaimed as the elected Vice-Mayor. Elected councilors were Allan Paul Cruz, Jr., Robert S. Dionisio, Gamaliel N. San
Pedro, Philip D. Pagkalinawan, Milagros F. Valencia, Marisse Balina-Eron, Ricardo j. Jordan, Leo M. Aguilar, Danilo G. Castro, Jr., and Valencio T.
Osano.
Venacio T. Osano was replaced by his wife Lolita G. Osano who was appointed by the party after the former died.
For 1998-2001, the incumbent, Ricardo D. Papa, Jr. was reelected Mayor. Also elected were: Dra. Loida Labao-Alzona, Vice-Mayor,
and Danilo G. Castro, Ricardo D. Cruz, Jr., George A. Elias, Reynaldo C. Flores,Robert S. Dionisio, Gamaliel N. San Pedro, Elpidio Javier, Noel
Dizon, Carlos Catacio, Milagros F. Valencia, Ricardo J. Jordan and Leo M. Aguilar, Councilors. Atty. Henry I Dueas as ABC President and Ryanne
Gutierez as SK Federation President represented ABC and SK Federation, respectively, in the Council.

Si Bonifacio Anak ng Taguig at ang Parola ng Himagsikang Taga-Ilog


Alam ng karaniwang Pilipino na si Andres Bonifacio ay isnilang sa Tondo, Maynila. Ang di nila alam, ang ama niyang si si Santiago
Bonifacio ay mula sa bayan ng Taguig na nasa bukana ng Ilog Pasig sa Laguna de bay. May kabuhayan ito sa Maynila kaya tumira sa Tondo,
ngunit lagging paroot parito, kasama si Andres. Samakatuwid, ang nagtatag ng at Supremo ng katipunan, ang Ama ng Bansa na inuluwal sa liyab
ng Himagsikan noong 1896, ay isang anak ng Taguig. Ngunit hindi ito nalalaman ng mga Pilipino o ng kahit ng kasalukuyang mga taga-Taguig.
May dalawa pang mahalagang kaugnayan si Gat Andres sa Taguig, particular pa sa nayon ng Napindan na may isang parola o
bantayan sa hangganan ng ilog at ng lawa. May praktikal at simbolikong papel ang paroling iyon sa katipunan at sa Himagsikan.

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Ang lupaing nakapaligid sa lumang parola ay ginamit na sentro ng koordinasyon at komunikasyon ng Katipunan. Halimbawa, pagbalik
pa ni Dr. Pio Valenzuela matapos niyang makausap si Dr. Jose P. Rizal sa Dapitan, nag-ulat siya kay Bonifacio sa may lumang parola ng
Napindan. Maraming pinag-aralan at pinagpasyahang usapin sa liwanag ng parola, ng buwan at mga bituin. Kapag may dumarating na patrolya ng
guardia civil, ang mga Katipuneroy biglaaang naglalaho sa dilim. Mulang pagkabata ay kabisado na ni Bonifacio ang pasikot-sikot doon.
Ang ipinangalan nina Bonifacio sa bansang isinisilang doon ng Rebolusyon ay Katagalugan. Karamihan kasi ng mga komunidad sa
buong kapuluan ay nakatira sa may mga ilog, at katunayay kasingkahulugan ng katagang taga-ilog ang mga katagang I-loocan (Ilokano0,
ibanag, kapampangan, taga-agusan, suba-non (kasing ugat ng sugbuhanon) at ng taausug. Daloy ng ilog ang tumutuhog sa pagkakahawig
ito na binuklod ng mga pamayanang ito na binuklod ng Katipunan bilang isang bansa noong (1892-96). Tunay nga, ang ilog ay angkop na
sagisag ng ating pagkabansa.
Sa Katipunan, ang apoy, araw at liwanag ay mga simbolo naman ng Katotohanan at Katuwiran.
Sa parola ng Napindan, ang mga simbolo ng ilog at ng liwanag ay pinagsanib. Kinatawan nito ang malalim na pilosopiyang binuo nina
Bonifacio at tinaglay ng mga Katipunero, kasabay ng mga simulating magpakatao at makipagkapwa-tao na nakahnay sa labing-apat na aral na
nasa Kartilya ng Katipunan.
Mula pa noong 1992, nagpupunyagi na ang Kamalaysayan (Kampanya para sa Kamalayan sa Kasaysayan) na masaliksik at
maipalaganp ang mga katotohanan ukol sa malalim na diwa at pilosopiya ng Katipunan, upang hindi puro tapang at galit lamang ng mga
Katipunero ang makilala ng sambayanang Pilipino. Mahalagang ambag ang mga pananaliksik ni Jose Eduardo Doroteo Velasquez, sa tulong ng
mga historian ng Pasig na sina Dr. Carlos Tech at Dr. Luciano Santiago. Si Velasquez ang pangalawang director-tagapagpaganap ng
kamalaysayan at tagapag-ugnay nito sa buong saklaw ng silangang Metro Manila at lalawigang Rizal. Marami nang makasaysayan pook ang
nililinagng ng Kamalaysayan sa kamalyan ng madla, tulad ng Kuweba ng Pamitinan sa Montalban, bahay-Kuwago at Bitukang Manok sa Pasig,
at ito ngang Pook ng Parola sa Napindan, Taguig.

Ang Papel ng Taguig sa Katipunan at Rebolusyon


Hunyo,1896,Pook ng Parola,Nayon ng Napindan, Bayan ng Taguig
Pagkagaling sa bayan ng Dapitan, lalawigan ng Zamboanga, iniulat ngayon ni Dr. Pio Valenzuela sa Supremo Andres Bonifacio ng
naging palagay ni Dr. Jose Rizal tungkol sa binabalak na paghihimagsik ng mga Anak ng Bayan. Ang pag-uulat ni Dr. Valenzuela ay alinsunod sa
atas ng Asamblea Magna Kataas-taasang, Kagalang-galangan, Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan na isinagawa nitong nakalipas na unang lingo
ng Mayo sa Bitukang Manok, bayan ng Pasig.
Habang nagkakasayahan ang mga kapatid sa kanilang paglangoy sa malinaw at malayang anod ng tubig papalabas ng lawa ng Bai,
kasabay ng lagaslas ng kaiga-igayang agos, inihayag ni Dr. Valenzuela ang pagtingin ni Rizal sa napipintong pagsiklab ng himagsikan. Anya, hindi
nais tangkilikin ni Rizal ang isang pag-aalsang binalak nang lingid sa kanyang kaalaman. Gayunman nagbigay si Rizal ng ilang payo Tiyakin
ang suporta ng malalaking mangangalakal at ng mga kinkikilalang indio Tiyaking sapat ang kahandaan ng mamamayan Dapat makuha ang
suporta ng mga gubyerno ng ibang bansa Isama ninyo si Antonio Luna. Magaling siya.

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ELECTED MAYORS of TAGUIG

Hon. FELICIANO PAGKALINAWAN


(1901-04)

Hon. FELIPE RAYOS DEL SOL


(1904-05) (1906-07) (1908-10)
(

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Hon. GRACIANO JUTA


(1912-16)

Hon. JOSE PAGTAKHAN


(1916-19) (1919-22) (1922-25)

Hon. EUSEBIO SANTOS


(1925-28) (1928-33)

Hon. CLETO C. MASTRILI


(1933-34)

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Hon. ARTEMIO E. NATIVIDAD


(1934-37) (1937-40) (1940-42)

Hon. NICANOR P. CRUZ


(1948-51)

Hon. BONIFACIO A. RELON


(1951-55)

(1956-59) (1959-61) (1961-64) (1964-67) (1967-75)

Hon. MONICO C. TANYAG

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Hon. LEVI B. MARIANO


(1976-79) (1980-86)

PROFILE

Hon. RODOLFO DE GUZMAN


(1988-92)

Hon. RICARDO D. PAPA, JR.


(1992-95) (1995-98) (1998-2001)

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Hon. SIGFRIDO R. TIGA


(2001-2004) (2004-present)

APPOINTED MAYORS OF TAGUIG


Hon. BRAULIO PAGKALINAWAN
(1911-12 ,appointed acting Mayor)

Hon. LEOCADIO DE LEON


(1942-45 ,Japanese Regime,appointed)

Hon. PEDRO D. CRUZ


(1945-47, appointed)

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Hon. ISIDRO B. GARCIA


(1986-87, appointed O.I.C. Mayor)

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Hon. DONATO L. ESTACIO, JR.


(1987-88, appointed O.I.C. Mayor)

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strategic
concept
plan
TAGUIG STRATEGIC CONCEPT PLAN
FINAL REPORT
Vision :

One of the Premier Cities in Asia


Taguigs Image
Taguigs image of rural-ness and isolation has been challenged by the citys dramatic vision for its future. The Taguig Strategic
Concept Study is a step in translating that vision into reality. Taguig is already remarkable-internationally-for its social and visual
diversity. From its western boundary with Forbes Park to Laguna de Bay, Taguig presents a rich palette of contrast: low-rise housing
with a view of a 50-storey towers; dense neighborhoods looking out into open fields, Ian historic old town and a 21 st century
business district, the American memorial that is a focus of international tourism, and the lakeside barangay of Napindan, currently
well outside the tourist orbit.

LAGUNA DE BAY MASTER PLAN


This plan sets out a strategy for land and water resource management to balance regional development and environmental resource protection
around Laguna de bay. In this plan the Taguig project area is zoned for urban and industrial uses. The plan suggests a number of development
possibilities which might be applicable to Taguig including fisheries, cottage industries, power generation, and water supply. In addition the plan
advocates the establishment of a variety of institutions for research, education, environmental monitoring and management, and trade that might be
suitably located in Taguig.

LAGUNA LAKE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, RESOLUTION 23.

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This measures puts severe limitations on the use of lands below an elevation of 12.5 meters, which would include nearly 70% of
Taguig. While this is of grave concern for development opportunities, there are a few mitigating factors: 1) Flood control measures
may allow the restrictions to be relaxed or changed. 2) The Board of LLDA may choose to overlook this measure in regards to
development in Taguig. 3) Development contributions on the regional scale may also be allowed.

DEMOGRAPHICS
The demographic survey of Taguig confirms that it is experiencing rapid growth, primarily due to immigration from other areas of the
Philippines. Over the last ten years, Taguig has sustained an annual growth rate of 7%, much higher than neighboring Makati (2%)
or even Metro Manila as a whole (3.5%). With a comparatively low population density (8,000 persons/sq.km. versus Manilas
12,500), there is more space for expansion. Also, the relative cost of a home in Taguig is low compared to Makati.
Homeownership in taguig is high (76%) but lot ownership is comparatively low (58%). 28% of residents are occupying, land for free,
reflecting the occurrence of squatting. Single-detached homes comprise 69% of the housing supply.
The population of Taguig is younger and less well educated, and more likely to be employed in unskilled or daily-wage jobs than the
Metro Manlia average. Unemployment is low (9%), gainful employment is high (80%), and the jobs breakdown indicates a high
concentration of craft-oriented and plant/machine operations work. It is notable that the only 1% of the total work force in Taguig is
engaged in farming and fishing. This is comparable to Manila as a whole.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Household size average 5.0 members.


Only 43% of household get their water from a faucet; the rest get it from deep well and peddlers.
14% of household have no electricity.
The garbage collection system in Taguig serves only 39% of its households.
Only 2% of households have a telephone.
Only 7% of households own a vehicle.

There is a marked for need for improvements in utililities, including drinking water supply, electricity supply, garbage collection, and
telephone service. In survey conducted July 1995 for all of Metro Manila, the leading concerns of Taguig residents were flooding,
drug addiction, unemployment, water supply, garbage collection, and traffic.

Critical Issues
FLOOD CONTROL
Flooding is the major obstacle to future successful development in Taguig, with over half of the municipality within the flood zone.
Site the hinge between Laguna de Bay and the Pasig River, Taguig suffers the consequences of a low elevation, poor soil
permeability, altered natural drainage (via the Napindan hydraulic control gate), and water runoff from a large geographical area,
which has been further aggravated by recent developments. Taguig has a water elevation of 10.00m. Laguna Lakes only outlet is
the Pasig River and its overflow water inundates 66% of the municipality area from Ibayo, Napindan, Palingon, Ususan, Tuktukan,
Calzada, Sta. Ana, Bambang, Wawa, Hagonoy, down to lower Bicutan and Bagumbayan.

TRANSPORTATION
At present Taguig is served only by South Super Highway to the west and R4 to the north with C5 in-between. There is limited
access to all three from the most populated regions of the city. Given Taguigs large area and population, theses few links to
regional travel routes are far from sufficient. Within Taguig, only one substandard roadway connects most of the barangays, and
most streets are too narrow to handle the current traffic load.

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HOUSING
Taguigs population is swelling at a tremendous rate, with an essential 380,000 people in 1995, and current growth rate of over 7%.
As an official reception point for immigrants to the Metropolitan area, Taguigs already insufficient infrastructure has been burdened
by an even greater demand for basic needs. Foremost among there is housing along with associated social services.

WATER, SEWAGE and SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT


The municipality suffers from inadequate water supply, sewage treatment, and garbage collection systems. Basic improvements to
this infrastructure is crucial for future development. From this dynamic base, Taguig will become even more diverse in the coming
years. Probably no other city in the Philippines will experience greater change over the next decade than Taguig. The areas around
Bonifacio and the Food Terminal will be transformed completely. At a 7% growth rate, population will double. And the improvements
called for by this study can make Taguig into a crossroads of Metro Manila and one of the premier cities in Asia.

Taguigs Vision
Taguig in the 21st Century, the municipalitys documents, is thoughtful and specific. It begins with a plausible premise and proceeds
logically and efficiently through the municipal actions necessary to achieve goals. It declares Taguigs intent to become one of the
premiere cities in Asia over the next quarter-century. This is possible because the community has a beautiful natural setting, is still
largely undeveloped transportation center (with proximity to both the airport and a network of new highways) and is adjacent to the
nations business centers. Moreover, Taguigs overall guiding vision is three-fold: this is to become a city with (1) an international
business focus: (2) superior residential environments for everyone: and (3) a national recreational attraction.

HOW THE VISION BECOMES REALITY


While the municipal actions in Taguig in the 21st Century are presented in an a la carte fashion, the Strategic Concepts Study
incorporates them in a comprehensive approach. The Concept Study prioritizes the issues and seeks solutions that play multiple
roles in the context of the citys goals. Some of the actions are critical to the city; stability and growth. This is why, for example, this
report places so much emphasis on implementation of flood control measures and traffic improvements. The plan also combines
development ideas. For example, what we call Old Taguig the area around around and cast of the municipality hall is an
historically and visually important environment. One can expect more retail, food and entertainment venues to locate here in the
near future.
This will create a draw based on both the visual environment and the level of the activity, which is the formula for districts like Ermita
and Malate, Chinatown in Singapore and vancouvers Gastown. Such a district will provide a convenient lunch and after-hours
destination for business people in Bonifacio as well as entertainment area for residents of the community. It will also support the
recreational attractions developed along Laguna de Bay and elsewhere in Taguig. The purpose of this study is to provide an
integrated strategy for executing the vision, making it a reality. It is very important to note that this Strategy Concept Study provides
a framework for what is to done. It does not specify how the what is to be done. That is policy decision for Taguig.

SCOPE and INTENT


The Taguig Concept study has attempted to take a broad view of both the problems and potential solutions. While not a detailed
investigation, this study has tried to take into account a wide range of factors and to propose strategies that have both clarity of
vision and a far reaching effect. The Concept Plan recommends short term improvements of living environment, traffic, and
infrastructure, and provides long term conceptual development strategies to realize the growth objectives set out by the Municipality
and to complement the development of Bonifacio. This is an urban design study, and while the physical planning strategies
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policies in other realms that are beyond the scope of this study. The intent of this study is to provide a vision and direction for
physical change needed to meet the challenges of the future. While this plan does contain some practical and pragmatic steps, it is
not a blueprint for Taguigs future, nor an exact picture of the city at some future date. It is meant as a tool to be used by Taguig
leaders, to clarify their own vision, and so to help steer a course towards a new and promising future. More detailed studies will be
needed to execute this vision.

RESEARCH & ANALYSIS


As the first step in our Concept Study, we gathered information to put together an accurate picture of Taguig today. This information
came from both public and private sector sources, and was sometimes anecdotal, sometimes rigorously scientific. What emerged
was a portrait of the problems and potentials of the municipality.

SOURCES
TEXT:

North Laguna Lakeshore Urgent Flood Control and Drainage Project


Laguna de Bay Master Plan
Laguna Lake Development Authority, Resolution 23
Demographic Information
Zoning Ordinance Of The National Capital Region

GRAPHIC:

Municipality Location Plans in Regional


Municipality Plan Showing Accurate Boundaries
Municipality Plan Showing All Major Roadway and Building Footprints
Aerial Photos of Municipality
Existing Land Use Plan
Proposed Land Use Plan

FINDINGS:
Detailed Engineering Design of the North Laguna Lakeshore Urgent Flood Control and Drainage Project (Design Report)

This document describes a plan for a flood control dike along the northern shore of Laguna de bay, which extends into the project
area. The C6 highway will not follows this dike. Other flood control improvements will also be constructed, including river
improvements, drainage canals, regulation ponds, pumping stations, floodgates, and bridges. Construction of the improvements is
expected to start in 1997 and be completed in 5 years.

CIVIC EXPRESSIONS
IDENTITY:
A successful plan must do more than provide spaces for activities to occur; it must also given them an identity. For example, a large vacant parcel of
land and Rizal Park are both open spaces. While they are technically the same thing-open space-they are nevertheless very different. One is merely
space. The other has been developed following a design scheme, and is programmed for a great civic delebrations: it has high symbolic importance
to Filipinos. The difference between the two is the application of creativity, of civic expressions to an open space.
On a large scale, cities the world over are comprised of residential, commercial, civic and industrial districts. Yet every city has its own character. For
instance, we think of both Singapore and Hong Kong as business centers. Yet they look and operate very differently. Singapore sees itself as a
garden city, why this is scarely any landscape in the built-up sections of Hong Kong. Both cities can successfully argue the appropriateness of their
approach civic expression. Singapore can say that a pleasant, orderly environment is attractive to international business. Hong Kong can counter
that a dense commercial concentration is attractive to international business. Clearly, both are right.

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According to its town policy document (Taguig in the 21st Century), Taguig is best characterized as friendly, so we need to understand exactly what
choices that implies. We can develop appropriate directions for Taguig by placing the overall goals within the context of expectations.

EXPECTATIONS
To create one of the centurys premiere leisure destinations one should expect: (1) employment of the Laguna de Bay lakefront;
(2) support from existing areas like Old Taguig; (3) new venues; and (4) a planning scheme that ties everything together in a unique
way.
To be friendly, an attraction should be an absolutely unique environment, with scenic beauty, imaginative design and expectational
programming. The notion of a mix of theseelements is important, since The Philippines is blessed with scenic beauty that even the
outstanding setting of Laguna de Bay, by itself, might not qualify as a national attraction. Likewise, good access, while important to
any attraction, would not be enough. And even an excellent marina and beach facilities, again, while potentially important
ingredients to a more complete attraction, are, of course, not unique in the Philippines. Approach that is innovative and visionary is
called for.

USEFUL DEVELOPMENT MODELS


It is important to consider some other, comparable development models. Among many such attractions, world-wide, two may be of
special value as possible models for Taguig. These are Jones Beach, built in the late 1920s on New Yorks Long Island; and the
Gloria-Flamengo Botafogo landfill developed in Rio de Janeiro in the early 1950s.

Jones Beach-Innovative Expression


When Jones beach opened in 1929, there was noting like in the world. At a time when beach bathhouses were typically little more
than wooden sheds, Jones Beach featured two immense stone-and-break bathhouses, each with 10,000 lockers. These were sited
nearby a kilometer and a half apart and linked by an expansive boardwalk. The dramatic 60 meter high water tower was not a metal
tank on slits, as was typical, but a stone tower based upon one in Venice. You arrived from New York City on a dedicated, gradeseparated parkway, which ended, at a 10,000- car-parking slot (soon expanded). Jones Beach was an immediate and continuing
success as an attraction, and drew extensive and highly-favorable international press coverage. While the scale and architectural
qualities of Jones Beach are impressive, two other are more important to Taguig. One of these is its attention to detail; the other is
its openness to all.

ATTENTION TO DETAIL- Jones beach carried a nautical theme down to the smallest detail. Boardwalk railings were ships railings;
water fountains were turned on and off ships pilot wheels camouflaged trashcan camouflaged in ships funnels. Marine symbols like
maps and compasses were set into concrete sidewalks, and employees were dressed as sailors. Even the buttons of employee
uniforms were engraved with a seahorse, the symbol of Jones Beach. A trip to Jones Beach was an experience of continuos visual
discovery.
This was a remarkable environment because it was so consistent at every level of detail. Because of this, the Jones Beach
experience was far more than just a trip to the beach. The lesson for Taguigs national attraction is that there should be a
consistency at all levels of such a development, from the site plan, to the architecture, programming, staffing and site details. As is
so often the case, it is the things that make the difference.
OPENNESS TO ALL- There was a large choice of activities at Jones beach, in addition to lying on the sand and swimming in the
ocean. Many of these were free or nominal in cost. These included pitch & putt, tennis, archery, and diving. Games along the
boardwalk were ships games: shuffle board, quoits, deck tennis, and ping-pong. There was something for everyone, and the

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symbolism was very important: everyone is welcome here in food service, too, there was something for everyone, from extremely
inexpensive cafes for families of very modest incomes, to luxurious, 8,200 seat open air dinner theater, where the famed Guy
Lombardos orchestra played well into the night for upper crust patrons. You might arrive on a motorcycle or by limousine, but you
always felt welcome at Jones Beach. A national attraction in Taguig would need to make everyone feel welcome. The basic formula
is as follows: (1) the major element of the attraction the view of Laguna de Bay should be accessible to all without significant
cost; (2) there should be a full (economic) range of activities, goods and food service; and (3) these should be provided in relative
balance not dominated by any economic or age group.

Gloria Flamingo-Botafogo Landfill-Visionary Expression


The Gloria Embankment landfill project is very similar in scale to the landfill proposed under this Strategic Concept study, Like
Taguig, the pre 1950s bayfront neighborhoods of Rio barangays were interconnected only by a 2-lane road of about the same
capacity as Bagumbayan/Manuel Quezon; this was the only direct connection between downtown and the airport on the north, and
Rios vibrant international tourism districts to the south.
The Gloria Flamengo-Botafogo landfill development program contains a number of elements, which are comparable to elements in
and around Taguig. These include a north-south connector highway similar in scale to the proposed C-6; the airport, a national
Museum of Modern Art and a national War Memorial; regional elements such as a marina and city garden; and neighborhood scale
improvements like seating areas, game courts and playfields.
While this is very complete development program, even by international standards, what makes the Gloria-Flamengo-Botafogo
landfill unique is that it is executed under a master design? Thus it reds as a single environment:

DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS
To have meaningful development in the Municipality of Taguig, the above-listed critical issues must be approached strategically.
The Strategic Concept Plans approach establishes infrastructure as an organizational framework and the suggests land uses which
compliment existing uses and future areas of growth.

FLOOD CONTROL
The Strategic Concept Plans innovative strategy incorporates the flood control system of canals and greenopenspaces that serve
as retention areas for floodwater. The objective is to turn the water, once a flooding hazard, into an idenfiable amenity feature.

PROPOSED DIKE
Currently there is a plan for a long dike, which will run roughly along the perimeter of the lake, beginning in Taguig and continuing
North into Pasig. Also there is a plan for a new circumferential highway, the C6. While the exact position has yet to be determined
the possibility exists either to combine these two or to run them parallel to each other.
The flooding problem, however, cannot be solved simply by building a dike. A dike may prevent the water of the lake from intruding
upon Taguig, but it will also prevent land in Taguig from draining into the lake, a natural process, which is necessary any time, it
rains. Run-off from new developments may exacerbate this problem. A large dike will also be a physical and visual barrier to the
main natural amenity of the site, Laguna de Bay.

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CANALS, FLOOD GATES, and RETENTION PONDS


The Strategic Concept Plan seeks to create a system canals, levees, and small lakes the water level of which will be controlled by
floodgates in a scaled down version of the proposed dike. The new waterways will be connected to existing creeks and rivers, and
to a new spillway running out to Manila Bay. Through a piping and pumping system the system will be any overflow from Laguna de
Bay through the spillway to Manila de Bay. Flood control will not aid only Taguig, but all those communities around Laguna de Bay
that suffer from flooding. The canals will also serve as waterways for small boats, providing a secondary transportation network.
To minimize flooding, the proposed drainage works will include:

Reinforced concrete pipe culverts for higher areas (upper Taguig)


Reinforced concrete covered canal for low lying areas particularly near the Bay
Improvement and/or dredging of existing outfalls
Provide outlet6 protection works and/or energy dissipation at the outlet to the river/bay
Revetment wall along the shoreline
Retention basins

Improvement at the discharge points of the flood drainage system should be provided with flap gates, to prevent floodwater during
heavy downpour. Retention basin for additional outfall during heavy downpour will be incorporated.
The overall effect is to bring in water in a carefully controlled manner that will eliminate flooding while providing recreation and
transport for the municipality. In the future this system may even tourists.

OPEN SPACE
The new small lakes and ponds will serve a water retention function but will serve a water retention function but will also be an
amenity lined with a network of open spaces. The open space system will be incorporated into the flood control system with a green
edge lining many of the new waterways. This open space network will serve to connect major centers of activity (including the
Bonifacio area) and will serve to break up/organize the land to smaller, water-oriented tracts for development by individual
developers.

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is already a problem within Taguig, with narrow streets, a lack of through-roads, and heavy traffic loads. The growing
population and new development will only further burden and an already inadequate system. The Strategic Concept Plan
recommends a series of improvements, both long term and short term, with the goal of having a well integrated and hierarchally
differentiated road network. Better public transportation system with connections to other parts of the metropolitan region are also
proposed.

SHORT TERM
Short term improvements transit stations, road improvements, and key new roads. Established at key junctures, transit stations
serve as nodes on public transportation routes, and facilitate interchanges between routes. In the long term, a better public
transportation system will give people more commuting options and thus reduce the total number of vehicles on the road. The
widening and upgrading of certain roads is also a vital short term step. Lastly, the creation of several new connectors will case some
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Quezon road, connecting through the older part of Taguig to the Bonifacio area. With east-west connectors between the two this
new road will work in conjunction with the improvements to the existing road and allow for the possibility of creating paired one
way routes. Existing interchanges on the South Super-Highway should also be upgraded, especially at the Food Terminal. Due to
the towns elevation of 11.32 which is below the maximum flood level of 14.62m as recorded in 1990 the roads are flood prone and
therefore should be elevated.

STRATEGIC CONCEPT PLAN


The proposed C6, along with the dike, is the backbone of the Strategic Concept Plan recommends that the new highway run about
400m east of the existing North South road (Bagumbayan, Manuel Quezon). In this way, the construction impact on the existing
community will be minimized and the final result will be a parallel north-south road system. This parallel system has greater longterm capacity because through traffic will be separated from local traffic. Without this separation, both through and the local traffic
flow will be compromised and C6 will not fulfill its circumferential function. With C6, the entire Metro Manila region stands to benefit
from this new traffic system.
In addition to the new C6, the Strategic Concept Plan seeks to create more east-west connections, starting with the extension of R4
in the north and the upgrade of Sucat Road in the south. These will create better external connections between Taguig and the
surrounding cities. New internal roads will also connect C-6 to interchanges currently being planned along C-5: Heritage,
Commando, and Upper East Gate. These new connections will dramatically reduce the travel time between Bonifacio and central
Taguig.
The long-term objective is to create a complete network of roads with medium-sized roads forming a lattice around smaller through
roads. The creation of the C6 highway, R4 extension, and upgrading of key internal routes will allow Taguig to act as a crucial
transportation link, while facilitating internal circulation.

HOUSING
Housing, is a crucial need in Taguig, but should also be seen as an opportunity to direct community development and provide a
focus for infrastructure development of social services. Residential development should be the primary focus for new development
areas, and range from lower to higher end.
Several focus areas for housing development should be identified, and a program to provide medium term housing for the immigrant
population established with federal assistance. New neighborhoods should be coordinated with social services and other
community-building programs. These developments will serve as focal points for the extension and improvement of water, sewage,
and public transportation and other infrastructure systems. The Strategic Concept Plan envisions clusters of small residential street
grids integrated into the road and canal network, and centered on local commercial centers providing daily goods and services.
In addition to meeting this immediate housing need the opportunity arises to provide higher-end housing along the new lake
shoreline. With flood control measures in place, this real state would be a prized location for lower density, middle and upperend.
Given certain key infrastructure improvement, it is hoped that market demand will be high enough to assure that this housing is built.

UTILITIES
The water, sewage and solid waste infrastructure systems can be developed in conjunction with the road and water framework in an
efficient manner. New areas designated for community-oriented housing should be dispersed throughout the municipality yet of
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WATER SUPPLY
Like Fort Bonifacio, Taguig in the 21st century will have a dual water supply system consisting of drinking water and recycled supply
systems. The drinking water system supplies high quality water to meet the expectations of the international business community.
Initial water supply would be from MWSS, and in the longer term, from a water treatment plant and supply from Laguna de Bay. To
minimize the use of higher quality drinking water supply, the, the recycled water system will supply water for toilet flushes and other
recycled water uses such as path hosing, watering of lawns, and washing cars. Water for this supply will ultimately be recycled
water from the proposed sewage treatment plant.
The population of the municipality of Taguig for the year 1995 is 381,350; with a growth rate of 6.93%, the predicted population for
the year 2020 is 2,019,710. With a water consumption of 40 gallons (151 liter) per capital per day, a water treatment plant is
proposed with a capacity of 306,000 cu m. per day, to treat the water impounding reservoirs to store water from Laguna de Bay as a
source of supply. Pumping stations with storage and distribution networks would be provided and should coordinated with the laying
of other services and road construction. The pumping station would be integrated into utilities centers, with wastewater, power, and
emergency power generating facilities.

SEWERAGE
The installation of the sewerage collection and disposal system for the whole municipality of Taguig and a sewage treatment plant to
treat domestic/institutional waste water before disposal is necessity in order to prevent pollution of natural water resources. Taguig
in the 21st century will also be served system with sewage treatment plant for recycling waste water/sewage. The total discharge is
estimated to be 26601/s and would be pumped to the proposed sewage treatment plant for conversion into recycled water.
Wastewater and sewage would be collected by sewers and flow by gravity to pumping stations located at strategic points to suit the
general contour of the land. The lift stations would be integrated into designated utilities centers and each would be provided with
emergency power.
The expected wastewater to be produced by the population for the year 2020 is taken as 75% of the water consumption (306,000
cu.m./day) and the required capacity of the proposed sewage treatment plant is 229,500 cu.m.per day.
The recycled delivery system will consist of a storage tank and a pump station at the sewage treatment plant. Recycled water is
pumped from sewage treatment via a force main to the recycled water reservoir. The recycled water system will operate as a
pumped system with the pump station drawing from the recycled water reservoir and feeding supply into the distribution system.
Under normal conditions all storm water drainage would be in underground pipes and culverts.

SOLID WASTE
For solid waste disposal, the assumed unit is taken as 0.5 kg. capita per day. For the predicted population, total solid waste is
estimated to be 1009ton/day. Localized collection of solid waste could be provided by the municipality or a private service contractor
may be employed. Collected waste would be carried to a waste would be compacted and loaded into containers for transfer to
sanitary landfill sites. The municipal officials are amenable to the installation of a transfer site and to delivering the solid waste
disposal areas, such as the Cardona and San Mateo disposal area. Education and training on classifying, sorting, storage, and
disposal could be provided through the municipal health and sanitation departments.

POWER SUPPLY
Power upgrading and development of the Taguig power system by Meralco will be made tandem to the development of Bonifacio
Global City part of Taguig. Existing overhead power lines of Napocor and Meralco will be changed to underground system in the
Taguig area. New and Upgraded main power lines (high voltage and medium voltage) will be run underground) along the new C5
and C6 highway that run across Taguig. New substations will be provided and existing substation will be upgraded to meet the
power demands of Taguig as a City.

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COMMUNICATIONS
PLDT and new telecommunication companies like SMART are starting to provide Taguig with new telephone lines. New telecom
centers, fiber opties communication networks, and satellite links will also provided to meet the communication requirements of
Taguig.

LAND USE
The philosophy behind the Strategic Concept Plan is that existing areas should remain undisturbed except for gradual upgrading of
streets and facilities. New land uses will arise out of those areas made secure from the flood control system, agricultural land, and
the proposed reclamation on the southern half of the municipality. With these areas, residential population could reach 800,000
(including 250,000 in Bonifacio Global City) by the year 2015. These numbers are derived by using World Bank planning standards.
The scenario is dependent on the resolution of flooding and the development of adequate transportation systems. It is important that
other areas of Taguig, develop land uses that compliment those in Bonifacio, thus knitting them together.

LAND RECLAMATION
With a new C6 running parallel to the existing north-south Bagumbayan/Manuel Quezon road, the potentially valuable land adjacent
to the lake will be eliminated. The Strategic Concept Plan recommends that some area (a strip of some 1000-1500m width) be
reclaimed from the lake to alleviate this problem. Because this new area will benefit from both easy access (close proximity to C6)
and lakefront views it will be extremely valuable, and an arrangement might be made to subsidize the development of the C6 with
profits from the development of this new reclaimed land.

RESIDENTIAL AREAS
The areas of Taguig outside of Bonifacio Global City are poised to become a middle density of good living quality. The land use
concept is to provide middle-class residential units, mixed with open space, retail, and community facilities in every Barangay. New
communities will be developed within the network, and clustered around small local commercial areas.

COMMERCIAL and MIXED USE AREAS


Regional commercial development will be concentrated in the Old Taguig area and the existing FTI location, as well as a new
waterfront oriented area. Anchored by municipal offices and historic buildings, Old Taguig should be developed as a mixed-use
center with small-scale commercial, office, and residential spaces. At the northern edge of the new reclamation, a waterfront
commercial area will take advantage of the Laguna de Bay setting. With a marina for small boats and a pedestrian boardwalk, this
development area would be ideal for restaurants, shopping, and other commercial activities. Both Old Taguig and the New Marina
should be developed with the intent of attracting tourism.

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Given its setting, Taguig has the opportunity to create a metropolitan scale recreational center without national precedent. The area
cast of the proposed C6/extended R4 interchange could serve some regional use, such as a sports center. This could include an
arena or small stadium that would serve as a regional attraction. Near
this golf course could be integrated into both residential housing development and the canal and
open space network. In addition to these centers, the open-space canal network presents numerous recreational opportunities for
both existing and new residents.

LIGHT INDUSTRIAL
Major employment centers of light industry will be located along the South Super Highway to take advantage of the highway, the
existing railway, and proximity to the airport. The area just south of the R4 extension could also serve as an R&D type lower density
office area, taking advantage of easy connections to the Bonifacio Global City, and filling a market need not met by Bonifacio.

ZONING OVERLAYS
One tool cities to assist completing their plan is zoning overlays. The idea of a zoning overlay is fairly simple; additional layers of
zoning restrictions are added to the basic permitted uses and densities in response to different situations within the same zoning
district.
For example, the famous Mayo Clinic near Minneapolis is an immerse institutional campus in a relatively small town of about 50,000
population. The campus spans nearly 2 kilometers by one kilometer in extreme dimensions, with a spot density/floor area ratio of
almost 14:1. The immediately adjacent downtown is developed to a density of less than 3:1. Because of the extreme differences of
scale and activity between Mayo and the rest of the city, no single zoning ordinance could be applied universally. The solution was
to device a zoning ordinance which provided a flat, permitted use for everyone, and then increased densities and uses for poverty
owners who undertook to self-provide such features as centralized receiving, a comprehensive parking program, and integrated
pedestrian movement through a system tunnels and skywalks. While this ordinance was written to accommodate Mayo, it applied to
anyone who satisfied the codes provisions.
A similar situation now exist in Taguig, where this is also a need to accommodate actual, existing conditions that frustrate typical
ordinances. Specifically, the cooperation of landowners will be necessary to carry out a successful flood prevention strategy.
Underlying a concern that it may be too late to undertake essential flood control are reports that land speculators are buying up
large portions of Taguig. The presumption is that these speculators will be unwilling to cooperate with the city in undertaking flood
control. Whether or not this is true, the city can develop an ordinance that provides a basic low-density residential permitted use for
everyone. Overlays can be added that increase uses and/or densities for properties that do cooperate in the flood control efforts.

NEXT STEPS
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
Development in Taguig will require a close partnership between public infrastructure and private entrepreneurship. While
infrastructure can be seen as a framework for development, it is development that can provide impetus for infrastructure. The two
must be implemented in conjunction. For example, a system of flood control is vial to encourage private development of new
residential areas. These new communities can in turn become the catalyst for further road and sewer improvement.
Development in Taguig will have a national impact. The role it plays as a source for all Metro Manila is crucial for economic
competitiveness. It serves also as an opportunity to demonstrate solutions that can be applied elsewhere in the Philippines. The
Strategic Concept Plan suggest the physical nature solutions, but much more is required to put these plans into action
Implementation of this plan will require coordination among various governmental agencies, and between local and federal
governments. A clearly articulated Action Plan must be developed and sufficient funding allocated to realize its goals.

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The Strategic Concept Plan should be understood as the first step in a comprehensive planning process. The approaches contained
in The Strategic Concept Plan are very general in nature, and must be refined and revised as they move towards realization. The
first step in implementing the Strategic Concept Plan will be to undertake more detailed examination of key areas. It is
recommended that Flood Control be given the highest priority, and that a detailed study be undertaken, including plans for a
complete flood control system.

FUNDING SOURCES
It is also recommended that a full range of funding sources be explored and evaluated. These would include grants or loans from
such as the Federal Government, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, U.S. Trade Development Agency, private
foundations, or public-private partnerships. Given the wider regional implications surrounding Laguna de Bay of both flood control
and transportation infrastructure, these projects would be attractive to such institutions.

URGENCY
Dynamic cities like Taguig often face new plans with ambivalence. On the one hand, there is excitement about the new direction
positive change contained in the plan. On the other hand, there is regret that it is too late, that too much has already occurred in
the area covered by the plan to ever fully achieve their goals. This is very common concern.
Some cities undertaking a new plan will take a view long view, reasoning that a city is forever, while individual properties change all
of the time. Eventually, so this reasoning goes, the plan will be implemented. This approach works best in mature cities experiencing
very little current growth, and which also have a very long civic memory.
Cities characterized by rapid change, like Taguig, cannot wait for generations to complete their plans. Time is not a luxury for them
because they must be able to respond rapidly to ongoing transformation.
It must be emphasized that much of this plan is dependent on implementation of flood control measures, and cannot move forward
without them.

LEGISLATIVE
There are a variety options at both a local and national level. Full government support should be given to making flood control the
foremost priority. The C6 highway schedule also be pushed forward. Legislation that advances either of these projects would be a
boon. Additionally, housing could become a focus of legislative action, particularly as Taguig has been designated as an official
receiving points for new housing, and government support given to residential projects in those areas. This would likely involve a
high degree of Federal-Local government cooperation.

SYMBOLS of CHANGE
It is important that residents of Taguig as those issues which are the highest priority (flood control, C6) will be implemented over a
longer time period, it is also recommended that a smaller-scale high-visibility project be undertaken. One option for focus would be
road from a C5 interchange near Bonifacio to the center ofTtaguig (Old Taguig). This would address one of the major traffic
congestion areas and immediately begin to forgesties between the development of Bonifacio and the rest of the municipality.

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CONCLUSION
Taguig faces demanding and complex problems. But it faces them armed with a strong vision and tremendous potential. The
Strategic Concept Plan is the first step towards articulating that vision and realizing its potential. The plan provides the outlines of an
imaginative, efficient, and integrated solution to flood control, transportation, housing, and infrastructure development.
With or without this plan. Taguig will undergo unparalleled change over the next decade. The people of Taguig must guide this
change. This will take dedicated leadership, careful coordination and teamwork, and the support and energy of many people.
Working with the spirit of community that inspired this plan, Taguig can create a truly superior public environment for the Filipino
people.
One can imagine, on the year 2020, taking a ferry down one of the canals from the high-rises of Bonifacio, past historic Old Taguig,
through neighborhoods and parks before coming to Laguna de Bay. And then, perhaps at sunset, one could slip out onto the lake,
look back on the lights of the city, and marvel at all that has changed.

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Bonifacio
Global
City
BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY
MASTER PLAN
EXPLORING DESIGN OPTION
Facts, when combined with ideas, constitute the greatest force in the world.
The design process began with several geometries and strategies for the sites framework. Initial explorations included
an organic framework, which would flow with the topography and create unique design responses to the land, but would also lead to
less efficient land uses and a city which would lack urbanity.
A second design incorporated the grid pattern seen in most big cities, like New York. It made more efficient use of the
land but had more intersections and created a static and boring city pattern.
A third exploration went in the direction of a geometric framework, like Paris, which creates focal elements throughout the site by
using circular or octagonal patterns, giving the city a powerful image and identity. The drawback would be the problematic roadway
system and inefficient use of land.
These initial explorations led to a design, which would synthesize the best elements of each pattern.

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SITE CONTEXT DIAGRAM

RESULTANT FRAMEWORK
The object of art is to crystallize emotion into thought, and then to fix in form.
Following the initial explorations, synthesis of the most attractive aspects of each pattern resulted in hybrid geometric and
grid framework. The final framework is a combination of the practicality of a grid pattern, the clarity and beauty of a strong
geometric core, and the use of organic forms at the edges of the site to transition to adjacent open spaces and effectively deal with
the meandering property boundaries.
The underlying dimensional structure of Fort Bonifacio is a grid focused on the Central commons, with the East-West axis and
Bonifacio Boulevard serving as the primary axes of the city. Overlaying this grid is the geometry of four (4) concentric circles and the
singular organic form, which stretches from McKinley Road to the institutional area.

STRATEGIC LOCATION
The three most important things in real state: location, location, location.
Fort Bonifacio is 440 contiguous hectares of land located in Metro Manilas most strategic location. It is bordered by the
countrys three(3) largest road arteries: the South Luzon Expressway, EDSA and C-5. It is destined to become the countrys primary
business gateway, being just minutes away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It is likewise less than 2 kilometers from
Metro Manilas other business centers, where the highest priced properties are located, as well as being adjacent to Forbes Park
and Dasmarias Village, the citys most expensive residential districts.
Fort Bonifacio can also lay claim to having the best views in Metropolitan Manila. At surface, Fort Bonifacio is cradled by
Manila Golf and the American Battle Memorial. At elevation, the city gives superb views of Laguna Lake, Manila Bay and its sunset
, as well as the surrounding mountain ranges.

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CONCEPT DIAGRAM

THE VISION
Land is not inherited from our forefathers; rather, it is borrowed from our children.

In order to appreciate FBDCs business and marketing philosophy, it is important to understand what Fort Bonifacio
and FBDC are, and what they are not. Fort Bonifacio will be a globally competitive metropolis, managed by the best
real property company in Asia. Fort Bonifacio is not merely a real estate, run by a company whose sole intent and
purpose is to dispose of the land at a desired profit margin.
As its primary business guideline, Fort Bonifacio intends to provide long term value as well as significant
returns to its various stakeholders. These include the shareholders, the developers and building owners, the
companies and residents and daily visitors to the city, and many more. FBDC intends for all these stakeholders to
obtain the best value possible in their investment in Bonifacio, be it monetary or otherwise.
A second business philosophy that drives FBDC is that Fort Bonifacio will contribute significantly to nation
building. Fort Bonifacio is expected to be a catalyst in turbo changing the local economy, spurring on growth through
infrastructure projects and job creation. At the same time, Fort Bonifacio will be a major ingredient in attracting foreign
businesses, either as investors in the various projects related to the city, or as tenants who will relocate in the
Philippines. Finally, Fort Bonifacio will revolutionize the construction and infrastructure industries, restoring the
Philippines competitive edge in the international marketplace.
From these business philosophies come the foundations of FBDCs marketing doctrines. First and foremost,
FBDC will provide the best product to the consumer. The lack of quality in the marketplace and in the industry, together
with problems of urban congestion and inadequate infrastructure present a window of opportunity to FBDC. We intend
for the quality of our product, which will set us apart from the competition.
Part of Fort Bonifacios selling appeal as the best product in the market is its strategic location and size. In
addition to its geographic advantages, FBDC will put in Fort Bonifacio infrastructure that will ensure Fort Bonifacios
claim to being a globally competitive metropolis. These projects would provide the essential impetus in developing the
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The second marketing doctrine for FBDC is costumer intimacy. Both the price of the product and the quality
that we seek will tend to limit the number of prospects. This allows FBDC to adopt a focused marketing approach, and
to address the specific needs of the market we are targeting.
Finally, Fort Bonifacio will be reasonably and competitively priced. All Fort Bonifacios great features and
costumer insight will not mean a thing if FBDC prices its products out of the market.
Following these guidelines, Fort Bonifacio is expected to become the nucleus of the Philippine progress in
the 21st century.

THE DEAL OF THE CENTURY


In the orchard of opportunity, it is better to pick the fruit than to wait for it to fall
The last few years have allowed the world to witness a major economic phenomenon East Asia. The region is home to
the worlds fastest growing economies, as well as the site of what will be the globes six largest cities. East Asia, in the last few
decades, has been transformed into a market of incredible size and potential.
At the geographic center of this region lies the Philippines. Once a focal point of International trade, it had been buffeted
by economic and political upheavals, which left the country in the doldrums, while its Asian neighbors surged ahead with their tiger
economies. This was the story of the region until now.
Key political and business reforms have put the Philippines back on track. These magazine featured President Fidel V.
Ramos and the countrys magnificent economic turnaround. Forbes magazine called the Philippines a dragon in the making.

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PLANNING A GLOBAL CITY


Progress has little to do with speed, but much to do with preparation.
To create the underlying theme for the masterplan of Fort Bonifacio, the shareholders searched the world for exemplary
cities and urban planning models that created them. The shareholders were presented with four (4) -development contexts from
which to base the masterplan.
The first alternative would be to create a functional city. Seoul has often been cited for its functionality, a market-driven
City Practical. Singapore exemplifies the next option. Singapore illustrates a systematic city, a City that Works. The next choice
would be an innovative city, like Portland, Oregon or Vancouver, Canada. National Cities which employ sophisticated programs
and solutions and concern themselves with the interplay of the citys various elements. The last category is that of a visionary city.
For this the shareholders looked at Paris at the turn of the century. Paris has always been viewed as a Global City with a visionary
urban environment.
After much thought and analysis, it was decide that the Fort Bonifacio masterplan would employ an innovative
development approach, but would utilize visionary elements in the land scaping and environmental design of the city. The resulting
city would eventually become the countrys business nucleus as well as gaining the reputation of being the regions best city.

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The CLUP translates the City's Vision to be an "environmentally-sustainable city" into a set of development policies,
strategies, programs and projects. The realization of this vision is through a set of interrelated Economic, Social,
Infrastructure, Environmental, Administrative and Investment development strategies. These strategies are integrated
into a city Land Use Plan, which in turn, is implemented through the LUGS which is one of the principal instruments for
the achievement of the city's vision.
The Land Use Plan complements the other delivery mechanisms available to the City Government such as SocioEconomic Development Programs, Infrastructure Development and Fiscal Incentives. It should be understood that the
Land Use Plan focuses on land use or development are to be found in the other strategies and policy devices that are
adopted by the City Government from time to time.

Land Use Strategy


The land use strategy of Taguig employs a two-layered framework. The first is through a Structure Plan that outlines the
skeletal future configuration of the growth of Taguig. It pinpoints critical Growth Centers (centers of employment and
services) and defines their most probable functions and how they will likely affect the city's growth. Their functional
interrelationships to the overall urban fabric of Taguig, along with the required internal and external linkages are also
provided.
Major Growth Centers, or those that provide employment and service opportunities either for the whole of Taguig or to a
much larger (regional) clientele, have been designated. These are further sub-classified into two: Mixed Use Centers
and Industrial centers. Mixed Use centers have been identified to provide for the equitable distribution of development
opportunities in Taguig. Mixed-use centers are distributed in the northern, central and southern parts of the city.
Individually and collectively, their potentials to service business and employment requirements at a regional scale are
expected to have significantly positive impacts to the development of the other areas in the city. These centers shall
have functions beyond being central business districts as they shall be directly supported by complete community
facilities and amenities such as residences, schools, recreation and others. The Northern Mixed Use Center is the
Global City which has regionally significant development impacts. This center also includes the 25-hectare city-owned
area beside the BHIT. The Central Mixed Use Center, on the other hand, includes the DMCI Mixed-Use Project in the
Bambang-Hagonoy area. Finally, the Southern Growth Center includes the FTI Complex which has long been a
significant center of employment and is being planned for conversion into a mixed-use development area. Given these
centers' enormous growth generating potential, these have to be properly interconnected in order to generate maximum
access opportunities thereby benefiting the entire city. Three significant industrial centers, along with the smaller area
occupied by the RSBS Industrial estate, complement the Northern, Central and southern Mixed use Centers. These
significant centers include the Northeastern Industrial Center Napindan), Central Industrial Center (BCDA IT Park), and
Southern Industrial Center (Bagong Tanyag - Bagumbayan). The long-term objective for these centers is for the
development of light and information technology-based industries. As in the Mixed Use Centers, these have to be
physically linked with the rest of Taguig in order to enhance the inter-dependent movement of people, goods and
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There are also thirteen designated Local Growth Centers that shall provide neighborhood-scale services. Located at
critical junctions throughout the city, these centers ensure the easy access of community services for residents
throughout Taguig. Small retailing and service facilities that cater to the requirements of the immediate community
characterize these centers. Urban design controls (building and site development) and management (traffic) have to be
implemented to make these centers grow more effectively.
The second layer is a Land Management Framework which spells out the broad policies and programs that will guide all
developments in Taguig. The Land Management Framework ensures that individual developments remain consistent to
the goals of socio-economic progress and growth sustainability. For the purpose of guiding developments in the various
locations in Taguig, eleven Land Management Areas are defined. These are Urban Core Area, General Residential
Development Area - 1, General Residential Development Area - 2, Light Industrial Area, Socialized Housing Area, Low
Density Residential Development Area, Institutional area, Tourism development Area, Military Area and Open space
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The classification of areas was based on proximity, commonality of concerns, level of urbanization, environmental
characteristics and development potentials. Policy directions as well as broad development programs that respond to
key issues are provided for each area.
The Urban Core Areas (UCA) include the Global City, BHIT Park area (net of the socialized housing area per EO 70),
25-hectare municipal property beside the BHIT, properties east of the Main Spine Road and Commando Link Road
including the DMCI Mixed-Use Project, and the FTI Complex. UCAs are intended for compact and planned unit
developments that provide for the convenient proximity between workplace, home and amenities. Publicly accessible
and functional open spaces among individual developments shall be required in these areas. Their physical and
functional linkages with "Old Taguig" shall be strengthened through the provision of world-class infrastructure facilities
such as roads, water, power and telecommunication facilities.

Areas classified as General Residential Development Area - 1 (GRDA-1) are neighborhood-type communities that are evenly distributed throughout
the municipality. These are mainly characterized by high-density mixed-use neighborhoods that are closely compacted and pre-dominated by
residences and small-scale neighborhood service establishments and community facilities. Future development potentials in most parts of the GDA
are limited due to the existence of heavily built-up areas and the presence of very narrow roads. The intent for GRDA - 1 is to upgrade its overall
urban environment through urban renewal programs particularly the upgrading of public parks, streets, lighting, sidewalks and utilities. Particular
attention shall be given to the development and maintenance of high-quality residential neighborhoods. Neighborhood scale commercial and
institutional facilities along with medium-intensity developments such as multiple-dwelling units, townhouses and the like shall be encouraged.

Land Use & Zoning Map


Approved Taguig Comprehensive Land Use Plan as per Resolution # 129 dated 19th of May ,2003 of the Taguig Sangguniang Bayan
Ordinance # 15 series of 2003.

General Residential Development Area - 2 (GRDA - 2) includes the areas presently occupied by the Bonifacio Naval
Station, Marines Corps, Navy Officers Village, Philippine Army (PA) Support Command, PA Dental Dispensary and
JUSMAG. This area is being earmarked for re-development as a master-planned medium density residential area. It
shall complement the predominantly commercial and business developments in the Global City by accommodating the
increasing demands for residential spaces in the municipality.
The Low Density Residential Development Area (LDRDA) is located in the AFPOVAI housing areas in Western
Bicutan, Bay breeze and Holy family Subdivision. These are established low-density residential area hosting officers
and other memebers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines as well as existing residential subdivisions. The LDRDA
shall be maintained as a low-density residential area.
The Socialized Housing Areas (SHA) are located in portions of Calzada, Napindan, Ibayo Tipas, Ligid Tipas, Bagong
Tanyag, Western Bicutan, signal Village and Palingon. The SHA in Palingon is located in a still undeveloped area. On
the other hand, undeveloped areas at the back of the residential and neighborhood facilities along the Maestrang pinang

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Road may be found in the Ibayo Tipas SHA. It also includes areas covered by EO 70 specifically a portion of the
Bonifacio Housing and Information Technology Zone, Lupang katuparan, Pamayanang Diego Silang and Philippine
Centennial Village.
The Institutional Area (IA) includes the designated institutional site in the Global City. Along the East service Road, it
includes the facilities of the Technological Education skills & Development Authority (TESDA), Nutrition Center of the
Philippines, Population Center Foundation and the Technological University of the Philippines. Along General Santos
Avenue, it includes the properties of the Department of Public Works and Highway, National Science and Technology
Authority and the NRCP as well as the Camp Bagong Diwa. The IA shall be maintained and developed for institutional
purposes.
The Tourism Development Area (TDA) is located east of Manuel L. Quezon Avenue and road Dike from the
Muntinglupa boundary up to M. De Leon street. It also includes portions of Laguna Lake within the jurisdiction of Taguig.
TDAs are characterized by their orientation to the Lake thus possessing high amenity values. TDAs shall be developed
as low intensity development areas with close consideration towards enhancing lake-oriented tourism activities.
Environmental conservation and preservation shall guide all developments in these areas. Developments shall be
required to provide and maintain public visual and/or physical access to the lake. Building and site development design
restrictions on new developments shall be implemented to ensure minimal obstructions to the lake. The development of
public facilities that can provide access to the lake shall be encouraged.
The Light Industrial Areas (LIA) include the BCDA Information Technology (IT) Park, existing industrial areas in
Napindan, portions of Ibayo Napindan, portions of Ibayo tipas, portions of FTI, Veterans, RSBS industrial Estate (IE) and
the Maalac IE. Light industrial establishments and information technology-based facilities shall be encouraged in the
LIA. The maintenance of adequate environmental management measures in all industrial facilities shall be ensured.
The Entertainment Area is a one-hectare city-owned property located in Barangay Ususan. This area shall host "Pink
Light" establishments such as videoke bars, day & night clubs and massage parlors. Structures shall be made of
permanent materials. Particular attention shall be given to noise attenuation designs as well as the provision of
adequate parking spaces.
The Military Area (MA) includes the Armed Forces of the Philippines' retention area within Fort Bonifacio and shall be
for the exclusive use of the AFP.
Open Space Areas (OSA) include the American memorial, Libingan ng mga Bayani, Heritage park and philippine Navy
golf Club and a 20-meter strip to the west of C-5 from the East Service Road to the Libingan ng mga Bayani. These also
include the mandated 10-meter easement along Pasig river and its tributaries as mandated by Metro Manila
Development Authority Ordinance No. 81-01 and the easement provisions of the Philippine Water Code. The OSA shall
be maintained as functional open spaces with proper landscaping and park amenities and facilities.
There are also designated Special Development Areas (SDA) in order to achieve specific objectives of urban planning
and management. Within the context of the Land use Plan, these areas are governed by more specific policies such as
the minimization of roadside friction along major roads, encouragement of compact developments within the UCCA are
provided to realize these policies. These requirements are intended to support the policies specified for the Land
Management Areas to which individual properties are classified. Four categories of SDAs are hereby provided.
The Urban Corridor SDA (UCSDA) is defined by all properties that have direct access to c-5 and R-4. The objective for
the UCSDA is to minimize roadside friction to alleviate vehicular traffic conditions along C-5 and R-4. All developments
within the UCSDA shall observe the following: (1) No parking facilities shall be located directly fronting C-5 or R-4 but
shall be located at the back of each building/property; and (2) Abutments of buildings on property lines along C-5 or R-4
shall be allowed subject to the requirements of the National Building Code.
The thirteen Local Growth Centers define the Local Growth Center Special Development Areas (LGCSDA).
Properties that will fall under LGCSDA classification are defined as follows: (1) for intersections, the limits shall be
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starting from the center point of the concerned intersection. Properties that are within the edges of the 500 meter limit
shall be considered within the LGCSDA if any portion of their respective boundaries falls within the said limit; and (2) for
specific properties, the limits shall be defined by the technical description of the boundary of the concerned lot parcel.
The objectives for the LGCSDA are to minimize roadside friction and to encourage compact developments. All
developments within the LGCSDA shall observe the following; (1) No parking facilities shall be located fronting the
concerned roads within the LGCSDA but shall be located at the back of each building/property; (2) Abutments of
buildings on property lines along concerned roads shall be allowed subject to the requirements of the National Building
Code; and (3) Allowed building densities shall be higher in LGCSDAs than in the general Land Management Area to
which specific properties are classified.

LAND USE PLAN

Area Allocation
Area
Urban Core Zone
Gen. Resdl. Development Zone 1
Gen. Resdl. Development Zone 2
Light Industrial Zone
Socialized Housing Zone
Low Density Resdl. Devt. Zone
Institutional Zone
Tourism Development Zone
Entertainment Zone
Military Zone
Open Space Zone
R.O.W. / Creel / Easement
Total

Area (Ha.)
344
1,835.32
151
280
253
172
436
1
301
100
243
421.88
4,538.20

Share (%)
7.58
40.44
3.33
6.17
5.58
3.79
9.61
0.02
6.63
2.20
5.35
9.30
100

The Historical Special Development Area (HSDA) is located in the traditional urban center of Taguig within the vicinity
of the existing City Hall in Tuktukan and the Santa Ana Church. The objective for the HSDA is to transform these into a
historically oriented tourism area to fully complement the new and modern developments in Taguig thus imbuing the city
with a diversity of urban features. The City Government shall draw up a detailed master historic redevelopment plan for
the HSDA that will define the specific coverage of the area. The master plan will also pursue a development theme,
which may be anchored on an old town concept, with the re-developed city hall property and the sta. Ana church as
focal points. Building and design guidelines shall be specified to govern the development of all properties within the
HSDA.
The Fish Port Special Development Area (FPSDA) is located in Barangay Bagumbayan near Muntinglupa Boundary.
The intent for the FPSDA is for it to have fish landing and support facilities such as cold storage areas.
LAND MANAGEMENT MATRIX

Land Use Intensity Control


Area

PLOmax

Urban Core Zone


Gen. Resdl. Development Zone 1

75

Gen. Resdl. Development Zone 2

80

Light Industrial Zone

70

Socialized Housing Zone


Low Density Resdl. Devt. Zone

70

FARmax

BHLmax

AISARmax

MAPSAmin

Per the reqmts. Of the NBC & related laws&/or duly approved IDCs.
2
3
Plus 20% of resultant
Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)
5
7
Plus 20% of resultant
Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)
2
3
Plus 20% of resultant
Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)
Per the requirements of BP 220; CMP
2
3
Plus 20% of resultant
Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)

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Institutional Zone

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4

Plus 20% of resultant


Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)
Tourism Development Zone
70
3
4
Plus 20% of resultant
Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)
Entertainment Zone
70
2
3
Plus 20% of resultant
Lot Area PLO
(PLO + AISAR)
Military Zone
Per the reqmts. Of the NBC & related laws &/or the AFP
Open Space Zone
Per the reqmts. Of the NBC & related laws&/or duly approved IDCs.
*** Taguig Sangguniang Bayan Zoning Ordinance # 15 series of 2003.

development
investment
plan

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT FISCAL ASSESSMENT


HISTORICAL PERFORMANCE
Revenues and Receipts
The municipality of Taguig was under the two local government administrations for the fiscal period
of 1995 to 1999. It should be noted, however, that the change in administration and local
leadership did not affect the municipal government's fiscal performance. In fact. It has been
growing steadily and has shown no signs of waning. During the period reviewed, the LGU
generated a remarkable average revenue of P286.405 million. The impact of the mid-1997 Asian
Financial Crisis that collapsed many industries was apparently hardly noticed in the LGU's
revenues and receipts. Overall, its revenues grew at an average rate of 22.8%, which were largely
generated from real property taxes and municipal business taxes. These items constitute an
annual average collection of P70.482 million and P75.653 million, respectively. Non-taxed items,
on the other hand, have also become chief sources of revenues. While showing an irregular trend,
non-tax revenues provided a yearly average collection of P42.736 million. The combined
collections from these three major sources constitute 65.9% of the local government revenues.
In what seems to be the principal reason behind the sustainability of its financial resources are the
various regular revenue accounts charged on transactions in its locality. In all, the local
government has 50 local revenue and receipts accounts of which 16 were classified as tax-based
revenues while 34 accounts were non-taxed revenues. All these suggest that the local government
has been creative in looking for alternative sources from which it can generate revenues. The
revenue accounts are listed as follows:
Tax-Based Revenues
Real Property Taxes-Current
Real Property Taxes-previous
Real Property Taxes-Penalty
Transfer Tax
Municipal Business Tax
Occupation Tax
Franchise Tax
Community Tax-A&B
Community Tax -C&C1
Community Tax A&B - Penalty
Community Tax C&C1- Penalty
Share from MMDA
Tax on Delivery Van
Tax on Signboard
Tax on Weight and Measures
Non-Tax Revenues:
Mayor's Permit
Garbage Fee
Share from BCDA

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Building Permit
Annual Inspection Fee
Miscellaneous Revenues
Electrical Permit
Alien Registration Fee
Sanitary Inspection Fee
Secretary's Fee
Mechanical Permit
Marriage License Fee
Burial Permit
Exhumation Fee
Bicycle/Tricycle Registration
Police Clearance
Mayor's Clearance
Certificate of Occupancy
Land Use Zoning Fee
Plumbing Permit
Health Laboratory
Excavation Permit
3% Supervision Fee
Amusement Tax
Rental
Receipts from Market
Market Stall Rental
Electrical Fees-Talipapa
Receipts from Cemetery
Tricycle Supervision Fee
Pedicab Registration
Municipal Share from LLDA
Cultural Fees
Interests on Deposits

The IRA is also an important revenue item of the local government as this is used to subsidize the
devolved national government functions. About 20% of the IRA allotment is automatically
appropriated to municipal development projects. As noted, the municipality has been receiving a
significant share of the IRA since the implementation of R.A.7160 in 1992. The department of
Budget and Management used 50% of the factor in computing the IRA based on the population of
the LGU while 25% is based on the land area and the remaining 25% is from an equally allocated
share that every municipality nationwide received. The town's large population contributes to its
higher share on IRA. From 1995 to 1999, the LGU of Taguig received an average of P90.355
million per year. It exceeded the P100.0 million ceiling in 1998 and reached P130.827 million in
1999. In fact, it is possible for taguig's IRA to reach the billion peso mark before the end of the
planning horizon of 20 years.

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Expenditures
Excluding the capital outlay, the share of regular expenditure against the total revenues is within
the acceptable ceiling. The bulk of the capital outlay was due to personnel services in diffeent local
government offices which grew annually by 15.1% from 1995 to 1999. While growing at an annual
rate of 21.7% the maintenance and other operating expense (MOOE) in the office only share
15.3% of the revenue. It was the MOOE on non-office expenditures that showed significant growth
over this fiscal period. The large portions included the regular appropriations for 5% MMDA
Contribution, garbage collection and the clean and green program. Occasionally, the 5% calamity
fund shares the large amount in non-office expenditures. The local government also has an
existing loan of which P22.248 million was used as payment in 1999.
What could be noted further within the same period was that the LGU never exceeded its expenses
against its total revenues. Fund surplus is prominent in their yearly operation despite the fact that
the LGU has undergone the transition period brought about by the turnover of leadership in local
administration. The assessment suggests that the people behind the fiscal management of the
local foffers under the two local administrations were exercising due diligence in their assigned
tasks. Such quality of local leadership should be maintained in order to sustain the development of
Taguig over the long-term.

Fund Surplus
The fact that the present administration and its predecessor never experienced deficit from their
operations is a good indication that the implementation of development programs and projects for
taguig will succeed. Moreover, the healthy fiscal posotion of the local government coffers should be
maintained as this builds up confidence in prospective investors. While representing 8.5% of the
total revenues, the yearly increase in surplus funds is impressive. On the average, the local
government has maintained a surplus amount of P24.288 million after deducting the investment for
capital outlay.

FINANCIAL RESOURCE MOBILIZATION


The consistent generation of fund surplus by the local government of Taguig suggests that its
financial resources are being managed in conservative fashion. All cash that it had generated are
deposited in banks and government financial institutions. From 1995 to 1999, as summarized
below, the local government has had multi-million cash holdings after paying all its obligations at
every year end of each fiscal period.

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Consolidated Cash Account
Total Cash Available
Cash Reserve for Trust Fund
Net Cash Available (in million)

1995
P 74.702
10.736
P63.966

PROFILE

1996
P181.947
11.356
P170.591

1997
P150.756
14.205
P136.551

1998
P150.809
11.962
P138.827

1999
P93.375
10.189
P83.186

SOURCE: Office of the Municipal accountant of taguig

A perceived weakness of the local administration is its reluctance to generate more income from its
cash resources. It has not invested some of its excess funds either in treasury bills or in short-term
money market placements. It only generates interest income on deposits. On the other hand, given
the healthy fiscal position, it would not be difficult for the LGU to pursue its short-term development
plans since it has adequate financial resources.

FINANCIAL PROJECTION AND POTENTIAL RESOURCE CAPABILITY OF


TAGUIG
Short - Term
The twenty-year financial projection indicates a similar healthy position for the local government of
Taguig. A conservative approach that uses the trend of the LGU's historical accounting data was
applied in the projection. It also includes the expenses that would be drawn for new positions
proposed under the CLUZP. However, one deciding factor considered in the projection is that
whoever the people will vote for will exercise due diligence and prudence over the management of
local government affairs. This is most important in development.
In the first three years (2201-2003) of implementing the development plans, it is projected that the
LGU would be able to generate a total fund surplus amounting to P325.787 million. Knowing the
LGU's conservative stance in managing its financial resources, the amount would be bigger if the
cash surplus from year 2000 will be added.
Taguig also has important socio-economic attributes that could sustain its revenues and receipts
over the short-term. The high growth rates of its population would also translate into increasing the
municipal government collection in garbage fees, land use zoning fees, and the issuance of
electrical permits as well as in community taxes (residence certificates). Each account generates
millions of pesos in annual collection. The increase in population likewise will also hasten the
demand for housing and the establishment of business enterprises. These could further increase
the alreadt multimillion collections in municipal business taxes, mayor's permit and building permits
which have a combined collection of P97.022 million in 1999. With space in the neighboring LGU's
becoming scarce, price speculation on real properties cannot be avoided. This will consequently
lead to the increase in land values that will be reflected on taxes paid by real property owners to
the local government. In 1999, Taguig had P70.403 million collections from these accounts.

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Projected Revenues and Expenses


Of the LGU of Taguig: 2001 - 2020
Amounts in Thousand Pesos ( '000 )
2007

2008

2009

2010

20112020

527,472

606,864

706,998

832,516

962,543

25,595,630

94,735

106,978

122,957

143,665

163,601

4,202,619

228,445

258,653

292,862

331,600

375,469

425,150

8,971,210

758,623

880,860

1,006,704

1,161,555

1,351,650

1,551,294

38,769,459

244,212

268,878

296,034

325,934

358,853

395,097

6,966,141

169,281

199,751

235,706

278,133

328,197

387,273

10,748,812

133,269

149,261

167,172

187,233

209,701

234,865

263,049

5,170,113

489,085

562,754

635,801

718,973

813,768

921,915

1,045,419

22,885,066

245,059

287,731

347,787

429,735

505,875

15,884,393

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

248,599

287,592

338,125

386,343

448,594

38,520

42,889

63,857

71,518

81,584

133,981

155,163

177,171

201,769

421,100

485,644

579,153

659,630

159,548

175,503

193,053

212,358

87,313

103,029

121,575

143,458

94,858

106,241

118,990

341,719

384,773

433,618

2006

REVENUES AND RECEIPTS


Tax-Based Revenues
Non-Tax
Receipts
&
Revenues
Internal Revenue Allotment
Total
Revenue
and
Receipts

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services
Maint. & Other Operating
Expenses
MOOE (Non-office Expense)
Total Expenditures

FUND SURPLUS
79,381

100,871

145,535

170,545

195,869

Medium - Term
Over the medium-term horizon, it is assumed that there will be a continuation of local government
management policies no matter who is voted into office in 2001. It is also assumed that the socioeconomic attributes of taguig will not change and that it will continue to generate its revenues and
receipts based on the assumptions established in the short-term. The continued increase in
collection of garbage fees, land use zoning fees, and the issuance of electrical permits as well as
community taxes (residence certificates) are also expected owing to the high growth rates of its
population. The quest for a decent dwelling unit or major repairs on structures will further fuel the
establishment of business enterprises which will eventually increase the collections from municipal
business taxes, mayor's permit and building permits. It is also expected that there will be an
increase in land values that will eventually hike the collections on real property taxes. The amount
that the LGU shall receive from its share on the collection of BCDA from Fort Bonifacio Global City
(FBGC) operation is factored in this financial plan.
Long - Term

The financial projection for the long-term indicates a favorable position for the local government of
taguig. It is expected that there will be significant changes in the town's socio-economic attributes
and new sources of revenues and receipts shall be created. Collections from traditional sources of
local revenues such as garbage fees, land use zoning fees, and the issuance of electrical permits
as well in community taxes shall increase. Revenues from other non-tax items such as in
amusement, police clearance, mechanical permits, receipts from markets shall reach the million
ceiling as well. One significant source of local revenue is its share in the collection of BCDA from

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the Fort Bonifacio Global City (FBGC) which is expected to be substantially occupied within this 20year period. The LGU owns a five hectare prime property at the FBGC vicinity that is worth a big
amount when sold. Should the Circumferential Road-6 (C-6) be completed within this period, it will
also provide additional sources of revenues for taguig. This assumption, however, was not included
in the financial projection.

Investment Schedule
Of Short-Term Programs & Projects
Amounts in Thousand Pesos ('000)

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS


ECONOMIC SECTOR:
1. Training Center for Local Entrepreneurs
2. Training of OSY, women, neighborhood assn., senior
citizens,retired employees, farmers and fishermen
3. Development/construction od 1 public market
4. Development of 1 pilot cooperatives
Sub-Total Economic Sector
SOCIAL SECTOR
1. Population and Development Program
2. Office for Population and Development
3. Early Childhood Development Program
4. Construction of 664 classrooms for Elem. Sch.
5. Construction of 159 classrooms for high school
6. Construction of 4 elem. School libraries
7. Construction of 2 clinics for elem. Schools
8. Construction of 1 clinic for high school.

Imple-menting
Agency
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

LGU
LGU
LGU
DECS
DECS
DECS
DECS
DECS

Total
Project
Cost

LGU
Share

Investment Schedule

2001

2002

2003

600

600

600

1,200

1,200

1,200

400

400

400

100

100

2,300

2,300

2,200

100

100

100

400

400

400

200

200

200

210,000

42,000

42,000

50,230

10,046

10,046

12,000

2,400

200

40

40

100

20

20

100
100

2,400

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9. Construction of 1-unit 2-storey elem. School bldgs. with 4
rooms in Bambang
10. Construction of 1-unit 2-storey elem. School bldgs. with 4
rooms in Calzada
11. Construction of 1-unit 2-storey elem. School bldgs. with 4
rooms in Ibayo-Tipas
12. Construction of 1-unit 2-storey elem. School bldgs. with 4
rooms in Ligid-Tipas
13. Construction of 1-unit 2-storey elem. School bldgs. with 4
rooms in Maharlika Village
14. Community-based Health and Nutrition Program
15. Land Inventory, acquisition and development for low-cost
housing
16. Construction of low-cost housing
17.Information/Education Campaign and Social Preparation to
promote peace and order
18. Advocacy for Family Planning and Responsible Parenthood
19. Organization of women's group
20. Capability building for women
21. Sports and Recreation Development Program
22. Rehabilitation of existing sports facilities
Sub-Total Social Sector
ENVIRONMENT SECTOR
1. Solid Waste Management Program
2. Environmental Information Campaign
3. Air Quality Monitoring & Management Program
Sub-Total Environmental Sector
ROADS & TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
1. Construction of Lake Road
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR
1. Streetlights Modernization Program
2. Depressed Area Electrification Program
Sub-Total Infrastructure Sector
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
1. Site Planning for Municipal Hall Expansion
2. Human Resource Strengthening of Local Government
Personnel
3. Updating of Local Government Tax Code
4. computerization of Accounting, Treasury and Assessor's
Office operation.
5. Procurement of six (6) computer units for Municipal
Accounting Office
6. Procurement of two (2) computer units for Municipal
Treasurer's Office
7. Procurement of one (1) computer unit for Municipal Assessors
Office
8. Procurement of two (2) computer units for Municipal
Development Planning Office
9. One (1) unit service vehicle for Engineering office
10. One (1) unit service vehicle for MDPO
11.Procurement of 19 Handheld Communication Utilities for 19
barangays
12. Procurement of 19 Handheld Communication Utilities for
Vice Mayor, Councilors and other key officials of LGU
13. Procurement of 19 patrol tricycles for 19 barangays
14. Procurement of 19 manual typewriters for each barangay
15. Procurement of 19 steel filing cabinets for 19 barangays
16. Procurement of 10 steel filing cabinets for offices in Taguig
Municipal Hall

PROFILE

DECS

64,000

12,800

DECS

64,000

12,800

12,800

DECS

64,000

12,800

12,800

DECS

64,000

12,800

DECS

64,000

12,800

LGU
LGU/NHA

300

300

300

15,000

7,500

7,500

31,300

6,260

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

400

400

400

200

200

200

1,500

1,500

1,500

135,966

36,800

5,000

5,000

5,000

2,500

2,500

5,000

5,000

NHA
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

LGU
LGU
LGU

12,500

12,800

12,800
12,800

6,260

25,660

2,500
5,000
5,000

7,500

MDPO/LLDA

50,000

25,000

LGU/MMDA
LGU/MMDA

45,000

22,500

22,500

45,000

22,500

22,500

45,000

45,000

LGU
LGU

25,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

1,500

1,500

1,500

LGU
LGU

400

400

400

2,000

2,000

2,000

LGU

250

250

250

LGU

80

80

80

LGU

40

40

40

LGU

80

80

80

400

400

400

400

400

400

95

95

95

75

75

75

1,045

1,045

1,045

152

152

152

133

133

133

70

70

70

LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

73,506

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Sub-Total Local Government
OTHER PROJECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION TO BE
FINANCED BY NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OR PRIVATE
SECTOR
1. Development of 230KV Power Substation at Fort Bonifacio
2. Expansion of FBDC-2 Substation
3. Development of FBDC-1 and 2 115KV - 34.5KV Substation
4. Dike Realignment Study
5. Dredging and Clearing of Creeks

PROFILE
11,720

11,720

232,486

55,720

MERALCO
MERALCO
MERALCO
DPWH
DPWH/
LLDA

TOTAL INVESTMENT - SHORT-TERM

70,760

106,006

Investment Schedule
Of Medium-Term Programs & Projects
Amounts in Thousand Pesos ('000)

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS


ECONOMIC SECTOR:
1.Training of OSY, women, neighborhood assn., senior
citizens,retired employees, farmers and fishermen
2. Development/construction od 1 public market
3. Development of 1 pilot cooperatives
Sub-Total Economic Sector
SOCIAL SECTOR
1. Population and Development Program
2. Early Childhood Development Program
3. Construction of 664 classrooms for Elem. Sch.
4. Construction of 159 classrooms for high school
5. Construction of 1 high School libraries
6. Construction of 1 high school laboratory.
7. Construction of 7 elem. workshops
8. Construction of 3 high school workshops
9. Construction of one municipal hospital with 250-bed capacity
10. Construction of 90 barangay health stations in 18 barangays
11. Mobile Health Clinic
12. Community-based Health and Nutrition Program
13. Relocation and Resettlement of Informal settlers in danger
zone areas and those affected by right-of-way
14. Land Inventory,acquisition and development for low-cost
housing
15. Construction of low-cost housing

Imple-menting
Agency

Total
Project
Cost

LGU
Share

Investment Schedule

2004

2005

LGU

600

600

LGU
LGU

500

500

100

100

100

1,200

400

LGU
LGU
DECS
DECS
DECS
DECS
DECS
DECS
DOH
DOH
LGU
LGU
LGU

300

300
500

800

100

100

50

50

200

200

100

100

352,500

70,500

35,250

35,250

630,440

126,088

63,044

63,044

3,000

600

600

500

100

100

3,500

700

350

1,500

300

200

30,000

6,000

10,800

2,160

15,000

15,000

350
100
6,000

1,080

1,080
15,000

200

200

100

100

27,000

27,000

13,500

13,500

LGU/NHA

10,000

5,000

2,500

2,500

NHA

64,800

12,960

6,480

6,480

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16.Information/Education Campaign and Social Preparation to
promote peace and order
17. Advocacy for Family Planning and responsible Parenthood
18. Organization of women's group
19. Capability building for women
20. sports and Recreation Development Program
21. Rehabilitation of existing sports facilities
22. neighborhood Parks for 18 barangays
Sub-Total Social Sector
ENVIRONMENT SECTOR
1. Solid Waste Management Program
2. Master Plan on Local Waste Disposal and Recycling System
3. Institutionalization of Solid Waste Management
4. Drainage Master Plan
5. Sewerage Master Plan
6. Waste Management Study on Toxic and Hazardous Wastes
7. Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Program
8. Groundwater Use Monitoring Program
Sub-Total Environmental Sector
ROADS & TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
1. Human Resource Strengthening of Local Government
Personnel
Sub-Total Local Government
PROJECTS TO BE FINANCED BY NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT & PRIVATE SECTOR
1. Development of 230KV Power Substation at Fort Bonifacio
2. Four-lane 15.2 Km. Main Spine Road
3. Construction of 39 Km. Circumferential Road - 6
4. Construction of 2.3 Km. Sampaguita Link Road
5. Construction of 1.5 Km. Commando Link Road
6. Construction of Lower Bicutan Link Road
7. Construction of two-lane 2 Km. Camp Bagong Diwa Road
8. Construction of 1.24 Km. Two-lane Severina Link Road
TOTAL INVESTMENT - MEDIUM-TERM

LGU/DILG
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

LGU

PROFILE
200

100

50

50

200

200

100

100

200

200

100

100

300

300

150

150

300

300

150

150

500

500

250

250

6,000

6,000

3,000

3,000

274,508

127,154

147,354

2,500

2,500

1,250

1,250

3,000

3,000

1,500

1,500

750

750

2,000

2,000

1,000

1,000

3,000

3,000

1,500

1,500

2,000

2,000

2,000

3,000

3,000

1,500

6,000

6,000

3,000

3,000

23,000

11,000

12,000

1,000

500

500

1,000

500

500

299,708

139,054

160,654

1,000

3,000

1,500

MERALCO
DPWH/NPC
PNCC/BOT
DPWH
DPWH
DPWH
DPWH/PNR
DPWH/PNR

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TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

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PROFILE

Investment Schedule
Of Long -Term Programs & Projects
Amounts in Thousand Pesos ('000)

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS


ECONOMIC SECTOR:
1. Training of OSY, women, neighborhood assn., senior citizens,retired employees,
farmers and fishermen
2. Development/construction of 4 public markets
3. Development of two (2) pilot cooperatives
Sub-Total Economic Sector
SOCIAL SECTOR
1. Population and Development Program
2. Early Childhood Development Program
3. Construction of 664 classrooms for Elem. Sch.
4. Construction of 159 classrooms for high school
5. Municipal Library on Wheels
6. Construction of 15 elem. School laboratories
7. Non-Rormal Education Program
8. Construction of 90 barangay health stations in 18 barangays
9. Mobile Health Clinic
10. Community-based Health and Nutrition Program
11. Relocation and Resettlement of Informal Settlers in danger zone areas and those
affected by right-of-way
12. Land Inventory, acquisition and development for low-cost housing
13. Construction of low-cost housing
14.Information/Education Campaign and Social Preparation to promote peace and
order
15. Advocacy for Family Planning and Responsible Parenthood
16. Organization of women's group
17. Capability building for women
18. Sports and Recreation Development Program
19. Rehabilitation of existing sports facilities
20. Neighborhood parks for 18 barangays
Sub-Total Social Sector
ENVIRONMENT SECTOR
1. Solid Waste Management Program

Imple-menting
Agency

Total
Project Cost

LGU
Share

LGU

3,000

3,000

LGU
LGU

800

800

300

300
4,100

LGU
LGU
DECS
DECS
DECS
DECS
LGU
DOH
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU/NHA
NHA
LGU/DILG
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

1,500

1,500

1,200

1,200

688,900

137,780

1,232,100

246,420

5,000

1,000

7,500

1,500

20,300

20,300

5,400

1,080

3,000

3,000

60,000

60,000

50,000

10,000

134,000

26,800

3,000

1,500

1,500

1,500

1,500

1,500

3,000

3,000

2,500

2,500

2,500

2,500

8,000

8,000
531,080

LGU

30,000

30,000

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PROFILE

2. River Rehabilitation Program

LGU

22,000

Sub-Total Environmental Sector


ROADS & TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
1. Construction of 24.6 Km. Two-lane Secondary Road System
2. Construction of Commando Interchange
3. Construction of Sampaguita Interchange
4. Construction/Upgrading of Pedestrian Facilities
Sub-Total Roads and Transport Sector
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
1. Site Planning for Municipal Hall Expansion
2. Human Resource Strengthening of Local Government Personnel
3. Updating of Local Government Tax Code
4..Procurement of 19 Handheld Communication Utilities for 19 barangays
5. Procurement of 15 Handheld Communication Utilities for Vice Mayor, Councilors and
other key officials of LGU
6. Procurement of 19 patrol tricycles for 19 barangays
Sub-Total Local Government
OTHER PROJECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION TO BE FINANCED BY NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT OR PRIVATE SECTOR
1. Four-lane 15.2 Km. Main Spine Road
2. Construction of 1.24 Km. Two-lane severina Link Road
3. Development of 230KV Power Substation at Fort Bonifacio
TOTAL INVESTMENT - LONG-TERM

22,000
52,000

DPWH/MDPO
MDPO/LLDA
MDPO/LLDA
MDPO/LLDA

300,000

60,000

65,000

65,000

65,000

65,000

20,000

20,000
210,000

LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU
LGU

350,000

350,000

10,000

10,000

1,000

1,000
285
225
1,900
363,410

DPWH/NPC
DPWH/PNR
MERALCO
1,160,590

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PROFILE

population
dynamics
Taguig 2000

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PROFILE

2000 CENSUS OF Population & Housing of the NSO

POPULATION & SETTLEMENTS

DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
Population

467,375

Household Population
Male
Female
Sex Ratio
Increase in Population over 1995
Population Growth Rate
Population Density
Household Size
Population below 15 yrs. old
15-64 yrs. old (productive age)
65 yrs. old & over
0-17 yrs. old
18 &
over
Dependency Ratio
Young-age dependency ratio (0-14yrs. old)
Old-age dependency ratio (65 yrs. old & over)
Married Persons
Male
Female
In-Migrants population
Dominant Dialect Spoken
(Total Households)
Tagalog
Ilocano
Bicol
Cebuano
Religion
(Households Population)
Roman Catholic
Islam
Iglesia ni Cristo
Evangelicals
Differently Able (Disabled-persons)
Male
Female
Type of Disability
Low Vision 1,453
Mentally Ill 439
Loss of one or both arms/hands
Mantally retarded
Quadriplegic 164
Literacy Rate
Total literate
Total Illiterate
Better educated
No Grade completed

464,555
231,106
233,449

98.996%
381,350
4.15%
10,299 persons/sq.km.
4.55 person/household
117,782
341,072
8,521
188,163
279,212
2.50%
202,443
90,386
104,057
44,332
102,723 households
94,184
1,179
936
884
464,555
404,280
13,870
12,937
9,383
3,505
1,665
1,840

37.03%
34.53%
43.31%
9.54%
91.69%
1.15%
0.91%
0.86%
87.03%
2.99%
2.78%
2.02%
0.75%

232
229
340,244
6,547
260,576
9,812

98.11%
65.07%
2.45%

TAGUIG Poverty Mapping


Demography
Total land area (km2)
Total no. of barangays

45.382
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NSO, 2000 Census of Pop.& Housing

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Total population
Total no. of households
Population density ( per km2)

102,723

PROFILE
467,375
NSO, 2000 Census of Pop.& Housing
NSO, 2000 Census of Pop.& Housing
13,869
NSO, 2000 Census of Pop.& Housing

Economic and Employment


Poverty incidence
Poverty incidence by population
No. of poor
Unemployment rate
No. of OFWs
No. of active coops

31,314

4.90%
Natl. Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB),2000
6.7%
Natl. Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB),2000
Natl. Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB),2000
17.40%
Natl. Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB),2000
35,341
Natl. Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB),2000
57
Cooperative Development Authority, 2004

Housing and Land Tenure


No. of Informal Settlers (HHs)
Percentage of Informal settlers to total HHs

21,931
33.70

HUDCC, 2000
HUDCC, 2000

1.04
20.56

DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003

Health and Sanitation


Maternal death rate
Infant death rate
Malnutrition rate
Below normal-low
Below normal-very low
0.26%
Households served with safe water
85.46%
Households with sanitary toilets
Households with satisfactory garbage disposal
81.6%
Households with complete basic sanitation facilities
No. and Ratio of LGU Facilities
No. of Health Centers
Ratio to population
Distribution of Hospitals
Government hospital
Private hospital
Hospital Beds ( Government & private) and Bed Population Ratio
Total beds
Bed population ratio
TB cases
Diarrhea cases
Dengue fever cases
Broncitis/Bronchiolitis cases
Pneumonia cases

2.14%
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
83.30%
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
83.30%
DOH-NCR, 2003
21
1:27,236

DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003

1
4

DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003

137
1:4,175
104.7
534.7
4.2
1,223.7
495.3

DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003
DOH-NCR, 2003

81.36%

DepEd-NCR, 2004

103.13
113.44

DepEd-NCR, 2004
DepEd-NCR, 2004

Education
Cohort Survival rate
Secondary
Room student ratio
Primary
Secondary
Teacher student ratio
Primary
Secondary
Household heads highest grade completed (Elementary) 17.13%
Household heads highest grade completed (High school) 44.70%

48.12
DepEd-NCR, 2004
47.13
DepEd-NCR, 2004
NSO, 2000 Census on Population and Housing
NSO, 2000 Census on Population and Housing

Human Rights
No. of human rights cases or complaints

22

Commission on Human Rights, 2004

Peace & Order


Average Monthly Crime rate (AMCR)

23.92%

NCRPO, Crime Statistics, Jan.-Dec. 2004

Governance and participation


No. of accredited Pos
(in million pesos)
IRA per capita
Election participation

231.48

51
Presdl.Comm. for the Urban Poor (PCUP),2004 IRA,
Department of Budget and Management (DBM)
495.28
Department of Budget and Management (DBM)
71.74%
COMELEC records & Statistics Div. Report,Jan. 2005

2004

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Risks and vulnerability to natural disasters
Flood
Earthquake
Liquefaction risk
Ground shaking
No. of informal settlers living in danger areas
Solid waste
Volume of solid waste generated per day (tons per day)
Collection rate

5
4
2,869

PROFILE
PAG-ASA, PHIVOLCS
PAG-ASA, PHIVOLCS
4
PAG-ASA, PHIVOLCS
3
PAG-ASA, PHIVOLCS
HUDCC, 2000
149.1
56.79%

MMDA
MMDA

POPULATION, HOUSEHOLD POPULATION,


POPULATION DENSITY by BARANGAY
Taguig 2004

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PROFILE

**PROJECTED**
BARANGAY
1. Bagong Tanyag
2. Bagumbayan
3. Bambang
4. Calzada
5. Hagunoy
6. Ibayo-Tipas
7. Ligid-Tipas
8. Lower Bicutan
9. Maharlika Village
10. Napindan
11. Palingon
12. Sta. Ana
13. Signal Village
14. Tuktukan
15. Upper Bicutan
16. Ususan
17. Wawa
18. Western Bicutan
TOTAL

POPULATION

37,761
31,847
6,244
11,910
19,816
15,981
7,548
74,406
15,134
11,476
8,428
15,140
97,423
8,390
57,517
16,328
8,450
106,336
550,135

# OF HOUSEHOLD
POPULATION

7,552
6,369
1,248
2,382
3,963
3,196
1,509
14,881
3,026
2,295
1,685
3,028
19,484
1,678
11,503
3,265
1,690
21,267
110,027

ESTIMATED
AREA

POPULATION
DENSITY

(SQ.KM.)

(PERSON/SQ. KM.)

2.17
3.62
0.92
1.77
1.62
1.56
0.68
2.35
0.51
2.70
1.17
0.22
1.10
0.31
1.44
1.45
1.98
19.91
45.382

SOURCE: City Planning and Development Office


NOTE:
Figures computed by Planning Office based on the NSO Census 2000

POPULATION, HOUSEHOLD POPULATION,


POPULATION DENSITY by BARANGAY
Taguig 2005

17,401
8,798
6,787
6,729
12,232
10.244
11,100
31,662
29,674
4,250
7,203
68,818
88,566
27,065
39,942
11,261
4,268
5,341
12,122

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PROFILE

**PROJECTED**
BARANGAY

POPULATION

1. Bagong Tanyag
2. Bagumbayan
3. Bambang
4. Calzada
5. Hagunoy
6. Ibayo-Tipas
7. Ligid-Tipas
8. Lower Bicutan
9. Maharlika Village
10. Napindan
11. Palingon
12. Sta. Ana
13. Signal Village
14. Tuktukan
15. Upper Bicutan
16. Ususan
17. Wawa
18. Western Bicutan
TOTAL

# OF HOUSEHOLD

39,310
33,158
6,500
12,400
20,633
16,637
7,858
77,466
15,756
11,949
8,773
15,763
101,425
8,736
59,882
16,999
8,799
110,703
572,747

8,640
7,287
1,429
2,725
4,535
3,657
1,727
17,025
3,463
2,626
1,928
3,464
22,291
1,920
13,161
3,736
1,934
24,330
125,878

ESTIMATED
AREA

POPULATION
DENSITY

(SQ.KM.)

(PERSON/SQ. KM.)

2.17
3.62
0.92
1.77
1.62
1.56
0.68
2.35
0.51
2.70
1.17
0.22
1.10
0.31
1.44
1.45
1.98
19.91
45.382

SOURCE: City Planning and Development Office


NOTE :
Figures computed by Planning Office based on NSO Census 2000 using 4.15% growth rate..

POPULATION, HOUSEHOLD POPULATION,


POPULATION DENSITY by BARANGAY
Taguig 2005
**PROJECTED**

18,115
9,160
7,065
7,006
12,736
10,665
11,556
32,964
30,894
4,426
7,498
71,650
92,205
28,181
41,585
11,723
4,444
5,560
12,621

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BARANGAY

POPULATION

1. Bagong Tanyag
2. Bagumbayan
3. Bambang
4. Calzada
5. Hagunoy
6. Ibayo-Tipas
7. Ligid-Tipas
8. Lower Bicutan
9. Maharlika Village
10. Napindan
11. Palingon
12. Sta. Ana
13. Signal Village
14. Tuktukan
15. Upper Bicutan
16. Ususan
17. Wawa
18. Western Bicutan
TOTAL

52,123
38,159
7,552
11,031
20,168
17,440
7,858
80,363
18,406
10,830
9,939
14,132
114,824
10,655
76,838
20,558
11,269
100,765
622,910

PROFILE
# OF HOUSEHOLD

10,827
7,927
1,569
2,292
4,190
3,623
1,632
16,694
3,824
2,250
2,065
2,936
23,852
2,213
15,961
4,271
2,341
20,932
102,723

ESTIMATED
AREA

POPULATION
DENSITY

(SQ.KM.)

(PERSON/SQ. KM.)

2.17
3.62
0.92
1.77
1.62
1.56
0.68
2.35
0.51
2.70
1.17
0.22
1.10
0.31
1.44
1.45
1.98
19.91
45.382

SOURCE: City Planning and Development Office


NOTE :
Figures computed by Planning Office based on the 1995 Census-Based City/Municipal Population Projection of Taguig City for the year 2005.

TAGUIG HOUSEHOLD POPULATION


By Age Group, and Sex
NSO Census May 01, 2000

Age Group and City

Both Sexes

Male

Female

All Ages

464,555

231,106

233,449

24,020
10,541
8,209
6,232
12,449
11,179
11,556
34,197
36,090
4,011
8,495
64,236
104,385
34,371
53,360
14,178
5,691
5,061
13,726

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Under 1
1-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80 & over
0-17
18 & over
65 & over

PROFILE

13,705
50,412
53,647
45,079
43,422
50,113
47,393
41,764
34,167
28,207
20,227
13,856
7,855
6,206
3,707
2,311
1,328
1,156
187,748
276,807
8,502

7,090
25,927
27,474
22,661
20,841
23,477
23,139
20,910
17,168
14,343
10,544
7,092
3,905
2,946
1,656
1,057
525
351
95,225
135,881
3,589

6,615
24,485
26,173
22,418
22,581
26,636
24,254
20,854
16,999
13,864
9,683
6,764
3,950
3,260
2,051
1,254
803
805
92,523
140,926
4,913

TAGUIG CITY
TOTAL POPULATION BY AGE GROUP
& BY BARANGAY
PROJECTED 2005

BARANGAY

0-04

05-09

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

30-34

Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan
Bambang
Calzada
Hagonoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Napindan

5,469
4,601
907
1,685
2,911
2,278
1,103
10,259
2,139
1,656

4,613
3,635
719
1,630
2,453
1,970
792
8,973
1,662
1,422

3,390
3,282
685
1,317
2,065
1,645
745
7,289
1,380
1,262

3,556
2,989
621
1,140
1,881
1,569
764
7,213
1,322
1,152

4,929
3,461
668
1,234
2,013
1,705
803
7,963
1,790
1,205

4,468
3,351
587
1,132
1,889
1,555
824
7,566
1,957
1,128

3,771
3,040
572
1,309
1,764
1,520
699
6,532
1,561
1,070

SUBTOTAL
24,623
19,877
4,431
7,489
12,221
9,990
4,675
45,531
9,633
7,286

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PROFILE

Palingon-Tipas
Sta. Ana
Signal Village
Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan
Ususan
Wawa
Western Bicutan
TAGUIG CITY

825
1,717
11,127
914
6,903
1,694
872
11,962
61,784

BARANGAY

1,221
2,201
14,106
1,242
8,344
2,394
1,242
15,292
79,050
35-39

1,033
1,843
11,642
926
6,508
1,895
964
10,581
66,141
40-44

45-49

921
1,577
10,106
830
5,892
1,651
964
10,581
55,578
50-54

867
1,486
9,564
864
5,854
1,622
853
10,216
53,535
55-59

60-64

Bagong Tanyag
2,801
2,275
1,647
1,007
658
512
Bagumbayan
2,375
2,087
1,573
1,179
602
478
Bambang
433
378
305
227
155
99
Calzada
826
673
489
330
275
162
Hagonoy
1,507
1,251
1,007
794
514
441
Ibayo-Tipas
1,192
965
681
482
308
275
Ligid-Tipas
573
434
350
298
190
143
Lower Bicutan
5,504
4,485
3,128
2,175
1,172
836
Maharlika Village
1,281
1,011
552
361
179
139
Napindan
853
665
522
388
210
174
Palingon-Tipas
628
519
406
279
203
185
Sta. Ana
1,131
861
737
567
332
303
Signal Village
7,730
6,362
4,499
2,794
1,398
1,172
Tuktukan
644
567
455
358
215
170
Upper Bicutan
4,215
3,499
2,669
1,777
1,107
830
Ususan
1,269
1,134
792
669
381
329
Wawa
618
511
432
351
235
174
Western Bicutan
8,546
7,098
4,705
3,046
1,549
1,229
TAGUIG CITY
42,124 34,776
24,938
17,083
9,684
7,651
Prrojected/Computed by CDPO using 4.15% growth rate of the actual 2000 NSO Census.

778
1,431
10,875
755
6,418
1,505
755
11,456
58,431

713
1,358
9,137
817
5,391
1,518
755
10,238
51,491

65-69

70-74

75-79

244
284
88
116
238
152
113
539
67
106
131
174
722
107
505
208
101
676
4,570

153
185
54
81
147
102
65
325
51
79
65
101
514
79
268
122
52
406
2,849

74
117
42
47
97
58
42
212
16
36
41
59
276
37
155
88
42
198
1,637

5,188
9,473
62,469
5,179
36,976
10,031
5,253
67,510
347,835
80 &
over
6
10
2
2
11
5
5
15
2
2
2
6
17
2
11
6
4
20
142

SUBTOTAL

9,377
8,888
1,782
3,002
6,007
4,187
2,114
18,392
3,659
3,034
2,458
4,271
25,486
2,622
15,305
4,999
2,520
27,472
145,406

TAGUIG CITY
TOTAL POPULATION BY AGE GROUP
& BY BARANGAY
ESTIMATED 2000

BARANGAY

0-04

05-09

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

30-34

TOTAL

Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan
Bambang
Calzada
Hagonoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Napindan
Palingon-Tipas
Sta. Ana
Signal Village
Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan
Ususan
Wawa
Western Bicutan
TAGUIG CITY

4,463
3,755
740
1,375
2,375
1,859
900
8,372
1,746
1,351
996
1,796
11,510
1,013
6,809
1,954
1,013
12,478
64,505

3,745
2,966
587
1,330
2,002
1,608
646
7,322
1,349
1,191
843
1,504
9,500
756
5,311
1,546
814
10,869
53,973

2,767
2,618
559
1,074
1,685
1,342
608
5,948
1,125
1,030
752
1,287
8,244
677
4,808
1,347
787
8,634
45,353

2,902
2,439
507
931
1,535
1,281
624
5,887
1,080
938
708
1,212
7,804
705
4,777
1,324
696
8,336
43,686

4,022
2,824
545
1,007
1,643
1,391
655
6,498
1,461
982
673
1,401
9,080
745
5,633
1,382
711
9,761
50,417

3,646
2,734
479
924
1,541
1,269
672
6,174
1,598
921
635
1,168
8,875
616
5,238
1,240
616
9,348
47,681

3,078
2,481
469
848
1,440
1,240
570
5,330
1,274
873
581
1,105
7,456
667
4,400
1,238
616
8,354
42,017

24,623
19,877
4,431
7,489
12,221
9,990
4,675
45,531
9,633
7,286
5,188
9,473
62,469
5,179
36,976
10,031
5,253
67,510
347,835

89

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


BARANGAY

35-39

40-44

45-49

50-54

55-59

PROFILE
60-64

65-69

70-74

75-79

Bagong Tanyag
2,286
1,856
1,344
822
537
418
Bagumbayan
1,938
1,703
1,283
962
491
390
Bambang
353
309
248
185
127
80
Calzada
674
549
399
270
224
132
Hagonoy
1,229
1,021
822
648
420
360
Ibayo-Tipas
973
788
555
393
252
224
Ligid-Tipas
468
354
286
243
155
117
Lower Bicutan
4,491
3,660
2,552
1,775
957
682
Maharlika Village
1,045
825
451
295
146
114
Napindan
696
542
426
317
171
142
Palingon-Tipas
512
424
331
227
166
151
Sta. Ana
923
702
602
463
271
247
Signal Village
6,308
5,191
3,671
2,280
1,141
957
Tuktukan
525
462
363
292
175
139
Upper Bicutan
3,440
2,855
2,178
1,450
903
677
Ususan
1,035
926
646
546
311
269
Wawa
504
418
352
287
192
142
Western Bicutan
6,974
5,792
3,839
2,486
1,264
1,003
TAGUIG CITY
34,374
28,378
20,349
13,940
7,903
6,244
Prrojected/Computed by CDPO using 4.15% growth rate of the actual 2000 NSO Census.

199
231
72
95
194
124
93
440
54
87
107
142
590
88
412
170
82
551
3,730

125
151
44
66
120
84
53
266
41
64
53
82
420
64
218
100
42
331
2,325

60
96
34
39
79
47
34
173
13
29
33
48
225
30
127
71
34
162
1,336

80 &
over
5
8
2
2
9
4
4
12
2
2
2
5
14
2
9
5
3
16
116

Total
7,652
7,253
1,454
2,450
4,902
3,417
1,807
15,008
2,986
2,476
2,006
3,485
20,797
2,140
12,269
4,079
2,056
22,418
118,655

TAGUIG TOTAL POPULATION


By Age Group, and Sex
NSO Census May 01, 2000

Age Group and City

Both Sexes

Male

Female

All Ages
Under 1
1-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74

467,375
13,705
50,419
53,658
45,291
43,760
50,722
48,010
42,200
34,499
28,355
20,284
13,873
7,866
6,212
3,707
2,317

233,712
7,090
25,934
27,482
22,840
21,137
24,065
23,726
21,316
17,478
14,476
10,593
7,109
3,914
2,950
1,656
1,062

233,663
6,615
24,485
26,176
22,451
22,623
26,657
24,284
20,884
17,021
13,879
9,691
6,764
3,952
3,262
2,051
1,255

90

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


75-79
80 & over
0-17
18 & over
65 & over

1,328
1,169
188,163
279,212
8,521

PROFILE
525
359
95,570
138,142
3,602

803
810
92,593
141,070
4,919

TAGUIG TOTAL POPULATION


By Barangay
NSO Census May 01, 2000

Barangay
TAGUIG CITY
Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan
Bambang
Calzada
Hagonoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Napindan
Palingon
Santa Ana
Signal Village
Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan

Population 2000
467,375
32,078
27,058
5,304
10,119
16,837
13,576
6,412
63,214
12,857
9,751
7,159
12,863
82,765
7,129
48,865

91

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Ususan
Wawa
Western Bicutan

13,872
7,180
90,336

TAGUIG TOTAL POPULATION


By Single-Year Age Classification, and Sex
NSO Census May 01, 2000

Age Group and City

Both Sexes

Male

Female

All Ages
Under 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

467,375
13,705
12,576
13,167
12,607
12,069
11,662
10,636
10,777
10,354
10,229
10,148
8,995
9,120
8,746
8,282
8.099
8,306
8,685
9,016
9,654
10,471
10,176
9,987
10,014
10,074
10,053
9,030
9,934
9,559
9,434
10,344
8,785
8,151
7,373
7,547
7,980
7,107
6,978
6,342
6,182
7,063
5,623

233,712
7,090
6,509
6,777
6,541
6,107
5,977
5,467
5,508
5,225
5,305
5,293
4,426
4,582
4,441
4,098
4,010
4,049
4,165
4,294
4,619
4,972
4,794
4,745
4,707
4,847
4,925
4,354
4,903
4,734
4,810
5,291
4,334
4,137
3,642
3,912
3,950
3,553
3,538
3,261
3,176
3,625
2,822

233,663
6,615
6,067
6,390
6,066
5,962
5,685
5,169
5,269
5,129
4,924
4,855
4,569
4,538
4,305
4,184
4,089
4,257
4,520
4,722
5,035
5,499
5,382
5,242
5,307
5,227
5,128
4,676
5,031
4,825
4,624
5,053
4,451
4,014
3,731
3,635
4,030
3,464
3,440
3,081
3,006
3,438
2,801

92

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

5,705
5,186
4,778
5,242
4,166
3,976
3,463
3,437
3,695
2,748
2,803
2,421
2,206
1,845
1,544
1,605
1,508
1,364
1,630
1,193
1,243
1,150
996
994
689
744
653
627
662
444
496
397
318
357
298
250
197
226
222
133
148
93
86
63
55
57
71
48
34
56
44
12
5
6
12
6
7
8

2,891
2,659
2,479
2,777
2,171
2,053
1,814
1,778
1,933
1,382
1,417
1,247
1,130
929
798
762
749
676
813
591
569
533
444
446
294
331
305
280
320
194
235
174
139
163
117
87
75
83
66
47
43
28
35
19
16
21
25
9
13
17
5
3
2
1
3
3
2

2,814
2,527
2,299
2,465
1,995
1,923
1,649
1,659
1,762
1,366
1,386
1,174
1,076
916
746
843
759
688
817
602
674
617
552
548
395
413
348
347
342
250
261
223
179
194
181
163
122
143
156
86
105
65
51
44
39
36
46
39
21
39
39
9
5
4
11
3
4
6

100
101 & over

1
2

1
1

0-17
18 & over

188,163
279,212

95,570
138,142

92,593
141,070

93

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

BARANGAY POPULATION
by AGE Group

TAGUIG

80 and 0ver

75-79

70-74

65-69

60-64

55-59

50-54

45-49

40-44

35-39

30-34

25-29

20-24

15-19

10-14

05-09

0-04

Total

Barangay

Census 2000

464555

64117

53647

45079

43422

50113

47393

41764

34167

28207

20227

13856

7855

6206

3707

2311

1328

115

Bagong Tanyag

32146

4436

3742

2750

2884

3998

3624

3059

2272

1845

1336

817

534

415

198

124

60

Bagumbayan

27043

3732

2948

2662

2424

2807

2718

2466

1926

1693

1276

956

488

388

230

150

95

Bambang

5331

736

583

556

504

542

476

464

351

307

247

184

126

80

71

44

34

Calzada

9902

1367

1322

1068

925

1001

918

843

670

546

397

268

223

131

94

66

38

Hagonoy

17106

2361

1990

1675

1526

1633

1532

1431

1222

1015

817

644

417

358

193

119

79

Ibayo-Tipas

13390

1848

1598

1334

1273

1383

1261

1233

967

783

552

391

250

223

123

83

47

Ligid-Tipas

6482

895

642

604

620

651

668

567

465

352

284

242

154

116

92

53

34

Lower Bicutan

60287

8321

7278

5912

5851

6459

6137

5298

4464

3638

2537

1764

951

678

437

264

172

12

Maharlika Village

12571

1735

1348

1119

1073

1452

1588

1266

1039

820

448

293

145

113

54

41

13

Napindan

9731

1343

1183

1024

934

977

915

868

692

539

423

315

170

141

86

64

29

Palingon

7175

990

838

747

703

669

631

577

509

421

329

226

165

150

106

53

33

Santa Ana

12930

1785

1495

1279

1205

1393

1161

1098

917

698

598

460

269

246

141

82

48

Signal Village

82898

11441

9443

8194

7757

9025

8821

7411

6270

5160

3649

2266

1134

951

586

417

224

14

Tuktukan

7298

1007

751

673

701

741

612

663

522

460

361

290

174

138

87

64

30

Upper Bicutan

49037

6768

5279

4779

4748

5599

5206

4373

3419

2838

2165

1441

899

673

410

217

126

Ususan

14068

1942

1537

1339

1316

1374

1221

1231

1029

920

642

543

309

267

169

99

71

Wawa

7295

1007

809

782

692

707

612

612

501

415

350

285

191

141

82

42

34

89865

12403

10861

8582

8286

9702

9292

8304

6932

5757

3816

2471

1256

997

548

329

161

16

Western Bicutan

94

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

HOUSEHOLD POPULATION
by AGE Group
Census 2000

AGE GROUP
TAGUIG
All Ages
Under 1
1-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80 and over
0-17
18 and over
5 and over
10 and over

Both
Sexes
464555
13705
50412
53647
45079
43422
50113
47393
41764
34167
28207
20227
13856
7855
6206
3707
2311
1328
1156
187748
276807
400438
346791

Male
231106
7090
25927
27474
22661
20841
23477
23139
20910
17168
14343
10544
7092
3905
2946
1656
1057
525
351
95225
135881
198089
170615

Female
233449
6615
24485
26173
22418
22581
26636
24254
20854
16999
13864
9683
6764
3950
3260
2051
1254
803
805
92523
140926
202349
176176

HOUSEHOLD POPULATION
5 years old and over

95

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

by SEX,
CITY of PRESENT RESIDENCE and
PLACE of RESIDENCE 5 years ago
Census 2000

Both Sexes
Male
Female

400438
198089
202349

28585
13772
14813

HOUSEHOLD POPULATION
10 YRS OLD AND OVER
BY AGE GROUP, SEX,
AND MARITAL STATUS
CENSUS 2000

846
415
431

UNKNOWN

14901
7424
7477

FOREIGN
COUNTRY

339249
168383
170866

OTHER
PROVINCE

HOUSEHOLD
POPULATION 5
YRS OLD AND
OVER

OTHER
CITY/SAME
PROVINCE

SEX AND CITY OF


PRESENT
RESIDENCE

SAME CITY

PLACE OF RESIDENCE 5 YRS AGO

16857
8095
8762

96

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

83 200
1 214
5 057
12 428
15 085
13 811
12 241
9 045
6 045
3 264
2 402
1 308
778
349
173
82 402
1 994
8 309
14 453
15 284
13 220
10 837
7 345
4 814
2 563
1 790
973
463
192
165

2 198
45
42
63
66
104
194
241
245
236
282
205
194
135
146
7 924
82
97
106
249
382
655
777
971
877
1 128
877
666
542
515

1 313
40
93
131
191
228
195
175
116
62
43
17
14
6
2
3 057
88
280
370
447
486
431
394
251
148
84
41
23
8
6

10 756
569
2 225
2 533
1 843
1 265
903
590
394
201
127
62
27
8
9
10579
1 070
2 791
2 226
1 571
1 159
803
481
229
93
78
31
13
4
20

HOUSEHOLD POPULATION
by CITIZENSHIP
and SEX
( figures are estimates based on a 10% sample)

Citizenship
TAGUIG
Filipino
Chinese
American
Indonesian

Both Sexes
464 555
440 961
272
492
159

Male
231 106

Female
233 449

UNKNOWN

70 758
40 303
15 651
7 741
3 604
1 660
765
462
264
128
75
50
27
17
11
69 850
40 376
14 750
6 924
3 199
1 688
1 097
653
454
247
162
110
71
46
73

COMMOM-LAW/
LIVE-IN

DIVORCED/SEPA
RATED

170 615
43 502
23 477
23 139
20 910
17 168
14 343
10 544
7 092
3 905
2 946
1 656
1 057
525
351
176 176
44 999
26 636
24 254
20 854
16 999
13 864
9 683
6 764
3 950
3 260
2 051
1 254
803
805

WIDOWED

Below 20
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80 and over
FEMALE
Below 20
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80 and over

MARITAL STATUS

MARRIED

MALE

PROFILE

SINGLE

AGE, GROUP
AND SEX

HOUSEHOLD
POPULATION 10 YRS
OLD AND OVER

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

2 390
1 331
409
243
121
100
45
31
28
14
17
14
17
10
10
2 364
1 389
409
175
104
64
41
33
35
22
18
19
18
11
26

97

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Indian
Japanese
Iranian
Australian
British
Algerian
Angolan
Austrian
Bahrain
Belgian
Brazilian
Danes
Fiji
Guam
Hungarian
Italian
Nigerian
Papuan
Portuguese Timor and
Dependencies
Others
Not Stated

124
21
10
229
277
31
20
10
1 225
11
10
10

PROFILE

98

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

education
LISTS OF SCHOOLS

Day Care Centers/Kinder/Prep/Elementary (E.S.)


Bagong Tanyag ES
North Daang-hari ES
Purok 11 Elementary School Annex B
Purok 14 Elementary School Annex A
Purok 2 DCC
North Daang Hari DCC
St. Helena Academy ---Perpetual Village
Our Lourdes of Academy
BATAHAI (Prep-Schoolers)

Bagong Tanyag

158
10,530
3,724

69

PRIVATE

SCHOOLS

LOCATION/
BRGY.

PUBLIC

TYPE
LOT
AREA
Occupied
(SQ.M.)

89

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

99

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Purok 11 South Daang Hari DCC
CP Sta. Theresa ES
Gentle Lamp
Little Angel Learning Center
M.C.A. Montessori
C. M. School
NFWC Nursery School(NS)
Salt & Light Academy
St. Francis of Assisi College System (w/ Secondary)
St. Ives School (Prep.,Kind-ER,Nur-sery)
Day Care Learning Center---Sitio Butas
Day Care Learning Center---Aguahan I
Day Care Learning Center----Rocky Side
Day Care Learning Center---Joseph Sitt
Day Care Learning Center---Marcelo 1 Ext.
Bambang Day Care Center
Tipas ES Annex
Calzada DCC
Eusebio C. Santos Elem. School
Fisher Valley School
Learning Center of San Miguel
Ciriaco P. Tiga ES
Ibayo-Tipas DCC
SAMAMA 2 (Kindergarten,Nursery,Prep)
Day Care Center---DCCLAMP
Day Care Center---BPTHAI
Ibayo-Tipas DCC
Trinity Baptist Academy
Ancient of Days Educational Center
Tipas Catholic School
Little House
Aglipay---Mariano St.
Romano---Ordoez t.
Precious Academy---Umali St.
Rosita M. Herras---Day Care Center (Teacher Rosy)
IFI Trinity Kindergarten School
St. Mary's Place of Learning
Ricardo P. Cruz,Sr. ES
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School
Bicutan Parochial School
Montero's Learning Center
Athen's Academy(Pre,Elem,High school)
Bic Christian Outreach School
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Madrasah Elementary School
Informatica Learning Center
Napindan ES
St. Peter's Parochial School

PROFILE

Bagumbayan

9,457
524

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

250
250
3,000
1,200

Bambang
Calzada

30
250
30

Hagonoy

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Ibayo-Tipas

4,856
100

@
@

100

@
@
@

Ligid-Tipas

Lower Bicutan

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

486

230
10,684

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Maharlika Village

Napindan

@
@
2,454

@
@
@
@

Maranata Cotabato Preparatory, Kinder,Nursery Learning Center

Napindan Advance Learning Center


DSWD DCC
Tipas ES

Palingon

80
3,700

@
@

100

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Precious Academy (w/ High School)
Eastern Academy (PrepKinderNursery only)
St. Vincent Learning Center
Aguho DCC
Anne-Claire School
Army's Angel Christian Academy
Braille Integrated School, Inc.
Bethlehem DCC
DF Tinker School
EM's Signal Village ES
EM's Signal Village ES Annex
GHQ DCC
Grandream Learning Center (LC)
Little Lambs LC
Little Shepherd, Inc.
Moises Educational Assistant Services
Moises Christian Academy
NFWC LC
Nazareth DCC
Pag-asa DCC
RIC Kindergarten School
St. John DCC
Samahang Magkakapitbahay DCC
Sto. Nio Catholic School
Sta. Cecilia Nursery & LC
Signal Village DCC
Signal Village Golden Valley
To God Be The Glory
UNIFEN
Saint Anne Parochial School
Taguig Christian School (Baptist Church)
Pulong Kendi DCC
Sta. Ana DCC--Brgy Hall
Sta. Ana LC
Southville Woodland School
Taguig ES
Excellent Achiever's Learning Center

PROFILE

Signal Village

@
@
@

80
40
400

60
500
15,000
3,511
50
242
150

@
@
@

@
@
@
@
@

@
@
@
@
@
@
@

609
350
48

@
@
@

100
400
40
147
182
Sta. Ana

@
@
@
@
@

2,486
30

@
@
@
@
@
@

3,730

??????????

@
@
@

First Minister Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ Study Center

Academia de San Bartolome


Tuktukan DCC
Baby's Learning School
Dunong Tulong School Catechism
Grants Apostolic School
Rural Improvement Club Center
St. Joseph LC
St. Lawrence School
Silangan ES
Sitio Imelda DCC
Southville Woodland School
Upper Bicutan ES
Zinah Christian School
Cyrus LC
Dr. Artemio Natividad ES
Fairyland Kindergarten & Grade Schl
Sta. Monica LC
Ususan ES
Eusebio Santos ES
Spring Bridge School (formerly JMS-Pre-School)

Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan

80
150

@
@
@
@
@
@
@

3,000
190
2,100

@
@

Ususan

Wawa

5,166
156
80
4,850
1,037
135
7,170
4,856

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

101

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Wawa DCC
Tenement ES
Sto.Nio Day Care Center----owner Candy Lima
G2 Day Care Center---owner Maritess R. Angue
Upper West DCC
Sitio Una DCC
Pinaglabanan DCC
Katipunan DCC
Masagana DCC
Centennial DCC
Salong DCC
E. P. Housing DCC
16th ISU Village ( D' Village DCC)
Central Village DCC
Palar DCC
Pinagsama DCC Phase I
Nazareth DCC---Nagmana
Getsemani DCC
Panam Village DCC
Bayabas DCC
TUP DCC
Matatag DCC
Pinagsama Phase II DCC
Bethany DCC
Morning Glory DCC
Our Lady of the Poor DCC
Our Lady of Perpetual Help DCC
Eddie Reyes Elementary School
Progressive Christian Academy --Montessori Oriented
Curriculum
Promise Land Baptist Learning School
EP Ville Integrated Academy
Academia de San Isidro
Go and Shine Learning School
God's Grace Christian Academy
Sootaville Woodland School
St. Patricia Foundation School (w/ High School)
Manila Japanese School
British School
International school Manila
SUMMIT School, Inc.----?????
Tenement ES Annex

PROFILE
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

High School
Taguig Science High School
Hyssop Christian Academy
Bagumbayan National High School
Mt. Moriah Christian Academy(w/Primary)
Most Holy Rosary Parochial HS
Taguig NHS
Tipas National High School
Holy Grace Christian HS
Collegio de Sta. Ana
Living Miracle Foundational Learning Center
Battlefield Baptist Academy
Corinthian Learning Academy
Gabby's Christian Academy
Royal Era Academy
St. Andrew Academy

30
3,000

Western Bicutan

24

Hagonoy
Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan

15

@
@
@
683

@
@

Lower Bicutan
@
@

Palingon-Tipas
6,249
Sta. Ana
Signal Village
213

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

102

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Signal Village NHS
Ft. Bonifacio HS
Academia de San Bartolome
Gen. Ricardo Papa,Sr. Memorial HS
St. Ignatius of Loyola HS
Taguig NHS
St. Patricia Foundation School (same)
MGC New Life Christian Academy-?
Asian Polytechnic College
Western Bicutan NHS

PROFILE
11,600
900
655
15,000
1,037
1,600

Tuktukan
Ususan

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Global City
Western Bicutan
@

College/University/Vocational
East Asia Computer Center
Polytechnic Univ. of the Philippines
St. Chamuel Institute of Technology
Global City Innovative College
STI
AMA Computer Learning Center
Technological Univ. of the Phils.
Information & Industrial Institute of Technology

Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Tuktukan
Global CityGlobal CityWestern Bicutan

5
@

@
@
@
@
@
@

Ususan

Special Schools
Isla Kultura

190

80

110

Lower Bicutan
TOTAL

STUDENT- TEACHER and


STUDENT-CLASSROOM RATIOS
Per School, All Levels

Classroom-Class
Ratio

Teacher-Classes
Ratio

Number of
Classes

StudentClassroom Ratio

Number of
Classrooms

Student-Teacher
Ratio

Location

Number of
Teachers

School

Enrollment

School Year 2005-2006

ELEMENTARY (Public)
Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School

Western
Bicutan

303

15

20:1

38:1

1:1

1:1

3,523

44

80:1

20

176:1

45

1:1

1:2

7,237

149

48:1

61

119:1

127

1:1

1:7

1,045
2,166
1,072

22
45
25

47:1
48:1
42:1

12
22
12

87:1
99:1
89:1

21
40
23

1:1
1:1
1:1

1:2
1:2
1:2

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan

103

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Ususan Elementary School


Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Total

Ususan

1,788

43

39:1

20

89:1

37

1:1

1:2

Upper Bicutan

1,635
4,900
3,102
951
803
1,900
3,789
3,836
3,216

20
116
71
18
17
42
78
78
68

81:1
44:1
44:1
53:1
47:1
45:1
56:1
49:1
47:1

18
44
23
5
2
16
34
33
25

91:1
11
135:1
190:1
402:1
119:1
112:1
116:1
129:1

27
88
58
19
14
35
68
67
56

1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1

1:2
1:2
1:2
1:3
1:4
1:2
1:2
1:2
1:2

Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High


School
Western Bicutan National High School

Tuktukan

Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon

High School (Public)

Taguig Science High School


Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan

4139

78

53:1

19

218:1

38

2:1

1:2

292
4301

18
132

42:1
33:1

8
55

37:1
78:1

8
74

3:1
2:1

Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

3237

62

52:1

19

170:1

46

2:1

1:1
1:1-36 rooms
1:2-19 rooms
1:2

STUDENT- TEACHER and


STUDENT-CLASSROOM RATIOS
Per School, All Levels

16

Number of
Classes

StudentClassroom Ratio

Number of
Classrooms

Student-Teacher
Ratio

ELEMENTARY (Public)
2,031
28

Classroom-Class
Ratio

Tenement Elementary School


Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)

Maharlika
Village
Western
Bicutan

Teacher-Classes
Ratio

Maharlika Elem. School

Location

Number of
Teachers

School

Enrollment

School Year 2006-2007

11:10

3:5

28

8,213
747

172
11

47:1
68:1

51
6

4,101

74

55:1

29

68

1:3

Signal Village

2,765

58

48:1

27

50

1:2

Sta. Ana
Hagonoy

1,073

27

39:1

21

23

1,278
1,830
690
3,687

25
46
17
78

60:1
39:1
45:1
47:1

13
31
14
27

23
36
15
71

Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong

125:1

135
10

25:23

1:2
1:1
1:1
1:2

104

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)


Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Total

Tanyag

1,147
827

22
16

52:1
51:1

8
2

21
15

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon

3,649

80

51:1

37

3,307

68

56:1

30

59

Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High


School
Western Bicutan National High School

Tuktukan

1:1
1:1

1:3
1:3

1:1

1:2

High School (Public)

Taguig Science High School


Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

4,028

73

55:1

19

1:2

456

29

38:1

13

13

1:1

1,485

32

46:1

11

22

1:2

1,671

29

58:1

16

25

1:2

STUDENT- TEACHER and


STUDENT-CLASSROOM RATIOS
Per School, All Levels

Maharlika Elem. School


Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School (Main)
Tipas Elementary School (Annex)

Maharlika
Village
Western
Bicutan

ELEMENTARY (Public)
2,381
39
61:1

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon
Calzada

Classroom-Class
Ratio

Teacher-Classes
Ratio

Number of
Classes

StudentClassroom Ratio

Number of
Classrooms

Student-Teacher
Ratio

Location

Number of
Teachers

School

Enrollment

School Year 2007-2008

16

32

1:2

8,505
909

168
9

50:1

51
6

135

2:65

4,424

76

58:1

25

67

1:3

3,035
7,201

60
151

51:1
48:1

28
66

54
132

1:2
1:2

1,121
2,302
1,390
1,888
728
3,804
5,560
2,995
1,259
917
2,055
3,792
4,293
3,276
832

226
46
26
44
17
76
112
64
23
17
42
81
86
66
15

43:1
50:1

20
33

22
41

1:1
1:2

43:1
43:1
50:1
50:1
47:1
55:1
51:1
49:1
52:1
48:1
57:1
55:1

31
13
27
45
19
8
2
20
37
40
32

35
14
69
90
58
22
17
35
73
83
59
10

1:1
1:1
1:3
1:2
1:3
1:3
1:3
1:2
1:2
1:2
1:2
1:2

105

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Total
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School
Taguig Science High School
Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

High School (Public)


3,486
123 56:1

Tuktukan
Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

31

62

1:2

4,002

72

56:1

19

48

1:2

537
2,469
4,086
1,480
8,874
2,408

30

34:1

12

16
52

1:1

29
135
34

51:1
66:1
43:1

11
53
5

22
98
33

1:2
1:2
5:5

ENROLLMENT
PER SCHOOL ( Public)
by Level of Education

Total

Grade VI

Grade V

Grade IV

Grade III

Location

Grade II

Level of Education

Grade I

School Year 2005-2006

ELEMENTARY (Public)
Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Total

Western
Bicutan

Level of Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School

Location
Tuktukan

143

46

43

26

23

22

303

824

613

560

576

461

489

3,523

1,358

1,081

1,159

1,242

1,209

1,188

7,237

233
418
219
320

178
381
200
334

159
391
168
291

163
360
187
278

154
319
160
278

158
297
138
290

1,045
2,166
1,072
1,788

440
956
604
242
154
381
706
803
570

301
814
551
196
178
335
654
737
545

298
786
538
167
127
311
621
636
494

241
824
517
149
130
298
616
590
522

203
769
463
114
110
291
598
536
508

152
751
429
83
104
284
594
533
577

1,635
4,900
3,102
951
803
1,900
3,789
3,836
3,216

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon

HIGH SCHOOL (Public)

Taguig Science High School


Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School

Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan

1st Yr.

2nd Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Total

1,102

1,163

964

910

4,139

149
850
1,308

70
1,082
985

73
1,118
738

0
1,251
206

292
4,301
3,237

106

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

PROFILE

Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

ENROLLMENT
PER SCHOOL ( Public)
by Level of Education

Maharlika Elem. School


Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Total

ELEMENTARY (Public)
Maharlika
457
383
Village
Western
1,754
1,455
Bicutan
232
162

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon

Total

Grade VI

Grade V

Grade IV

Grade II

Location

Grade I

Level of Education

Grade III

School Year 2006-2007

367

317

269

238

2,031

1,294
152

1,258
80

1,285
69

1,167
52

8,213
747

839

686

707

669

609

591

4,101

556

469

487

454

432

367

2,765

225
418
333
359
142
715

186
381
219
329
105
654

187
391
205
258
114
593

160
360
200
321
101
589

164
319
155
296
110
587

151
297
166
267
118
549

1,073
2,166
1,278
1,830
690
3,687

258
186

190
143

204
122

190
159

160
111

145
106

1,147
827

696
613
161

568
524
131

617
561
116

613
558
125

614
517
118

541
534
91

3,649
3,307
742

HIGH SCHOOL (Public)


Level of Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School
Taguig Science High School
Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Location
Tuktukan
Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

1st Yr.

2nd Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Total

1,003

1,129

972

924

4,028

106

144

137

69

456

400

399

323

363

1,485

656

542

289

184

1,671

107

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

ENROLLMENT
PER SCHOOL ( Public)
by Level of Education

Maharlika Elem. School


Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School (Main)
Tipas Elementary School (Annex)
Total

ELEMENTARY (Public)
Maharlika
584
442
Village
Western
1,784
1,558
Bicutan

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon
Calzada

Total

Grade VI

Grade V

Grade IV

Grade II

Location

Grade I

Level of Education

Grade III

School Year 2007-2008

412

346

332

265

2,381

1,408

1,290

1,266

1,199

8,505

958

804

678

712

672

598

4,424

578
1,168
668
220

559
1,164
641

491
1,230
550
207

500
1,226
590
193

469
1,212
575
175

438
1,201
578
152

3,035
7,201
3622
1,121

462
328
365
162
718
962
581
276
195
454
722
920
613
202

399
270
328
126
670
986
551
243
164
372
640
739
524
148

385
223
327
102
648
827
473
188
161
331
599
684
561
139

368
204
254
118
605
943
457
200
124
308
615
697
558
114

340
211
331
110
581
919
468
193
166
292
615
642
517
112

348
154
283
111
582
823
465
159
107
299
601
611
534
117

2,302
1,390
1,888
728
3,804
5,460
2,995
1,259
917
2,055
3,792
4,293
3,276
832

HIGH SCHOOL (Public)


Level of Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School
Taguig Science High School
Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Location
Tuktukan
Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

1st Yr.

2nd Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Total

968

949

838

731

3,486

1,038

963

1,072

929

4,002

162
704
1,010
400
2,036
848

102
591
947
399
1,964
690

140
570
1,132
323
1,757
566

131
604
997
363
1,478
304

537
2,469
4,086
1,485
8,874
2,408

108

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PROFILE

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS


Per School by Levels (Public)

Total

Grade VI

Grade V

Location

Grade III

Grade II

Grade I

School

Grade IV

School Year 2005-2006

ELEMENTARY (Public)
Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Total

Western
Bicutan

Level of Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School

Location
Tuktukan

15

44

22

21

21

21

32

32

149

3
8
5
7

3
7
4
7

3
7
4
6

3
6
4
6

5
9
4
9

5
8
4
9

22
45
25
43

5
17
13
4
3
7
13
14
11

5
18
12
3
3
6
12
12
9

2
14
10
3
2
6
11
11
9

3
20
10
3
2
6
11
9
9

3
25
13
2
3
9
15
17
15

2
22
14
3
3
8
16
15
15

18
116
71
18
17
42
78
78
68

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon

HIGH SCHOOL (Public)

Taguig Science High School


Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

1st Yr.

2nd Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Total

20

21

21

16

78

9
33
24

5
29
18

4
35
14

0
35
6

18
132
62

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS


Per School by Levels (Public)
School Year 2006-2007

109

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Tenement Elementary School


Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School (Annex )
Total

ELEMENTARY (Public)
5
5

Maharlika
Village
Western
Bicutan

Total

Grade VI

Grade V

Grade IV

Location

Maharlika Elem. School

Grade II

Grade I

School

PROFILE

Grade III

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

28

30
3

24
2

23
2

21
1

37
1

37
2

172
11

15

11

12

11

13

12

74

Signal Village

11

10

58

Sta. Ana
Hagonoy

27

6
8
3
15

4
6
3
140

4
6
2
11

3
6
2
12

4
10
3
15

4
10
4
15

25
46
17
78

5
4

4
3

3
2

3
2

3
2

4
3

22
16

13

11

12

11

18

15

80

10
2

10
2

14
2

13
2

68
13

Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon
Calzada

11
3

10

HIGH SCHOOL (Public)


Level of Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School
Taguig Science High School
Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Location
Tuktukan
Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

1st Yr.

2nd Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Total

17

19

19

18

73

29

32

10

29

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS


Per School by Levels (Public)
School Year 2007-2008

110

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Maharlika Elem. School


Tenement Elementary School
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School (Annex )
Total

ELEMENTARY (Public)
8
6

Maharlika
Village
Western
Bicutan

Signal Village
Sta. Ana
Hagonoy
Napindan
Ususan
Upper Bicutan
Bagong
Tanyag

Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Palingon
Calzada

Total

Grade VI

Grade V

Location

Grade IV

Grade II

Grade I

School

PROFILE

Grade III

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

39

30

24

23

21

33

37

168

13

14

11

11

11

11

76

11
23

10
22

9
23

9
22

11
31

10
32

54
151

5
8

4
7

4
7

3
7

5
8

5
9

26
46

7
3
15
18

6
3
12
17

6
2
11
15

6
2
10
17

10
4
15
23

9
3
13
22

44
17
76
112

5
4
7
14
18
11
4

4
3
6
11
14

3
3
6
12
13
10
2

4
2
6
12
13
10
2

3
3
8
17
13
12
2

4
2
8
15
12
13
2

23
17
41
81
83
66
15

10
3

HIGH SCHOOL (Public)


Level of Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School
Taguig Science High School
Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Total

Location
Tuktukan
Western
Bicutan
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Bagumbayan
Tipas
Signal Village
Upper Bicutan
Ususan

1st Yr.

2nd Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Total

16

16

20

20

72

11

30

8
34
9

8
35
10

7
32
8

7
34
7

29
135
34

PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL,


NAME OF PRINCIPAL ,
ADDRESS & TELEPHONE NUMBER
School Year 2005-2006

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


SCHOOL

ADDRESS

PROFILE
PHONE
NUMBER

NAME OF
PRINCIPAL

Tenement Elementary School


Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Palar Annex)
Kapt. Eddie T. Reyes Memorial Elementary
School (Main)
Kapt. Jose Cardones Memorial E. S.
EM'S Signal Village Elementary School
Taguig Elementary School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Napindan Elementary School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. Artemio Natividad E. S.
Silangan Elementary School (Annex)
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Main)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex A)
Bagong Tanyag E. S. (Annex B)
Daang Hari Elementary School
Ricardo P. Cruz, Sr. Elementary School
C. P. Sta. Theresa Elementary School
Tipas Elementary School

PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL,


NAME OF PRINCIPAL ,
ADDRESS & TELEPHONE NUMBER
School Year 2005-2006

112

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


SCHOOL
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School
Western Bicutan National High School
Taguig Science High School
Taguig National High School
Bagumbayan National High School
Tipas National High School
Signal Village National High School
Upper Bicutan National High School
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa, Sr. Memorial High
School

ADDRESS

PROFILE
PHONE
NUMBER

NAME OF
PRINCIPAL

113

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

health
HOSPITAL / CLINIC / HEALTH CENTER
HOSPITAL/CLINIC/HEALTH CENTER
Cruz-Rabe Maternity & Gen. Hospital
Herrera-Luz Mother & Child Clinic
Lying-in Clinic & Rehydration Center
Bagong Lipunan Health Center
Family Planning Clinic
Brgy. Tuktukan Health Center
Taguig-Pateros District Hospital
Doctor's Polyclinic Maternity Lying In
Gallo Medical Clinic
Sitio 3 Health Center
East Service Road Health Center
De Jesus Dental/Medical Clinic
Brgy. Wawa Health Center
Brgy. Bambang Health Center
Bambang Clinic
Clinica Palma
Clinica Palma
Lifeline Clinic
Tipas Doctors Specialist & Lying-in

LOCATION
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Wawa
Wawa
Bambang
Bambang
Bambang
Upper Bicutan
Palingon
Tipas

114

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Brgy. Ligid-Tipas Health Center
Brgy. Ibayo Health Center w/ Dental Clinic
Quilatan Dental Clinic
Central Bicutan Health Center
Sitio Imelda Health Center
Brgy. Upper Bicutan Health Center
Clinica Heyres
Sabili General Hospital
Lakeview Maternity Clinic
Bagong Lipunan Health Center
Maharlika Health Center
Brgy. Hagonoy Health Center
Brgy. Napindan Health Center
Taguig Doctor's Hospital
Holy Mary Hospital
Ignacio's Maternity Clinic
Aonuevo Clinic
Ponce Clinic
Gonzales' Medical Clinic
Sta. Ana Lying-in Clinic
Brgy. Bagumbayan Health Center
Micorisa R & R Clinic
Brgy. Sta. Ana Health Center
North Daang Hari Health Center
South Daang Hari Health Center
Bagong Tanyag (Proper) Health Center
Bagong Lipunan Health Center
Brgy. Calzada Health Center

PROFILE
Ligid-Tipas
Ibayo-Tipas
Ibayo-Tipas
Upper Bicutan
Upper Bicutan
Upper Bicutan
Upper Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Hagonoy
Napindan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Sta. Ana
Sta. Ana
Bagong Tanyag
Bagong Tanyag
Bagong Tanyag
Ususan
Calzada

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Other
listings
List of Existing
Non-Government Organization (NGO)

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

BARANGAY

ASSOCIATION

Palingon

East Palingon Neighborhood Assn.


Grupo ng Magkakapitbahay sa Bukid Palingonn Inc.
Ibayo-Palingon Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
Samahang Maralita ng Palingon (SMP-7) Inc.
Sioncioco Urban Homeowners Association
United Residence of Brgy. Napindan Coop.
Urban Coop Barangay Napindan
Samahang Maralitang Mamamayan Ligid
Daang Manunuso Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Bagobg Pag-asa ng Taguig Homeowners Assn.
DCCLAMP Homeowners Association, Inc.
Jacobo Ramos Neighborhood Association, Inc.
Kabahayang Pinagbuklod ng Ibayo-Tipas (KPIT Inc.)
Kapit-Bisig Daang Manunuso Ibayo Tipas
Katwiran Homeowners Assn.
Samahang Kabahayang Pinag-buklod ng Ibayo-Tipas
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Capistrano Compd.
San Bernardo Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
San Carlos Tipas Neighborhood Assn.
South East peoples Village Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Tanglaw ng Buhay Assn., Inc.
Villa Anita Neighborhood Association Inc.
Biglang Laya Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Pamayanang Diego Silang Ladies Assn.,Inc.
Perpetual Help Neighborhood Assn. Guadalupe Bliss
Samahan ng mga Inilikas sa MRB
Samahang Pagkakaisa ng Kuta Bonifacio
Wildcat Village Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Calzada Group of Leaders Incorporated
Chris Marina Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Partnership in Community Homes Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay Prk. 6 Magsalin, Inc.
Samahang Maralita ng Ibayo Calzada (SMIK)
Bukid Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Dulong Bayan Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Iisang Layunin
Bagong Sikat Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Samahang Nagkakaisang damdamin at Organisadong Kabahayan , Inc.
Samahang Pagkakaisa ng Masaya
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Sto. Rosario Pateros (SAMASIPAT)

1
2
3
4
5
Napindan
1
2
Ligid-Tipas
1
Ibayo-Tipas
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Ususan
1
2
3
4
5
6
Calzada
1
2
3
4
5
Bambang
1
2
3
Sta. Ana
1
2
3
4
With continuation at the next page.

# OF
MEMBERS

34
38

73
91

45
236
40
67
70
69
50
77
46
28
148
105
121
715
58

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


BARANGAY
Tuktukan
Wawa
Bagumbayan

Hagunoy

Lower Bicutan

With Continuation..

1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

PROFILE

ASSOCIATION

# OF
MEMBERS

Samahang Bisig kamay sa Kaunlaran Inc. (SABISKA)


Samahang Pingbuklod ng Dulong Bayan
Adidas Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Aguahan Neighborhood, Inc.
Creekside Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Gutierrez (Tibagan) Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Naraville Association, Inc.
Pio Felipe Vendors Association, Inc.
Samahan ng Maralitang nagkakaisa ng Bagumbayan, Inc.
Samahang Kababaihan ng Taguig, Inc. (SAKATA)
Senior and Junior Citizen Assn. of Taguig
Alamat Multi-purpose Cooperative
Dream Team Neighborhood Assn.
Genesis Cluster Mini Park Assn., Inc.
Genesis Integrated Livelihood Assn., Inc.
Hagonoy Taguig Credit Cooperative
Homeowners Association of Dreamland, Inc.
Samahang Pagkakaisa ng Fort Bonifacio, Inc.
Aguahan Mauling Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Bayside Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Bayview neighborhood Assn.
Dalampasigan Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
DOTC Neighborhood Assn.
Fort Andres Bonifacio South Sector Neigh. Assn. Inc
Friendly Neighborhood Assn.
Kabalikat Lower Bicutan Assn. Of Taguig (KALOBAT)
Kapit-Bisig Neighborhood Assn.
Malaya Riverside Assn. Inc.
Malinaw Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Mauling Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Mudlawin Neighborhood Assn.
Pinagbuklod Neighborhood Association
Samahan ng Maralitang Tagalungsod
Samahan ng mga Magkakapitbahay sa Kangkungan, Inc.
Samahan ng mga Maralita ng Prk. I
Samahang Kapit-Bisig sa Bayside Lower Bicutan Prk. IV, Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay (SAMABA)
Samahang Maypagkakaisa ng Magkakapitbahay Prk. III
Taguig Urban Alliance of Lower Bicutan Inc. (TUPA)
Green Land Lower Bicutan neighborhood Assn.

88
30

95
1476
891
50
112

283

193
120
307
264
264
110
71

300

118

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


BARANGAY
Bagong Tanyag

Upper Bicutan

With Continuation..

PROFILE

ASSOCIATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Association of Concerned Citizen and Stable Comm. Inc.


Bagong Tanyag Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Bagong Tanyag Prk. 5 Residents Assn. Inc.
Concerned Residents Assn. Inc.
Home Along the Riles Neighborhood Assn. Inc. (HARINAI)
Infant Jesus Compound Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Kilusang Diwa ng Tanyag Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
Manggahan Site Neighborhood Assn of Taguig, Inc.
North Daang Hari Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Perpetual Village HOMEOWNERS ASSN.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Daang Bakal Prk 4-8
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng P-10 sdh Homeowners Assn.,Inc
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng SDH Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng South Daang Hari (SMSDH)
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Dulong Bayan T. P.
Samahang Pangkomunidad ng Cocovale (SAPACO)
Samahang Tungo sa Progresibong Pamayanan P-13 SDH
Sanggunian ng Responsableng Mamamayan sa Tanyag
Santos/Garcia Homeowners Assn. Inc.
South Victoria Ville Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Sta. Theresa compound Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Sunday Group P-11 Taguig Inc.
Talang-Masa Assn. Prk.33 Inc.
Tanyag Homeowners Assn. Inc. (TAHAI)
United Residents of Balagbas Handonedline Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Bagong Tanyag Homeowners Association Inc.
SDH Samahang Magkakapitbahay Inc.
DTCI
Deao Upper Bicutan Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
Buklod ng J. P. Rizal
Burguis
C. I. M.
Concerned Parent Council
Federation of Free Farmers
Hugpong Surigaonon Inc.
Isiping Bayan Muna, Inc.
J. P. Rizal Homeowners Assn.
Kilusang Kabuhayan
Manalili Neighborhood Assn.
Pagkakaisa sa Kaunlaran Neighborhood Assn.
Purok 1 Homeowners Assn.
Purok 2 UBWASA
Rd. Lot Residents Assn. Inc.
Samahang Pinagbuklod ng Upper Bicutan
SIWASA
Taguig St. Neighborhood Association
TAYO
United Leyte/Samar Multi- Purpose Coop.
Youth Development Org. and Homeowners

# OF
MEMBERS

81
231
62
408

74
83
187
115
530
59
383
392

105

90

119

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


BARANGAY
Western Bicutan

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

With Continuation..

PROFILE

ASSOCIATION

# OF
MEMBERS

16th ISU Village Assn. Inc. = ( G. Villages )


Abandoned C-5 Neighborhood Assn.
AFP-PNP Phase II Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
ATU South Concessionaire Ft. Bonifacio
Bagong Silang Homeowners Assn.
Centennial Village Condominium I Assn.
Centennial Village Condominium II Assn.= ( c/o Baswel )
Centennial Village Talipapa vendors Group
Consular area residents Assn. Inc.=(c/o Zabat/Quilang)
Dream Village Association
Family Development Program org. (FADPO)= (c/o Walter Lobo)
Fort Andres Bonifacio South Sector Neigh. Assn. Inc.
Fort McKinley Residents Assn.=(Palar c/o Romero)
G2 Village Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
ISG Central Village Neigh. Assn. Inc.
Katipunan Village Community Assn. Inc.
Nagkakaisang maralitang Nangungupahan Inc. FTI = (c/0 Subayno)
Nagkakaisang Sambayanan ng Sto. Nio de Bonifacio Inc.
NEHAI = (BNS c/o Racquion) = Inactive
Pasong Tamo Extn. Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
Pinagbuklod ng Kababaihan = ( Inactive )
Pinagsama C-5 Relocation Site Market Vendors Assn. Inc.
PNR Manpower Site Urban poor Assn. = (c/o Parole)
Proclamation 423 Homeowners Assn. = (c/0 Villar)
Purok Pagkakaisa Assn Inc. (PPAI) = (Jose Lim)
Responsible Parenthood Association (UWEBNA)
Samahan ng Sundalo at Sibilyan Tungo sa Kaunlaran Inc. = (c/o Elsa
Molar)
Samahang Kababaihan sa C-5 = (Inactive)
Samahang Magkakapit Bahay sa Sitio Kaunlaran Assn. Fed.
Sitio Maliwanag Neighborhood Assn. = (Sagales) Inactive
Sitio Masagana Homeowners Neigh. Assn. = (Gulle) Inactive
Sitio Masigasig neigh. Assn. = (Villena) Inactive
Sitio Matatag Neigh. Assn. = (Delgado) Inactive
SNWPODA
Surigao Multi-Purpose Cooperative = Inactive
Taguig Ilocandia Brotherhood Organization
Taguig Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
TAPAT Fed. 208 = (Manluctad)
TUPREAI Technological Univ. of Phils. Res. Assn. Inc.
United Neigh. Friendship Assn. Inc. = (c/o Boy Francisco)
United Panam Neigh. Assn. Inc.
United SS Brigade Residents Assn. Inc.
United Western Bicutan Neigh. Assn. Inc. (UWEBNA)
Upperwest Neighborhood Assn.

171
1059

138
374
358
50
136

50
267
163
420

28
290
228
453
837
479

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


BARANGAY
Signal Village

PROFILE

ASSOCIATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

AFP/PNP Retires of Palacol Area Signal Village Assn., Inc.


Alliance Association
Alliance of GHQ Pag-asa & HHSG Village, Inc.
An Waray Residence Assn., Inc.
Bagong Pag-asa
Bantay Bayan Foundation Inc. (BBFI)
Bukluran ng Maralita sa Taguig para sa Kaunlaran, Inc.
C-5 Vendors Assn.
Creek Land Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Cuasay Vendors Assn.
Engr. Hills Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Federation
Feedar Tradelink Co., Ltd.
Friend Youth Club
Genesis Association
Green Pastures Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Himala Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Hiwa Intl. Export Corp. Workers Assn.
Kadamas Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Kapatiran para sa Patubig ng Saint Francis, Inc.
Katilingban Burawagon Res. Assn., Inc.
Kilusang Damayan ng Taguig, Incorporation
Kilusang Diwa ng Tanyag Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Kitahanun Association
KMBT
KPTFI
LABRAI Association
Ladies Club Chapter Zone 4
Ladies Club Chapter Zone 6
Lakas Ilaw Association
Light Armor Brigade Res. Assn., Inc.
LKHOA - LDI
Old River Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
P. A. Res. Association
Pag-asa Residence Assn., Inc.
Palacol Area Residents Assn., ( PAREA Inc. )
Palican Agro Products Workers Association
Political Leader Association
PSUNAI Alliance
Reform Youth Movement of Signal Village
Samahan ng Waray sa Taguig - Signal Chapter
Samahang Maralita ng P-14 Signal
Santol Res. Association, Inc.
Signal Vill Ladies Club - GHQ Chapter
Sprinxnville Association
SSBDE Assn. At Dreamland, Inc.
STICRAI Association
Sto. Nio Community Res. Assn., Inc.
STV B Stall Owners Assn., Inc.
Triskelion Youth Movement
Villa Light Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Visaya Association
YLNAI Pag-asa
Youth Pag-asa Organization
Zone 5 Leader Association, Inc.

SOURCE : Community Relations Office

FIRE PRONE AREAS

# OF
MEMBERS

36
1122
588

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

BARANGAY DIRECTORY 2004


BARANGAY

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Napindan
Bagumbayan
Bagong Tanyag
Upper Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Western Bicutan
Hagunoy
Signal Village
Wawa
Bambang
Tuktukan
Ususan
Sta. Ana
Calzada
Ligid Tipas
Ibayo Tipas
Palingon

643-7425
544-1074
837-2469
547-2685 / 839-9265
838-7506
837-7002
546-1957
544-7944
837-0495
838-5383
838-1336
642-0970
628-2841
642-2228
643-9066
642-4745
544-8372
641-0785

BARANGAYS AFFAIRS OFFICE

642-22-12

FIRE STATION / SUB-STATION DIRECTORY

1.FTI CENTRAL FIRE STN. (Electronics Av. FTI Complex Taguig City)

837-0740

2.Tipas Fire Sub-Stn.( Natividad St. Corner Elisco Rd. Tipas Taguig City)
3.Municipal Fire Stn. (Office Only)

(Tuktukan Taguig City)

640-3498
542-3695

4.Bagumbayan Fire Sub-Stn.(MLQuezon Av. Bagumbayan Taguig City)

LISTS OF SCHOOLS
TYPE

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LOCATION/
BRGY.

Day Care Centers/Kinder/Prep/Elementary (E.S.)


Bagong Tanyag ES
North Daang-hari ES
Purok 11 Elementary School Annex B
Purok 14 Elementary School Annex A
Purok 2 DCC
North Daang Hari DCC
St. Helena Academy ---Perpetual Village
Our Lourdes of Academy
BATAHAI (Prep-Schoolers)
Purok 11 South Daang Hari DCC
CP Sta. Theresa ES
Gentle Lamp
Little Angel Learning Center
M.C.A. Montessori
C. M. School
NFWC Nursery School(NS)
Salt & Light Academy
St. Francis of Assisi College System (w/ Secondary)
St. Ives School (Prep.,Kind-ER,Nur-sery)
Day Care Learning Center---Sitio Butas
Day Care Learning Center---Aguahan I
Day Care Learning Center----Rocky Side
Day Care Learning Center---Joseph Sitt
Day Care Learning Center---Marcelo 1 Ext.
Bambang Day Care Center
Tipas ES Annex
Calzada DCC
Eusebio C. Santos Elem. School
Fisher Valley School
Learning Center of San Miguel
Ciriaco P. Tiga ES
Ibayo-Tipas DCC
SAMAMA 2 (Kindergarten,Nursery,Prep)
Day Care Center---DCCLAMP
Day Care Center---BPTHAI
Ibayo-Tipas DCC
Trinity Baptist Academy
Ancient of Days Educational Center
Tipas Catholic School
Little House
Aglipay---Mariano St.
Romano---Ordoez t.
Precious Academy---Umali St.
Rosita M. Herras---Day Care Center (Teacher Rosy)
IFI Trinity Kindergarten School
St. Mary's Place of Learning
Ricardo P. Cruz,Sr. ES
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School
Bicutan Parochial School
Montero's Learning Center
Athen's Academy(Pre,Elem,High school)

Bagong Tanyag

LOT
AREA
Occupied
(SQ.M.)

158

69

10,530
3,724

PRIVATE

SCHOOLS

PROFILE

PUBLIC

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

89

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Bagumbayan

9,457
524

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

250
250
3,000
1,200

Bambang
Calzada

30
250
30

Hagonoy

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Ibayo-Tipas

4,856
100

@
@

100

@
@
@

Ligid-Tipas

Lower Bicutan

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

486

230
10,684

@
@
@
@
@

123

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Bic Christian Outreach School
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Madrasah Elementary School
Informatica Learning Center
Napindan ES
St. Peter's Parochial School

PROFILE
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Maharlika Village

Napindan

@
@
2,454

@
@
@
@

Maranata Cotabato Preparatory, Kinder,Nursery Learning Center

Napindan Advance Learning Center


DSWD DCC
Tipas ES
Precious Academy (w/ High School)
Eastern Academy (PrepKinderNursery only)
St. Vincent Learning Center
Aguho DCC
Anne-Claire School
Army's Angel Christian Academy
Braille Integrated School, Inc.
Bethlehem DCC
DF Tinker School
EM's Signal Village ES
EM's Signal Village ES - Annex
GHQ DCC
Grandream Learning Center (LC)
Little Lambs LC
Little Shepherd, Inc.
Moises Educational Assistant Services
Moises Christian Academy
NFWC LC
Nazareth DCC
Pag-asa DCC
RIC Kindergarten School
St. John DCC
Samahang Magkakapitbahay DCC
Sto. Nio Catholic School
Sta. Cecilia Nursery & LC
Signal Village DCC
Signal Village Golden Valley
To God Be The Glory
UNIFEN
Saint Anne Parochial School
Taguig Christian School (Baptist Church)
Pulong Kendi DCC
Sta. Ana DCC--Brgy Hall
Sta. Ana LC
Southville Woodland School
Taguig ES
Excellent Achiever's Learning Center

Palingon

Signal Village

80
3,700

@
@
@
@
@

80
40
400

60
500
15,000
3,511
50
242
150

@
@
@

@
@
@
@
@

@
@
@
@
@
@
@

609
350
48

@
@
@

100
400
40
147
182
Sta. Ana

@
@
@
@
@

2,486
30

@
@
@
@
@
@

3,730

??????????

@
@
@

First Minister Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ Study Center

Academia de San Bartolome


Tuktukan DCC
Baby's Learning School
Dunong Tulong School Catechism

Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan

80
150

@
@
@

124

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Grants Apostolic School
Rural Improvement Club Center
St. Joseph LC
St. Lawrence School
Silangan ES
Sitio Imelda DCC
Southville Woodland School
Upper Bicutan ES
Zinah Christian School
Cyrus LC
Dr. Artemio Natividad ES
Fairyland Kindergarten & Grade Schl
Sta. Monica LC
Ususan ES
Eusebio Santos ES
Spring Bridge School (formerly JMS-Pre-School)
Wawa DCC
Tenement ES
Sto.Nio Day Care Center----owner Candy Lima
G2 Day Care Center---owner Maritess R. Angue
Upper West DCC
Sitio Una DCC
Pinaglabanan DCC
Katipunan DCC
Masagana DCC
Centennial DCC
Salong DCC
E. P. Housing DCC
16th ISU Village ( D' Village DCC)
Central Village DCC
Palar DCC
Pinagsama DCC Phase I
Nazareth DCC---Nagmana
Getsemani DCC
Panam Village DCC
Bayabas DCC
TUP DCC
Matatag DCC
Pinagsama Phase II DCC
Bethany DCC
Morning Glory DCC
Our Lady of the Poor DCC
Our Lady of Perpetual Help DCC
Eddie Reyes Elementary School
Progressive Christian Academy --Montessori Oriented
Curriculum
Promise Land Baptist Learning School
EP Ville Integrated Academy
Academia de San Isidro
Go and Shine Learning School
God's Grace Christian Academy
Sootaville Woodland School
St. Patricia Foundation School (w/ High School)
Manila Japanese School
British School
International school - Manila
SUMMIT School, Inc.----?????
Tenement ES - Annex

PROFILE
3,000
190
2,100

@
@
@
@
@
@

Wawa

5,166
156
80
4,850
1,037
135
7,170
4,856

Western Bicutan

30
3,000

Ususan

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

125

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

High School
Taguig Science High School
Hyssop Christian Academy
Bagumbayan National High School
Mt. Moriah Christian Academy(w/Primary)
Most Holy Rosary Parochial HS
Taguig NHS
Tipas National High School
Holy Grace Christian HS
Collegio de Sta. Ana
Living Miracle Foundational Learning Center
Battlefield Baptist Academy
Corinthian Learning Academy
Gabby's Christian Academy
Royal Era Academy
St. Andrew Academy
Signal Village NHS
Ft. Bonifacio HS
Academia de San Bartolome
Gen. Ricardo Papa,Sr. Memorial HS
St. Ignatius of Loyola HS
Taguig NHS
St. Patricia Foundation School (same)
MGC New Life Christian Academy-?
Asian Polytechnic College
Western Bicutan NHS

24

@
@
683

@
@
@
@

Palingon-Tipas
6,249

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Sta. Ana
Signal Village
213

11,600
900
655
15,000
1,037
1,600

Tuktukan
Ususan

@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@
@

Global City
Western Bicutan
@

7
Hagonoy
Lower Bicutan
Tuktukan
Global CityGlobal CityWestern Bicutan

5
@

@
@
@
@
@
@

Ususan

Special Schools
Isla Kultura

15

Lower Bicutan

College/University/Vocational
East Asia Computer Center
Polytechnic Univ. of the Philippines
St. Chamuel Institute of Technology
Global City Innovative College
STI
AMA Computer Learning Center
Technological Univ. of the Phils.
Information & Industrial Institute of Technology

Hagonoy
Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan

190

80

110

Lower Bicutan
TOTAL

126

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

SUBDIVISIONS

Deva Village
Morning Sun Homes
Saint Michael
Bay Breeze
Mercado
Aguinaldo
Sampalukan
Bagong Silang
Holy Family Village I
Holy Family Village II
Severina Subdivision
Gutierrez Compound Subdivision
Rockyside Subdivision
Joseph Sitt Subdivision
Cocohill Subdivision
Marcelo I Extension Neighborhood-Taguig
Cruz Compound
Aguahan I Village
Aguahan II Village
Central Bagumbayan Neighborhood, Assn.
Perpetual Village
North Daang Hari
Bagong Tanyag Homeowner's Assn., Inc.
Tanyag Homeowner's Association, Inc.
South Ville Homeowner's Assn., Inc.
Urubal Association, Inc.
A. P. Cipriano Subdivision
Tomasa Estate Subdivision I
Tomasa Estate Subdivision II
Lakeview Housing Project phase I
Housing Project phase II (DMCI)
Prudence Subdivision
Samahang Nagkakaisang Damdamin HOAI
T & D Village
B. E. Subdivision
JDL Subdivision
Bahayang Pag-asa sa Taguig
St. Peter Subdivision

Hagonoy

Bagumbayan

Bagong Tanyag

Wawa
Ususan

Sta. Ana
Tuktukan
Ibayo Tipas
Palingon

Residential Compounds

MRB Condominium

Low-density/PD957

Urban Poor

LOCATION
CMP

SUBDIVISIONS

Socialized/BP2200

CLASSIFICATION

127

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

JCL Landholdings
Paglingon Homeowners Association
BCDA Housing Rel. Proj. Lot D-Conga Area

BCDA ---Gabihan Area


BCDA ----Maisan Area
BCDA Lot A -----HHSG
Villa Maglente Neighborhood HOA
Villa Marie Homeowner's Assn.
SMBS Inc. Housing Devt. Project
Kapitbisig Nghd. Assn., Inc. (Ibayo-Napindan)
SAMACA II Homeowners Assn., Inc.
NHA Condominium
Veterans Center
Bagong Lipunan Condominium
Tenement Building
Pinagsama Village
AFPOVAI
E.P. Housing
PNP Housing ---Camp Bagong Diwa

Signal Village

Napindan

Calzada
Western Bicutan

Fort Bonifacio----W. Bicutan

Lower Bicutan

MARKETS / TALIPAPA

128

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

NAMES

LOCATION

Mahogany Wet Market


Paso Wet Market
E.P. Moral Market
Rodriguez Market
Talipapa sa Zone 6
Plaza Nueve Talipapa
GHQ-HHSG Talipapa
Prk. 14, Zone 3
Talipapa -- Zone 3
Talipapa -- Espedilla St., Z-6
Talipapa -- Pag-asa St., Z-1
Benjamin Novicio Market
Prk. 6 Talipapa
Lower Bicutan Market
Talipapa---Pio Felipe
Sta. Ana Talipapa
LTR Market
Ibayo-Ligid Bridge Talipapa
Daang-Paa Bridge Talipapa

PROFILE

CLASSIFICATION
MARKET
TALIPAPA

TYPE
WET

DRY

Bagumbayan
Signal Village

Upper Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Sta. Ana
Western Bicutan
Ibayo-Tipas

CHURCHES / CHAPELS
NAME
Roman Catholic Chapel--Purok 7
Roman Catholic Chapel--Purok 2

BARANGAY
Bagong Tanyag

CHURCH

CHAPEL

129

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


Roman Catholic Chapel--NDH
Roman Catholic Chapel--Purok 11
Roman Catholic Chapel--Purok 13
Roman Catholic Chapel--Purok 14
All for Christ Church--Prk.1
City of the Lord
JLCF
HYSSOP Christian Church
Baptist Church
Sto. Nio Catholic Church
St. Joseph he Worker Chapel
Born Again Church
Apostolic Church
St. Joseph Chapel
Holy Spirit Temple
Battlefield Baptist Church
Iglesia ni Cristo
Eilohem Church
The Mormons Church
San Bartolome Chapel
Dating Daan
Roman Chapel
Tipas Ugnayon Church
Bible Baptist Church
Holy Cross Chapel
Sto. Nio Chapel
Dambanang Kawayan
I.F.I. Church
Iglesia ni Cristo
Protestant Church
Roman Catholic Church---St. Anne
San Felipe Chapel
Presbeterian Church
St. Ignatius Chapel
Kingdom Hall Jehovas Witness
San Juan de Sahagun Chapel
Iglesia ni Cristo Chapel
San Sebastian Chapel
Maharlika Blue Mosque
Bandara-Inged Mosque
Green Mosque
Al-Rahman Mosque
Raja Solaiman Mosque
Kalagan Mosque
St. Michael Chapel
Mormon
Iglesia ni Cristo
Roman Catholic
Aglipay
IKK
JIL
Bethel
Sagrada Familia

Upper Bicutan

Tuktukan
Ibayo Tipas
Palingon
Ligid-Tipas

Sta. Ana
Ususan
Bambang
Wawa
Maharlika Village

Hagonoy
Napindan

Bagumbayan

PROFILE

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Aglipayan Church
Iglesia ni Kristo
United Methodist Church
Mahogany Church
Holy Family Church
Mount Moriah
United Church of Christ in the Phils.
Sto. Nio Parish Church
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
Nuestra Seora Gracia Chapel
Pentecoastal Church
TUCCP Church
Bethel Temple Church
Iglesia ni Cristo Church 1
Iglesia ni Cristo Church 2

Signal Village

Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Church

Lower Bicutan

Bethel Temple
Chapel
Our Lady of the Poor Parish Church
San Antonio de Padua Chapel

Western Bicutan
Calzada

PROFILE

COTTAGE INDUSTRIES
COTTAGE INDUSTRIES
Ranzelle's Stuff Toys
Julie's stuff Toys
Eppie's Stuff Toys
Andring's Mini-Dolls
Morales

BARANGAY
Palingon

Ligid-Tipas

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Jill's
Gina's
Jerry's
Patric's
Rey's Junk Shop
Gil's Junk Shop
Rotella Garment Factory
Slippers (Alfombra)
Figurines
Hollowblocks making
Pantie/Bra Making (3)
Sewing Industry (3)
Sea Breeze Resort
Ricardo Pagsisihan Basket Making
Mario Tan Metal Craft Making
Francis Moran Craft Making
Noime de le Paz Basket Making
Lopena Basket Making
Caseres Basket Making

PROFILE

Tuktukan
Signal Village

Hagonoy
Bagumbayan

HOSPITAL / CLINIC / HEALTH CENTER


HOSPITAL/CLINIC/HEALTH CENTER
Cruz-Rabe Maternity & Gen. Hospital
Herrera-Luz Mother & Child Clinic
Lying-in Clinic & Rehydration Center
Bagong Lipunan Health Center
Family Planning Clinic
Brgy. Tuktukan Health Center
Taguig-Pateros District Hospital
Doctor's Polyclinic Maternity Lying In
Gallo Medical Clinic
Sitio 3 Health Center
East Service Road Health Center

LOCATION
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Tuktukan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan
Western Bicutan

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De Jesus Dental/Medical Clinic
Brgy. Wawa Health Center
Brgy. Bambang Health Center
Bambang Clinic
Clinica Palma
Clinica Palma
Lifeline Clinic
Tipas Doctors Specialist & Lying-in
Brgy. Ligid-Tipas Health Center
Brgy. Ibayo Health Center w/ Dental Clinic
Quilatan Dental Clinic
Central Bicutan Health Center
Sitio Imelda Health Center
Brgy. Upper Bicutan Health Center
Clinica Heyres
Sabili General Hospital
Lakeview Maternity Clinic
Bagong Lipunan Health Center
Maharlika Health Center
Brgy. Hagonoy Health Center
Brgy. Napindan Health Center
Taguig Doctor's Hospital
Holy Mary Hospital
Ignacio's Maternity Clinic
Aonuevo Clinic
Ponce Clinic
Gonzales' Medical Clinic
Sta. Ana Lying-in Clinic
Brgy. Bagumbayan Health Center
Micorisa R & R Clinic
Brgy. Sta. Ana Health Center
North Daang Hari Health Center
South Daang Hari Health Center
Bagong Tanyag (Proper) Health Center
Bagong Lipunan Health Center
Brgy. Calzada Health Center

PROFILE
Wawa
Wawa
Bambang
Bambang
Bambang
Upper Bicutan
Palingon
Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Ibayo-Tipas
Ibayo-Tipas
Upper Bicutan
Upper Bicutan
Upper Bicutan
Upper Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Hagonoy
Napindan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Bagumbayan
Sta. Ana
Sta. Ana
Bagong Tanyag
Bagong Tanyag
Bagong Tanyag
Ususan
Calzada

MEMORIAL PARK / CEMETERY


MEMORIAL PARK/CEMETERY

LOCATION

Heritage Mortuary & Memorial Park


Libingan ng mga Bayani
Iglesia Filipina Indefendiente Cemetery
Roman Catholic Cemetery
Iglesia ni Cristo Cemetry
Unida Cemetery
Muslim Cemetery

C-5, Western Bicutan


Ft. Bonifacio, W.Bic.
Ligid-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Maharlika Village

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PROFILE

Roman Catholic Cemetery


Santos Private Cemetery
Roman Catholic Cemetery
Roman Catholic Cemetery

Hagonoy
Sta. Ana
Tuktukan
Bagumbayan

FLOOD PRONE AREAS


Taguig 2004

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

BARANGAY
Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan
Bambang
Calzada
Hagunoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Lower Bicutan

VERY HIGH

HIGH

MODERATE

LOW

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9. Maharlika Village
10. Napindan
11. Palingon
12. Sta. Ana
13. Signal Village
14. Tuktukan
15. Upper Bicutan
16. Ususan
17. Wawa
18. Western Bicutan

PROFILE
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/SOURCE: City Planning and Development Office

ELECTED OFFICIALS of TAGUIG CITY


Taguig 2004
Congressman

Allan Peter Cayetano

Mayor

Sigfrido R. Tiga

Vice-Mayor
Councilors
District I

:
:

Atty. George A. Elias


Arnel M. Cerafica
Allan Paul C. Cruz
Elpidio M. Javier
Glen N. San Pedro
Delio J. Santos
Baltazar T. Mariategue

District II

Henry M. Dueas, Jr.


Ricardo J. Roldan

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Aurelio Paulo R. Bartolome


Arvin Ian V. Alit
Marisse B. Eron
Noel R. Dizon
Barangay Captains
:
Bagong Tanyag Erhard A. Fontanilla
Bagumbayan
Francisco A. Javier, Jr.
Bambang
Floro C. Hernandez
Calzada
Rommel B. Tanyag
Hagunoy
Rolando C. Olazo
Ibayo-Tipas
Reynaldo G. Flores
Ligid-Tipas
Lamberto M. Maosca
Lower Bicutan
Benjamin P. Cruz
Maharlika Village
Norma G. Pangandaman
Napindan
Mario M. Esguerra
Palingon
Allan M. Cerafica
Sta. Ana
Conrado C. Aquino
Signal Village
Atty. Henry I. Dueas
Tuktukan
Eduardo T. Cruz
Upper Bicutan
Delia V. Alit
Ususan
Sonny C. Marcelino
Wawa
Sonny V. Garcia
Western Bicutan
Marilyn V. Padlan

NUMBER OF
PRECINCTS
And VOTERS
May 2004

Barangay

# of PRECINCTS

TAGUIG CITY

1,604

Bagong Tanyag
Bagumbayan
Bambang
Calzada

126
82
21
32

# of
VOTERS
292,967
23,695
15,766
3,610
5,908

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Hagonoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Napindan
Palingon
Sta. Ana
Signal Village
Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan
Ususan
Wawa
Western Bicutan

PROFILE

52
41
23
173
101
28
25
44
272
32
185
47
32
288

9,247
7,595
4,337
32,841
17,450
5,262
4,743
7,477
49,581
5,179
34,751
8,875
5,003
51,647

SUBDIVISIONS
SUBDIVISION
1.St. Peter Triangle (c/oSamahang Magkakapitbahay
Sa Dulong Bayan, Inc.)
2.Matapat Urban Poor
3.Villa Mendiola-Villegas NHOAI
4. Tanyag Homeowners Assn.,Inc. Phase I & II
5. Fort Bonifacio Global City Phase 2
6.Southeast people's Village HOAI
7. Baybreeze Subdivision Phase II-A
8. Antonio Dinguinbayan Dreamville I HOA
9. Tambalan neighborhood Assn., Inc.
10. Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Dulong Bayan, Inc.
11. BCDA Housing and Relocation Project
(Lot D)Conga Area & Lakas-Ilaw
12. BCDA Heritage Memorial Park
13. Central Bagumbayan Neighborhood, Assn.
14. BCDA Heritage Memorial Park
15. Samahang Nagkakaisang Damdamin HOAI
16. BCDA Housing & Relocation Project
Lot B Gabihan Area
17. BCDA Housing & Relocation Project
Lot C Maisan Area
18. SAMACA 2 HOAI
19. 1.17 Hectare Kalayaan Housing Relocation Project
20. Kapitbisig Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
21. Villa Maglente Nghd. HOA

LOCATION CLASSIFICATION
Bambang CMP/Urban Poor
Urban Poor
Urban Poor

Bagong Tanyag CMP


Western Bicutan Commercial
DM,Ibayo-Tipas CMP/Urban Poor
Hagonoy PD 957
Ligid-Tipas
CMP/Urban poor
CMP/Urban Poor
Bambang CMP
Signal Village
BP 220
Western Bicutan PD 957
Bagumbayan
CMP/Urban Poor
Western Bicutan Memorial Park
Sta. Ana
CMP/Urban poor
Signal Village
BP 220
BP 220
Calzada

CMP
PD 957
Ibayo-Napindan CMP/Urban Poor
Napindan CMP/Urban Poor

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22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.

Marcelo I extension Neighborhood Assn.


Paglingon homeowners Association
Cocohill Homeowners Assn.
Megaworld Forbestown Center
Eastwind Homes
BCDA 1.17 Ha. Kalayaan
BCDA Lot D Conga Area
Golden Harvest Homeownres Assn., Inc.
Nabuhay Homeowners assn.
Sagrada Familia nghd. Assn., Inc.
Mc Kinley Hill Subdivision Phase I
San Bernardo Residential Devt.
Habitat for Humanity Foundation (5-units MRB)
Mc Kinley Hill Phase II
Spring Lane II
Forbes Town Center Phase I
Mahogany Forest Nghd. Assn., Inc.
Forbes Town Center Phase II
Serendra District I Section B & C
Serendra District II Section B & C

Palingon

PROFILE
Bagumbayan
CMP
Bagumbayan
Western Bicutan

CMP

CMP/Urban Poor
Commercial
PD 957
Alteration of D.P.
Alteration of DP
Calzada
CMP/Urban Poor
Calzada
CMP/Urban poor
Bagumbayan
CMP/Urban poor
C-5 Ususan
Comml/Resdl. Subdv.
Ibayo
Socialized Housing
Western Bicutan MRB Proj. Habitat
C-5 Ususan
Comml/Resdl subdv.
Hagonoy PD 957
Western Bicutan Commercial/Resdl.
Calzada
CMP
Western Bicutan Comml/Resdl
Western Bicutan Comml/Resdl
Western Bicutan Comml./Resdl.

TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER
( CELL SITE )
COMPANY:

LOCATION:

Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.


Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Smart Communication, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Bagong

Signal Village
417-A Sta. Teresa Compd., Bagong Tanyag
Ismael & Ishaq Bldg., Rogan St., Maharlika Village
Sunshine Mall, DBP Ave., FTI Complex, Western Bicutan
BCDA Housing, Diego Silang, C-5
Seabreeze St., Hagonoy
1101 E. Rodriguez, Jr., Bagumbayan DMCI Compd.,

Smart Communication, Inc.


Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Smart Communication, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Smart Communication, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.

Calzada, Ususan, Taguig City


9 Mariano St., Palingon-Tipas
Megaworld Bldg., Fort Bonifacio Global city
NAMRIA Compound, McKinley Rd., Fort Bonifacio
NAMRIA Compound, Lawton Avenue, FBGC.
510 Bagong Calzada, Ususan
246 M.L.Quezon St., Lower Bicutan
L1 B25 P2 EP Housing, Western Bicutan
L2 B60 P2a, Upper Bicutan
BCDA Lot, Lawton avenue, Fort Bonifacio
SAMAMA 2, Katwiran Rd., Ibayo-Tipas
St. Michael Subdv., Hagonoy

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Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Digital Telecommunication Phils, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
FBGC.
Smart Communication, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Globe Telecom, Inc.

PROFILE

2144 Elisco Rd., Ibayo-Tipas


26 Umali St., Ligid-Tipas
Napindan, Taguig City
Marcelo 2 St., Bagumbayan, Taguig City
Bonifacio Tech. Center, 31st St., Crescent Park West,
ML Quezon St., Hagonoy, Taguig City
100 P. Mariano St., Ususan, taguig City
49 B-4, Sitio 2, Z-7A, Pasong Tamo, Western Bicutan
Sunshine Mall, FTI Complex ( San Pedro Laguna St.)
C.P. Tiga St., Brgy. Hagonoy, Taguig City
Malik's Building, L21 B47 Maharlika Village
8th St., Signal Village

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barangay
profile

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Bagong Tanyag


HISTORY
In 1950 - 1960 the territorial jurisdiction of Bagong Tanyag is form and partial of Barangay Bagumbayan until
the time of Mayor Monico Tanyag was elected. During his incumbency in office a Presidential Decree was enacted
declaring the aforesaid land as Public Domain. Due to the migration of group of people from Manila and Makati and
different provinces, the Barangay Bagong Tanyag accumulated sufficient number of residents to established separate
and distinct Barangay. Since the same was happened during his term of office, as immemorial practice his surname
was adopted and used as the name of the subject Barangay and the word "Bagong" was originated from the word
"Bagumbayan". Barangay Bagong Tanyag is composed three distincts sitio's: Bagong Tanyag (Proper), North Daang
Hari and South Daang Hari. The Barangay Bagong Tanyag (Proper) was formerly owned and managed by Philippine
National Railroad Company until they decided to abandon the same.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Situated on the Southwest part of Taguig, and Southeast part of Metro Manila.
Boundary
North: The Department of Science and Technology---Bicutan Branch
South: Daughters of Charity, Paraaque City
East:
Barangay Bagumbayan
West:
South Superhighway

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


Bagong Tanyag (Proper)
North Daang Hari
South Daang Hari

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area
Water Bodies

=
:

2.17 sq. km.

NATURAL RESOURCES

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POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Household
:
Children (0-18) population :
Senior Citizen
Registered Voters
:
No. of Precincts
Population Density
:
No. of Sangguniang Barangay
Employee

:
39,310
8,640
16,185
:
23,695
:
126 precincts
10,665 person/sq.km.
:

350 employees

INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCE / TRADE
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Pre-schooler/Kinder (Public/controlled by DSWD)
Prk. 2 Day Care Center
North Daang Hari Day care Center
Prk. 11 South Daang Hari Day Care Center
Public Elementary School
North Daang Hari Elementary School
Bagong Tanyag Elementary School
Prk. 11 Elementary School Annex B
Prk. 14 Elementary School Annex A
Private Elementary School
St. Helena Academy at Perpetual Village
Our Lourdes of Academy
BATAHAI (Prep-Schooler)

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Centers
North Daang Hari Health Center
South Daang Hari Health Center
Bagong Tanyag (Proper) Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
Vital Installations / Facilities
Office of the Punong Barangay Main Office Barangay Hall--Bagong Tanyag Proper
Barangay Hall at North Daang Hari (extension)
Barangay Hall at Prk. 11, South Daang Hari (extension)
Barangay Hall at Prk. 14, South Daang Hari (extension)
Barangay Hall at Prk. 6-A (extension)
OTHERS
Subdivisions
Perpetual Village
Urobal Assn., Inc.
South Ville

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LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


LIST of ORGANIZATIONS/NGO
Association of Concerned Citizen and Stable Comm. Inc.
Bagong Tanyag Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Bagong Tanyag Prk. 5 Residents Assn. Inc.
Concerned Residents Assn. Inc.
Home Along the Riles Neighborhood Assn. Inc. (HARINAI)
Infant Jesus Compound Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Kilusang Diwa ng Tanyag Neighborhood Assn. Inc.
Manggahan Site Neighborhood Assn of Taguig, Inc.
North Daang Hari Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Perpetual Village HOMEOWNERS ASSN.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Daang Bakal Prk 4-8
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng P-10 sdh Homeowners Assn.,Inc
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng SDH Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng South Daang Hari (SMSDH)
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Dulong Bayan T. P.
Samahang Pangkomunidad ng Cocovale (SAPACO)
Samahang Tungo sa Progresibong Pamayanan P-13 SDH
Sanggunian ng Responsableng Mamamayan sa Tanyag
Santos/Garcia Homeowners Assn. Inc.
South Victoria Ville Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Sta. Theresa compound Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Sunday Group P-11 Taguig Inc.
Talang-Masa Assn. Prk.33 Inc.
Tanyag Homeowners Assn. Inc. (TAHAI)
United Residents of Balagbas Handonedline Homeowners Assn. Inc.
Bagong Tanyag Homeowners Association Inc.
SDH Samahang Magkakapitbahay Inc.

South Daang Hari Taguig Cooperative


DTCI

PROFILE

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Ibayo - Tipas


HISTORY
Maikling Kasaysayan
Ang Barangay Ibayo-Tipas ay isa sa mga bumubuo ng orihinal na kanayunan ng Tipas sa bayan ng Taguig.
Ito ay dating bahagi ng Barrio Tipas. Ang mga unang taong naninirahan, sa kabilang dako ng Tipas o sa kabila nang
kailugan ng Tipas ay tinagurian ng mga Tagalog na Ibayo. Nang lumaon, ang Ibayo ay lumawak at umunlad, ito ay
nakilala na sa tawag na Ibayo-Tipas.
Sinasabi sa kasaysayan, na noong unang panahon ay nag-iisa lamang ang naturang lugar na ito. Malaki ang
Tipas at maraming tao. Noong 1974, panahon ng dating Punong bayan Monico C. Tanyag, sa pamamagitan ng isang
Municipal Resolution na panukala ni Konsehal Pascual Sarmiento, napagkaisahan ng Sangguniang Bayan na hatiin
ang Tipas sa apat na Barangay. Ang iba pang barangay ay ang Ligid, Palingon, at Calzada.
Maraming mga propesyunal ang Barangay Ibayo tulad ng doctor, nurses, abogado, CPA, guro, Inhenyero (
Civil, Electrical, Chemical, Computer at Mechanical ) at mga Chemist. Ang ilan sa mga ito ay nagtungo sa ibang bansa
tulad ng Amerika, australia, Canada, Alemanya at Saudi Arabia.
Ibat-ibang uri ang hanapbuhay ng mga tao rito. Mayroon din nga magsasaka at mangingisda. Marami ang
namamasukan sa pamahalaan at pribadong sector.
Sa ngayon patuloy na umuunlad ang Barangay Ibayo, ang mga lupain na dating sinasaka ng lehitimong taga
Ibayo ay tinayuan ng ibat-ibang negosyo at pagawaan / pabrika na pinagkukunan ng kabuhayan ng mamamayan.
Umaabot sa 100 small and medium scale industries / negosyo at 165 sari-sari ang nakatayo rito. Isa ang Tipas Bakery
na gumagawa ng bantog na tipas Hopia na pag-aari ng pamilyang Flores. Ang produktong ito ay nakakarating sa lahat
ng bahagi ng Pilipinas. Ito ay maituturing na isa sa maunlad na barangay sa bayan ng Taguig dala ng ibayong
kasipagan ng mga mamamayan.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Situated on the North Eastern part of Taguig
Boundaries
North: Manunuso Creek ( Brgy. Kalawaan, Pasig )
South: Tipas Labasan River ( Palingon )
East:
Mabato Creek and Sapang Katwiran, now Mabato road and Katwiran St.
West:
Ilog Tipas ( Ligid Tipas )

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POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


Purok 1
(Bambang : )
Southern part of Capt. Ciano St.
Dinguinbayan Extension
Interior part of B. San Pedro & R. Quilatan
Purok 2
Large part of Capt. Ciano St. ( bounded by Dr. Natividad Avenue )
Interior of Ramos-Quilatan, Lontoc, Centennial, Estacio, N. Cruz & Balderrama
Purok 3
Southern part of Dr. Natividad Ave.
G. San Pedro St.
Pigtain St.
San Bernardo Heighborhood assn. ( SBNA )
SAMAMA 2
Purok 4
Northern part of Dr. Natividad Avenue
Mabato Rd.
J. Ramos St.
Bambang na Malaki Creek
Interior of Pilar
Remedios
Antonia
Araneta
Ayo Compound
JDL, Elisco Rd.
Purok 5
Large part of J. Ramos St.
Sto. Nio
Labao-Mendoza,
Interior of Lontoc
Crisanto
J. Ramos
Purok 6
Cruz Compound ( Callejon 1,2,3 )
Capistrano Compound
DCCLAMP
Mamerta St. Estanislao
Villa Anita
Pagkalinawan
M. Saga St.
BPTHAI phase I
Purok 7
( Daang Manunuso : )
Daang Manunuso Homeowners Association, Inc. (DAMAHAI)
Bagong Pag-asa ng Taguig Homeowners Association-II (BPTHAI II)
Southeast Peoples Village Homeowners Association Inc. (SEPVHOAI)
Kapitbisig Homeowners association Inc. (KABISIG)

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LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area
Water Bodies

=
:

1.56 sq. km.


Manunuso Creek
Tipas Labasan River
Mabato Creek
Sapang Katwiran
Ilog- Tipas

NATURAL RESOURCES
POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:

:
16,637
:
:
:
:
7,204
:
7,595
:
41
3,657
:
4.55
:
10,665 person/sq.km.

INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS
Manufacturer/Batching Plant/Warehouse
Junkshop
Bakery
Carinderia/Eatery
Computer Shop/Video Games
Gift shop/Gen. Merchandising
Hardware
Drugstore/Pharmacy
Distilled Water Dealer
Beauty parlor/Barbershop
Sari-sari Store
Market/Talipapa
Banks

# of ESTABLISHMENTS
38 companies
7
20
19
3
4
5
1
1
2
165
2
0

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TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

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TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Kindergarten, Nursery, Prep. ----Private School---SAMAMA 2
HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES
Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

BSF Outpost

OTHERS

Brgy. Ibayo Health Center

Brgy. Ibayo Health Center


Quilatan Dental Clinic
Ibayo Tipas Brgy. Hall
Ibayo Tipas Day Care Center
Capistrano Day Care Center
Manunuso Day Care Center
BPTHAI 2 Day Care Center
DCCLAMP Day Care Center
Ibayo Tipas Brgy. Hall
Capistrano BSF Outpost
J. Ramos BSF Outpost
Daang Manunuso BSF Outpost

Religious Establishments Ugnayon ng Ibayo Tipas


San Isidro Labrador Chapel--BPTHAI 2
San Isidro Labrador Chapel--DCCLAMP
Bible Baptist--JDL Comp.
Christian Fellowship
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Basketball Court

Subdivisions

Lakeshore Dike--Ilog Labasan/Laguna Lake


Brgy. Hall Children Playground
Open Court---Ayo Comp.
Covered Court--SEPVHOA Comp.
Half Court----Cruz Comp.
Half Court----BPTHAI 1 Multi Purpose Hall
Open Court----Daang Manunuso
JDL Compound-----Elisco Road
BPTHAI 1------HRCapistrano St.
BPTHAI 2-----Daang Manunuso Comp.
Cruz Compound
Capistrano Compound
Pagkalinawan Compound
C. S. Mendoza Compound
Southeast People Village (SEPVHOA)
San Bernardo Compound
SAMAMA 2

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VI.

PROFILE

LIST OF NGO's
Daang Manunuso Homeowners Assn., Inc.
ATO Kabisig Homeowners
South east Peoples Village Homeowners Assn.
Bagong pag-asa ng Taguig 2--Daang Manunuso
Daang Paa,Cruz-Capistrano,Labao,Mendoza,
Pagkalinawan Homeowners Association
Bahayang Pag-asa ng Taguig Homeowners Assn. 1
Samahan ng Maralitang Mamamayan II
Labao Mendoza Compound Neighborhood Assn.
Mother and Child Share Habits
Tipas Napindan Tricycle Operators and Drivers Assn.
Daop Palad Jr.
Kabataang Ibig Bigyang Ganda ang Nasyon
Mendoza Compound Homeowners Assn.
Bukid Ibayo Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Purok 1, Bambang,Ibayo Tipas

Sipag at Kaunlaran ng Ibayo


Samahan ng Kababaihan sa Purok 1
Villa Anita Neighborhood Assn.
San Bernardo Neighborhood Assn
Katwiran Neighborhood Assn.

DAMAHAI
SEPVHOAI
BPTHAI 2
DCCLAMP
BPTHAI 1
SAMAMA 2
TNTODA Inc.
KAIBIGAN
BINAI

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Palingon
HISTORY
There was a time when the faithful of Tipas were disgruntled over the administration of an assigned priest at
Taguig. They preferred to be under the Pasig Parish. The parochial jurisdiction over Tipas has to be settled through the
sound of the bells rang simultaneously from the churches of Pasig and Taguig. The inhabitants' from a portion of Tipas
first heard the sound of the bell from taguig and therfore, turned their heads towards Taguig. To Tagalog's to turn one's
head backward is "lumingon". The barrio where they lived was later called PALINGON.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Ligid Tipas, Ibayo Tipas, & Napindan


Calzada
Laguna Lake & Napinadan
Pateros & Ligid Tipas

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area
Water Bodies

=
:

1.17 sq.km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

8,773
:
:
:
:
4,743
:
25
1,928
:
:
7,498 person/sq.km.

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Public School
Private School

Tipas Elementary School


Tipas National High School
St. Vincent Learning Center
Precious Academy
Eastern Academy

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Brgy. Palingon Health Center
Barangay Hall
Brgy. Palingon Brgy. Hall
Day Care Centers
Palingon Tipas Day Care Center
OTHERS
Religious Establishments Holy Cross Chapel
Sto. Nio Chapel
Christian Fellowship
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Palingon Mini-Park & Playground
Basketball Court Dinguinbayan Basketball Court-Private
Covered Court--Estacio St. (Public)
Subdivisions
St. Peter Subdivision

LIST OF NGO's
Barangay Palingon Disaster Brigade
East Palingon Neighborhood Assn.
Ibayo Palingon Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Nagdamayang Magkakapitbahay
Grupo ng Magkakapitbahay
Holy Grace Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Samahang Maralita ng Palingon (SMP-7), Inc.
Sinchioco Urban Homeowners Assn., Inc.

ESPANA
IPNAI
NADAMA

SUHAI

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Western Bicutan


HISTORY
Due to sizes of Bicutan and Bagumbayan, the Municipal Council of Taguig per Resolution No. 51 dated July
15, 1971, created Barangay by splitting Bicutan, and one of this is Western Bicutan.
It was 1965 when the Tenement Housing Project of the late-President diosdado Macapagal was finished and
awarded to people. This was the place where most of the known pioneer members of this Barangay
comprised of. The housing project has seven (7) floors with 96 rooms apartment per floor. The mailing
address of this was Tenement Housing Fort Bonifacio, Makati Rizal.
With the supervision of Gen. Espino and Gen. Balbanero, there was an appointed Kapitan Del Barrio for
Tenement Housing. It was in the person of Kapitan Gutierrez. After the election in 1975, the elected Barangay
Captain was Mr. Eddie Reyes. With the cadastral map of DENR, it was known that the Tenement Housing
was legally part of Taguig.
In the administration of late-President Ferdinand E. Marcos, another housing project was built. The Bagong
Lipunan Condominium (BLC) was constructed with the supervision of The First Lady Imelda R. Marcos.
The Mayor of Taguig then was Hon. Levi V. Mariano and the Barangay Captain was still Mr. Reyes - both of
them for almost twenty years in office because of the Martial Law. At those times, President Marcos organized
a Metro Manila Commission and one of the provisions was - Taguig which used to be part of Rizal province
should be part of Metro Manila and National Capital Region (NCR).
The Barangay Western Bicutan, Taguig, Metro Manila then stand as an independent strong Barangay with a
budget of only P55,000.00. With that cost, Mr. Reyes and his Chief Tanod were killed with unknown cause.
Assigned to replace Mr. Reyes was Mr. Perez, who with unknown cause was also killed. Former
Congressman of Taguig then was Dante O. Tiga, and he assigned Mr. Carlos Catacio to be the next
Barangay captain and his Secretary was Mr. Loreto Aonuevo and Treasurer was Mrs. Linda Padlan.
In the Barangay Election in 1989, the candidate who gained highest vote was Mr. Carlos Catacio. The next
higher pointers were Ben Bedoya, Rudy Guiyab, Armando Lopez, Ruben Mercado, Jun Carmen,Jr., Rico
Reyes. Assigned Secretary was still Mr. Aonuevo. In 1992, Mr. Catacio and Mr. Rico Reyes filed candidacy
for Councilor of Taguig. Municipal Mayor Ricky Papa appointed Mr. Filomino Togono as Barangay Captain
and Mr. Jimmy Vasquez as Kagawad.

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The revenue collection of Barangay Western Bicutan went good that time. Another Barangay Captain handled
the post, in the person of Mr. Ben Bedoya, and during his time the first 2-storey Barangay hall was built.
Western Bicutan now is the number one among the 18 barangays of the City of Taguig, in terms of revenue. It
is because of the business establishments that are now in the area of jurisdiction of Western Bicutan. The
Global City which is known as the "milking cow" of City of Taguig due to big companies and businesses
arising, is also here at Western Bicutan. In terms of number of people, this the most populated barangay and
the biggest area of jurisdiction.
This is truly the "Sleeping Giant" as stated by the Municipal treasurer's Office because of the estimated
income last year 2004. It has a revenue of P38,000.00 and more, and this will continue to rise this CY 2005.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Makati and Mandaluyong


Paraaque and Brgy. Upper Bicutan
Paraaque
Brgy. Signal Village

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3

- TUP, Tenement Bldg., Lower and Upper Bagong Lipunan Condominium


- PNR Site FTI Compound
- Sampaguita, Kabuyao, Gumamela Goco, Kasoy, Sampaloc, Champaca,
Sahing Salong, Block 10 Bato, Iriga, Baao, Balatan, Kalamansi,
Manggahan, Kakawati, LRT Eucalyptus, Kakaw, Kalamansi, Sambong,
Makabuhay, Kabline, Kalantas
Zone 4-A - EP Village Phase II
Zone 4-B - EP Village Phase I
Zone 5
- Pinagsama Village Phase I, Pinagsama Vilage Phase II
Zone 6
- Sitio Matatag, Sitio Masagana, Sitio Masigasig II, Sitio Masigasig I, Purok
II Dita St. Purok 3 Albutra, Purok 4 Champaca, Purok 9 PNR ESR, Sitio
Maliwanag, Katipunan Village, AFPOVAI
Zone 7-A - Sitio I, II, III, IV, V, VI
Zone 7-B - Sitio Pinaglabanan, Sitio Pagkakaisa, Sitio Kaunlaran, Sitio Glitz
Zone 7-C - BNS Fort Bonifacio
Zone 8
- Consular Area
Zone 9
- SS Brigade Village
Zone 10
- BCDA Centennial Village
Zone 11
- Upper West, ISG Central, Panam Village
Zone 12-A - G-2 Village, 16th ISU, Palar Village
Zone 12-B - Palar
Zone 13
- JUSMAG

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =
Water Bodies

19.91 sq. km.


:

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POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:

110,703
:
:
:
:
:
51,647
:
288
24,330
:
:
5,560 person/sq.km.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS

# of ESTABLISHMENTS

TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
College--Public
Technological Institute of Technology (TUP)
College--Private
AMA Computer Learning Center
High School--Public
Western Bicutan National High School
High School--Private
Asian Polytechnic College
Elementary--Public
Tenement Elementary School
Eddie Reyes Elementary School
Elementary w/ Kindergarten/Nursery--Private
Patricia Foundation school
Promise Land Baptist Learning school
EP Ville Integrated Academy
Academia de San Isidro
Go and shine Learning School
Sootaville Woodland School
Progressive Christian Academy--Montessori Oriented Curriculum

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Hospitals
Lying-in Clinic

Taguig-Pateros Disrict Hospital


Doctor's Polyclinic Maternity Lying in
Gallo Medical Clinic
Health Center
East service Road Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish

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Family Planning Clinic
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Satellite 1

PROFILE

located at Health Center


Taguig- Pateros District Hospital

Western Bicutan Brgy. Hall


for FTI-PNR, Tenement, Upper and
Lower BLC, TUP Compound
Satellite 2
for Proclaimed area, Zone 3 and Zone 6
Satellite 3
for Pinagsama I and II and extension, EP
Housing I and II, SS Brigade, Centennial
Village
Satellite 4
areas include are Sitio Uno, Dos, Tres,
Kwarto, Cinco, AFPOVAI, Sitio Kaunlaran,
Pagkakaisa, Pinaglabanan
Satellite 5
South Side, Global City, Palar, 6 Villages,
ATO, BNS, Consular Area, JUSMAG
Day Care Centers Sto. Nio Day Care Center
G2 Day Care Center
Upper West DCC
Sitio Una DCC
Pinaglabanan DCC
Katipunan DCC
Masagana DCC
Centennial DCC
Salong DCC
EP Housing DCC
16th ISU Village (D'Village DCC)
Central Village DCC
Palar DCC
Pagkakaisa DCC
Pinagsama I DCC
Nazareth DCC--Nagmana
Getsemani DCC
Panam Village DCC
Bayabas DCC
TUP DCC
Matatag DCC
Pinagsama II DCC
Bethany DCC
Morning Glory DCC
Our Lady of the Poor DCC
Our Lady of Perpetual Help DCC
BSF Outpost
Police Sub Station
Fire Sub-station

Block 1-Veterans Rd.


Block 7-Global City
Taguig Fire Station--FTI

OTHERS
Religious Establishments Our Lady of the Poor Parish Church
Our Lady of Immaculate Concepcion
Memorial Park
Heritage Mortuary & Memorial Park
Libingan ng mga Bayani
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Paraiso Park---Tenement
Tennis Court

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Baseball Court
Swimming Pool
Basketball Court Open Court---Sitio Una
Covered Court--EP Housing I
Covered Court--EP Housing II
Covered Court--Pinagsama Village
Covered Court--Sitio Una
Open Court----G2 Village
Subdivisions
Bagong Lipunan Condominium (BLC)
EP Village phase I
EP Village phase II
Pinagsama Village
MRB Habitat
Tenement Building
Veterans center
NHA Condominium

LIST OF NGO's
Block 84 & 85 Homeowners Assn.
Una Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Bagong Silang Vendors Assn., Inc.
TUP Residence Assn., Inc.
Fort Andres Bonifacio South Sector Nghd. Assn., Inc.
Enlisted Personnel of AFP Nghd. Assn., Inc,
Samahang Magkakapitbahay Asso., Inc.
Taguig Nghd. Assn., Inc.
SMTFM
SMTFM Consumer Cooperative Inc.
Association of Democratic Labor Organic
Dyne-Sym Employee Devt.
Nagkakaisang Maralitang Nangungupahan Inc.
Samahan ng mga Naninirahan sa Lot 1 & 2 Boundary Homeowners assn., Inc.
Kabuhayan Kaunlaran ng Kanahon ng Sto. Nio
Western Bicutan Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Mondragon Foundation inc.
Urban Poor Institute for Community Bldg. Inc.----UPICOB

LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


Business Establishments
Triumph International Phil., Inc.
Estrella Foods Products
Special Construction Products
MML Development Corporation
Traffic Control Products Corp.
Hon-fil Agri-Development
Veterans Electronics
Aspimex
Griffith Laboratory Philippines, Inc.
Baltimore Spice Philippines
Felipe Bacani (Commerce/Retailer)
Tierra factors (Wholesaler)
Manila Banking Corporation
Philippine National Bank

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Hi-Q Commercial (Warehouse)


Incophil Marketing
BBC Brown Boveri
Celso Ballesteros
Pintar
R. A. Pacific Overseas Corp.
Mae Marine Corp.
Novelty Phil., Inc. (Contractor)
North Atlantic Garment
Olympia Manila
Recofil, Inc. (Industrial Refrigeration)
Worldwide Information Services
RAH Corp. (Sub-Contractor)

INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
PEACE & ORDER / CRIME SITUATION
INFRASTRUCTURE & UTILITIES
HOUSING
Total # of Occupied Dwelling Units
Public Housing Facilities & Location

TRANSPORTATION
Public Utility Vehicles
Type of Vehicle:
Bus
Jeepney
Tricycle
Pedicab

:
:

15,000 more or less (private)


PNP Housing--Camp Bagong Diwa

No. of Units:
None
100

80
250
50

WATERWORKS / SEWAGE FACILITIES


Water Supply:
# of MWSS Installed Deepwells
# of NHA Installed Deepwells
# of other Deepwells
# of Public Artisan Wells
# of Private Deepwells
# 0f Shallow Wells

No. of Operators:
none

:
:
:

100
40

:
1
none
:
1/household
3
:
50 commercial deepwells
4 used by plant growers

POWER / ENERGY / COMMUNICATION


Electrification:
Residential
:
95%
Commercial
:
4%
Industrial
:
1%
Source: Manila Electric Company (Meralco)
Communication Facilities:
Radio Communication
:
1 base & 40 handheld radios (VHF)
Telephone Communication
:
PLDT & SMART

DRAINAGE SYSTEM / FLOOD CONTROL


WASTE DISPOSAL / MANAGEMENT
The Barangay Government has created the position of Garbage Coordinator to assist the
Municipal Waste Management Office in the daily collection of garbages in the barangay. Also, the barangay
has tasks all purok leaders to monitor and protect their respective areas from illegal garbage dumping and to
report all uncollected garbages in their areas.

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Lower Bicutan


HISTORY
During the early time, on the Southern part of Barrio Hagonoy was a forested area known to be the hiding
place of robbers and pirates of Laguna de Bay. After a few years, the area was cleared from robbers and
pirates and there exist a rumor thet the bandits left their treasures and buried it in the area. Many nearby
inhabitants started to search for the hidden treasures and dig for treasures in the area. The local term for
digging of treasures during that time is "bikot" and the place came to be known as BICUTAN.
The Municipal council of taguig through resolution No. 51, dated July 15, 1971 subdivided Bicutan into four (4)
barangays and one of this is Brgy. Lower Bicutan.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Situated on the North Eastern part of Taguig
Boundaries
North: Brgy. Hagonoy & Signal Village
South: Brgy. Bagumbayan
East:
Laguna Lake
West:
Brgy. Upper Bicutan & Brgy. Signal Village & Maharlika Village

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


Six Purok w/ 24 sub-purok

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =
2.35 sq.km.
Land Distribution (approximately)
Residential
:
150 hectares
Commercial
:
10 hectares
Industrial :
None
Institutional
:
20 hectares
Agricultural
:
5 hectares
Open space
:
15 hectares
Water Bodies
:
Road Network
Main Thoroughfares
3 concrete roads
Barangay/ secondary Roads 100 concrete roads
Interior/ Alley
120 alleys

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NATURAL RESOURCES
POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

77,466
:
:
:
:
32,841
:
17,025
:
:
32,964

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INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS
Agriculture/ Fisheries
Manufacturing
Wholesale & Retail
Construction
Transportation, com. & Storage
Financing, Insurance, Real Estate &
Service Business
Social, recreational & Personal Services
Banks
Commercial
Rural

# of ESTABLISHMENTS
100 fishcages & fishpens
2 (Jr. Ice Buko & Kaunlaran Ind.)
20 (dry goods)
none
1 (PJC Transit)
10 companies

TOURISM / EDUCATION

EDUCATION
R. P. Cruz Elem. School
Taguig National/Municipal High School
Polytechnic University of the Philippines )
Bicutan Parochial School
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School
Day Care Centers :
7
RIC
:
1
Private Sectors:
Pre-School (Kinder/Nursery/Prep.)
:
Primary
Secondary
Special Skills:
Isla Kultura

10
1
1

10
:
:
:

2
1
1

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HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
Periculture Center
Lying-in Center
Hospitals (Private)
Dental Clinic (Private)
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers
BSF Outpost
Health Personnel:
Health Physician 1
Dentists
Nurses
Midwives
4
Med. Tech.
Sanitarian
Nutritionist
Dental Aide
Nursing Aide
Sputum Canvasser 2
Brgy. Nutrition Scholar
Brgy. Health Worker

OTHERS
Government Institution:
Camp Bagong Diwa
DPWH NCR Equipment Depot
PUP
Maritime Communication
Religious Establishments
Cemetery
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Pelota Court
0
Basketball Court
Open Court
14
Covered Court
4
Volleyball Court
3
Vidoe House/Center
2
Karaoke/sing-along Bar
12
Billard/Pool
8
Gym
1
Subdivisions

0
0
1
7
7

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
15

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LIST OF Organizations / Associations


Youth and Community Development Organizations
Signal, Tenement, Bicutan Tricycle Operators & Driver's Association (STBTODA)
Taguig Lawyer's League
Taguig Youth welfare Council
Taguig Youth Alliance
Balikatan sa Kaunlaran
NGO's
Samahan ng Mamamayan ng Prk. 2
Pio Felipe Res. Assn.,Inc.
Gen. Santos ave. Vendors Assn. Of Taguig, Inc.
Our Lady of Holy Rosary Parish
Simbayanan ni Maria Multi-Purpose Coop., Inc.
Lower Bicutan United Neighborhood, Inc.
Alyansang Maralita ng Taguig
Maunlad na Kilusan ng Samahang Magkakapitbahay Inc.
Prk. 5 Lower Bicutan Taguig Homeowners Assn., Inc.
Magkakapitbahay na Samahan sa Hanapbuhay ng Lower Bicutan, Inc.
Bicutan Interchange Sidewalk Vendor Assn.
Lower Bicutan Residents, Inc.
Simbayanan ni Maria Foundation
Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Magulang
Samahan ng Maralitang Naninirahan sa MERALCO Rd.

LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


Business Establishments
Fishpen (50 hectares)
Food storage Facilities
Slaughter House
Public Market
Talipapa
Private Market
Food processors
# of Plants Product
# of Bigasang Bayan
# of Botikang Barangay

100 fishpens
0
0

0
1
2

INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
PEACE & ORDER / CRIME SITUATION
INFRASTRUCTURE & UTILITIES
HOUSING
Total # of Occupied Dwelling Units
Public Housing Facilities & Location

:
:

0
1

15,000 more or less (private)


PNP Housing--Camp Bagong Diwa

TRANSPORTATION
Public Utility Vehicles
Type of Vehicle:
Bus
Jeepney
Tricycle
Pedicab

No. of Units:
None
100

250
50

No. of Operators:
none
80

100
40

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WATERWORKS / SEWAGE FACILITIES


Water Supply:
# of MWSS Installed Deepwells
# of NHA Installed Deepwells
# of other Deepwells
# of Public Artisan Wells
# of Private Deepwells
# 0f Shallow Wells

:
:
:

:
1
none
:
1/household
3
:
50 commercial deepwells
4 used by plant growers

POWER / ENERGY / COMMUNICATION


Electrification:
Residential
:
95%
Commercial
:
4%
Industrial
:
1%
Source: Manila Electric Company (Meralco)
Communication Facilities:
Radio Communication
:
1 base & 40 handheld radios (VHF)
Telephone Communication
:
PLDT & SMART

DRAINAGE SYSTEM / FLOOD CONTROL


WASTE DISPOSAL / MANAGEMENT
The Barangay Government has created the position of Garbage Coordinator to assist the
Municipal Waste Management Office in the daily collection of garbages in the barangay. Also, the barangay
has tasks all purok leaders to monitor and protect their respective areas from illegal garbage dumping and to
report all uncollected garbages in their areas.

POLLUTION / HEALTH HAZARDS


Water Pollution level / Causes
Air Pollution level / Causes :

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Napindan
Telephone No. 643-7425

HISTORY
To Tagalods, being pierced through is "napindang". At the northeastern tip of Taguig, the periodical action of
the Laguna Lake floods, created a channel piercing through the land area. Tha barrio, as well as the channel, were later
called NAPINDAN.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Located at the Northern portion of Laguna de bay.
Boundaries
North: Pasig and Taytay
South: Palingon and Laguna Bay
East:
Laguna Lake and Taytay
West:
Ibayo Tipas and Palingon

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area =
Water Bodies

2.7 sq.km.
:

NATURAL RESOURCES
POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:

11,949
:
:
:
:
:
:
2,626
:
:
4,426

5,262
28

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PROFILE

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Napindan Elementary School----public
St. Peter School affiliated by Pateros Catholic School---private

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Brgy. Napindan Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed 1,628
1st Degree Malnourish
234
2nd Degree Malnourish
68
3rd Degree Malnourish
6
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Napindan Brgy. Hall
Day Care Centers
BSF Outpost

OTHERS

Religious Establishments Roman Catholic Church


Aglipayan Church
Iglesia ni Cristo
Protestant Church
Deep Well
Deep Well w/o submersible pump--Purok 5 --Salty Water
Deep Well w/ submersible pump---Purok 1-7 (functioning)
Parks & Recreational Facilities
E. Rodriguez Plaza
Baseball Court
Subdivisions

LIST OF Organizations / Associations


Samahang Kapuspalad
Napindan Tenants Association
Rizal Christian Service Group, Inc.
Urban Poor of Samama/Pinamana
Lakeview Homeowners Association
Mother Butler
Apostolado
Parish Pastoral Council
Parish Renewal Experience
Legion of Mercy
Lay Minister
Alter Boys

SMBS Inc. Housing Devt. Project


Villa Marie Homeowner's Association

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Lector/Commentator
Balikatan
Samahan ng Kababaihan
Pinagbuklod ng Bagong Pag-asa
Samahang Mahihirap sa Lakeview
Napindan Youth Club
Jeep Operator/Driver Association of Napindan
Samahan ng Maralitang Mamamayan Tricycle Association
Tipas/Napindan Operator Association
United Homeowners Association

LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


Business Establishments
CAPASCO
GST-Taguig Plant
Intra-Tire Retreading
Italit Pipe Corporation
Nikkie Rubber Corporation
Thakson Garments Inc.
Carry-All
Well Family Clinic and Lying-In----SAMAMA

PROFILE

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Bagumbayan
HISTORY
What's in a name?
New is "bago" while settlement is "bayan". When a new settlement was established at the unpopulated
southern portion of Taguig, the barrio came to be known as BAGUMBAYAN.
Historical Background
During the Spanish time, the barangay was one of the remote areas of the Municipality of Taguig. Nobody
wants to live in this place, except for the Tanyag and Garcia family from Tipas. When people started to live here, the
Spaniards call it the Barangay ng Bayan ng Taguig. And later on it was permanently called Bagumbayan. Mrs. Serena
San Juan was first elected as the Cabeza de Barangay, and then it was followed by the following, Tadoy Sta. Teresa,
Liza Sta. Teresa, Cepruto Marcelo. During that time, they were call Cabeza de Barangay or Tenyente del Barrio. After
the Spanish regime, the American and the Japanese takes place. Mr. Laureano Garcia was elected as the cabeza de
Barangay then it was followed by the following, Elino cruz, Benito Garcia, Cerilo P. Santos, Claudio Marcelo and Rufino
Dacumos.
In 1958, this Barangay was called by many as the sleeping town. The improvement was slow the people
have no enough income, and they only depend on fishing and farming as their source of income. But through the effort
of the Barangay officials the economy of Barangay Bagumbayan become progressive.
In the 1958, the prices of vacant lot become higher. South Super highway was built by the National
Government. And from thet time, many corporation and small businessman, starts to put up their own business.
Factories and other source of income start to grow. People from different area start to live here. During that time, Taguig
was under the leadership of Mr. Augusto M. Garcia as the Bise-Alkalde. At present, Barangay Bagumbayan is one of
the most improved Barangay in Taguig.

MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES


Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Lower Bicutan and Bagong Tanyag


Sucat, Muntinlupa
Laguna Bay
Laguna Bay and Bagong Tanyag

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

3.62 sq.km.

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PROFILE

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

:
33,158
15,766
:
82
7,287
9,160 person/sq.km.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
C. P. Sta. Teresa Elementary School
Bagumbayan National High School
St. Francis of Assisi College System
St. Ives School
Little Angel Learning Center
M.C.A. Montessori
Salt & Light Academy
Mt. Moriah Christian Academy
C.M. School, Inc,

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Hospitals
Private Clinics

Health Center
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

-Public -Primary
-Public -Secondary
-Private -Primary & Secondary
-Private -Primary & Secondary
-Private -Primary
-Private -Primary
-Private -Primary
-Private-Primary & Secondary
-Private -Primary

Taguig Doctor's Hospital


Holy Mary Hospital
Aonuevo Clinic
Ponce Clinic
Ignacio's Maternity Clinic
Gonzales Maternity Clinic
Sta. Ana Lying-In Clinic
Brgy. Health Center
Bagumbayan Brgy. Hall
Sitio Butas DCC
Aguahan 1 DCC
Rocky Side DCC
Joseph Sitt DCC
Marcelo 1 Ext. DCC

OTHERS
Religious Establishments Sagrada Familia Parish
Iglesia Filipina Independiente
United Church of Christ in the Phils.
El Shaddai
Dating Daan
Jesus the Lord and Savior Church
City of the Lord
Salt and Light Community church
Free Mission Phis
Bagumbayan Christian Church
Blessed Rock Church
Mt. Moriah Christian Church
Christ Liveth in Me

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Subdivisions/ CMP/ Urban Poor


Central Bagumbayan Nghd. Assn.
Marcelo I extension Nghd. Assn.
Sagrada Familia Nghd. Assn., Inc.
Holy Family Village I & II
Severina Subdivision
Gutierrez Compound Subdivision
Rockyside Subdivision
Joseph Sitt Subdivision
Palayan Village
Creekside Nghd. Assn.
Cocohills Subdivision
Marcelo Butas nghd. Assn.
Aguahan I & II Village

LIST OF ORGANIZATION
Veterans President
Aguahan 2 Neighborhood Association
Aguahan 1 Neighborhood Association
Joseph Sitt Homeowners Association
Gutierrez Comp. Homeowners Association
Severina Ext. Neighborhood Association
Palayan Village Neighborhood Association
Marcelo 1 Ext. Neighborhood Association
Severina Subd. Homeowners Association
Sagrada Familia Homeowners Association
Creekside Neighborhood Association
Rockyside Village Homeowners Association
Cocohills Neighborhood Association
Marcelo Butas Neighborhood Association
Holy Family Village homeowners Association

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Ligid-Tipas
HISTORY
What's in a name?
Almost parallel to the Taguig River at about 2 km. To the northeast is the Tipas River which had a loop at the
middle of its length between ist mouth at Laguna Lake and its outfall at the Pasig River. This is joined by the Sta. Ana
River at the said loop, detour or in Tagalog "tumipas" or "lumigid". Early settlers were said to be from Pasig who
escaped from the harsh policy of their ruler. The settlers were then called LIGID-TIPAS.
Historical Background

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Pasig
Palingon
Ibayo-Tipas
Pateros

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area =
Water Bodies

68 hectares = 0.68 sq.km.


:

NATURAL RESOURCES
POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:

:
7,858
:
:
:
:
:
4,337
:
23
1,727
:
:
11,556 person/sq.km.

INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS

# of ESTABLISHMENTS

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PROFILE

TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Aglipay
-private -kindergarten,nursery,preparatory
Romano
-private -kindergarten,nursery,preparatory
Teacher Rosy
-private -kindergarten,nursery,preparatory
Precious Academy
-private -kindergarten,nursery,preparatory
Tipas National High School -public -secondary

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES

Hospitals
Private Clinics
Health Center
Brgy. Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed 1,213
1st Degree Malnourish
13 (1st & 2nd degree)
nd
2 Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
2
Barangay Hall
Ligid-Tipas Brgy. Hall
Day Care Centers
SAMAMA Compound DCC
Dreamville Subdivision DCC

OTHERS
Religious Establishments Iglesia Filipina Independiente/Aglipayan
Roman Catholic--Dambanang Kawayan
Iglesia ni Cristo
Unida/ Protestant Church
Ang Dating Daan
Cemetery
Iglesia Filipina Indefendeniente
Cemetery
Roman Catholic Cemetery
Iglesia ni Cristo Cemetery
Unida Cemetery/Protestant Cemetery
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Plaza Bonifacio---Ordoez St.
Basketball Court
Cayetano Multi-purpose Covered Court--M. Pinang st.
SAMAMA Covered Court
---SAMAMA Compd.
Tourist Attraction
Dambanang Kawayan Bamboo Altar
Subdivisions
Dreamville Subdivision phase I
Dreamville Subdivision phase II
SAMAMA

LIST OF ORGANIZATION

Samahan ng Maralitang Mamamayan I Home Owners Association


Dreamville Homeowners Association phase I
Dreamville Homeowners Association phase II

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Upper Bicutan


HISTORY
Due to the sizes of Bicutan & Bagumbayan, the Municipal Council of Taguig per resolution No. 51 dated July
15,1971, created additional barangays by splitting bicutan and one of this is UPPER BICUTAN.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Western Bicutan & Signal Village


Bagong Tanyag
Maharlika Village & Lower Bicutan
United Paraaque

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area =
Water Bodies

NATURAL RESOURCES

1.44 sq. km.


:

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

59,882
:
34,751
:
185
13,161 families
41,585 person/sq. km.

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PROFILE

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Schools
Huckleberry Montessori School
Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Silangan Elementary School
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Apostolic School
Dunong Tulong School Catechism
Grants Apostolic School
Rural Improvement Club Center
St. Joseph Learning Center
St. Lawrence School
Southville Woodland School
Zinah Christian School

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
Dental Clinic
Medical Clinic
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

Brgy. Upper Bicutan Health Center


Central Bicutan Health Center
Sitio Imelda Health Center

Clinica Heyres
Brgy. Hall
Sitio Imelda Day Care Center

OTHERS
Religious Establishments (Churches/Chapels)
Sto. Nio Catholic Church
St. Joseph the Worker Chapel
Born Again Church
Apostolic Church
St. Joseph Chapel
Holy Spirit Temple
Battlefield Baptist Church
Iglesia ni Cristo
Eilohem Church
The Mormons Church
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Mini Parks
Institutional
Dept. of Science and Technology (DOST)
Markets/Talipapa
Benjamin Novicio Market
Prk. 6 Talipapa

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LIST OF NGO's
Deao Upper Bicutan neighborhood assn., Inc.
Buklod ng J. P. Rizal
Burguis
C. I. M.
Concerned Parent Council
Federation of Free Farmers
Hugpong Surigaonon inc.
Isiping bayan muna, Inc.
J. P. Rizal Homeowners Assn.
Kilusang Kabuhayan
Manalili Neighborhood Assn.
Pagkakaisa sa kaunlaran Neighborhood Assn.
Purok 1 Homeowners Assn.
Purok 2 UBWASA
Rd. Lot Residents Assn., Inc.
Samahang Pinagbuklod ng Upper Bicutan
SIWASA
Taguig St. neighborhood Assn.
TAYO
United Leyte/Samar Multi-Purpose Coop.
Youth Development Org. and Homeowners
Katuparan Assn., Inc.
Prk 1 Upper Bicutan Talipapa Vendors assn., Inc.
Blk. 55, 56 & 57 Electrification Project
Gen. Santos Vendors Assn., Inc.
Upper Bicutan Multi-Purpose Cooperative Inc.
Central Bicutan Youth Club

PROFILE

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Calzada-Tipas
HISTORY
What's in a name?
A road to Tagalog is "Calzada". When the road linking Tipas to Sta. Ana became populated, they named the
barrio CALZADA.

MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES


Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Palingon
Sta. Ana
Laguna de Bay
Tuktukan

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

1.77 sq. km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

12,400
:
5,908
:
32
2,725
7,006 person/sqkm

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Schools
Tipas Elementary School Annex

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers
BSF Outpost

Brgy. Calzada Health Center


Brgy. Hall
Calzada Day Care Center

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PROFILE

OTHERS
Religious Establishments San Antonio de Padua Chapel
Subdivisions/Urban Poor/CMP
SAMACA 2 HOAI
Golden Harvest Homeowners Assn.
Nabuhay Homeowners Assn.
Mahogany Forest Nghd. Assn., Inc.
Chris Marina Nghd. Assn., Inc.

LIST OF NGO's
Calzada Group of Leaders Inc.
Chris Marina Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Partnership in Community Homes Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay Prk. 6 Magsalin, Inc.

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Profile
Of

Brgy. Sta. Ana


HISTORY
MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Calzada
Wawa
Laguna Bay
Tuktukan & Bambang

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

22 hectares/ 0.22 sq. km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

15,763
:
7,477
:
44
3,464 families
71,650 person/sq.km.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Schools
Taguig Elementary School
-primary -public
Collegio de Sta. Ana
-secondary
Sta. Ana Day Care Center
-preparatory
-public
Pulong Kendi Day Care Center
-preparatory
Sta. Ana Learning Center
Southville Woodland School
Living Miracle Foundational Learning Center

-private

-public

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Private Clinic
Health Center
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

Micorisa Clinic
Sandoval Clinic
Brgy. Health Center
Brgy. Hall
Sta. Ana Day Care Center
Pulong Kendi Day Care Center

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PROFILE

OTHERS
Religious Establishments St. Anne Church
San Felipe Chapel
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery
Santos Private Cemetry
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Plaza Quezon
Basketball Court
Sta. Ana Covered Court
Subdivisions
Prudence Subdivisions
Market
Sta. Ana Talipapa

LIST OF NGO's
Samahang Nagkakaisang Damdamin at Organisadong Kabahayan, Inc.
Pulong Kendi Farmers Assn.
Tahimik Neighborhood Assn.
Bagong sikat neighborhood Assn.
Samasipat home owners assn.
Polintan Homeowners assn.
Sta. Ana Talipapa Market Assn.
Friends Club
Majestic club
Alagad ni San Felipe
Sto. Nio Bukluran
San Felipe Bukluran
Samahan ng Magpupugad
Pinag-isang Lakas ng mga Samahan
Samahamg Magkakapitbahay ng Masaya Street
Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Pulong Kendi
Island Club
Samahang Oras Na
Samahang apo ni Sta. Ana
Love Seeker's Club
Mare-Pare
Sang Pares
PULKENTODA
TSATODA
PLAZATODA
ATUSTODA
USTITODA

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy.

Wawa

HISTORY
Early Tagalog call the source of river upstream as "wawa". And so when settlement grew in the said areas
along the Taguig river, the inhabitants called their barrio as WAWA.

MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES


Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Bambang & Sta. Ana


Hagonoy & Laguna Bay
Sta. Ana & Laguna Bay
Bambang & Hagonoy

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

1.98 sq. km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

8,799
:
5,003
:
32
1,934 families
4,444 person/sq.km.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
Honorio San Gabriel (Baklad)

TOURISM / EDUCATION
Schools
Eusebio Santos Elementary School
Spring Bridge School

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

Brgy. Health Center


De Jesus Dental/Medical Clinic
Wawa Brgy. Hall
Wawa Day Care Center

OTHERS
Religious Establishments San Sebastian Chapel
Subdivisions
A. P. Cipriano Subdivision
Deepwell with Submersible Pump (not functioning)

LIST OF NGO's
Samahang Pinagbuklod ng Dulong Bayan

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Hagonoy
HISTORY
In older days,a particular kind of plant called "hagunoy" abound in an area south of Wawa. The place later
came to be known as HAGONOY.

MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES


Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Wawa and Bambang


Signal Village, Lower Bicutan & Laguna Bay
Laguna Bay & Wawa
Fort Bonifacio & Signal Village

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

1.62 sq. km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

20,168
:
:
4,190
12,449

9,247
52

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
TOURISM / EDUCATION
Schools
Fisher Valley School
Eusebio C. Santos Elementary School
Ciriaco P. Tiga Elementary School
Learning Center of San Miguel
Taguig Science High School
East Asia Computer Center

-public
-public
-public
-private

-private
-private

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

Brgy. Health Center


Brgy. Hall
Day Care Center

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

191

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

OTHERS
Religious Establishments
St. Michael Chapel
Iglesia ni Cristo
Mormons
Cemetery
Roman Catholic Cemetery
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Deepwell
Deepwell with submersible pump----not functioning
Basketball Court
Subdivisions/Village/CMP/Urban Poor
St. Michael Subdivision
Deva Village
Morning Sun Homes Subdivision
Bay Breeze Subdivision
Spring Lane Subdivisions
Rainbow Ridge Condominium
Dreamland Subdivisions

LIST OF NGO's
Alamat Multi-purpose Cooperative
Dream Team neighborhood Assn.
Genesis Cluster Mini Park Assn., Inc.
Genesis Integrated Livelihood Assn., Inc.
Hagonoy Taguig Credit Cooperative
Homeowners Association of Dreamland, Inc.
Samahang Pagkakaisa ng Fort Bonifacio, Inc.

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PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Bambang
HISTORY
What's in a name?
Early Taglogs call the banks of rivers as "bambang". And so when settlements grew in that area along the
Taguig river, the inhabitants called their barrio as BAMBANG.

MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES


Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Tuktukan & Ususan


Hagonoy
Sta. Ana & Wawa
Western Bicutan

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

0.92 sq. km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:

7,552
:
:
1,569
8,209

3,610
21

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES
Health Center
Medical Clinic
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers

OTHERS

Brgy. Health Center


Clininca Palma
Bambang Clinic
Brgy. Hall
Bambang Day Care Center

Religious Establishments San Juan de Sahagun Chapel


Iglesia ni Cristo Chapel
Subdivisions/CMP/Urban Poor
St. Peter Triangle
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Dulong Bayan, Inc.

LIST OF NGO's
Bukid Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Dulong Bayan Inc.
Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Iisang Layunin

193

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

194

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Signal Village


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Hagonoy & Lower Bicutan


Maharlika Village & Upper Bicutan
Hagonoy & Lower Bicutan
Western Bicutan & Upper Bicutan

LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES


Land Area =

1.10 sq. km.

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Population Density/hectare

:
:

:
114,824
:
49,581
:
272
23,852
104,385

SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
TOURISM / EDUCATION

Schools
EM's Signal Village Elementary School
Signal Village National High School
Sto. Nio Catholic School
Ric Kindergarten School
Battlefield Baptist Academy
Corinthian Learning Academy
Gabby's Christian Academy
Royal Era Academy
St. Andrew Academy

OTHERS

-public -primary
-public -secondary
-private -primary to secondary
-private -primary
-private-primary
-private-primary
-private-primary
-private-primary
-private-primary

Religious Establishments
Sto. Nio Parish Church
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
Nuestra Seora Gracia Chapel
Pentecostal Church
TUCCP Church
Bethel Temple Church
Iglesia ni Cristo Church 1
Iglesia ni Cristo Church 2
Subdivisions/ BP 220
BCDA Lot D Conga Area & Lakas-Ilaw
BCDA Lot B Gabihan Area
BCDA Lot C Maisan Area
BCDA Lot A HHSG

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

196

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


LIST OF NGO's
AFP/PNP Retires of Palacol Area Signal Village Assn., Inc.
Alliance Association
Alliance of GHQ Pag-asa & HHSG Village, Inc.
An Waray Residence Assn., Inc.
Bagong Pag-asa
Bantay Bayan Foundation Inc. (BBFI)
Bukluran ng Maralita sa Taguig para sa Kaunlaran, Inc.
C-5 Vendors Assn.
Creek Land Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Cuasay Vendors Assn.
Engr. Hills Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Federation
Feedar Tradelink Co., Ltd.
Friend Youth Club
Genesis Association
Green Pastures Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Himala Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Hiwa Intl. Export Corp. Workers Assn.
Kadamas Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Kapatiran para sa Patubig ng Saint Francis, Inc.
Katilingban Burawagon Res. Assn., Inc.
Kilusang Damayan ng Taguig, Incorporation
Kilusang Diwa ng Tanyag Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Kitahanun Association
KMBT
KPTFI
LABRAI Association
Ladies Club Chapter Zone 4
Ladies Club Chapter Zone 6
Lakas Ilaw Association
Light Armor Brigade Res. Assn., Inc.
LKHOA - LDI
Old River Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
P. A. Res. Association
Pag-asa Residence Assn., Inc.
Palacol Area Residents Assn., ( PAREA Inc. )
Palican Agro Products Workers Association
Political Leader Association
PSUNAI Alliance
Reform Youth Movement of Signal Village
Samahan ng Waray sa Taguig - Signal Chapter
Samahang Maralita ng P-14 Signal
Santol Res. Association, Inc.
Signal Vill Ladies Club - GHQ Chapter
Sprinxnville Association
SSBDE Assn. At Dreamland, Inc.
STICRAI Association
Sto. Nio Community Res. Assn., Inc.
STV B Stall Owners Assn., Inc.
Triskelion Youth Movement
Villa Light Neighborhood Assn., Inc.
Visaya Association
YLNAI Pag-asa
Youth Pag-asa Organization
Zone 5 Leader Association, Inc.

PROFILE

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Tuktukan
HISTORY
Early Tagalog call the place where people wash clothes as "tuktukan" And so when settlements grew in the
said areas along the Taguig River, the inhabitants called their barrio as TUKTUKAN.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Calzada & Ususan


Bambang & Ususan
Sta. Ana
Ususan

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area =
Water Bodies

NATURAL RESOURCES

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

:
:
:

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS
Manufacturer/Batching Plant/Warehouse
Junkshop
Bakery
Carinderia/Eatery
Computer Shop/Video Games
Gift shop/Gen. Merchandising
Hardware
Drugstore/Pharmacy
Distilled Water Dealer
Beauty parlor/Barbershop
Sari-sari Store
Market/Talipapa
Banks

# of ESTABLISHMENTS

TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa Memorial High school
Academia de San Bartolome

-public -secondary
-private -primary to secondary

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Hospital-Private
Cruz-Rabe Gen. Hospital
Medical Clinic
Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
Dental Clinic
City Hall
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers
Fire Station
Police Station
BSF Outpost

Lying-in Clinic & Rehydration Center


Family Planning Clinic
Bagong Lipunan Health Center

Taguig City Hall


Brgy. Hall
Day Care Center
Taguig Fire Station
Taguig Police Station

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

OTHERS

LIST OF NGO's

Religious Establishments
Roman Catholic Chapel
Cemetery
Roman Catholic Cemetery
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Deepwell
Deepwell with Submersible Pump--- no longer functioning
Basketball Court
Subdivisions
B. E. Subdivision
T & D Village
Vista de Lago (& Condominiums)

LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


Business Establishments
Ace Hollow Blocks
Country Rural Bank

INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
PEACE & ORDER / CRIME SITUATION
INFRASTRUCTURE & UTILITIES
HOUSING
TRANSPORTATION
WATERWORKS / SEWAGE FACILITIES
POWER / ENERGY / COMMUNICATION
Communication Facilities:

DRAINAGE SYSTEM / FLOOD CONTROL


WASTE DISPOSAL / MANAGEMENT
POLLUTION / HEALTH HAZARDS

Profile

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Of

Brgy. Ususan
HISTORY
Early Tagalog called the area where the river drain or slide as "ususan". And so when settlements grew in the
said areas along the Taguig River, the inhabitants called their barrio as USUSAN.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Pateros
Tuktukan & Bambang
Calzada & Ligid-Tipas
Fort Bonifacio

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area =
Water Bodies

NATURAL RESOURCES

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:
:
:
:

:
:
:
:

202

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

203

TAGUIG CITY COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE & ZONING PLAN

PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS
Manufacturer/Batching Plant/Warehouse
Junkshop
Bakery
Carinderia/Eatery
Computer Shop/Video Games
Gift shop/Gen. Merchandising
Hardware
Drugstore/Pharmacy
Distilled Water Dealer
Beauty parlor/Barbershop
Sari-sari Store
Market/Talipapa
Banks

# of ESTABLISHMENTS

TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Fairyland Kindergarten & Grade School
St. Ignatius of Loyola High school
Gen. Ricardo G. Papa Memorial High School
Ususan Elementary School
Dr. a. Natividad Elementary School

-private
-private
-public
-public
-public

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Brgy. Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed 1,213
1st Degree Malnourish
13 (1st & 2nd degree)
nd
2 Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
2
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Brgy. Hall
Day Care Centers
Day Care Center

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

BSF Outpost

PROFILE
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center
Day Care Center

OTHERS

Religious Establishments
Roman Catholic Chapel
Kingdom Hall Jehovas Witness
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Basketball Court
Tennis Court
Deepwell
Deepwell with submersible pump-----not functioning
Subdivisions
Tomas Estate Subdivision Phase I & II

LIST OF NGO's
People's Economic Council of Taguig, Inc.
Bahay Bagong Buhay Drug Rehabilitation Foundation, Inc.

LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


Business Establishments
Daniel Castillo (Retailer)

INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
PEACE & ORDER / CRIME SITUATION
INFRASTRUCTURE & UTILITIES
HOUSING
TRANSPORTATION
WATERWORKS / SEWAGE FACILITIES
POWER / ENERGY / COMMUNICATION
Communication Facilities:

DRAINAGE SYSTEM / FLOOD CONTROL


WASTE DISPOSAL / MANAGEMENT
POLLUTION / HEALTH HAZARDS

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

Profile
Of

Brgy. Maharlika Village


HISTORY
A portion of Upper Bicutan was declared segregated by the President and named as MAHARLIKA VILLAGE
which was made a settlement of the Muslim community in Metro Manila.

GEOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


MAPPING, LOCATION and BOUNDARIES
Location
Boundaries
North:
South:
East:
West:

Signal Village & Upper Bicutan


Upper Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Upper Bicutan

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS / ZONING


LAND AREAS / WATER BODIES
Land Area =
Water Bodies

NATURAL RESOURCES

POPULATION DYNAMICS / HOUSEHOLD SIZE


Population
Male
Female
Senior Citizen
Children(18 & below)
No. of Registered Voters
No. of Polling Precincts
No. of Household/Families
Average size of family
Population Growth Rate
Population Density/hectare

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

:
:

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

207

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

INCOME DISTRIBUTION / CLASSIFICATION


EMPLOYMENT / LABOR FORCE
GROWTH & TRENDS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURAL
MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCE / TRADE
NATURE OF BUSINESS
Manufacturer/Batching Plant/Warehouse
Junkshop
Bakery
Carinderia/Eatery
Computer Shop/Video Games
Gift shop/Gen. Merchandising
Hardware
Drugstore/Pharmacy
Distilled Water Dealer
Beauty parlor/Barbershop
Sari-sari Store
Market/Talipapa
Banks

# of ESTABLISHMENTS

TOURISM / EDUCATION
Education
Madrasah Elementary School

-private

HEALTH / NUTRITION / SOCIAL SERVICES


Health Center
Brgy. Maharlika Health Center
Nutritional Status:
# of Pre-Schoolers Weighed
1st Degree Malnourish
2nd Degree Malnourish
3rd Degree Malnourish
Dental Clinic
Barangay Hall
Day Care Centers
BSF Outpost

OTHERS

Religious Establishments
Muslim Mosque
Cemetery
Muslim Cemetery
Parks & Recreational Facilities
Basketball Court
Swimming Pool
Subdivisions
Housing Project

Brgy. Hall

208

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC


LIST OF NGO's
Maharlika Village Islamic Foundation, Inc.
Taguig Federation of tricycle Organization, Inc.

LISTING / PROFILE OF ESTABLISHMENTS


Business Establishments

INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
PEACE & ORDER / CRIME SITUATION
INFRASTRUCTURE & UTILITIES
HOUSING
TRANSPORTATION
WATERWORKS / SEWAGE FACILITIES
POWER / ENERGY / COMMUNICATION
Communication Facilities:

DRAINAGE SYSTEM / FLOOD CONTROL


WASTE DISPOSAL / MANAGEMENT
POLLUTION / HEALTH HAZARDS

PROFILE

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

PROFILE

more
lists
BATCHING PLANTS
(AS OF JUNE 2006)

NAME/CORPORATION/OWNER

LOCATION

REMARKS/STATUS

DAROMAR

Mabato Rd., Ibayo-Tipas

PHILROCK, Inc.

Daang-paa Extn., Ibayo-Tipas

Existing/
shut down
existing/Granted

LEY GOODMIX Concrete Corp.

1688 Elisco Rd., Ibayo-Tipas

Existing/granted

CAVDEAL Intl Const. & Devt. Corp.


(Lamberto Lee, Jr.)
QUALITY PRE-CAST & CONCRETE Inc.

Mabato Rd., Ibayo Tipas

Existing

Katwiran Rd., Ibayo-Tipas

Proposed/on-going

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

9
10

(Rudy T. Chua)
PIONEER READY MIX CEMENT & Devt.
Corp. (Henson Lee)
FILMIX Corporation
(Robert Que)
Makati Devt. Corp.
(Ayala Land Inc.)
UNICON PHINMA HIMB, Concrete Corp.
CONCRETE MASTERs Inc.

11

LILAI Const. & Devt. Corp.

12

OMNICO Consortium, Inc.

6
7
8

PROFILE

Mabato Creek, Napindan

construction
Proposed

Bagong Calzada, Ususan

Existing

Fort Bonifacio, Global City

Existing

Fort Bonifacio, Global City


AFP-RSBS Indl.., Km. 12, East
Service Rd., Western Bicutan
Veterans Center, Western Bicutan
Sta. Maria Industrial Park, Maalac
Estate, Bagumbayan

Existing
Existing
Existing

13
14
15
City Devt. Planning Office files/record.

Gissel053006

CONDOMINIUMS
(AS OF JUNE 2006)

#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

NAME
Lake View Manor
Vista De Lago
Rainbow Ridge
Bonifacio Heights
Pacific Plaza Towers
Regent Parkway
Essensa
One McKinley
Serendra
Fairways Tower
Bonifacio Ridge
5th Avenue Place
South of Market
McKinley Park Residences
The ICON

LOCATION
Bagong Calzada, Ususan
Bagong Calzada, Tuktukan
Hagonoy
Lawton Ave., Fort Bonifacio
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City
Global City

REMARKS/
STATUS

Existing
Existing
Existing w/ on-going expansion
Existing
Existing
Existing
Existing
On-going construction
On-going construction
Proposed/on-going
Existing
Proposed/on-going
On-going costruction
Proposed
Proposed

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PROFILE

16 Rosewood Pointe
Taguig Diversion Rd.,C-5, Ususan
17 Amber Place
AFPOVAI, Fort Bonifacio
18 CYPRESS
C-5, Ususan
19
20
21
22
23
24
City Devt. Planning Office files/record.

Proposed
Proposed
Proposed

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DAY CARE CENTERS


Masterlist
( S. Y. June 2004 March 2005 )
BARANGAY

NAME of D.C.C.

ADDRESS
M

Ususan

Bagong Tanyag

Upper Bicutan

Ususan DCC

2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Maysapang DCC
Ibayo Ususan DCC
South Daang Hari I
Genesis-SCRLA DCC
Thessalonian DCC
Galilee DCC
South Daang Hari II
South Victoria Vill DCC
Coco Vale DCC
St. Louise DCC
Purok 6 DCC
Little Gems DCC
Bagong Tanyag DCC
Dimenson DCC
St. Jude DCC
Holy Gospel DCC
Corporal of Mercy DCC
Heritage DCC
MRT DCC
Sitio Silangan DCC
P4 Balikatan DCC

#78 Gen. Luna St.,


Tomasa Subd., Covered Court, Ususan
C-4 Rd., Diego Silang, Ususan
N. P. Cruz, Ususan
South Daang Hari
P 6-A , Bagong Tanyag
North Daang Hari
P-6-C South Daang Hari
P 11 South Daang Hari
P 10 Ext. South Victoria Ville
Coco Vale P-11 Ext. South Daang Hari
P-6 South Daang Hari
P-6 Bagong Tanyag
P-1 Bagong Tanyag
P-2 Proper Tanyag
Bagong Tanyag
P-6 B-14 L-21 Upper Bicutan
P-4 Upper Bicutan
P-5 Upper Bicutan
P-2 Upper Bicutan
B-16 L-15 P-3 Upper Bicutan
B-143 L-5 Sitio Imelda
P-4 Sitio Central Upper Bicutan

# of STUDENTS
F
T
98

80

178

29
64
67
48
60
49
51
22
26
19
20
60
30
35
46
28
35
14
60

26
56
58
44
47
45
45
28
23
17
18
56
24
32
45
30
40
16
40

55
120
125
92
107
94
96
50
49
36
38
116
54
67
91
58
75
30
100

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PHYSICAL & SOCIO-ECONOMIC

Signal Village

Western
Bicutan

Lower Bicutan

Maharlika Vill
Bambang
Calzada
Wawa

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
2
1
2
3
1

Sitio Saguingan DCC II


A. Bonifacio DCC
Sitio Imelda DCC
St. Joseph DCC
A. Mabini DCC
Nuestra Seora de Salvacion
Raja Sumakwel II DCC
Purok 7 DCC
St. Bernadette DCC
Orchids DCC
Balikatan 2 DCC
Creekland DCC
Bethlehem DCC
Pag-asa
Nazareth DCC
GHQ DCC
Aguho DCC
Signal Village II
Dreamland DCC
Signal Village I
Our Lady of Lourdes DCC
Pinagsama I DCC
Palar DCC
Bayabas DCC
Kabalikat DCC
Sitio Una DCC
Gethsemane DCC
TUPREAI DCC
Glorious DCC
PNR DCC
Pinaglabanan DCC
Katipunan DCC
Nabua DCC
G-2 DCC
Lupang Katuparan
HHSG DCC
Panam
Pagkakaisa I DCC
DVillage DCC
ISG DCC
Sto. Nio de Bonifacio DCC
Consular DCC
Sitio Saguingan DCC
BCDA Centenial DCC
Kaunlaran DCC
Pinagsama DCC
E. P. Village DCC
Sunflower DCC
Sitio Central DCC
Damayan DCC
Pagkakaisa DCC
Mauling DCC
Lower Bicutan DCC
Lower Bicutan II DCC
Bayside DCC
Purok 1 DCC
Lower Bicutan I DCC
Samabana K-9
Maharlika DCC
Bambang DCC
San Juan de Sahagun DCC
Calzada DCC
San Antonio de Padua
SAMACA II DCC
Wawa DCC

PROFILE

Sitio Saguingan, Upper Bicutan


Purok I Upper Bicutan
B-128 L-31 P-6
B-63 L-50 P-5
B-9 L-14 P-3
Purok 6, Upper Bicutan
P-4, Upper Bicutan
Ipil St. Z-1 Signal Village
Famela St., Signal Village
Signal Village
Navy Road Z-4 Signal Village
Signal Village
#233 7th St., GHQ
Durian St., Pag-asa, Signal Village
#84 R. Quirino St., Signal Village
B-17 Z-1 GHQ Signal Village
Acacia St., Engr. Hills Z-1-B
Durian St., Z-7, Signal Village
Dream Land Signal Village
Plaza 2-3, Signal Village
Legaspi St., P-2, Z-1
Phase I Pinagsama Village
Block 10 Western Bicutan
Bayabas Street
Masagana Village Western Bicutan
Sitio Una Z-7
PNR FTI Western Bicutan
TUP Compound
Pinagsama II Western Bicutan
PNR-FTI, Western Bicutan
Sitio Pinaglabanan Z-7
Katipunan Village Z-6
Western Bicutan
G-2 Western Bicutan
Lupang Katuparan Western Bicutan
HHSG wester Bicutan
Panam Compound, Western Bicutan
Pagkakaisa Compound Western Bicutan
DVillage Compound
ISG Chapel western Bicutan
Sitio 3 Zone 7 Western Bicutan
Consular, Western Bicutan
B-79 L-1 P-6 Western Bicutan
BCDA C-5 Western Bicutan
Kaunlaran, Fort Bonifacio
Pinagsama Village
Natl High School Compd., Western Bicutan
Phase II Pinagsama Village
L-4 B-145 Central Village
Damayan, Western Bicutan
P-6 Lower Bicutan
Mauling Creek, camp Bagong Diwa
#3-A Reyes St. Purok 3 Lower Bicutan
Purok 5, Lower Bicutan
Lower Bicutan
Ranger St., Lower Bicutan
Lower Bicutan Radio Station
Mauling Creek, Lower Bicutan
Zamboanga, Maharlika Village
Brgy. Hall
Mastrili St., Bambang
Calzada Brgy. Hall
Ibayo-Calzada Tipas
Virata St., Calzada Tipas
Wawa Old Brgy. Hall

24
28
20
17
16
38
21
48
20
36
31
25
45
68
30
36
45
33
41
30
46
52
73
38
38
31
85
29
43
34
39
42
42
18
24
17
18
17
29
37
93
19
20
58
33
52
65
19
23
30
39
35
97
55
45
89
22
35
32
35
62
46
20
56

30
30
15
18
17
37
19
42
32
44
36
17
36
65
25
44
40
33
43
48
52
67
61
35
27
39
66
34
41
36
36
47
34
17
23
18
20
23
31
32
81
16
17
62
37
50
60
16
25
26
33
43
83
47
39
86
20
32
34
27
58
45
22
60

54
58
35
35
33
75
40
90
52
80
67
42
81
133
55
80
85
66
84
78
98
119
134
73
65
70
151
63
84
70
75
89
76
35
47
35
38
40
60
39
171
35
37
120
70
102
125
35
48
56
72
78
180
102
84
175
42
67
66
62
120
91
42
116

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Tuktukan
Ibayo Tipas
Ligid Tipas
Sta. Ana
Hagunoy
Palingon
Napindan
Bagumbayan

Total

1
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
102

Tuktukan
Ibayo Tipas 1 DCC
Ibayo Tipas II DCC
Little Angel DCC
Ligid DCC
Holy Child DCC
Sta. Ana DCC
Pulong Kendi DCC
Hagunoy DCC
Tambak DCC II
Palingon
Napindan DCC
Marcelo I DCC
Marcelo II DCC
Joseph Sitt DCC

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Tuktukan Brgy. Hall


Ibayo Tipas Brgy. Hall
DCClamp St., Ibayo Tipas
Daang Manunuso Ibayo Tipas Outpost
SAMAMA Compd., Ligid Tipas
Dreamville Subd., Ligid
Sta. Ana Brgy. Hall
Samasipat, Sta. Ana
Hagunoy Multi-Purpose Hall
Tambak Brgy. Outpost
Palingon Tipas, Brgy. Hall
Napindan Brgy. Hall
Marcelo Phase I, Bagumbayan
Butas Marcelo II
Rd. 8 Joseph Sitt

45
58
18
35
43
24
65
32
47
57
58
48
13
26
36

41
42
17
30
38
21
59
34
54
60
54
42
27
22
33

86
100
35
65
81
45
124
66
101
117
112
90
40
48
69

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summary
TAGUIG CITY
PROFILE
GEOGRAPHY
LOCATION, SIZE AND SHAPE
Taguig, a first class city is at the northwestern shore of Laguna de Bay at the uppermouth of the Legendary
Pasig river, also known as the Napindan Channel through which Laguna Lake drains its flood water.
It is bounded on the North by Pateros and Pasig; on the East by the Taytay of the province of Rizal and the
Laguna Lake; on the South by the Laguna Lake and Muntinlupa; and on the West by Paraaque, Makati and Pasay
City.

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS
It consists of 4,538 hectares (45.382 sq. km.) as per the approved Cadstral Survey Mcdam 590 D by the
Bureau of Lands, National Capital Region. Except for the hilly portion on the western and southern ends. Taguig is a
vast agricultural plain about seven and a half (7 1/2) kilometers shoreline along the Laguna Lake.
The City is divided into eighteen (18) barangays with corresponding area in Hectares:
1.) Bagumbayan
362 has.
2.) Bagong Tanyag
217 has.
3.) Upper Bicutan
144 has.
4.) Lower Bicutan
235 has.
5.) Maharlika Village
51 has.
6.) Western Bicutan
355 has.
7.) Signal Village
110 has.
8.) Hagonoy
162 has.
9.) Wawa
198 has.
10.) Bambang
92 has.
11.) Ususan
145 has.
12.) Tuktukan
31 has.
13.) Sta. Ana
22 has.
14.) Calzada
177 has.
15.) Palingon
117 has.
16.) Ligid-Tipas
68 has.
17.) Ibayo-Tipas
156 has.
18.) Napindan
270 has.
The remaining balance of 1626.2 hectares are within Ft. A. Bonifacio Military Reservation. In this recovery of
lost territory, Taguig has still to settle disputes with the City of Pasig regarding the Kalawaan area, with the Municipality

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of Taytay regarding Lupang Suerte, and with the City of Muntinlupa regarding portions of Posadas Estate which
belongs to Taguig City.

TOPOGRAPHY
The topography of the land is about 65 % level, the rest rolling or hilly. Being an inland town, it is accessible
by land transportation from the other towns of Metropolitan Manila and through water transport routes from towns
bordering the Laguna Lake. It is fifteen (15) kilometers east of the City of Manila.

HYDROGRAPHY
It has two (2) major rivers that feed the Laguna Lake, namely:
1.) Taguig River &
2.) Napindan Channel connected to & portion of Pasig River itself.
Five (5) minor rivers with tributaries:
1.) Bagumbayan River
2.) Mauling Creek/Tabacuhan Creek
3.) Hagonoy River
4.) Tipas River/ Labasan River
5.) Sta. Ana River
Tributaries are as follows:
1.) Daang Paa Creek
2.) Bambang na Malaki
3.) Sukol Creek
4.) Mabato Creek
5.) Katuwiran Creek
6.) Daang Kalabaw Creek
7.) Labasan River
8.) Panday Creek
9.) Sapa ni Beho
10.) Palingon Creek
11.) Bambang na Putol
12.) Tipas River
13.) Napindan River
14.) Pagadling Creek
15.) Ruhale Creek
16.) Sta. Ana River
17.) Bambang ni Chapa
18.) Taguig River
19.) Lumang Ilog Creek
20.) Ilog Clemencia
21.) Daang Banca Creek
22.) Daang Kalabaw Creek
23.) Sapang Ususan
24.) Sapang Malaki
25.) Hagonoy River
26.) Maricaban Creek
27.) Mauling Creek/ Tabcuhan Creek
28.) Bambang ni Peles
29.) Daang Kalabaw Creek
30.) Bagumbayan River

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CLIMATE AND WEATHER


The climate is characterized by two types of season:
1.) Dry season from November to April
2.) Wet season from May to October
Rainfall is less evenly distributed. Maximum rainfall is 2,000 millimeters with a peak of 400 mm. In August
and a low of 4 mm. In March. Highest temperature usually occurs during the month of January. Predominant wind
direction is southwesterly from October to April, northeasterly from June to September and predominantly northerly
during the month of May. The average relative humidity is 81 %.

SOIL
Taguig has four types of soil namely:
1.) The Bay Clay Loam -brown to dark brown in color, fine granular and pliable when dry but sticky when wet, which
is found in Ibayo-Tipas and Napindan.
2.) The Guadalupe Clay -nearly black, coarse granular to coddy when dry and very finely stick when wet, which is
found in bambang, Bicutan, Hagonoy, Ususan and Wawa.
3.) Marikina Clay Loam -brown almost cognant but pliable, which is found in Calzada, Sta. Ana and Tuktukan.
4.) Quingua Fine Sandy Loam -which is found in Bagumbayan and Bagong Tanyag.

1. Bagong Tanyag
2. Bagumbayan
3. Bambang
4. Calzada
5. Hagonoy
6. Ibayo-Tipas
7. Ligid-Tipas
8. Lower Bicutan
9. Maharlika Village
10. Napindan
11. Palingon
12. Sta. Ana
13. Signal Village
14. Tuktukan
15. Upper Bicutan
16. Ususan

39,310
8,640
2.17
33,158
7,287
3.62
6,500
1,429
0.92
12,400
2,725
1.77
20,633
4,535
1.62
16,637
3,657
1.56
7,858
1,727
0.68
77,466
17,025
2.35
15,756
3,463
0.51
11,949
2,626
2.70
8,773
1,928
1.17
15,763
3,464
0.22
101,425
22,291
1.10
8,736
1,920
0.31
59,882
13,161
1.44
16,999
3,736
1.45
8,799
1,934
1.98
17. Wawa
Western Bicutan
110,703
24,330
19.91
TOTAL
572,747
125,878
45,382
Figures computed by Planning Office based on NSO Census 2000 using 4.15 % growth rate..
Taguig 2000 CENSUS OF Population & Housing of the NSO

POPULATION & SETTLEMENTS


DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
Population

467,375

Household Population
Male

464,555
231,106

POPULATION
DENSITY
(PERSON/SQ. KM.)

ESTIMATED AREA
(SQ.KM.)

BARANGAY

# OF HOUSEHOLD

POPULATION

POPULATION, HOUSEHOLD POPULATION,POPULATION DENSITY by BARANGAY


PROJECTED 2005

18,115
9,160
7,065
7,006
12,736
10,665
11,556
32,964
30,894
4,426
7,498
71,650
92,205
28,181
41,585
11,723
4,444
5,560
12,621

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Female
233,449
Sex Ratio
98.996%
Increase in Population over 1995
381,350
Population Growth Rate
4.15%
Population Density
10,299 persons/sq.km.
Household Size
4.55 person/household
Population below 15 yrs. old
117,782
15-64 yrs. old (productive age)
341,072
65 yrs. old & over
8,521
0-17 yrs. old
188,163
18 &
over
279,212
Dependency Ratio
37.03%
Young-age dependency ratio (0-14yrs. old)
34.53%
Old-age dependency ratio (65 yrs. old & over) 2.50%
Married Persons
202,443
43.31%
Male
90,386
Female
104,057
In-Migrants population
44,332
9.54%
Dominant Dialect Spoken
(Total Households)
102,723 households
Tagalog
94,184
91.69%
Ilocano
1,179
1.15%
Bicol
936
0.91%
Cebuano
884
0.86%
Religion
(Households Population)
464,555
Roman Catholic
404,280
87.03%
Islam
13,870
2.99%
Iglesia ni Cristo
12,937
2.78%
Evangelicals
9,383
2.02%
Differently Able (Disabled-persons)
3,505
0.75%
Male
1,665
Female
1,840
Type of Disability
Low Vision
1,453
Mentally Ill
439
Loss of one or both arms/hands
232
Mantally retarded
229
Quadriplegic
164
Literacy Rate
98.11%
Total literate
340,244
Total Illiterate
6,547
Better educated
260,576
65.07%
No Grade completed
9,812
2.45%

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
PRE-SPANISH TIMES
Before the coming of the Spaniards, people from Asia migrated to the Philippines thousand years ago. These
migrants who settled in the area of Rizal were called the Porcelain, Age Folks. It was believed that there were already
Chinese settlements in Taguig. This belief is bolstered by the archeological diggings of various artifacts like: glasses,
cups, plates and other utensils bearing Chinese characters that all originated from China way back the early Ming
Dynasty. Prior to the coming of the Spaniards, Taguig was part of the Kingdom of Tondo ruled by Raja Soliman. A
thriving community was already existing long before the Spanish colonizers came.

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SPANISH-ERA
At the early stage of Spanish colonization, Taguig was given as an "encomienda" to one Captain Vergara. In
the same period the Augustinian order provided religious instruction. In 1587, Taguig was established as separate
"Pueblo" (town) of the Province of Manila about 402 years ago, according to Father Gaspar San Agustin. The town
then had nine (9) barrios: Bagumbayan, Hagonoy, Wawa, Bambang, Tuktukan, Ususan, Sta. Ana, Palingon and Tipas.
The population at that time was 3,200 and they paid one-half of the prescribed tributes. During the year
1587-1588 the chief Captain of Taguig was Juan Basi. He fought against the Spaniards and gave his life along with
agustin de Legaspi, a nephew of Lakandula.
The town produced much rice and little sugar cane. Besides farming, the men lived by fishing. The women
wove cotton cloth and "sawali" from bamboo strips.
During the revolt against Spain, historians told of frequent visit by Andres Bonifacio, the founder of
Katipunan, many followers from taguig joined the uprising.

AMERICAN REGIME
Sovereignty over the Philippines was transferred from Spain to the United States after the Spanish-American
war under provisions of the Treaty of Paris. Again, Filpinos fought against the American forces and "revolutionarios" of
Taguig join the command of Gen. Pio del Pilar. It was recorded thet on Feb. 06, 1989, the Filpino forces dislodged
American positions in the hills of Taguig, now portion of Pateros and Fort Bonifacio. The Americans, by sheer
superiority in armaments and training repulsed the "revolutionarios". Taguig finally fell to a contingent of the First
Washington Volunteer Infantry led by Col. Wholley. Seventy five (75) Taguig "revolutionarios" died in the battlefield.
At the start of the American regime, Taguig was joined with Pateros and Muntinlupa on October 12, 1903,
with the seat of government in Pateros.
About some month later, Muntinlupa was segragated from Taguig and made part of Bian, Laguna by virtue
of Act 1008, dated November 25, 1903.
However, Muntinlupa was returned as part of Taguig again on March 22, 1905 by virtue of Act 1308 of the
Phil. Commission, with seat of government in Taguig.
Eventually Pateros was separated from Taguig and both became independent municipalities of Rizal
province on January 01, 1918.
COMMONWEALTH PERIOD
The United States granted the Philippines a ten (10) year transition period from 1936-1945 which is known
as the Commonwealth government prior to declaration of independence. During this period two (2) alcaldes municipal
served the town. They were Dr. Artemio Natividad and Leocadio de Leon, the latter was appointed by the Provincial
Board upon the resignation of the former.
JAPANESE INTERLUDE
On January 1, 1942, Manila was declared an Open City as the U. S. Phil. Forces retreated to Bataan and
Corregidor and during this time, Japanese forces occupied Taguig in the evening of January 04,1942 and established
their garrisons.
The patriotic people of Taguig refused to serve the Japanes forces. Many joined the underground
movements from 1942-1945 such as the Hunters-ROTC guerillas and the markings' Fil-American Irregular Troops.
LIBERATION
Taguig was liberated on Feb. 03, 1945 by the joint forces of the 13 th Airborne Batallion of the U.S. Army and
the Hunters ROTC guerillas.
Political normally was achieved with the liberation of Manila and neighboring towns by end of 1945 and after
which civil government was restored.
When civil government was restored following are the mayors of Taguig in the order of their terms of office:
Feliciano Pagkalinawan
-1901-1904
Felipe Rayos del Sol
-1904-1910

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Graciano Juta
Jose Pagtakhan
Eusebio Santos
Cleto Mastrili
Artemio Natividad
Nicanor Cruz
Bonifacio Realon
Monico Tanyag
Levi Mariano
Rodolfo de Guzman
Ricardo D. Papa, Jr.
Isidro B. Garcia
Ricardo D. Papa, Jr.
Sigfrido R. Tiga

PROFILE

-1912-1916
-1916-1925
-1925-1933
-1933-1934
-1934-1942
-1948-1951
-1952-1955
-1956-1976
-1976-1986
-1988-1992
-1992-1995
-1995-1997 (August)
- Sept. 1997 - 2001
-2001-present

MARTIAL LAW - NEW SOCIETY


On November 07,1975, Metropolitan Manila, by virtue of P.D. 824 was created consisting of four (4) cities
and thirteen (13) municipalities under the administration of the Metropolitan Manila Commission (MMC). The
Municipalities of Taguig was segregated from Rizal province and made part of Metro Manila.

PRE-EDSA REVOLUTION DAYS


After the 1986 Presidential snap election in the EDSA Revolution through People's Power, the new
government under President Corazon aquino designated Isidro B. Garcia on March 18, 1986 as OIC of the town.
Former Mayor Levi Mariano relinguished his post on March 31, 1986. On July 18, 1988, Mayor Donato Estacio was
designated as Acting Vice-Mayor replacing Nicanor Garcia. On January 18, 1988, Mayor Rodolfo de Guzman was
elected mayor.
PRESENT ADMINISTRATION
On May 11, 2004 was held the National and Local election, wherin Mayor Sigfrido R. Tiga won the election
The new set of local officials are as follows:

ELECTED OFFICIALS of TAGUIG CITY


Taguig 2004

Congressman
Mayor
Vice-Mayor

Councilors

:
Allan Peter Cayetano
:
Sigfrido R. Tiga
Atty. George A. Elias

District I
Arnel M. Cerafica
Allan Paul C. Cruz
Elpidio M. Javier
Glen N. San Pedro
Delio J. Santos
Baltazar T. Mariategue
District II

Barangay Captains
:
Bagong Tanyag

Henry M. Dueas, Jr.


Ricardo J. Roldan
Aurelio Paulo R. Bartolome
Arvin Ian V. Alit
Marisse B. Eron
Noel R. Dizon
Erhard A. Fontanilla

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Bagumbayan
Bambang
Calzada
Hagunoy
Ibayo-Tipas
Ligid-Tipas
Lower Bicutan
Maharlika Village
Napindan
Palingon
Sta. Ana
Signal Village
Tuktukan
Upper Bicutan
Ususan
Wawa
Western Bicutan

Francisco A. Javier, Jr.


Floro C. Hernandez
Rommel B. Tanyag
Rolando C. Olazo
Reynaldo G. Flores
Lamberto M. Maosca
Benjamin P. Cruz
Norma G. Pangandaman
Mario M. Esguerra
Allan M. Cerafica
Conrado C. Aquino
Atty. Henry I. Dueas
Eduardo T. Cruz
Delia V. Alit
Sonny C. Marcelino
Sonny V. Garcia
Marilyn V. Padlan

PROFILE

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