Municipal Profile

One of the 1,498 Municipalities in the Philippines and the 28th municipality in the Province of Laguna. RIZAL is a 5th class municipality named after the National Hero Jose P. Rizal. It is a landlocked Municipality located 25kms away from the Provincial Capitol Sta Cruz, and 99kms away from Manila via San Pablo City. It is bounded on the north by the Municipality of Calauan, on the east by the Municipality of Nagcarlan, on the west by San Pablo City and the south by the Municipality of Dolores, Quezon. it has an approximate land area of 2,790 hectares and is composed of 11 Barangays, namely: Antipolo, Entablado, Laguan, Pook, Tala, Talaga, Tuy, East Poblacion, West Poblacion, Pauli 1 and Pauli 2. Rizal has a place in the Philippines arts society, being home of the native percussion instrument called KALATONG. As an instrument to call the attention of the people.


At the heart of Laguna’s teeming coconut regions bordered by Mt. San Cristobal at the South, Mt. Banahaw at the east and Mt. Basilin at the northwest lies the municipality of Rizal, named after the greatest national hero fifty years ago.  Approximately enough, a life-size statue of Dr. Jose P. Rizal stands at the center of the plaza.

Towards the end of the Spanish regime, Rizal was a barrio of Nagcarlan called “Pauli” from the Tagalog “pauli-uli”, or moving back and forth, after the meandering creek close by.  During the American regime Pauli was given municipal status, with Pedro Urrea, Sr. as Municipal President.  This lasted a brief two years, however, unable to maintain itself financially, the new town was returned to Nagcarlan as Barrio Rizal.

Between 1912 and 1918, the residents, led by Fortunato Arban, Agustin Vista and Felix Isleta then Municipal Councilors, led a renewed drive for municipal status of Rizal.  They would have a town of Rizal that would take  in the barrios of Antipolo, Entablado, Laguan, Maiton, Pauli, Pook, Talaga and Tuy.  This was realized on December 18, 1918, when Governor-General Charles E. Yeater issued an Executive Order No. 58 creating the municipality of Rizal.  Fortunato Arban was the first President.

When the World War II broke out in 1941, the sons of Rizal were at the forefront, and the blood of some of them were spilled in Bataan.  Those who survived in the Death March returned to continue their struggle against the invaders in the wilds of Mt. Banahaw and Sierra Madre Mountain.  Pablo Urrea, elected Mayor at the outbreak of war, secretly helped the guerillas during the occupation until the danger to his personal safety became too great, then relinguished his post to Vice Mayor Ismael Sombilla joined the partisans in the mountains.  Sombilla soon found himself in the same situation.  Being a guerilla himself, he stayed as long as he could at his post, then transferred his post to Councilor Dionisio Limcuando.

On January 23, 1945, the guerillas ambushed Japanese convey at Barrio Pook.  For this the Japanese burned the heart of the town.

The men who distinguished themselves as partisan leaders  included Cayo Verador, Aquilino Carpena, Eriberto  Sombilla, Isidro Urriquia and Vicente (Ganggay) Isleta.

After the liberation, guerilla leaders persuaded Captain Isidro Urriquia to run for Mayor.  He ran unopposed and occupied the post for three terms, during which period he constructed a new municipal building and cemetery chapel, improved streets, the waterworks system and Puericulture Center.

At the height of the Huk campaign, Mayor Urriquia organized his former guerilla comrades into the Rizal Fighting Unit, which with the battle cry “we have no rice, but we have bullets” drove the dissidents out of the territorial jurisdiction of the municipality and restored peace and order.  For his courageous deeds, he was awarded commendations from Secretary Ramon Magsaysay of National Defense, Brigadier General Claro Lizardo, Colonel Eulogio Balao and other ranking army officers.

In 1950, Urriquia relinguished the mayoralty to Vice Mayor Ismael Sombilla and ran for provincial Board Member under the Liberal Party banner and topped the victorious group.

Mayor Sombilla, meanwhile served his community well for two successive terms.  He was instrumental in the construction of additional school buildings, the new Community and  Health Center building, the annex to the Municipal Building, cemented roads and feeder roads.

As if fate had decreed it, the name of Arban rose again in the firmament, when Melecio A. Arban, grandson of the revered and beloved Fortunato  Arban, founder of Rizal won the Mayoralty in the municipal elections of 1967 as the poor man’s candidate.  After barely a year in office Mayor Arban had caused the opening of the Community High School, a long felt need of the municipality,  In taxation, his administration has succeeded in including the citizens to pay their real estate taxes to the point that Rizal stood second in the province in realty tax collection.


1964-1967 Town Officials

Ismael Sombilla                     –           Mayor

Leoncio Lucido                     –           Vice Mayor

Alipio Isles                             –           Secretary

Sancho Lazaro                      –           Treasurer

Atty. Rodrigo Plantilla           –           Municipal Judge

Luis Monakil                          –           Supervising Teacher

Dr. Felipe Arcigal                  –           Health Officer


Jose Malixi

Elpidio Ortiz

Felix C. Isles

Luis Vitangcol

Florencio Isleta

Ricardo Asegurado

Ricardo Sumague                 –           Chief of Police

Felix Isles                               –           Postmaster

1968-1971 Elected Officials

Melecio A. Arban                  –           Mayor

Benecio Semondak              –           Vice Mayor


Amado S. isleta

Marcial I. Opulencia

Rufina Vista

Crisanto Suñega

Alfredo Subijano

Ricardo C. Asegurado


  • Natural Features

Geographical Location

Rizal, a town some 25 kilometers away from the provincial capital, Sta. Cruz and 99 kilometers away from Manila via San Pablo City is located in Laguna, an inland province which is at the southern end of the Province of Rizal.

It is bounded on the north by Calauan, Laguna, on the east by Nagcarlan, Laguna, on the west by San Pablo City and on the south by Dolores, Quezon.

It is located at the geographical coordinates of 07’ latitude and 135.5’ longitude at a mean declination of 06’ E At annual magnetic change of 1’ easterly.

Rizal, is located at a predominantly flat terrain with 0-3 % slopes, with induced residential settlements to proliferate. The southern portion of the municipality has slope of 15 % and over representing mountainous areas, which are along the boundaries of San Pablo City and the Municipality of Dolores, Quezon.

Rizal, has eleven (11) barangays composed of Barangay Tala, the largest. Table shows the list of barangays, location area per barangay and percent distribution.

Barangay                              Land Area (has.)                         Percent Distribution

Tala                                             1,705.330                                               61.12

Entablado                                   263.000                                                9.42

Antipolo                                       241.940                                                 8.67

Pook                                               140.770                                                  5.04

Talaga                                            134.568                                                  4.83

Pauli II                                            90.000                                                3.23

Tuy                                                   86.720                                                  3.11

Laguan                                            82.120                                                  2.94

Pauli I                                               37.940                                                  1.36

West Poblacion                             5.579                                                  0.20

East Poblacion                               2.194                                                 0.08

TOTAL                                            2,790.00                                              100.00



Geographical Location

Rizal, an inland municipality of Laguna province is located 25 kilometers from the provincial capital, Sta Cruz, and 99 kilometers from the National Capital Region via San Pablo City.

Rizal is bounded on the north by Calauan, Laguna, on the east by Nagcarlan, Laguna, on the west by San Pablo City and on the south by Dolores, Quezon.

It is located at geographical coordinates of 07’ latitude and 12º 123.5’ longitude at mean declination of 06” E at annual magnetic change 1’ easterly.


The municipality of Rizal, Laguna has a total land area of  2,790 hectares and is composed of 11 barangays.  Among the barangays, Tala is the largest with approximately 1,705.33 has or 61.12% of the total land area of Rizal.  Barangay Entablado and Antipolo are the second large area with approximately 263 has or 9.42% and 241.94 has or 8.67% of the total land area, respectively.  The Poblacion, which is composed of two urban barangays (East Poblacion and West Poblacion), has the smallest land area with 7.77 has or 0.28% of the total area of Rizal.


Dry season starts from January to May with an average of 52.16mm amount of rainfall.  On the other hand, rainy season starts from May to December with an average of 243.5 amount of rainfall.

According to the National Agromet Station, College, Laguna (1990), the highest rainfall recorded was in October 1990 (396.5mm), while the lowest rainfall recorded was in February 1990 (18.6mm)


The annual average temperature recorded for the municipality of Rizal in 1990 was 27.4ºC.  The monthly maximum temperature was in May (29.3ºC), while the minimum monthly temperature recorded was in January (25ºC).

Relative Humidity

High relative humidity was observed during the month of October (84%) while the lowest relative humidity was observed during the month of April 1990.

Wind Direction and Speed

Almost all  of the wind directions recorded in 1990 by NAS for the Municipality of Rizal was Eastward with an average speed of 3 kts.  It changed its direction in August to South West with a maximum recorded speed of 4 kts in 1990.


Rizal, Laguna is located at a predominantly flat terrain with 0-3% slopes which induced residential settlements to proliferate.   The Southern portion of the municipality has a slope of 15% and over representing the mountainous areas which are along the boundaries of San Pablo City and the Municipality of Dolores, Quezon.

Slope and Erosion Potential

Large portion of Rizal, has 0-3% slopes or level to nearly level which occupies 1,476.45 has or 52.9% of the total land area of Rizal.  Its flat terrain makes almost more than half of Rizal lands suitable for cultivation as well as for urban development due to no apparent to very slight erosion potential.  However, 291.67 has or 10.4% of the total land area of Rizal has steeply undulating to very steeply sloping and rolling land with 15% and above slope.  Thus this area is considered marginally suitable to not suitable for cultivation and urban use due to severe to highly severe erosion potential.  Moreover, the remaining 1,021.83 has or 26.7% to total area has slope category of 3-8% to 8-15% or gently sloping to moderately undulating lands.  These lands were considered moderately to marginally suitable for cultivation and urban development.  These lands however, may be slightly to moderately susceptible to erosion.

Basic Soil Type

The municipality of Rizal, has four basic soil type namely: Lipa Loam, Macolod Clay Loam, Louisiana Clay Loam, and Mountain Soil.

Lipa Loam has brown to dark brown color, mellow, loose, very friable and finely granular in texture at its soil depth of 25-30 cm.  It has tufaceaus materials and concretions at its soil depth of 70-75 cm.  It’s boundary is abrupt and irregular.  Its lowest depth of 145-150 cm is composed of highly weathered rocks and it is sticky when wet.

About 619.67 has or 22% of the total land area of Rizal is composed of this type of soil and it is dominantly at a level to nearly level area.  This soil series is highly fertile and highly suitable for paddy rice and diversified crops as well as for urban land development.  It is highly permeable and no apparent erosion is found in this area.

The Macolod Clay Loam is tenacious, fine and gravelly in texture at its surface level.  It is sticky and compact when wet and granular when dry at its depth of 30-60 cm.  Its lowest depth of 60-150 is composed of highly weathered rock and it is sticky when wet.

This type of soil has different phases in the portion of Rizal.  The Macolod Clay Loam at steep phase is about 358.60 has or 13% of the total Rizal area while the lower phase is about 75.8 has or 3% of the total land area.  Its soil series is however moderately suitable to marginally suitable for cultivation unrban development as it exist at a moderately sloping  area, hus, it may be moderately to severely susceptible to erosion.  Its soil permeability is medium to poor, but this area is well drained due to slope and presence of May-it River.  Therefore, this area is not susceptible to flooding.

The liaison Clay Loam is brown to light reddish brown clay loam to clay at its soil depth of 25-30 cm. It is friable, mellow, and columnar at 50-60 cm depth.  Its lowest depth of 75-150 cm is composed of very friable clay.

It has a portion of 34-38 has or 1% of the total land area of Rizal.  This type of soil series has low fertility for paddy rice and upland crops and has medium soil permeability.  It is mainly located at a gently sloping to moderately undulating level, thus, it is moderately susceptible to erosion.  This area is not prone to flooding.

The Mountain Soil occupy the largest portion of 1,701.23 or 61% of the total land area of Rizal.  Its soil profile characteristics were not differentiated.  However, this area represents the moderately undulating to rough and steep mountain sides of Barangay Tala.  It is mainly covered with coconut, lanzones, banana, diversified upland crops, grasses, and forest trees.

Soil Suitablity Classification

Soil suitability  for some specific uses is based on certain criteria,  according to the use under consideration.  This criteria are as follows:  slope, erosion, soil texture, soil depth, water holding capacity, coarse fragments, soil drainage, flooding, soil acidity, organic matter, available phosphorus, exchangeable potassium and soil fertility.  However, the soil classification of DA (which is Abo series and Eutropepts-Tropudalfs Association)is different from Rizal’s basic soil type for technical mapping classification purposes.

Chemical Analysis of Different Soil Series in Rizal

Soil suitability and soil fertility was determined by the chemical properties as mentioned above.  With the physical and biological properties of the crops as well as the physiography and climate, one can determine the potential capability of land for agricultural development.

Soil Acidity (pH)

The soil pH is an indication of relative availability of plant nutrient.  In Rizal, the Abo series and Eutrophepts-Tropudalphs Association have adequate amount of pH ranging from 6-7.  This indicates that this type of soil has well-balanced amount of soil acidity which is favorable to most types of crops.

Base Saturation Percentage (BSP)

A soil with low base saturation suggest the dominance of hydrogen and aluminum over the other exchangeable nutrients which results in a low pH and may hamper crop growth.  Abo series and Eutropepts series has adequate percentage of base saturation which is favorable to most type of crops.

Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC)

Cation exchange capacity has been defined as a measure of cations that can hold the soil.  On the other hand, exchangeable cation is a convenient index in predicting the management requirements and the potential productivity of the soils.

Soils with high cation capacity value are more capable of retaining larger quantities of cations in available forms.  These soils would probably require minimum available plant nutrient elements for optimum crop production under intensive lowland and upland cultivation.   Te Abo series and Eutropepts series have adequate amount of cation capacity.

Exchangeable Potassium (K)

Potassium is one of the major plant nutrient.  The potassium availability of a soil depends on the kind of crop grown.  Rice and beans seldom show a response to potassium.  Abo series and Eutropepts series have adequate amount of potassium.

Availability of Phosphorus (P)

Like potassium, phosphorus is also one of the major plant nutrients which is mainly controlled by pH.  The natural pH of less than 5.5 indicates the lower availability of phosphorus.  The critical limit set for the phosphorus depends on the kinds of crops grown and the extraction methods used in analysis.  A critical level as determined in 6 ppm P, more than 10 ppm P is considered adequate.  Abo series has adequate amount of phosphorus suitable for upland crops and paddy rice. The Eutropepts-Tropudalfs.

Association has adequate amount of P suitable for paddy rice but has marginal amount in most upland areas, thus, making it moderately suitable for upland crops.

Organic Matter

Organic Matter is an important source of organic nitrogen which is one of the major plant nutrients.  A minimum level of organic matter should be present in the top soil to provide nitrogen to plants and for microbiological activities to go on.  For lowland rice cultivation, one percent organic matter is sufficient while for upland crops, three percent organic matter may result in toxic effects for certain crops, rice in particular, an upper level is considered at eight percent organic matter.   Abo series ha adequate amount of organic matter in both paddy rice and upland crops.  While the Eutropepts-Tropudalfs Association has adequate amount for paddy rice, however, deficient in upland crops.

Fertility Rating

The Abo series is considered as very highly fertile for paddy rice cultivation and is highly fertile for upland crops.  The Eutropepts-Tropudalfs Association, on the other hand, is highly for paddy rice cultivation, but moderately fertile for upland crop cultivation.

Soil Suitable for Urban Use

52.9% or 1176.45 has (AbB) is highly suitable (SI) for urban use.  These lands are dominantly lying on a level to nearly level area and with good soil drainage condition.  Moreover, 487.5 has or 17.5% (AbD1) is considered to be moderately suitable (S2); 534.33 has or 19.2% (ETD) is marginally suitable (S3) and; 291.67 has or 10.5% (ETF2 and ETG2) is not suitable (N) for urban development.

Soil Suitable for Paddy Rice (in Wet and Dry Season)

The Abo Loam which is composed of 1348.57 has or 48.3% is considered moderately suitable (S2) for paddy rice.  According to the Department of Agriculture, 1985, this is because of the slope condition of 0-3% where it may suffer from slight flooding hazard.  These lands are very fertile for this type of use.  Moreover, 1441.43 has or 51.7% is not suitable for paddy rice (AbD1, ETD, ETF2, ETG2).  This is because of its slope limitation of 8-15% and above where moderate to severe erosion may occur and also due to chemical limitations.

Soil Suitable for Upland/Diversified Crops

The Abo Loam (AbB) which is 1348.57 has or 48-4% is considered to be moderately suitable (S2) for upland and diversified crops during wet season only.  However, it is marginally suitable (S3) during dry season.  The ETF2 soil, which is located at the Upper phase of Barangay Tala and comprises an area of 612.66, has or 22% of the total area of Rizal was found to be marginally suitable for upland and diversified crops during dry and wet season.  Moreover, 820.77 has or 29.4% of the total area of Rizal is nor suitable for this type of crops during wet and dry seasons.   Its basic soill unit is AbD1, ETD and ETG2, located at Barangay Enmtablado, and middle to steep phase of Barangay Tala, and steep portion of Barangay Pook.

Soil Suitable for Rootcrops

The Abo Loam (AbB) which is 1,348 has, located at a level to nearly level area is moderately suitable for this type of crops.  Entablado and upper phase of Tala which has 875.66 has of AbD1 and ETF2, respectively, are marginally suitable for rootcrops and the middle to steep phases of Tala, steep portion of Pook and Mt. Cristobal which have a total of 564.77 has are not suitable for rootcrops.

Soil Suitable for Pasture and Tree Crops

Abo Loam (AbB) which is 1,348.57 has or 48.3% of the total land area of Rizal is highly suitable for pasture and tree crops.   Barangay Entablado which has AbD1 soil unit and occupies 263 has or 9.4% to total is moderately suitable for this type of crops.  The upper phase of Tala which is 22% or 612.66 has is marginally suitable.  The middle to steep phase of Tala, steep portion of Pook and Mt. Cristobal with a total of 565.77 has or 20.3% of the total land area of Rizal are not suitable for pasture and tree crops.

Soil Suitability for Forest Trees/Industrial Tree Plantation

The Abo Loam (AbB) with 1,348.57 has or 48.3% of the total land area is highly suitable for forest trees and industrial tree plantation.  This type of soill unit is located at the level to nearly level area of Rizal.  Barangay Entablado and Tala (upper phase) with a total of 875.66 has or 31.8% of the total area are moderately suitable for this type of crops.  Steep phase of Tala and Mt. Cristobal with a total of 348.97 hectares or 13.8% to total area of Rizal are marginally suitable.  And middle phase of Tala and steep portion of Pook with area of 180.80 hectares or 6.5% to total area of Rizal, are not suitable for forest trees/industrial tree plantation


Natural Springs

The municipality of Rizal has mainly  good sources of groundwater reserves, numerous  shallow wells, and natural springs.  Most of the water used for domestic consumption come from natural springs at San Miguel in Barangay Pook where its main reservoirs are located.   Groundwater reserves and shallow wells were also found to be fit for domestic use, thus, water supply has not been a recurring problem of the municipality.


The municipality of Rizal has river system namely: the Mayton and May-it River.  The Mayton river is located at the southern part of Rizal and has its source between Barangay Tala and Pook traversing Barangay Tuy, Pauli #1, and Antipolo at the right side of the river and Barangay Tala at its left side down to Calibato Lake, thus,  making barangays the main tributaries of the said lake excluding  the creek at  Barangay Talaga.  May-it river, in the other hand, has its main source at Nagcarlan, Laguna where it traverses Barangay Pook, Laguan, Pauli 1, Pauli 2, and Entablado making these barangays a tributary of Laguna Lake where this river is directed.  These rivers are also used for bathing, laundry, and irrigation.  Some use it as a dumpsite for solid wastes and livestock wastes such as those poultry and piggery


Calibato Lake is located within San Pablo City, Barangay Tala and Barangay Antipolo.  An approximate portion of 41.25 has been in Rizal and it is mainly used for fishing activities.   Fish cages were built along the lake and fishermen are mostly producing tilapia.

Water Resources

The main source of water in the municipality come from various natural spring which is mainly located at San Miguel (Pook) and others are located in Barangay Entablado (1) and Sitio Malaseña in Tala.  Most have reservoir unit and some have motorized pumps and pressurized water tanks.

Land Capability Classification

Land Capability Classification is attributed to physical and chemical characteristics.  Moreover, six (6) factors were considered in determining its land capability classification. These are:

    • Limitations
    • Slope
    • Flooding hazard
    • Erosion condition
    • Drainage condition
    • Soil permeability

Based on the above mentioned conditions, two land capability classes were identified:

  • Land Suitable for Cultivation
  • Land Limited to Pasture

Approximately 1,467.45 has or 52.9% of the total area of Rizal has Class A or very good land.  This area can be cultivated safely with only simple but good farming practices.  Because it is in a flat and low lying area, there is no apparent erosion.  Its basic soil type which is the Lipa Loam, has high soil permeability, therefore it allows slight flooding as its only limitation.

Approximately 487.5 has or 17.5% of the total area were classified as good land which is Class B.  This area can be cultivated safely but will require easily applied farming practices due to its slight erosion condition.  However, this area has no flooding hazard due to its well-drained and highly permeable soil type.

Class C which is a moderately good land is about 534.33 has or 19.2% of Rizal requires careful farm management and complex conservation for safe cultivation.  With its slope of 8-15%, this area has been limited due to moderate erosion potential.  However, it does not incur flooding due to its gently sloping to moderately undulating area and its well-drained soil condition.

About 291.67 has is classified as Class D or Fairly Good Land which are lands limited to pasture.  Class D land is located at a slope level of 15-25% where this area may suffer from severe erosion potential.  Therefore, it requires very careful management and complex conservation for safe cultivation.  This area is best suited for tree crops and forage crops.  This area has no flooding hazard due to its slope, well-drained and highly permeable soil characteristics (Mountain Soil)

On the other hand, lands limited to pasture of forest and require careful management because this area is steep and very severely eroded, shallow and rough for cultivation.  This area is in severely sloping and rolling land with 25% and above level of slope.  There is no flooding hazard, well-drained and highly permeable soil characteristics (Mountain Soil). Moreover, it occupies the steep portion of Barangay Tala to Mt. San Cristobal.

1. Basic Information

  • Legal Basis                           Executive Order No. 58
  • Population                              15,464
  • Land Area                              2,790 hectares
  • Voting Population                 9645
  • Number of Barangay            11
  • Income Class             5th Class
  • LGU Income and its sources

IRA                  20M +

RPT                  1M +

  • Growth Rate
  • Average HH size       –           4


Political Subdivision:

Congressional District:  3rd District

No. of Barangay:  Eleven (11)

Physical Features:

Land Area: 2,790 has


North:  Calauan, Laguna

South: Dolores, Quezon

East:   Nagcarlan, Laguna

West:  San Pablo City, Laguna

Land Uses:


Built-up Area                            154.439

Residential                                39.899

Commercial                              0.603

Institutional                               2.151

Industrial                                    0.957

Open spaces                              96.616

Parks/playground                   0.477

Grassland/pasture lands     95.306

Cemetery                                       0.833

Infrastructure Facilities        19.768

Agriculture                            2580.789

Forest                                           17.259

Special Use                                 37.676

Agro-Industrial                           6.726

Lake                                                23.450

Tourism                                           7.500


Generally (flat, rugged, rolling Hills, Mountainous) Flat terrain

Major Rivers/Lakes/Mountains:

* Mayton River

* May-It River

* Calibato Lake

* Mt. San Cristobal

Social Sector


Total Population                       :

Male-Female                               :

Population Density                   :

No. of Households                     :

Average Household Size          :          

Birth Rate                                       :

Death Rate                                      :

Religion and Culture %

Major Denominations

1.  Roman Catholic

2.  INC

3.  Aglipayan

Other Denominations:  Born Again, Baptist, Christian

Dialects:      Tagalog

Ethno-linguistic groups: none

Health Sub-Sector

Malnutrition                  :

Mortality Rate              :

Health Facilities                                    Public               Private

No. of Health Centers                             1 0

No. of Medical Centers                          0 0

No. of Hospitals                                        0 0

No. of Medical Clinics                             0 0

No. of Day Care Centers                         4 0

No. of Centers for the                              0 0

Elderly                                                           1 0

No. of Ambulance                                     1 0

Health Personnel                                   Gov’t.              Private

Employee        Practitioner

No. of Doctors                                           1 1

No. of Nurses                                             1 0

No. of Dentist                                             0 1

No. of Midwives                                        2 3

Others: Sanitary Insp.                            1 0

Education Sub-Sector

Literacy Rate:                           %

Educational Institution:              Public               Private

No. of Pre-schools                   4 3

No. of Elem. Schools               3 2

No. of High Schools                 1 0

No. of Colleges                           0 0

No. of  University                     0 0

No. of Vocational Schools     0 0

Current Enrollment                    Public               Private

Elementary                               1,885 120

High School                              1,086 0

Tertiary                                         0 0

Teacher-Student Ratio  Public               Private

Elementary                               1:55 1:15

High School                              1:60

Housing Sub-Sector

Income: Amount of Annual Income

(Excluding IRA)

IRA Share:

Income Classification:


Labor Force population :

Employment Rate

Major Fields of Employment

% of Employed             Population

1.  Employed

2.  Businessman

3.  Self-Employed

Other fields of employment


Major Crops                Annual              Area

Production                    Planted


1.  coconut

2. Lanzones

3. Banana

Other Crops:


Livestock                     Population                    Annual

Meat Production


1. Cattle                            61

2. Swine                        2,590

3. Poultry                     1,450

4. Carabao                       48


Horse                              332

Dogs                                 548


Fishing Ground: Calibato Lake, Fish Ponds

Fish Ponds:

Annual Fish Production:

Major Species Catched/Harvested:


Forestry and Mining

Forest Area: hectares

Mineral Reserves hectares

Major Forest Products             MT

Annual Production

  1. Coco-Lumber
  2. Bamboo
  3. ___________                   

Forest and Mining Businesses


Trade and Industry

Major Industry Products:

Candy Factory, Lambanog Making, Slipper making, Stainless Making, coconut Oil Bottling

Existing Major Business Establishments:

Agri-indistrial establishments such as: piggeries, poultry and copra production

Exports: (latest) P


Major Tourism Attractions:                               Tourism Potentials:

*Rizal Recreation Center                                  *  Sitio Malaseña

*Tereza Verde Resort                                         * Kalibato Lake

*Tala Resort

*Zen’s Resort

Major Hotels/Restaurants:

*Tala Resorts, Hotel and Restaurant

Infrastructure and Utilities

Roads              Nat’l.   Prov.    Mun.    Brgy.

Concrete          10%         100%              7%

Asphalt             90%

Gravel              ____

Earth Dirt         ____ 93%

Total Length     2,978.00


Administrative Classification                  Length

1. Mayton Bridge-Tala             7.5

2. Pook-Nagcarlan-Pook                     21.2

3. Entablado Road                                5.3

Irrigation:No. of Irrigation Structures per type

Concrete and earth fill canal

Total Irrigation farms: 98 hectares

Water Supply:

Major Source of potable water supply:

81.62% of household served

80% of barangays served

Power Supply:

Existing Electric Cooperative

62.56 % of household served

100 % % of barangay served


Types of transportation available

Jeepney and Tricycle

Carabao, Horse

Major transportation Companies



Type           No. of services available

Postal                      1

Telephone              ( 3 ), PLDT, Digitel & PT&T

Courier                    1

Cell Sites                 ( 3 ) SUNCELL, GLOBE & SMART