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PANGASINAN 1
PANGASINAN
HISTORY
Pangasinan was among the earliest political and administrative units in the
Philippines. It was officially conquered and colonized by D. Martin de Goiti in 1571. On
April 5, 1572, Pangasinan was made an encomienda by the Spanish royal crown to receive
instructions on the Catholic faith, which means that Pangasinan was organized under one
leadership and has identity before the Spanish royal court. Eight years later, in 1580,
Pangasinan was organized into a political unit under an alkalde mayor who at that time has
authority as head of the province or provincial government with judicial function indicating
that Pangasinan has become a province. To commemorate the day when Pangasinan became
an encomienda and the year it became a province, Pangasinan celebrates April 5, 1580 as the
official founding day of the Province of Pangasinan. At that time, its territorial jurisdiction
included the Province of Zambales and parts of La Union and Tarlac. By the middle of the
19th century however, the northern towns of Agoo to Bacnotan were separated from the
province and became parts of La Union. The provincial territory was further diminished in
1875 with the annexation of Paniqui and other towns south of it to Tarlac.
Pangasinan, derived its name from the word “panag asinan” , which means
“where salt is made”, owing to the rich and fine salt beds which were the prior source of
livelihood of the province’s coastal towns.
GEOGRAPHY
Pangasinan territory covers a land area of 536,818 hectares which constitutes
almost one-half (41.8 %) of the total land area of the region and 1.8 % of the total Philippine
area. It is bounded in the north by Lingayen Gulf, La Union and Benguet, in the north-east,
by Nueva Vizcaya, in the east, by Nueva Ecija and Tarlac in the south and Zambales and
China Sea in the west.
GETTING HERE
TRAVEL TIME:
From Manila : 4-5 hours
From Clark, Pampanga : 3 hours
From Baguio City : 2 1/2 hours
From Laoag City : 5-6 hours
From Subic, Olongapo : 3 1/2-4 hours
ENTRY POINTS:
From Manila : via Rosales, via Bayambang or via Mangatarem
From Zambales : via Infanta
From Nueva Ecija : via Umingan or via Rosales
From Baguio City : via Sison or via San Fabian
NATIONAL TRANSPORT CARRIERS:
Victory Liner, Five Star, Fermina Express, Dagupan Bus, De Leon Express and
Santrans, Fariñas, Genesis, Partas, Viron
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LAND AREA AND NUMBER OF BARANGAY
DISTRIBUTION BY DISTRICT BY MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
DISTRICT I
Land Area
(sq.km)
Number of
Barangays
MUNICIPALITY
Land Area Number of
(sq.km)
Barangays
1,856.99
211
DISTRICT II
911.62
231
Agno
Alaminos City
Anda
Bani
Bolinao
Burgos
Dasol
Infanta
Mabini
Sual
181.07
161.57
83.80
209.11
266.05
140.25
188.16
194.54
230.63
201.81
17
39
18
27
30
14
18
13
16
19
Aguilar
Basista
Binmaley
Bugallon
Labrador
Lingayen
Mangatarem
Urbiztondo
141.13
15.60
50.28
166.52
112.33
47.32
323.79
54.65
16
13
33
24
10
32
82
21
DISTRICT III
618.50
304
DISTRICT IV
265.16
140
Bayambang
Calasiao
Malasiqui
Mapandan
San Carlos City
Santa Barbara
183.05
42.42
123.78
19.44
78.67
171.14
77
24
73
15
86
29
Dagupan City
Manaoag
Mangaldan
San Fabian
San Jacinto
43.64
67.69
40.98
81.29
31.56
31
26
30
34
19
DISTRICT V
556.57
212
DISTRICT VI
1,159.34
266
Alcala
Bautista
Binalonan
Laoac
Pozorrubio
Santo Tomas
Sison
Urdaneta City
Villasis
33.38
59.19
40.20
40.50
89.65
8.30
88.55
121.00
75.80
21
18
24
22
34
10
28
34
21
Asingan
Balungao
Natividad
Rosales
San Manuel
San Nicolas
San Quintin
Santa Maria
Tayug
66.60
75.25
76.80
72.80
132.48
208.16
114.68
55.04
60.00
21
20
18
37
14
33
21
23
21
Source: DENR, NSO
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41.81
Land area share in Region I (%)
1.79
Land area share in Philippines (%)
LAND CLASSIFICATION (hectares)
A. ALIENABLE AND DISPOSABLE LAND - 406,395 (75.70%)
B. FORESTLAND - 130,423 (24.30%)
406,395
A. ALIENABLE AND DISPOSABLE LAND ………….............................
1. Agricultural Lands
373,720
■ Croplands .......................................
238,070
■ Pastureland ....................................
122,608
■ Aquaculture ...................................
13,042
2. Non-Agricultural ..........................................................
■ Built-up areas..................................
19,375
■ Others ............................................
13,300
32,675
130,423
B. FORESTLAND ……………......................................................................
1. Production forest .........................................................
■ Agro-forestry ...................................
59,394
■ Resettlement ..................................
4,496
■ Grazing..............................................
4,189
2. Protection forest .........................................................
■ Non-NIPAS .....................................
41,841.62
■ NIPAS ............................................
20,502.36
68,079
62,344
Declared ……………… 3,565.56
Proposed ……………… 16,936.82
C. FOREST COVER (has.)…………………………………….
1. Forestland ………………………………...
58,723.28
2. A & D Lands ……………………………..
3,238.9257
61,962.2057
CLIMATE
Average annual rain fall (mm)
182.3
Average annual temperature
28 0C
Season
Wet and Dry
Source : DENR, PAGASA
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PHYSICAL
CHARACTERISTICS
536,818
LAND AREA (hectares)
4
5,368.18 sq. km.
PANGASINAN
4
ict
str %
i
D 5
District 5
10 %
District 3
11 %
District 6
22 %
District 2
17 %
Source : DENR
District 1
35 %
MINERAL RESERVES
CY 2010
PROVINCE/
MINERAL DEPOSIT
LOCATION
PANGASINAN
METALLIC
Copper Ore
Chromite
Manganese
Mabini
Mangatarem
Mangatarem
NON-METALLIC
Asbestos
Cement Raw Materials
Limestone
Shale
Silica
Gabbro (cu.m.)
Zeolite
Bentonite
White Clay (SSM)
Limestone for
Agricultural use (SSM)
Guano/Rock
Phosphate (SSM)
Sand and Gravel
(cu.m.)
Aguilar
Sison
Mabini
Dasol
Agno
Bolinao
Sison
Agno
Mangatarem
Mangatarem
Mangatarem
Umingan
Mabini
Alaminos
Mabini
Sual
Agno
Agno
Alaminos
Bolinao
Dasol
Bued River, Sison
Banila-Dipalo River
Aloragat River
Dumoloc River
Balincaguin River
TOTAL VOLUME OF RESERVE (MT)
RESOURCE
RESERVE
2,901,212,803.96 M.T.
826,736,464.93 M.T.
203,340,000.00 Cu. M.
12,853,844.45 Cu. M.
456,149.00
318,930.00
135,219.00
2,000.00
2,900,756,654.96 M.T.
826,736,464.93 M.T.
203,340,000.00 Cu. M.
12,853,844.45 Cu. M.
1,446,600.00
602,024,638.00
541,040,039.00
560,230,000.00
698,574,022.00
1,092,873,600.00
179,162,880.00
18,770,260.00
2,848,856.93
101,670,000.00
13,765,939.00
10,163,891.00
35,672.00
5,883.00
7,500.00
4,378,556.00
1,590,783.00
495,612.00
54,250.00
875.24
859.85
13,905.70
2,616.00
636.17
5,245.00
5,153,844.45
1,840,000.00
2,400,000.00
1,500,000.00
1,960,000.00
Resource – estimates based on surface exposure and only one dimension is identified.
(length or width only).
Reserve – commodity is being known, developed/idenfied, all dimensions are identified
(length,width or height)
Source: Bureau of Mines and Geo-Science, Geological Investigation Report
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Average Annual Population Growth Rate (2000-2007)
Projected Population (2010) *
Projected Population Density-2010 (Population/sq.km)
588,309
4.8
Projected Number of Household (2010) *
Average Household Size (2007 Census)
* PPDO Projection
POPULATION, GROWTH RATE
AND POPULATION DENSITY BY MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
PANGASINAN
Population
(2007 Census)
Population
Projection (2010)
APGR
(2000-2007)
ProjectedPopulation
Density
(2010)
2,645,395
2,738,111
1.15
510
DISTRICT I
379,637
394,404
1.28
212
Agno
Alaminos City
Anda
Bani
Bolinao
Burgos
Dasol
Infanta
Mabini
Sual
26,023
79,788
34,398
45,652
69,568
20,187
27,027
23,731
23,338
29,925
26,425
82,569
35,067
46,876
73,422
21,099
27,739
25,146
24,363
31,803
0.51
1.15
0.64
0.89
1.81
1.48
0.87
1.95
1.44
2.05
146
511
418
224
276
150
147
129
106
158
DISTRICT II
428,196
440,923
0.98
484
36,564
28,104
76,214
62,237
20,508
95,773
65,366
43,430
38,048
28,744
77,750
64,335
21,046
98,774
67,289
44,893
1.33
0.75
0.67
1.11
0.87
1.03
0.97
1.11
270
1,843
1,546
386
187
2,087
208
821
Aguilar
Basista
Binmaley
Bugallon
Labrador
Lingayen
Mangatarem
Urbiztondo
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DEMOGRAPHIC
Total Number of Households (2007 Census)
CHARACTERISTICS
2,645,395
1.15 %
2,738,111
510
553,559
Total Population (2007 Census)
POPULATION, GROWTH RATE
AND POPULATION DENSITY BY MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
Population
(2007 Census)
Population
Projection
(2010)
APGR
(2000-2007)
ProjectedPopulation
Density
(2010)
DISTRICT III
579,198
599,256
1.14
969
Bayambang
Calasiao
Malasiqui
Mapandan
Sta. Barbara
San Carlos City
103,145
85,419
122,820
32,905
161,884
73,025
105,977
89,148
127,041
33,829
76,992
165,146
0.91
1.43
1.13
0.93
1.78
0.67
579
2,102
1,026
1,740
979
965
DISTRICT IV
412,225
431,858
1.56
1,629
Dagupan City
Manaoag
Mangaldan
San Fabian
San Jacinto
149,554
62,684
90,391
74,005
35,591
158,317
66,298
94,042
77,462
36,834
1.92
1.89
1.33
1.53
1.15
3,628
979
2,295
953
1,167
DISTRICT V
445,655
458,494
0.95
824
Alcala
Bautista
Binalonan
Laoac
Pozorrubio
Santo Tomas
Sison
Urdaneta City
Villasis
38,934
28,094
52,722
28,266
63,689
13,706
42,791
120,785
56,668
40,341
28,531
54,359
28,930
66,085
14,332
43,575
124,812
57,711
1.19
0.52
1.02
0.78
1.24
1.50
0.61
1.10
0.61
1,209
482
1,352
714
737
1,727
492
1,032
761
DISTRICT VI
400,484
413,485
1.07
357
54,092
25,214
21,560
57,702
46,769
33,419
30,556
30,721
37,954
62,497
55,325
25,818
22,301
60,199
49,285
34,284
31,561
31,989
38,705
64,183
0.75
0.79
1.13
1.42
1.76
0.86
1.08
1.36
0.66
0.89
831
343
290
827
372
165
275
581
645
216
Asingan
Balungao
Natividad
Rosales
San Manuel
San Nicolas
San Quintin
Santa Maria
Tayug
Umingan
APGR-Annual Population Growth Rate
8
Source : NSO, DENR
HOUSEHOLDS AND GROWTH RATE BY MUNICIPALITY
CY 2010
Municipality
Number of Households
2000
PANGASINAN
2007
Ave. Annual Projected Number
Growth Rate
of Households
(Households)
2010
477,819
553,559
2.05
588,309
DISTRICT I
71,951
82,392
2.95
89,888
Agno
Alaminos City
5,493
15,527
5,912
17,787
1.59
2.96
6,198
19,411
Anda
6,546
7,592
3.23
8,351
Bani
Bolinao
8,910
12,182
0,328
14,165
3.22
3.29
11,353
15,607
Burgos
3,764
4,291
2.85
4,668
Dasol
5,092
5,787
2.78
6,283
Infanta
4,219
5,011
3.76
5,597
Mabini
4,774
5,028
1.12
5,198
Sual
5,444
6,491
3.84
7,268
74,371
86,565
3.31
95,442
DISTRICT II
Aguilar
6,131
7,228
3.59
8,035
Basista
Binmaley
Bugallon
Labrador
Lingayen
Mangatarem
Urbiztondo
4,871
13,415
10,614
3,830
16,467
11,704
7,339
5,888
15,607
12,107
4,418
19,187
13,712
8,418
4.15
3.30
2.86
3.11
3.33
3.45
2.98
6,651
17,202
13,176
4,843
21,169
15,181
9,194
DISTRICT III
99,602
115,585
3.24
127,300
Bayambang
Calasiao
Malasiqui
Mapandan
Santa Barbara
San Carlos City
17,897
15,020
20,798
5,751
12,111
28,025
20,893
17,309
24,700
6,351
14,918
31,414
3.37
3.09
3.75
2.15
4.57
2.48
23,079
19,070
27,587
6,769
17,058
33,806
Source : NSO
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HOUSEHOLDS AND GROWTH RATE BY MUNICIPALITY
CY 2010
Number of Households
Municipality
2000
2007
Ave. Annual Projected Number
Growth Rate of Households
(Households)
2010
DISTRICT IV
70,673
85,521
4.17
96,639
Manaoag
10,563
12,571
3.80
14,059
Mangaldan
15,356
18,572
4.16
20,987
San Fabian
12,690
15,292
4.08
17,240
San Jacinto
6,143
7,204
3.47
7,981
Dagupan City
25,921
31,882
4.54
36,383
DISTRICT V
84,160
95,851
2.83
104,208
Alcala
7,181
8,261
3.05
9,040
Bautista
5,418
5,622
0.80
5,757
10,184
11,800
3.21
12,972
5,449
6,160
2.66
6,665
Binalonan
Laoac
Pozorrubio
11,288
13,524
3.95
15,190
Santo Tomas
2,716
3,070
2.66
3,322
Sison
8,015
9,010
2.54
9,714
Urdaneta City
22,908
25,876
2.65
27,984
Villasis
11,001
12,528
2.82
13,616
DISTRICT VI
77,035
87,610
2.80
95,162
Asingan
10,499
11,793
2.52
12,708
Balungao
5,102
5,753
2.61
6,215
Natividad
4,153
4,768
3.00
5,211
10,794
12,615
3.40
13,945
San Manuel
8,644
9,998
3.17
10,979
San Nicolas
6,533
7,284
2.36
7,812
San Quintin
5,667
6,522
3.06
7,139
Santa Maria
5,818
6,566
2.63
7,095
7,479
8,282
2.21
8,843
12,346
14,029
2.78
15,230
Rosales
Tayug
Umingan
Source : NSO
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HEALTH INDICATORS *
Crude Birth Rate
Crude Death Rate
Infant Mortality Rate
Under Five Mortality Rate
Maternal Mortality Rate
Immunization Rate (9-11 mos.)
Tuberculosis Cases (DOTS)
- Detection Rate (%)
- Cure Rate (%)
18.76
4.45
8.30
3.56
0.63
87.5
70.6
91
NUTRITION ***
4.91
15.60
FAMILY PLANNING
Monitored Married Women of Reproductive Age (MWRA)
Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (%)
- Modern (%)
- Traditional (%)
263,012
57
46
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HEALTH/SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITIES
Number of Hospitals
- Government **
- Private
Hospital Bed Capacity
- Government
- Private
Rural Health Unit/Center
Barangay Health Station
Day Care Center
LGU-Operated Dialysis Center
- with 14 units dialysis machine
59
17
43
1,995
830
1,157
68
443
1,226
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PHILHEALTH ENROLLMENT (TOTAL FAMILIES)
Provincial Government
Congressman
LGUs
NGOs
170,537
19,056
47,240
12,177
Legend: * Excluding Dagupan City
** includes two (2) LGU-operated hospitals and one (1) DOH hospital
*** Excluding all cities
DOTS - Directly Observed Treatment Short Course
Source : PHO, PPO, Nutrition Office, PSWDO, DOH La Union
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SOCIAL
SERVICES
Malnutrition Rate
- Pre-school Children (0-71 months)
- School Children (2009)
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EDUCATION INDICATORS
SY 2009-2010
Elementary* Secondary*
Net Enrolment Ratio (NER)
84.90
62.98
Cohort Survival Rate
74.78
66.22
Transition Rate
98.89
96.68
Simple Drop-out Rate
0.42
4.97
Graduation Rate
99.09
92.36
Teacher Pupil/Student Ratio
1.31
1.35
Classroom Pupil/Student Ratio
1:31
1:47
Number of Schools
Elementary *
Secondary *
Tertiary **
Technical/ Vocational **
1,179
280
59
59
Total Enrollment
Elementary *
Secondary *
Tertiary **
Technical/ Vocational **
383,447
197,975
81,045
951
Number of Teachers
Elementary *
Secondary *
12,392
5,635
Number of Classroom
Elementary *
Secondary *
12,396
4,241
Legend :
* Public Schools only
**Public and Private Schools
Net Enrollment Ratio - the ratio between the enrollment in the school-age range to the
total population of that age range.
Cohort Survival Rate - the proportion of enrollees in the beginning grade or year who
reach the final grade/ year at the end of the required number of years of study.
Transition Rate - the percentage of pupils who graduate from one level of education and
move on to the next higher level (from primary to intermediate; from intermediate to
secondary).
Simple Drop-Out Rate - the percentage of pupils/ students who don not finish a particular
grade/ year level. It does not capture pupils/students who finish a grade/year level but do
not enroll in the next grade/ year level the following school year.
Graduation Rate - the proportion of pupils/students who finished Grade VI/ Fourth Year
in the present year to the number of pupils/students who enrolled in Grade VI/Fourth Year
in the present year.
Source : PHO, DepEd, TESDA, CHED, PSWDO
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AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY PRODUCTION
Commodity
342,281
245,527
45,430
18,422
6,691
8,040
3,377
11,224
3,570
1,608,126
940,700
230,521
280,791
104,471
16,078
21,400
6,513
7,652
Rice Sufficiency Level—147 %
LIVESTOCK & POULTRY (Heads)
3,769,249
119,434
Cattle
53,051
Carabao
295,991
Swine
208,771
3,092,002
Goat
Chicken (native, layers & broiler)
Meat Sufficiency Level—122 %
FISHERIES (MT)
22,832.186
121,765.541
Aquaculture
12,887.795
32,447.215
Mariculture
345.3475
44,590.53
433.218
41,060.296
9,165.8257
3,667.5
Marine Fishing
Communal Bodies of Water
Fish Sufficiency Level—122 %
* Estimates
Source : Crops-BAS, PCA, NTA; Livestock-OPVet; Fisheries-OPAg
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ECONOMIC
CHARACTERISTICS
CROPS (MT)
Palay
Corn
Fruits
Vegetables
Legumes
Root Crops
Coconut
Tobacco *
Area (has) Production (MT)
PRODUCTS
A. AGRI/NON-MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS
1. Rice
Provincewide
2. Yellow Corn
Malasiqui, Bayambang, Basista, Alcala,
Urbiztondo, Sto. Tomas, San Jacinto
Asingan, Sta. Maria, Villasis, Tayug,
3. Vegetables (Fruits & Leafy)
(okra, squash, eggplant,
tomato, beans, ampalaya, etc)
4. Mango
5. Aquaculture products
(bangus, malaga)
6. Bamboo
7. Onion
Urdaneta City, Sta. Barbara, Rosales
Sta. Barbara, San Carlos City, Malasiqui,
Sual, Aguilar, Labrador, Calasiao,
Bugallon, Manaoag,
San Fabian, Dagupan City, Bani, ,
Binmaley, Labrador, Lingayen, Bolinao
Burgos, Agno, San Carlos City
Sta. Barbara, Urbiztondo
Alcala, Bayambang, San Manuel
B. MANUFACTURED/PROCESSED PRODUCTS
1. Buri-rattan Basketwares
2. Bamboo-based Home
Furnishings
3. Antique Reproduction
Manaoag, Pozorrubio, Calasiao,
San Carlos City
San Carlos City, Basista, Urbiztondo
Sta. Barbara, Burgos
Sison, Bugallon, Dagupan City
(home furnishings)
4. Carved Wooden Furniture
5. Bricks, Clay Tiles & Potteries
6. Cutleries (swords, knives & bolos)
7. Coco Pastile (bocayo)
8. Noodles (bijon)
9. Sugar Cane/Palm Vinegar/Fruit
Wine/Vinegar
10. Fish Paste/Sauce (bagoong/patis)
11. Salt
12. Cement
13. Deboned/Processed Bangus
14. Feeds
15. Cornik
16. Native Cake
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
Sawali
Dried Fish
Candles
Processed Meat
Nata de Coco
22. Duhat/ Bignay Wine
23. Fish Cracker
24. Hollow Blocks
25. Walis Tambo
16
Lingayen, Binmaley, Sison, San Carlos City
Sta. Barbara, Binmaley, San Carlos City,
San Nicolas
Calasiao, Mangaldan, Pozorrubio
Dagupan City, Lingayen
Calasiao, Dagupan City, Alaminos City,
Urdaneta City, Binmaley
Binalonan, Bugallon, Lingayen, Laoac,
San Fabian, Dasol, Villasis, Anda
Lingayen, Bolinao, Mangaldan
Anda, Dasol, Infanta, Bani, Bolinao,
Alaminos City, San Fabian
Sison
Dagupan City, San Fabian, Binmaley,
Calasiao, Alaminos City
Binalonan, Villasis
Binalonan
Calasiao (puto), Mangaldan, Villasis,
Mangatarem (tupig)
Bugallon, Labrador
San Fabian, Sual, Bolinao
Manaoag, Sta. Barbara, Alcala
Mangaldan, Alaminos City, Lingayen
Sta. Barbara
Dasol, Bugallon, Villasis, Binalonan (basi/
tuba)
Bayambang
Aguilar, Labrador
Bautista
Source : DTI
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FAMOUS TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
LOCATION
NATURAL
MAN-MADE
Agno
▪ Umbrella Rocks
▪ Baliwangga Canyons
Alaminos City
▪ Hundred Islands
▪ Hundred Islands National Park
▪ Lucap Wharf
Anda
▪ Tondol White Beach
▪ Anda People’s Park
▪ Narciso Ramos Museum
Asingan
Balungao
▪ Mt. Balungao Hot & Cold Spring
Bani
▪ Buracao (Nalsoc) Cave
▪ Surip Beach
▪ Mangrove Protected Area
Bolinao
▪ Balingasay River
▪ Santiago Island
▪ Patar White Sand Beach
▪ Enchanted Cave
▪ Tara Falls
▪ UP Marine Science Institute
▪ Bolinao National Museum
▪ Cape Bolinao Lighthouse
Burgos
▪ Pao White Sand Beach
▪ Paratek White Sand Beach
▪ Cabongaoan White Sand Beach
Dagupan City
▪ Bonuan Beach
▪ Dagupan City Museum
▪ Home Economics Building of West
Central School
▪ Tondaligan People's Park
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Dasol
▪ Colibra Island
▪ Tambobong Beach
Infanta
▪ Valleverde Trail
▪ Balaki Island
Labrador
▪ Tobuan Beach
▪ Uyong Beach
Lingayen
▪ Lingayen Beach
▪ Provincial Capitol Complex
▪ Gov. Aguedo F. Agbayani Park
▪ Narciso Ramos Sports Complex
▪ Veteran’s Park
▪ FVR Museum
▪ Bagoong Factory
Mabini
▪ Cacupangan Cave
▪ Sawang Falls
▪ Binmatya Cave
▪ Balincaguin River and Picnic Ground
FAMOUS TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
LOCATION
NATURAL
MAN-MADE
▪ Pyramid of Asia
Manaoag
Mangatarem
▪ Manleluag Hot Spring
Natividad
▪ Burayoc Waterfalls
Rosales
▪ Rosales Spring
▪ Salvacion Dam
▪ Acop Dam
▪ Manleluag Spring Natural Park
▪ Speaker Eugenio Perez Memorial Park
San Carlos City
San Fabian
▪ San Fabian Beach
San Manuel
▪ Butao Spring
▪ Butao Spring Resorts
▪ Malico Villa Verde Trail
San Nicolas
San Quintin
▪ Dipalo Water Falls
Sison
▪ Antong Falls
Sual
▪ Cabalitian Island
▪ Botanical Garden
PILGRIMAGE DESTINATIONS
NAME OF CHURCH / PARISH / SHRINE
Grotto of Saint Lourdes
San Louis Berthrand Church (1669)
Redeemer’s Way of the Cross
St. Vincent Ferrer Parish (1614)
Our Lady of Purification Church (1674)
St. James the Great Fortress Church
Our Lady of Lourdes (1720)
Señor Divino Tesoro Shrine
Sts. Peter and Paul Parish Church (1588)
San Isidro de Labrador (1765)
Epiphany of Our Lord Parish (1575)
Our Lady of Manaoag
Lourdes Grotto and Holy Cross
St. Jude Thadeus Parish
Immaculate Concepcion Grotto
Pope the Martyr Parish Church (1718)
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
LOCATION
Anda
Asingan
Bani
Bayambang
Binmaley
Bolinao
Bugallon
Calasiao
Calasiao
Labrador
Lingayen
Manaoag
Natividad
Pozorrubio
Rosales
San Fabian
Sison
Source : MPDOs, Tourism Operations Division
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FAMOUS TOURIST ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES
Location
Hotel/ Resort
Agno
Alaminos City
Mayor Rosete Beach Resort
1. Maxine's by the Sea
2. Vista de Las Islas Hotel & Restaurant *
3. The Hundred Islands Resort Hotel *
Crystal Glade Resort
Crispina Mountain Resort
Ruperto's Inland Resort *
JT Beach Resort
1. Treasures of Bolinao Beach Resort
2. Rock Garden Resort Hotel and Restaurant
3. Puerto del Sol *
4. SLC Garden Paradise Resort *
1. Pangasinan Regency Hotel
2. Felpaver Farm Resort
1. Dagupan Garden Hotel
2. Star Plaza Hotel *
3. Lenox Hotel *
4. Leisure Coast Resort *
5. Luxor Hotel
6. Inn Asia
1. Villa Jireh Resort Hotel
2. Covelandia du Labrador Beach Resort *
1. Hotel Consuelo & Chinese Restaurant
2. El Puerto Marina Beach Resort
3. Capitol Resort Hotel *
4. The President’s Hotel
Ecohill Resort
Pyramid of Asia Resort and Healing Center
Hidden Rock Farm Resort
1. Sierra Vista Beach Resort
2. Lazy "A" Beach Resort
3. San Fabian Resort and Beach Club
4. San Fabian Point Beach Resort *
5. San Fabian PTA Resort *
6. Boating World Amianan Beach Resort *
Villa Felisa Spring Resort
Agpay Resort
1. Ciudad Fernandino Hotel & Restaurant
2. The Last Resort
3. Lisland Rainforest Resort
Punta Barraca Resort and Recreation Center
Asingan
Bani
Binalonan
Binmaley
Bolinao
Calasiao
Dagupan City
Labrador
Lingayen
Malasiqui
Manaoag
Mangaldan
San Fabian
San Manuel
San Nicolas
Urdaneta City
Villasis
Legend : * DOT Accredited
20
Source : MPDOs, DOT Region, Tourism Operations Division
TOURIST AND VISITOR ARRIVALS
Total
121,911
217,460
Total Tourists
Total Visitors
Grand Total 339, 371
TOURIST ARRIVALS
(based on Accommodation Establishments)
MONTH
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
TOTAL
FOREIGN
740
834
558
552
605
514
370
431
389
211
342
366
5,912
DOMESTIC
OVERSEAS
5,924
7,864
8,448
13,415
13,317
8,031
5,809
4,290
8,419
10,874
13,178
14,879
114,448
257
48
22
116
374
8
20
18
77
36
113
462
1,551
TOTAL
6,921
8,746
9,028
14,083
14,296
8,553
6,199
4,739
8,885
11,121
13,633
15,707
121,911
Source: DOT-RO I
VISITOR ARRIVALS
(based on Tourist Destinations)
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
TOTAL
Bolinao Provincial Hundred Islands Manleluag Spring Capitol
Mangrove Info.
National Park,
Protected Land- Complex,
Center & Nursery, Alaminos City
scape, MangaLingayen
20
11
23
7
20
20
46
74
221
14,182
11,618
14,640
36,033
25,464
10,642
6,821
6,314
4,582
8,120
9,095
15,052
162,563
1,766
1,475
3,775
3,333
627
171
490
249
423
881
803
13,993
3,899
4,315
6,648
6,969
2,091
1,739
1,702
661
1,634
4,198
5,223
1,604
40,683
Total
19,867
15,933
22,763
46,777
30,888
13,019
8,717
7,472
6,485
12,761
15,245
17,533
217,460
Source: Tourism Operations Division, Lingayen
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TRADE AND INVESTMENT
1,590,311,604.34
Investments Inflows (Php)
901,289.27
Exports Generated (US$)
7,262
437
2,932
246
3,647
Registered Establishment by Sector
Manufacturing
Personal Services
Industrial Services
Trading
Source : DTI
ANNUAL PER CAPITA POVERTY THRESHOLDS,
POVERTY INCIDENCE AND
MAGNITUDE OF POOR FAMILIES
2003, 2006, 2009
Region/
Province
PHILIPPINES
Region I
Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
La Union
Pangasinan
Annual Per Capita
Poverty Threshold
(in Pesos)
2003
12,309
13,281
12,893
12,824
13,356
13,412
2006
15,057
15,956
16,024
16,922
16,372
15,656
2009
16,841
17,768
16,995
17,870
18,083
17,731
Poverty Incidence
Among Families
Magnitude of Poor Families
Estimates (%)
Estimates
2003 2006 2009
2003
2006
24.4 26.9 20.9 4,022,695 4,677,305
24.4 26.2 17.8 213,846 248,442
19.6 17.1
9.2
21,694
20,362
22.8 27.2 12.5
28,302
35,779
24.6 27.6 23.3
33,163
40,641
25.8 27.6 19.5 130,687 151,660
2009
3,855,730
179,179
11,923
17,238
35,618
114,400
Poverty Threshold—the minimum annual income/ expenditure for an individual to meet
the basic food and non-food requirements.
ANNUAL PER CAPITA POVERTY THRESHOLDS,
POVERTY INCIDENCE AND
MAGNITUDE OF POOR POPULATION
2003, 2006, 2009
Region/
Province
PHILIPPINES
Region I
Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
La Union
Pangasinan
Annual Per Capita
Poverty Threshold
(in Pesos)
2003
12,309
13,281
12,893
12,824
13,356
13,412
2006
15,057
15,956
16,024
16,922
16,372
15,656
2009
16,841
17,768
16,995
17,870
18,083
17,731
Poverty
Incidence
Magnitude of Poor Population
Among
Population (%)
Estimates (%)
Estimates
2003 2006 2009
2003
2006
2009
30.0 32.9 26.5 23,836,104 27,616,888 23,142,481
30.2 32.7 23.3 1,262,799 1,464,245.2
1,085,078
24.6 21.2 12.4
120,945 112,835.2
71,864
28.4 32.6 17.0
154,922 184,397.0
100,882
30.2 32.6 30.6
198,307 229,739.2
225,977
31.7 35.0 25.0
788,625 937,273.8
686,356
Poverty Incidence— refers to the proportion of families/population whose income
as measured in the family income and expenditure is below
the poverty threshold
22
Source : NSCB
ROAD NETWORK
National
Provincial
Municipal (2009)
Barangay (2009)
Total
Length (kms.)
Paved (kms.)
623.740
623.541
725.0525
659.2945
533.462
398.644
5,517.039
1,780.394
7,399.294
3,461.874
Unpaved (kms.)
0.199
65.758
134.817
3,736.646
3,937.420
BRIDGES (LM)
National
Municipal (2009)
13,531.33
3,556.995
Provincial
Barangay (2009)
5,859.70
14,218.30
IRRIGATION
Potential Irrigable Area (has.)
Existing Service Area (has.)
Irrigation Development (%)
180,882.96
93,101.50
51.47
POWER (2009)
Municipality Served (%)
Barangay Served (%)
Household Served (%)
100
100
82
Source : DPWH, PEO, MPDC, NIA, PANELCO 1 & 3, DECORP, CENPELCO, LUELCO
Households with Safe Water Sources (%)
Households with Unsafe Water Sources (%)
*
INFRASTRUCTURE
AND UTILITIES
WATER SUPPLY * (2009)
92.62
7.47
LSS Survey covers 46 (96%) cities/municipalities and 1,312 (97%) barangays only
TELECOMMUNICATION FACILITIES (2009)
Number of Existing Telephone Lines equipped/installed
(PLDT, Digitel)
Telephone Density (telephone/100 persons)
Cities/Municipalities Served by Telephone System (%)
Number of Telegraph Stations (Public)
Cities/Municipalities Served by Telegraph Service (%)
Postal Offices/ Stations
Cities/Municipalities Served by Mail Service (%)
Postal Density
Number of Letter Carriers
Letter Carrier to Population Ratio
Number of Internet Cafes
Number of Internet Service Providers (ISP)
Cable Television Stations
Number of Radio Stations (AM/FM)
Number of Local Newspapers
Number of different types and classifications of motor
vehicles registered
114,244
4.22
100
19
40
51
100
1:53,075
107
1:25,298
645
16
21
21
21
184,743
Source : NTC, Digitel, PLDT, PIA, Philpost, TelOf, MPDC/CPDC, LTO
23
DISTANCE FROM LINGAYEN
TO MUNICIPALITY, PANGASINAN
LINGAYEN TO
Agno
Aguilar
Alaminos
Alcala
Manat, San Carlos City, Basista
Dagupan, San Carlos, Rosales
Urdaneta, Carrmen junction
Manat, Malasiqui
Anda
Asingan
via Urdaneta
via Mangaldan, Binalonan
Balungao
via Sta. Barbara, Urdaneta, Rosales
via Dagupan, San Carlos, Bautista, Rosales
Bani
Basista
Bautista
via Manat, San Carlos, Basista
via Dagupan, San Carlos
Bayambang
via Manat, San Carlos, Basista
via Dagupan, San Carlos
Binalonan
via Mangaldan
via Urdaneta
Binmaley
Bolinao
Bugallon
Burgos
Calasiao
Dagupan City
Dasol
Infanta
Labrador
Laoac
LINGAYEN
Mabini
Malasiqui
via Manat, San Carlos
via Dagupan City, San Carlos
Manaoag
via San Jacinto
via Mapandan
Mangaldan
Mangatarem
Mapandan
Natividad
24
KM.
70.80
15.70
47.50
45.00
53.30
65.00
57.00
77.70
56.20
55.60
64.10
67.20
56.90
18.00
38.10
48.40
36.40
46.70
45.90
57.80
4.40
81.80
8.10
65.90
19.70
14.50
74.00
94.90
17.20
44.10
53.70
36.60
33.10
36.30
23.20
28.70
31.30
85.30
DISTANCE FROM LINGAYEN
TO MUNICIPALITY, PANGASINAN
LINGAYEN TO
KM.
Pozorrubio
Rosales
via Sta. Barbara, Urdaneta, Rosales
via Dagupan, San Carlos, Bautista
San Carlos City
via Calasiao
via Manat
San Fabian
via Pangasinan-La Union Road
via San Jacinto
San Jacinto
San Manuel
via Mangaldan
via Urdaneta-Cili Junction
San Nicolas
via Urdaneta, Asingan, Tayug
via Sta. Barbara, Urdaneta, Rosales, Tayug
San Quintin
via Mangaldan, Binalonan, Tayug
via Urdaneta, Asingan, Tayug
Santa Barbara
Santa Maria
via Sta. Barbara, Urdaneta, Rosales
via Urdaneta, Asingan, Tayug
Santo Tomas
via Urdaneta, Villasis
via Manat, San Carlos, Malasiqui, Villasis
Sison
via Manaoag, Pao, Pozorrubio
via Manaoag, Binalonan, Cili
Sual
Tayug
via Mangaldan, Binalonan
via Urdaneta, Asingan, Tayug
via Urdaneta, Rosales, Sta. Maria
Umingan
via Mangaldan, Binalonan, Tayug
via Urdaneta, Asingan, Tayug
Urbiztondo
Urdaneta
Villasis
Manila
via Carmen (route 3)
via Camiling (route 3)
Baguio City
San Fernando, La Union
44.20
59.40
62.50
26.60
19.30
29.40
34.10
26.70
63.80
63.00
70.10
84.60
74.40
73.30
25.70
72.20
78.30
57.00
53.00
53.00
53.10
23.90
81.50
65.30
79.70
81.50
65.30
32.80
44.20
53.20
226.65
206.10
96.00
106.50
25
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INCOME CLASSIFICATION BY CITY / MUNICIPALITY
(DOF-DO 23-08 dated July 29,2008)
CITIES
Dagupan City
Urdaneta City
San Carlos City
Alaminos City
-
Second
Second
Third
Fourth
MUNICIPALITIES
First Class
Bolinao
Sual
Binmaley
Lingayen
Mangatarem
Bayambang
Calasiao
Malasiqui
Sta. Barbara
Manaoag
Mangaldan
San Fabian
Binalonan
Pozorrubio
Villasis
Rosales
San Manuel
San Nicolas
Umingan
Second Class
Asingan
Agno
Anda
Dasol
Infanta
Mabini
Aguilar
Urbiztondo
Mapandan
San Jacinto
Alcala
Tayug
San Quintin
Sison
Fourth Class
Burgos
Basista
Labrador
Bautista
Laoac
Balungao
Natividad
Sta. Maria
DEVELOPMENT
ADMINISTRATION
AND FINANCE
Bani
Bugallon
Third Class
Fifth Class
Sto. Tomas
Source : Provincial Treasurer’s Office, Lingayen
BANKING AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Universal and Commercial Banks
Thrift Banks
Rural Banks
Pawnshops
Non-Banking Institutions
Total
78
41
99
479
6
703
Source : Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Manila
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PROVINCIAL OFFICIALS
(2010-2013)
GOVERNOR
Amado T. Espino, Jr.
VICE GOVERNOR
Jose Ferdinand Z. Calimlim, Jr.
CONGRESSMAN/ CONGRESSWOMAN :
First District
Jesus F. Celeste
Second District
Leopoldo N. Bataoil
Third District
Rachel J. Arenas
Fourth District
Georgina P. De Venecia
Fifth District
Carmen S. Cojuangco
Sixth District
Marlyn L. Primicias-Agabas
BOARD MEMBERS
28
First District
Napoleon C. Fontelera
Teofilo G. Humilde, Jr.
Second District
Raul P. Sison
Von Mark R. Mendoza
Third District
Generoso D. Tulagan, Jr.
Angel G. Baniqued
Fourth District
Jeremy Agerico B. Rosario
Mojamito R. Libunao, Jr.
Fifth District
Danilo C. Uy
Clemente B. Arboleda, Jr.
Sixth District
Alfonso C. Bince, Jr.
Ranjit R. Shahani.
PCL President
Salvador S. Perez, Jr.
ABC President
Amadeo T. Espino
SK Federation President
John Christopher A. Arcinue
PROVINCIAL OFFICES
Name of Office
Governor's Office
Vice-Governor's Office
Provincial Administrator's
Office
Provincial Legal Office
Administrative Division
Child Care & Development
Center
ENRO-NRRG
General Services Office
Human Resource
Management Office
Management Information &
Services Office
Office of the Provincial
Agriculturist
Office of the Provincial
Budget
Office of the Provincial
Veterinarian
Provincial Accountant Office
Provincial Assessor's Office
Provincial Employment
Services Office
Provincial Engineer's Office
Provincial Health Office
Prov'l. Housing & Urban
Dev't. Coordinating Office
Head
Telephone No.
Hon. Amado T. Espino, Jr.
Hon. Jose Ferdinand Z. Calimlim
542-6012 / 542-6013
542-6010 / 542-6011
Mr. Rafael F. Baraan
542-6514
Atty. Geraldine U. Baniqued
Dr. Irmina B. Fransciso
542-5394
542-6438 / 542-2368
Ms. Myrna C. Celeste
542-8847
Col. Samuel S. Labadia (Ret.)
Mr. Rolando Diaz
542-4457
542-6231
Ms. Janette C. Asis
542-4034
Mr. Modesto R. Singson
542-5207
Ms. Dalisay A. Moya
542-4360/523-2703
Ms. Hilaria J. Claveria
542-6574 / 542-6818
Dr. Benedicto E. Perez
523-2703
Ms. Judith S. Santillan
Mr. Nestor P. Quiambao
542-6572 / 542-2577
542-6215
Mr. Alex F. Ferrer
542-6211
Engr. Victor C. Punay
542-6406/ 542-6468
Dr. Anna Ma. Teresa S. de Guzman 542-3997 / 542-5257
Engr. Alvin L. Bigay
542-6696
Provincial Information Office Mr. Orpheus M. Velasco
542-7030
Provincial Library
Prov'l. Social Welfare &
Development Office
Provincial Nutrition Center
Provincial Planning &
Development Office
Provincial Population Office
Provincial Treasurer's Office
Provincial Warden
Sangguniang Panlalawigan
Secretary
Solid Waste Management
Team
Tourism Operation & Parks
Administration Div.
Bids and Awards Committee
(BAC)
Narciso Ramos Sports &
Civic Center (NRSCC)
Prov'l. Disaster Coordinating
Council (PDCC)
Ms. Evangeline R. Paragas
542-7084 / 541-0334
Mr. Emilio P. Samson,Jr.
542-4327
Ms. Milagros A. Gutierrez
542-6695
Ms. Benita M. Pizarro
542-6293
Ms. Luzviminda N. Muego
Ms. Marilou E. Utanes
Mr. Rolando Diaz
542-6349/542-3981
542-6329 / 542-7129
542-4998
Atty. Verna P. Nava-Perez
542-4040
Mr. Rolando Diaz
542-8037
Ms. Ma. Luisa A. Elduayan
542-8007/542-6853
Mr. Rafael F. Baraan
542-6918
Col. Paterno M. Orduña
542-5941
Col. Paterno M. Orduña
542-3347
29
NUMBER OF PROVINCIAL EMPLOYEES BY OFFICE AND BY
NATURE OF APPOINTMENT
OFFICE
Governor
Permanent/
Temporary
29
HRMO
15
Warden
51/2
NATURE OF APPOINTMENT
Co-Terminus/
Contract of
Casual
Consultant
Elective
Service
7/1
60
46
7
143
22
53
MISO
4
3
59
66
Housing
6
3
1
10
Tourism
10
2
2
14
Library
13
2
15
17/1
34
52
13/15
192
Internal Audit
0
Vice-Governor
Board Members
10
230
Board Secretary
39
7
46
PPDO
29
3
32
41/1
12
54
GSO
GSO—BPSSD
59
59
Utility Worker
Security Guard
102
33
135
81
15
96
Budget
16
3
Accounting
39
3
4
46
Treasurer
50
3
2
55
PIO
5
10
3
18
Legal
3
1
2
Assessor
56
1
3
1
61
Population
23
3
PESO
11
4
1
16
OPAg
162
3
6
171
Veterinarian
PEO
19
6
26
29
21
11
61
215
154
143
512
PSWDO
18
7
5
30
PENRO
21
26
3
50
PDCC
20
72
92
Capitol Resort
19
10
29
CSC
5
Prosecutor
2
1
3
TESDA
6
1
7
COA
2
44
Prov'l. Health Office
5
2
32
11
1
IPHO-San Carlos
169
37
180
23
409
IPHO-Alaminos
115
21
21
6
163
IPHO-Tayug
122
10
6
11
149
IPHO-Urdaneta
76
11
21
3
111
IPHO-Mangatarem
31
6
13
1
51
IPHO-Bayambang
41
11
21
2
75
IPHO-Dasol
23
5
7
2
37
IPHO-Lingayen
46
22
12
1
81
IPHO-Manaoag
17
7
8
2
34
IPHO-Mapandan
21
4
4
2
31
IPHO-Pozorrubio
19
2
12
1
34
IPHO-Asingan
12
2
9
3
26
IPHO-Bolinao
16
1
12
4
33
IPHO-Umingan
16
3
11
3
33
957
767
64
3,547
TOTAL
30
TOTAL
1,700/3
39/17
Source : HRMO, Lingayen
LIST OF MUNICIPAL /CITY MAYORS
AND VICE-MAYORS
2010 - 2013
Municipality/City
Agno
Aguilar
Alcala
Anda
Asingan
Balungao
Bani
Basista
Bautista
Bayambang
Binalonan
Binmaley
Bolinao
Bugallon
Burgos
Calasiao
Dasol
Infanta
Labrador
Laoac
Lingayen
Mabini
Malasiqui
Manaoag
Mangaldan
Mangatarem
Mapandan
Natividad
Pozorrubio
Rosales
San Fabian
San Jacinto
San Manuel
San Nicolas
San Quintin
Sta. Barbara
Sta. Maria
Sto. Tomas
Sison
Sual
Tayug
Umingan
Urbiztondo
Villasis
Alaminos City
Dagupan City
San Carlos City
Urdaneta City
Mayor
Jose N. Pajeta,Jr.
Eduardo T. Ballesteros
Manuel T. Collado
Aldrin C. Cerdan
Heidee G. Chua
Philipp G. Peralta
Marcelo E. Navarro, Jr.
Manolito S. De Leon
Amado I. Espino III
Ricardo M. Camacho
Ramon V. Guico
Lorenzo M. Cerezo
Alfonso F. Celeste
Rodrigo M. Orduña
Alberto R. Guiang, Jr.
Mark Roy Q. Macanlalay
Noel A. Nacar
Ruperto M. Martinez
Ricardo O. Camacho
Silverio D. Alarcio, Jr.
Ernesto C. Castaneda, Jr.
Carlitos R. Reyes
Armando C. Domantay, Sr.
Napoleon D. Sales
Herminio A. Romero
Teodoro C. Cruz
Maximo M. Calimlim, Jr.
Rodrigo L. Rafael
Artemio Q. Chan
Ricardo V. Riveta
Irene Ferrer Libunao
Robert O. De Vera
Alain Jerico Perez
Leoncio S. Saldivar, III
Romulo A. Antolin
Carlito S. Zaplan
Teodoro A. Ramos
Vivien O. Villar
Mina Joy C. Pangasinan
John Rodney V. Arcinue
Atty. Carlos Trece R. Mapili
Eldred P. Tumbocon
Ernesto V. Balolong, Jr.
Libridita G. Abrenica
Hernani A. Braganza
Benjamin S. Lim
Julier C. Resuello
Amadeo Gregorio E. Perez, IV
Vice-Mayor
Wilson N. Rosete
Ricardo T. Evangelista
Ryan Paolo V. Mencias
Napoleon C. Celeste
Eleanor V. Viray
Minda T. Peralta
Filipina C. Rivera
Alfredo D. Frias
Jose T. Espino
Mylvin T. Junio
Renato E. Legaspi
Pedro A. Merrera III
Elias C. Quisay, Jr.
Bernardo F. De Vera, Sr.
Ronald G. Ngayawan
Roy T. Macanlalay
Manuel B. Rivera
Virgilio F. Vallarta
Dominador V. Arenas
Fernando Q. Soriano
Edith A. Hallare
Alimar R. Briana
Noel Anthony M. Geslani
Kim Mikael DG. Amador
Bernardo C. Abalos
Cristina P. Cruz
Asuncion DR. Calimlim
Mateo C. Briones
Reynaldo P. Reyes
Dominador E. Pajela, Jr.
Leopoldo Narvasa Manalo
Rolando E. Columbres
Salvador M. Perez
Raymond C. Prestoza
Fidel R. Reyes
Raymundo T. Santos
Moises P. Hortaleza
Timoteo S. Villar, III
Bensaulozacheus L. Mariñas
Dionisio G. Caburao, Jr.
Madilyn Cabotaje-Ramirez
Alain P. Rabang
Haidee S. Soriano
Centenielo Rizal R. Costales
Cesar C. Manzano
Belen T. Fernandez
Joseres S. Resuello
Onofre C. Gorospe
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LIST OF GOVERNORS OF PANGASINAN
CY 1901 - Present
NAME
TERM OF OFFICE
1
AMADO T. ESPINO, JR.
July 2007 to present
2
Victor E. Agbayani
July 1, 1998 - June 30, 2007
3
Oscar M. Orbos
July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1998
4
Aguedo F. Agbayani
July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1995
5
Rafael M. Colet
1988 - June 30, 1992
6
Jose F.S. Bengson
December 1987 (OIC)
7
Rafael M. Colet
November 22, 1986 (Acting)
8
Demetrio G. Demetria
April 4 - November 21, 1986
9
Demetrio G. Demetria
10
Agerico S. Rosario
1986 (Acting)
January 3, 1976 - June 16, 1978
(designated OIC of the province)
11
Aguedo F. Agbayani
1972 - 1986
12
Vicente D. Millora
September 16-31, 1971 (By succession)
13
Tito B. Primicias
1968 - 1971
14
Francisco Q. Duque
1964 - 1967
15
Conrado F. Estrella
1956 - 1963
16
Conrado F. Estrella
1954 - 1955 (Acting)
17
Juan de G. Rodriguez
1952 - 1953
18
Enrique Braganza
1946 - 1951
19
Sofronio C. Quimson
1945 - 1946
20
Santiago Estrada
1941 - 1944
21
22
23
Servillano dela Cruz
Bernabe B. Aquino
Pedro Quintans
October 16, 1931 - October 16, 1940
October 16, 1928 - October 15, 1931
July 19, 1928 - October 15, 1928
24
Teofilo Sison
October 16, 1922 - June 25, 1928
25
Daniel Maramba
October 16, 1916 - October 15, 1922
26
Aquilino Calvo
November 27, 1912 - October 15, 1916
27
Juan Alvear
January 1, 1910 - November 26, 1912
28
Antonio Sison
March 2, 1908 - December 31, 1909
29
Isabelo Artacho
March 5, 1906 - March 1, 1908
30
Macario Favilla
March 2, 1902 - March 4, 1906
31
Perfecto Sison
February 16, 1901 - February 2, 1902
Source : Provincial Library, Lingayen
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