Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014

Antipolo was named after a tree locally known as
Tipolo (Artocarpus Incisa), which was in abundance
in the area in the early times.

The early written account of the city’s history was
recorded in 1578 by Franciscan missionaries who
came to Christianize the natives, majority of which
are Dumagats. Early records referred to the natives
as Tagal, Indians and Blacks (the aetas). These
missionaries built the church at Boso-boso.

“Antipolo” by Fernando Amorsolo In 1591, the Jesuits replaced the Franciscans in
Antipolo. They built a chapel in Sitio Sta. Cruz.
Among the prominent priests were Fr. Pedro Chirino and Fr. Francisco Almarique. The same year,
the first homily in Tagalog was delivered in a mass celebrated at a place that is now known as the
“Pinagmisahan.”

During that time, the virgin forest of Antipolo covered most of its mountain ranges with various
tropical trees and wild life. There are many springs supporting several waterfalls, the most popular
of which is the Hinulugan Taktak.

By 1601 there are about 3,000 Catholics residing in Antipolo. About the same period, the number
of Negritos significantly dwindled, moving deeper into the mountains. The missionaries tried to
bring them back to the village by offering to them fertile lands to till. Father Almarique gave them
all the services the Church can provide. The congregations known as La Anunciata, composed of
students and inhabitants, continued their unified devotion to the Blessed Virgin by consistently
celebrating the Feast of the Anunciation.

On March 25, 1626, Governor Juan Niño de Tabora brought to the country the image of the Virgin
from Acapulco, Mexico. Before he died, he entrusted the image to a Jesuit Priest with the
instruction to bring it back to the Antipolo Church. Tradition has it that the image was installed at
Sitio Sta. Cruz and was said to have disappeared several times but was recovered each time on a
Tipolo tree. Because of these unusual incidents, it was decided in 1632 to erect a church at that
place under the administration of Fr. Juan de Salazar.

In 1639, the Chinese revolted to protest the increase in taxes reaching the village of Antipolo. As a
result, the church was burned to the ground by the rebels. Miraculously, the image was untouched.
The Virgin was taken to Sitio Ginapao and then brought to Cavite upon orders of the Governor
General. It stayed in Cavite for 14 years.

Ten years from the said incident, the image was renamed Virgin of Peace and Good Voyage. It
was brought five more times to Acapulco, Mexico before it rested permanently in the town.

In 1650, the village of Antipolo became a town.

In 1725, in a letter of Fr. Fray Gaspar de San Agustin, two Filipino secular priests were
commended as being comparable to any European priest. One of them was Don Bartolome
Saguinsin, a native of Antipolo, who became a rector of Quiapo District (outside Manila Walls).

By 1850, the town was still part of the Province of Tondo. The Province was divided in two,
wherein some towns were placed under Manila while others were placed under the District of

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Morong. In 1853, Antipolo was formally placed under the district then known as Los Montes de
San Mateo, and later named as the District of Morong in 1857. The recollect priest took over the
parish of Antipolo in 1864.

It was during these years that the Virgin of Antipolo gained thousands of devotees. Devotees from
Manila and nearby towns and provinces flocked to Antipolo on foot along mountain trails and
springs. Most of them are fair-skinned (the Tagalogs). Some frequent visitors stayed and made
Antipolo their homes. Among the devotees were the young Jose Rizal and his mother.

Tradition put it that when pestilence hit Antipolo, Cainta and Taytay, the Virgin of Antipolo was
taken to what is now known as Pinagmisahan. A mass was celebrated there and prayers to Jesus
Christ were offered to stop the epidemic.

On December 27, 1874, Juan Sumulong was born to spouses Policarpio Sumulong (then Capitan
Municipal of Antipolo) and Arcadia Marquez. In the following year, Hacienda de Pinugay was
placed under the jurisdiction of Boso-boso by a Royal Decree.

When the Filipinos rose in revolt against the Spaniards, many Antipoleños joined the rebels. They
had an encounter with the Spanish soldiers at Mt. Makatubong, a mountain within Antipolo. Juan
Sumulong became the secretary of the revolutionaries in the Province.

Two months after Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo
declared the Philippine Independence on June
12, 1898 in Kawit, Cavite, Antipolo formally
joined the revolutionary government and it
was made the capital of Morong. But when the
country was occupied by the Americans on
June 4, 1899, the revolutionary government
was transferred to the town of Tanay.

After the civil government was restored in
1901 by the Americans, Valentin Sumulong
became the first Presidente (Alkalde) of the Main road to Antipolo Church, 1898
town. The province of Morong was renamed
Rizal Province and some of the towns near Manila were made part of the Province.

In 1903, Antipolo, Teresa and Boso-boso were joined under Act No. 1942 with Antipolo as the
center of government.

On March 27, 1903, the Philippine Commission ratified Act No. 703 granting the Manila Railroad
Company a franchise to operate a railway in Antipolo. The railway was constructed in 1906 which
traversed from Pasig up to Taytay-Cainta. Religious devotees walked from the end of the railway
to Antipolo and the more affluent were carried by hammocks called “Hamaka”. The first train to
reach Antipolo traveled on December 24, 1908.

The next Presidentes of the town were Tranquilino Idan and Severino Oliveros. During their
incumbencies in 1908, Juan Sumulong was appointed as the first judge for land registration and
later as a member of the Philippine Commission.

Francisco Dimanlig and Ambrocio Masangkay also became Presidentes of the town. In 1913, the
Sitios of Mayamot and Bulao became part of Antipolo. After them, Roberto de Jesus, Federico
Asuncion and Sixto Pedracio served as Presidentes of Antipolo.

The people of Antipolo live a simple and traditional Filipino lifestyle. Their culture and tradition
include the celebration of many religious and cultural festivities such as the Kapitan at Kapitana on

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Easter Sunday, the night serenades, the bayanihan, the
praying of the Angelus, the reading of the passion of Christ
during the Lenten Season, and festivities on May and June.
The association known as the Nuestra Señora Dela
Anunciata was established many years back to
commemorate many of these old traditions.

On January 1, 1919, Teresa was segregated from Antipolo
by virtue of Executive Act No. 57.

Not long after, roads were built connecting Taytay and
Antipolo Church Pilgrims, early 1900s Antipolo and public transportation became available. When
Cornelio Lawis became mayor of the town, he improved
the roadways by putting stones over them.

The first town hall was erected in 1925 during the incumbency of Mayor Jose Carigma. During this
time, Juan Sumulong was elected senator under Partido Demokrata and Marcelino Santos
succeeded as mayor of Antipolo.

On November 27, 1927, the Virgin of Antipolo was brought and crowned at Luneta for the first
time.

In 1929, German San Jose (Gerry Brandy) of Malate, Manila, composed the song “Antipolo” (Tayo
na sa Antipolo) which immediately made national attention.

In 1930, Pascual Oliveros became mayor of Antipolo and electric services reached the town
proper.

Still in the 1930s, Juliana F. Torres, Serapio H. Santos, Gabriel Francisco, Clemente V. Rivera,
Konsehal Juan Torres, Sr. Honorato B. Aranda, Briccio Reillo and Eusebio Simeon rose to
prominence in the field of education.

It was also during this period that the Maytime Fiesta Pavilion at General Luna Street and the
Hinulugan Taktak Hotel at San Jose Street were erected.

During the Second World War (1941–1945), many able-bodied men from Antipolo joined the
Philippine Scout and the USAFFE to fight in the bloody battle of Bataan.

Two guerilla units continued the struggle during the Japanese occupation. They were the “Hunters
ROTC” under Miguel Ver and Terry Adevoso and the “Marking Fil-American Troop” which was
established and led by Marcos Villa Agustin, more popularly known as Brig. Gen. Agustin Marking.

Many inhabitants were tortured and killed by the Japanese, among them are: Mayor Pascual
Oliveros and son Reynaldo, Padre Eusebio Carreon, Padre Ariston Ocampo, Sis. Ma. Elizabeth
Cagulanas, RVM, Sis. Ma. Consuelo Recio, RVM, Antonio Masangkay, and Alfonso Oliveros.

The liberation of Antipolo from the Japanese forces was bloody and devastating. On February 17,
1945, Antipolo was heavily bombarded by American planes. In the midst of widespread
conflagration and heavy civilian casualties, the people of Antipolo evacuated to Sitio Colaique,
then to Angono, Santolan and Marikina. They brought with them the Virgin of Antipolo which was
courageously carried by Procopio Angeles.

The bombings from March 6-7, 1945 destroyed the church building. After twelve days of battle, the
American 43rd Infantry Division liberated the town on March 12, 1945.

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the people built a temporary church and returned the Virgin from Quiapo Church to Antipolo on October 15. Msgr. a national committee was formed to undertake a nationwide fund raising campaign to build the Cathedral of Antipolo. It was about this time that the religion of Iglesia Ni Kristo came to Antipolo. Only a few continued to work on the fields. Oliveros was re-elected Municipal Mayor with Felix B. The committee was headed by the former First Lady Aurora Quezon and Padre Francisco Avendano. The Sumulong Highway was constructed and the people from outlying towns migrated and occupied the hills and mountain sides. was constructed traversing the mountains of Antipolo. The natural springs and tributary creeks of the Hinulugan Taktak were littered. 1947. the road from Kay Tikling to the Cainta Junction was opened and the first residential subdivision in Antipolo. Tres and Cuatro were renamed Barangay San Roque. Jose R. the Beverly Hills Subdivision. then known only as Uno. followed by the Antipolo Municipal High School and the Our Lady of Peace School. March 22. Cogeo Village came to being and a large portion of the town was proposed for Lungsod Silangan. Jose Lawis and Leoncio Anclote. better known as Marcos Highway. 1908 Pinagmisahan to the Church. An area in the town proper which used to be a railroad station became popularly known as “siyete y media” because the first houses were seven and a house remained halfway finished. the first procession of the Virgin of Antipolo. On November 11. The civic organizations at that 4 . Little by little. Led by Mayor Manuel Serranillo. Trinidad S. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The people returned to the town and slowly rebuilt their lives from the ashes of war. The barrios. 330 of then President Elpidio Quirino. The Juan Sumulong High School under Mrs. The construction of the Municipal Town Hall was completed in this time. The same year. was held starting at the hills of sloping cuts. Jornacion was established. was inaugurated. Marinas as the Vice Mayor. Hinulugan Taktak was proclaimed a national park under Presidential Proclamation No. In 1958. On May 6. The people gallantly rebuilt their homes and their lives. Lorenzo Sumulong was elected Congressman and the construction of the Circumferential Road began. San Jose. led by Antipolo hill section. In 1960. Gaudencio Rosales became the parish priest of the Catholic Church. Dos. In 1948. civilization overtook the culture of the residents. The Antipolo Elementary School became the Juan Sumulong Elementary school and several school annexes were established with their own school principals. On January 14. San Isidro and Dela Paz. the poblacion widened. Francisco Sumulong was elected Congressman of the Second District of Rizal. On June 15. Devotees started to flock to the town again. Padre Francisco Avendano. Mayor Isaias Tapales was inaugurated as Mayor of the town. 1945. the Bishops of the Philippines proclaimed the Cathedral of Antipolo as the official shrine of the Virgin of Antipolo. In the 1970s. affecting the falls itself. 1952. the Marikina-Infanta Road. 1954. Even the native traditions were threatened. Wild animals which used to live in the forest and mountains slowly disappeared because of the denudation of the forests. Widening and Padre Francisco Avendano. 1947. The same year.

1983. On February 13. By 1995. then President Fidel V. Marinas remained as Vice Mayor who later on became the OIC after the death of De Jesus. son of the illustrious Filipino Senator Lorenzo Sumulong. Victor Sumulong. On April 04. Rodrigo Ambas. Angelito C. Kiwanis Club of Antipolo. Following its new status. Gungon. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 period were: the Lions Club. When the EDSA revolt broke out in 1986. he became the first bishop of the diocese. Before the elections on January 18. Marinas was replaced as OIC by Dr. 5 . the town officials were replaced. Antipolo Foundation for Arts Culture and Ecology. D. Garcia. Mayor Daniel S. 1990. 1987 remained as Mayor of Antipolo until the expiration of his term in 1998. The most Rev. Garcia was elected in 1988 and Excursionists going to Antipolo. Republic Act No. the population census of Antipolo revealed a stunning 345. making the Municipality of Antipolo into a component city of the Province of Rizal. Meanwhile. the voters of Antipolo ratified in a plebiscite the new political status of Antipolo as a City. Named officer-in-charge was Francisco de Jesus while Felix B. 1998. Ramos signed into law the bill jointly sponsored by Congressmen Gilbert “Bibit” Duavit and Egmidio “Ding” Tanjuatco. After President Corazon Aquino was installed as President of the revolutionary government.D. many residents joined the people’s revolt at EDSA. was elected Congressman of the lone congressional district of Antipolo.000 population. assumed the position of parish priest of the town and when the Diocese of Antipolo was created on June 25. Protacio G. Gatlabayan was elected first City Mayor of Antipolo and Agripino G. 1988. among others. 1998. Francisco Sumulong and Emigdio “Ding” Tanjuatco were elected representatives to Batasang Pambansa. Inc. 8508 became the Charter of the City of Antipolo. as his Vice Mayor. in the election held on May 11. Rotary Club. Antipolo Cultural and Historical Society. Hinulugan Taktak was declared a national historical shrine under republic Act 6964 sponsored by then Congressman Francisco “Komong” Sumulong on September 18. 1998..

on the southeast by the towns of Tanay. and from Cainta/Taytay via Ortigas Extension. Map 2. Road Networks going to Antipolo City Source: City Planning and Development Office 6 . The Poblacion or city-center is 29. extends eastward to Quezon Province through the Marikina-Infanta Road. Antipolo can be accessed from Marikina City via the Sumulong Highway. Teresa and Baras. on the southwest by the towns of Taytay and Cainta. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Antipolo is located in the northern half of Rizal Map 1. and on the east by Quezon Province. It is bounded on the north by the municipality of Rodriguez. It lies between latitudes 14° 32' and 14°45' north and longitudes 121° 6' and 121° 24' east.3 kilometers from Metro Manila. Quezon City via the Marcos Highway. on the northwest by Marikina City and San Mateo. Vicinity Map of Antipolo Province. extends to the Poblacion from Cubao. close to its meridional center.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 3. Antipolo City 7 . Barangay Boundary Map.

11 13 Dalig 406.69 4 Cupang 568.504. Table 1.23 5 Inarawan 959.44 *Note: Numbers 17-22 are areas currently outside of the political jurisdiction of Antipolo but historically belonging to Antipolo. Antipolo comprises 16 barangays namely: San Roque. Cruz. Bagong Nayon and Muntindilaw. Cruz 725. Inarawan.).21 15 Bagong Nayon 301.34 20* De la Paz 196.581. Plateaus of over 200 meters above sea level are seen in the western half of the study area. Calawis (5. In the Mountains seen in Boso-Boso.76 17* San Jose (Baras side) 4. Dela Paz.568 has.99 9 Mayamot 540.48 18* San Jose (San Mateo side) 1.70 12 Muntindilaw 473.504.44 hectares is equivalent to 29.74 10 San Luis 502. San Luis. San Jose.12 3 San Juan 3. Well- watered valleys are located in the middle of the City and in the northern and southern edges. Cupang.581 has.25 8 De la Paz 597.787 has.99 11 San Isidro 479.52 7 San Roque 723.54 21* Mambugan 70.935. Beverly Hills. Calawis. Antipolo eastern half. including the site of the Poblacion and portions of Brgy.34 22* Cupang 70. Antipolo also has a historical claim of a portion (556 hectares) of Brgy. these are seen in Brgy. San Juan.34 16 Beverly Hills 28. 8 .90 6 Sta. Calawis and San Jose overlooking the Boso-Boso River Valley to the west.). Inez. Cupang and San Juan. Sta. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Antipolo City has the second largest land area in Rizal Province next only to Rodriguez. San Isidro.). Mayamot.) and Cupang (1.28 Total 38. Mambugan. Barangays with large areas are San Jose (13. Dalig.778. Sta.326.387.327 has.481.77 2 Calawis 5. Source: CPDO The topography of Antipolo may be described as generally hilly and mountainous with the hilly portions lying in the west and the mountainous areas concentrated in the east as part of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.9% of Rizal’s territory. Land Area per Barangay BARANGAY NAME AREA (HA.) 1 San Jose 13.48 14 Mambugan 368. San Juan (2. Its total area of 38.66 19* Calawis 2.

Elevation Map.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 4. Antipolo City 9 .

Brgy.504.504. The cool elevations.767.7 5 500 m 2.44 100. They are good for raising warm lowland crops and for urban development.20 36. at least 500 meters above sea level.86 12.96 17.400.7 3 300 m 6. However.36 8 . Antipolo mid-section of the City.9 7 700 m 622.52 0.046. These elevations are concentrated in the western and southern sections of the City.5 1 100 m 8.505.94 has. ) % 0 <100m 4.25 1. These are found in the northern and eastern edges of the City.05 3-8% 5.0 Source: CPDO Table 3. Table 3 shows that 86.529.2% of the City. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Land areas with 0 to 18% slope comprise 23.18% 14. or 13.76 28.58 18 .16 21.4 9 900 m & up 39. Elevation Categories in Antipolo ELEVATION AREA (has.1 4 400 m 4.344. Above 50% gradients occupy only 288 hectares and occur as patches in the southern and northern portions near the Mountains of SanYsiro.69 30 .0 Source: CPDO 10 . in the center part of the City.43 24. Table 2.1 Total 38.513.6 8 800 m 160.54 11.44 100. or 37. Slope Categories in Antipolo SLOPE RANGE AREA (has.64 3.885.30 % 11.8 2 200 m 9.3% are scattered all over the landscape and is good for silviculture or orchards.86 0.086.095. The moderately sloping portions of these elevations are suitable for temperate vegetables and crops and for tourist resort facilities.2 6 600 m 1.82 hectares or 62 % of the City's total land area.08 14.568.298. total to 5.8%% of the land area of Antipolo is below 500 meters in altitude. areas with slopes from 18% to 25% should be limited to production forest and those with more than 50% slope should be set aside as protection forest. San Juan.57 > 50 % 287. The 18% to 50% slopes totaling 14.18 8.86 has.871.59 7.68 0.256.17 10.040.75 Total 38. They are good for agriculture and urban use and abound in the western half of the City along the Boso-Boso River and the Pintong Bocaue area.50 % 3.) PERCENT (%) 0-3% 4.

clayey limestone and conglomerate. massive and thin to medium bedded in the lower part. tuff. This formation includes the upper member (Buenacop Limestone) and a lower member (Alagao Volcanic). The rock formation is composed mainly of altered spillitic basalt flows with intercalated and highly indurated sandstone. basalt and andesite flows. The Alagao member is a sequence of agglomerate. the frontal collision between the Asiatic and Pacific plates crumpled their edges. This formation occurs in the area of the Poblacion as well as to a great extent in the southeastern portion of the City towards Tanay and the northern middle portion close to Rodriguez. Antipolo The bottom-most rock formation unit found in the City is the Kinabuan Formation. This formation is not very extensive. Consisting mainly of well bedded to massive limestone. The Buenacop Limestone is somewhat fossiliferous cream to buff. biolite. it is associated with thin siliceous layers and limy sandstone partings. The lower clastic fancies are composed of thin strata of calcareous shale. silver. Diorite is an intrusive rock which is sometimes the parent rock of gold. This formation is found extensively in the Sierra Madre Mountains to the east and north-south on the western border of the city. This is evident in the mountains of the Philippines such as Sierra Madre Mountains on whose foothills lie in the City of Antipolo. Its hilly and rugged terrain is a product of diastrophic folding processes that occurred thousands of years ago. 11 . shale and chertz beds. silty mudstone and tuffaceous sandstone. The rock formation above Antipolo Diorite is the Angat Formation. During this period of orogenic processes. found towards the northeast close to the Poblacion and in the north adjacent to Rodriguez. argillite. Randomly scattered are angular cobbles and boulder-size aphanitic. dark greenish gray to charcoal gray fleat. and magnetite. Above the Kinabuan Formation is the Maybangin Formation. indurated graywacked. and copper. It is composed of plagioclase occurring as slender laths and augite interfingerling with plagioclase laths. The diorite varies from light to dark green and medium-to-coarse grained. Basaltic and andesitic dikes are also observed in the formation. Often associated with the Angat Formation is the Madlum Formation. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Antipolo is predominantly a folded area. This consists mainly of metaclastics and minor basic volcanic. Contained in this formation are feldspar. resulting in volcanism and formation of meridional mountain systems marked by synclines and anticlines. In between the Guadalupe and the Medium Formations east of the Poblacion is a small north-south strip of Antipolo Diorite Formation. This formation occurs as a small longitunal strip southeast of the Poblacion and small pocket in the north adjacent to Rodriguez. A more recent rock formation is the Guadalupe. This formation overlies the Kinabuan Formation and consists of thick strata of massive conglomerate. This formation lies towards the east near the Boso-Boso area. Its clastic component is a thick sequence of thin to thick-bedded calcareous sandstone and silty shale with conglomerate at the base. quartz. There is also a basalt flow about 10 meters thick that exhibits crudely arranged pillows and intergranular texture. Path going to SanYsiro.

2000 12 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 5. Antipolo City. Geologic Map.

17 5 Dystropept-Troporthent Association 3.54 12 San Luis Clay 1.706.88 5 Antipolo Diorite 213.383.38 Total 38. Table 4.40 6 Maybangin Formation 499.46 3. Antipolo Table 5.49 8. cobbles and small boulders of the underlying rock type.24 17 Escarpment (Misc.31 0.76 3 Medium Formation 1.186.47 11 Pinugay Clay 3.55 3.11 9.06 15 Tulay clay 274.92 7 Kinabuan Formation 27. Department of Agriculture.39 4 Dystropept-Tropudalf-Tropudult Association 7.383.03 8 Lumbangan Clay 2.247.303.340.99 1. Geologic Formations in Antipolo CODE GEOLOGIC TYPE AREA (HAS) 1 Quatenary Aluminum 1.71 16 Tropudalf-Eutropept Association 1.610.605.S.68 6 Inarawan Clay 3.08 19.335. land Types) 531.504.347. the soils of Antipolo may be classified into the following soil series/ taxonomic names.38 13 San Manuel Clay Loam 13.07 0.92 12.26 6.54 0.17 2 Baras Clay 142.37 3 Binangonan Clay 534.19 9 Marikina Clay 873.97 17.96 2.03 14 Teresa Clay 23.69 7 Inceptisol-Riverwash Association 779.0 Source: CPDO 13 .672.39 0. land types) 4.80 1.14 2 Guadalupe Formation 6.27 10 Philcomsat Clay 1. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The most recent deposit in the City are those identified as Quaternary Alluvium which is composed mainly of sand.504.44 Source: Mines and Geosciences Bureau Based on the morphological approach of soil classification or what is called the 7th Approximation of the U.998. as enumerated in Table 5: Road going to SanYsiro. Soil Mapping Units in Antipolo City SOIL TYPE AREA (HAS) % 1 Antipolo Clay 6.44 100. These are found in the mid- southern section of the city on the alluvial basin of Morong River and northeast of the Poblacion along the Boso-Boso River.90 8.40 4 Angat Formation 227. silt and unconsolidated or poorly consolidated and imported pebbles.22 18 Limestone Rockland (Misc.47 2.94 Total 38.17 3.772.

e. It can be found in Brgy..46 hectares or 3. Mayamot. a good harvest can be derived from it. and brown to dark brown mottles. The Philcomsat Clay series occurs only in one phase in the City and is marked by a 2% to 5% slope. It can be found in the Sta. San Jose.47 hectares or 2.06% of the City’s territory. well- drained and derived from colluvial deposits lying on level to gently sloping intermountain terraces. The “A horizon” is gray. This series has been developed mainly from the alluvium derived from weathered tuffacceous materials and perhaps from deposited bio-chemically weathered products of limestone. thick and has colors varying from gray. With good management practices and sufficient supply of water. The Marikina Clay series occurs in two mapping units.335. Few soft iron-manganese concretion and highly-weathered tuffaceous fragments occur increasingly with depth. This soil series covers 873. San Jose in the mid-southern edge of the City. The soil phase occurring in the City is characterized as non-flodded. The “A horizon” is not more than 40 cm. it is found on nearly level to slightly sloping narrow mini-plains of alluvial landscape. dark brown. Binangonan Clay. Ines area. light gray. It can be found in Brgy.99 hectares and represents 1. manganese and calcium carbonate occur. This series is derived from alluvium parent material and usually has a fine loamy texture. thick. This soil series covers only 13 hectares of the city area. Muntindilaw and Mambugan. The San Manuel Clay Loam occurs only in one soil mapping unit in Antipolo. The “A horizon” may be of loam. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Marikina Clay. Its color ranges from brown to dark brown and dark yellowish brown. with slopes ranging from 0 to 2%. This soil series covers 534. i. This soil is suited to paddy rice but is increasingly converted to urban use. thick and is gray or dark gray in color. a good harvest of palay may be realized from this soil.47% of the City’s area. concretions of iron.39% of the City’s area. Associated with this soil are the miscellaneous land-type riverwash consisting of sand. This soil association occurs in two phases. It is deep and well-drained.31 hectares or 0. In the lower horizons. It covers 23. it is developed from alluvium of volcanic and limestone origin. The color may vary from yellowish brown to 14 . With good management practices. This soil series is a member of very fine montmorillotic clay that is moderately deep to deep and poorly drained soils found on nearly level to gently sloping narrow mini-plains of the alluvial landscape. This soil type is used for rainfed paddy rice and pastureland and occupies 1. the non-flodded and the slightly flodded soil phases. Philcomsat Clay. vegetables and urban uses. greenish gray with strong brown. Poorly drained in character. montmorillonitic clay soils found on the level to gently sloping narrow mini-plains of the alluvial landscape. and grayish brown. from light yellowish brown to brown. This soil is normally used for irrigated paddy rice and as built-up areas.27% of the city area.. Teresa Clay. occurring mostly on gently-sloping river terraces or levees of minor alluvial plains. clay loam or silty loam texture with depth of not more than 50 cm.e. This soil is deep. dark gray to very dark gray and not more than 40 cm. this alluvium- derived soil has “A horizons” which are not more than 30 cm. They can be seen in Brgy. San Jose in the Boso-Boso area. This soil series is found on level to nearly level minor alluvial plains. They occur in Brgy. the 0% to 2% and the 2% to 5% slopes. basalt. yellowish red. Inceptisol-Riverwash Association. The Binangonan Clay series occurs in two phases in Antipolo – the 0% to 2% and the 2% to 5% slopes. The “A horizon” has either a clay or silty clay texture and a depth of not more than 33 cm. gravel and sometimes stone. San Jose in the southern portion of the City.the 0% to 2% and the 2% to 5% slopes. It exhibits a variety of colors. on slopes ranging from 0% to 2 % and can be seen in Brgy. San Manuel Clay Loam. This unit is devoted to diversified crops. andesite and conglomerate from the adjacent hills and mountains fringing the area. The Teresa Clay series is represented by two phases in the City . This soil series is a member of very fine. Somewhat poorly drained and moderately deep. Somewhat poorly drained and clayey in texture. i. This series has been derived from alluvium and is very fine to fine texture.

clay loam or silty clay with few to common gravel-size frock fragments. vegetables. This series covers 6. The San Luis Clay series has two phases in Antipolo. This soil series can be seen in Brgy. thick and is reddish brown to very dark grayish brown in color with dark brown to dark reddish mottles. San Luis Clay. 8% to 5%. Iron and manganese concretions are usually present in the lower horizons. The Antipolo Clay series has three phases in the area – the 5% to 8%. The cover of this soil has been a mixture of grass. 25% to 45% (moderately eroded) and 45% to 65% slopes. Lumbangan Clay. San Jose.54% of the City’s territory. reddish brown clay loam or silty clay loam. The “A horizon” is brown to dark brown. namely. i. clay loam or silty clay loam. Iron and manganese concretions may occur. It covers 142. The “A horizon” is not more than 20 cm. The Lumbangan Clay series occurs as one phase in the City. Calawis and San Jose. Tulay Clay. well-drained soils occurring on upper rounded volcanic hills and ridges with slopes ranging from 15% to 65%. These phases occur in Brgy.54 hectares or 0. 5% to 8%. The 15% to 20% slopes have been covered with cogon. The “A horizon” which ranges from 10-20 cm. This soil of basaltic origin is shallow and well- drained and occurs on undulating to rolling hills and ridges with localized valleys of the volcanic footslopes. reddish brown or yellowish brown clay. the 0% to 2% and 2% to 5% slopes. dark brown. This is a 15 . These phases can be seen extensively in the western barangays of the City. San Jose. 8% to 15% and the 25% to 45% slopes. This soil series of shale origin is moderately deep to deep. or 0. thick and is brown to dark brown.37% of the total City area. San Juan. Partially and highly-weathered rock fragments are present and increases in abundance with depth. It can be seen in Brgy.17% of the whole City area. yellowish to brown. the 25% to 45% slope.71% of the size of the City.97 hectares and constitutes 17.303. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 strong brown and dark brown. Pinugay Clay. Calawis and San Jose. well-drained and occurs in undulating to rolling volcanic hills and ridges with localized valleys. It occupies 274. It occurs in Brgy. well-drained and occurs in undulating to rolling volcanic hills and ridges with localized valleys of the volcanic footslopes. The other two phases of higher slopes have been supporting patches of fruit trees.e. thick and is brown to dark brown. well-drained and occurs in undulating plateaus derived mainly from the weathered product of basalt and andesite. The “A horizon” is 10 to 25 cm. San Jose and San Roque. root crops and patches of fruit trees.96 hectares or 2.39 has. scrubland and grassland vegetation. The Pinugay Clay soil series is represented by four phases in the study area: 15% to 25%.11 hectares or 9.672. Baras Clay. This soil series covers 3. It can be seen in the southern edges of Brgy. The 8% to 15% slopes have been utilized for non-irrigated paddy or just pasture grassland. deep is brown to dark brown or yellowish brown clay.03% of the City’s area. Portions of this soil suffer from slight to moderate erosion. It is derived from basalt parent material. 25% to 45% (slightly eroded).. reddish brown or dark reddish brown. The Baras Clay series is represented only by one phase in Antipolo. It occupies 779. This soil series is moderately deep to deep. The Inceptisol portion has usually supported diversified crops but the riverwash has no agricultural value. 15% to 25% and the 25% to 45% slopes. This soil of basaltic origin is deep. This soil mapping unit has been covered with shrubs and grass. It is usually deep. grass and shrubs.17 hectares or 3. the 25% - 45% slope. San Luis. It covers 1.610. Antipolo Clay. shrubs. San Isidro. The Tulay Clay soil series comes in five phases in the City — the 2% to 5%. The “A horizon” is usually not more than 30 cm. dark reddish brown. This soil series is vegetated with grass and patched of fruit trees.38% of the City. The higher slopes have supported second growth forest and cogonal grassland.

Limestone Rockland. it can be found extensively occurring in Brgy. other grasses.26 hectares and constitutes 6. It covers 3. dark reddish brown clay with an “A horizon” of not more than 17 cm. This portion covers 4. cogon and grasses. It has a strong brown. Tropudalf-Eutropept Association. limestone boulders.49 hectares and makes up 8. and derived from volcanic tuff or adobe. It has a dark red.80 hectares or 1.383. This soil association occurs as one phase in the City – the 45% to 65% slope category. this mapping unit has been mainly covered with cogon. Due to its steep topography. The soils in this association are shallow to deep. Escarpment.247. thick. They cover 531. the 45% to 65% slope. shrubs and patches of trees. Like other associations. Aside from lying on steep slopes. banana. They have been mostly covered with grasses. This extensively distributed mountain soil covers 7. This extensive soil mapping unit is vegetated with shrubs..55 hectares or 3. Calawis and San Jose. The lower sideslopes are covered with papaya. It covers 3.Tropudalf. this soil mapping unit has been covered with cogon.706. San Juan and San Jose. dark yellowish brown. This miscellaneous soil type is seen in the part of the City surrounding the undulating basaltic plateau in the Sta.Tropudult Association. The soil is shallow and occurs only as small patches between boulders. thick. 16 .92 hectares or 12. it is slightly or moderately affected by erosion. well-drained and occur in very steep.38% of the City’s land area. This miscellaneous land type consists of isolated limestone hills in the western portion of Brgy.68% of the City area. as well as secondary forest.19% of the total land area. San Jose and Calawis. The soils in this association are shallow to deep. well- drained. It is extensively distributed in Brgys. dark grayish brown clay horizon not more than 20 cm. They are of basaltic origin and lie above 400 meters above mean sea level. patches of fruit trees and root crops. Dystropept. stones and cobbles.22% of the total City area. San Jose. Except for some areas planted with patches of fruit trees. This soil association occurs as one phase in the City . The Inarawan Clay soil series is represented by the 25% to 45% slope category in Antipolo. This soil is deep.17% of the whole City area.e. This type of soil occupies 1. They occur on the rolling steep and moderately dissected volcanic mountains marked by rounded crest. The soil is shallow to moderately deep with scattered stones and boulders. other grass and shrubs. of basaltic origin. well-drained and occurs on slightly to moderately dissected upper plateaus of a volcanic hill landscape. This soil series occupies 2. This extensive soil association occurs as one phase in the study area.the >45% slope. highly dissected volcanic hills marked by angular crests and basaltic bedrock. This kind of soil is observed in Brgy.347. Ines area and around the Antipolo plateau.383. these soils are found on elevations of more than 400 meters above sea level.08 hectares and constitute 19. Dystropept-Troporthent Association. Inarawan. They lie on elevations of more than 400 meters above sea level. The soil in this association is moderately deep to deep.340. highly dissected mountain ridges with sharp crests. bushes and secondary forest. dark brown. well-drained soil occurring on very steep. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 moderately deep to deep. They are further characterized by exposed limestone bedrock. It is present in Brgy.90 hectares or 8. Mostly. San Jose. Inarawan Clay.24% of the City area. i. and shrubs.69% of the City’s area. well-drained and derived from weathered volcanic mountain ridges marked by limestone cappings.

Soil Map.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 6. 2012 17 . Antipolo City.

which is marked by two distinct seasons – the wet season from May to December and the dry season from January to April. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Based on the PAGASA (Philippine Atmospheric. Geophysical and Astronomical Service Administration) or Corona's climate classification system. Map 7. Antipolo has a Type I Climate. Tanay. The warm southwest monsoon wind brings rain to the City after gathering moisture from the Indian Ocean. The main climatic control operating in the climate of the area is the monsoon wind system. while the cool northeast monsoon moves as a dry wind and comes even drier after crossing the Sierra Madre geographic barrier. 18 . these are described based on the ten-year (1971-1980) readings at the PAGASA-maintained climatic station in Brgy. Cuyambay. This is the climatic station that is closest to Antipolo and can therefore safety represent the area’s climatic conditions. Coronas Classification of Climate In terms of more specific rainfall and temperature characteristics. Rizal.

Furthermore. Temperature Graph of Antipolo.worldweatheronline. The Ten-Year Monthly Rainfall data indicate that the rainy months are from June to January while the dry months are from February to May.1 Rainfall Figure 1. along with those of the southwest monsoon and the typhoons. 2000-2012 Source: http://www. which allows a relatively long cropping period. account for the heavy seasonal rainfall.6.6. During the four dry months. This season. the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is near the area and this climatic control. the northeast monsoon is prevalent.2 Temperature Figure 2. making the hilly unirrigated portions of the City agricultural inactive. 1.aspx The rainfall regime in the area is influenced by the monsoon that causes a seasonal variation in precipitation. during this time of the year.worldweatheronline. is accompanied by local thunderstorms and cyclonic storms (typhoons).com/Antipolo-weather-averages/Quezon/PH. During the eight wet months.aspx 19 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 1. 2000-2012 Source: http://www.com/Antipolo-weather-averages/Quezon/PH. Average Rainfall Graph of Antipolo. the southwest monsoon is prevalent.

588. The months with somewhat higher temperatures are from April to October. the northern hemisphere tilts towards the sun and therefore. During this period. is uniformly high. Ines is iron ore of which there are 33. Antipolo possesses a significant number and variety of water resources like rivers. which coincides with high-sun period in the northern hemisphere. and diorite – 1. Due to its large size and hilly topography. The nonmetallic minerals and their corresponding estimated volume in million metric tons are pure marble – 471. which is actually lower than the national average of 26.915. This can be attributed to the area's higher elevation.050. Antipolo-Teresa boundary 67. making them easily mineable. with a mean annual temperature of 8. basalt – 29.5 million metric tons. Antipolo is drained by several minor rivers that originate from the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains in the east. they wind their way through the western half of the City and generally flow into the Laguna Lake. the Tagbasan. namely. Antipolo has a number of mineral deposits. attesting to the observation that the year-round temperature in the Philippines and in the tropics. Antipolo City the north-south trending Kaliwa River where the proposed Laiban Dam Project will be constructed to supply water for Metro Manila. cement aggregate – 86. Boso-Boso.0° C. receives the sun's intensive vertical rays. which makes its temperature lower by about 3°C compared to the nearby lower areas of Marikina City. Rising from the eastern uplands. Kamias. these water bodies provide sources of water for domestic and industrial uses as well as for irrigation.5°C while the coolest month is January with a mean temperature of 25.9°C. 20 . Pantay and Ilog rivers. These rivers have their own smaller tributaries.354.566.099. Tulakin. In a relatively water-scarce area. limestone – Limestone Quarry Site. The warmest month is May. In the northeastern tip of the City may be seen a part of the headwaters of Tayabasan River. The other rivers in the City are east-west trending and starting from the north. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The temperature regime of Antipolo does not exhibit great variability. waterfalls and groundwater aquifers.0°C. Nangka.0° C and 33. A metallic mineral found in the northeastern corner of the City near Sta. springs.000. dalcite – 7. for that matter. The temperature of Antipolo ranges from 22. andesite – 3. Pasig City and Quezon City. The diastrophic folding process that produced the Sierra Madre Mountains has brought mineral deposits and made the crustal substructure nearer to the surface. most of which are nonmetallic. streams.

Dela Paz. Furthermore. Malalim in Brgy. Inarawan. San Isidro and Sukol in Brgy. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Aside from the above arteries of natural drainage. Sta. Cupang. Del Bano in Brgy. Dela Paz. Dalig. These springs are the Mainit Spring in Brgy. industrial and commercial establishments. Kubling Kalikasan in Brgy. sodium and calcium ions as organic waste – all of which come from residential. 21 . chloride. Puting Bato in Brgy. San Jose. Cruz. especially in the Ilog Bayan and Pantay River which flow through densely populated areas. It has been observed that water pollution is very evident in Antipolo’s rivers. Bubukal in Brgy. phosphate. Inuman in Brgy. nitrate. Calawis. Most of the common pollutants of both surface water and ground water are sulfate. the latter being a historically well-known bathing and picnic destination for local and Metro Manila residents. there are also springs that people utilize either as sources of water or as tourist attractions. A victim of this is the famous Hinulugan Taktak Falls. there are two waterfalls in the City – the Nagpuso Falls and the Hinulugan Taktak Falls in Brgy.

705 Source: NSO (CPH 2010) and CPDO 22 .061 47.229 SAN ROQUE 28.787 41. San Roque.107 STA CRUZ 29.559 61.563 48.254 DISTRICT II CALAWIS 1.560 MAYAMOT 26.597 MUNTINDILAW 5.337).051 235.185 58. Population Growth per Barangay 1995.979 2.5% (1990-1995) (1995-2000) (2000-2007) (2007-2010) (2011-2020) DISTRICT I BAGONG NAYON 27.978 4.715 45. The smallest population is found in Beverly Hills with 1. 2010 NSO Census.387 36.136 86.131 76.705 in Antipolo Poblacion.305 43. Four barangays comprise the Poblacion or City Center: Brgy.371 48. The most populated barangay in year 2014 is Brgy.038 7. Table 6.824 12.281 76.495 INARAWAN 8.384 350.46% from the 2007 population (633.949 49.259 304.451 TOTAL 345. 2014 CENSUS YEAR BARANGAY 1995 2000 2007 2010 2014 (Projected) AGR: 11.3% for a total of 850.483 9.940 1. San Jose and San Isidro.331 SAN ISIDRO 28.047 45. 2014 Projected Population Results of the 2010 Census of Population and Housing (CPH) by the National Statistics Office (NSO) recorded the City’s population at 677.740 18.672 DALIG 24.026 22.587 327.86% AGR: 4.881 31.068 Subtotal 181.638 411.667 88.996 and Calawis (5.996 DE LA PAZ 38.510 3.672) and Brgy. Dela Paz.512 470.461 235.647 55.040 17. San Jose with 110.607 329.073 61. This is an increase of 6.488 10. With an annual growth rate of 4.187 105.536 55.247 84.842 57.583 8.667 44.626 5.654 SAN LUIS 26.5% from the 2000 population (470.19% AGR: 2.5% after year 2010.025 69.920 MAMBUGAN 23.152 56.488 8.920).1.510 35. 2000.01% AGR: 6.991 39.76% AGR: 4.590 1.784 46.780 61.242 54.337 CUPANG 34.446 72.973 1.222 110.741.737 inhabitants followed by Brgy.675 BEVERLY HILLS 1.971 677.737 SAN JUAN 3.247 60.593 40.805 57.476 1.103 439.922 9.741 850.866 633.252 5.922 45.109 41.866). Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2.050 33.359 37. Dela Paz (76.193 11.343 65.971) and 30. 2010.089 31. 2007.1 Barangay Population. Cupang (105.846 52. March 2014 2014.701 Subtotal 164.431 50. population in Antipolo is projected to increase by 20.771 56.626 SAN JOSE 36.

Population Distribution Map. Antipolo City 23 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 8.

609 Binangonan 238.63%. On the other hand.52% 1990 – 1995 10. 1948-2010 Table 8 shows the historical trend of population growth rate in Antipolo from 1948 to 2010.02% 1970 – 1975 9.23%.436 47.284.897 Taytay 262. the rise in the population of Antipolo is still significant.860 205.1.163 Source: NSO (CHP 2010) 2.27% 1995 – 2000 6.956 Teresa 44. Calawis (District II) with 0.594 280.97% 1980 – 1990 11.19% 2007 – 2010 2.5% Source: NSO 24 .209 102.4 Population Annual Growth Rate of Antipolo. barangays with the least population are Brgy.738 30.90% annual growth rate from 2000-2010.1. Table 7.942 47.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2.525 59. Jala-jala and Baras have the least population in the province.1.538 52.484.485 288. 2007 and 2010 City/Municipality 2007 Population 2010 Population RIZAL 2. On the other hand. Cupang with 12.046 2.06% 1975 – 1980 10. there has been a significant decrease in population from 1995 to 2010. San Jose has the largest percentage of population in District II and in the whole City of Antipolo with 13. The second is Brgy. Brgy.04%.872 Cainta 289.194 Pililia 58.2007 4. Population Annual Growth Rate of Antipolo 1948-2010 YEAR ANNUAL GROWTH RATE 1948 – 1960 9.02%. Brgy Dela Paz has the largest population with 9.46% 2011 – 2020 4. Table 8.524 32. Still.904 Morong 50.61% 1960 – 1970 2.833 311.527 San Mateo 184. Taytay and Rodriguez.86% 2000 .845 Cardona 44.741 Baras 31.2 Barangay Population size percentage In 2010. and is higher than the national average of 1. 2.971 677.255 Tanay 94. Population by City/Municipality in Rizal.840 Angono 97. This is followed by Cainta. In contrast.460 98.3 Total Population by City/Municipality in Rizal Antipolo City had the largest population among the LGUs in Rizal Province in 2007 and 2010. Beverly Hills (District I) with 0. There has been a steady growth in population from 1948 (with the exception of 1960-1970) until the first half of 1995.42%.407 Antipolo 633.414 Jala-Jala 28.931 249.047 Rodriguez 223. and Brgy. In District I.

508 % SHARE 6. Population Growth and Percent Share of Antipolo City to the Population of Rizal 1903-2010 1918 City 1903 Mar.31 Rizal 50.284.876 104. There was a significant rise in the number of inhabitants in Antipolo from 1980 to 1990 when more than one hundred thirty thousand were added to the populace during this ten-year span.1 May 1 Rizal 414. the residents of Antipolo gradually increased until it reached 68.944 68.67 2. From only 3.CALABARZON 6.707.67 3.629 12.1 2000 May.741 % SHARE 9.11 3.39 Quezon 1. Total Population and Annual Population Growth Rates by Region. Province and City 1990.98 7.370.452 9.1 May.719 87.286 6.971 677.624 196.82 4.1 May.2 1939 Jan.840 Antipolo 40.49 Batangas 1.063.320.41 Cavite 1.840 5.238 Antipolo 3.377.075 246.09 million).638 1.218 2. Province and Highly Urbanized City: 1990.07 3. In 1990.27 Source: NSO 25 .392 2.61 1.161 3.1. Antipolo’s residents comprised twenty seven percent (27%) of the Province’s population. Laguna (2.58 2.831 1. Rizal is second in terms of growth rate during this twenty-year span.489 1.49 Rizal 977. 2010 Census of Population and Housing 2.912 205.847 3.77 Source: NSO.4 20.046 2.56 9.135 7.42 8.707.482.448 1. from 2000 to 2010.73 3.578 173.218 2. Table 10.5 Population and Annual Population Growth Rates by Region. The top three most populated provinces in 2010 are Cavite (3.192 555. 2010 The trend of population in CALABARZON from 1990-2010 shows that Rizal Province has gone up from being the fifth most populous province in 1990.63 1975 1980 1990 2007 2010 City 1995 Sept. 2010 TOTAL POPULATION ANNUAL POPULATION GROWTH RATE REGION/PROVINCE/HIGHLY URBANIZED CITY 1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10 1990-2000 2000-2010 1990-2010 REGION IVA .095 63.912 in 1980.691 5.1 1960 Feb.076 6.866 633. to fourth in 2000.604 21.48 million).152. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2.24 2.6 Dec.95 1.598 26.15 1970 May.6 Population Growth of Rizal Province and Antipolo City from 1903-2010 The information on Table 10 shows the increase in the population share of Antipolo City in relation to the total population of Rizal Province.096 345.783 1.740.91 3.965.533 977.534 2.1 1948 Oct.484.05 Laguna 1.955 1.27 12.090.1.448 1. Finally.349.54 6.803 3.1 May.958 307.484. Antipolo’s population became almost twenty one percent of the residents in Rizal.78 Lucena City 150.12 5.232 1.221.286 residents in 1903.872 2.512 470. 2000.76 27.669.3 27.609. Table 9.312.66 million) and Rizal (2.395 2.88 12. 2000.99 4.98 26.348 2.1 Aug.905.58 27.31 2. and finally to third in 2010.476.

736 SAN ROQUE 68.873 73.857 100.999 144.798 1.365 6.484 1.729 95.806 BEVERLY HILLS 2.365 86.560 TOTAL 888.45M).613 DALIG 60.071 89. Manila (1.380 2.786 65.865 MAYAMOT 64.628 73.208 SAN JUAN 11.902 STA CRUZ 72.292 73. the population should reach the one million mark by year 2018. only four cities in the whole country have a population of more than one million: Quezon City (2.369 132.65M).611 68.577 5.016 131.056 137.382 83. 2015-2020 Projected population (average annual growth rate 4.720 120. Per Barangay.060.082 62.226 61.944 DISTRICT II CALAWIS 5. In 2010.277 13.988 928.086 2.886 13.455 76.466 14.858 93.599 DE LA PAZ 80. Caloocan (1.873 INARAWAN 23.586 70.742 82.352 78.3% AGR prescribed by NSO 2.564 71.705 13.397 120.1.8 Population Density Based on the 2010 population of 677.651 6.179 2.891 64.278 2.676 67.761 80.428 115.424 78. then the net population density is 32 persons per hectare.133 69. Based on this calculation.072 14.367 16.303 79. when the 17.828 6.864 69.658 71.876 85.017 76.176 75.928 126.350 81. Table 11.635 12.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2.709 25.950 CUPANG 110.841 Note: The projection is based on the 6.091 6. 26 .820 26.158 12.993 970.999 87.170 MAMBUGAN 63.058 SAN ISIDRO 75.285 66.779 91. The population density for 2014 is 41 persons per hectare.014.465 SAN JOSE 115.976 78.504.5% Annual Growth Rate (AGR).649 74.469 78.215 MUNTINDILAW 12.487 2.989 89.590 126. Antipolo’s net population density is very low compared to nearby cities such as Marikina (228 gross pop density) and Quezon City (161 gross pop density).645 24. Projected Population of Antipolo.109 72.134 11.76M). However.107.748 74.875 SAN LUIS 63.286 85.369 67.7 Population Projection from 2015 to 2020 In projecting the City’s population from 2015 to 2020.219 75.135 1.680 hectares identified as protected areas (Antipolo Forest Land Use Plan) are deducted and only the habitable/alienable and disposable lands are considered.687 137.49M) and Davao (1.984 66.265 70.982 28.818 82.1. Antipolo’s gross population density is almost 18 persons per hectare.197 29.741 and a total land area of 38.5%) BARANGAY 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 DISTRICT I BAGONG NAYON 59.705 15. the National Statistics Office suggested to use a 4.44.

Antipolo City. 2010 27 . Population Density Map.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 9.

Table 13.418 Labor Force 111.200 persons migrate to the City every year. Migration and Natural Increase in Antipolo City.35 Source: Antipolo CBMS 28 .035 Employment Rate 89.36%) as well as high employment rate (91.7%) than female.060 183. Labor Force and Employment Rate.856 63.918 Employed Members of the 56.831 infants is born in the City per year.7% of the increase in population for the past four years (2011-14).5 Migration Rate (%) 61.1.9 45. 2011-2014 Source of Population Growth 2011 2012 2013 2014 Natural Increase (%) 38. The information also shows that there are more male members of the labor force (65.7 34. On the other hand.36 92. Table 12. CPDO The table below shows the Labor Force and Employment Status of Antipolo City based on the 2012 Community Based Monitoring System. Its proximity to Metro Manila and its suitability as a place of residence caused an influx of migrants which comprise an average of 60.5 Source: NSO. an average of 17.615 168. 2012 MALE FEMALE TOTAL Members of Labor Force 120.8 61. The data reveals a high percentage of labor force (91.1 54. Around 23.47 91. Employment rate is also higher among males than females.9 Migration / Natural Increase on Population The population of Antipolo has seen a significant increase in the past several years brought about by urbanization.36%). CHO.3 65.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2.2 38.

Table 14.501 barangay health workers and 1.631 barangay nutrition scholars. as of October 2014 3. Nevertheless.1.705 constituents in year 2014.1. 15 dentists. On the other hand. Antipolo’s proximity to Marikina City and Metro Manila allows easy access to other reputable hospitals and medical clinics.1 Medical and Health Personnel Four hundred ninety three (493) medical and health personnel currently work in the City and barangay government to provide public health services to 850. the City is deficient of 15 doctors. 29 . the existence of the Rizal Provincial Hospital System Hospital-Antipolo Annex and sixty eight (68) private medical clinics/hospitals all over the City can help alleviate the shortage of public health personnel and facilities. medical personnel such as doctors. When needed. 38 sanitary inspectors. medical personnel provide assistance in barangay health stations. City Community Hospital and Antipolo District Hospital. 2014 Health Personnel City Health Office Doctors 28 Nurses 108 Nutritionist 2 Medical Technologist 11 Dentists 13 Sanitary Inspectors 5 Midwives 56 Barangay Health Workers (BHW) 200 Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) 70 TOTAL 493 Source: City Health Office. 1.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. City Medical and Health Personnel. Likewise. Based on the current situation. The plan to build government hospitals will also boost the City’s medical services to its underprivileged citizens.2 Adequacy of Health Personnel Table 15 lists the minimum standards set by the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) on medical and health personnel. 7 nutritionists. 74 medical technologists. Barangay Health Workers (BHW) and Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) are assigned in different barangay health stations. nurses and dentists provide services to the City Health Office. The City has no deficient in public health nurses and midwives.

San Isidro and Dela Paz. San Roque. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 15.3 Public Health Facilities Antipolo City has five (5) Rural Health Units and twenty eight (28) Barangay Health Stations that provide the link between the Center for Health Development of the Department of Health and the Local Government Unit. Social Hygiene Clinic.705 43 -65 population 1: 7. diagnostic centers and other specialized clinics. Doctor 28 850. Brgy.191 Medical Technologist 1:10.254 Barangay Nutrition Scholar 70 850.153 Source: City Health Office.705 1. two (2) in Mambugan and one (1) in Cupang. 30 . Sputum Microscopy Center and Animal Bite Center Table 16.705 43 -13 1:20. Mayamot and the other four (4) hospitals are found in Dalig.705 43 15 1:20.705 1. Cruz. Other health facilities in the City are the Malaria Control Unit.000 population 1: 30. fourteen (14) clinics are located in Dela Paz.000 population 1: 15. 2014 Public Health Facilities Number Rural Health Units 5 Barangay Health Stations 28 Malaria Control Unit 1 Social Hygiene Clinic 1 Sputum Microscopy Center 1 Animal Bite Center 1 Source: City Health Office. four (4) in Bagong Nayon.705 9 7 1:100.705 43 38 1: 20.705 28 15 1: 30.701 1.439 Public Health Nurse 1:20.1. maternity/children.000 108 850. 2014 Existing 2014 Existing Required Deficiency Standards No. On the other hand.353 Barangay Health Worker 200 850. 2014 3. Health Centers.877 Rural Sanitary Inspector 5 850. two (2) in Dalig. City’s Medical and Health Personnel Ratio to Population.382 Dentist 13 850. ten (10) in San Jose. three (3) in Sta. Three (3) hospitals are located in Marcos Highway.337 Nutritionist 2 850.000 population 1: 170.000 population 1: 425.501 1:500 population 1: 4. as of October 2014 3. twelve (12) in Mayamot. Population Ratio No.000 population 1: 65. They are identified as medical clinics.631 1:500 population 1: 12.1.705 85 74 population 1: 77. thirteen (13) in San Roque.701 1.4 Private Hospitals and Medical Clinics There are presently seven (7) private hospitals and fifty one (61) medical clinics providing services to the people of Antipolo.141 Rural Health Midwives (RHM) 56 850.000 11 850.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 10. Antipolo City 31 . Rural Health Units and Barangay Health Centers.

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3.2.1 Leading Causes of Morbidity

Morbidity refers to causes of illness or diseases of people. From 2012 to 2014, Respiratory
Tract Infection has been the most frequent case of illness in Antipolo City. Occurrence of
AURI was the highest case in 2012, then dropped out of the top ten in 2013, and was
number nine in 2014. Meanwhile, Lower Respiratory Tract Infection Skin Disorder is the
number one cause in 2013 and 2014, although the number of cases decreased by 57% in
the recent year. Skin Disorder was in the top two in 2012 and 2013, and top 3 in 2014.

A total of 70,215 persons were treated in the RHUs and BHS in the past two years. Around
46.2% of the patients were male, while 53.8% were female. Likewise, females
outnumbered the males in nine (9) illnesses for each year. The only disease that has more
male patients is pneumonia.

Table 17. Leading Causes of Morbidity for All Ages, Number of Cases, 2012-2014
2012 2013 2014
No
Causes No. Causes Male/Female Total Causes Male/Female Total
Acute Upper Lower Lower
Respiratory Respiratory M: 8,707 Respiratory M: 3,749
1 Infection 18,654 Tract Infection F: 9,899 18,606 Tract Infection F: 4,219 7,968
Skin Disorder M: 2,772 Other M: 2,883
Skin F: 2,869 5,636 Bacterial F: 3,062 5,945
2 Disorder 3,188 Agents
Acute Acute M: 1,451 Skin Disorder M: 1,315
Watery Bronchitis F: 1,679 3,130 F: 1,342 2,657
3 Diseases 1,338
Disorders of M: 845 Fever M: 1,041
Urinary F: 1,525 2,370 F: 1,082 2,123
4 Hypertension 1,333 System
Infectious Bronchitis
Gastroenteritis M: 1,181 M: 857
5 Parasitism 1,285 and colitis F: 1,192 2,369 F: 936 1,793
Musk. Essential M: 760 Influenza M: 830
Skeletal (Primary) F: 1,413 F: 882
6 Disorder 1,084 Hypertension 2,173 1,712
Respiratory M: 1,058 Pneumonia M: 866
7 Pneumonia 974 Tuberculosis F: 1,035 2,093 F: 822 1,688
Pneumonia M: 872 Infectious M: 701
TB F: 923 Gastroenteritis F: 744
8 Respiratory 966 1,795 and colitis 1,445
Viral Infection M: 779 Acute Upper M: 680
F: 940 1,719 Respiratory F: 717 1,397
9 Infection
Soft tissue M: 460 Cough M: 643
10 disorders F: 1,032 1,492 F: 692 1,335
Source: City Health Office

3.2.1.2 Leading Causes of Infant Morbidity

Infant morbidity refers to illness or disease among babies less than one year old. Data from
the past three years revealed that Acute Respiratory Tract Infection was the highest case
among infants in 2012 and 2013 and Acute Lower Respiratory Infection in 2014.
Fortunately, the total number of illnesses was fewer in 2014 (5,751) as compared to the

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previous year (7,057). There were more baby boys who were affected with illnesses than
baby girls in eight out of ten causes of illnesses in 2013 and nine out of ten causes in 2014.
The frequency of patients that were included in the top four illnesses in 2013 decreased in
2014. In contrast, cases of pneumonia, fever, and influenza increased in 2014.

Table 18. Leading Causes of Infant Morbidity, Number of Cases, 2012-2014
No 2012 2013 2014
. Cause No Cause M/F Total Cause M/F Total
Acute Acute M: 2,059 3,892 Acute Lower M: 871 1,635
Respiratory 4,088 Respiratory F: 1,833 Respiratory F: 764
1 Tract Infection Tract Infection Infection
Skin Disorder M: 463 827 Other M: 632 1,221
Skin Disorder 552 F: 364 Bacterial F: 589
2 Agents
Acute Watery Acute M: 336 704 Pneumonia M: 288 509
293 Bronchitis
3 Diseases F: 338 F: 221
Infectious M: 215 381 Acute Upper M: 236 427
Pneumonia 275 Gastroenteritis F: 166 Respiratory F: 191
4 and colitis Infection
Pneumonia M: 210 373 Fever M: 232 423
Bronchitis 227
5 F: 163 F: 191
Viral Infection M: 148 287 Skin Disorder M: 207 389
6 F: 139 F: 182
Fever M: 121 276 Acute M: 195 369
7 F: 155 Bronchitis F: 174
Influenza M: 76 131 Infectious M: 143 275
F: 55 Gastroenteritis F: 132
8 and colitis
Respiratory M: 60 106 Influenza M: 140 257
9 Tuberculosis F: 46 F: 117
Disorder of M: 47 80 Cough M: 115 246
Urinary F: 33 F: 131
10 System
Source: City Health Office

3.2.2 Leading Causes of Mortality

Mortality refers to the incidence of death or the number of deaths in a population. Data
from the City Health Office identifies asthma, hypertensive cardiovascular disease and
pneumonia as the top three causes of death in the City from 2007 to 2013. In the recent
year, hypertension and diabetes was elevated to number one and number three,
respectively, while pneumonia remained at number two.

A positive observation is that the total number of deaths under the top 10 categories has
decreased during the past three years with an average of 1,209 as compared to an
average of 1,644 from 2007 to 2011. This is despite of the significant increase in population
every year. In terms of gender, data in year 2014 recorded more male than female
casualties in eight out of ten categories.

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Table 19. Leading Causes of Mortality for All Ages, Number of Cases, 2007-2014
CAUSES Ave. from 2012 2013 2014
2007-11 Total Causes Total Causes M/F Total
1 Pneumonia 222 239 Acute Myrocardial 285 Essential (primary) M: 178 320
Infarction Hypertension F: 142
2 Myocardial Infarction 183 234 Pneumonia 259 Pneumonia M: 135 215
F: 80
3 Hypertensive 237 203 Hypertensive 234 Diabetes M: 78 152
Cardiovascular Cardiovascular F: 74
Disease Disease
4 Pulmonary 147 151 Cardio Pulmonary 100 Respiratory M: 95 144
Tuberculosis Arrest Tuberculosis F: 49
5 Diabetes Mellitus 156 87 Pulmonary 98 Complications of M: 44 78
Tuberculosis Heart Disease F: 34
6 Lung Cancer 116 76 Sepsis 75 Acute Myrocardial M: 33 60
Infarction F: 27
7 Cardio Pulmonary 121 57 Diabetes Mellitus 75 Hypertensive M: 32 58
Arrest Heart Disease F: 26
8 Asthma 327 54 Cerebrovascular 59 Asthma M: 24 52
accident F: 28
9 Cardiovascular 92 42 Cardiovascular 53 Chronic ischemic M: 28 48
Disease Accident heart disease F: 20
10 Coronary Artery 43 34 Multi-Organ 37 Other septicemia M: 21 47
Disease Failure F: 26
Source: City Health Office

3.2.2.1 Leading Causes of Maternal Mortality

Maternal mortality, according to the World Health Organization, is the “death of a woman
while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy and can stem from any cause
related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management, but not from accidental or
incidental causes.” Data from 2007 to 2014 identified eclampsia (hypertensive disorder of
pregnancy), hemorrhage and sepsis as the most common causes of maternal mortality. On
a positive note, these cases are very few in the City.

Table 20. Leading Causes of Maternal Mortality, 2007-2014
CAUSES 2007 –11 2012 2013 2014
Average No. Total Causes Total Causes Total
1 Hemorrhage 3 2 Pneumonia 2 Eclampsia 3
2 Eclampsia 5 2 Sepsis 2 Abruption 1
Placenta
3 Sepsis 2 1 Cephalopelvic 1 Postpartum 1
Disproportion hemorrhage
4 Infectious Disease 1 Spontaneous 1
Delivery
Source: City Health Office

3.2.2.2 Leading Causes of Infant Mortality

Infant mortality refers to the death of a child before his or her first birthday. Table 21 shows
that that Uterine Infant Death (miscarriage, stillbirths) and pneumonia were the most

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accounting for more than half (53%) of the total. Pneumonia went from second to being the top cause of infant mortality in 2013 and 2014. Number of Cases. The highest number of infant deaths occurred in year 2013. with an average of 32. City Health Office 3. because most infants die of multiple diseases. Number of Cases About 110 infants die every year due to various illnesses. Four out of ten (40.2. Table 22. There were more male than female infant deaths in seven out of ten categories in the recent year. It is important to note that the causes of infant mortality are higher than the actual number of deaths as indicated in table 22. Total Cause Total Cause M/F Total 1 Uterine Infant 20 54 Pneumonia 32 Pneumonia M: 18 32 Death F: 14 2 Pneumonia 24 34 Sepsis 16 Other Septicemia M: 8 14 F: 6 3 Prematurity 12 25 Prematurity 7 Intraurine hypoxia M: 8 13 F: 5 4 Gastroenteritis 8 16 Cardio 7 Premature rupture M: 8 10 Pulmonary of membranes F: 2 Arrest 5 Broncho 6 9 Congenital 6 Retinal Disorder M: 4 5 Pneumonia Heart Disease F: 1 6 Congenital 3 5 Premature M: 5 5 Heart Disease separation of F: 0 placenta 7 Sepsis 8 3 Measles M: 2 4 Neonatorum F: 2 8 Sepsis 10 2 Infectious M: 2 4 Neonatorum Gastroenteritis and F: 2 colitis 9 Heart Disease 2 1 Pneumonitis M: 3 3 F: 0 10 Multiple Organ 6 1 Malnutrition M: 1 2 Failure F: 1 Source: FHSIS Mortality Report. Leading Causes of Infant Mortality. 2007-2014 CAUSES 2007 – 2011 2012 2013 2014 Ave. This could signify the need to give additional medical as well as parental care to infants especially during the first four months. Table 21.5% of infant deaths in the past seven years.5%) babies die at an age of less than 28 days.2. as recorded by the City Health Office. Data from the past two years show that 55% of the casualties are male infants. No. Number of Cases 2006-2014 AGE NUMBER 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Under 28 Days 46 34 50 55 23 46 48 1 Month 6 12 6 8 16 8 14 2 Months 10 10 9 9 6 8 6 Male: Male: 3 Months 6 7 8 9 5 7 12 72 64 35 . Infant Mortality.3 Infant Mortality.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 common reason for infant deaths from 2007 to 2012. A large number of deaths can be observed during the first four months of childhood which comprise 72.

was highest in year 2009.5 3. resulting to an average crude death rate of 3.000 POPULATION 3. On the other hand. The number of births showed stable increase from 2006 to 2009.6% or seven infant deaths for every 1.2.7 3.307 RATE/1.000 persons.7% (37 deaths) per 1.6 3.2.370 17. 4 16 9 Months 6 4 2 5 2 4 1 10 Months 3 5 3 4 1 3 0 11 Months 5 6 3 5 3 7 2 TOTAL 115 95 108 130 73 102 123 135 111 Source: City Health Office 3.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 4 Months 9 4 11 12 5 4 12 5 Months 6 4 2 3 5 6 5 Female: Female: 6 Months 9 3 6 8 3 2 4 63 47 7 Months 6 3 6 6 4 3 3 8 Months 3 3 2 6 .000 population.2 27.224 2. average deaths per year is 2.8 23.611 persons.8 23.826 18.9 Source: City Health Office 3.1 28. The highest incidence of infant mortality was in 2013 which recorded 135 deaths.7 3.560 2.605 2.258 2.4 Crude Birth Rate and Crude Death Rate The table below shows the nine-year trend of births in the City.918 3.000 25.626 19.8 3.313 15.9 21.8 26.180 17. then went up in 2012 and 2014.5 3.6 3. 2006-2014 BIRTH CATEGORY 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL 15. 36 .279 2. Crude Birth Rate. Crude birth rate.693 2. which refers to the number of live child births per 1.2 POPULATION Source: City Health Office Table 24.193 17.8 21.8 3. 2006-2014 DEATH CATEGORY 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL 2. On the other hand. there were 99 maternal deaths recorded for the past nine years.000 population.135 18. Crude Death Rate. decrease in 2010 and 2011.000 population.052 RATE/1.652 2. The average maternal mortality rate is seventy five (75) deaths for every 100.2.2.4 24. The figures for the past nine years showed a slight upward trend in deaths. Table 23.121 18.5 Infant Mortality Rate and Maternal Mortality Rate Data from 2006 to 2014 revealed an average infant mortality rate of 6.

086 11. Birth by Place of Delivery.914 3.429 HOME 6. then in hospitals (37.2 6.3 Other Statistics related to Natality 3.668 births in various places in within the City from 2006 to 2012.402 1.7 POPULATION Source: City Health Office Table 26. Local Civil Registry 37 .8 6. Barangay Health Stations and Lying-in Clinics.3. Births in hospitals and homes increased in from 2006 to 2012.2.000 7. Maternal Mortality Rate.370 17. but a significant drop in number of deliveries is observed in other facilities.499 1. Nevertheless.6 7.1 Birth Place by Place of Delivery The City Health Office and the Local Civil Registry recorded an average of 16.3%).496 Source: City Health Office. Table 27.470 3.000 56 50 118 104 103 68 55 58 67 POPULATION Source: City Health Office 3. the trend changed in the past two years.6%) such as Rural Health Units.3 6.121 17.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 25. 2006-2014 INFANT MORTALITY CATEGORY 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 110 130 124 102 123 135 111 TOTAL 101 97 RATE/1. The data in 2013 and 2014 were very different from the previous years. which is exactly the opposite from 2006 to 2012.310 15.633 5.0 6.399 2. There was no accurate data in 2009 and 2010 which explains their exclusion in this document. the statistics until 2012 showed a steady increase in the total number of birth deliveries. BHS.864 2. as evidenced by a higher percentage in hospital births (62%) as compared to homes (36%).394 7.6 6.785 5.626 17. 2.278 7.130 316 34 72 68 clinics) TOTAL 15.1 6. Infant Mortality Rate.411 10.2.1%) and in other (7.016 1.944 5. 2006-2014 PLACE OF NUMBER DELIVERY 2006 2007 2008 2011 2012 2013 2014 HOSPITAL 6.5 6.720 deliveries. having a much lower average number of 4.210 5. 2006-2014 MATERNAL MORTALITY CATEGORY 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL 18 16 7 13 10 10 6 10 9 RATE/100.999 OTHERS (RHU. Likewise. the highest being in homes (55.286 11.

570 5. However.230 3.8% of children from 0-71 months were covered by the OPT.24% by nurses.183 2.759 7. births attended by midwives. trained hilots and untrained hilots/persons decreased from 2009 to 2014. 2.580 8.372 4.270 2.829 18.668 5.267 2.6% by midwives. deliveries attended by doctors decreased by 31% while those attended by midwives increased by 23%. From 2007 to 2014.316 in the first six years.929 6. Overall.938 5.693 2. 4. 3. which could have been a factor why the number of males was slightly higher than females in all four categories. the City recorded 89. About 6.192 1.880 5.0% are severely underweight and 2. 2006-2014 ATTENDANT 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DOCTORS 7. The OPT serves as a basis in planning and implementing various nutrition program for children like supplementary feeding and provision of vitamins.3. based on the estimated 126.276 UNTRAINED 1.1.370 17. 34% of births are attended by doctors.639 for ages 15-49 in the latest Census on Population conducted by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in year 2010. In the same year.6% are overweight.4 Well-Nourished and Malnourished Children The City Health Office conducts an annual Operation Timbang on preschoolers from age 0- 71 months old in different locations in the City.468 Source: City Health Office 3.745 3.2% are underweight.180 18.2 Fertility Rate Fertility rate refers to the average number of children that would be born alive to a woman during her lifetime if she were to pass through her childbearing years conforming to the age specific fertility rates of a given year.683 5. 31. In these times.1% by trained hilots.149 5.193 births and a female population of 187. Table 28.626 18.957 8.2. 51.696 1. 38 . A female’s fertility rate is from 15 to 49 years old. from year 2009 to 2011.628 TRAINED HILOT 2.158 5. This could possibly a case of more delivering mothers availing the services of private hospitals or government hospitals in nearby cities and municipalities. From 2006 to 2008.6% of those who were weighed are boys. Based on the recorded 18. especially in depressed areas.603 7.842 3.2. delivering mothers who availed of the services of midwives and trained hilots increased.152 1.112 6.2% by untrained hilots and 0.148 number of preschoolers in that year.310 15.364 as compared to the average of 17.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.483 NURSES 43 39 65 38 29 29 1 30 37 MIDWIVES 4.225 4.2% of children who have normal weight based on their age. the fertility rate of Antipolo is 97 livebirths per 1000 women.954 2. an upward trend was seen in births operated by doctors. On the other hand. around 61. Birth by Attendant of Delivery.607 337 306 347 287 74 97 44 TOTAL 15. In 2014.3. The notable decrease in number of births attended can be observed from 2012 to 2014 with an average of only 7.2.261 5.1 Birth Place by Attendant of Delivery Table 28 shows the number of births and the corresponding attendants who delivered the births from year 2006 to 2014. 30.431 6.

271 85.629 Underweight 6.066 F: 37.394 1.558 Classrooms 309 329 377 426 464 495 Source: DepEd Antipolo 39 .231 2. Number of Teachers and Classrooms. teachers and classrooms for the past six years.020 TOTAL 79.982 2.588 F: 1. Seven (7) are located in District I and thirteen (13) in District II.451 3.976 3.463 67.248 70.252 5. The trend indicates a consistent and gradual increase in teachers and classrooms to cope with the increasing number of students.312 M: 3.396 5. there are twenty one (21) public high schools in the City.570 1. Public Secondary Schools. SY 2009-14 14-15 SCHOOL YEAR 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 Public Schools 18 18 21 21 21 20 Teachers 889 941 1.461 900 M: 1.817 77. Public Elementary Schools.677 3.516 90.224 70.173 76.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 29.356 Source: City Health Office 3.765 M: 1.242 F: 1.854 5.724 6. SY 2009-14 SCHOOL YEAR 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 Public Schools 41 42 44 45 45 45 Teachers 1.3.548 1.636 80.1 Public Schools The public education system of Antipolo City presently has forty five (45) elementary schools and twenty (20) secondary schools.015 Source: DepEd Antipolo Table 31.457 Male: 34. The table below shows the number of public schools.349 Classrooms 813 879 915 936 981 1.015 79.088 2.438 660 1.071 2.872 1.003 1.251 Underweight F: 2. Mayamot National High School Table 30. On the other hand.190 Severely 798 1.839 1.361 1.434 M: 39. District I has eleven (11) elementary schools while District II has thirty four (34) schools.317 2.092 1.770 91. Well-Nourished and Malnourished Children.092 Fem: 32.366 2.517 Overweight 2.125 80. Number of Teachers and Classrooms. 2007-2014 Description NUMBER 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2014 Normal 67.757 76.814 1.

Cruz Elementary School 450 District II – A 12 Isaias S.2. Juan Sumulong Elementary School has the highest number of students with 995 followed by Cupang Elementary School with 708. Apia.882 students while District II has 6.3.177.Paglitaw Primary 6 37 Binayoyo Elementary School 44 40 . Public preschools in District I have 3. Tapales Elementary School 494 13 Jesus Cabarrus Elementary School 245 14 Juan Sumulong Elementary School 995 15 San Antonio Village Elementary School 258 16 Cupang Elementary School 708 17 Cupang Elementary School (Annex) 67 18 Dalig Elementary School 88 19 Kaila Elementary School 159 20 Nazarene Ville Elementary School 123 21 Peñafrancia Elementary School 589 22 Peñafrancia Elementary School Annex 50 23 Teofila Rovero Memorial Elem. seven. School 121 District II . Public Preparatory School. Student Population. School 165 District II – B 24 San Luis Elementary School 236 25 Pantay Elementary School 98 26 Lores Elementary School 360 27 Cabading Elementary School 52 28 Inuman Elementary School 204 29 Old Boso-Boso Elementary School 116 30 Tanza Elem. These three schools are located in remote areas in Antipolo City.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.1 Antipolo City Public Preschool Student Population Data on the current enrollment for School Year 2014-15 shows that all public schools in the City have a preschool. and eight students respectively. with only six.2 Student Population 3. Bagong Nayon I Elementary School 630 2 Bagong Nayon II Elementary School 614 3 Bagong Nayon IV Elementary School 396 4 Antipolo SPED Center 65 5 Dela Paz Elementary School 176 6 Mambugan I Elementary School 372 7 Mambugan II Elementary School 119 8 Mayamot Elementary School 416 9 Muntindilaw Elementary School 159 10 San Isidro Elementary School 485 11 Sta. SY 2014-15 NAME OF SCHOOL No. Table 32. Upper Kilingan and San Ysiro Elementary Schools have the lowest enrollment for preschool this year. school 148 31 Peace Village Elementary School 258 32 Sapinit Elementary School 97 33 Knights of Columbus Elem. of Students District I 1.C 34 Calawis Elementary School 109 35 Apia Elementary School 22 36 (Apia) .295 for a total of 10.3. District I & II.

177 Source: Annual School Inventory. Cruz Elementary School 7.631 4.906 7.617 8.343 7.505 4.204 5. Student Population. District I.393 40.266 1.697 5.035 1. Antipolo SPED Center.926 8.453 5.237 5. Public Elementary School.521 2.150 2.257 1. CPDO 3.035 4.016 2.287 4. .3. .318 2.199 Source: DepEd Antipolo 41 .815 5.149 4.445 4.208 2.904 41.289 1.635 2.177 followed by Sta.885 2. .331 TOTAL 39. SY 2009-14 NAME OF SCHOOL 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 District I-A 1 Bagong Nayon I Elementary School 7.2.177 2 Bagong Nayon II Elementary School 5. four out of the eleven schools have slightly decreased in enrollees for School Year 2014-15. Mambugan II Elementary School has the least students with 1.923 7 Sta.182 3.107 5.330 5. Cruz Elementary School with 8.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 38 Canumay Elementary School 23 39 Kaysakat Elementary School 87 40 San Joseph Elementary School 30 41 Libis Elementary School 15 42 Rizza Elementary School 163 43 Upper Kilingan Elementary School 7 44 San Ysiro Elementary School 8 45 Sumilang Elementary School 150 TOTAL 10.835 3 Bagong Nayon IV Elementary School 2.175 5.158 11 Muntindilaw Elementary School 1.094 District I-C 8 Mambugan I Elementary School 4.003. No data 1.594 7. being a school for special children.848 7.858 2.279 1.048 43. Bagong Nayon I Elementary School has the most students with 8. No data No data 184 5 Dela Paz Elementary School 1.263 3.599 5.622 2.059 4.634 5.292 7.876 District I-B 4 Antipolo City SPED Center .303 6 San Isidro Elementary School 4.729 2.082 4. has only 184 enrollees in the recent year.094.396 40. However.240 1.320 enrollees for the past six years. Students have increased steadily each year with an average of 761.640 7.179 8. .979 42.315 9 Mambugan II Elementary School .003 10 Mayamot Elementary School 5. Table 33.178 8.2 Public Elementary School District I Student Population The public school student population in District I have an average of 41.

284 47.113 4025 4.2.054 1156 1.295 21 Sapinit Elementary School 822 869 890 949 1.3.188 1182 1.836 16 Cabading Elementary School 301 319 329 323 343 345 17 Inuman Elementary School 1.672 4.459 46.017 22 Knights of Columbus .709 44.A 1 Isaias S.164 District II-C 23 Calawis Elementary School 638 635 629 643 650 679 24 Apia Elementary School 196 188 195 222 213 201 No 25 Paglitaw Primary 29 39 data 26 Binayoyo Primary 119 132 147 141 168 178 27 Canumay Elementary School 146 145 141 136 147 148 28 Kaysakat Elementary School 599 626 627 645 690 667 29 San Joseph Elementary School 322 333 328 333 333 309 30 Libis Primary 115 111 102 99 111 120 31 Rizza Elementary School 1. In 2014. Despite having more schools than the first district. School 697 728 799 865 899 994 District II-B 13 San Luis Elementary School 1.861 1849 1.898 4. Table 34.267 3 Juan Sumulong Elementary School 8.223 4. Juan Sumulong Elementary School has the most students with 8.692 students.839 2.975 2.459 51. Twenty eight (28) schools experienced a rise in enrollment.094 2.222 1.675 4.561 1.206 32 Upper Kilingan Elementary School 127 122 124 112 112 107 33 San Ysiro Primary 112 106 109 104 94 110 34 Sumilang Elementary School 166 352 573 745 747 838 TOTAL 42.405 4.688 students per year. 297 415 469 537 575 7 Dalig Elementary School 662 675 627 717 693 680 8 Kaila Primary 1.140 1172 1.524 1.3% for a total of 51.864 while Paglitaw Primary has the least with only 39 students. 361 831 1. Tapales ES (San Jose) 3.378 4. Public Elementary School. SY 2009-14 NAME OF SCHOOL 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 District II .778 3976 4.825 8.219 1.321 2. Student Population.171 1.082 10 Peñafrancia Elementary School 3. In SY 2014-15.864 4 San Antonio Village Elementary School 1.272 19 Tanza Elem school 865 896 951 1.971 4359 4.487 1.569 4.3 District II Student Population Thirty four (34) public elementary schools are located in eight barangays under the second district of Antipolo.147 students.391 4.5% higher with an average of 46.757 11 Peñafrancia Elementary School Annex 300 293 334 331 295 371 12 Teofila Rovero Memorial Elem.058 2.188 841 972 1.827 2.055 2. Enrollees in District II have increased at a higher rate than District I schools with an average growth of 1.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.196 1.717 49.399 8.560 6 Cupang Elementary School (Annex) .147 Source: DepEd Antipolo 42 .144 1.193 1.255 1.639 8551 8.530 2 Jesus Cabarrus Elementary School 1.290 2.261 2.130 20 Peace Village Elementary School 2. total student population for the past six years is only 11.370 14 Pantay Elementary School 602 656 674 725 741 787 15 Lores Elementary School 3.236 2. District II.286 1.286 5 Cupang Elementary School 4.406 1499 1.059 1.013 1.743 18 Old Boso-Boso Elementary School 991 1043 1.055 1.863 2. enrollees increased by 3.620 9 Nazarene Ville Elementary School 807 841 875 919 964 1.237 4.552 8.792 1825 1. .114 3263 3.521 1.048 1.157 2.066 2235 2.

196 District II-C 13 Maximo L. Table 35.843 3.040 9 San Jose – Dalig Extension . In contrast. there are slightly more female students (50.047 3.961 3.778 3. 311 950 1.846 42.058 District I-C 5 Mambugan National High School 3.171 45.6% female students.188 1.9%) in elementary schools. Total enrollees grew by 3. Overall.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.921 1.557 8. 302 310 372 435 462 532 TOTAL 38.480 1.133 4.126 12 Marcelino Santos HS (SJNHS) 863 962 1.040.488 69.203 9.153 1. Antipolo National High School has the largest high school population with 9.249 24.088 4.630 Total 73.055 10.770 3 ANHS – Dela Paz Extension . SY 2014-15 Level Male Female Total Elementary 49. .630 Source: DepEd Antipolo 3.3.842 9.770 students followed by San Jose National High School with 6. Calawis National High School–Apia Extension has the least with 101 students. Public High Schools There are 12 national high schools.245 4.611 6.480 4.307 1.483 10 San Roque National High School 2. 571 1.011 1.059 3.983 5.257 in the recent school year.871 2.391 44.3 Student Population. Table 36. SY: 2009-14 NAME OF SCHOOL 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 District I-A 1 Bagong Nayon II National High School 3.657 3.1%) than male students (49. Only four schools experienced a decline in enrollment in SY 2014-15.044 3.889 9.543 3.728 3.354 1. In contrast.728 5.239 45.495 5.578 4 San Isidro National High School 2.909 District I-B 2 Antipolo National High School 10. Data for SY 2014-15 indicates that there are more male students (52. The average secondary school student population for the past six years is 43.097 4.103.734 4.346 Secondary 24.512 1.344 1. .324 4. CPDO 43 .093 3.9%) in high schools.066 41. Gatlabayan MNHS 1. male students in elementary and high schools comprise 51.088 1.381 48. as compared to 48.295 1.165 4.107 94.271 1. Public Elementary and Secondary Schools The table below shows the number of male and female students that are currently enrolled in all public elementary and high schools in the City.445 6 Mayamot National High School 3.531 District II-B 11 Cupang National High School 938 6.020 3.976 Source: Annual School Inventory.490 4.413 with an annual increase of 2. Public Secondary School. 8 extensions/annexes and 1 SPED School in Antipolo City.859 3.997 2.488 142. Student Population.4% of the total.896 4.897 3.373 48.4 Gender Distribution.1%) than female students (47.369 1.608 3.104 2. Student Population per Gender Distribution Public Elementary and Secondary Schools.281 7 Muntindilaw National High School 627 639 695 689 752 727 District II-A 8 San Jose National High School 6.611 14 MLGNHS-Boso-Boso Extension 284 475 544 575 613 741 15 San Juan National High School 352 367 415 467 524 607 16 ANHS-Canumay Extension 142 249 163 159 170 169 17 ANHS-Kaysakat Extension 294 335 366 382 400 412 18 Calawis National High School 228 163 265 299 158 313 19 Calawis-Apia Extension 80 75 84 79 81 101 20 MLGMNHS -Rizza Ext.764 4.3.

1.349 92. In addition.459 1:46 (two shifts) 1.055 ELEMENTARY Teacher : Student 2.040 Classroom : Student (Academic 92. High school level has a teacher to student ratio of 1:31 and a classroom to student ratio of 1:48 for two shift classes. There are enough teachers in both elementary and high school levels.027 12 1 : 45 Classrooms) (C. all of which are Nationally Funded (DepEd).Rooms) (C. Standard Ratio.459 1:39 none 1 : 45 (Teachers) (Teachers) 1.063 568 Classroom : Student (Academic 47.063 47.Rooms) Teacher : Student 1.825 1:48 (two shifts) 531 36 1 : 45 Classrooms) (C.5 Student–Teacher and Student–Classroom Ratio by Level The Division of Antipolo City for SY 2014-15 has 92. while high school still lacks 36 classrooms.349 are elementary teachers and 1. there is a need for additional 1.558 are high school teachers.Rooms) (C. Office 44 . Additional No.907 teachers. classrooms in elementary lacks 12 classrooms.040 classrooms in elementary schools and 568 classrooms in high schools in order for classes to have one shift schedules.015 classrooms are utilized in elementary schools and 495 classrooms in high school for a total of 1. 2.510 classrooms. The Division has a total of 3. Based on these figures. Using the standard ratio of one classroom for every forty five (1:45) students in elementary & high school levels.3. elementary level has a teacher to student ratio of 1:39 and a classroom to student ratio of 1:46 for two shift classes.825 1:31 none SCHOOL 1 : 45 (Teachers) HIGH 495 1:97 (one shift) 1. Rooms) Source: City Planning & Dev’t. 2014 Existing Students Required Recommended Standard Ratio Actual Ratio Number (SY2014-15) No.055 1.558 1. 2.459 students enrolled in elementary and 47. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. Table 37. For two shift schedules.825 in the secondary level. Number of Public Elementary and High School Students Teachers and Classrooms Recommended Additional Number.015 1:91 (one shift) 2.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 11. Public Elementary Schools. Antipolo City 45 .

Antipolo City 46 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 12. Public Secondary Schools.

252 4.3.6 Private Preschool. respectively. Our Lady of Peace and Assumption Antipolo have the most number of elementary students with 1. Our Lady of Peace and Infant Jesus Academy have the most number of preschool students with 220. Table 38.310 ELEMENTARY 18. Elementary School and High School There are 186 private pre-schools and 176 private elementary schools operating within the City. Following the same trend. Assumption Antipolo. In 2014. However.393 26.708 3.652 and 1.813 15.771. respectively.149 3. La Salle College of Antipolo (586). which explains a much lower student population of 11.866 13. College of San Benildo (904). Antipolo were unable to provide data on their student population in 2014. Only One (1) school did not declare their student population for SY 2013-14.314).537 20. Student Population. Memorial Academy (815).110 11.784 18. Similarly. Data shows a notable increase in preschool students from 3.863 in SY 2013-14 but went down to 15. these figures are not conclusive because sixty seven (67) schools Our Lady of Peace School. Private Pre-School. Elementary School and High School SY 2007-2014 STUDENT POPULATION LEVEL 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 PRE-SCHOOL 4.534).393 in SY 2012-13 to 26.217 14.770 in SY 2012-13 to 6.216 in the recent year. The detailed information on private schools can be found in the Antipolo City Facts and Figures. but thirty one (31) schools were not able to provide information for SY 2014-15.771 Source: DepEd Antipolo 47 . eight preschools and nineteen elementary schools did not declare their number of enrollees in 2013. High Schools with the most number of students are Our Lady of Peace School (1.252 in SY 2013-14. In addition.216 HIGH SCHOOL 13. There are eighty-nine (89) private high schools in Antipolo City. Assumption Antipolo (1.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.863 15. the number of grade school students grew from 20.135.110). Don Antonio de Zuzuarregui St. Still.726 16.730 5. and Antipolo Immaculate Concepcion School (559).760 13. 218 and 109.770 6.310 in SY 2014-15. Student population in private high schools declined from 2009 to 2011 and increased from 2012 to 2013. enrollees went down to 4. Sumulong Memorial High School (1.

. 247 La Salle College-Antipolo 159 316 577 794 Our Lady of Fatima University – Antipolo . . San Luis Source: CHED RIV-A. Marcos Highway. San Isidro Skill Power Institute M. . Hiway ICCT Colleges Foundation-Antipolo Sumulong Extension. 84 International Evangelical Holiness College 84 . .789 *6. Region IVA * partial figures only 48 . This is followed by AMA Computer College with 2.L. 1189 University of Rizal System – Antipolo ..L.378. Cruz Asian School of Hospitality Arts L1 B2 Hollywood Hills Subd. .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. St. SY 2007-2013 INSTITUTION NAME 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-2011 2013-2014 ACSAT-Antipolo 141 116 . Brgy San Roque Center for Biblical Studies Institute & Seminary Sitio Radar. San Roque All Nations College V. . 165 Skill Power Institute . Quezon Ave. 2013-2014 Institution Name Address Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary Development Institute Taktak Drive Unciano Colleges Circumferential Road. 121 . Sum. Barangay. 76 College of San Benildo . Directory of Higher Education Schools. Brgy. World Citi Colleges-Antipolo City 156 M. San Roque AMA Computer College-East Rizal AMA Bldg. 92 All Nations College 35 62 83 87 164 AMA Computer College-East Rizal 1478 1561 1646 1630 2075 AMA School of Medicine . Inc.143 *8. L.. as of School Year 2013-2014 Table 40. . . Inc. 1558 Unification Theological Seminary 86 . 1051 963 . Higher Education Schools.Antipolo Table 39. 336 STI College-Antipolo . . Quezon Ext. Quezon Extension Our Lady of Fatima University-Antipolo Km 24 Sumulong Highway College of San Benildo-Rizal Sumulong Highway.378 Source: CHED. Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary Development Institute has the least population of students with 43. . Mayamot La Salle College-Antipolo San Luis Montessori Professional College M. 174 - Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary Development Institute 43 TOTAL *5. The student population for sixteen (16) tertiary schools with available data for SY 2013-2014 is 16. Quezon Extn. Our Lady of Fatima University has the most college students with 8.Antipolo 519 International Christian College of Manila 88 104 269 .3. 177 World Citi Colleges 752 1542 666 . Brgy. Sta. . Sumulong College of Arts and Sciences M. - Sumulong College of Arts and Sciences .075.V.Rizal 217 ICCT Colleges Foundation. Student Population. Soliven Avenue International Christian College of Manila Provincial Road corner Genesis Street International Evangelical Holiness College Sitio Bayugo. .765 16. Our Lady of Fatima University . 315 204 Asian School of Hospitality Arts Center for Biblical Studies Institute & Seminary. Brgy.159.L.7 Colleges and Universities There are Seventeen (17) registered Higher Institutions / Colleges and Universities in Antipolo City for SY 2013-2014. University of Rizal System-Antipolo Marigman St.408 *6. 575 Unciano Colleges 2748 1238 953 . 2641 4752 8159 Montessori Professional College 218 153 .

Private Elementary Schools.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 13. Antipolo City 49 .

Private Secondary Schools. Antipolo City 50 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 14.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 15. Public and Private Tertiary Schools. Antipolo City 51 .

Pamana Phase 3-A HOAI 171 1/14 San Roque 7.000 sq. The Community Mortgage Program (CMP) of the Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC) is considered as the best alternative means to solve USDO Orientation for CMP Beneficiaries the squatting problem in Antipolo due to the City’s at Nagkakaisang Tinig HOAI limited resources.468 sq. Relova Alfonso HOAI 49 8/30/11 San Roque 2.m.m.815 sq.m.m.m.m.m. 8.945 sq. Maagay I HOA Phase I 214 2012 Inarawan 14. Hope Ville HOAI 76 7/29/11 Sta. 23. SAMALUPA HOAI 146 2/11/08 Sta. Kapatiran ng Antipolo HOA 168 3/2010 San Roque 10. 4.294 sq. Villa L & N Tan HOAI 37 4/30/09 San Roque 1. 52 .227 sq.5 sq. 5.000 sq. Cruz 5. 15.231 sq.241 sq.970 sq. 9.1 Community Mortgage Program The Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992 or RA 7279 mandates local government units to identify and register all socialized housing beneficiaries within their respective localities.934 sq. Thomas Ville HOAI 79 7/31/09 San Jose 2. Gamboa Ville HOAI 108 1/24/13 Dalig 4.774 sq.000 sq. of Take-Out Location Total Area Beneficiaries Date (families) 1. Good Shepherdville HOAI 200 7/29/11 Dalig 8.m. 17. Sunrise View HOA 60 2012 Mambugan 1.m. SMBPM HOAI Block 30 225 5/2010 Mambugan 7.731 sq. Community Mortgage Program Take-out Projects.580 sq. 27.m. Monteberde HOAI 89 7/29/11 Dela Paz 3. 1990-2014 PROJECT NAME No.152. The table below shows the CMP that were implemented from 1990 to 2014. Gabriel Ville HOAI 45 1/24/11 San Roque 2.549 sq. 26. 14. Good Shepherdville HOAI-A 196 7/29/11 Dalig 8. Table 41.723 sq.757 sq. 16.m.m. Dahop Palad HOAI 148 8/30/11 Mambugan 4. 10.063 sq. 12.4. 21. The CMP is an innovative system of mortgage financing whereby an undivided tract of land may be acquired by several beneficiaries through the concept of community ownership.m. 13. Pamana Phase 3-C HOAI 113 1/14 San Roque 5. 20.m.m.m.m. St. 18. Imaculada Phase 2 HOAI 67 10/31/08 San Roque 1. Leviste Ville HOAI 118 3/28/13 San Roque 5.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. Friendship HOAI 152 10/9/09 San Jose 6. 24.629 sq. The same Act also directs LGUs to identify lands for socialized housing and undertake the acquisition and disposition to the identified beneficiaries.004 sq.m.m. 19.m. 11. PAMANA Phase 3-B HOAI 135 4/29/09 San Roque 5.250 sq. Cruz 4. Cruzville Homeowners Assn 42 4/2010 San Roque 2.m. 22. 6.m.562 sq. Reyes Ville HOAI 33 3/31/11 San Roque 2. Bagong Pag-Asa HOAI 38 2012 Dela Paz 2.m.m.348 sq.948 sq. Lower Ligtasan HOAI 31 12/31/08 San Roque 1. 7.m. 2.m. 25. Inmaculada Phase 1 HOAI 167 10/31/08 San Roque 6.m. Comsti Ville HOAI 30 5/3/07 San Roque 1. 3.000 sq.

Sitio Sto. The most number of CMP projects occurred in 2011 with eight (8) housing projects. Pagyamanin Mamamayan 47 8/29/03 Dalig Nation HOAI 39. four (4) in Mambugan.001 sq. Samahang Tulungan HOAI 42 6/25/02 Dalig 43.m.061 families. Quintos Ville HOAI 36 4/26/07 San Roque 1.016 sq.514 sq. On the other hand. of Beneficiaries (families) 2014 2 284 2013 2 226 2012 3 312 2011 8 836 2010 3 435 2009 4 403 2008 4 411 2007 3 132 53 . Payong HOAI 66 2/14/07 Dalig 30. Vels Home HOAI 282 12/29/05 San Luis 33. College View Park HOAI 120 9/ 30/03 Cupang 38. Niño De Pasig HOAI 186 7/13/99 Sta. Pastoral Ville HOAI 45 12/16/05 San Roque 2.m.835 sq. Omega Ville HOAI 50 6/26/06 San Roque 32. Dalig Hovelers Assn. Akbay Akibat ng Buhay at 225 2/17/03 Cupang Yaman Phase II-A 41. Upper Ligtasan. 29.m. 37.m. PAMANA Phase 1 HOAI 93 4/22/02 San Roque 47. Timana Homeowners Assn. Master Realty Homeowners 32 3/2/04 Mambugan Assn.949 Families Source: USDO Since 1990.000 sq. San Roque. 31. three (3) in Sta. Purok 2 HOAI 55 12/15/06 San Roque 5. San Isidro Labrador Phase 2 287 5/30/02 San Roque 12. 164 6/16/94 Cupang 49. Out of the forty nine (49) CMP take-out projects.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 28. Akbay Akibat ng Buhay at 130 2/17/03 Cupang Yaman Phase II-B 40. Dalig. Hermes Ville HOAI 54 12/16/05 San Roque 2. CMP Take-out Projects and Beneficiaries. HOAI 45.m. the City Government through the Urban Settlement and Development Office initiated the implementation of forty nine (49) CMP Projects which benefited 5. San Isidro Labrador Phase 3 263 5/30/02 San Roque 11. 1990-2014 Year No of CMP Projects No. two (2) in San Jose. 35. Table 42.509 sq. San Isidro Labrador Phase 1 289 5/30/02 San Roque 13.949 urban poor families. Parugan Community HOAI 112 9/19/05 Dalig 36. 34. one (1) in San Luis and one (1) in Inarawan. four (4) in Cupang. two (2) in Dela Paz. 347 12/19/90 Dalig TOTAL BENEFICIARIES 5.m.m. Cruz. HOAI 46. Upper Ligtasan HOAI 87 7/29/02 San Roque 42. Cruz 48. eight (8) are found in Brgy. the highest number of beneficiaries happened in 2002 with 1.012 sq. HOAI 44. twenty four (24) of these housing subdivisions are located in Brgy.

San 2. Galilie. Brgy.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2006 2 105 2005 4 493 2004 1 32 2003 4 522 2002 6 1. Brgy. Rizal ELAVED Relocation Center So. 1.San Jose 12. Brgy. Brgy. Kaysakat. 1990-2014 Barangay No.) 2012 2014 Samahang Kapit Bisig Ph 1.337 406 So.3 So.665 families.899 103 Tanza Ville Phase 1 & 2 So. Baras. Location of CMP Projects and Number of Beneficiaries. Relocation Sites. Brgy. 2012 & 2014 Name of Relocation Site Location Area No. Buhanginan. Tanza 2.2. Broadway. Pawpawan. twelve (12) relocation sites are being utilized by the City Government. San Jose No data 93 Total 144. Colaique. Tanza 1. Brgy. most of which are located in Brgy.949 Source: USDO Table 43. San Roque 460 10 Marcelo Heights So. San Jose 34. Cruz 3 408 San Jose 2 231 Dela Paz 2 121 San Luis 1 282 Inarawan 1 214 Source: USDO 3. Dela Paz 8. Brgy. of CMP Projects No.2 City Government Owned Relocation Sites From 2012 to 2014.689 15 Jose Upper Nazarene Ville So. San Jose.m. Buhanginan So.255 54 57 Green Forest HOA So. Table 44. Tanza 2. Brgy. mostly victims of calamities and those affected by road-widening projects and demolition orders are transferred to these areas.061 1999 1 186 1994 1 164 1990 1 347 TOTAL 46 5.000 142 One Ynares Village So. San No data 9 Salvador.000 776 United Greenview Ville So. of Beneficiaries (sq.820 1506 159 Source: USDO 54 . San Jose 63. San Jose 23.4.471 Dalig 8 1. of Beneficiaries San Roque 24 2.118 Cupang 4 639 Mambugan 4 465 Sta. Brgy.

Table 46. Violation of City Ordinance . . After which. . . 18 11 5. Children in Conflict with Law. Physical Injuries . 3 13. The Antipolo Custodial Center provides temporary shelter and protective custody to these children. 3 10. Table 44 shows the number of youth offenders from 2010 to 2014. Homicide 1 1 2 8. 2 12. Illegal Drugs . .1 Child & Youth Welfare Program 3. pointed or blunt . CSWDO personnel attend court hearings and coordinate with other pillars of the Juvenile Justice Administration to make sure that these young ones are given assistance throughout the whole judicial process. An average of 97 CICL were provided assistance by the City Government for the past five years. Illegal Possession of bladed. Rape 3 5 7 7.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. 1 Source: CSWDO 55 . Robbery – snatching 40 46 6 2. 5 weapon 11. 2010-2014 Year No. Anti-Fencing Law . of CICL 2010 83 2011 56 2012 75 2013 182 2014 87 Total 483 Source: CSWDO The most number of violations by CICLs are cases of robbery/snatching and theft which comprise 74. they are referred to other institutions (foundations. . shelters) that would help them in the long haul. Theft 12 39 20 3. Likewise. Frustrated Murder 8 8 3 9.5. Robbery (Akyat – bahay) .1.5.1 Program for Children In Conflict with the Law The City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) helps youth offenders by extending counseling. 62 32 4. Highest Incidence of Offense of CICLs. 2012-14 CASES 2012 2013 2014 1. home visitations and parenting capability assessment. charities. Table 45.7% of the total number of cases in the past three years. Frustrated Homicide 2 3 1 6. Child Abuse . The highest number occurred in year 2013 wherein 182 young people were placed into custody by the CSWDO.

and convince them to live the street and live a safer.5.2 Day Center for Street Children (Children’s Haven) The Day Center for Street Children cum CICL Custodial Care Shelter was established on May 2008 in response to the growing number of street children in the business areas of Antipolo City and the lack of center to accommodate the Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL). family reunification and gift-giving. Other services given are: • Residential Care /Temporary shelter and provision of other social work intervention. 68. Street Children in Children’s Haven. 17 2010 450 No data No data 45 393 12 57 2009 622 No data No data No data No data No data No data Source: CSWDO 3.2% are girls. • Educational Services (ALS). while 9. regain their self-worth and dignity.1. and productive way of life. Information since year 2009 revealed that 67% of these children were assisted by the CSWDO to reunite with their family or relatives within the year. regain their trust to people around them. Children’s Haven catered to 2.3 Services to Street Children The increase of street children frequenting the busy streets of Antipolo is an important concern of the local government because of their tendency for drug addiction and crimes.1. regular school & tutorial sessions • Recreational Services such as basketball and chess/dama • Spiritual Services such as Bible Study & Sunday Worship Service 56 .4% were referred to other social welfare agency that has jurisdiction over them. counseling (with their parents). the Day Care Center for Street Children became separate from the CICL Shelter and is now called Chidren’s Haven. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. 2009-14 Year Client Male Female Children referred to Children reunited to Children who Children in- served other social welfare their family/ relatives left without house at the agency permission end of the 2014 461 314 147 3 397 26 year 35 2013 455 298 130 32 235 165 23 2012 340 No data No data 4 150 175 11 2011 467 No data No data 122 298 . peaceful.2% left the custodial center without permission.795 street children. These children were provided with several activities and services that would help them realize their full potential. Table 47. In 2012.8% of the children who were rescued from the streets are boys while 31. 17. From its establishment till this year. The CSWDO provides these children basic services such as food and clothing assistance.5. From 2013 to 2014.

. The primary objective of the program is to rescue the persons. they are placed at the City Government’s facility (Children’s Haven and Bahay Kalinga) for temporary custody and rehabilitation. Out of 752 persons.5. In terms of gender. The Badjao’s were mostly from Zamboanga and Pampanga. . Table 48. 4 violence Total 378 374 (Male : 160 (Male : 241 Female : 218) Female : 133) Source: CSWDO The table above shows the number of individuals who were rescued from the streets for the past two years. The second highest case in 2013 is young prostitutes wherein 77 of the 99 rescued girls are below 18 years of age. mostly minors. 53% of the rescued individuals are male. Ninety five (95) of these girls are residents of Antipolo City. In 2014. by physically removing them from the street. Once they are rescued. . 2013-14 CASE YEAR 2013 ACTION TAKEN YEAR 2014 CATEGORY Street Children 170 170 children referred to 182 Kanlungan ng Kabataan Badjao’s 23 20 persons returned to their place - of origin Street Dwellers 35 35 persons provided 11 transportation assistance to return to their origin Displaced 17 families (51 Voluntarily returned to their - Families individuals) respective place of origin Young 99 99 persons referred to Kanlungan 14 Prostitutes ng Kabataan Curfew . while 47% are female. . 26 Mentally ill . They are automatically referred to the Kanlungan ng Kabataan for temporary shelter. 17 Dependents CICL . 101 Drug . 352 or 47% are street children whose residences are in different barangays of the City. 19 Victims of . 101 children are rescued for staying on the streets beyond the curfew hours. Rescued individuals by case and action taken. especially in the City Proper. 57 . .4 Lingap Lansangan Program The Lingap Lansangan Program was established to answer to the clamor of the pilgrims and residents to solve the rising number of disadvantaged individuals who are engaged in begging and other illegal activities.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.1.

293 999 Source: CSWDO 3. the organization equips them with valuable knowledge on how to become better individuals. Brgy.143 during this year. Interestingly. There are 193 day care workers. San Jose. San Jose has the most number of centers with thirty eight (38) followed by Dela Paz with 21. 58 . having 333 members in 2009. 2010-14 Year Male Female 2014 762 579 2013 No data No data 2012 138 123 2011 259 208 2010 134 89 Total 1. Overall.5. Brgy.1.341 in 2014.293) OSYs who are members of PYAP than females (999) from 2010 to 2014. Sta. day care teachers increased by twenty one from 2009 to 2014.494 (58.6 Day Care Program Antipolo City has one hundred eighty seven (187) Day Care Centers providing free pre-school education to 11. The table below shows that there are more male (1. wherein thirty eight (38) are assigned in Brgy. Likewise. Cruz has the highest rise in students from 875 to 1. PYAP Orientation The membership of PYAP has increased since the past years.1. Out-of-School Youth by Gender. while Brgy. Table 49.6% increase) despite closing five of its centers. Beverly Hills has the least with one (1).5 Assistance to Out-of-School Youth Antipolo Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines The Pag-Asa Youth Association of the Philippines (PYAP) is a national federation of youth who are currently out-of-school or in between jobs. the number of day care students increased by 1. The youth are provided opportunities to improve their skills and capabilities to better prepare them for their eventual re-entry in school or workplace.5.632 children in its sixteen (16) barangays. family and group members and members of the community. 223 in 2010. The number of day care centers increased by seven (7) since year 2009.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. 467 in 2011. 261 in 2012 and 655 in 2013 and 1. This could have been more if not for the twenty (20) facilities that have closed in the recent year.

2009-2014 Barangay Number of DAY CARE CENTERS 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 District I Bagong Nayon 11 12 13 14 15 9 Beverly Hills 1 1 1 1 1 1 Dela Paz 20 22 21 22 22 21 Mambugan 15 15 14 13 14 13 Mayamot 14 15 16 15 15 16 Muntindilaw 1 2 2 2 2 2 San Isidro 9 10 10 9 10 10 Sta. Cruz 12 6 9 9 9 13 District II Calawis 5 3 3 3 3 3 Cupang 15 16 17 17 19 17 Dalig 5 4 6 6 6 6 Inarawan 11 10 9 9 9 9 San Jose 25 30 44 42 39 38 San Juan 4 5 6 5 5 6 San Luis 18 18 17 17 18 18 San Roque 11 12 13 13 13 10 Total 172 177 197 192 191 193 Source: CSWDO 59 . Day Care Workers. most day care centers conduct two sessions per day.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The current teacher-student ratio is 1:60 and classroom-student ratio is 1:62. 2009-2014 Barangay Number of DAY CARE WORKERS 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 District I Bagong Nayon 7 7 8 8 9 9 Beverly Hills 1 1 1 1 1 1 Dela Paz 20 22 21 22 22 22 Mambugan 14 14 15 14 12 13 Mayamot 14 16 16 15 14 16 Muntindilaw 1 2 2 2 2 2 San Isidro 9 11 10 9 10 10 Sta. Cruz 12 13 13 14 14 9 District II Calawis 5 3 3 3 3 3 Cupang 15 18 17 14 19 17 Dalig 5 6 6 7 7 6 Inarawan 11 10 9 9 9 9 San Jose 25 31 41 43 38 38 San Juan 5 5 6 5 5 6 San Luis 20 20 17 17 16 18 San Roque 11 12 13 13 13 9 Total 180 195 202 201 203 187 Source: CSWDO Table 51. To cope with this. Both ratios fall short to the prescribed standard of 1:25. Day Care Centers. Table 50.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 52.098 1. there were slightly more boys (50.632 Source: CSWDO The table below shows the distribution of male and female day care children from year 2010 to 2014.941 11. ‘12. & ‘14) where the girls outnumbered the boys.453 1. by looking at the yearly enrollment.990 1. Day Care Children.656 1.538 10.6%) that studied in day care centers. 2009-2014 Barangay Number of DAY CARE CHILDREN 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 District I Bagong Nayon 430 467 475 522 525 661 Beverly Hills 50 50 39 33 42 52 Dela Paz 1.392 1. Day Care Children per Gender. For the past five years.468 1.082 10.736 1569 1452 Mambugan 787 835 875 691 642 562 Mayamot 1. 2010-2014 Year Male Female 2014 5764 5868 2013 5427 5062 2012 5227 5331 2011 5461 5631 2010 5078 4651 Source: CSWDO 60 .623 9.000 1.064 1.036 1112 1107 Muntindilaw 72 92 114 89 118 92 San Isidro 639 673 842 797 730 593 Sta.4%) than girls (49. Cruz 700 882 717 749 875 1494 District II Calawis 151 123 113 117 105 123 Cupang 594 690 684 636 710 957 Dalig 279 339 381 400 401 457 Inarawan 471 512 386 448 405 413 San Jose 1.316 1.486 1688 San Juan 211 195 323 272 228 395 San Luis 690 752 894 766 825 954 San Roque 701 747 796 590 716 632 TOTAL 9. Table 53.489 11.094 1. there were more years (‘11. However.

Antipolo City 61 . Day Care Centers.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 16.

No data . 2009-2014 Total No. Table 54. - Rescued Clients . . . which is almost five times than the average from 2009 to 2013. those with behavioral problems. . Others common cases are those who needed temporary shelter.1 Bahay Kalinga – Antipolo Center for Girls The Bahay Kalinga – Antipolo Center for Girls is a temporary shelter and protective custody that serves female minors (below 18 years old) who are victims of sexual abuse and other forms of child abuses. . The table below shows that the girls in Bahay Kalinga are either referred to other Social Welfare Agencies. 5 8 62 . 8 13 Neglected 2 No data .2%). of BK Total No. 3 - Temporary Shelter . - Illegal recruitment . The highest number of rescued girls happened in the recent year.5. 7 Behavioral Problem 5 No data 3 . . Distribution of Client per Case. . 4 Victims of Violence . 31 6 - 2013 97 . Since 2009.2 Women’s Welfare Program The Women’s Welfare Program of CSWDO aims to protect women’s rights and welfare and to develop their skills and capabilities that will lead them to become independent and competitive in the employment/business world. . 6 Foundling (Stow away) 2 No data 3 . of BK Girls Total Number of Bk Total No. Bahay Kalinga. . - Physically Abused 3 No data 6 13 30 35 Verbally Abused 0 No data 2 .2. Bahay Kalinga. the neglected.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.3%) and physical abuse (21. 2009-2014 Case Category Total 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Sexually Abused 29 No data 11 13 36 73 Acts of Lasciviousness . No data . . 13 . 142 of which were reunited with their families or relatives within the year when they entered the shelter. and stow aways. No data .5. reunited with their families or discharged once they are already fit to go back to society. . . . of Total No. No data 7 . - Disadvantaged 1 No data . the CSWDO was able to help 486 children. 3. of Bk Girls YEAR Bahay Kalinga Girls referred to discharged/ reunited Girls escaped left at the end of Girls other SWA to families December 2014 231 . Total Number of Clients Served. No data . Table 55. 38 8 13 2012 45 4 17 5 19 2011 32 1 10 5 16 2010 27 2 13 0 12 2009 54 0 33 3 18 Source: CSWDO Table 54 shows that Bahay Kalinga female children are commonly victims of sexual abuse (39. . No data . There are also a few that escape the Bahay Kalinga. 42 Balik-probinsya .

2009-14 YEAR MALE FEMALE TOTAL 2014 584 511 1.D. 3. The most common disability for the past six years is orthopedic (25.027 PWDs registered at the Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO) in 2014.027 2013 23 37 102 116 106 69 117 243 30 843 2012 29 63 152 193 325 98 160 301 42 1.591 2009-10 912 826 1. Persons with Disability. Type of Disability 2009-14 Psychol Mental Hearing chronic Visual Speech Learning Orthope Multiple TOTAL YEAR ogical Illness Illness dic Disability y Illness 2014 52 74 134 77 146 59 37 437 11 1. .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Child Labor .095 PWD I. A total of 1.1%). Since 2007. the CSWDO gives assistance for physical restoration.095 2013 461 382 843 2012 604 758 1. 6 - Victim of Child 3 No data . Events such as National Disability Celebration.3 Program for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) The Persons with Disability Program’s primary goal is to ensure that the welfare of PWDs are given priority by the City Government of Antipolo by providing them the privileges and benefits stipulated in the Magna Carta for Disabled Person. In 2014.662 2009-10 42 129 216 201 208 141 180 466 144 1.6%). 1. Cards were issued. This is the second lowest number of registration since 2009. - TOTAL 54 27 32 45 93 188 Source: CSWDO 3. - Trafficking Orphan . No data . .738 Source: CSWDO Table 57. An office for Persons with Disabilities was established in 2009. hearing (13. Persons with Disability. PWD includes those who have long term physical.738 Source: CSWDO 63 . 5 - CICL 1 No data .000 persons were given PWD IDs.4%% are females. mental. In the same year. Table 56. leadership training and skills training. and chronic illness (12. intellectual or sensory impairments that may hinder their full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.9%).362 2011 858 733 1. Gender. On that same span of time.5. while 48. No data . It is a significant rise in registered PWDs from just 113 in 2008. 51. . 2 .6% of registered PWDs are males. 4 . .363 2011 31 108 267 271 281 115 177 253 159 1. - Street Children 8 No data . National Autism Week and Christmas parties are also observed to strengthen awareness on PWDs.1%). visual impairment (16.

The most number of senior citizens were from Brgy.493 2010 7. and 5% in grocery products and agriculture products with value-added tax (VAT) exemption. f) Substitute Family Care and Residential Care – elderly who are abandoned.388 2011 6. Distribution of Senior Citizen IDs per Barangay. They enjoy 20% discount on purchases of medicine. e) Spiritual-enhancement – weekly bible studies for the elderly are held in different barangays. free medical checkup in all government facilities.Ds. Table 58. self-expression and improvement of one’s self. 9994.182 Source: CSWDO Table 59. senior citizens can avail of the medical assistance in the amount of P 1. b) Self-enhancement and Social-enhancement Services – in order to provide the senior citizens opportunities for socializing.” c) Physical Fitness Program –to help the elderly be physically fit. if applicable on the sale or service. neglected. 2009-244. and Cupang (667). d) Livelihood Development Services – financial assistance for the capitalization of income-generating activities are provided by barangays and some NGOs. the City conducts exercise programs at the Sumulong Park. Data from 2010 to 2012 revealed the number of senior citizens in different barangays based on the issuance of I.Ds was issued in 2014. senior citizens are granted twenty percent (20%) discount and exemption from value-added tax.000.4. 2010-14 Year Senior Citizens I. The following are the other services provided by the City: a) Assistance for Physical Restoration – Senior Citizens are given priority in medical missions initiated by the LGU and NGOs. Issued 2014 8. the highest since 2010.‟s (Opera Maria Dominica). Distribution of Senior Citizens IDs.500. “Outstanding Senior Citizens of Antipolo City” and “Natatanging Lola 2011.D. An annual sports fest is also held exclusively for senior citizens. 3. 9257 otherwise known as the expanded Senior Citizen Act of 2003.5.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. usually after the flag ceremony. San Jose with an average of 836. Mayamot (678).231 Senior Citizen I. the City Government organizes events such as general assemblies.4 Senior Citizens’ Welfare Program The City implements different program services for the elderly to respond to R. Through an amendment provided in Republic Act No.5. unattached and homeless are referred to NGOs. 20% discount on diagnostic and laboratory fees in private facilities.00 and burial expenses of P 3. 20% discount on medical and dental service.231 2013 6.1 Distribution of Issued Senior Citizen IDs per Barangay A total of 8. With the passing of the City Resolution No.464 2012 6. There are presently two homes for the aged in Antipolo City: The Kanlungan ni Maria and Camillian Sister Inc. 2010-12 Barangay 2010 2011 2012 Bagong Nayon 295 214 211 Beverly Hills 69 106 89 Calawis 101 120 95 64 .A.00.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Cupang 723 681 601 Dalig 458 307 311 Dela Paz 547 387 367 Inarawan 368 382 363 Mambugan 503 603 635 Mayamot 752 628 653 Muntindilaw 123 103 82 San Jose 893 812 803 San Juan 237 215 167 San Isidro 578 551 543 San Luis 546 503 567 San Roque 503 464 477 Sta. 47.610 2011 5.553 Source: CSWDO Table 60 represents the number of issued senior citizens purchase booklet from 2011 to 2014. Table 61.3% were females.332 4. Table 60..078 2013 4. Cruz 486 417 424 TOTAL 7. by Gender.493 6.D. An average of 10.282 2013 2.979 3.388 Source: CSWDO Based in the distribution of senior citizens I. Distribution of Senior Citizens I. elderly females comprise 53.485 2012 3.2% of the whole while elderly males comprise 46.940 3. 2011-14 Year Male Female 2014 3. by Gender.Ds in the past four years.685 booklets.060 booklets was given during the past four years.826 2012 4. 2011-14 Year Male Female 2014 5.023 3.182 6.607 6.088 5.8%.949 4.180 4. Distribution of Senior Citizens Purchase Booklet. the highest occurred in 2014 with a total of 11.7% of those who received the booklets were males while 52.520 Source: CSWDO 65 .365 2011 2.

Midwife. Number of Registered Solo Parent. livelihood. Social Services to Solo Parents RA 8972 or otherwise known as the Solo Parents Welfare Act provides benefits and privileges to solo parents and their children. However. 49 (13%) are house helpers. Solo parent involvement became significant in year 2011 when it had 692 members. employment-related benefits.6% in 2014. educational. 44 (11. 2005-2010 Position Number of Solo Parent 1 Government Employee 73 2 Call Center Agent 44 3 Senior Associate/Credit and Collection Officer 3 4 Bank Employee/Account In-charge 9 5 Med Sec.4%) are unemployed. Figure 3 shows the yearly number of registered solo parent from 2005 to 2014.5. 73 (19%) are government employees. Distribution of Solo Parent per Nature of Work.. Figure 3.4% in 2013 until it finally increased by 40.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3.5 Family and Community Welfare Program a.6%) are call center agents and 31 (8. this number has decreased by 54% in 2012 and 13. health and housing services. On the other hand. Therapist 7 6 Internal Auditor 1 7 Security Guard 2 8 OFW 3 9 Farmer 1 10 Vendor 31 11 Machine Operator 1 12 Businessman 12 13 Handy Craft Staff 1 14 Factory Worker 7 15 House Helper 49 16 Un-employed 62 17 Self-employed 9 66 . Table 62.2%) are vendors. The CSWD issues a solo parent ID to applicants after assessment and approval by the Social Welfare Officer. Nurse. This includes self-related benefits. psychosocial. 2005-2014 692 700 600 468 500 400 321 278 300 176 200 86 82 100 1 4 29 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Source: CSWDO Table 61 lists the different types of work of the City’s registered solo parents from 2005- 2010. 62 solo-parents (16. Out of 378 solo parents.

0%).7%). Distribution of Solo Parents by Educational Attainment. Table 64. 2010 The table below shows that most of the registered solo-parents in the City are females with an average of 94. 67 . widows (32.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 18 Agent Finance Associate 10 19 Teacher 7 20 Sales Lady 2 21 Analyst/Report Quality Analyst 9 22 Asst. Most likely. These percentages are vital in determining appropriate livelihood and educational programs that can be extended to solo-parents.5%) and separated (20.1%.3% took vocational course. Purchaser 2 23 Sewer/Waitress 9 24 Customer Representative 14 25 Optometrist /Physician 2 26 Barangay Kagawad 1 27 Day Care Worker/Health Worker 2 28 Organizer/Tournament Volunteer/Media 3 29 Staff Engineer 1 30 Production Staff 1 TOTAL 378 Source: CSWDO. but the reason could be that males are not that much inclined to be part of solo parent organizations. it is not really because there are only eighty four (84) male solo parents in Antipolo.4% graduated from elementary/grade school level and 3. 37. by Gender. 2011-14 Year Male Female 2014 22 446 2013 17 261 2012 19 302 2011 26 666 Source: CSWDO Table 63 shows that 48.5% of the registered solo-parents in the City are college graduates/college level.7% finished high school/are high school undergraduates. 10. Table 63. 2011-14 Year Elementary High School Vocational College 2014 19 105 21 202 2013 15 65 10 177 2012 23 103 5 190 2011 113 341 18 220 Source: CSWDO Table 64 illustrates that most of the solo parents who registered in the City Government’s Program are abandoned by spouses (36. Distribution of Solo Parents.

30 - Source: CSWDO 3. Table 66. 1 Others . Result of the profiling revealed that there are three hundred and ten (310) Dumagat households with a population of 1. . protecting and promoting their rights based on the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (RA 8371). . 2014 Sitio Households Population Male Female Libis 36 71 73 Tayabasan 36 67 66 San Joseph 47 111 109 Purok 1 8 17 13 Canumay 80 183 179 Purok 5 43 98 99 Sitio Paglitao 38 62 93 Purok 5 22 40 42 Total 310 649 674 Source: CSWDO 68 . Females (674) slightly outnumber the males (649). 11 Undeclared . followed by San Joseph with 220.323 persons residing in eight Sitios in Barangay San Jose and Calawis.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 65. . The City Government works hand in hand with the National Commission on Indigenous People ((NCIP) in implementing various projects that will benefit the Dumagats and the City. Antipolo City. 2011-14 Circumstance 2011 2012 2013 2014 Widow 290 97 76 113 Annulled 3 2 3 2 Separated 137 66 44 120 Abandoned 235 141 81 180 Divorced 1 1 - Spouse Detained 2 4 1 Unwed 22 7 42 1 Spouse Missing 2 6 - Spouse Disabled . by Household and Population. .5.6 Dumagat Welfare Program The Dumagat Welfare program addresses the situation of the members of the Indigenous People (Dumagat Tribe) in the City by recognizing. Sitio Canumay has the most number of IPs with 362. One of the priorities that were accomplished in 2013 was the census profiling/data gathering of all Dumagats living in Barangay San Jose and Calawis. Distribution of Solo Parents by Circumstances. This is in line with the identification of rightful beneficiaries for the Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title (CADT). Distribution of Indigenous People.

2014 Sitio Children/Youth Out of School Senior Disabled Youth Citizen Libis 45 10 0 0 Tayabasan 26 32 0 1 San Joseph 101 18 6 3 Purok 1 10 4 0 1 Canumay 134 40 18 5 Purok 5 87 19 5 0 Sitio Paglitao 69 24 7 0 Purok 5 33 10 2 0 Total 505 157 38 10 Source: CSWDO 3.5.098 individuals in 2013 and 2014. Figure 4 shows the number of beneficiaries from 2010 to 2014. 2010-14 Source: CSWDO 69 . 4P’s Beneficiaries.1% of them are Out of School Youth. and education particularly of children ages 0-14 years old. About 31. Take note that implementation of the 4Ps are according to the programming of different sets which include the identified location and targets. Distribution of Indigenous People. Antipolo City. children or teenagers comprise 38. From an average of 140 program recipients in the first three years. The main source of livelihood of the Dumagats is farming and kaingin. Figure 4. A few of them are engaged in construction works and in the military unit as CAFGU. There are very few senior citizens in the tribe as well as disabled.2% of the population of IPs. nutrition. by Social Characteristics. Antipolo City.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Interestingly. the number of beneficiaries reached a high average of 3.7 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4P’s) The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino (4P’s) is a poverty reduction strategy that provides grants to extremely poor households to alleviate their health. Table 67.

096 San Roque 71 96 Sta. Distribution of 4P’s Beneficiaries. followed by Brgy. All of the recipients of 4Ps are considered as the City’s poorest of the poor. Most of them are solo parents. 2013-14 Barangay 2013 2014 Bagong Nayon 12 17 Beverly Hills 25 26 Calawis 360 376 Cupang 4 9 Dalig 76 110 Dela Paz 328 356 Inarawan 307 410 Mambugan 6 9 Mayamot 7 11 Muntindilaw 34 62 San Isidro 29 64 San Jose 131 205 San Juan 196 212 San Luis 942 1. per Barangay. 70 . Barangay Calawis (736) and Brgy. Recent information also revealed that 95% of the beneficiaries in year 2014 are females.038. Sta.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 68. Cruz 454 501 Source: CSWDO In the past two years. indigenous people and persons with disability. Cruz (955). Inarawan (717). Barangay San Luis had the highest number of 4Ps beneficiaries with a total of 2.

Num of Injuries Firefighter 0 0 0 0 1 1 Civilians 0 0 0 4 3 4 4.7%). Current and Projected Requirement for Firemen and Fire Trucks FIRE BRIGADE Actual Number Actual Ratio Prescribed Ratio Shortage 38 1:22. nine (9) are local fire brigades.663. Fire Protection The Antipolo City Fire Station (ACFS) is the operating unit established by the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) to carry out its mandate in the City of Antipolo.597. Num of Killed Firefighter 0 0 0 0 0 0 Civilians 0 0 0 0 4 0 Source: Office of the City Fire Marshall Table 70.000 387 FIRE TRUCKS Actual Number Actual Ratio Prescribed Ratio Shortage 7 1:121. Fire responded 51 140 66 53 103 123 Structural 16 31 18 24 48 49 Grass/Forest 19 77 21 9 32 56 Vehicular 3 2 . 2009-2014 Activity/Indicator FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY2013 FY 2014 1.9% of the causes of fire.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 \ 3. A total of 536 or a yearly average of 89 fire occurrences was recorded in the past six years.9 million.000 P 3. Grass/forest fire accounts for 214 or 39. The total amount of damage to property from 2009 to 2014 is 17.000 2.529 1:28.655.938. Amt of Prop.500 3. Structural fire (buildings and houses) occurred 186 times (34. Table 69. Casualties occurred only in year 2013.000 P1. when four civilians were killed during a fire incident. Damaged P3. Twenty nine (29) are BFP personnel. and six (6) are job order personnel performing various functions.000 4.6. the largest happened in year 2012 with a damage cost of 4. Antipolo has seven (7) serviceable fire trucks deployed at City Central Fire Station and its Sub-Stations (Mayamot & Ynares Sub-Station).387 1:2.638. Eleven (11) civilians and two (2) fire fighters sustained injuries in fire incidents since 2012. Fire Incidence. 5 10 3 Others (Post Fire) 13 30 16 15 13 15 2. the ACFS has forty four (44) personnel.000 23 Source: CPDO 71 .6 Million pesos.1.080.500 1. The BFP was established as a line agency under the Department of the Interior and Local Government by virtue of Section 60 of Republic Act 6975 which provides for the establishment of equitably equipped and properly manned fire stations in every city/municipality in the country In 2014.

Fire Stations. Antipolo City 72 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 17.

the City of Antipolo needs to employ an additional of 387 firemen/fire brigades and to add 23 more fire trucks.799 7.809 7.8M in the next four years.444 1:1. FSIC Issued for Bus.928. Fire Drills Conducted 21 25 30 39 49 59 7.6. A notable difference can also be observed in fees collected from an average of 1.5M in 2009 and 2010 to an annual average of 4.590.37 5.573.005 1. An average of 847 inspections is conducted every year for the past six years.444. the ACFS regularly conducts fire prevention activities such as inspection of establishments to make sure that they conform to standards of PD 1185 or the Fire Code. Fire Prevention Activities 2009-2014 Activity CY 2009 CY 2010 CY 2011 CY 2012 CY 2013 CY 2014 1. Table 72. the present ratio of police to population in Antipolo is 1:3. The police force has two hundred forty seven (247) police personnel.000 population. there is a need to add 604 policemen to ensure peace and order in the City.2 Police Protection Philippine National Police (PNP) . Estab Notice to Comply 281 182 149 53 45 17 4.. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Based on the standard ratio of 1 fireman for every 2.Antipolo presently has one (1) main police station. Training of volunteers also increased by 62% in 2014.373. Current and Projected Requirement for Policemen Policemen Actual Actual Preferred Shortage Number Ratio Ratio 247 1:3.360.960.823 6. Table 71.912.944 6.146 6.618. Based on the HLURB standard of 1:1.705 for year 2014. Volunteers Trained 734 180 704 543 433 1.019 1.144 Fire Code Fees Collected 1. Bldg Plans Reviewed 1. Bus Permit Procsd 6.686.019.000 604 Source: CPDO 73 . P 511 481 574 634 530 692 3.705.27 4.Establishments Inspected 792 663 723 733 1.003 793 1.106 9.89 6. Using the 2014 projected population of 850. and one (1) TOPCOP (Tourism Oriented Police for Community Order and Protection).165 2. with a 32% increase in inspected establishments in the past two year.022 865 761 5. four (4) police substations.29 7. This is with respect to the projected population of 850.29 Source: Office of the City Fire Marshall 3.813.19 1. two (2) Police Community Precints (PCP).000.864. Aside from responding to fire incidences.000 population and 1 fire truck for every 28.

and loose firearms. Crime incidence reached its all time high in 2014. Eff. the highest number of occurrences for crime against persons are physical injuries (200 per year).1% in all crimes and much lower 55.7% increase in crimes against persons and property. the most frequent case is robbery (77 times) followed by theft (72 times) and carnapping (24 times). crime solution became less efficient in the past two years with solution rate of 70.1% of the total crimes. selling of illegal drugs.48% Source: Antipolo PNP 74 .59% 93. theft). An average of 587 crimes occured every year for the past six years. rape) and property (robbery. physical injury.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. Unfortunately. Index crimes are crimes against persons (murder.6% Crime Against Persons 93 302 151 143 169 361 Murder 19 23 18 30 47 54 Homicide 39 33 19 23 18 63 Physical Injury 24 209 80 665 60 164 Rape 11 31 34 25 44 80 Crime Against Property 38 269 93 101 201 339 Robbery 32 120 59 55 84 112 Theft 6 115 23 22 65 201 Carnapping .6. Index crime went up from an average of 296 occurences from 2009 to 2012. homicide (33 times) and murder (32 times). Meanwhile.6% Index Crimes 131 565 244 244 370 700 Index Crimes Solved 112 437 203 193 160 438 Index Crimes Sol. Non-index crimes are violation of laws such as illegal gambling. homicide. For crimes against property. to an average of 535 in 2013 and 2014.7% compared to the previous year.1% (2.9% in index crimes.1% 74.9% while non-index crimes comprise 36. as crime became more frequent. with an increase of 44.2% 62. 32 11 24 52 26 Non-Index Crimes 155 109 155 198 263 445 Non-Index Crimes Solved 155 109 155 198 233 416 Non-Index Crimes Solution Efficiency 100% 100% 100% 100% 88.2. crime volume is the total of index and non-index crimes. Crime solution efficiency for the past six years is satisfactory at 79.809 solved out of 3. rape (38 times). This is a 44.1 Crime Incidence Crime incidence are categorized into index crimes and non-index crimes. 86% 77% 83% 79% 43. Table 73. Crime Incidence by Type 2009-2014 PARTICULAR 09 10 11 12 13 14 Crime Volume 231 674 399 442 633 1.542 crimes). At an average. illegal vending.145 Solution Efficiency 92% 81% 90% 88% 62. Index crimes comprise 63.

Antipolo City 75 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 18. Police Stations.

The city jail serves as the correctional facility for those who are awaiting trial. is already overpopulated. Trainings on Children Accessories and Beads making.6. Lack of jailguards for the male dormitory is temporarily augmented by continuous recruitment of volunteers. 2014 Jailguards Jail Ratio of Jailguard to Inmates Jail Inmates City Jail (Male) 31 821 1:26 City Jail (Female Dormitory) 13 89 1:7 Source: BJMP BJMP implements four major areas of rehabilitation program: (1) Livelihood Project. San Jose. implying a shortage of 86 jailguards for the male dormitory. 76 . the jail for female consists of two (2) female dormitories.3. or those sentenced with less than 3 years and 1 day as maximum jail imprisonment (city prisoner). one (1) laundry drying High School Program area and one (1) quarter for the wardress. Table 75. In 2014. Circumferencial Road. In the same year. especially the male dormitory. despite of the fact that the maximum capacity of the jail is only 600 persons.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3. The number of prisoners continued to increase throughout the years. 26 male and 11 female inmates enrolled in the ALS Program (High School Level) where 6 females and 2 males graduated. one (1) admin office. In 2014. Jail Inmates by Gender. This means that the jail. Antipolo City.1 BJMP Personnel Strength Antipolo City Jail is manned by forty-seven (47) jail personnel.3 Jail Management The Antipolo City Jail is located in the ACG Center for Public Order and Safety Building. 2010-2014 DETENTION PRISONERS 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Male Adult 754 730 760 751 821 Female Adult 55 83 81 91 89 TOTAL 809 813 841 842 910 Source: BJMP 3. The prescribed standard of the HLURB is one jail guard for every 7 inmates. Table 74. one (1) quarter for personnel. handicraft using recycled newspaper and weaving were also conducted. composed of three (3) officers and forty four (44) non-officers.6. (2) Educational & Vocational Training (3) Recreation and Sports. and (4) Religious/Spiritual Activity. Male Dormitory housed seven hundred sixty (821) inmates while the Female Dormitory has eighty one (89) inmates for a total of 910 inmates. Sitio Pulong Banal. all inmates became beneficiaries of medical mission and provision of nutritious food and medicine. In contrast. Ratio of Jailguards to Jail Inmates. one (1) section for Inmates who graduated in the ALS the visitation/multipurpose hall. Brgy. The Male Dormitory has an annex building consisting of four (4) cells including an isolation room for TB patients and one (1) nurse station. have an ongoing trial. the female dormitory has sufficient jailguards with a ratio of 1 jailguard for every 7 female inmates. one (1) area for kitchen. On the other hand.

- Landslide 5 . Emergencies in the recent year are almost six times higher than the previous year. establishing the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO). In 2014. government employees. From the usual reactive approach to disasters through disaster relief and response. Trauma 2 . - Trouble Incident (mauling/stabbing) 9 . mostly transporting of patients (59%) and vehicular accidents (41%). Table 77. Data in the past two years showed that 68. 2012-14 EMERGENCY RESPONSE 2012 2013 2014 Vehicular Accident 76 112 455 Transport of Patient (from hospital to home/ home to hospital/ 72 86 658 hospital to hospital / other location to hospital) Fall Incident 9 . - TOTAL 174 198 1. 14 was approved reconstituting the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC). students and private companies. Table 76. The following year. CDRRMO performed 1. 2010. mostly orientations on DRRM. trainings on DRRM. 2012-14 Training 2012 2013 2014 Disaster Risk Reduction and 1 40 Management Basic Life Support/ Emergency Medical 2 Responder Course Fire and earthquake drill 8 5 18 TOTAL 11 5 58 Source: CDRRMO 77 . - Fire Incident 1 . 2009 and the rampaging floods caused by Typhoon Parma (Pepeng) in the succeeding month served as an eye opener to the whole nation on the urgent need to strengthen the government’s effort in addressing disasters and climate change. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The onslaught of Typhoon Ketsana (Ondoy) on September 25. a shift to a more proactive approach in preventing and mitigating disasters was put in place through the approval of Republic Act 10121 also known as “the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010” on May 27.113 Source: CDRRMO To strengthen the City’s dissaster preparedness program.2% of those involved in vehicular accidents are males. On November 22. A total of 58 trainings were provided by the CDRRMO in 2014. the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Antipolo enacted City Ordinance 2011-444. DRRM Trainings Conducted. Executive Order No. - Child Birth. 1566. 2010.113 emergency responses. thus repealing Presidential Decree No. Emergency Responses. Basic Life Support/Emergency Medical Response and Fire/Earthquake preparedness were provided to disaster volunteers.

5 983.61 3.41 3.65 3.828.400. However. Total area devoted for rice production in year 2014 is 647.56 1. (MT/ha.9 253. only areas that are irrigated can be used. Organic Rice Conversion Techno-Demo Trial Rice production in the City is categorized by wet (May- Oct) and dry (Nov-Apr) planting seasons.4 Planted (ha.38 3. and proper cultural management. 913.) Number of 476 363 423 239 442 250 349 202 588 Farmers Source: City Agriculture Office 78 . certified). Rice Production.60 3.6 965. data shows that yield per hectare is better during wet season in 2010 and 2011.445.1 Rice Production Antipolo City. organic and inorganic fertilizer.56 Hectare . The activities under agriculture are subdivided into crop production and raising livestock.1 Agriculture 4.4 hectares.660.86 Production 3 82 76 (MT) Yield per 3.75 2. It can be observed that there is more area planted and total production during wet season than in dry season.77 3. Wet and Dry Season. which involve raising crops or directly extracting products from land without processing.0 563. but the trend was reversed in 2012 and 2013. . There are 588 farmers who participated in the rice production program of the City in 2014. fishery and forestry.33 1. Technical briefing is conducted to encourage farmers to adopt modern technology on rice production like rice seeds (hybrid. Table 78. 900.9 231.92 2.1. This is the lowest utilization of land for the past five years. through the City Agriculture Office.6 354. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The activities in the primary sector are grouped under agriculture. On dry season.923.90 455 286 563. poultry and other animals while fishing activities are limited to fishpond industries. techno- demo farm establishment.36 1. 2010-2014 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Wet Dry Wet Dry Wet Dry Wet Dry Wet & Dry Season Season Season Season Season Season Season Season Season Total Area 487. provides technical and support services to farmers through activities such as farm and home visit.89 3.6 647.1.) Total 1. and surveillance of pest and disease occurrence. 4.1. It can be observed that more areas are utilized for rice planting during wet season.

92 4. 2006-2013 Year Area Planted Production (MT) Ave.1 hectares is devoted to yellow corn while 50.0 56 Wet Season – 40 180.38 32 2008 57 341 5. An average of 53 farmers per year is involved in yellow corn farming while an average of 86 farmers per year participates in green/white corn farming. per year.0 3.1. Table 79. which is primarily used for animal feeds. Production No.12 102.0 225. Year 2013 has seen a significant decrease in yellow corn production as only 16.90 46 2006 37.0 40 (White Corn) Wet Season – 21 73. of Farmers 2013 50 175 3. The tables below show the City’s corn production from 2006 to 2013. of Farmers 2013 16.98 57 2007 57 339 5.6 12.3 MT or 4. Production No.5 105 2010 35 175 5.8 hectares is utilized for green corn/white corn.83 36 2008 46. On the other hand.5 73 (White Corn) 2011 Dry Season – 40 120 3.0 5.0 hectares were utilized for farming.26 MT/ha.5 4.83 36 2009 36.29 0.0 50 Wet Season – 35 157. per year. In terms of harvest.2 Corn Production The increasing demand for corn has significant implications not only for the current farming system and sustainability of agriculture but also for food security especially among poor farmers.95 57 2006 74 555 7.5 74 Source: City Agriculture Office 79 .18 2.3 MT or 4.5 218 (White Corn) 2012 Wet Season .12 102. Green/White Corn Production.51 37 Source: City Agriculture Office Table 80.40 180 4.0 130.5 40 2011 Dry Season – 50 250.0 51.5 3.92 225. and green/white corn production for human consumption.4 4.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 4. Corn production is categorized into yellow corn production.85 MT/ha. An average of 49.0 32 2009 32. green/white corn production averages 246.82 46 2007 46.5 37 2010 36.0 4.2 41 2012 Dry Season – 50 250. 2006-2013 Year Area Planted Production (MT) Ave. yellow corn has an average produce of 209.18 2.2 3.1. Yellow Corn Production.0 5.

04 90.95 30 1.98 5 Snap Beans 5.4 MT 8 MT/ha 344 Source: City Agriculture Office 80 . This resulted to a production of 457 metric tons in 2009 to 695 metric tons in 2010.3 10.23 42.99 40 Tomato 6.0 51 19.5 8.3 ha.0 444 Source: City Agriculture Office In 2014. The significant production increase in 2010 is due to the intensification in ampalaya. Table 81. Area.0 34 1.5 7. .95 41.4 10.0 19 0. Average Yield and Farmers Involved.10 9 .0 65 16.55 132.7 7. .44 123.02 15 Mustard 0. High Value Crop Production. .945 15. Average farmers engaged in planting are 439 farmers in 2009 and 2010. .77 12. - Lettuce 0.0 25 Pechay 2.188 1.0 30 Eggplant 4. - TOTAL 42.1 7. Table 82.5 ha.58 137. 2013-14 Year Area Planted Total Production (MT) Average Production (MT) Farmers 2014 92. of AREA AREA CROPS Production Yield Farmers Production Yield Farmers (Ha) (Ha) (MT) (MT/Ha) Involved (MT) (MT/Ha) Involved Ampalaya 6. - Cabbage 0. .698 6. sitao.36 4.35 435 92. Vegetable Production.8 6. with a total area of 92. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 4. okra.09 22 .56 12.8 3 0.02 15 Patola 0.0 30 Sitao 3.6 5 . high value commercial crops production was strengthened.03 MT 4. - Hot Pepper 0. 610.5 4.05 1 20.2 hectares in 2009 and 92.7 8.0 1 .98 10.42 3.144 6. .1.12 1.99 155 Squash 8.9 7.5 9.1 186.01 15 Watermelon 0. It also contributes to the attainment of vegetable sufficiency and the realization of the city’s goal to be the “vegetable basket” in terms of providing high value crops in Metro Manila and other adjacent LGUs. .3 High Value Commercial Crops Production (Vegetable and Fruit) The City Agriculture Office’s program on high value commercial crops production involves distribution of various vegetables seeds to farmer beneficiaries and other clientele in rural and urban communities and selected schools.3 8.02 46 9.56 6.8 hectares in 2010.024 0.0 6 0. tomato and pechay.75 14. San Jose and Calawis. Vegetable farmers utilized 42.051 0. - Bell Pepper 0. . of Total Average No.2 67.97 10 Cucumber 0. Farmlands are located in Brgy.3 19.17 122.5 5.6 15.47 75.4 8.78 101.2 81. The continuous support of the City Government to vegetable farmers in marketing and processing of vegetables helps uplift the standard of living of farm families.0 2 Upo 0.37 6.59 2.3 12 5.7 15.06 12.6 2 .4 6. eggplant.6 8.73 54 8.17 457.75 39 22.92 35. 2009-10 2009 2010 Total Average No.0 33 15. squash.24 2.85 695. 433.5 hectares planted with upland (leafy vegetables) and lowland (solanaceous and cucurbits) vegetables.1.0 46 11. .6 6. .74 5.68 MT/ha No data 2013 76.5 8.0 102 Okra 1.76 8.0 51 10.

Kaysakat Payaguan River Source: City Agriculture Office 4. Pantay Tignoy Small Water Impounding Project (SWIP) 1. 3.2 Existing Agricultural Support Facilities 4. 4. Inuman and Inarawan irrigations are located in Barangay Inarawan. all located in Brgy.m 50-80 cavans Rice Mill = 16 Poblacion a Semi-cono 50-70 cavans / 8 hr run Pantay (4) Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run 81 . Puting Bato Spring 5.2. servicing a total agricultural area of 246. There are four (4) irrigation pumps and one small water impounding project. that contribute to the good harvest of crops.1. 50-80 cavans Paenaan 400 sq.S. while Tina-Pantay. Post Harvest Facilities Inspection Table 84.m.6 has. Old Boso-Boso Communal I. Boso-Boso Boso-Boso River 2. Old Boso-boso and Kaysakat irrigations are situated in Barangay San Jose. Boso-Boso Spring 50.000 cavans room storage and one (1) flat bed dryer with a capacity of 120 cavans. All irrigation systems are sufficient and have year-round water supply. sixteen (16) rice mills with mostly 40-50 cavans capacity per 8 hours run. Irrigation Facilities in Antipolo IRRIGATED AREAS WATER SOURCE SERVICE AREA Irrigation System 1.1. Inuman Communal I.14 has. Kaysakat Communal I.S. 5. Inarawan Communal I. San Jose.2.2 Post-harvest Facilities Most of the post harvest facilities are located in the eastern portion of Antipolo where agricultural production is predominant. Post-harvest Facilities in Antipolo FACILITY AND LOCATION SIZE/CLASS CAPACITY Solar Dryer = 4 Pantay (3) 400 sq. one (1) warehouse with 50. There are five (5) irrigation systems existing in Antipolo City as of 2010.0 has.1 Irrigation Facilities Agricultural support facilities comprise mainly of irrigation and post-harvest facilities. Payaguan River 45. Tagbac (2) Tagbac Creek 3. Table 83.0 has.S.74 has Irrigation Pumps 1.S. Inuman Creek 19. TOTAL 246. There are four (4) solar dryers with a capacity of 50-80 cavans.74 hectares. Tina-Pantay Irrigation System I Tignoy Dam 127.0 has.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 4. 2.1.

.392 20.2014 VST SLAUGHTERHOUSE 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2013 2014 Cattle 1.000 43.566 2. 2631 2335 Buffalo/Carabao Goat 308 - Total Slaughtered Cattles 2.005 3.717 15. 4.593. Based on the available information. in year 2011 onwards Aldec dressing plant reported its output at the Municipality of Baras.158 811 1.754 26. It is interesting to note that the demand for carabaos were very high in 2013 and 2014.60 per year. 633 301 565 673 - 262 251 .128 29.152.815. seven dressing plants have increase in production.937 30. 000 cavans Flat Bed Dryer = 1 Pantay 120 cavans Source: City Agriculture Office 4. Chuchimi Dressing Plant processes the most number of chickens in 2014 with 357.585 19.305 4.847 3.015 56.217 32. Table 85. however.044 113225 74818 VR Slaughterhouse 24. 2006-2014 SLAUGHTERHOUSE 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 No Class 47-48 MPC 22. In 2014.787 18.851 5.806 2.135 25.838 24.747 122.336 24.127 31739 23796 Rocky .896 560 .e lugo) included in the list for 2014. 1488 813 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Pinugay Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run Kaysakat (4) Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run Paenaan Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run Kapatagan Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run Boso-Boso Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run San Ysiro (3) Kiskis 40-50 cavans / 8 hr run Warehouse = 1 Dalig NFA warehouse 50.209 122.3 Livestock and Poultry The tables below show the number of slaughtered livestock (cattles and hogs) and slaughtered poultry (chicken). However.25 cattles every year.701 168.550 4. 2006.196 2.964 45.879 91.352 4046 2827 Total Slaughtered 153.114 565 3612 2335 Source: Office of the City Veterinarian There are eight (8) dressing plants operating in the City in year 2014. Asuncio Albano Rocky Farm slaughtered the most hogs with an average of 38.942 58. 82 .78 every year.1.858 4.396.776 17. Table 86.139 28799 13556 Ma.493 106.2% of the total output of all chicken dressing plants in the City. VST slaughterhouse butchers an average of 1.884 25. Hogs slaughtered for the past nine years averaged 142.500 29494 10434 data VST Slaughterhouse 47. Asuncio Albano 59.918 19299 10938 Slaughterhouse Orido Slaughterhouse N/A 2. . One (1) new dressing plant (i. Slaughtered hogs have decreased for the year 2014. Aldec’s production comprises 84.703 53.080 226602 136369 Hogs Source: Office of the City Veterinarian Table 85 shows the number of cattles (cows and carabaos) slaughtered from 2006-2014. this trend was reversed in 2006 and 2007.121 1. Number of Hogs Slaughtered.375 23. Ma.316 20.191 18.064 48.489 153. Number of Cattle Slaughtered.284 48. In 2010.

2. . There are 276 persons involved in aquaculture: 247 male and 29 female from eight barangays.820 29.555 126. .330 . 2006-2014 DRESSING 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2013 2014 PLANT Ma. - Dressing Plant Castillo . 24.4 Fishing Grounds and Aquaculture Antipolo City does not have large bodies of water that can sustain a significant fishing industry.375 126.672 237. 71.287 dressed chickens Source: Office of the City Veterinarian 4. Total area devoted to aquaculture in year 2013 is 7.418.939 Total 702. Nevertheless.835 64. Dispersal of tilapia fingerlings to fish farmers and culturist is regularly undertaken to ensure a dependable supply of fish in the market and community.664 13.092.057. . 15.417 2. .240 53. . . . .450 Clarin/ .742. . Number of Chickens Dressed. .152 Chuchimi Apellar . .588 263.484.244 26. . 32.280 22.600 1.963 2.763 1.485.546 . the City Government supports the development of aquaculture by use of fishponds. . 55. .272 5.764 134. 113.512 1.279 1.1.097 182. . . Asuncio 183. 83 .161.390 20. 36.075 79.860 1. .790 37.758 31.494 Dressing Plant Raya . 34.738 108.145 Olayvar . .303 323.310. - Nepomuceno .799 .070 12.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 87.610 150.870 . . .376 .675 Picones / .758 28.579 1. . 44.3 hectares. aquatanks and the like. .360 205.535. - Albano Aldec 519.980 357.250 1.125 Vergara Lugo 17. .307 Celine Merly . .

production of gas and steam. Construction Aggregates Brgy. Construction Aggregates Brgy. 30. and development of waterworks systems. Industrial Establishments by Type. Manufacturing plants. San Jose Pantay Aggregates Corp.2. Cupang Corporation (Unirock) Morocco Construction Aggregates Brgy. 2013 4. Lime and Silica Brgy. Construction Aggregates Brgy. and 4) construction. San Luis Source: BPLO 84 . Bagong Nayon Solid Integrated Co. Inc. Corp.1 Industries An average of three hundred thirty nine (339) registered industrial enterprises is found in Antipolo City for the past four years. Around forty five (45) of these types of businesses locate in the City annually. 3) generation of electric power. 4. San Jose Angela Lee Lime Brgy. Inarawan Hardrock Aggregates and Mountain Rock Construction Aggregates Brgy. Table 89. Table 88.2 Mining and Quarrying Industry There are five (5) quarrying businesses and three (3) mining companies in the City.2. 2011-14 Type of 2011 2012 **2013 2014 Establishment New Total New Total New Total New Total *Manufacturing 22 296 69 313 39 297 41 305 Processing 1 33 1 37 2 34 No data No data Repacking 1 6 1 6 1 6 No data No data Assembling 0 7 0 7 1 7 No data No data TOTAL 24 342 71 363 43 344 Source: BPLO * including small manufacturing businesses ** as of Sept. components or parts into finished products. Inarawan businesses in year 2014. Unfortunately. repacking and assembling RC Cola in Brgy. Most of the natural resources in Antipolo City are located in the eastern part of the City which is near and within the watershed area. These activities are grouped into four categories: 1) mining and quarrying of metallic and non-metallic minerals. 2) manufacturing of all types of products. comprise 86% of the industrial establishments. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The secondary sector pertains to manufacturing and processing. referring to those that convert raw materials. there is no available data on processing. The quarrying industry thrives in the City and supplies around sixty percent (60%) of the aggregate construction material needs of Metro Manila. San Jose Teresa Marble Marbleized Limestone Brgy. San Jose Rapid City Realty & Dev’t. Mining Companies in Antipolo COMPANY TYPE OF MINERAL LOCATION Island Quarry Aggregates Corp.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 19. Industrial Areas 85 .

Mining Areas 86 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 20.

financial and service center of Rizal with the growth in commercial and financial institutions in the City. Refreshment Parlor 15 52 Services 847 2. As of December 31. 2014 LINE OF BUSINESS NEW TOTAL Wholesalers 64 294 Manufacturer. Out of 10. Meanwhile.5% are into services.937 Privately-Owned Public Markets 1 Subd Operator 3 12 Lessor of Real Estate Non-Residential 40 239 Lessor Of Real Estate Residential 26 152 Exempted Businesses 17 272 Restaurant 126 378 TOTAL 2. The tertiary sector covers all services such as: 1) The new Robinsons Place Antipolo wholesale and retail trade. 2) transportation.2% of the existing businesses are newly registered is a positive indicator of the City’s bustling economy and attractiveness to investors. social and personal services. 50. Future developments are expected to take place in the lower portion of Antipolo along Sumulong and Marcos highway in anticipation of the improvement of roads. storage and communication. Motels. and 4) community. Commercial Establishments by Economic Activities. Dorm.Essential 37 88 Retailer 1. 4.Essential 2 3 Retailer.195 5. Table 90. real estate and business services.184 Contractors 59 262 Banks & Other Financial Inst 32 261 Hotels. flood control facilities and the construction of the Light Railway Transit (LRT) from Santolan to Masinag intersection.Essential 5 Wholesaler. insurance. the fact that 24. 3) finance. Inn 10 Lodging Houses.3. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Antipolo is considered as the major economic.488 10.289 establishments.4% are in the retailing business while 28. Boarding Houses 3 Private Cemeteries.1 Business Establishments Table 89 shows the different types of commercial businesses in the City. Cafeteria. Memorial Parks 1 6 Amusement Places 24 130 Cafes.289 Source: BPLO. 2014 87 .

Bagong Nayon Source: City Economic Enterprise Office 88 .177 2004 8.15M in CMA.753 Source: BPLO 4. Number of Registered Business.65M in revenues from the new CPM and 35. the BPLO recorded 10. The City Government through the City Economic Enterprise Office (CEEO) manages the operation and collection of fees of the City Market of Antipolo (CMA). Sta. Brgy.444 2006 8. In the same year. It is important to note that not all existing businesses were able to renew their permits consistently.202 2011 8. On the other hand. The new City Public Market (CPM) is situated along Sumulong Highway in Barangay Dela Paz.771 2005 9. 2004-2014 YEAR REGISTERED BUSINESSES 2014 10.241 2007 8. Quezon Extension Gate 2 Market (Private) Cogeo. 869 of the 873 stalls (99.925 2012 10.3.L. Cruz CMVC (Private) Cogeo. Brgy.2 Marketplaces There are eight (8) major marketplaces in the City of Antipolo. Table 91. while a few hundred also close shop each year.594 registered businesses (including industrial establishments) in Antipolo City in year 2014. Table 92. City Government earned 5. In 2014. Marcos Hi-way. Mayamot Lores Market (Private) M. Mayamot Neri Mart (Private) Blue Mountains.785 2008 8. while the rest are privately- owned and located in various places near the growth nodes. Brgy.364 2010 8. Dela Paz City Market of Antipolo (Public) Cogeo.594 2013 9. the City Government has an existing contract with the Lopez Company to co-manage The New Antipolo Public Market the new CPM.729 2009 8. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Overall.5%) in the new CPM were already occupied while 670 of the 751 stalls (89%) were occupied in the CMA. Dela Paz Masinag Wet and Dry Market (Private) Masinag. Marketplaces in Antipolo NAME LOCATION Antipolo Public Market Sumulong Highway. Dela Paz Super Eight Market (Private) Masinag. The eleven-year data shows a significant increase in number of businesses from 2012 to 2014 compared to the previous years.

“El Filibusterismo. 4. BOSO-BOSO CHURCH – was built by Franciscan missionaries in 1578. Likewise. According to history. Antipolo is also host to many historical and religious sites. trekking. 89 . Rizal was always brought to this enchanting place by his mother when he was young. the cross serves as a reminder of the saving grace of God when the image of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage was brought to this place for a Holy Mass to save the people from the deadly Cholera plague. camping.4. there are prayer mountains and retreat houses where people can spend a few days to relax. Although there are no beaches to expect in the highlands of Antipolo. WHITE CROSS – Majestically set on the highest peak of Pinagmisahan Hills. The Antipolo Cathedral is seat of the Diocese - the 3rd and present Bishop. Legend has it that a large church bell was thrown in the Taktak River to get rid of the harsh and unbearably loud sound that it produces during Angelus. It is the first dome-type church in the Philippines. signaling the start of the Pilgrimage Season which is observed every first Tuesday of May. especially during the Pilgrimage Season (May to July).Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Antipolo is rich in natural attractions. making it the oldest church in Antipolo. our national hero Jose P. The presence of the Antipolo Cathedral alone attracts millions of pilgrims and visitors on a yearly basis.” The century’s old masonry and stonework of what used to be the grand old church still stands today. HINULUGAN TAKTAK FALLS – is part of Antipolo’s natural and cultural heritage. The area is also known as “Via Dolorosa” with life-size Stations of the Cross and visited by thousands of people especially every Holy Thursday night. Most of these natural scenic spots are situated in the higher elevations of eastern and northern Antipolo. the image is brought to the same spot every year.” meaning the place where the bell was dropped. the Most Rev. This church was mentioned in Jose Rizal’s 2nd novel. biking and golf. the rugged terrain and cool climate makes it conducive to ecotourism and sports activities such as mountain climbing. meditate and rejuvenate their spirits. The shrine is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The place is famous for its alluring view of natural formation and the energetic sparks of water which is conducive for physical and spiritual cleansing. Gabriel Reyes. This explains the name “Hinulugan Taktak. before the Spanish colonization era.1 Tourist Destinations ANTIPOLO CATHEDRAL – The National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage is the primary landmark of Antipolo City. Since then.

ALAY LAKAD (Maundy Thursday & April 30 . this long stretch allows a panoramic view of the metropolis.May 1) – The Annual Alay Lakad is held in two occasions: during Maundy Thursday where millions of devotees flock to Antipolo as a form of penance for the Holy Week and from the evening of April 30 until dawn of May 1. The 1st Pair: Kapitan Uno carries the Pontifical Emblem and Kapitana Uno carries the Paschal Candle.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 OVERLOOKING – located along Sumulong Highway and on one of the peaks of this city. This annual event every April 30 begins with a procession of the image of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage from Quiapo Church going to the Antipolo Cathedral.4.” while others call it “Eagle’s Nest. it officially begins on the first Tuesday of May with a procession of the image of the Lady of Antipolo and a celebration of the H holy Mass at the Pinagmisahan Hills. and kasuy (cashew) as well as The Hamaka (hammock) which is the early mode of transportation of Antipoleños. 90 . Laguna and Tagaytay areas especially during nights. also known as the White Cross and ends on the first Tuesday of July after seven Novenas starting on the first Tuesday of May.2 Cultural and Tourism Activities ANG TIPULO Festival (May 1) – showcases the culture of Antipoleños and their local delicacies namely suman (sweetened steamed rice). mangga (mangoes). carries the Flag of the Church (Vatican City) and Kapitana Dos carries the Candelabra (sometimes called the Tres Marias). bars and hotels. The 2nd pair: Kapitan Dos. KAPITANES at KAPITANAS (Holy Week) – A unique Antipolo tradition dating back to the 1920s where two pairs of young Antipoleños are chosen to lead the faithful in the activities during Holy Week.” Overlooking offers world-class restaurants. A procession is observed at the end of every Novena. It was coined as “Antipolo’s Manila by Night. 4. THE PILGRIMAGE SEASON (May) – known as the Maytime Festival.

Kalamay – Antipolo is known to have the best kalamay. 6. 9. grown by the Dumagat and Remontado tribes of Antipolo. inadobo” (deep fried with garlic) or raw varieties. 7. Suman sa Ibos – Unsweetened sticky rice wrapped in softened coconut or banana leaves never goes wrong with “latik” (coconut milk caramel) and a cup of “kapeng barako” (native strong. 91 . 5. Pottery – Visit Lanelle Abueva-Fernando at the Crescent Moon Gallery for her collection of earthen masterpiece. Artworks – A quick stop at some local galleries will immerse you in the high art of paintings and sculptures. but short grain in size. 2.3 Ten Things to Buy in Antipolo 1. the price goes down as supply increases dramatically.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 4. Religious Items – From commercially produced images of the holy ones to handmade rosaries. Benernal is said to be rich in beta-carotene and a good source of fiber. As the summer wears on. Antipolo-style. you’re sure to get your share of religious treasures from Antipolo. It goes well with “salabat” or ginger ale. 4. 8. 3. Kasuy – Bring home a kilo or two of cashew nuts in “binusa” (dry roasted).4. dark coffee). This sweet sticky rice cake topped with dark sweet coconut glaze gives very satisfying delight in every bite. 10. Sineguelas – Also known as Spanish plum. Binuho – Also known as “suman sa buho”. Benernal/Upland Rice – This variety. is fragrant like Jasmine rice. it is sweetened glutinous rice cooked in bamboo tubes and seasoned in coconut milk. Mangga – Head to Antipolo for “kaings” (50-kilo baskets) of mangoes freshly harvested from local farms.

boxing matches and concerts. ranging in capacity from 15 for small planning sessions to 200 participants for general assemblies. 8. Boso-boso. and other environmental activities. First Pacific Leadership Academy (formerly MMLDC) Located at Km.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 4.4 More Places to Visit in Antipolo 1. FPLA offers various facilities such as a Food Hall that can accommodate 325 diners. complete team building facility and paintball area.000-squre-meter lot was transformed into a beautiful secret garden with a café using its own pottery pieces to showcase house specialties like the Alagao Lumpia. wildlife sanctuary. Eugenio Lopez Center is situated along Sumulong Highway covering an area of 5. 2. mini-forest. Touch of Glory Prayer Mountain is a haven in a rainforest located in Barangay San Jose. Antipolo. it offers a panoramic view of the metropolis as well as nature's unparalleled beauty. 27 Sumulong Hi-way. rainforest. Crescent Moon Gallery offers pottery lessons in this little nook along Ascension Road. 3. aviary and pond. It is a venue for exchanging exhibitions for modern contemporary art. Pacem Eco-Park was established by Assumption Antipolo to help raise concern for the environment.4. 5. prayer huts. exhibitions and large gatherings. 92 . Ynares Center is a venue for sports activities. Creativity Hall. Camp Explore is located in Barangay Calawis. 7. expos. At 850 feet above sea level. The two-hectare sanctuary provides individual prayer cells. It can accommodate up to 7. It features an eco-center. Pinto Gallery is a contemporary art space developed by neurologist and art patron Dr. The 5. nature hikes. 6. It is an alternative venue for PBA games.000 delegates with wide ground for parking and outdoor activities. a chapel and private rooms for an overnight stay. 4. tribe games. Joven Cuanang since the late 1970s.250 square meters atop a 10-hectare property. This place is an ideal destination for camping. There are 14 classrooms.

Antipolo City.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 21. 2012 93 . Tourist Map.

55% Muntindilaw 16 2.07% San Juan 49 7. Cruz 45 7.65% San Isidro 41 6. Number of Subdivisions by Barangay.75% San Jose 51 8. San Roque with 68 and Brgy.24%). It is important to note that there is no available data on the land areas occupied by 17 subdivision. 2014 Barangay Number % Share District 1 Bagong Nayon 14 2. when the approval of subdivision developments was devolved by the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) to the City Government of Antipolo.16% Dela Paz 42 6.00% Cupang 60 9.816.76% Sub Total 363 57. accounting for 30. the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) issued 406 development permits for residential subdivisions.44% TOTAL 632 100% Source: CPDO Table 94 shows that since year 1994. followed by Barangay Inarawan (21. Table 93. the figures presented in Table 94 and 95 is less than the actual scenario.12% Sub Total 269 42.44% San Roque 68 10.85% Mayamot 73 11.49% Dalig 58 9.75% San Luis 47 7. followed by Brgy.18% Inarawan 30 4.1 Residential Subdivision Development Antipolo City is a popular destination for urban living because of its proximity to Metro Manila.43 hectares of residential land in different parts of the City.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 5. Barangay San Juan has the largest tract of land utilized for residential subdivisions. 94 .56% District 2 Calawis 0 0. There are 632 residential subdivisions in Antipolo City as of December 2014. Cupang with 60.22% Beverly Hills 1 0. Barangay Calawis. Brgy.53% Sta. San Isidro Marikina Watershed Reservation. does not have a residential subdivision. being located in the Crestwood Subdivision. Barangay Mayamot has the most subdivision developments with 73. thus. its rustic setting. These covered a total of 1.49% Mambugan 37 5. high elevation and cool climate.49% of the whole.

11 hectares or 0.79 2012 16 38.53 6.84 Complete details Dalig 47 122.75 No land area on 2 subds.70 4. - TOTAL 406 1.76 2007 17 31.00 5.50 2011 24 38. 1994-2014 Year Number of Subdivision Area (has. Within twenty one (21) years.18 Complete details Mambugan 14 15.39% was on year 2014.55 Complete details Bagong Nayon 10 24.49 No land area on 2 subds Cupang 28 70.76 30. Subdivisions per barangay.00 5.43 100 17 subdivisions w/ no land area Source: CPDO Table 95 indicates that from 1994 to 2000.51 1998 28 159.38 1995 38 265.77 21.86 No land area on 2 subds Inarawan 22 385. a total of 177 residential subdivisions were developed in a span of seven years or an average of 25 subdivisions per year.15 2003 17 42. 2014 95 .816. Total Area in Hectares. This is followed by year 1995 with 265.816.95 2010 14 16.94 2006 13 70.41 2004 17 40.26 2008 21 49.24 No land area on 1 subd Calawis . 1994-2014 Number of Total Subdivision % Remarks Barangay Subdivisions Area (Hectares) share San Isidro 22 82.84 Complete details Muntindilaw 6 4.23 No land area on1 subd Dela Paz 28 48. a total of 1.18 TOTAL 406 1.87 hectares or 14.06 3. San Luis 33 115.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 94.16 6.71 2000 26 133.25 5.52 1997 22 159. The biggest utilization of land was the year 1996 with 371.09 2005 18 40.87 1994 29 177. The least number of subdivision developments comprising of 7.45%.17 1996 28 371.43 hectares of land were occupied by 406 subdivisions.64%.43 1.86 No land area on 1 subd San Jose 34 106. Cruz 20 106.) % share Developments 2014 9 7.66 No land area on 1 subd Sta.21 0.38 hectares or 20. Subdivision Developments Approved by LGU.24 2.77 1999 6 40. Mayamot 51 94.22 4. Table 95.11 2013 9 14. Total Area of Residential Subdivisions given Development Permits by LGU.16 2001 17 48.82 2002 15 18.816.85 No land area on 1 subd San Roque 49 88.34 No land area on 4 subds San Juan 42 553.35 No land area on 2 subds.38 2009 22 51.43 Source: CPDO.09 0.

The MIR traverses through central Antipolo and extends further east to Tanay.67% and farm-to-market roads compose 18. All except the MIR lead to the poblacion.316 km National Road 57. and the Ortigas Extension from the south.41 km Concrete and earth – 4.38 km Concrete and asphalt – 2. Among the four categories.L. concrete paver. The road network in the Poblacion is a hybrid of the circumferential-radial road system and the grid system. Oliveros St. which extends southward to Angono. M.15 km Concrete and gravel – 13. 31.7%. 75.3 kms are farm-to-market roads. and the Sumulong St. city roads comprise 37. Quezon St. Table 96 below shows the inventory of roads in Antipolo City. Table 96. Antipolo City Category Length (km) Surface City Road 75.1%) of the farm-to-market roads in the city is still undeveloped.259 km Concrete – 53. A big portion (42.44 km Concrete and gravel – 9. the Marikina-Infanta Road (MIR).7 kms. In terms of percentages.564 km Farm-to-Market Road 36.7% of the roads in the City are fully concreted. provincial roads consist of 15. Quezon St.46%.75 km Asphalt . were categorized as city roads.2.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 5.514 km Earth – 0. and M.749 km Concrete Provincial Road 31. Other roads have portions that are gravel. national roads cover 28.1 Road Network Antipolo City is linked to Metro Manila by three major national roads: Sumulong Highway. Inventory of Roads.18% of the roads in the City. Other major roads that link Antipolo with its neighbors are the Provincial Road which links Antipolo to Teresa. usually experience traffic because of the presence of tricycles and jeepneys.46 km Concrete and concrete paver – 0. dilapidated or without improvements (earth).0.68 km Concrete and gravel – 12.24 km Earth – 15. are provincial roads and 36.4 kms. The circumferential Road. are national roads.2 kms.L.22 km Dilapidated concrete – 6. 57.474 km Concrete 17. P.32 km Source: CPDO 96 . only the national roads are completely concrete. It is important to note that this inventory does not include the barangay roads and some inner roads in private subdivisions that were donated to the city.399 km Concrete – 7. 67..

Road Map. Antipolo City Source: CPDO 97 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 22.

P. L.2.60 RCBC (SB) Inarawan Bridge Seminaryo. P. Brgy. San Roque 6.50 RCBC (SB) San Isidro H. Brgy. San Isidro 25.00 7.60 6. Brgy.. Dela Paz 15. Brgy.55 linear meters.50 8. So. Dela Paz 15. Dela Paz 6. Bridge 1 CMA. Rodriguez St. Sumulong Mem. J.60 7. San Juan 30. San Isidro 10. San Jose 30. San Juan 18. Brgy.50 RCDG Source: CPDO Table 99. Marcos Highway.50 RCDG NHA Ave. Inarawan 74. Table 97. L. Brgy. Sumulong Mem. Brgy. Brgy. Del Pilar Bridge MH Del Pilar St. Rizal. NHA Ave..50 6.H. Dela Paz 3. Brgy. Sen. L.. Hall. Brgy.Buliran Bridge 1 Padilla.00 RCBC (DB) SLSMC Bridge 2 PLDT.60 RCDG J.50 RCDG Colocob Bridge Taktak. Dela Paz 15. Asuncion Bridge Brgy. Brgy. Dela Paz 12.50 RCBC (SB) F. Brgy. Capacity and Condition There are ten (10) national bridges. Sapinit Rd. Brgy.. San Jose 9.20 RCBC (SB) NHA Ave.00 3.20 RCBC (SB) Bayugo . Brgy. Brgy. Bridge 3 Pinugay.20 7.50 RCDG Tabac Bridge C.70 RCBC (DB) Source: CPDO Table 98. Brgy. C. National Bridges.. San Isidro 2.55 14.00 15.50 8. NHA Ave. Dela Paz 2.40 Steel Bridge Roman Roxas Rd.80 RCDG San Jose Bridge San Jose St. Brgy. Sen. Lawis St. Bridge 4 District Hospital. Dela Paz 9. Sen.50 7.50 RCDG M. Roman Roxas Rd.60 RCDG Lucban Bridge NHA. Antipolo City Name of Bridge Location Length (m) Width (m) Type Roman Roxas Rd.20 Steel Bridge Pasong Palanas Bridge Sapinit Rd.. Brgy. Type.00 7. Lucban Ave. Most of these bridges are located in the western section of the City where the urban areas are found.. Brgy.P.00 7.. Brgy. NHA Ave.S. Circle. Lawis St. Marcos Highway. Circle. Bridge 2 Broadway. Brgy.. thirty (30) city bridges and ten (10) barangay bridges in Antipolo City. Antipolo City Name of Bridge Location Length (m) Width (m) Type Ramos Bridge Villa Cristina. Brgy. San Jose 45.60 RCDG Sapinit Bridge Heaven's Gate.50 RCDG 98 . San Jose 6. Dela Paz 6.50 12..50 3. Bridge Villa Ligaya.. Bridge 1 Abuyod. Bridge 2 Sumilang. Antipolo City Name of Bridge Location Length (m) Width (m) Type Kamias Bridge Marcos Highway. Oliveros Bridge ACG Terminal. Kamias..60 6. San E.50 7.50 5. Rizal Bridge Monte Rosas. Circle. E.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 5. San Jose 50. Roman Roxas Rd.60 RCDG NHA Ave.. Rodriguez Bridge Isidro 11.50 7.P. Brgy.00 7. Taktak Rd.60 6..00 7.60 9. Lawis Bridge Alarcon. Dela Paz 2. Brgy..00 RCDG Pinugay Bridge Pinugay. San Jose 36. Dela Paz 14. ML Quezon Ave.2 Bridges by Location. Brgy.50 RCDG Paenaan Bridge Paenaan. Brgy. Brgy. Oliveros St. Inarawan 4. Bayugo-Buliran Rd. Dela Paz 18. Dela Paz 4. five (5) provincial bridges. Brgy. Provincial Bridges.00 26.00 RCBC(SB) SLSMC Bridge 1 PNP..50 7. Brgy. Marcos Highway. Asuncion. F. Oliveros St.00 RCBC (DB) C.50 14.80 Steel Bridge Roman Roxas Rd. Sumulong Mem. Brgy.00 7. NHA Ave. for a total of fifty five (55) bridges spanning a length of 954. Dela Paz 30. Bridge 3 Langhaya..00 7.50 7.00 9... San Isidro 7. Roman Roxas Rd.20 RCBC (DB) P.60 RCDG NHA Ave..50 RCDG Singkalan Bridge Ynares. City Bridges. Marcos Highway.80 RCDG Monang Bridge Padilla.20 RCDG MLQ Ave..

00 RCBC (SB) Cogeo Ave... Bagong Nayon 20.. O'Hara Bridge 1 T. San Luis 15. Ohara Fdr Rd.20 RCDG M. Bridge 1 Gate 1.60 RCDG Pedracio Bridge 1 Gloria Hts. San Jose 15. Martinez St..00 7. Ohara.00 RCBC (DB) Burmingham.60 RCDG Cogeo Ave.Kaysakat Bridge Boso-Boso. Cruz. jeepneys and mini-trucks are available on a limited basis. San Roque 2.00 7. Sumulong Extn. Quezon City.00 RCBC (SB) Tagbac Bridge Tagbac Rd. San MLQ Extn. The terminal at Paenaan is the eastern most terminal for jeepneys coming from Metro Manila. Antipolo City Name of Bridge Location Length (m) Width (m) Type Nayong Silangan Bridge Nayong Silangan. Brgy. tricycles are the most accessible mode of public transport.. Brgy. Santos St.00 RCBC (SB) T. Brgy. Sumulong Extn. San Jose 43.00 RCBC (SB) T. Brgy. Bridge 1 Ferretville.50 6.00 18. Brgy. Brgy...00 4.00 10.00 7.50 Overflow Calawis Bridge Calawis Ave.00 RCBC (SB) Sumulong Extn.80 RCCP Series Source: CPDO Various means of public transportation are available in Antipolo. Brgy. Bridge 1 Mercury. San Roque 3.50 10. Kaysakat. Bayugo-Buliran Rd. Brgy. Brgy.. Quezon City. Brgy. There is a jeepney route from Marikina to Paenaan in Brgy.00 5. Peter. San Jose 3. Brgy.. Morong and Tanay through various routes.. Brgy. San Jose 2. Dalig 5. San Jose 2...50 17.00 Overflow Boncan Rd. Brgy.. to Ayala in Makati and to Cubao. San Roque 3. Dalig 3. Bridge 3 Gate 2.20 6. The EMBC bus line takes the Ortigas extension route leading to Manila.00 7. Within the Poblacion. Alfelor Ave. Cogeo Ave. San Jose and San Luis. These vehicles have highly limited schedules in a week 99 . Santos St.50 RCDG UPHECO. FX service is available from the Poblacion to Crossing in Mandaluyong.00 RCBC (SB) T. Pedracio St. Cogeo Ave.. San Roque 7. Brgy. Brgy. Bridge 2 Cogeo Ave. Bridge 2 Cristimar. Calawis 120. The EMBC terminal is located in P.Buliran Bridge 2 Isidro 12.50 6.00 7. San Jose 1. Barangay Bridges. San Jose.50 RCDG Cogeo Ave.00 3. Brgy. Brgy. Brgy. along the Marikina Infanta Road.60 12. San Roque 4. San Jose 2..50 RCDG Carigma Bridge Carigma St. Brgy. Brgy.80 6. Brgy.. Brgy. San Bayugo . Brgy.00 RCBC (SB) San Joseph Bridge Sitio San Joseph.30 8. Bridge 2 Roque 3. Brgy.20 RCBC (SB) Sumulong Extn... Jeepneys are more numerous and connect the city with Mandaluyong. Boncan Rd..90 RCBC (DB) Source: CPDO Table 100.00 7.20 RCDG Martinez Bridge St. Sta.40 6. Bayugo-Buliran Rd. Bridge Samba Ville.50 RCBC (SB) M. O'Hara Bridge 3 T. Oliveros St.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 National Steel. Brgy.70 6.Buliran Bridge 3 Isidro 6. ML Quezon Ext. Bagong Nayon 31.00 RCBC (SB) Pinugay Bridge Pinugay Rd. Inter-city transportation is provided by buses. In the far-flung barangays of Calawis. 14.00 Overflow Boso-Boso . San Jose 22.50 RCBC (SB) MLQ Extn.30 7. O'Hara Bridge 2 T..00 12. ML Quezon Ext.00 7. FXs and jeepneys. Ohara.. Bridge ANHS. Bagong Nayon 85.50 RCDG Alfelor Ave. San Bayugo .50 6. San Jose 2. Santos Bridge 2 M. Santos Bridge 1 M.

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and the number of turnabout is not as numerous. Thus, overloading becomes inevitable
which may be dangerous to passengers. In Sitio Pinugay, there is a terminal located
southwest of Foremost Farm, where jeepneys bound for Baras are stationed.

There are presently seventeen (17) registered public FXs and AUVs in the City with fifteen
(15) terminals located within the city. Jeepney terminals are situated in twenty one (21)
different locations with twenty three (23) organizations. There are a total of eighty four (84)
locations for tricycle. There are instances when two terminals share the same area.

Table 101. Summary FX/AUV 2014

Types of PUV’s No. of Organization No. of Units
FX/AUV’s 17 439
PUJs 23 1709
Tricycles 84 10,858
TOTAL 124 13,006
Source: PTRB , as of December, 2014

Table 102. FX/AUV Terminals, 2014
ITEM NO.
NO. ASSOCIATION AUTHORIZED ROUTE OF TERMINAL ADDRESS
UNITS
01 MECCA CROSSING-AYALA-CUBAO- 35 Masangkay St. Cor. P. Oliveros
ANTIPOLO St. In front 7-11 Store
02 CATGI CUBAO VIA LRT, SANTOLAN. SM 6 CATGI Inc. Terminal P. Oliveros
TAYTAY- ANTIPOLO St.
03 ACPUVA CUBAO-ANTIPOLO 28 Masangkay St. back of KFC,
Bonifacio St. Cor. Carigma St.
04 ACCADOA ANTIPOLO VIA CROSSING, 37 Masangkay st. Cor. P. Oliveros
AYALA St. Back of Burger King
05 ANATODA AYALA VIA ANTIPOLO 35 Masangkay st. Cor. Martinez St
06 CCPODI ANTIPOLO-CUBAO 33 Padilla Cubao via Cogeo
07 TMACATODA ANTIPOLO-AYALA 5 In front of 7-11 Store M.LQ St.
cor. L. Sumulong ave.
08 TRUVCAC ANTIPOLO-CUBAO 30 Masangkay St. P. Oliveros St.
and Gen. Luna St. Parking
Space
09 BISIG AT AYALA - ANTIPOLO 40 Martinez st. cor. Bonifacio St. as
LAKAS a Pick up/ Vol. Terminal
10 GTECCODA CUBAO, ANTIPOLO, MARCOS HI- 22 Gate 2 Cogeo Loob, BN1
WAY,GATE2, COGEO LOOB
11 MATA AYALA, MASINAG, ANTIPOLO 60 Grand Polo Hotel, Marcos Hi-
way, as pick up/ vol. terminal
12 C-6 ANTIPOLO AYALA-ANTIPOLO 6 7-ELEVEN CIR. ROAD A.C.
AYALA
13 ACODA ANTIPOLO-CROSING 32 Padis Point Circumferential Rd,
Dalig Antipolo City
14 ISORICO COGEO-CUBAO 33 COGEO GATE II
15 ALDOA ANTIPOLO - LRT 10 M.L. Quezon St., cor. Cir. Rd.
Antipolo City
16 MEGA EAST ANTIPOLO-AYALA 10
17 INDIVIDUAL 14
OPERATOR
TOTAL 439
Source: PTRB , as of December 2014

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Table 103. Public Utility Jeepney Terminals, 2014
File PUJ AUTHORIZED ROUTE TERMINAL ADDRESS
No. ASSOCIATION
1 AEODA 50 CROSSING EDSA CENTRAL- P. Oliveros St. Antipolo City
ANTIPOLO
2 ATSCI 75 De Jesus Cmp. cor Gen. Luna St.
Antipolo City
3. AIMEJODA 40 ANTIPOLO MANUELA EDSA San Lorenzo Ave.
4 BAGONG Brgy. BagongNayon II .Antipolo City
NAYON II
5 CLASJODA 18 ANTIPOLO COGEO LANGHAYA Masangkay St., Antipolo City
6 EASTERN 16 Sen. Lorenzo Sumulong Ave. Cor. F.
SURVIVOR Manalo
7 FAJODAI 80 ANTIPOLO JUNCTION SitioLanghaya Padilla, Brgy. Dela Paz
SUMULONG CUBAO Antipolo City
8 JAODA 70 JRU - ANTIPOLO GSIS Ave., Bagong Nayon Gate II
9 HACUCODOA 19 HARVARD CUBAO COGEO GATE II Cogeo gate Brgy. Sta. Cruz
10 KALAYAAN 4 GATE II SAMPALOC TANAY Motortrade Masinag Paenaan
11 LABAN ACJODA 23 CUBAO ANTIPOLO De Jesus cmp, Gen Luna
12 LUNGSOD 180 COGEO CUBAO Grand Polo Hotel, Masinag Mayamot
SILANGAN
13 MAPODA 440 MARIKINA ANTIPOLO PAENAAN De Jesus Cmp, Gen. Luna cor P.
Oliveros & MasangkayA.C.
14 MAPABODA 184 PADILLA CUBAO Paenaan, Brgy. San Jose Antipolo City
15 NUTJODA 41 ANTIPOLO HILS Antipolo Hills Brgy. San Luis Antipolo
City
16 PACUCODAI 168 PADILLA COGEO CUBAO M.L. Quezon St. cor. L. Sumulong Ave.
Antipolo City
17 PAGODA 125 PAENAAN COGEO GATE II Masangkay St. cor. P. Oliveros St.,
PADILLA Antipolo City
18 PASAJODA 9 PANTAY ANTIPOLO SOLID F. Manalo St. Antipolo City
19 PASJMODAI 5 PALO ALTO RIVERBANKS
20 SACODI 73 ANTIPOLO JUNCTION/ P. Oliveros St. Antipolo City
SUMULONG CUBAO
21 SCANJODA 42 TANAY-SUMULONG CUBAO 7-11 M.L. Quezon
22 TAMCADOA 21 ANTIPOLO MORONG-TANAY Circumferential Rd, Dalig, Antipolo City
23 INDIVIDUAL 26
TOTAL : 1709
Source: PTRB , as of December 2014

Table 104. Tricycle Terminals, 2014
FRANCHISE TODA ASSOCIATION TERMINAL ADDRESS
NO.
01-076 ACMPTODA Martinez St. Cor. Masangkay St, Antipolo
02-145 AG2TODA Carigma St. Brgy. San Jose Antipolo
03-130 AHSLJTODA Sitio Hinapao, Brgy San Jose
04-060 ALCHTODA M.L. Quezon St. Tapales Compound Brgy. San Roque
05-101 AMPTODA M.L. Quezon St. Barangay San Roque
06-060 ADAMSTODA M.L. Quezon St. San Roque
07-125 APFMCTODA Sen. Lorenzo Sumulong Ave. Cor. F. Manalo
08-500 AMTODA J. Sumulong St., Brgy San Jose
09-185 ASTDA M.L. Quezon, Brgy Dela Paz
10-201 ASACTODA Mabuhay Terminal Barangay San Roque
11-525 AYATDOA M.L. Quezon St. beside Landbank Brgy. Dalig
12-100 ASHTODA Sumulong St. Barangay San Roque
13-131 BETA Dela Paz St. Cor. M.H. Del Pilar
14-135 BPOACTODA P. Oliveros St., Brgy. Dela Paz
15-070 FLIGHT NIGHT Lopez Jaena St. Brgy San Jose
16-156 GMA TODA M.L Quezon fronting Lores Plaza
17-331 GEMCASTODA Mabuhay Terminal, Brgy. San Roque
18-120 7-ELEVEN TODA M.L. Quezon St. San Roque
19-220 LCM TODA Lores Plaza, Brgy. San Roque
20-257 MLQLCPTODA Lores Plaza, Brgy. San Roque
21-145 EPRKLTODA Pine City Brgy San Roque

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22-107 LMPTODA Diner St. Lores Executive cor. M.L Quezon
23-122 MVMAWTODA Maia Alta Sapang Buho St. Dalig
24-036 DACTODA Circumferential Rd., Dalig
25-130 PPBATODA Gatlabayan St., Brgy. San Roque/ Sub-Terminal F. Manalo St
26-141 MBMATODA Shopwise Bonifacio St. cor. Martinez St.
27-126 NLFMTODA Vacant lot fronting Otto Shoes
28-036 PBHTODA Brgy. Beverly Hills
29-370 ACPTTODA Tapales cor. Sen. L Sumulong Memorial Circle
30-127 SHATDA P. Oliveros St. Cor. Circumferential Rd Dela Paz
31-114 SPPATODA Masangkay St., Cor. Dela Paz St.
32-075 PVATODA #12 A. Carigma St.,
33-110 PUMDA Max’s parking space cor. Sen. L. Sumulong
34-031 PAGKATODA F. Manalo St., Brgy. San Jose
35-240 UM-ADOTA J. Sumulong St., Cor. Lopez Jaena Brgy. San Jose
36-240 PATATODA Parking lot in front of Otto Shoes
37-147 PGLTODA Gen. Luna St., Brgy. Dela Paz
38-200 SAFTODA Mahabang Parang Angono Rizal
39-110 SHAGTODA Sumulong High Way Check Point Dela Paz
40-150 SIKAPTODA Parking lot in front of Otto Shoes
41-193 RSSSATODA Sto. Niño in front of Public Cemetery
42-261 SSLTODA Sto. Niño St., cor. M. Santos St.
43-063 SMKTODA Circumferential road, Sumulong Hi-way
44-040 PMACTODA Simeon St., Brgy. San Roque
45-080 SSLRSTODA San Lorenzo Ruiz, San Roque
46-170 TAKTODA Sumulong compound/ Sumulong St.
47-070 CTPTODA Sitio Calumpang Brgy San Jose
48-125 T-TODA Carigma Ext. Sitio Tanag, Brgy. San Jose
49-050 FVRCTODA Sitio Cabading, Brgy. San Jose
50-020 GUTODA Sitio Gumamela I Brgy. Sta. Cruz
51-138 MHPRTODA Sitio Kapatagan, Brgy San Jose
52-085 HBTODA Sitio Boso- Boso, Brgy. San Jose
53-060 PANG-MASA Tanglaw Cor. NHA Ave., Brgy. San Isidro
54-141 PPCTODA Sitio Maagay I, Brgy. Inarawan
55-098 AVCSTODA Sitio Kapatagan Veterans Brgy. San Jose
56-050 HPITODA Purok Imelda Hospital Brgy. Dela Paz
57-050 CASHTODA Purok Imelda Sitio Senarai
58-074 SEMTODA St. Anthony, Inarawan Antipolo City
59-072 KMFHSJTODA Forest Hills, Brgy. Bagong Nayon I
60-607 KAMAGONG Gate II Brgy. Sta. Cruz
61-158 BANATODA Journal cor., GSIS Ave., Brgy. BN1 Antipolo City
62-044 PAGTODA Pagrai, Brgy. Mayamot
63-068 CVG2ATODA GSIS Rd., Brgy. Bagong Nayon
64-076 SHACTODA Sumulong Hi-way/ P. Oliveros St.
65-099 PPMTODA Peñafrancia, Cupang/Mayamot
66-200 MMTSOCTODA Tocs Ave., Mayamot
67-315 MACUPATODA Sumulong High Way Cor. Oliveros St., Mayamot
68-300 MMATODA Carpark Spectrum Bldg., Marcos Hi-way
69-100 GMCATODA V.v. Soliven Ave., Brgy. Mayamot
70-025 LOUTODA Lourdes, Purok 4 Zone 8 Brgy. Cupang
71-031 HRQTODA Sitio Quarry Brgy. Mayamot
72-026 KAGUTODA Sitio Kamandag, Brgy. Bagong Nayon
73-030 TSSTODA Escala St., Sitio Talipapa, Brgy. San Isidro
74-016 BUMTODA Sitio Central I, Brgy. Inarawan
75-040 TAMPTODA Sitio Tawid- Tawid, Brgy. Dela Paz
76-050 PATODA P5 Z8 Purok 3 Zone 8, Mansita, Brgy. Cupang
77-205 PARECUTODA Panorama St., Rancho State Marikina- Cupang
78-050 OLLVCMTODA Purok 3 Zone 8, Mansita, Brgy. Cupang
79-035 SIRUTODA Siruna, Brgy. Mambugan
80-030 CMSLTODA Sitio Culasisi, Brgy. San Luis
81-030 CABPATODA Brgy. Calawis
82-031 MHPCTODA Marcos Hi-way, Brgy. San Jose
83-031 PIMASTODA Pedra Blanca Cor. Marcos High Way, Brgy. San Luis
84-036 MUNTIN-DILAW Brgy. Muntindilaw
Source: PTRB, as of December, 2014

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Map 23. Public Utility Vehicle Terminals, Poblacion Antipolo City

Source: CPDO

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For the past years, tricycles have been the most common mode of public transportation
with a total of 10,858 or 83.5% of the entire PUVs in the City. Second is jeepney with 1,709
followed by FX/AUV with 439. However, since 2008 up to 2013, FX’s/AUVs showed a
yearly decline and rose again with 65% increase in 2014. Jeepneys increased by 5.9% last
year. Likewise, registered tricycles constantly increased by an average of 1.8% since year
2007.

Table 105. Registered Public Utility Vehicles, by Type, 2007-2014
Types of No. of 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014
PUV’s Organi-
No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of
zation
Units Units Units Units Units
(2014)
FX/AUV’s 17 515 555 458 368 266 266 439
PUJs 23 1,708 1,790 1,744 1,495 1,614 1,614 1709
Buses - 40 40 25 - - - -
Tricycles 84 9,630 9,532 9,769 10,556 10,589 10,797 10,858
TOTAL 124 11,893 11,917 11,940 12,419 12,469 12,677 13,006
Source: CPUVTRB

The rapid urbanization of the City brought along with it the abrupt increase in the number of
public utility vehicles, especially tricycles, passing through the different routes in Antipolo
which contribute largely to the deteriorating traffic condition particularly in the city proper.

The traffic problem is most evident in the Poblacion and the Masinag intersection. The
main problem with the Poblacion is its narrow roads swarming with tricycles and offering
limited parking space. During Sundays, traffic congestion is worse due to the number of
visitors to the Antipolo Cathedral.

The Masinag intersection is usually congested mainly because of the large volume of
vehicles coming from Cogeo and Antipolo Proper traversing Marcos Highway towards
Cubao. The existence of two (2) PUV loading and unloading areas situated along the road
in Masinag aggravate the traffic situation. Establishments such as SM City Masinag,
Masinag Market and other service providers also slow down the traffic flow in the area.

To address the traffic situation in the city and the shortage of parking areas in the
Poblacion, the City Government ventured in a Build-Operate-Transfer scheme with the
private sector for the construction of a Multi-level Parking Complex (Victory Park and Shop)
adjacent to the Antipolo Cathedral. The two level basement parking can accommodate up
to two hundred twenty two (222) vehicles. A component of the implementation of this
project is the restriction of vehicle parking along P. Oliveros Street and M.L. Quezon Street.
With the alleviation of traffic in the Poblacion, it is projected that the City’s tourism industry
will improve.

In addition, the Office of the Public Security and Safety (OPSS) implements a one-way and
two-way traffic scheme in order to reduce the congestion of vehicles in the city proper. A
city ordinance prohibiting street vendors along sidewalks and another ordinance forbidding
tricycles to use the side streets as terminals are also being enforced.

The traffic situation in the Masinag Intersection was addressed through a road-widening
project along Marcos Highway which provided an additional two lanes on both sides from
SM Masinag up to Vermont Park Executive Village. At the same time, the highway was
elevated by two feet in order to prevent flooding during rainshowers and storms. Road

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Tables 106 shows the information on electrification levels of households in Antipolo City.727 113. residential uses has the highest consumption with 207.426 297. MERALCO projected that kilowatt hour sales will increase at an average of 5.919 2000 165. In 2012.642 Source: MERALCO As shown in table 108.452 282. Street lights would decrease by 3. Annual Energy Sales (kilowatt hours). Table 107.4% electrification level.144 75% 1999 103.05% per year.213 85. of Households Electrified Households % Electrified 2012 121.829 3.1 Household Served and Unserved by Electricity Antipolo City is generally supplied with electrical power by MERALCO since the 1930s.236 2001 176.513 75% Source: MERALCO (1999-2001).6.683 83. 105 .830 77. 1999-2001 and 2012 Year No.543 68.90% per year going forward.817 3. The road-widening from Masinag intersection to Cogeo Gate 2.713 1999 148.4% 2001 122. out of the 121. Total energy sales in 2007 is 18% higher compared to 2001.013 49.6.451 302.727 households interviewed in Antipolo City.320 371.703 61. All the barangays in Antipolo have electricity. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 widening was also implemented along Sumulong Highway and P. 5. is likewise an ongoing project by the DPWH. commercial sales by 7. Oliveros Street towards the Antipolo Cathedral. Electrification Level. The LRT Line 2 Extension from Santolan Station up to Masinag is also expected to be implemented.736 4.367 76% 2000 113. 1999-2001 and 2007 Year Residential Commercial Industrial Streetlight Total 2007 207. Energy sale from streetlights decreased by 131 KWh in 2007.900 44. Table 106.720 72. Sumulong.500 53.2 Number of Connections by Type of Users and Average Consumption In terms of energy use.434 4.982 KWh in the year 2007 or 56% of the total. Antipolo CBMS (2012) 5. which started in the administration of the late Mayor Victor R.982 105. the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) recorded a 93.69% in 2008 and increase by an average of .773 93.229 93.09% per year. Residential sales would increase by 4.26% per year.49% per year and industrial sales by 4.

236. Calawis.132 415.354.615 437.968. San Juan. Calawis (0%) and Brgy.429.091.525. Rubberized water distribution is typically used.726 245.868.45 TOTAL 139.34 Commercial 29.244 TOTAL 371.12 34.796.085.90 99.36 977. Historical and Forecasted Kilowatt Hours Sales by Customer Class. San Isidro and Mayamot have 98% and Brgy Mambugan and Cupang has 97%. Computed Demand Projection by Customer Class.3 Table 109.896 217.034 4.167. Brgy.281. water-impounding concrete structures protecting the spring source from unnecessary litter and pollution or disturbance.26 951.737.237.662 61.691.65 17. Households not served by Manila Water depend on the spring development projects of the local government which are simple.18 102. San Juan (26%).333. They are Brgy.11 37.630. Based on Manila Water data.901 4. Muntindilaw has 100% coverage.556. Brgy.82 107.292 457.335.433.898. artesian wells.319.38 16. open wells.582 124. barangays located in hilly areas are not fully serviced. 2012-2014 Barangay 2012 2013 2014 BAGONG NAYON 98% 99% 99% STA.014.987 225.506 134. On the other hand.85 17.537 115.849. CRUZ 78% 86% 87% DELA PAZ 90% 91% 91% CALAWIS 0% 0% 0% MUNTINDILAW 100% 100% 100% SAN LUIS 70% 71% 72% SAN ISIDRO 96% 97% 98% 106 . Manila Water implemented an ongoing citywide project on the expansion of water supply distribution to cope with the growing demand of the population.872. water tankering and water company.903. Manila Water Supply Coverage. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 108.118 63.336. Table 110.064.401 Streetlight 4.240.870 60.231.196.803 235.737 4.72 Source: MERALCO The water supply system in Antipolo City comes from five main sources: spring water.833 4.586.191 Forecasts are from the MERALCO Area Forecast Version 10.12 163.905 Commercial 105. they were able to cover 83% of the total households in the city. 2007-11 Customer Type 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Residential 94. Bagong Nayon has 99%.078.03 155.444.136 397. 2007-11 Customer Type 2007 Actual 2008 2009 2010 2011 Residential 207. Cupang.569 62.500. Others depend on natural spring water like some areas in Brgy.752.981.79 112.621.743.979.32 Industrial 14.76 148.17 39.612.641 Industrial 53. They are committed to provide water from 78% of the City’s households in 2001 to 97% by 2021.54 967.343.414 144.475.420.12 951. In 2014.22 32.18 170. Inarawan and the mountainous part of Brgy.61 16. Manila Water manages water and wastewater services for the people in the eastern part of Metro Manila.165. San Jose.61 Streetlight 986.939.

STA CRUZ. MARCOS HIGHWAY.. Mambugan and San Juan. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC . Antipolo has several courier service stations such as LBC Express and JRS Express. Sta.8. COGEO GATE II. Apart from the postal services. ANTIPOLO CITY Source: BPLO. MAYAMOT. 2014 Name Address UNIT 1. ANTIPOLO SUPER 8 LENJUL BLDG MARCOS HIGHWAY. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC 90 M. SAN ROQUE. Bagong Nayon.two (2) from the city and seventeen (17) from the national (PhilPost). 2015 107 .. QUEZON. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC. SAN ROQUE. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC 38 J SUMULONG ST. Dela Paz. There are a total of nineteen (19) personnel . 3 SPECTRUM COMMERCIAL BLDG. LBC EXPRESS INC . The other one is located in Brgy. San Juan. MAYAMOT. 5.MAYAMOT MAYAMOT. Cupang.SAN JOSE CAMINA BLDG.. STO NINO. RIZAL. SAN JOSE. ANTIPOLO CITY. Mayamot (City Hall Annex) with the same number of personnel in Lores Plaza servicing the area of Brgys. Inarawan. SAN ROQUE. MAYAMOT. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC. Courier Service Companies in Antipolo. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC CITY LBC EXPRESS INC. Table 111. LBC EXPRESS INC-STA CRUZ SISCO BLDG.L. -ROBINSONS PLACE 251B 2054 ROBINSONS PLACE ANTIPOLO. 119 SUMULONG HIGHWAY. DELA PAZ. MAYAMOT.2. SL 001 SM CITY MASINAG. ANTIPOLO CHERRY FOODARAMA MARCOS HIGHWAY. JRS BUSINESS CORP.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 MAMBUGAN 96% 97% 97% MAYAMOT 98% 98% 98% CUPANG 66% 96% 97% SAN ROQUE 83% 84% 85% DALIG 76% 78% 79% SAN JOSE 51% 51% 53% BEVERLY HILLS 50% 53% 56% INARAWAN 60% 60% 61% SAN JUAN 25% 25% 26% TOTAL FOR ANTIPOLO 78% 82% 83% Source: Manila Water Company Inc. ANTIPOLO JRS BUSINES CORPORATION-YNARES BERMUDEZ BLDG CIR ROAD.1 Postal Services There are two (2) postal offices in Antipolo. The one located in the Lores Plaza has fourteen (14) letter carriers.MASINAG ANTIPOLO JRS BUSINESS CORP 2 CARIGMA ST. January 23. 6 CIRCUMFERENTIAL RD. SAN ROQUE. ANTIPOLO LBC EXPRESS INC. Table 108 lists down the courier services in the City. Cruz. SAN JOSE.

DIGITEL and BAYANTEL. Source: BPLO. National Bookstore and Merriam Webster Bookstore) make available a variety of international and local newspapers. 108 . With its Zero Backlog Program. MAMBUGAN. In addition. 2F UNIT 205 CYBERZONE. 8001 CAPRICORN ST. Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Co. Bookstores operating within the City (i. ANTIPOLO CITY . SAN ROQUE. STA.8. ANTIPOLO CITY 3.3 Type of Print Media Available Antipolo City is reached by all newspapers of national distribution such as the Philippine Daily Inquirer. EXELCOM and MOBILINE. Table 112.SM CITY ANTIPOLO CITY MASINAG 2. Cruz.. SMART. magazines and other publications. ISLACOM. ANTIPOLO CITY L4 B5 CURVE ST PONDEROSA HTS VILL SUBD. Bayantel. SM CITY MASINAG. Manila Bulletin and Philippine Star. PLDT. the telephone companies rendering services in Antipolo are the Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT). SAN ROQUE. ROBINSON PLACE ANTIPOLO. Two (2) are located each Brgys. ANTIPOLO CITY 2. making communication and document transfer convenient and readily available to the residents of the City. RIZAL RAJAH BROADCASTING NETWORK INC SITIO JALANG. Mambugan and San Roque and one (1) in Mayamot. TEXTRON CORPORATION ANTIPOLO CITY 1. ANTIPOLO CITY . SUN CELLULAR.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 5. ANTIPOLO CITY.8. P OLIVEROS ST.e. RIZAL. Sta. SENORA DELA PAZ SUBD. PLDT has installed thousands of new lines in the city not only in the Poblacion area but in lower Antipolo as well.2 Telecommunication There are presently nine (9) telecommunication providers in Antipolo City. MAYAMOT. Dela Paz. PILTEL. January 23. (PT&T). GLOBE and SUN offer internet DSL in households and offices in several barangays. 2015 Aside from the cellular telephone companies like SMART. DELA PAZ. ANTIPOLO CITY BAYAN TELECOM INC SUMULONG HI-WAY. 2014 Name Address DOMESTIC SATELLITE PHILIPPINES. INC. GLOBE. INC. RIZAL 1. GLOBE TELECOM. Telecommunication Companies in Antipolo. . STA CRUZ. SUMULONG HI-WAY BESIDE SITIO KASOY 2-TAKUNGAN. DIGITAL TELECOM PHILS INC MAMBUGAN. DELA PAZ. 5. SUMULONG HI-WAY. CRUZ.

14 908.00 0.47 0.) 38.58 100.00 0. San Roque and in Brgy.10 129.75% of the City is devoted to agriculture.36 -7.438. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The table below shows the comparative data of the 2000 and 2010 land use allocation for the City.55 hectares) use.09 179.20 78.91 0. This accounted for the large number of residential developments which occupied 4. 399. .44 100.00 0.00 Protection Forest 24. Antipolo’s rural land uses comprise about 77% of the city’s jurisdiction.30 242.39 2.06 Tourism 16.20 Agro-Industrial 169. Table 113.56 7.982. The Integrated Social forestry (ISF) is also part of the City’s forest area comprising 5.679.467. found in well-watered areas.00 0.36 Total Area (has.17 1.00 Source: CPDO 109 .00 2.408. industrial. In year 2000.14 hectares particularly found in Sitio Pinugay. Of this total forested area.78 298.63 128.81% or 18.00 Agricultural/CARP 8.982.00 38. the City’s rural land use comprised almost 86% of the total land area covering the Marikina Watershed where a large part was underutilized and some parts were developed for agricultural use. recreational and ecotourism) accounted for 14% of the total land area where residential use was the predominant land use in the City. these activities were found mostly in the Poblacion in Brgy.49 4.52 Agricultural 926.00 100.94%.54 5.00 Mining/Quarry 233. .34 237.58 2. industrial.34 Institutional 38.61 hectares representing 12.04 399.00 100.84 PUD . The largest allocation was for residential (7.00 ISF 5.54% of the total forest area.86 0.69 419.34 91. 2.37 15. parks and recreation.36 Socialized Housing .467.41 926.56 0.08 0.94 54.07 28. institutional.629. On the other hand.43 Industrial 113.81 0.837.88 hectares of forest or woodland found in the City although unabated deforestation has been observed over the years.29 114.37 hectares or 15.14 0. Mayamot.80 -24. Commercial use occupied 298.01 0.61 12.504.86 hectares.37 100.982. 381.00 Commercial 299.230.07 0.97 0.408.15 0. A large part of the area is underutilized and could be developed for agricultural use.00 0.05 hectares covered the Protection Forest while 2.05 47.289.15 -87.44 172.66% of the City's total land area.95 113. The urban land uses (residential.289. Mayamot.00 Sanitary Landfill 81. 47. institutional. Antipolo City Land Cover Distribution.504.31 0. 2000 and 2010 Land Use Category Land Use (2000) Existing Increase/ Percentage of Land Use (2010) Decrease Increase/ Area (has.) % Area (has. . only about 4.45 2.48 0. commercial. There is a total of 26. 78.21 10. Angono and Baras covered a total area of 242. Twenty-one per cent (21%) of the City’s total land area was devoted to agriculture found in well-watered areas.837.289. tourism) accounted for 22.03 -88.46 100.99 381.04 0.04 16.03 -0.00 Cemetery/Memorial Park 28.85 63. San Jose in the southeastern part of the City.30 4. the urban land uses (residential.44 100.81 -6.00 1.16 0.81 Parks and Recreation 110. .68 Water Zone .46 5.00 54.46 hectares comprise the Production Forest representing 5.31 0.01 0.5% of the City’s total land area.16 hectares which are concentrated in the Poblacion and Brgy. the City’s land use was categorized between urban and rural land uses. commercial.58 1. These areas can be expanded to make Antipolo a major source of high-value crops like vegetables. For commercial uses.55 19.77 -1.94 2. This is because of the large Marikina Watershed that is part of the city’s territory. particularly in the Upper and Lower Boso-Boso which are flat and covered with alluvial soil.47 18.03 21.61 652. Due to land conversion.030.68 Production Forest .19 0.03 -71. In the year 2010. Agro-industrial use covered a total of 172.) % Decrease Residential 4. Brgy. particularly in the Upper and Lower Boso-Boso which are flat and covered with alluvial soil.138. Industrial land uses found in Brgy. Mayamot and in the southern edges of the city adjacent to Teresa.

General Land Use Map of Antipolo City. 2011-2020 110 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 24.

00 1.00 2.” Examples are virgin forest and watershed.94 2 Agricultural/CARP 8. The Forest Land Use Plan (FLUP) of Antipolo City records 17. Meanwhile. These ecosystems consist of: (1) Forest Ecosystem.85 63.15 0. but in year 2010. San Jose.01 0.68% or 6. classified under forestlands.05 has.21 10. regardless if there is an actual forest or not.69 5 Parks and Recreation 110. Antipolo City was identified as an industrial center for Rizal due to the availability of large tracts of lands. The encroachment of the forests can create undesirable environmental effects and therefore its expansion and conversion to settlement areas shall not be encouraged.80 has.08 0. production forest is managed primarily for production of timber and other tree products. integrated forest management areas. 2000 and 2010 Ecological System Land Use (2000) Existing Land Use (2010) Area (has. agro-processing and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will be encouraged. community-based forest management areas. 2. agro-forestry.408. rangelands or grazing lands. Ecological System of Antipolo City.85 hectares.438. only 376 has.61 652.01 0. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 In the rural part of Antipolo City.29 114. data showed a decrease of 24.46 has. 7586.05 47.138. of forestlands in the City. Based on the MARILAQUE/RIZLAQUE Development Framework Plan and the CALABARZON Master Plan. particularly in the Sitio Pinugay.81 Production Forest . A total of 24. and production forest at 2M289. Forests are areas with more than 18% slope or more with than 500 meters elevation. The Forest Ecosystem refers to protection and production forest. and (5) Urban Ecosystem. CLUP 2010-2020 taken from the Geographic Information System (GIS) of the City measured the protection forest at 18.97 0. On the other hand.) % Area (has.A.438. from only 169. San Jose. The unabated deforestation observed over the years may have facilitated the conversion of forestlands to other land uses. Brgy. of natural forest exist in the watershed area.03 111 .07 Sanitary Landfill 81. .289.00 0. 399. This included the production forest. Thus.14 hectares. (2) Lowland/Upland Agricultural ecosystem. A protection forest is usually declared as part of the National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) under R.438.48 0. .07 28. (3) Freshwater Ecosystems.56 hectares in the past decade.14 908. The purpose is for areas which has “essential ecological processes and life- support systems and genetic diversity” to be preserved and maintained of “their natural conditions to the greatest extent possible. Table 114.85 hectares of forest were recorded in year 2000.03 21.408. situated in the eastern part of Brgy. It includes naturally or artificially regenerated forests. (4) Mineral/Mining Ecosystem.) % 1 Protection Forest 24.680 has.04 4 Mining/Quarry 233. agro-industrial areas increased by 2.46 5. The City’s ecological system can be categorized into several interrelated ecosystems.36 3 Water Zone .47 18.30 Cemetery/Memorial Park 28.58% or a total of 172.17 1.030. multiple use zones and bufferzones in NIPAS areas. To date. The Antipolo CLUP 2000-2010 recorded the City’s protection forest at 24.

965.86 hectares. A series of presidential proclamations were issued between 1915 and 1996 that allocated certain areas for other uses such as agricultural activities.2. Brgy. patches of natural dipterocarp forest are spread out in the high mountain areas located in the northeastern part of the watershed. insufficient supply specifically in the northern and western part in the rice areas and upper part of the upland area. San Mateo. It was found mainly grown along the river banks of lower Boso-Boso.58 hectares in 2010 covers agricultural areas in the city. which by law should be automatically declared a protection forest due to its ecological importance. Baras and Montalban. San Juan). Calawis. Based on a 1992 study funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Sta. Ines.557 hectares or about 59 percent of the original size. Tanay. which are all located on the eastern basin of Sitio Boso-Boso. A total of 8. by virtue of PD 2480. encompassing the areas of Antipolo. It is also found in Sitio San Isidro Libis. mango is dominantly grown in all barangays. Brgy. Manole and Mt. Irrigated and non. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Production forest is evident in Sitio Pintong Bocaue (Brgy. The Marikina Watershed was first declared a watershed reservation by the United States colonial government upon issuing Executive Order 33 in 1904. 112 . down to Paenaan. Pinugay. natural dipterocarp forest is found in the upper reaches of the Boso-Boso River in the northeastern part of the watershed. It is found extensively all over the different landscapes from lowland to upland and portion of hilly land. Amaya in Tayabasan basin at about 500 to 600 meters elevation and surrounding Mt.845 hectares are privately-owned land within the watershed and the classified forest land total to 15.03 hectares in year 2000 compose agriculture areas in the lowland and upland. The slopes in these areas range from 18 to 50% and are suitable for silviculture. livestock/poultry and fishery. Brgy. associated with grasses and shrubs. Likewise.625 hectares of underutilized grassland/shrub land. Rodriguez. Many of these areas are above 18% in slope. Inarawan.378 hectares. Among the crops. 6. the Marikina Watershed’s proclaimed area was reduced to 18. The portion above 30% in slope in the middle and the northern sections of the city that are grasslands are the most susceptible to fluvia erosion.834. in the southwestern tip of the city. the Freedom Valley Resettlement area (San Juan and Brgy. Part of the forestland of Antipolo is the 16. Water is the number one problem in this area. the area stands at 16. orchard or fruit tree plantations. Pinugay. resulting to the present reduced area of the watershed. Calawis). and sanitary landfills. In 1986. San Jose. Protection forest includes the whole Marikina Watershed in Brgy. Sitio Rizza. in the middle and northern part of the city. lower and upper part of Boso-Boso. Residual forests exist around Mt. Sitio Rizza. Kamunay at elevation 869 meters. resettlement sites. Calawis and San Jose. The 1992 JICA study showed that 4. Around 6. Based on the Marikina Watershed Profile from the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of Antipolo City. The watershed has an estimated area of 28. While a total of 1. San Jose and part of Brgy. thus.138. and in pockets in the southwestern part of the city.567 hectares in the area are grassland while fruit orchards and rice fields cover some 595 hectares and 655 hectares. Sitio San Isidro. respectively. Sitio Galile of Brgy.1 Lowland and Upland Agricultural Ecosystem The agricultural ecosystem of the city comprises croplands. Susong Dalaga and Mt.410 hectares.irrigated paddy rice is mostly cultivated in minor alluvial plain and unfilled valley. Massive reforestation of the steepy sloping grasslands particularly in the more urbanized sections of the city should be done immediately.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 25. 2011 113 . Protection and Production Forest. Antipolo City.

Antipolo City. Agricultural Areas.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 26. 2011 114 .

Some of these creeks are perennial while some are intermittent or run dry in the summer. Nangka. The water table marks the extent of groundwater that accumulates within rock and soil layers and which may go up or down depending on the supply of gravitational water. brooks or rivulets are also found in Antipolo City. Nevertheless. Groundwater is that body of water that is underneath the oil strata or the ground. freshwater supply for domestic. Pantay and Ilog rivers. rivers and ponds. irrigation and other uses can become difficult if no effort is exerted to put the land under vegetation cover. streams. they are recognized as important waterways that drain the city during incessant rainy periods. The surface water consists of the brooks. Boso-Boso. The denuded watershed areas in the city must be immediately reforested to improve the recharge rates of the aquifers. Rainwater may accumulate as puddles and flow overland until it joins a larger body of water such as streams and rivers. although their source starts from the north of the city. In an upland environment.1 Surface Water in Antipolo City Several minor rivers originate from the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains and form the waterways of Antipolo City. Tulakin. From the eastern uplands. These are the Tayabasan. industrial. 6. variously referred to as creeks. Smaller streams. Creeks and Rivers in Antipolo City CREEKS Abuyod Creek Lumbungan Creek Ampaula Creek Mabolo Creek Bagong Purok Mahayhay Creek Balanti Creek Mayamot Creek Banal Creek Pantay Creek Bayaga Creek Pintong Bukawe Creek Binuog Creek Sabangan Creek Bubukal Creek San Roque Creek Cupang Creek Santo Niño Creek Del Bano Creek Sapang Buho Creek Hinapau Creek Sapang Tae Creek Ilog Bayan Creek Singalong Creek Inarawan Creek Talon Creek Kamias Creek Tagbak Creek Kay Anim Creek Tayabasan River Labangan Creek Source: City Planning & Development Office RIVERS Boso-Boso River Payagwan River Bulao River Sapang Baho River Cacalog River Susugin River Maculis River Monang River Nangka River Tayabasan River Paenaan River Source: City Planning & Development Office 115 . Portions of rainwater may permeate through the soil and continue to flow vertically or laterally until it reaches an impermeable rock layer.3. Part of the Kaliwa River runs through some portions of the city to the area where Laiban Dam will be constructed for the augmentation of the water supply of Metro Manila. Table 115. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The freshwater ecosystem consists of the surface water and groundwater found within the city. they meander through the western half of the city and empty into Laguna Lake. Kamias. The other rivers in the city flow in an east-west direction.

Antipolo City 116 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 27. Rivers and Creeks.

thirty six (36) deep wells with motor. The average specific yield was estimated at 0. In some locations.216 cu.2 Groundwater in Antipolo City The study included in the 2000 Ecoprofile recorded the static water level at 14.m. Malalim in Brgy. De la Paz. Bubukal. 4 Dalig 6 3 2 Inarawan 2 1 1 TOTAL 57 36 18 Source: City Engineering Office 117 . Bubukal in Brgy. The average well depth is 141 meters. and eighteen (18) submersible pumps are present in the city. Several minor rivers that traverse the City originate from the foothills of Sierra Madre Mountains in the East.3. projects are being initiated to preserve the city’s natural and historical attractions. Puting Bato. there are also springs that serve as sources of water or as tourist attractions. Cruz 1 7 2 Mayamot 6 1 - Muntindilaw 4 2 - Mambugan 10 3 - Calawis 2 . Boso-boso.5 meters below the ground surface. Kubling Kalikasan in Brgy. Del Bano in Brgy. they wind their way through the western half of the City going to Laguna Lake. Rising from the eastern uplands. A total of fifty seven (57) deep wells.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Other water features in Antipolo City are the waterfalls consisting of the Nagpuso Falls and the Taktak Falls in Brgy. Cupang. The table below shows that twelve (12) out of sixteen (16) barangays have utilities for water extraction. East-west trending rivers are Tayabasan. Puting Bato in Brgy. Dela Paz. Kubling Kalikasan. These are the Mainit Spring. and Sukol. Malanim.95 m. Aside from rivers and creeks. 2 San Roque 3 . Calawis. Pantay and Ilog Rivers. Inuman. Nangka. Sta. With the City being considered by many as among the important attractions in Rizal Province. which become a clean source of drinking water for the people. there are two waterfalls in the City – the Nagpuso Falls and the Taktak Falls in Brgy. Dalig. These utilities are beneficial especially in the past when many areas are not yet serviced by the Manila Water. These springs are the Mainit Spring in Brgy. This is a measure of the yield of a well per 1 meter drawdown. groundwater flows out and feeds the springs. The Taktak falls. Del Bano. Dela Paz. Inuman n Brgy. Cruz. otherwise known as the “Hinulugan Taktak. 2010 Barangay Deep well Deep well with Motor Submersible Pump and Tank Dela Paz 6 5 3 San Jose 9 6 - San Isidro 4 8 3 Sta. deep wells with motor and submersible pump. Deep Well and Submersible Pumps per Barangay. In the northwestern tip of the City is the Kaliwa River which flows from north to south of the City.” is a favorite picnic spot in Antipolo City. per day/m. and Sukol in Brgy. Furthermore.0. A well with a depth of 141 meters has a potential of 126. Kamias. All the tributaries of Antipolo City drain into the Laguna de Bay. groundwater in Antipolo City is indicated through a spot map of existing deep wells. 6. San Isidro. Inarawan.94 lps/m or equivalent to 81. San Jose. Table 116. Tulakin. In the absence of a recent groundwater map. 1 San Juan 4 .

industrial. 2010 118 . Map 28. The once pristine and pure water becomes contaminated by the addition of chemicals and other organic substances and may become unfit for a specific use or purpose. its quality is degraded as result of the processes it goes through. Antipolo City. Deepwells.3.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 6.3 Water Quality Situations As water passes through residential. commercial or institutional establishments.

When water flows over these areas. Siltation or sedimentation may be caused by several factors such as deforestation. In some instances. 119 . Mineral extraction in year 2000 is 233 hectares. basalt. soil erosion and reduction in productivity. Commercial establishments may generate high organically laden wastewater. usually deposit liquid and solid waste into the water. entail washing and cleaning of livestock carcasses and fish products that contribute to the organic load of the water. Inarawan and Cupang while the rest extract lime.741 is considered active polluters of the water they utilize. which increase the turbidity of receiving waters. increased soil acidity. silica and marbleized limestone in Brgy. mining and quarrying area increased to 537. San Jose. Inorganic pollutants are also a concern since some of the chemicals persist overtime and may bio-accumulate inside the bodies of animals and plants. In addition. In Antipolo City. A total of 666. A sudden increase in BOD level will deplete the dissolved oxygen in water and make it dangerous to aquatic organisms. cement aggregate. DENR Administrative Order No.572 million metric tons of non-metallic minerals (pure marble. 35-91 on effluent standards prevails in the city. such as creeks and rivers.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 In households. which may warrant monitoring. it carries with it soil particulates. Five are quarrying construction aggregates in Brgy. The task of monitoring the quality of water effluents from various sources in Antipolo City is assigned to the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) since the City is part of the Laguna Lake Basin. dalcite. wastewater just spreads over land or penetrates into the soil that may contaminate the ground water. Humans become affected as these animals and plants are consumed as food or can directly cause skin contamination. There are seven mining and quarrying companies in Antipolo. andesite and diorite) and 33. it is important to ensure that effluents from such facilities conform to certain standards to maintain the quality of receiving waters. Mining and quarrying activities also contribute to the problem since these activities entail removal of soil cover and soil disturbances. hectares. San Jose. Markets. the latest 2010 census of population of 677. especially wet ones. Barangays with high population densities are more environmentally stressed in terms of domestic water contamination. excavation of minerals or mechanically destabilizing them by use of heavy equipment and controlled blasting. Unsustainable mining practices accelerate processes such as biodiversity. Ten years later. kitchen sink and in the yard which flows to the sewer or drainage lines and contaminates the receiving waters such as creeks. soil erosion and poor farming practices. Hence. rivers and lakes. which provides for an environmental user free system in the Laguna De Bay Region. Agro-industrial establishments also generate considerable organic waste which can elevate the biological oxygen demand (BOD) of any receiving water.5 million metric tons of metallic minerals (iron ore) were determined. limestone. The mining and quarrying activities in Antipolo City are among the most active contributors to the degrading of areas. wastewater is generated from the bathroom. Settlements along bodies of water.06. Antipolo is endowed with volumes of mineral deposits. It is important for mining operations to observe the requirements of their respective Environmental Compliance Certificates (ECC) within the grasslands to avoid degradation. The quality of the water effluents is regulated by Resolution No. 33. Their mining activities consist of stripping the land of its vegetation.

drinking water quality. Map 29.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The urban ecosystem consists of various components that make up the human habitat and allow conditions that make it fit for wholesome living. solid waste management and urban living conditions. Antipolo City. Built Up Areas. This includes air quality. 2010 120 .

wind direction and speed and rain intensity can be measured.5. humidity. This law emphasizes the vital role of the barangay in the successful implementation of the program particularly in segregation. On the other hand. Cruz.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 6. 3) waste collection. the 2010-2020 CLUP and Zoning Ordinance of Antipolo located the medium and heavy industrial far from the residential and commercial areas. Several greenhouse gases like some hydrocarbons can be detected using visible laser technology. 6) processing and recovery. San Isidro. Its relatively higher elevation makes the city less susceptible by air pollutants generated in the lowland. The project is 100% completed but awaits calibration procedure from DENR Main Office. The Continuous Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy or DOAS Open-Path Ambient Monitoring System can measure the dust and other particles in the air such as PM 2.1 Air Quality Situations Good air quality is among the attributes that Antipolo City prides itself in. Solid Waste Collection Fleet and Areas of Responsibilities Clean Major Highways and thoroughfares and selected subdivision within Lower Barangays of and Antipolo City consisting of Sta. Requirement of an Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) before the issuance of a development/location permit is also strictly implemented. the presence of some industries poses a certain degree of threat to the air environment. Inarawan. SWM actives compose the seven elements of Solid Waste Management System which includes 1) waste generation. Cupang. metereological data and notable greenhouse gases. 2) storage and handling. meteorological conditions such as ambient temperature. clean and fresh air. 6. Mambugan. The City Government shall assist the barangay either financially. Its green surroundings and its proximity to the watershed area give the City cool. Green Bagong Nayon.5. technically or in any other manner necessary in order to achieve the waste diversion goal as provided in RA 9003. Real-time and precise air quality information can be accessed through the DENR’s web portal. Source: CEWMO 121 . 4) transfer and transport. Barangays Secondary roads and selected residential subdivisions within the area of responsibilities of each barangay Private Selected business and industrial/commercial establishments within the area of jurisdiction of Antipolo City. It is also capable of measuring the levels of carbon dioxide and oxides of sulfur and nitrogen. and 7) final disposal. collection and recycling of waste at source to substantively reduce the generation of wastes. The Poblacion area and selected subdivision of upper and lower Antipolo City. The presence and operations of industrial plants and factories may degrade the air quality if they are left unregulated. To mitigate this occurrence.5 and PM 10.2 Solid Waste Management The Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000 otherwise known as RA 9003 gave the local government units the primary responsibility of carrying out the mandate of implementing the Ecological Solid Waste Management Program within their respective areas of jurisdiction. On the other hand. The Environmental Management Bureau Region IV-A CALABARZON has given to Antipolo City a technical assistance grant in the form of a state-of-the-art air quality monitoring station using laser technology in monitoring pollution levels. 5) recycling. Table 117. Mayamot. De La Paz.

subdivisions and selected establishments. Only 14 out of the 16 Barangays have their own waste collection trucks. 2008 to facilitate fast collection and disposal of solid waste particularly of barangay collection vehicles. The transfer station located at Sitio Kaybagsik. 122 . These collection vehicles will supplement the 32 Mini dump trucks of the Barangays operating daily at designated areas. Brgy. transfer and transport operations formerly under their office are commissioned to the Clean and Green (CNG) vehicles. Antipolo Solid Waste Management System Source: CEWMO Waste collection at the areas not covered by CNG is handled by the Barangay Collection Crew. The City has secured a 10 hectare site located in Sitio Tanza I. San Luis. a bulldozer. which is also the location of the Materials Recovery Facility (MRF). Barangay San Jose. subdivisions and some selected establishments operating within their area of responsibility. The areas covered for the collection of garbage includes the main thoroughfares and highways. Sitios. A total of 32 garbage vehicles of different loading capacities are available for waste collection. Figure 5. 3 compactors. backhoe and a pay loader to upgrade its garbage collection and disposal operations and maintenance of dumpsite. The coverage of the barangay collection units include inner streets. The contractor has equipped with 10 dump trucks. 2 mini dump trucks.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The collection. was operationalized since August 15.

This policy is in consonance with the City Ordinance No. Solid Waste Generation. and then increased in 2012.00 - 2012 213. The system involves the collection of recyclable materials from the different target sectors by the authorized scrap collectors in the established MRFs operating in the area.2 198 2002 272. commercial and industrial waste. 123 . This amount again decreased by 12.6% in 2011. part of the waste management program of the City is compost processing. In support to the Ynares Ecosystem for Cleaning. CEWMO implemented in 2014 the set-up of Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) thru the accreditation of Junkshops to operate an MRF.3 171 2000 235. SWM recorded a total of 3. In 2010. Another reason is the operationalization of Material Recovery Facilities in different barangays which allows segregation of waste at source and the strict implementation of the city with its “No Segregation. Development and Restoration Program in the city.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 118. Greening and Recycling. In 2007.447.6 213 2003 293.41 tons of wastes from these MRFs. This new system is in compliance to Environmental Compliance Audit being implemented for LGUs within the Manila Bay Watershed Area.12 - 2010 210. 2013 & 2014 . the CEWMO recorded an average daily collection of 44.413. This includes domestic.6 229 2004 315.94 128 2005 339. In addition. Based on second quarterly report on DILG’s Environmental Compliance Audit (ECA). 2008-287 which provides the waste segregation at source and collection system. A major reason for this improvement is the strict implementation of the City Ordinance which prohibited the use of styrofoams and reduction of use of plastic bags. It includes the operation and maintenance of the Bioreactor or the Composting Equipment.21 - 2011 184.88 tons per day that goes to the landfill. CEWMO implemented the Waterways Clean Up. No Collection Policy”.11 kilograms or 3.5 tons/day in year 2000 to 456 tons/day in 2007. 2000-2014 Daily Estimated Solid Waste Daily Residual recorded at Year Generated in tons ACDF 2014 433. This unit is especially designed for recycling biodegradable wastes generated by markets and other establishments into soil conditioners or organic fertilizers. the city’s compliance rate on waste segregation is only 39% but went up to almost 89% during the third quarterly ECA Report which was computed during the policy implementation stage.77 - 2007 456. Also.5 184 2001 253.447. The collected recyclables will be weighed and documented by MRF operators. an important Key Legal Provisions (KLPs) of RA 9003.00 - 2013 407.00 111 2006 409.5 - Source: CEWMO Information on solid waste collection for the past decade revealed a consistent increase in daily waste generation from 235. CEWMO used monitoring form for the documentation of the wastes diverted for disposal. CEWMO facilitated several multi-sectoral massive cleanup drive operations. waste generation decreased by 54%.

School CRIBS HOA. residents use individual septic tanks. Open canals are common in the Poblacion and along roads leading to lower Antipolo. Village. Beside Brgy. industrial. The MRF should ideally be located near the source of waste. Brgy.e. commercial. The clearing and resettlement of squatters from illegally occupied areas have to be implemented to project a better image of the City. Open canals are easier to clean than concrete pipes. which are more prone to clogging. San Roque Source: CEWMO.5. Brgy. particularly as a tourist destination. Hiway. etc. March 2015 6. 6. Beverly Hills Hall Calawis Near Brgy. San Jose Sixty-six (66) Junkshops/ MRA Located in fifteen (15) Barangays in the city HOAs with MRF Location Victoriaville Brgy. Central Inarawan San Isidro Fatima Subdivision San Luis Sitio Kaysipot San Jose Boso-Boso and Sitio Tanza I. San Luis Barangay Location Beverly Hills 2nd Avenue. Brgy. Mayamot Schools with MRF Location Mayamot Elem. physical and social well being. aesthetic degradation. Antipolo’s drainage system is a combination of concrete pipes and open canals. Sta. Brgy. These compromise the potential of the city. MRF serves as the establishment that receives and segregates garbage as well as prepares recyclable materials for other beneficial or income generating uses.. List of Material Recovery Facility (MRF) City Location ISWIMS MRF Sitio Kaybagsik. Some MRFs such as the one in Dalig practice composting of waste to produce organic fertilizers. tetrapack. Cruz T & CEV MRF Town & Country Exec. i.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 There are thirteen (13) Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) situated in seven barangays of the City. it was noted that the old drainage system is not functional anymore due to clogging. Table 119. Mambugan Nazarene Ville Elem. Clean and Green projects help regenerate and enhance the green ambiance of the city.3 Urban Living Conditions Urban living conditions refer to the City Government’s management of land uses such as residential. Instead. 124 .5. Dalig MRF also produces pavers (similar to bricks) from pulverized hard plastic and other souvenir items out of newspaper. Uncoordinated and conflicting land uses exacerbate these problems and produce stress on the residents and visitors. in order to lessen the volume of garbage that will be brought to the dumpsite. recreational and tourist activities in order to minimize heavy traffic. housing congestion. Brgy. pollution and other environmental concerns. its capability to maintain those qualities in the physical geographic environment that tend to induce in the residents a feeling of mental. Moreover. institutional. Regular cleaning of these canals should be encouraged to prevent debris from accumulating. Of prime concern to affected residential communities is the continued livability of the City. Brgy. School Sum. Hall of Calawis Dalig Milagros Subd.4 Drainage and Sewerage Antipolo has no common sewerage system. Hall Inarawan So. Traffic congestion has been identified in the Poblacion area as well as in the Sumulong Highway and the Marikina Infanta Road (MIR) intersection.

Brgy. Mambugan 5. San Jose 2. Cruz 7. San Jose PRIVATE (right) Sto. Oliveros Street and the Provincial Road from Robinsons Homes to Dalig High School and to other part of the city. Brgy. 6. San Jose Boso-Boso. Nino St. Cruz 8. Brgy. Palanas. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Among the city’s recent projects that addressed the said problems on drainage system were the improvements of canals located at P. the City Council of Antipolo passed City Ordinance No. Office 125 . Mambugan 6. Providence Garden Sitio Pandayan.. Nino St. Brgy. Inarawan Source: City Planning & Dev’t. Sta. 2. Brgy..5. Niño St. A few months before the expiration of the moratorium. Seven (7) are located within the City-Center or Poblacion area.5 Cemeteries/Memorial Parks On March 11. two (2) are along Sumulong Highway. Brgy. Heaven’s Gate Memorial Garden II So. Thus. San Jose (right) Sto. 2005. Sta. Nino St. San Juan 4. Rosario Memorial Park* Taguisan Marcos Hi-way Brgy. the Local Chief Executive directed the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) to conduct a study on the current situation of cemeteries and memorial parks within the City’s jurisdiction to obtain a solid basis on whether this prohibition should be lifted or extended. the CPDO hand carried the survey sheets to the fifteen (15) public and private cemeteries/memorial parks in the City as well as one (1) Columbarium. and six (6) are situated in lower Antipolo. Brgy. Brgy.. on September 2014. San Jose Antipolo Public Cemetery (new) Sto. In 2014. there are four (4) public cemeteries and eleven (11) private cemeteries in the City.Brgy. The rationale for this ten-year suspension is that there is more than enough space in existing cemeteries and memorial parks to accommodate the number of burials within this period. Sta. San Jose Catholic Church 1. Niño St. List of Cemeteries and Memorial Parks. Garden of Gethsemane Sumulong Hiway. only Providence Garden and Antipolo Public Cemetery in Boso-Boso are located in the center part of Antipolo. 2014 NAME OF MEMORIAL PARK LOCATION PUBLIC (left) Sto. Table 120. Sto. Nino St. Himlayang Katoliko Sto. 2005-209 titled “An Ordinance prohibiting the establishment of a private cemetery or memorial park within ten (10) year moratorium in Antipolo City. Thirteen (13) of these cemeteries are found in the western part of the City where most of the population resides.Brgy. Antipolo City. San Jose 1.” The aim of this law was to regulate the rising number of cemeteries and memorial parks which could cause a negative effect to the City’s image and development as a tourist destination. The respondents were given until December 2014 to submit the questionnaires. Pasong. Heaven’s Gate Memorial Garden I Marcos Hi-way. Holy Gardens Valley Memorial Park Sumulong Hi-way. Brgy. Niño St. Brgy. 3) (left) Sto.Brgy. Our Lady of Peace (Phase 1. Geographically. San Jose 3. Elena Memorial Park Sto.

Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 6. Occurrence of landslides was observed along Sumulong Highway.5. Other areas that experience landslides are usually in residential areas located on sloping areas.6 Hazard Areas Antipolo City is vulnerable to flood and landslide. where developments on top of hills were in place. many creeks and canals in the urban areas of the City are already narrow that it cannot carry large quantities of rain water. various programs and projects were implemented such as the elevation and road-widening of Marcos Highway. Marcos Highway is also flood prone due to its low elevation and the shallow Muntindilaw Creek and Marikina River. At the same time. The common observation is that many of these subdivisions encroach the creeks. prohibits the use of plastic bags on dry goods and regulation of the use of plastic bags on wet goods. 126 . causing it to immediately overflow during heavy rains. To mitigate flooding in the City. The Antipolo Hazard Map shows that flooding frequently occurs in residential subdivisions and roads that are near the creeks. continuous declogging and dredging of creeks and canals. strict monitoring of residential and commercial developments and the implementation of the City Ordinance which bans the use of styrofoams.

Antipolo City Hazard Map 127 .Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Map 30.

integrates and supports other sectors. Recognizing the importance of the different sectors puts holistic development in focus. It requires skills of legislators who respond to the needs. and professionalization of the local government bureaucracy through an effective human resource management and development program. It is focused on finding ways to improve the effectiveness of the LGU in performing its planning and management functions. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The Institutional Sector. the execution of plans and programs will not be possible without competent and proactive human resources from the LGU. pressures and inadequacies of governing an LGU. allocation and utilization determines the realization of the priorities set forth by the City Government for the complete development of its constituents. Interrelationship of the Five Sectors of the Society Organization and management is mainly concerned on the administration of the City as a whole in terms of revenue generation and allocation. is like a calyx of a flower that coordinates. This time. The realization of the shared vision of the City will only be possible if we recognize the roles of the stakeholders in the city’s development. fiscal management. On the other hand. where its supreme objective is the general welfare of the city. Local governance and administration draw strength and focus from quality local legislation. particularly the most deprived and neglected sectors of our society are one of the main objectives of the City Government. Figure 6. Provision of quality legislation responsive to the needs and concerns of the people of Antipolo. as described by UP Professor Ernesto M. delivery of basic services will be taken to a higher level by giving constituents a sense of ownership and shared responsibility in the formulation and implementation of various PPAs through the City of Antipolo Development Council (CADC). Antipolo will only realize its vision of an empowered and socially responsible citizenry if they are considered as partners of development. It is concerned with the organization and management of the local government unit and its capacities to manage growth and development within a locality. Private Organizations (POs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). More than a mere procedural act. Governance is perceived not only as the sole domain of the Government. Serote. Legislative Output and the Public and Private Partnership. Among the subsectors of the Institutional Sector are the Organization & Management. legislation is concerned primarily with substance. More important is Public Participation of Non Government Organizations (NGOs). The effectiveness of revenue generation. 128 .

2. 157 co-terminous and 146 temporary. 1998 by the people of Antipolo. Health services.1 The Local Bureaucracy The implementation of City Ordinance No. Provision of social and physical infrastructure. among others: 1. cultural centers. Information and investment support services. On the other hand 488 males (53. 1. an “Act Converting the City of Antipolo into a component City to be known as City of Antipolo. 5. R.8%) comprise the 917 permanent and co-terminous employees. 8. Public markets. Adequate communication and transportation facilities. 9. 7.003 are casual employees. the City Government has a total of 1. mostly from casual and co-terminous positions. Agricultural extension and on-site research services and facilities. 1998 when President Fidel V. Support for education. Social welfare services.” This was ratified on the 4th of April. Ramos signed the bill into law through Republic Act 8508. 129 . Public cemetery. slaughterhouses and other city enterprises. 1. 3. 7. playgrounds. City buildings. 801 are male (68. Out of the 1. As a result.2%) and 429 females (46. Environmental management system and services or facilities related to general hygiene and sanitation.5%).086.552 positions were created with 253 approved and funded positions in 2009.2.A. sports facilities. The law further provides that the City shall be divided into two districts – East Antipolo and West Antipolo – for purposes of effective and efficient delivery of services. public parks. 8508 provided that the present territory of the city should officially comprise Antipolo City. 10. 6. 11. Antipolo shall provide the basic services and facilities required under Section 17 of the Local Government Code of 1991. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Antipolo was officially declared a city on February 13. By the end of 2009. public assembly areas and similar facilities. Antipolo City Government employees increased to 2.826 staff complementation. In 2010.5%) while 368 are female (31. 520 are permanent.169 casual employees. 2008-308 entitled “An Ordinance Adopting A New Structure and Staffing Pattern for the City Government of Antipolo. police and fire service facilities. 4. which shall include the following.” opened opportunities for employees of the city and professionalized the service for a more excellent public service to the people of Antipolo.

34 1.2 City of Antipolo Development Council The City of Antipolo Development Council (CADC) is the duly constituted body in providing the general framework of the City’s development direction.28 Total 1. Perform functions assigned by the CADC.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 In 2014. Comparative Data on City Government Manpower Complementation 2013- 2014 2014 Description 2013 2014 % share ELECTED 19 19 0. 130 . Comprehensive Developmental Plan - Executive and Legislative Agenda (2014-2016) and Annual Investment Plan (2014). Assist the CADC in the performance of its functions. About 46% of the employees are on the Job Orders status. the CADC shall be composed of the Barangay Chairmen of Punong Barangays. Sectoral Representatives such as urban poor and women’s groups. Also. set targets and identify the PPAs.167 100. City Hall staff complementation totaled to 3. The Barangays.94 SECONDMENT . Table 121. According to the Labor Code of the Philippines. the Congressman or his representative.08 TEMPORARY 27 41 1. 2. 5. The functional or sectoral committees shall have the following powers and functions: 1. 17 0.2. 1455 45. recent development provided by the Rationalized Planning System included the formation of Technical Working Groups divided into sectoral committees. work or service pursuant to an arrangement.67%) is issued to a person whose entrance in the service is characterized by confidentiality by the appointing authority or that which is subject to his pleasure or co- existent with his tenure. As mandated by the Local Government Code of 1991.416 3. Provide the CADC with data and information essential to the formulation of PPAs.5% are casual employees.51 CONTRACTUAL .167 persons. civil service eligibility) required for the position. A contractual employee (0. 3. Collate and analyze data and conduct studies. 4.29%) is given to employees that have not completely satisfied the qualifications (i. Monitor and evaluate programs and projects.00 Source: HRMO 7.67 CASUAL 578 713 22. a co-terminous status (1.29 CO-TERMINOUS 40 53 1. Define sectoral or functional objectives.e.54%) is hired to perform or complete a job. The City Mayor acts as the chairman of the Council. Temporary status (1.07 JOB ORDERS . being very important in the plan formulation are always given the opportunity to elevate their development proposals to the CDC and include valid proposals in the City’s list of priority programs and projects.54 CONSULTANTS .60 PERMANENT 752 826 26. The tasks performed by the CADC were the review and endorsement of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan (2010-2020). and a representative from the Sangguniang Panlungsod. 6. 26% have permanent positions and 22. 9 0.

licenses. On the other hand. land purchase.04 Million and Financial Expenses summed up to PhP1.09 Million or 60% of the total. locally generated income through business ventures and the like. and other infrastructure projects). roads. slaughterhouse and others. spending for Personal Services (PS) posted at 33% or PhP476.5 Million. which are 6% and 0. building repairs. 7. The LGU allots budget for Personal Services (income of employees). Likewise.2.7 Billion. the City Government of Antipolo’s total government spending is PhP1. National Economic Development Authority (NEDA). Implementation of the JMC is done through the CADC and the City Government of Antipolo. and its share from the GOCCs of the proceeds derived from the utilization of national wealth. The City’s aggregate Capital Outlay is PhP90. the Local Finance Committee was tasked to perform functions provided by the Local Government Code. franchise. construction of buildings and rooms. 1 was spearheaded by four agencies namely. the City spends or invests its funds for various sectoral needs and services. and the Department of Finance. 131 . During the 2014 fiscal year period.6% of the total appropriation in the amount of PhP2.42 Billion.11% of the total obligations. The JMC No. covering 52. respectively.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 The City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) serves as the Secretariat of the City of Antipolo Development Council. It is also its technical arm. The CPDO is also responsible for the formulation or preparation of the investment program and other development policies and programs.4 Local Government Revenues and Expenditure Management The City’s sources of funds usually comes from its share from the National Government or the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA). Maintenance and Other Operating Expense (office supplies. mining. With regards to the study of the City’s expenditure pattern. etc. 1 Series of 2007.46 Million. the city can also impose taxes and collect fees from permits. Department of Budget (DBM). its share in the utilization of national wealth. and quarrying. which harmonizes the plan preparation and investment programming of the Cities and Municipalities. which includes: • Determination of the income projected as collection for the ensuing fiscal year. • Review and analyze the annual regular and supplemental budget of the LGU • Review barangay budgets.).2. gasoline. and Capital Outlays (equipment and machinery. irrigation projects. revenues from receipts are also derived from economic enterprise operations such as markets. Finally. where preparation or formulations of development plans are lodged. • Recommend to the Local Chief Executive or the City Mayor the level of expenditures annually and the ceilings of spending for economic. the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). social and general services.3 Investment Programming The preparation of the investment programs for the City of Antipolo is now in sync with the Rationalized Planning System as provided in the Joint Memorandum Circular No. The Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) totaled to PhP855. For FY 2014. 7.

2014 The biggest slice of the total obligations for FY 2014. Aids and Contribution to Government Agencies.85. Figure 8.41 Million or 1.24% of the total obligations for the year. The Social Welfare Services sector garnered PhP30. expended from the City’s General Fund. Sports & Manpower sector were charged against the Special Education Fund (SEF) of the City.99.60% or PhP132. Housing and Community Development sector has a total obligation of PhP2.19% of the total. This is followed by the Economic Services sector which posted at 26. amounted to PhP26. was apportioned to the General Public Services with a percentage of 59. Obligations per Sector. 2014 132 . Culture. payment of loans. 2014 Source: City Budget Office.62% or PhP366. Obligations for the Education. The Health Services got a chunk of 9.30. among others.92%.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Figure 7. which is comprised of expenditures for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management. Obligations for Other Purposes.5 Million or 0.43% or PhP818. Current Obligations by Allotment Class.87 Million or 2.

00 146.58 67.608.844.817.4% 2005 663.427.63 73.196.683.551.75 1.24 -3.514.547.285.303.721.122.028.77% 2010 1.718.2% 2007 847.009.381.2. 2000-2014 YEAR INCOME % INCREASE 2014 1.242.708.24 2011 918. Real Property Taxes (RPT) has a remarkable increased by forty six percent (46%) in 2014 from only 2% increase in 2013.156.80 51.7% to 24.214.41 1.21 1.150.999. Business taxes improved by eleven percent (11%) in 2014 and five (5%) in 2013.391.12% in 2012 as a result of the creation of new cities in the country.084.73 2009 791.967.799.748.130.791.291.7% 2000 468.545.086.130.74 13.571.21 45.553.027. Table 122.74 7.765.195. However.569.900.128.454.8% 2002 575.69 5.57 123.605.159.604.52 156.5% 2006 784.519.293.72% 2009 1.108.5% 2003 624.4.41 847.473.00 223.311.843.99% 2012 1. The yearly increase in income ranges from 5.00 121.35 2010 855.497.351.05 103. Antipolo experienced a 1.05 7. Distribution of Revenues by Source.451.750.253.451.027.569.118.575.40 120.78 -1.15 63.536.05 2004 428.85 10.01 2012 815.33 117.5% decrease in income in 2004 and tremendous increase of 24. reaching more than 995 million pesos in 2014.252.465.293.512.24 24.037.624.956.082.279.117.80 Billion in 2014.00 102.31% in 2014.987.42 1.89 1.047.780.161.215.1 Income Antipolo’s income has increased from P468M pesos in 2000 to P1.425.381.86 15.524.974.082.844.52 110.155.495.77 270.343.324. Antipolo City Income.427.35 126. Section 284 of the Local Government Code defines IRA as a local government’s share of revenues from the national government based on its land area and population. RPT increase is the highest increase since year 2000.999.204.197.804.718.047.80 784.437.238.00 149.631.292.791.00 89.343.028.00 152.78 133 .689.530.53 2008 664.36 7.837.3% 2004 615.765.245.84 663.00 145.24 2013 885.84 2007 549.316.53 14% 2008 999.804.31% 2013 1.586.536.87 999.19 244.339.32 233.487.338.62 171.73 8.887.917.020.571.154.252.86 2005 452.599.214.378.316.079.890.014.391.40 169.238.88 - Source: Office of the City Treasurer The Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) of the City steadily increased over the years.388.80 57.239.332.232.712.625.00 99.41 51.84 15.511. Table 123.06 314.77 615.440.259.399.068.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 7.63 135.3% 2011 1.929.172.548. the IRA of Antipolo decreased by 11. which is three times the IRA in year 2000.31%.077.549.011.01 7. 2000-2014 YEAR IRA RPT BUSINESS TAXES OTHERS TOTAL 2014 995.36 2006 535.497.87 1.05 145.7% 2001 496.32 78.465.295.068.255.07 115.022.

construction and repair of school buildings.297.590 772.683. Personnel Services comprise 28% and Capital Outlay covers 13%.603.213.303.59 318.199.766.885.387.780.520.229.23 2002 112.400.724.329.108.574. totaling to PhP 319 Million.458.681.993.84 611.88 Source: Office of the City Treasurer Special Education Fund (SEF) increased by 1.23 1.814.352.48 304.455.46 174.744.03 1.18 2008 148.358.894.590. and Capital Outlays.310.916.34 50.665.612. MOOE comprise 59% of the allotment.00 2012 512.00 1.282.471.26 1.86 142.00 629.073.309.151.42 2001 94. Maintenance and Other Operating Expense (MOOE).45 39.Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2003 428.37 2012 239.67 48.351.8 % in 2013 and remarkable increase of 46.00 626.994.666.104.194.00 78.912. The basis for SEF is found in section 272 of the Local Government Code which states that 1% of the Real Property Tax shall automatically accrue to local school boards to be used for operation and maintenance of public schools.2 Expenditures Expenditures by allotment are usually categorized as Personal Services.74 2002 409.565.92 2011 233.00 1.96 625.232.585.970.238.000.836.154.26 48. 2006-2014 Year Personal Maintenance and Capital Outlays Financial TOTAL Services Other Operating Expenses Expense 2014 523.40 2006 167.540.941.00 176.400.40 214.74 2004 128.00 71.981.496.773.293.009.262.00 134 .992.060.492.787.967.000.108.598.74 2001 299.78 1.165.293. and sports development.027.01 . 1.13 52.000.254.565.956.662.851. Expenditure as to Allotment.724.461.015.518.00 3.584.280.31 144.4.279.08 214.54 238.123.053.571.296.472.399.44 129.25 2010 188.130.90 810.035.223.708.69 2000 306.33 2013 539.338.96 1.420.87 1.554.102.00 227.987.851. In 2014.08 95.2.584.84 149.12 41.40 2003 134.79 218.317.719.160.046.193.996.58 481.199.251.346.782.961.94 73.351.98 Source: Office of the City Treasurer 7.687.871.413.88 2.268.315.432.000.00 82.94 113.357.955.88 2009 155.05 218.089. Financial expenses refer to government loan.69 211.739.32 210.94 624.629.341.511.618. Table 125.000. Table 124.421.235.63 496.22 2013 251. educational research.385.51 148.005.794.37 145.500.840.996.288.09 468. 2001-2014 ACTUAL Net SET YEAR INTEREST INCOME TOTAL SEF COLLECTION Collection 2014 349.871.814.59 575.844. Special Education Fund.89 38.56 939.37 169.06 2007 144.375.29 135.22 1.287.319.00 94.701.085.633.00 6.852.793.973.212.309.348.26 319.63 2005 146.237.235.191.94 439.380.532.954.657. purchase of books and periodicals.3% in 2014. facilities and equipment.527.

00 2010 427.990.570. The then Sangguniang Bayan through Resolution No. 50-92 took cognizance of the possible problems that may ensue brought about by the following requirements in the accreditation of POs and NGOs. Table 116 shows Accredited People’s Organization (PO) and Non-Government Organization (NGO) for the year 2013 & 2014 under the Committee on Accreditation.643. Organization of the City Council.00 502.352.008. 2001-2014 Year Number 2001 23 2002 22 2003 31 2004 22 2005 21 2006 10 2007 20 2008 20 2009 17 2010 22 2011 33 2012 21 2013 10 2014 7 Source: SP Secretariat 135 .048.82 2006 285.390. e.160.798.538.00 35. livelihood development.000.000.00 439.728. Department of Labor and Employment.800.560.94 269.00 1. Department of Social Welfare and Development or with other concerned national government agencies.000.00 2009 293.030.286. capability building and similar development thrusts. d.000.42 760.440.891.383.000. Submission upon accreditation of one (1) year plan of programs. Table 126.00 2007 304. Reliability as evidenced by the preparation of annual reports and the conduct of annual meetings duly certified by the secretary of the organization. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2011 480.06 163.165. Organizational purposes and objectives include community organization and development.076. The Local Government Code in its Implementing Rules and Regulations prescribed the following requirements for PO and NGO accreditation: a. With project development and implementation track record of at least one (1) year.246.483.517.197.721.993.128.727.578.03 2008 315. local enterprise development.267.778.293.119.03 Source: City Budget Office Before its conversion into a city.Gov’t.00 339.709.73 1.86 528.812. the local government of Antipolo through its Sangguniang Bayan adopted a set of criteria that will be followed in the accreditation of numerous People’s Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations based in the locality.371.469.33 267. b.00 9. projects and activities. Cooperative Development Authority.516.030.395.263.630.00 522. People’s Organization & Non.000.235.623.199.00 251.000.000.836.000.318.40 23.651. Registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission.00 1.00 576.00 18.000.398. institution building.321.00 280.00 1. Number of People’s Organizations/Non-Government Organizations.793.70 1.47 182.00 55. c.779.614.766.97 114.724.

Phase II and for other purposes. Inc. (INAI) 2. 2. 4. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Nuestra Señora dela Paz Credit Cooperative 136 . 4. and for other purposes. Antipolo Inc. 3. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of the Bantay Bayan Foundation. 9 156-2002 Sept. Pinagmisahan ng Sitio Bagong Buhay. Corporative Services and Technologies of Antipolo City. and for other purposes. 2001 A resolution approving the application for accreditation of the Dalig I Hoveler Asso. (ABCAI). Senior Citizen Fed. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Manalite Homeowners Asso. Inc. 18. 3.. Inc. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the ff: (5) 1. Date Approved Title 1 003-2002 January 9. 6 047-2001 May 23.. Innovated Neighborhood Association. 2. 4. and Anak ng Antipolo Tungo Sa Kaunlaran. 5. Phase IV-B. 2. 5.. Citizen’s Crime Watch (CCW) and for other Purposes. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of the ff associations: (2) 1. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Kaysakat Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Multi- Purpose Cooperative (KARBMC). 3. 2 012-2001 February 14. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the People’s Investment and Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 9 76-2001 July 25. 5 034-2001 March 21.Purpose Cooperative Inc. Inc. Inc. 2. 12. and for other purposes. Town and Country Executive Village Homeowners Asso. Pinagmisahan ng Sitio Bagong Buhay. Corporative Services and Technologies of Antipolo City. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of the Sanlakas-Antipolo City Chapter as a multi. Inc. 8 070-2001 June 27. Inc. City Reso.) 2. Inc. Inc. Sandiwanihang Pilipino at Kristiyano (SPK) Foundation. 12 003-2001 January 17. 3 074-2002 April 24. 2001-2014 2001 No. INC. 8 143-2002 August 21.. 4. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the Don Antonio Zuzuaregui Homeowners Association Inc.. Source: SP Secretariat 2002 No. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the Liga at Alyansa ng Masang Pilipino (ILAW). Bayan ng Rizal Kaunlaran Dapat Sakatuparan (BARKADA’S) Inc. 11 135-2001 October 17. Date Approved Title 1 003-2001 January 17. Cacalog Settlers Asso.. Inc. 10 158-2002 Sept. Inc. 2001 A resolution approving the application for accreditation of the Sumilang Samahan Nayon. 7 065-2001 June 13. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Table 127. (Phase IV-A) and for other purposes. 2 014-2002 January 23. (LUBIKA) Inc. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the Mutual Benefits Association. Asso.Purpose Cooperative Inc. and for other purposes. 4 030-2001 March 21. City Reso. Inc. Phase IV-B. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of the following associations: (4) 1. and for Other purposes 4 107-2002 July 3. Brgy. 18. Rising Sun Neighborhood Asso. Antipolo City Chapter and for other purposes. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the Samahang Pag-kakaisa ng Block 4 Tawid-tawid. Antonio Zuzuaregui Homeowners Asso. 10 114A-2001 Sept. Lusrai Multi. Block 44 Homeowners Asso. (CASAI). 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Antonio Zuzuaregui Homeowners Asso. Inc. 5 117-2002 July 10. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the ff: (4) 1. No. 7 140-2002 August 7. Inc. No. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the Antipolo City Bagnen Asso. Bayan ng Rizal Kaunlaran Dapat Sakatuparan (BARKADA’S) Inc. 3. Lusrai Multi. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Lupang Biyaya sa Kaynaog Neighborhood Asso. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the Rizal Youth Foundation (RYDF). 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of the ff: associations: (2) 1. Linang Movement Incorporated (LMI) 6 134-2002 July 31. Town and Country Executive Village Homeowners Asso. 3 013-2001 February 14. Inc.sectoral organization operating within the city of Antipolo and for other purposes. de la Paz Vendor’s Asso. Asosasyon ng mga Aruga at Kalinga sa Banaba Incorporated (KABAN. 2001 Approving the application for accreditation of the ff: 1. Kaisahan para Sa Katutubong Sining (KASAINING). Inc. List People’s Organizations/Non-Government Organizations.

San Isidro Labrador Homeowners Asso. Christian Neighborhood Multi-Purpose Coop. 22..C. 11. Phase I located at Kaila II. 6 2003-203 Oct. Samahang Maralita Apostol. Inc. 6. Brgy. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Friendly Care Clinic-Mayamot and for other purposes 14 199-2002 Nov. . Inc. Phase I. 6. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of San Isidro Labrador Homeowners Asso. 4 2003-122 July 2. A.care Heights Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Co. Evergreen Antipolo Credit Coop. 8. 2. STI-College Antipolo Employees Multi-Purpose Cooperative and for other purposes. 12. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 and for other purposes. Multi-Purpose Coop. 7. 10..Akbay Maralita Inc. 4. Inc. Masagana Multi-Purpose Coop. Antipolo Teacher Credit Cooperative 4. Antipolo Transport Service Coop. BNII. Antipolo City and for other purposes 7 2003-209 Oct. San Roque Antipolo City and for other purposes Source: SP Secretariat 2003 No. 24. 3. 13. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of Patnubay Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative Antipolo City and for other purposes. People’s Solidarity Multi-Purpose Cooperative 2. 15. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of : (4) 1. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of: (4) 1. Ng Lungsod Silangan Source: SP Secretariat 137 . Resettlement Area Home. Mayamot. 11 173-2002 Oct. Sama-samang Sikap Multi-Purpose Coop. 1. located at Sitio Pagrai. and for other purposes. Hoveler Asso.. Townsite Reservation Asso. 2. City Reso. Phase II and for other purposes 15 205-2002 Nov. Summer Happy Homes Homeowners Asso. 3. Town & Country Executive Homeowners Asso. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of Pro. Kaunlaran Multi-Purpose Coop. Date Approved Title 1 2003-003 Jan. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of Malayang Samahan ng Katutubo Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 3 2003-115 June 25. 8 2003-213 Oct. 9. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Planters and Green Revolutionists Asso. Inc. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of: (2) 1. 16. Samahang Magkakapitbahay ng Kamandag I 2.. Phase III 2. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of: (4) 1. Neighborhood Multi-Purpose Cooperative 4. (AMALUSTRI) 2. 3. Asso. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of Couples for Christ Global Mission Foundation. 2. Inc. 13. Kilusang Karangalan ng Antipolo City Foundation 4. United Multi-Purpose Coop. Sagip Kalikasan ng Rizal Multi-Purpose Coop. Inc. 15. 13 189-2002 Oct. Our Lady of Peace Credit Coop. Inc. 8. El Dorado Water Service Credit Coop. Peace People Neighborhood Multi-Purpose Coop. 12 184-2002 Oct. Grace Civicom Multi-Purpose Coop. Antipolo City and for other purposes. No. San Joseph Free Farmers Multi-Purpose Coop. Akbay Maralita Lungsod Silangan Townsite Reservation.Tagbak Multi-Purpose Cooperative 5 2003-126 July 9. 16 214-2002 Nov. Samahan ng Mahihirap Multi-Purpose Coop 3. 14. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of San Isidro Labrador Homeowners Asso. Damayan Multi-Purpose Coop. 2002 Approving the application for accreditation of: (2) 1. 2003 Approving the application for accreditation of: (14) 1. Antipolo City and for other purposes 2 2003-068 May 7. . 5.

San Jose. 5..C. Antipolo City and for other purposes.C. (Mayamot) 2. San Jose) 3. Antipolo City and For other purposes. 3 2005-29 02-23-05 Approving the renewal for accreditation of the Townsite Reservation Association of Lungsod Silangan (TRALSI) Mayamot. Antipolo Brotherhood Multi-Purpose Cooperative 3. Citizens Best Multi. Cruz. Maia Alta Multi-Purpose Cooperative 2. 7 2005-65 04-06-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Habitat Rizal Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Mayamot. 138 .. A. Damayan Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 5 2005-53 03-18-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Stronghold Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Mayamot) Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo Vendors Devt.. Date Approved Title 1 2004-007 01-07-04 Approving the application for accreditation of: (7) 1. Canawa Multi-Purpose Cooperative 2 2004-009 01-14-04 Approving the application for accreditation of the following: (3) 1. Federation of Dependable and Untied Filipino Inc. 3. Inc.. St. 9 2005-69 04-11-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Neighborhood Multi-Purpose Coop. Date Approved Title 1 2005-006 01-03-05 Approving the Renewal for Accreditation of: (2) 1. Samahang Kapit Bisig (Phase I) 6. (Brgy. City Reso. San Jose Antipolo City and for other purposes. Brgy. Antipolo City Gov’t. A. Brgy. Dela Paz. Antipolo Caddies Multi-Purpose Cooperative all of Antipolo City and for other purposes. Purok 5 Multi-Purpose Coop. Inc. San Luis) Antipolo City and for other purposes. Source: SP Secretariat 2005 No. Cacalog Multi-Purpose Coop 7. 3 2004-26 01-28-04 Approving the application for accreditation of: (2) 1. Inc.Purpose Cooperative (BN) Antipolo City and other purposes. (RUMNA-4). Antipolo City and for Other purposes. 4 2005-42 03-11-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Davao-Infanta Sisterhood Multi-Purpose Coop. And for other purposes. Barangay Mambugan. (AVDEC).C. (San Luis) 2. 2 2005-19 02-02-05 Approving the application for accreditation of: (2) 1. Phase 4-B of Brgy. San Juan H20 Service Multi-Purpose 4. Antipolo City and for other purposes. (Brgy. Antipolo City and for other purposes. and for Other purposes. 6 2005-62 04-06-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahan ng Mamayan sa Purok V (SAMPU-V). Antipolo City Cooperative Federation. A. 5 2004-67 03-03-04 Approving the application for accreditation of the following: (3) 1. And for other purposes. San Jose) 2. Billan Islam Community Organizing and Rural Devt. No. Brgy. San Roque. City Reso. Christian Multi-Purpose Coop. 11 2005-116 05-23-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Antipolo Cottage of Glory. No. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Mayamot. 8 2005-68 04-11-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Ruhat 4 Mambugan Neighborhood Asso. 6 2004-137 04-14-04 Approving the application for accreditation of Antipolo Market Vendors Credit Cooperative (Brgy. Mohicans Adventurers Driving Club 2. Mambugan. San Roque) A. A. Antipolo City 2. Pagrai Homeowners Asso. Canumay Multi-Purpose Coop. 7 2004-192 09-01-04 Approving the Application for accreditation of: (2) 1. Brgy. Employees Credit Cooperative 2. Antipolo 4X4 Club Inc. New Creations Development Coop. 4 2004-36 02-11-04 Approving the application for accreditation of: (2) 1. (San Jose) 2.. (Dela Paz) Antipolo City for other purposes.C. San Juan. First Antipolo City Employees Multi-Purpose Coop (Brgy. Inc. Brgy. 9 2004-258 12-01-04 Approving the Application for accreditation of Tatlong Persona Iisang Diyos (Antipolo Chapter) circumferential road Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 8 2004-257 12-01-04 Approving the Application for accreditation of Antonio Zuzuaregui Homeowners Association Inc. 10 2005-99 05-04-05 Approving the application for accreditation of TOCS Confederation of Homeowners Asso. Brgy. Mambugan. Sta. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2004 No. And Credit Corp. La Salle Multi-Purpose Cooperative (Brgy.C. and for other purposes.

2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Federation of Homeowners Association in Rizal Credit Cooperative Antipolo City and for other purposes 5 2007-043 February 19. 2 2006-34 03-06-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Sevilla Mambugan Informal Settlers Asso. Date Approved Title 1 2006-31 02-27-06 Approving the application for accreditation of the Center for Women’s Resources and for other purposes. Inc. Brgy. Antipolo City and for other Purpose. 2007 Application for accreditation of KAMMPI (Kapisanan ng Magsasaka at Mangingisda at Manggagawa ng Pilipinas. Calawis. and for other Purposes. And for other purposes.C.. San Luis.and for other purposes. Inarawan. (SEMISAI). 9 2006-236 10-09-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Victory Challenge Academic Foundation. Inc. 18 2005-228 09-25-05 Approving the renewal for accreditation of the Phase IV-B Brgy. 4 2006-37 03-06-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Joseph Free Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Barangay Dalig. (NASAMASABACA).C. . Barangay dela Paz. Mayamot. 10 2006-247 10-23-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Pinag. Brgy. Brgy.C and for the other purposes. Brgy. Inc. 2007 Application for accreditation of San Joseph Free Farmers Asso. Antipolo City and for other purposes. City Reso. Antipolo City and for other purposes 9 2007-156 August 13. Brgy. Of Antipolo. Antipolo City and for other purposes Source: SP Secretariat 2006 No. 11 2007-181 Sept. Inarawan. and for other purposes 19 2005-292 12-12-05 Approving the application for accreditation of the National Concerns Citizens in Action. and for other purposes. A. 17 2005-192 08-08-05 Approving the Application for accreditation of the Samahan ng Mahihirap Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 139 . SMPC Antipolo City and for other purposes. Inc. Masinag Vendors Chapter and for other purposes.. Mayamot. 2007 Approving the application of accreditation of Guardians Brotherhood. 7 2006-155 07-17-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Guardian’s Reformist Group Inc. Brgy. Brgy. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Nagkakaisang Samahang Magsasaka sa Barangay Calawis. 17. Corp. San Luis. Mambugan. Antipolo City and for other purposes. INC. (SIBASAI). Inc. A. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahan ng mga vendors at tenants sa Masinag Inc. League of Government and Private Midwives. 10 2007-180 Sept. 2007 Approving the application for renewal of accreditation of Stronghold Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 8 2006-173 08-14-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Sitio Balon Informal Settlers Asso. Brgy. A. Inc. (PLGMI).. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 15 2005-145 07-11-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Antipolo Residents Multi-Purpose Cooperative 16 2005-189 08-08-05 Approving the renewal for accreditation of the Samahan ng Mahihirap Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Antipolo City Unified Command Brgy. 3 2006-35 03-06-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahang Kababaihan Devt. City Reso. 14 2005-144 07-11-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Blinds Musician and Massauer Association and for other Purposes. 17. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Samana Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Antipolo City and For other purposes. Inc. Dela Paz. A. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Inc. Date Approved Title 1 2007-013 January 15. Brgy. Brgy. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Source: SP Secretariat 2007 No.C. 5 2006-59 03-20-06 Approving the application for accreditation of Siyudad ng Antipolo Arts Guild (SINAG). 4 2007-038 February 5. City. and for Other purposes. Brgy.. 3 2007-025 January 21. Antipolo City and for other purposes 6 2006-114 05-22-06 Approving the application for accreditation of the Phil. Brgy. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Antipolo Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Inc. San Jose. 2007 Approving the application for renewal of accreditation of Cabisig Multi-Purpose Cooperative . No. Mayamot A. A.C. 13 2005-141 07-04-05 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahang Tulungan Homeowners Asso. Calawis Antipolo. and for other purposes. 2007 Application of Accreditation of Antipolo City Council of Elders Formation.isang Samahan ng Katutubo at Magsasaka.. 6 2007-139 July 23. 7 2007-140 July 30. San Jose. 2 2007-018 January 15.. No.. Antipolo City 8 2007-141 July 30.C. Mayamot AC and for the other purposes. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 12 2005-117 05-23-05 Approving the renewal for accreditation of the Antipolo Federation of Senior Citizen Inc. Inc.

Brgy. Antipolo City and for other purposes..C. 2008-008 7-Jan-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Sevilla Mambugan Informal Settlers Asso. Inc. 5 2008-057 3-Mar-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Betsaida Neighborhood Asso.C And for other Purposes Source: SP Secretariat 2008 No. 13 2008-112 19-May-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahang Maramita ng Pandayan.. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Ugnayang Mamayan ng Antipolo sa Kaunlaran Inc. 2007 Approving the application of accreditation of Marbac Multi-Purpose and for other purpose. San Jose. 6 2008-062 10-Mar-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Ignacio Compound II. San Jose . San Juan. Brgy. 1 2008-009 7-Jan-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahan ng Mamamayan sa Purok V (SAMPU- V) Brgy. 2007 Approving the application of accreditation of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Association. 4 2008-056 3-Mar-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Nagkakaisang Lakas ng Magkakapitbahay ng Lower Buhanginan Central. Inc. San Roque. and for Other purpose 17 2007-205 October 15. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Mayamot A. Brgy. Inc. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Tagbac Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Inc. Date Approved Title No. City Reso. Brgy. 3 2008-029 28-Jan-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Transformation as organizations for protection And Advocacy (TROPA) Inc. Brgy. Barangay Mayamot. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2007 Approving the application of renewal Accreditation of Davao Infanta Sisterhood Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Dela Paz. Brgy. Mambugan. Brgy. Mambugan Antipolo City and For the other purpose 18 2007-206 October 15.. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Barangay San Jose. and for other purposes. INC (RSNAI). 17. Brgy. Brgy. San Isidro.. Antipolo City and for other purposes.Brgy. Dela Paz. Antipolo City. 15 2007-200 October 8. Antipolo City and for other purposes 13 2007-198 October 8. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 12 2007-182 Sept.C and for other purpose. San Roque. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 14 2008-120 26-May-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Buklod Maralita Organization . Antipolo City and for other purposes. San Jose A. 140 . Antipolo City and for other purposes. Brgy. Inc. Antipolo City. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City.C and for other purpose 16 2007-201 October 8. 2007 Approving the application of accreditation of Samahang Mamamayan sa Kaunlaran ng Antipolo. A. Brgy. 2007 Approving the application of accreditation of Carinosa movement Asso. Antipolo City and for other purposes.C and for other Purposes. Inc. 7 2008-067 17-Mar-08 Approving the application for accreditation of San Juan Water Service Multi-Purpose Coop. Brgy. Baybay Sapa... Antipolo City and for other purposes. Brgy. Inc. Sitio Boso-boso Brgy. Inarawan A. 10 2008-089 14-Apr-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Grace Christian Mission. Mambugan . 2007 Approving the application of accreditation of of Kaunlaran at Kagalingan ng Antipolo Inc. 19 2007-212 October 22. Mayamot Antipolo City and for other Purpose. 2007 Approving the application for accreditation of Ivitan Inc. Inarawan. 2 2008-023 21-Jan-08 Approving the application for renewal of accreditation of Land Radio Communication Assistance . Brgy. 12 2008-111 19-May-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Pagrai Homeowners Asso. Inc. 14 2007-199 October 8. 8 2008-068 17-Mar-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Hidden Valley United Neighborhood Asso. 11 2008-101 28-Apr-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Association of United Residents of Upper Sto.Brgy.Brgy. No. Mambugan. 20 2007-231 November 20.San Roque A. Inc. Mambugan. Mayamot Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 9 2008-082 8-Apr-08 Approving the application for renewal of Accreditation of Rising Sun Neighborhood Asso.Inc. Inc. 15 2008-182 1-Sep-08 Approving the application for accreditation Of Zontaville Neighborhood Association Multi- Purpose Water System Cooperative(ZONAMPASECO). (ARBA). Bagong Nayon .Brgy.

Brgy. Source: SP Secretariat 2009 No. Barangay Dalig. Antipolo City and for other purposes 13 2009-249 August 24. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Peñafrancia Hills Homeowners Association. San Luis. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Federation of Riders Club Exclusive (FORCE). 3 2009-074 Mar. Inc. Brgy. San Roque. Sumulong Hi-Way. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of TOR Foundation. 12. Brgy. Mambugan. Antipolo City and for other purposes 15 2009-289 Oct . Inc. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Tamenggo Homeowners Association. Antipolo City and for other purposes 10 2009-202 July 28.. 18 2008-227 27-Oct-08 Approving the application for renewal of accreditation of Antonio Zuzuaregui Homeowners Association. 6 2009-143 May 11. 21. 09. San Roque. 2009 Approving the accreditation of Newly Integrated Ladies Organization (NILO) Inc. (RHMNA-4). Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahang Walang Itinatangi Alpah et Omega. (Antipolo Chapter). Antipolo City and for other purposes. 30. Source: SP Secretariat 141 . Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of AGTODA Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Barangay Mayamot. Inc. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Inc. Dalig. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of San Isidro Resettlement Market Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 12 2009-204 July 28. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Kabayan Action Group. Antipolo City and for other purposes 17 2009-364 Dec. Antipolo City and for other purposes.. Inc. San Isidro. Brgy. City Reso. Brgy. (ALAS) Brgy. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Alliance of Leaders for the advancement of Sitios. Inc. 23. Inc. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Brgy. 8 2009-177 July 06. Barangay San Isidro.. Anthurium St Lores Country Executive Homes. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Patnubay Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahan ng Anak ng Antipolo Senior Citizen. Inc. 02. (phase IV-B) Brgy dela Paz and for other purposes. BN2. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Resources of the Filipino Sightless. 27. Brgy. Brgy.. 2009 Approving the application of accreditation of Erpat Federation of Rizal. 2 2009-053 Mar. Inc. Barangay San Jose. 12. 7 2009-170 June 15.. Brgy San Luis. Antipolo City and for other Purposes. (KAG). Bagong Nayon 2. Antipolo City And for other purposes. Mambugan. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City and for other purposes 16 2009-346 Nov. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Mambugan. San Isidro. Brgy.. 14 2009-288 Oct . 10. Inarawan. Barangay San Isidro. 1 2009-022 Feb. 2009 Resolution approving the application of for the renewal of accreditation of Ruhat-4 Mambugan Neighborhood Association. Cupang. 7 Lot 12. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Bantay Bayan Foundation. 19 2008-229 3-Nov-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Firm 24-K Marcos Loyalist-Luneta Group.. 11 2009-203 July 28. 20 2008-234 17-Nov-08 Application for Accreditation of Pinugay Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Antipolo City and for other purposes 9 2009-190 July 13. 4 2009-096 Mar. Phase II. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 16 2008-203 29-Sep-08 Approving the application for accreditation of Talipapa Vendors Association. Marcos Highway. 5 2009-124 Apr. San Jose. Inc. Date Approved Title No. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 17 2008-226 27-Oct-08 Approving the application for accreditation Of Jardan Transport and Development Cooperative .. Sitio Ruhat. Antipolo City. Brgy. Brgy. 2009 Approving the application for accreditation of Samahan ng mga Litratista sa Rizal. Blk. Mambugan. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Brgy. Inc. Katarungan Village. Pinugay Antipolo City and for other purposes.

. with office address at Blk 7 Lot 12. Dela Paz. (SMMWAI). with office address at Block 2 Lot 5. Fabricators. Peace Village. a non-stock. Inc. Date Approved Title No. Barangay San Jose. 15. Taguig City And for other purposes. 6 2010-079 Mar. 19 2010-286 Nov. (SNA). and for other Purposes. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of the Newly Integrated Ladies Organization (NILO) Inc. 2010 Approving the Application for accreditation of Antipolo Homeland Development Cooperative. 2010 A Resolution Approving the application for accreditation of Siyudad ng Antipolo Arts Guild. and for Other purposes. (PV2HAI). Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 2010 No. 20 2010-287 Nov. GPTA. 2010 A Resolution Approving the application for accreditation of Peace Village Phase 2 Homeowners Asso. Inc. (SINAG).. with office address at Sitio Sanakai. A. Brgy. 11. 2010 Approving the Application for accreditation of People's Organization for Progress and Development Foundation. 5 2010-078 Mar. 1 2010-004 Jan.. Inc. with office address at PV 2 Multi-purpose Center.C.. Brgy. 20. 15. 04 2010 Approving the application for accreditation of Bagong Nayon II Elementary School. 2010 A Resolution Providing a Mechanism By Instituting a Process through Accreditation thereof by SP's Committee on Public Works and Highways of Contractors. Inc. 3. 15. Barangay Cupang. Inc. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Rural Improvement Club (RIC) Council of Antipolo. and for other purposes. 17 2010-274 Oct.. San Roque. Inc. Antipolo City and for other purposes 3 2010-076 Mar. A. 16 2010-259 Oct. and for other purposes 13 2010-220 Sept. with office address at 38 Purok Cepina. City Reso. And for other purposes 4 2010-077 Mar.. 2010 Approving the Application for accreditation of Samahan ng Magsasaka sa Bayan ng Antipolo. Inc.C. with office address at Sitio Sagipin. Purok Mapayapa. Lores Executive Homes. and for other purposes. Inc. Brgy. 2010 A Resolution approving the application for accreditation of Conglomerate Multi-purpose cooperative.. Inc. Barangay 142 . Inc. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for accreditation of LYCO I Love Antipolo's Welfare (ILAW) Inc. 2010 Approving the Application for Accreditation of Cupang II Homeowners Assoc. A.. lot 59 EP Housing Village. Inc. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of of Buklod ng Pagkakaisa ng Pulong Banal. Barangay Sta. Inc. San Jose. Pinagmisahan Road. San Isidro. and Suppliers concerning Local Infrastructure Project.. and for other purposes 2 2010-039 Feb. Antipolo City. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Purok Cepina Lot 20 Neighborhood. 15.. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Maralitang Ugnayan ng Nagkakaisang mamamayan (MAUNAMA) Inc. 21 2010-288 Nov. Barangay dela Paz. Flores de Mayo.. Barangay San Roque. 18 2010-281 Nov. 15.. (POPDFI). 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Sanakai Neighborhood Association. 14 2010-229 Oct. Brgy. San Isidro.. Cruz. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 20. Antipolo City And for other purposes. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Samahan ng mamamayan sa Purok V (SAMAPU V) 15 2010-258 Oct. 4. Barangay Dela Paz. A.. 22.C.. A. A. 27.C. Antipolo City And for other purposes. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Sagipin Neighborhood Association. 12 2010-219 Sept. 15. 8 2010-159 August 16.. 11 2010-218 Sept. 20. A. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 7 2010-093 Mar. and for other purposes.. 11. Barangay San Luis. 15. 2010 Approving the accreditation of Samahan ng Mapayapang Magkakapitbahay ng Wonderland. 15. Barangay Inarawan. 9 2010-195 August 31. Barangay San Luis. Anthurium St. Antipolo City And for other purposes. non-profit corporation with office address at Block 23. Brgy. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for re-accreditation of of Rising Sun Neighborhood Asso. Assn. with office Address at Sitio Pulong Banal. Barangay Dela Paz. with office address at Sitio Bibit.C. 2010 Approving the Application for accreditation of Antipolo City AUV Transport Federation. 13. 10 2010-216 Sept. and for other purposes. Inc. Block 8 Peace Village Phase 2. Antipolo City.C. A.C.C.

Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 18. 143 .07. 9 2011-080 Apr. Block 9. Mambugan. Antipolo City and for Other purposes. 1 2011-005 Jan. and for other purposes. Antipolo City And for other purposes. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Pagrai Homeowners Asso. (SMBPMHA) Inc. San Jose. Inc. San Jose. Dalig Antipolo City. Antipolo City and for Other purposes. Sitio Lower Masikap. 4 2011-041 Mar. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Valley Little Corner Neighborhood Asso. Purok Maligaya II Homeowners Asso. Brgy.. Corazon Neighborhood Asso. Brgy. Brgy.. 18 2011-143 July 04. Brgy. Brgy. Source: SP Secretariat 2011 No. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Cupang San Isidro Labrador Homeowners Asso. With office address at 43-C. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Manggahan Ville Asso. with office address at Kaban Sitio Rizza. (SMBPMHOA) Inc. Brgy. Antipolo City. and for other purposes 7 2011-066 Apr. Cupang. lower Zigzag. and For other purposes. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Magic 5 Brotherhood Asso. Sitio Ruhat. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Pinagsama-samang Grupong Magsasaka ng Antipolo (PGMA) Inc. 2010 A Resolution Approving the Application for Accreditation of Kapatiran sa Banaba (KABAN). Cupang. Mayamot. Brgy. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Pandayan Hills Beneficiaries Asso. Antipolo City and for other Purposes. 6 2011-053 Mar. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of San Rafael Homes Mambugan.. Cruz. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Upper Ma.. Cupang .. Inc. barangay San Jose. 5 2011-042 Mar. 14 2011-121 June 06. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Zigzag Homeowners Asso. 17 2011-142 July 04. Brgy. 18. 15. Inc. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Brgy. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 12 2011-086 May 04. 22 2010-289 Nov. Sitio Pagrai. 21. City Reso. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 3 2011-032 Feb. Mambugan.. Unirock. Antipolo City And for other purposes. 14. Purok Maligaya. 21. 8 2011-077 Apr. 20 2011-151 July 11. . Mayamot. Date Approved Title No. Inc. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 10 2011-083 Apr. 2011 Approving the application for the Renewal of Accreditation of Purok 3 Neighborhood Asso. Inc. 11. Lot 1. 16 2011-141 June 27... 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Block 30. Barangay Muntindilaw. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 Mayamot. Antipolo City. Inc. Antipolo City And for other purposes. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Ruhat 4 Mambugan Neighborhood Asso. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Tolosa Ville Neighborhood Association Inc. Inc. Barangay San Jose. Brgy. Of Brgy. Inc. Of Zone 6. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Samahang Magkakapitbahay sa Block 30. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Samahang Pagkakaisa Ng Antipolo (Rizal). Inc. . Brgy. 13 2011-088 May 04.. 24. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Sitio Broadway Excess Phase 2 Neighborhood Asso. Inc. Barangay Mayamot. Inc.. Inc. Dela Paz. 15 2011-122 June 06. Dela Paz. Inc. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Masikap Tagbac Neighborhood Ass. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Nagkakaisang Tinig Homeowners Asso. 11 2011-085 May 04. Brgy. Brgy. Sitio Tanza I. 2 2011-026 Feb.. with office address at Phase IV. .07. Inc. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Kaunlaran at Kagalingan ng Antipolo. Antipolo City and for Other purposes. Inarawan. Zone 8.04. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Sta. Purok Maligaya II Homeowners Asso. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Peñafrancia Cupang Antipolo City. Sitio Sampaga. Antipolo City and for Other purposes. 19 2011-144 July 04.. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Purok 3.

Sitio Lower Tulaken. Antipolo City And for other purposes. Inc. Source: SP Secretariat 2012 No. Buliran Sitio Tanglaw. 06. Antipolo City and for other Purposes.. San Luis. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Yellow Armies Para Sa Kalikasan at Proteksyon (YAKAP) Inc. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Antipolo City Government Employees Credit Cooperative (ACGECCO) . Inc. Barangay Sta. Antipolo City. located at Sitio Quarry. Antipolo City. Brgy. 23 2011-173 July 25. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Tenants People Asso. Antipolo City. 22 2011-165 July 18. 2012 Approving the application for the Accreditation of Tibagan Mayamot Neighbourhood Association. 3 2012-057 Mar. Brgy.23. 32 2011-283 Nov... 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of St. Sumulong Highway. Brgy. Antipolo City. 10 2012-193 Aug. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 15. Inc. .. Sitio Pinagmisahan. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 8 2012-131 June 04.. 9 2012-147 June 18..02.. . Purok Kalayaan. Purok Maligaya II. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Amertville Ang Pag-asa Homeowners Asso. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Antipolo Homeseekers Tenants Farmers Asso. 22. . 2 2012-045 Feb. . Inc. Brgy. 01. 144 . Brgy. Inc. Purok Langhaya. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Pinagpala Ville Asso. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Dela Paz. Brgy. Asso. Antipolo City. Sen Lorenzo S. Antipolo City and For other purposes. Inc. 6 2012-106 May 07. and for other purposes 31 2011-259 Nov. (LLAROI). 01. Barangay. 28 2011-208 Aug.. Hall of Justice. 08. Inc. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Antipolo Federation of Community Asso. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Lakas ng Sitio Tagbac. Niño De Pasig Homeowners Asso. Brgy. Cupang. Dela Paz. Antipolo City and For other purposes. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Antipolo Federation Of Persons with Disability. Brgy. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Volunteer Probation Aide Helping Hand Movement. Sitio Daang Bakal. Antipolo City. Inc. Cruz. Barangay Dela Paz. Inc. Dela Paz. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Inarawan Antipolo Rizal Farmers Asso. City Reso. Cupang/Mayamot. Brgy. 26 2011-179 Aug. 06. Inc. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 21 2011-164 July 18.. 05. 02. (IARFAI) Brgy. 29 2011-249 Oct. San Jose. San Jose.. 4 2012-085 Apr. Inc. and for other 30 2011-254 Nov. Brgy. Brgy... Inarawan. 2012 Approving the application for renewal Of accreditation of Sto. Dela Paz. 5 2012-100 Apr. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Tagong Luntian Village Neighborhood Asso. Sitio Payong. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Riverside Ville Homeowners Asso. Antipolo City and for other Purposes. Purok Kalayaan. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Payong Urban Neighborhood Association. 7 2012-130 June 04. 24. Everlasting Subd. Dalig. Inc. Mayamot Antipolo City and for other purposes. 25 2011-178 Aug. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Sulong Maralita Pag-asaý Itaguyod Homeowners Asso. Inc. 24 2011-177 Aug. Inc. Antipolo City and for other Purposes. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Lower Buliran Site Association. Marcos Highway. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Everlasting Peñafrancia Residence Asso. Antipolo and for other purposes. 20. Vianney Neighborhood Asso. Brgy. 01. Barangay Mambugan Antipolo City and for other purposes. 27 2011-198 Aug. Inc. Sumulong Memorial Circle. of Upper Lucban . Bagong Nayon. Barangay Mayamot. Inc. Inc. Inc. Date Approved Title No. 33 2011-285 Dec.05. Antipolo City. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Javier Forest Park Homeowners Asso. Brgy. San Jose. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Langhaya Residence Organization. 1 2012-007 Jan. (AFCA) Inc. Inc. Inc. 28. Cruz. Purok Sumulong. Barangay San Isidro. 2011 Approving the application for Accreditation of Sunrise View Homeowners Asso. Sta. Antipolo City and for Other purposes.

2013 Approving the renewal of application for accreditation of Antipolo Federation of Senior Citizens Inc. 24. Antipolo City. Antipolo City 18 2012-236 Oct. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Police Hotline Movement Inc. 5 2013-073 Oct. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 24. 2013 Approving the application for the renewal Of accreditation of Bantay Bayan Foundation. 10. Antipolo City. 2012 Approving the application for renewal Of accreditation of Townsite Reservation Association of Lungsod Silangan. San Roque. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Barangay Inarawan. Inc. Inc. 2013 Approving the application for accreditation of Antipolo Public Market Vendors Assoc. 04. No. 8 2013-101 Dec. St.. Source: SP Secretariat 2014 No. Brgy. Inc. Sitio Kalakad. 16. 2013 Approving the application for accreditation of the Volunteers Independent Public Emergency Response International. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Bahay Pangarap ng Pag-asa Community Asso. 27 .. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Samahang Pagkakaisa ng Blk.. Inc. Barangay Bagong Nayon. (AGILA-Inc. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Pantayanin Homeowner Association. 21. 2014 Approving the application for accreditation of San Juan Water Service Multi-Purpose Cooperative. Antipolo City and for other purposes.. Date Approved Title 1 2014-023 Mar.L. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Alalay at Gabay sa Lungsod ng Antipolo (AGILA). and for other purposes. 10. Barangay San Jose. San Isidro. 19 2012-241 Oct. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Concerned Merchants Of CMA Asso.. Police Hotline Movement Inc. Antipolo City 17 2012-235 Oct. 2 2013-049 Aug. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 11 2012-212 Sept. Olalia Road. Antipolo City and for other purposes.. (VIPER RESCUE INC. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Barangay Dela Paz. Source: SP Secretariat 2013 No. 23. 2013 Approving the application for accreditation of United Neighborhood Association of Sitio Bueno Purok 23. 13 2012-214 Sept. 20 2012-256 Dec. 16 2012-224 Sept. 2 2014-024 Mar. 29. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 14 . 7 2013-084 Nov. 14 2012-215 Sept. based in the CMA Building. Q. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Antipolo City Council Of Elders Foundation (ACCEF). Barangay Mayamot..). Antipolo City 15 2012-223 Sept. Brgy. No. 30. Date Approved Title 1 2013-003 Jan. 2013 Approving the application for accreditation of Tulungan sa Kabuhayan ng Calawis (TSKC). Inc. City Reso. Antipolo City. 6 2013-074 Oct. People’s Organization from Barangay Calawis. 16. M. San Roque. 15. 4B Tawid-tawid Antipolo Rizal Inc. Barangay Mambugan. Inc. 24. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Isla Tabak Neighbourhood Asso. Inc. M. Dela Paz. 2014 Approving the application for the renewal of accreditation of Alalay at Gabay sa Inang Lungsod ng Antipolo. Inc. 10. 4 2013-064 Sept. Antipolo City. Isla Tabak Brgy. (TRALSI). City Reso. Pinagmisahan St.) as civil organization in the City of Antipolo. Santos St. 10. 10. Antipolo City. 9 2013-107 Dec. 2014 Approving the application for accreditation of Pinagsama-samang Grupong Magbubukid ng Casunugan (PINGRUMAC) as civil organization in the City of Antipolo. 30 . 3 2013-059 Sept. and for other purposes. 12 2012-213 Sept. 2013 Approving the renewal of application for accreditation of TODA-MULTI PURPOSE COOPERATIVE formerly named AG2TODA Multi-Purpose Cooperative. 23 . 10 2013-108 Dec. Antipolo City. . 14. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of United People Credit Cooperative of Antipolo (UPCA). Antipolo City.. as civil organization in the City of Antipolo and for other purposes. Brgy. Antipolo City. San Isidro.. 21 2012-257 Dec. Inc. as civil organization in the City of Antipolo and for other purposes. Antipolo City and for other purposes. Antipolo City and for other purposes. 15. 2012 Approving the application for Accreditation of Kamias-Maligaya Water Service Cooperative (KMWSC) Barangay Mambugan. Brgy. 2013 Approving the application for accreditation of Antipolo City Cooperative Federation. 10. 2013 Approving the renewal of application for accreditation of Tagbac Multi-Purpose Cooperative (Tagbac-MPC). (APMAVA). 145 .

2014 Approving the application for accreditation of Kabayan International Friendship Anti-Crime Organization (KIFACO) Inc. Source: SP Secretariat 146 . Organization in the City of Antipolo and for other purposes. (IPPRP) as non-government org. 2014 Approving the application for accreditation of San Joseph Free Farmers Agro-Agri Inc. 6 2014-118 Dec. 2014 Approving the application for accreditation of Tri-Center Enterprise Project Multi-Purpose Cooperative (TRESP MPC) as Civil Organization in the City of Antipolo. 4 2014-032 Apr. 28. and for other purposes. as civil organization in the City of Antipolo.. 30. Barangay San Jose. and for other purposes. 5 2014-061 Aug. and for other Purposes. Antipolo City as Non-Govt. Inc. 18. In the City of Antipolo 7 2014-004 Jan. Antipolo City Ecological Profile 2014 3 2014-025 Mar. Inc. 1. 2014 A resolution approving the application for accreditation of interfaith partnership for the promotion of responsible parenthood. 20.. 2014 Approving the application for the renewal of accreditation of Samahang Magsasaka sa Bayan ng Antipolo (SAMABAI). as civil organization in the City of Antipolo.