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Angeles City, Pampanga

In 1796, Angeles City was a barrio of San Fernando for 33 years and it was called
“Culiat” by the town head of San Fernando, Don Angel Pantaleon de Miranda. They
named it “Culiat” because of the abundance of vines in the area. On December 8, 1829, it
was finally became a separate municipality and renamed it “Los Santos Angeles de los
Custodios (Holy Guardian Angel)” in honor for Don Angel. At present Angeles City is
subdivided into thirty-three (33) barangays. These are : Agapito del Rosario, Amsic,
Anunas, Balibago, Capaya, Claro M. Recto, Cuayan, Cutcut, Cutud, Lourdes North West,
Lourdes Sur (Talimundoc), Lourdes Sur East, Malabañas, Margot, Marisol (Ninoy
Aquino), Mining, Pampang (Santo Niño), Pandan, Pulungbulo, Pulung Cacutud, Pulung
Maragul, Salapungan, San José, San Nicolas, Santa Teresita, Santa Trinidad
Santo Cristo, Santo Domingo, Santo Rosario (Población), Sapalibutad, Sapangbato,
Tabun and Virgen Delos Remedios.

Geography

Angeles City lies on the western part and 16 kilometer away from the provincial capital
of Pampanga. Bounded on the north and northeast by the towns of Mabalacat and
Magalang respectively. Way down south is San Fernando and on the west are Porac and
Floridablanca.

Climate

Angeles just like any other town in Central Luzon has two pronounced season. Dry from
November to April and wet the rest of the year. In summer, the climate is very hot due to
the humid temperature of Mt. Pinatubo while during the rainy season, residents and

It holds the distinction of being the first electric utility company to achieve 100% electrification of all areas within its franchise coverage. Airport Angeles City. It can be a megalopolis with urban growth. These are:  Agapito del Rosario . The airport is located along the border between the cities of Angeles and Mabalacat in the province of Pampanga and is accessible through the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway. Pampanga has an airport. is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone.400v to 13. such as businesses. an international airport. formerly known as the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport. Clark serves the general vicinity of central and northern Luzon. Electric and Water Supply Power supply is being handles by Angeles Electric Corporation. It has a fully functioning sea port and distribution center. Infrastructures With new infrastructure developments. guests are advised to take precautionary measures due to lahar flows and flood which occasionally visit some lower portion of the city. While the main supplier of water in Angeles City is being handled by Angeles City Water District. located 43. This happened in 1969 with the conversion of distribution voltage from 2.800v that enabled the company to extend its power lines to the remotest barangay of Angeles City. Pampanga has the necessary geographic features and infrastructure in place. roads and bridges.2NM northwest of Manila. Angeles City is set on its path to achieving new heights. Angeles-Clark is one of the metropolises in Pampanga. Seaports Angeles City. the Clark International Airport. Barangays (Angeles City) Angeles City is subdivided into thirty-three (33) barangays.

 Amsic  Anunas  Balibago  Capaya  Claro M. Recto  Cuayan  Cutcut  Cutud  Lourdes North West  Lourdes Sur (Talimundoc)  Lourdes Sur East  Malabanias  Margot  Ninoy Aquino (Marisol)  Mining  Pampang  Pandan  Pulungbulu  Pulung Cacutud  Pulung Maragul  Salapungan  San José  San Nicolas .

 Santa Teresita  Santa Trinidad  Santo Cristo  Santo Domingo  Santo Rosario (Población)  Sapalibutad  Sapangbato  Tabun  Virgen Delos Remedios .