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Iloilo City Socio-Economic Profile 2014

I. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Brief History

A. Origin of Name 1620-1650


The name “Iloilo City” was derived from “irong-irong”, a - The chaplaincy made by Don Alfonso Fajardo was
reference to the native word “irong” which means “nose”. turned over the Jesuits, who built a wooden
The name took after the nose-like configuration of the main church in Estanzuela, by Juan Nini de Tavora.
settlement area during the pre-Spanish period as so - Pedro Murillo visited the fortress and judged it to
shaped by the Iloilo River. Chinese traders who frequent be a very good fortress with strong bulwarks,
the area and who mispronounce the “r” sounds with “l” heavy artillery, ammunitions, and strorerooms
sounds, soon popularized the term “irong-irong” which later over a tongue of water which was not good when
evolved into the current name Iloilo Arial 9.5 the waves beat against it.
The name is said to have also evolved from a local fish of - Trading of tobaccos and textiles were started by
the same name which was indigenous to the place and Panayanos.
which was a staple in the early inhabitants’ daily meals. - The alcalde mayor resided in Iloilo.
- Gov. Gen. Hurtado de Corcuera issued a decree
Iloilo City was also referred to as the “Most Loyal and Noble in his expedition against Sultan Kudarat, asking
City” or “La Muy Leal Y Noble Ciuded de Iloilo” in Spanish. the people of Arevalo and the Chinese of Parian
This is an inscription in the Coat of Arms from the Royal (Molo) to move to Punta.
Decree of 1896 in recognition of the local people’s loyalty to - Few Spaniards who remained in Arevalo were
the Spanish crown. asked by Gov. Gen. Alfonso Fajardo to move to
Iloilo.
B. Key Historical Events
1650-1680
1560-1590
- Sugar was the most sufficient resource of the
- Spaniards Mateo Del Saz and Juan de la Isla set Island during that time.
foot in Panay. - Rice was distributed to Iloilo from Panay.
- The City became the source of food supplies of - After some conflicts with the parish priest of
Cebu during Spanish Colonial period. Arevalo, the church was given to the parish of
- Oton-Arevalo area became the nucleus of Parian (Molo).
Spanish settlement headed by Miguel Lopez de
Legazpi. 1680-1740
- Luis de la Haya came twice to Panay and piloted
the frigate Espiritu Santo, accompanied by thirty - Economic transformation took over the entire
others and the Agustinian Fr. Martin de Rada who region and weaving became the primary
preached the gospel to the natives along the livelihood in Iloilo.
Araut River. - Two alcaldes mayors or provincial governors
- Legazpi wrote the Viceroy of Mexico that the new governed the two provinces in Panay Island,
settlement in Panay was chosen as a more Province of Oton and province of Panay.
suitable site, upon his return from Mexico. - Fernando de Valdes Tamon described the Iloilo
- Legazpi transferred to Manila, leaving in Panay fortress as a structure made “of stonework, and
some people to build a gallery of soldiers. had an embankment, partly in the sea and partly
- Francisco de Sande, governor-general of the on land, on tongue of land within the port itself”.
Islands, reported the work in progress at Oton. - The Iloilo fortress lost its importance through the
- The town called Villa, founded by Gonzalo years and was kept to protect the people against
Ronquillo de Penalosa, third governor-general of the attacks of the pirates, which infested those
the Philippines. regions.
- The residence of the alcalde mayor (provincial 1740-1790
governor) was transferred to the newly created
Villa de Arevalo. - Tomas de Castro y Andrade was commissioned
- The former site in Arevalo was located in what is to repair both the port and the fortress of Iloilo.
presently called Santa Cruz. - Arevalo became an independent town again after
- Forty Spaniards, twenty encomenderos and losing its importance.
twenty soldiers, were settled in Arevalo.

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- The Jesuits ministered to Molo and all the people - The town of Iloilo was a grouping of irregular
living along Molo to Punta when they were houses of nipa, among which some wooden or
expelled from the Islands by order of Carloss III. stone houses with tiles for roofing could be seen.
- The house of Mr. Manuel Aldeguer blessed by
- The Dominicans were overseers. Bishop Mariano Cuartero. Aldeguer Street was
- D. Juan de Figueroa signed the canonical books named after him.
as the parish priest of Iloilo, Guimaras Island, and - A traveler from Manila described Iloilo as a
chaplain of the Fortress. prosperous town which, in the near future, would
become one of the leading cities in the Islands.
1790-1850 - Two iron and wooden bridges were constructed
during the incumbency of Gov. Enrique Fajardo.
- The capital of the provinces from Cebu to Panay - Permission was granted to Federico Luchsinger to
was officially transferred to Iloilo. construct a dock in the Iloilo River.
- Sugar production increased during the period. - The same permission was given to Mr. Cirilo
- Filipino Propaganda Movement was initialized Corteza who was allowed to build a warehouse
with Graciano Lopez Jaena undertaking the for his private use.
Liberal Revolution. - The house of Loney and Co. was granted the
- The earliest recorded direct foreign exportation same permission
from Iloilo port took place when the Brigantine, a
Portuguese ship, loaded some 500 piculs of 1880-1890
sibucao (dye wood) for the colony of Macau
- Fr. Francisco Perez helped in developing the - Agricultural experimental station called La Granja
textile industry. established at La Paz.
- Chinese textiles were imported and accepted - The overseas minister Manuel Bacerra
locally. promulgated a law establishing the City Hall of
- The French scholar Mallat visited the place and Iloilo.
wrote that it was poorly and thinly inhabited. - The Iloilo Ayuntamiento (City Hall) was
- Iloilo became the principal seaport of the region established.
and seat of the government of the province. - There were already some 15,000 inhabitants in
Iloilo registered; many of them were laborers
1850-1870 coming from the nearby towns of Molo and Jaro.
- The government of Manila approved the project to
- Iloilo opened to foreign and non-Spanish widen and improve the town of Iloilo in
commerce and transactions. accordance with the indicated recommendations
- Iloilo port was opened to international trade. of Junta Consultativa, and sanitize the mangroves
- The city was given the title “La muy leal y noble still existing within the town limits.
ciudad de Iloilo” - Gov. Gen. Valerio Weyler sent the Iloilo authorities
- Iloilo begun its development. a circular reminding them of the past provisions
- The trade of Iloilo increased after it opened, being about the houses of nipa within the main cask of
second to Manila. the city.
- Pope Pius IX created a new diocese through the - There had been no repair on streets when Iznart,
brief Qui ab Initio with the seat in Jaro separating Real and Progreso were repaired at a cost of
it from the one in Cebu. 8,000 pesos since these were the perennial
- Jose Romero identified the presence of problem of the City Hall.
establishment that existed at that time such as - Spanish entrepreneur Don Jacobo Zobel de
the Ker & Co. as he arrived in Iloilo. Zangronis was permitted to open a transportline
- The capitan de barrio of Iloilo was opened by Gov. that would connect Iloilo with Molo and Jaro.
Manuel Iznart and Andres Arroyo, which was - Dr. Jose Rizal, passing through Iloilo in his way
registered as one of the three houses only from Dapitan to Manila, was much impressed by
established that time. the appearance of the city. He wrote: “… The
- The widening of Real Street was approved. entrance to Iloilo is beautiful. From afar can be
1870-1880 seen the white city set in water, a nymph of
galvanized iron, a modern creation, poetic in
spirit of its iron uniform… The liveliness of the
Escolta [which he meant Calle Real] pleased
me.”
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- The Jaro Belfry was ruined by an earthquake.


- The City’s architecture started to be influenced by
International styles.
1890-1900
1960-1980
- The city was referred to as the “Queen City of the
South”. - The construction of fish port, international sea port
- The Plaza de Alfonso XII was converted into a and other commercial establishments made the
beautiful garden and park with trees, pathways, City the regional center of Western VIsayas.
and a monument in the middle. - Rice was distributed to Iloilo from Panay.
- Iloilo is known for being the Visayan region entry of
- A small house was established and later on commerce because of its ports.
occupied by Bazar Cosmopolita of Isidro de la
Rama and was burnt. 1980-2000
- Real Street, the main and most beautiful street of
Iloilo City, was being urbanized day after day as - Restoration of old structures that have heritage
reported by El Eco de Panay. value was initiated.
- Junta asked for a loan to buy equipment for - Investment of business establishments increased
cleaning the Iloilo’s rivers. more.
- Don Antonio Domenech was commissioned to - The average annual family income percentage
make a feasibility study of railway system of the increased
City to improve its transportation. - The Metro Iloilo Development Council composed
of the city of Iloilo, and municipalities of Leganes,
1900-1930 Pavia, Oton and San Miguel was conceptualized..

- The first Baptist Church known as Jaro Evangelical 2000-2011


Church is established. - The Comprehensive Land Use Plan and Zoning
- The Central Philippine University ministered Ordinance of Iloilo is approved by the
theological training among local schools. Sangguniang Panlungsod and HLURB making
- The Manila Daily Bulletin cited Iloilo City as “the the plan to be the first approved for the Highly
metropolis of the Visayan Islands, second city Urbanized City Category
importance in the archipelago and the greatest
market for sugar in this part of the world”. - The rehabilitation, development and sustainability
- Philippine Railway Co. in Manila is authorized to of the Iloilo River is formulated by the Iloilo
connect as railway network to Panay known as Business Club in partnership with the Iloilo City
Panay Railways. Government, US-AEP, and The Asia Foundation,
- Inception of the Arellano Plan. consolidated by Mayor Jerry P. Treñas.
- Commercial buildings enhanced the city’s - The Jaro Floodway Channel was completed.
distinction in business and established first-class - Typhoon Frank damages Iloilo City.
infrastructure - The Metro Iloilo-Guimaras Economic
- Structures are designed in the “feminine, lacy Development Council was institutionalized
Iloilo wedding-cake style” through presidential Executive Order 559 s- 2006
- The Iloilo City 2011-2020 Comprehensive Land
1930-1960 Use Plan was prepared
- Five presidential proclamations were issued for
- Iloilo gained its cityhood status again after it was the establishment of on-site site upgrading
reverted into township by the Americans. projects for the urban poor.
- Panay’s largest bus company, Panay Autobus Co. - Another Presidential Proclamation was issued
was established. turning over the Parola site to the city government
- Panay was conquered by the Japanese but the of Iloilo.
economy of Iloilo was still stable. - The rehabilitation and development of the Iloilo-
- The Jaro Plaza was used as an alternative Batiano River was intensified under the
detention area of Japanese Batallions during leadership of Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog and
World War II. Senator Frank Drilon.
- Transportation networks advanced their linkages - The new Iloilo City Hall is constructed with “green”
throughout Iloilo City. concepts
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- Other major infrastructure projects were initiated Hon. Vicente City Mayor
during the term of Mayor Jed Mabilog through the Ybiernas (Appointed by virtue
help of Ilonggo Senator Franklin Drilon. 1947-1949 of RA 365/
Commonwealth Act
MUNICIPAL PRESIDENTS/MAYORS OF # 158
ILOILO CITY City Mayor
(Appointed by virtue
Hon. Rafael
1950-1952 of RA 365/
Position/ Jalandoni
Commonwealth Act
Inclusive Date Name Designation
# 158
1900-1901 Hon. Jose N. Gay Municipal President
City Mayor
Hon. Matias
1901-1902 Municipal President (Appointed by virtue
Ybiernas
1953 Hon. Juan Borja of RA 365/
Hon. Rosauro Commonwealth Act
1903-1904 Municipal President
Jocson # 158
Hon. Juan de City Mayor
1904-1905 Municipal President
Leon (Appointed by virtue
Hon. Rosauro Hon. Dominador
1906-1908 Municipal President 1954 of RA 365/
Jocson Jover
Commonwealth Act
Hon. Rosauro # 158
1909 Municipal President
Jocson Hon. Rodolfo T. First Elected City
Hon. Quirino 1955-1959
1910-1912 Municipal President Ganzon Mayor (RA 1209)
Abeto Hon. Rodolfo T.
Hon. Quirino 1960-1961 Elected City Mayor
1913-1916 Municipal President Ganzon
Abeto Hon. Reinerio
Hon. Gerardo 1962-1963 Elected City Mayor
1917-1919 Municipal President Ticao
Hervas Hon. Reinerio
Hon. Vicente 1964-1967 Elected City Mayor
1920-1921 Municipal President Ticao
Ybiernas Hon. Reinerio
Hon. Vicente 1968-1971 Elected City Mayor
1921-1922 Municipal President Ticao
Ybiernas Hon. Rodolfo T.
Hon. Serapion Municipal President 1972 Elected City Mayor
1923-1925 Ganzon
Torre Hon. Francisco Actg. Mayor by
Hon. Eulogio Municipal President 1972 (Oct.) –1976 (Apr)
1926-1928 Garganera virtue of succession
Garganera Hon. T.S. Zafiro City Mayor
Hon. Eulogio Municipal President 1976 (May) –1979 (Apr)
1929-1931 Ledesma (Appointed)
Garganera Hon. Luis C. City Mayor
Hon. Leopoldo Municipal President 1979 (May) –1986 (Mar)
1932-1934 Herrera (Appointed/Elected)
Ganzon Hon. Rosa O. City Mayor
Hon. Eulogio Municipal President 1986 (April)–1987(Nov.)
1935-1936 Caram (Appointed)
Garganera Hon. Antonio City Mayor
City Mayor 1987 (Dec.)- 1988(Jan.)
Hechanova (Appointed)
(Appointed by Hon. Rodolfo T.
Hon. Ramon 1988 (Feb.) 1991(June) City Mayor (Elected)
1936-1941 virtue of RA 365/ Ganzon
Campos
Commonwealth Act Hon. Mansueto
# 158 1991 (July) –1992(Mar.) Actg. City Mayor
A. Malabor
City Mayor Hon. Jerry P. City Mayor (By
(Appointed by 1992 (Apr)–1992 (Jun 30)
Hon. Vicente Treñas Succession)
1941-1944 virtue of RA 365/
Ybiernas 1992 (June 30) PM Hon. Masueto A.
Commonwealth Act City Mayor ( Elected)
1995 (June 30) NN Malabor
# 158
1995 (June 30) PM Hon. Mansueto
City Mayor City Mayor (Elected)
1998 (June 30)NN A. Malabor
(Appointed by virtue
Hon. Mariano 1998 (June 30)PM Hon. Mansueto
1945 of RA 365/ City Mayor (Elected
Benedicto 2001 (June 30)NN A. Malabor
Commonwealth Act
2001 (June 30) PM Hon. Jerry P.
# 158 City Mayor (Elected)
2004 (June 30)NN Treñas
City Mayor
2004 (June 30)PM Hon. Jerry P.
(Appointed by virtue City Mayor (Elected)
Hon. Fernando 2007 (June 30)NN Treñas
1945-1947 of RA 365/
Lopez 2007 (Jun3 ) PM Hon. Jerry P. City Mayor
Commonwealth Act
# 158 2010 (June 30) NN Treñas (Elected)

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2010 (June 30)PM Hon. Jed Patrick Mangrove 95.00 1.35


City Mayor (Elected
Present E. Mabilog Floodway 42.3 0.60
Cemetery 40.08 0.57
II. PHYSICAL FEATURES Waste Landfill 20.50 0.29
S-I(Special Institutional) 9.88 0.14
I/U(Infra and Utilities) 1.68 0.02
* Based on the approved Comprehensive Land Use Plan of Iloilo City:
Location of Iloilo City 1998 - 2010

One of the most accessible cities in the country. Iloilo City Political Subdivision
is located at coordinate 10 Degrees 45 minutes North
Latitude, 122 degrees 33 minutes East Longitude at the The City of Iloilo is composed of six (6) Districts and
southern portion of the Province of Iloilo. It is about 283 One Hundred Eighty (180) barangays, namely:
statute miles from Manila through Antique waters and
District Number of
about 337.6 Nautical miles from Manila through Capiz Barangay
waters. It is centrally located in the Philippines, accessible
by intermodal transportation: Arevalo 13
City Proper 45
MANILA 55 minutes by plane, 18 hours by boat Jaro 42
CEBU 25 minutes by plane, 12 hours by boat La Paz 37
ZAMBOANGA 14 hours by boat Mandurriao 18
BACOLOD 50 minutes by fast ferry Molo 25
Boundaries
North-East Municipalities of Leganes and Pavia Total 180
North-West Municipalities of Pavia and San Miguel
South-East Iloilo Strait Through City Resolution No. 2006-453 signed in April 5,
South-West Iloilo 2006 the new vision was then adopted by the Sangguniang
Source: Mapping Division, City Assessor’s Office Panlungsod and replaced the old vision set in the 1998-
2010 CLUP. Based on the series of ISA-sponsored
Table No. 1 Land Distribution workshops, and on the multi-stakeholders consultation, the
new City Vision is: ILOILO CITY: A Premier City by 2015.
By District* Area (has.) Area (sq. km) Taking into account, the following are its salient physical
Iloilo City 7834.00 78.3400
features.
Arevalo 664.17 6.6417
City Proper 439.77 4.3977
Jaro 3,040.37 30.4037
Topography
Lapaz 1,553.03 15.5303
Mandurriao 1,522.95 15.2295 ● Land features is flat and low level mass.
Molo 613.71 6.1371 ● 90% of land mass has an elevation of 2.637 meters
Note:
Iloilo City has an updated/amended land area of 7,834
Above the main water level.
hectares as of November 2007 based on the approved Base Map as ● 10% of land mass has an elevation of 5.19 meters.
evaluated by the DENR Land Management Bureau (LMB), Manila. In the
letter addressed to the Hon. Mayor Jerry P. Treñas, this shall be Soil and Slope
incorporated and adopted in the LMB masterlist to be submitted to DBM
on December 14, 2007. However, the area of land distributed by district, is Soil
still subject for field verification / validation and that actual perimeter
boundary survey is required to ascertain the total land area. (Technical
Services Division, DENR Reg. 6)
 Surface soil (25 to 30) is black to dark brown in
color, moderately course, granular and highly
Land Use (Actual)* Area (has.)* Percentage (%) plastic clay.
Residential 4,027.80 57.35  Lower substratum is brown silt loam friable and
Agricultural 307.00 4.37 good fine granular without stones gravels.
Commercial 576.22 8.21  Land as to formation and the origin is of recent
Industrial 235.71 3.36 alluvial deposits.
Institutional 335.52 4.78
Park and Open Space 386.53 5.50
Fishpond 281.90 4.01 Soil Type Area Percentage (%)
PUD (Planned Unit Dev’t.) 261.27 3.72
Proposed Highway 258.86 3.70 Hydrosol 241.92 3.5%
Transport Facility 142.75 2.03 Sand (Beach) 1,347.90 19.7%
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Clay (Sta. Rita) 4,692.00 68.5%

Sandy (Loam) 570.30 8.3%


.

Slope 15 - 18% - Steeply undulating and rolling land in


Many directions.
Description (Run and Rise)
18% & Over - Very steeply sloping land in many
 Based on the map of the Bureau of Soil, the
directions to many mountainous and
lowest portion of the city is in Brgy. Balabago,
Hilly areas.
Jaro District.
 Slope category of the city only falls between 0- The Slope category of the City only falls between 0 - 3%
3%, which means that for every 100 meters (broad area of level land).
distance, the rise is 0.5 meter.

Slope Category (%) Climate

0 - 3% - Broad area of level nearly level land. Iloilo City’s climate is moonsonal and has two (2)
pronounced seasons namely, the dry and wet seasons.
3 - 5% - Gently sloping areas with land sloping
The following are the tables of the 2012
in more than one general direction
Meteorological Profile, Climatological Data and the Tropical
5 - 8% - Gently undulating and gently rolling land
Cyclone
sloping in more than one general
direction
8 - 12% - Moderately undulating and rolling land
sloping in many directions.

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TABLE NO. 2 CLIMATOLOGICALLY AND METEOROLOGICAL DATA: 2014

Temperature (°C) # Of Wind Direction Cloudi


Dew Rel. Hum. Rainfall
Month Dry Wet Max Min Mean RR Speed Direction ness
Pt. (0C) (%) (mm)
(0C) (0C) (0C) (0C) (0C) days (mps) (0-360)
January 23.7 22.8 26.0 22.0 24.1 22.5 93 114.2 16 002 360 6
February 24.5 23.1 27.6 22.3 24.9 22.6 89 17.3 4 002 180 5
March 25.9 24.1 29.1 23.3 26.0 23.5 86 52.0 5 002 360 4
April 27.3 25.4 29.6 24.2 26.9 24.8 86 126.8 15 001 360 4
May 29.1 27.3 32.9 25.6 29.2 26.8 86 161.4 15 001 230 6
June 28.3 27.2 32.2 25.3 28.8 26.9 92 124.4 14 002 230 8
July 26.7 26.1 30.2 24.4 27.3 25.9 96 719.4 25 002 230 7
August 27.1 26.3 30.8 24.5 27.7 26.1 94 193.0 12 001 230 8
September 26.6 26.0 30.3 24.1 27.2 25.8 95 225.6 19 001 230 5
October 26.8 25.9 30.4 24.2 27.2 25.7 94 452.8 21 001 090 4
November 27.1 26.1 30.4 24.5 27.5 25.8 92 55.9 8 001 090 5
December 26.1 25.2 29.5 24.1 26.9 24.9 93 137.2 14 001 360 8
Source: PAGASA Dumangas Station, Cebu

TABLE NO. 3 2014 TROPICAL CYCLONES

Name of Disturbance Period of Occurence Name of Disturbance Period of Occurence


Tropical Depression Agaton January 17-20 Tropical Depression Karding September 6
Tropical Storm Basyang January 30 – February 1 Typhoon Luis September 12-15
Tropical Depression Caloy March 21-22 Tropical Storm Mario September 17-21
Tropical Storm Domeng April 6-10 Typhoon Neneng October 3-4
Tropical Storm Ester June 10-11 Typhoon Ompong October 7-11
Typhoon Florita July 6-8 Typhoon Paeng October 31- November 4
Tropical Storm Glenda July 13-17 Tropical Depression Queenie November 26-28
Typhoon Henry July 18-23 Typhoon Ruby December 3-10
Tropical Storm Inday July 29-31 Tropical Storm Seniang December 28 – January 1
Tropical Typhoon Jose August 2-7
Source: PAGASA Dumangas Station, Cebu

III. POPULATION

Table No. 4 Population and Density by District

District Population Density /Sq.Km. Average Annual Growth Rate


2000* 2007* 2010* 2000 2007 2010 1995-2000 2000-2007 2007-2010 2000-2010
Iloilo City 366,391 418,710 424,619 4,677 5,348 5,420 1.97 1.86 0.51 1.49
Arevalo 36,449 45,921 49,776 5,488 6,914 7,494 5.62 3.24 2.97 3.17
City Proper 51,663 54,539 55,135 11,748 12,402 12,537 -1.45 0.75 0.40 0.65
Jaro 97,179 111,976 113,039 3,196 3,683 3,718 2.18 1.97 0.34 1.52
La Paz 73,273 82,344 81,972 4,718 5,302 5,278 1.38 1.62 -0.16 1.13
Mandurriao 44,615 53,857 54,379 2,929 3,536 3,570 3.62 2.63 0.35 2.00
Molo 63,212 70,073 70,318 10,300 11,418 11,457 2.36 1.43 0.13 1.07

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* NSO Official Results as of May 1, 2000 Census of Population and Housing, August 1, 2007 Census of Population and May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

TABLE NO. 5 COMPARATIVE TABLES ON KEY POPULATION STATISTICS: 2007

Population
Key Province/Highly Area Total Density/ *2000 Number Of Average Annual Growth
Urbanized Cities (HUCS) (Sq. Kms.) Population* (Sq. Kms.) Households* Rate

Philippines 300,000.00 88,574,614 295 15,274,579 2.04


Region VI 20,157.70 6,843,643 339 1,211,762 1.35
Province Of Iloilo 4,663.00 1,691,878 363 298,593 1.13
Iloilo City 78.34 418,710 5,348 72,218 1.86
Bacolod City 162.70 499,497 3,070 87,441 2.12
Cebu City 315.00 798,809 2,536 147,600 1.46
Davao City 2,211.30 1,363,337 616 240,057 2.41
Makati City 18.30 510,383 27,588 98,225 1.91
Manila City 25.00 1,660,714 66,428 333,547 0.68
Quezon City 171.70 2,679,450 15,605 480.624 2.93
Source: NSO, Reg. VI, as of May 1, 2000 Census of Population and Housing and August 1, 2007 Census of Population

TABLE NO. 6 COMPARISON WITH OTHER HIGHLY URBANIZED CITIES (HUCS)

Key Province/Highly Area Total Population Number Of Average Annual Growth


Urbanized Cities (HUCS) (Sq. Kms.) Population* Density Households* Rate

Bacolod City 162.70 429,076 2,637 87,441 1.39


Cebu City 315.00 718,821 2,282 147,600 1.77
Davao City 2,211.30 1,147,116 519 240,057 2.83
Makati City 18.30 444,867 24,310 98,225 (1.80)
Manila City 25.00 1,581,082 63,243 333,547 (0.97)
Quezon City 171.70 2,173,831 12,661 480,624 1.92
Source: NSO, Region VI; SEP, PPDO, Iloilo Province & CPDO, Iloilo City
* as of May 1, 2000 Census of Population & Housing and August 1, 2007 Census of Population
** based on Approved CLUP of Iloilo City & 2001 SEP of Iloilo Province
Note: Data on the No. of Households based on August 1, 2007 Census of Population was not yet released.

TABLE NO. 7 TOTAL POPULATION AND ANNUAL POPULATION GROWTH RATES BY REGION, PROVINCE
AND HIGHLY URBANIZED CITY: POPULATION CENSUSES 1995, 2000, AND 2007

Region/ Province/ Highly Total Population Annual Population Growth Rate


Urbanized City 1-Aug-07 1-May-00 1-Sep-95 2000-2007 1995-2000 1995-2007
Reg. VI- Western Visayas 6,843,643 6,211,038 5,776,938 1.35 1.56 1.43
Aklan 495,122 451,314 410,539 1.29 2.05 1.58
Antique 515,265 472,822 431,713 1.19 1.97 1.49
Capiz 701,664 654,156 624,469 0.97 1.00 0.98
Guimaras 151,238 141,450 126,470 0.93 2.43 1.51
Iloilo 1,691,878 1,559,182 1,415,022 1.13 2.10 1.51
Iloilo City 418,710 366,391 334,539 1.86 1.97 1.90
Negros Occidental 2,370,269 2,136,647 2,031,841 1.44 1.08 1.30
Bacolod City 499,497 429,076 402,345 2.12 1.38 1.83
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, I.C. (as of 2 August 1, 2007 Census of Population)

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TABLE NO. 8 MOST POPULATED CITIES/ MUNICIPALITIES IN REGION 6 (AUG.1, 2007 CENSUS OF POPULATION)

GROWTH RATE
CITY/ MUNICIPALITY TOTAL POPULATION AUGUST 1, 2007
Bacolod City 499,497 2.12
Iloilo City 418,710 1.86
Kabankalan City 166,970 1.51
Cadiz City 150,750 0.83
Bago City 159,933 1.68
Sagay City 140,511 1.10
Roxas City 147,738 2.18
San Carlos City 129,809 1.29
Silay City 120,365 1.54
Himamaylan, Negros Occidental 102,014 1.95
Cauayan, Negros Occidental 93,569 0.75
Victorias City 88,149 1.05
Talisay City 96,444 2.76
Escalante, Negros Occidental 92,035 2.11
Hinigaran, Negros Occidental 80,528 0.99
Calatrava, Negros Occidental 78,452 0.69
Passi City 76,045 1.23
Oton, Iloilo 77,621 2.40
Kalibo (Capital, Aklan 69,700 1.53
Sipalay, Negros Occidental 67,211 1.10
Pototan, Iloilo 67,626 1.38
Lambunao, Iloilo 63,300 0.33
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, I.C. as of August 1, 2007 Census of Population

TABLE NO. 9 POPULATION OF ILOILO CITY

TOTAL POPULATION
NO. OF HOUSEHOLD
CITY/DISTRICT/ BARANGAY TOTAL POPULATION TOTAL POPULATION
AS OF MAY 1, 2010 (AS OF MAY 1, 2000 )
(AS OF MAY 1, 2000 ) (AS OF AUGUST 1, 2007)
ILOILO CITY 366,391 418,710 424,619 72,218
I. AREVALO 36,449 45,921 49,776 7,142
1. Bonifacio 1,777 1,835 1,903 358
2. Calaparan 7,127 7,512 7,986 1,417
3. Dulonan 4,120 4,516 4,673 818
4. Mohon 1,318 1,359 1,373 255
5. Quezon 2,024 2,046 2,149 388
6. San Jose 1,759 1,902 2,108 333
7. Sta. Cruz 2,585 3,005 3,050 501
8. Sta. Felomina 2,074 2,661 2,712 384
9. Sto. Domingo 1,775 2,004 1,980 348
10. Sto. Niño Norte 2,762 3,268 3,454 519
11. Sto. Niño Sur 5,361 6,937 7,248 1,057
12. Sooc 1,649 6,189 7,869 304
13. Yulo Drive 2,118 2,687 3,271 460
II. CITY PROPER 51,663 54,539 55,135 10,397
1. Arsenal-Aduana 251 341 300 48
2. Baybay-Tanza 2,309 2,347 2,357 418
3. Monica-Blumentritt 1,452 1,484 1,637 278
4. Bonifacio-Tanza 2,777 2,785 2,799 516
5. Concepcion-Montes 3,450 3,594 3,610 709

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6. Danao 456 441 450 82


7. Delgado-Jalandoni 276 274 275 60
Bagumbayan
8. Ed-Ganzon 508 764 462 104
9. Esperanza-Tanza 1,912 2,251 2,277 426
10. Flores 563 573 583 109
11. Gen.Hughes-Montes 1,880 1,970 2,019 395
12. Gloria 218 324 251 48
13. Hipodromo 931 834 771 192
14. Inday 375 365 414 73
15. Jalandoni-Wilson 909 843 898 197
16. Kahirupan 447 461 465 88
17. Kauswagan 466 538 470 93
18. Legaspi-De la Rama 923 986 1,067 195
19. Liberation 508 552 633 111
20. Mabolo-Delgado 945 913 950 194
21.Magsaysay 639 617 580 134
22. Malipayon-Delgado 599 457 493 109
23. Ma. Clara 466 445 467 94
24. Muelle Loney-Montes 1,185 1,206 1,210 229
25. Nonoy 476 699 530 101
26. Ortiz 1,399 1,430 1,440 332
27. Osmeña 114 131 132 29
28. Pres. Roxas 609 727 253 50
29. Rima-Rizal 600 663 855 123
30. Rizal-Estanzuela 3,024 3,330 3,319 600
31. Rizal Ibarra 777 858 728 169
32.Rizal-Pala-Pala 1,982 2,239 2,379 355
33. Rizal-Pala-Pala II 1,981 2,286 2,349 380
34. Roxas Village 35 108 93 9
35. Sampaguita 399 388 615 86
36. San Agustin 744 941 888 158
37. San Felix 1,279 1,203 1,230 249
38. San Jose 245 305 377 58
39. Sto. Rosario Duran 1,819 1,851 1,908 375
40. Timawa Tanza I 647 657 700 130
41. Timawa Tanza II 1,531 2,005 2,005 295
42. Veterans Village 5,023 5,014 5,459 1,051
43. Villa Anita 1,831 1,532 1,560 364
44. Yulo Arroyo 366 364 366 82
45. Zamora-Melliza 2,337 2,443 2,511 499
III. JARO 97,179 111,976 113,039 19,142
1. Arguelles 925 1,015 901 190
2. Balabago* 6,748 8,557 8,596 1,359
3. Balantang 3,002 3,051 3,136 580
4. Benedicto 2,990 3,215 2,827 613
5. Bito-on 3,744 5,851 5,679 713
6. Buhang** 3,194 3,269 2,744 506
7. Buntatala 1,814 3,122 3,676 364
8. Camalig 1,776 2,045 2,185 347
9. El 98 Castilla (Claudio 156 206 210 28
Lopez)
10. Cuartero 2,911 3,332 2,956 596
11. Cubay 2,804 5,738 6,715 555
12. Democracia 1,597 1,625 1,660 336
13. Desamparados 920 1,010 1,022 179
14. Dungon A 1,702 1,738 1,510 340
15. Dungon B 2,165 3,066 3,086 459
16. Fajardo 1,107 980 990 213

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17. M.V. Hechanova 3,967 4,142 4,181 756


18. Javellana 313 449 391 73
19. Calubihan 1, 275 1,301 1,353 257
20. Lanit 1,251 1,698 2,658 222
21. Libertad-Sta. Isabel 486 304 636 97
22. Lopez Jaena 629 702 740 140
23. Luna 309 308 420 63
24. M. H. Del Pilar 3,744 3,949 3,895 809
25. Ma. Cristina 1,226 1,113 1,005 206
26. Montinola 1,036 1,181 1,155 217
27. Our Lady Of Fatima 1,320 1,291 1,305 287
28. Our Lady Of Lourdes 2,468 2,780 2,180 539
29. Quintin Salas 4,281 4,849 4,296 812
30. Sambag 5,129 5,773 5,830 981
31. San Isidro 3,920 4,180 6,268 809
32. San Jose 518 245 375 109
33. San Pedro 2,586 1,985 1,100 492
34. San Roque 1,680 1,720 1,579 328
35. San Vicente 1,704 1.689 1,332 327
36. Semenario(Burgos 161 368 233 22
Jalandoni)
37. Simon Ledesma 2,103 2,166 2,120 433
38. Tabuc Suba 8,053 8,446 8,450 1,574
39. Tacas 4,806 5,157 5,204 932
40. Tagbac 3,326 4,264 4,450 659
41. Taytay Zone II 1,065 1,206 1,100 210
42. Ungka 2,268 2,882 2,890 410
IV. LA PAZ 73,273 82,344 81,972 14,411
1. Aguinaldo 1,152 1,187 1,229 231
2. Alalasan 1,938 1,931 2,001 360
3. Baldoza 5,510 6,450 6,214 1,093
4. Sinikway
3,551 4,293 3,886 690
(Bangkerohan Lapuz)
5. Bantud 516 518 524 113
6. Banuyao 913 1,055 1,230 178
7. Burgos-Mabini-Plaza 2,119 1,919 1,920 420
8. Caingin 3,327 3,723 3,848 630
9. Divinagracia 954 1,307 1,380 202
10. Don Esteban-Lapuz 2,622 2,658 2,899 463
11. Gustilo 2,891 2,963 2,670 550
12. Hinactacan 466 459 510 95
13. Ingore 2,388 2,944 3,256 467
14. Jalandoni-Estate Lapuz 2,108 2,160 2,170 359
15. Jereos 3,329 3,804 4,139 691
16. Laguda 243 184 145 57
17. Lapuz Norte 2,059 2,506 2,515 390
18. Lopez Jaena Norte 1,943 2,06 0 2,100 382
19. Lopez Jaena Sur 1,247 1,611 1,500 265
20. Luna 443 445 450 100
21. MacArthur 877 983 1,011 175
22. Magdalo 710 423 721 153
23. Magsaysay Village 1,424 1,803 1,630 301
24. Mansaya-Lapuz 2,963 3,619 3,620 624
28. Nabitasan 2,588 2,722 2,196 519
29. Obrero-Lapuz 6,532 6,722 6,592 1,220
30. Progreso-Lapuz 1,163 1,234 1,134 214
31. Punong-Lapuz 1,621 1,607 1,387 299
32. Railway 1,406 1,419 1,320 277
33. Rizal 2,003 2,011 1,519 423

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34. San Isidro 2,791 3,590 3,650 566


35. San Nicholas 1,215 1,441 1,465 266
36. Tabuc Suba 1,129 2,557 3,120 240
37. Ticud 2,134 2,465 2,562 472
V. MANDURRIAO 44,615 53,857 54,379 8,544
1. Airport 4,376 4,635 3,374 810
2. Bakhaw 5,317 5,684 5,829 1, 015
3. Bolilao 4,524 6,461 6,481 917
4. Buhang Taft North 1,698 2,713 2,723 342
5. Calahunan 1,861 2,953 3,356 337
6. Dungon 1,510 2,035 2,519 287
7. Guzman-Jesena 4,397 5,247 5,250 828
8. Hibao-an Sur (Tacas) 1,912 1,968 2,220 354
9. Navais 2,675 3,647 4,020 480
10. Oñate de Leon 3,203 4,020 4,106 638
11. PHHC Block 17 1,588 1,574 1,529 300
12. PHHC Block 22 NHA 1,402 849 1,407 283
13. Hibao-an Norte (San Isidro) 1,910 2,374 2,168 355
14. San Rafael 1,045 1,432 1,260 207
15. Sta. Rosa 798 935 775 157
16. Tabucan 2,539 2,576 2,352 485
17. Abeto Mirasol Taft South
2,320 2,277 409
(Quirino Abeto) 2,059
18. Pale Benedicto Rizal 1,801 2,434 2,733 340
VI. MOLO 63,212 70,073 70,318 12,582
1. North Avanceña 816 799 732 124
2. Calumpang 9,773 10,858 11,113 1,942
3. Cochero 904 1,094 1,088 169
4. Compania 3,132 3,690 3,717 607
5. East-Baluarte 1,608 1,682 1,745 334
6. East-Timawa 1,190 1,272 1,279 252
7. Habog-Habog Salvacion 1,891 2.135 2,117 376
8. West Habog- Habog 1,774 1,948 2,219 351
9. Infante 1,274 1,253 1,380 261
10. Kasing-Kasing 2,391 2,599 2,601 475
11. Katilingban 1,097 1,121 1,142 197
12. Molo Boulevard 6,002 6,893 7,600 1,132
13. North-Baluarte 2,366 3,934 4,136 498
14. North-Fundidor 3,327 2,711 2,042 653
15. North San Jose 1,320 1,359 1,503 260
16. Poblacion 887 800 820 187
17. San Antonio 2,066 2,043 2,080 412
18. San Juan 8,728 9,789 9,840 1,766
19. San Pedro 1,826 2,509 2,780 441
20. South-Baluarte (Baybay) 1,029 1,373 1,403 211
21. South Fundidor 3,228 3,566 3,190 605
22. South San Jose 2,142 2,443 2,301 414
23. Ta-al 1,660 1,455 940 354
24. Tap-oc 1,103 806 600 232
25. West Timawa 1,678 1,941 1,950 329
There was an overlapping of listing, figures already adjusted.
**Plus 571 which was from Brgy. Balabago but not yet added in the count in the
1st publication of Census 2000 Final Results.

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Figure 1. POPULATION OF ILOILO CITY


DURING CENSAL YEAR
1903-2010

Number of Households …… 90,681 (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population)

Projected

2011 92,766 2019 111,274


2012 94,900 2020 113,834
2013 97,083 2021 116,452
2014 99,316 2022 119,130
2015 101,600 2023 121,870
2016 103,937 2024 124,673
2017 106,327 2025 127,541
2018 108,773

Total Population of Iloilo City – 424,619 (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing)

Projected

2011 430,945 2016 464,022


2012 437,366 2017 470,936
2013 443,883 2018 477,953
2014 450,497 2019 485,074
2015 457,209 2020 492,302
** Total Population includes institutional population

The floating population of the City is estimated at more than 150,000 mostly students.

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TABLE NO. 10 TOTAL POPULATION PROJECTIONS BY DISTRICT AND BY BARANGAY

DISTRICT/BARANGAY 2000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

ILOILO CITY 366,391 424,619 430 ,945 437,366 443,883 450,497 457,209 464,022 470,936 477,953 485,074 492,302
36,449 49,776
I. AREVALO 50,518 51,270 52,034 52,809 53,596 54,395 55,205 56,028 56,863 57,710
1. Bonifacio 1,777 1,903 1,931 1,960 1,989 2,019 2,049 2,079 2,110 2142 2,174 2,206
2. Calaparan 7,127 7,986 8,105 8,225 8,348 8,472 8,599 8,787 8,857 8,989 9,123 9,259
3. Dulonan 4,120 4,673 4,742 4,813 4,885 4,957 5,031 5,106 5,182 5,260 5,338 5,417
4. Mohon 1,318 1,373 1,393 1,414 1,435 1,456 1,478 1,500 1,522 1,545 1,568 1,591
5. Quezon 2,024 2,149 2,181 2,213 2,246 2,280 2,314 2,348 2,383 2,419 2,455 2,491
6. San Jose 1,759 2,108 2,139 2,171 2,203 2,236 2,269 2,303 3,382 2,372 2,408 2,444
7. Sta. Cruz 2,585 3,050 3,095 3,141 3,188 3,235 3,284 3,333 3,007 3,433 3,484 3,536
8. Sta. Felomina 2,074 2,712 2,752 2,793 2,835 2,877 2,920 2,963 2,196 3,052 3,098 3,144
9. Sto. Domingo 1,775 1,980 2,009 2,039 2,069 2,100 2,132 2,163 2,196 2,228 2,262 2,295
10. Sto. Niño Norte 2,762 3,454 3,505 3,557 3,610 3,664 3,719 3,774 3,830 3,887 3,945 4,004
11. Sto. Niño Sur 5,361 7,248 7,356 7,465 7,576 7,689 7,804 7,920 8,036 8,158 8,280 8,403
12. Sooc 2,118 3,271 3,319 3,369 3,419 3,470 3,522 3,574 3,627 3,681 3,736 3,792
13. Yulo Drive 1,649 7,869 7,986 8,105 8,226 8,348 8,473 8,599 8,727 8,857 8,989 9,123
II. CITY PROPER 51663 55135 55,957 56,791 57,637 58,496 59,367 60,252 61,150 62,061 62,986 63,924
1. Arsenal Aduana 251 300 304 309 313 318 323 327 332 337 342 347
2. Tanza Baybay 2,309 2,357 2,392 2,427 2,464 2,500 2,538 2,575 2,614 2,653 2,692 2,732
3. Monica Blumentritt 1,452 1,637 1,661 1,686 1,711 1736 1,762 1,789 1,815 1,842 1,870 1,898
4. Bonifacio Tanza 2,777 2,799 2,840 2,883 2,926 2,969 3,013 3,058 3,104 3,150 3,197 3,245
5. Concepcion 3,450 3,610 3,663 3,718 3,773 3,830 3,887 3,945 4,003 4,063 4,124 4,185
6. Danao 456 450 456 463 470 477 484 491 499 506 514 521
7. Bagumbayan 276 275 279 283 287 291 296 300 305 309 314 318
8. Ed Ganzon 508 462 468 475 483 490 497 504 512 520 527 535
9. Tanza Esperanza 1,912 2,277 2,311 2,345 2,380 2,415 2,451 2,488 2,525 2,563 2,601 2,640
10. Flores 563 583 591 600 609 618 627 637 646 656 666 676
11. Gen. Hughes 1,880 2,019 2,049 2,079 2,110 2,142 2,174 2,206 2,239 2,272 2,306 2,340
12. Gloria 218 251 254 258 262 266 270 274 278 282 286 291
13. Hippodrimo 931 771 782 794 806 818 830 842 855 867 880 893
14. Inday 375 414 420 426 432 439 445 452 459 466 473 480
15. Jalandoni Wilson 909 898 911 925 938 952 967 981 996 1,010 1,025 1,041
16. Kahirupan 447 465 472 479 486 493 500 508 515 523 531 539
17. Kauswagan 466 470 477 484 491 498 506 513 521 529 537 545
18. Legaspi De La
923 1,067 1,082 1,099 1,115 1,132 1,148 1,166 1,183 1,201 1,219 1,237
Rama
19. Liberation 508 633 642 652 661 671 681 691 702 712 723 734
20. Mabolo Delgado 945 950 964 978 993 1,007 1,023 1,038 1,053 1,069 1,085 1,101
21. Magsaysay 639 580 588 597 606 615 624 633 643 652 662 672
22. Malipayon
599 493 500 507 515 523 530 538 546 555 563 571
Delgado
23. Maria Clara 466 467 474 481 488 495 502 510 518 525 533 541
24. Muelle Loney 1,185 1,210 1,228 1,246 1,264 1,283 1,302 1,322 1,342 1,362 1,382 1,402
25. Nonoy 476 530 537 546 554 562 570 579 587 596 605 614
26. Ortiz 1,399 1,440 1,461 1,483 1,505 1,527 1,550 1,573 1,597 1,620 1,645 1,669

DISTRICT/BARANGAY 2000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

27. Osmeña 114 132 134 136 138 140 142 144 146 148 150 152
28. Pres. Roxas 609 253 256 260 264 268 272 276 280 284 289 293
29. Rima Rizal 600 855 867 880 893 907 920 934 948 962 976 991
30. Rizal Estanuela 3,024 3,319 3,368 3,418 3,469 3,521 3,573 3,627 3,681 3,735 3,791 3,848
31. Rizal Ibarra 777 728 738 749 761 772 783 795 807 819 831 844
32. Rizal Pala-Pala I 1,982 2,379 2,414 2,450 2,487 2,524 2,561 2,599 2,638 2,677 2,717 2,758
33. Rizal Pala-Pala II 1,981 2,349 2,384 2,419 2,455 2,492 2,529 2,567 2,605 2,644 2,683 2,723
34. Roxas Village 35 93 94 95 97 98 100 101 103 104 106 107
35. Sampaguita 399 615 624 633 643 652 662 672 682 692 702 713
36. San Agustin 744 888 901 914 928 942 956 970 984 999 1,014 1,029
37. San Felix 1,279 1,230 1,248 1,267 1,285 1,305 1,324 1,344 1,364 1,384 1,405 1,426
38. San Jose 245 377 382 388 394 400 406 412 418 424 430 437

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39. Sto. Rosario


1,819 1,908 1,936 1,965 1,994 2,024 2,054 2,085 2116 2,147 2,179 2,212
Duran
40. Timawa Taza I 647 700 710 721 731 742 753 765 776 788 799 811
41. Tanza Timawa II 1,531 2,005 2,034 2,065 2,096 2,127 2,158 2,191 2,223 2,256 2,290 2,324
42. Veterans Village 5,023 5,459 5,540 5,622 5,706 5,791 5,878 5,965 6,054 6,144 6,236 6,329
43.Villa Anita 1,831 1,560 1,583 1,606 1,630 1,655 1,679 1,704 1,730 1,756 1,782 1,808
44. Yulo Arroyo 366 366 371 377 382 388 394 400 406 412 418 424
45. Zamora Malliza 2,337 2,511 2,548 2,586 2,625 2,664 2,703 2,744 2,784 2,826 2,868 2,911
III. JARO 97,179 113,039 114,723 116,432 118,167 119,928 121,715 123,528 125,369 127,237 129,133 131,057
1. Arguelles 925 901 914 928 941 956 970 984 999 1,014 1,029 1,044
2. Balabago 6,748 8,596 8,724 8,854 8,986 9,119 9,255 9,393 9,533 9,675 9,819 9,966
3. Balantang 3,002 3,136 3,182 3,230 3,278 3,327 3,376 3,427 3,478 3,529 3,582 3,635
4.Benedicto 2,990 2,827 2,869 2,911 2,955 2,999 3,044 3,089 3,135 3,182 3,229 3,277
5. Bitoon 3,744 5,679 5,763 5,849 5,936 6,025 6,114 6,206 6,298 6,392 6,487 6,584
6. Buhang 3,194 2,744 2,784 2,826 2,868 2,911 2,954 2,998 3,043 3,088 3,134 3,181
7. Buntatala 1,814 3,676 3,730 3,786 3,842 3,900 3,958 4,017 4,077 4,137 4,199 4,262
8. Camalig 1,776 2,185 2,217 2,250 2,284 2,318 2,352 2,387 2,423 2,459 2,496 2,533
9. El 98 156 210 213 216 219 222 226 229 233 236 239 243
10. Cuartero 2,911 2,956 3,000 3,044 3,090 3,136 3,182 3,230 3,278 3,327 3,376 3,427
11. Cubay 2,804 6,715 6,815 6,916 7,019 7,124 7,230 7,338 7,447 7,558 7,671 7,785
12. Democracia 1,597 1,660 1,684 1709 1,735 1,761 1,787 1,814 1,841 1,868 1,896 1,924
13. Desamparados 920 1,022 1,037 1,052 1,068 1,084 1,100 1116 1,133 1,150 1,167 1,185
14. Dungon A 1,702 1,510 1,532 1,555 1,578 1,602 1,625 1650 1,674 1,699 1,725 1,750
15. Dungon B 2,165 3,086 3,132 3,178 3,226 3,274 3,322 3372 3,422 3,473 3,525 3,578
16. Fajardo 1,107 990 1,004 1,019 1,035 1,050 1,066 1081 1,089 1,114 1,131 1,147
17. MV Hechanova 3,967 4,181 4,243 4,306 4,370 4,435 4,502 4569 4,637 4,706 4,776 4,847
18. Javellana 313 391 396 402 408 414 421 427 433 440 446 453
19. Calubihan 1, 275 1,353 1,373 1,393 1,414 1,435 1,456 1478 1,500 1,523 1,545 1,568
20. Lanit 1,251 2,658 2,697 2,737 2,778 2,820 2,862 2904 2,948 2,991 3,036 3,081
21. Libertad Sta.
486 636 645 655 664 674 684 695 705 715 726 737
Isabel
22. Lopez Jaena 629 740 751 762 773 785 796 808 820 833 845 858
23. Luna 309 420 426 432 439 445 452 459 465 472 479 487
24. M.H. Del Pilar 3,744 3,895 3,953 4,012 4071 4,132 4,194 4256 4,319 4,384 4,449 4,515
25. Ma. Cristina 1,226 1,005 1,020 1,035 1,050 1,066 1,082 1098 1,114 1,131 1,148 1,165
26. Montinola 1,036 1,155 1,172 1,189 1,207 1,225 1,243 1262 1,281 1,300 1,319 1,339
27. Our Lady of
1,320 1,305 1,324 1,344 1,364 1,384 1,405 1426 1,447 1,513
Fatima 1,469 1,490
28. Our Lady of
2,468 2,180 2,212 2,245 2,279 2,312 2,347 2382 2,417 2,453 2,490 2,527
Lourdes
29. Quintin Salas 4,281 4,296 4,360 4,425 4,491 4,557 4,625 4694 4,764 4,835 4,907 4,980
30. Sambag 5,129 5,830 5,916 6,005 6,094 6,185 6,277 6371 6,466 6,562 6,660 6,759
31. San Isidro 3,920 6,268 6,361 6,456 6,552 6,650 6,749 6849 6,951 7,055 7,160 7,267
32. San Jose 518 375 380 386 392 397 403 409 415 422 428 434
33. San Pedro 2,586 1,100 1,116 1,133 1,150 1,167 1,184 1202 1,220 1,238 1,256 1,275
34. San Roque 1,680 1,579 1,602 1,626 1,650 1,675 1,700 1725 1,751 1,777 1,803 1,830
35. San Vicente 1,704 1,332 1,351 1,372 1,392 1,413 1,434 1455 1,477 1,499 1,521 1,544
36. Burgos Jalandoni 161 233 236 340 243 247 250 254 258 262 266 270
37. Simon Ledesma 2,103 2,120 2,151 2,183 2,216 2,249 2,282 2316 2,351 2,386 2,421 2,458
38. Tabuc Suba 8,053 8,450 8,576 8,703 8,833 8,965 9,098 9234 9,371 9,511 9,653 9,797
39. Tacas 4,806 5,204 5,281 5,360 5,440 5,521 5,603 5687 5,771 5,857 5,945 6,033
40. Tagbak 3,326 4,450 4,516 4,583 4,651 4,721 4,791 4863 4,935 5,009 5,083 5,159
41.Taytay Zone II 1,065 1,100 1,116 1,133 1,150 1,167 1,184 1202 1,220 1,238 1,256 1,275
42. Ungka 2,268 2,890 2,933 2,976 3,021 3,066 3,111 3158 3,205 3,253 3,301 3,350
IV. LA PAZ 73,273 81,972 83,193 84,433 85,691 86,968 88,264 89579 90,914 92,268 93,642 95,038
1. Aguinaldo 1,152 1,229 1,247 1,265 1,284 1,304 1,323 1343 1,363 1,383 1,404 1,425
2. Alalasan 1,938 2,001 2,030 2,061 2,091 2,123 2,154 2186 2,219 2,252 2,285 2,320
3. Baldoza 5,510 6,214 6,306 6,400 6,496 6,592 6,691 6790 6,891 6,994 7,098 7,204
4. Sinikway 3,551 3,886 3,944 4,002 4,062 4,122 4,184 4246 4,309 4,374 4,439 4,505
5. Bantud 516 524 531 539 548 556 564 572 581 589 598 607
6. Banuyao 913 1,230 1,248 1,267 1,285 1,305 1,324 1344 1,364 1,384 1,405 1,426
7. Burgos-Mabini/
2,119 1,920 1,948 1,977 2,007 2,037 2,067 2098 2,129 2,161 2,193 2,226
Plaza
8. Caingin 3,327 3,848 3,905 3,963 4,022 4,082 4,143 4205 4,267 4,331 4,395 4,461
9. Divinigracia 954 1,380 1,400 1,421 1,442 1,464 1,486 1508 1,530 1,553 1,576 1,600
10. Don Esteban 2,622 2,899 2,942 2,986 3,030 3,075 3,121 3168 3,215 3,263 3,311 3,361
336111. Gustilo 2,891 2,670 2,709 2,750 2,791 2,832 2,875 2917 2,961 3,005 3,050 3,095

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12. Hinactacan 466 510 517 525 533 541 549 557 565 574 582 591
13. Ingore 2,388 3,256 3,304 3,353 3,403 3,454 3,506 3558 3,611 3,665 3,719 3,775
14. Jalandoni Estate 2,108 2,170 2,202 2,235 2,268 2,302 2,336 2371 2,406 2,442 2,479 2,515
15. Jereos 3,329 4,139 4,200 4,263 4,326 4,391 4,456 4523 4,590 4,658 4,728 4,798
16. Laguda 243 145 147 149 151 153 156 158 160 163 165 168
17. Lapuz Norte 2,059 2,515 2,552 2,590 2,629 2,668 2,708 2748 2,789 2,830 2,873 2,915
18. Lapuz Sur 2,010 1,806 1,833 1,860 1,888 1,916 1,944 1973 2,003 2,032 2,063 2,093
19. Libertad Lapuz 847 1,037 1,052 1,068 1,084 1,100 1,116 1133 1,150 1,167 1,184 1,202
20. Loboc 2,141 2,616 2655 2,964 2,734 2,775 2,816 2858 2,901 2,944 2,988 3,033
21. Lopez Jaena
1,943 2,100 2,131 2,163 2,195 2,228 2,261 2,294 2,329 2,363 2,399 2,434
Norte
22. Lopez Jaena Sur 1,247 1,500 1,522 1,545 1,568 1,591 1,615 1,639 1,663 1,688 1,713 1,739
23. Luna 443 450 456 463 470 477 484 491 499 506 514 521
24. Mac Arthur 877 1,011 1,026 1,041 1,056 1,072 1,088 1,104 1,121 1,138 11,55 1,172
25. Magdalo 710 721 731 742 753 1,764 776 788 799 811 823 836
26. Magsaysay
1,424 1,630 1,654 1,679 1,704 1,729 1,755 1,781 1807 1,834 1,862 1,889
Village
27. Mansaya 2,963 3,620 3,674 3,728 3,784 3,840 3,897 3,956 4014 4,074 4,135 4,197
28. Nabitasan 2,588 2,196 2,228 2,262 2,295 2,329 2,364 2,399 2435 2,471 2,508 2,546
29. Bo. Obrero 6,532 6,592 6,690 6,790 6,891 6,993 7,098 7,203 7311 7,420 7,530 7,642
30. Progreso, Lapuz 1,163 1,134 1,150 1,168 1,185 1,203 1,221 1,239 1257 1,276 1,295 1,314
31. Punong, Lapuz 1,621 1,387 1,407 1,428 1,450 1,471 1,493 1,515 1538 1,561 1,584 1,608
32. Railway 1,406 1,320 1,339 1,359 1,379 1,400 1,421 1,442 1,464 1,485 1,508 1,530
33. Rizal 2,003 1,519 1,541 1,564 1,588 1,611 1,635 1,660 1,684 1,709 1,735 1,761
34. San Isidro 2,791 3,650 3,704 3,759 3,815 3,872 3,930 3,988 4,048 4,108 4,169 4,231
35. San Nicolas 1,215 1,465 1,486 1,509 1,531 1,554 1,577 1,601 1,624 1,649 1,673 1,698
36. Tabuc Suba 1,129 3,120 3,166 3,213 3,261 3,310 3,359 3,409 3,460 3,511 3,564 3,617
37. Ticud 2,134 2,562 2,600 2,639 2,678 2,718 2,758 2,799 2,841 2,883 2,926 2,970
V. MANDURRIAO 44,615 54,379 55,189 56,001 56,846 57,693 58,552 59,425 60,310 61,209 62,121 63,047
1. Airport 4,376 3,374 3,424 3,475 3,527 3,579 3,633 3,687 3,742 3,797 3,854 3,911
2. Bakhaw 5,317 5,829 5,915 6,004 6,093 6,184 6,276 6,370 6,464 6,561 6,659 6,758
3. Bolilao 4,524 6,481 6,577 6,675 6,775 6,876 6,978 7,082 7,188 7,298 7,403 7,514
4. Buhang Taft North 1,698 2,723 2,763 2,804 2,846 2,889 2,932 2,975 3,020 3,065 3,110 3,157
5.Calajunan 1,861 3,356 3,,406 3,456 3,508 3,560 3,613 3,667 3,722 3,777 3,833 3,891
6.Dungon 1,510 2,519 2,556 2,594 2,633 2,672 2,712 2,752 2,793 2,835 2,877 2,920
7.Guzman Jesena 4,397 5,250 5,328 5,407 5,488 5,569 5,653 5,737 5,822 5,909 5,997 6,086
8. Hibao-an Sur
1,912 2,220 2,253 2,286 2,320 2,355 2,390 2,426 2,462 2,498 2,536 2,573
(Tacas)
9. Navais 2,675 4,020 4,079 4,140 4,202 4,265 4,328 4,393 4,458 4,525 4,592 4,660
10 Oñate De Leon 3,203 4,106 4,167 4,229 4,292 4,356 4,421 4,487 4,553 4,621 4,690 4,760
11. PHHC Block 17 1,588 1,529 1,551 1,575 1,598 1,622 1,646 1,670 1,695 1,721 1,746 1,772
12. PHHC Block 22
1,402 1,407 1,428 1,449 1,470 1,492 1,515 1,537 1,560 1,583 1,607 1,631
NHA
13. Hibao-an Norte
1,910 2,168 2,200 2,233 2,266 2,300 2,334 2,369 2,404 2,440 2,476 2,513
(San Isidro)
14. San Rafael 1,045 1,260 1,278 1,297 1,317 1,336 1,356 1,377 1,397 1,418 1,439 1,460
15. Sta. Rosa 798 775 786 798 810 822 834 847 859 872 885 898
16. Tabucan 2,539 2,352 2,387 2,422 2,458 2,495 2,532 2,570 2,608 2,647 2,686 2,727
17. Abeto Mirasol Taft
2,059 2,277 2,311 2,345 2,380 2,415 2,451 2,488 2,525 2,563 2,601 2,640
South (Quirino Abeto)
18.Pale Benedicto
1,801 2,733 2,773 2,815 2,857 2,899 2,942 2,986 3,031 3,076 3,122 3,168
Rizal
VI. MOLO 63,212 70,318 71,365 72,429 73,508 74,603 75,715 76,843 77,988 79,150 80,329 81,526
1. North Avanceña 816 732 743 754 765 776 788 800 811 823 836 848
2. Calumpang 9,773 11,113 11,278 11,446 11,617 11,790 11,966 1,2144 12,325 12,508 12,695 12,884
3. Bo. Cochero 904 1,088 1,104 1,120 1,137 1,154 1,171 1,189 1,206 1224 1,243 1,261
4. Compania 3,132 3,717 3,772 3,828 3,885 3,943 4,002 4,062 4,122 4,183 4,246 4,309
5. East 1682Baluarte 1,608 1,745 1,771 1,797 1,824 1,851 1,879 1,907 1,935 1,964 1,993 2,023
6. East 1272 Timawa 1,190 1,279 1,298 1,317 1,337 1,357 1,377 1,397 1,418 1,439 1,461 1,482
7. Habog-habog
1,891 2,117 2,148 2,180 2,213 2,246 2,279 2,313 2,348 2,383 2,418 2,454
Salvacion
8. West Habog-habog 1,774 2,219 2,252 2,285 2,319 2,354 2,389 2,425 2,461 2,497 2,535 2,572
9. Infante 1,274 1,380 1,400 1,421 1,442 1,464 1,486 1,508 1,530 1,553 1,576 1,600
10. Kasingkasing 2,391 2,601 2,639 2,679 2,719 2,759 2,800 2,842 2,884 2,927 2,971 3,015
11. Katilingban 1,097 1,142 1,159 1,176 1,193 1,211 1,229 1,248 1,266 1,285 1,304 1,324

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12. Molo Boulevard 6,002 7,600 7,713 7,828 7,944 8,063 8,183 8,305 8,429 8,,554 8,682 8,811
13. North Baluarte 2,366 4,136 4,197 4,260 4,323 4,388 4,453 4,519 4,587 4655 4,724 4,795
14. North Fundidor 3,327 2,042 2,072 2,103 2,134 2,166 2,198 2,231 2,264 2,298 2,332 2,367
15. North San Jose 1,320 1,503 1,525 1,548 1,571 1,594 1,618 1,642 1,667 1,691 1,717 1,742
16. Poblacion 887 820 832 844 857 870 883 896 909 923 936 950
17. San Antonio 2,066 2,080 2,111 2,142 2,174 2,206 2,239 2,273 2,306 2,341 2,376 2,411
18. San Juan 8,728 9,840 9,986 10,135 10,286 10,439 10,595 10,753 10,913 11,076 11,241 11,408
19. San Pedro 1,826 2,780 2,821 2,863 2,906 2,949 2,993 3,038 3,038 3,083 3,129 3,175
20. South Baluarte 1,029 1,403 1,424 1,445 1,466 1,488 1,510 1,533 1,556 1,579 1,602 1,626
21. South Fundidor 3,228 3,190 3,237 3,285 3,334 3,384 3,434 3,486 3,538 3,890 3,644 3,698
22. South San Jose 2,142 2,301 2,335 2,370 2,405 2,441 2,477 2,514 2,552 2,590 2,628 2,667
23. Taal 1,660 940 954 968 982 997 1,012 1027 1,042 1,058 1,073 1,089
24. Tap-oc 1,103 600 609 618 627 636 646 655 665 675 685 695
25. West Timawa 1,678 1,950 1,979 2,008 2,038 2,068 2099 2131 2,162 2,195 2,227 2,260
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of August1, 2007 Census of Population and as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing)

TABLE NO. 11 HOUSEHOLD PROJECTION BY DISTRICT, AND BY BARANGAY, ILOILO CITY

District/Barangay 2000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

ILOILO CITY 72,218 90,681 92,766 94,900 97,083 99,316 101,600 103,937 106,327 108,773 111,274 113,834

I. AREVALO 7,142 10,385 10,623 10,868 11,118 11,373 11,635 11903 12,176 12,457 12,743 13,036
1. Bonifacio 358 395 404 413 422 432 442 452 463 473 484 495
2. Calaparan 1,417 1,616 1,653 1,691 1,730 1,769 1.810 1,852 1,894 1,938 1,983 2,028
3. Dulonan 818 999 1,022 1,045 1,069 1,094 1.119 1,145 1,171 1,198 1,225 1,253
4. Mohon 255 269 275 281 288 294 301 308 315 322 330 337
5. Quezon 388 429 438 449 459 469 480 491 503 514 526 538
6. San Jose 333 422 431 441 451 462 472 483 494 506 517 529
7. Sta. Cruz 501 638 652 667 683 698 714 731 748 765 782 800
8. Sta. Felomina 384 567 580 593 607 621 635 649 664 680 695 711
9. Sto. Domingo 348 416 425 435 445 455 466 476 487 499 510 522
10. Sto. Niño Norte 519 772 789 808 826 845 865 884 905 926 947 969
11. Sto. Niño Sur 1,057 1,519 1,554 1,589 1,626 1,663 1,702 1,741 1,781 1,822 1,864 1,906
12. Sooc 304 1,620 1,657 1,695 1,734 1,774 1,815 1,856 1,899 1,943 1,988 2,033
13. Yulo Drive 460 723 739 756 774 791 810 828 847 867 887 907
II. CITY PROPER 10,397 11,843 12,115 12,394 12,679 12,970 13,269 13,574 13,886 14,205 14,532 14,866
1. Arsenal Aduana 48 72 73 75 77 79 81 83 84 86 88 90
2. Tanza Baybay 418 484 495 506 518 530 542 554 567 580 593 607
3. Monica Blumentritt 278 316 323 330 338 346 354 362 370 379 387 396
4. Bonifacio Tanza 516 534 546 558 571 584 598 612 626 640 655 670
5. Concepcion 709 788 806 824 843 863 882 903 924 945 967 989
6. Danao 82 81 82 84 86 88 90 92 95 97 99 101
7. Bagumbayan 60 65 66 68 69 71 72 74 76 78 80 82
8. Ed Ganzon 104 105 107 109 112 115 117 120 123 126 129 132
9. Flores 109 154 157 161 164 168 172 176 180 184 189 193
10. Gen. Hughes 395 432 442 452 462 473 484 495 506 518 530 542
11. Gloria 48 50 51 52 53 54 56 57 58 60 61 62
12. Hippodrimo 192 178 182 186 190 194 199 204 208 213 218 223
13. Inday 73 101 103 105 108 110 113 115 118 121 124 126
14. Jalandoni Wilson 197 214 218 223 229 234 239 245 251 256 262 268
15. Kahirupan 88 104 106 108 111 114 116 119 122 124 127 130
16. Kauswagan 93 96 98 100 102 105 107 110 112 115 117 120
17. Legaspi De La Rama
195 242 247 253 259 265 271 277 283 290 297 303
Rama
18. Liberation 111 134 137 140 143 146 150 153 157 160 164 168
19. Mabolo Delgado 194 220 225 230 235 240 246 252 258 264 270 276
20. Magsaysay 134 162 165 169 173 177 181 185 189 194 198 203
21. Malipayon
109 91 93 95 97 99 101 104 106 109 111 114
Delgado
22. Maria Clara 94 80 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95 98 100
23. Muelle Loney 229 271 277 283 290 296 303 310 317 325 332 340

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24. Nonoy 101 123 125 128 131 134 137 140 144 147 150 154
25. Ortiz 332 344 351 360 368 376 385 394 403 412 422 431
26. Osmeña 29 35 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
27. Pres. Roxas 50 76 77 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95
28. Rima Rizal 123 216 220 226 231 236 242 247 253 259 265 271
29. Rizal Estanuela 600 719 735 752 769 787 805 824 843 862 882 902
30. Rizal Ibarra 169 148 151 154 158 162 165 169 173 177 181 185
31. Rizal Pala-Pala I 355 477 488 499 510 522 534 546 559 572 585 598
32. Rizal Pala-Pala II 380 466 476 487 498 510 522 534 546 558 571 584
33. Roxas Village 9 32 32 33 34 35 35 36 37 38 39 40
34. Sampaguita 86 127 130 133 135 138 142 145 148 152 155 159
35. San Agustin 158 194 198 203 207 212 217 222 227 232 238 243
36. San Felix ‘249 245 250 256 262 268 274 280 287 293 300 307
37. San Jose 58 119 121 124 127 130 133 136 139 142 145 148
38. Sto. Rosario Duran 375 395 404 413 422 432 442 452 463 473 484 495
39. Tanza Esperanza 426 493 504 515 527 539 552 565 578 591 604 618
40. Timawa Taza I 130 152 155 159 162 166 170 174 178 182 186 190
41. Tanza Timawa II 295 414 423 433 443 453 463 474 485 496 508 519
42. Veterans Village 1,051 1,140 1,166 1,193 1,220 1,248 1,277 1,306 1,336 1,367 1,398 1,431
43.Villa Anita 64 334 341 349 357 365 374 382 391 400 409 419
44. Yulo Arroyo 82 100 102 104 107 109 112 114 117 119 122 125
45. Zamora Malliza 499 520 531 544 556 569 582 596 609 623 638 652
III. JARO 19,142 24,346 24,905 25,478 26,064 26,664 27,277 27,904 28,546 29,203 29,875 30,562
1. Arguelles 190 185 189 193 198 202 207 212 217 222 227 232
2. Balabago 1,359 1,888 1,931 1,975 2,021 2,067 2,115 2,164 2,213 2,264 2,316 2,370
3. Balantang 580 693 709 725 742 759 776 794 812 831 850 870
4.Benedicto 613 590 603 617 631 646 66 676 691 707 724 740
5. Bitoon 713 1,172 1,199 1,226 1,254 1,283 1,313 1,343 1,374 1,405 1,438 1,471
6. Buhang 506 611 625 639 654 669 684 700 716 733 749 767
7. Buntatala 364 828 847 866 886 906 927 949 970 993 1,016 1,039
8.Burgos 22 51 52 53 54 55 57 58 59 61 62 64
9. Calubihan 257 303 310 317 324 331 339 347 355 363 371 380
10.Camalig 347 482 493 504 516 527 540 552 565 578 591 605
11.Caludio 28 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 61 62 63 65
12. Cuartero 596 605 619 633 647 662 677 693 709 725 742 759
13. Cubay 555 1,475 1,509 1,543 1,579 1,615 1,652 1,690 1,729 1,769 1,810 1,851
14. Democracia 336 396 405 414 424 433 443 453 464 475 486 497
15. Desamparados 179 209 213 218 223 229 234 239 245 250 256 262
16. Dungon A 340 329 336 344 352 360 368 377 385 394 403 413
17. Dungon B 459 665 680 696 712 728 745 762 779 797 816 834
18. Fajardo 213 219 224 229 234 239 245 251 256 262 268 275
19. Javellana 73 91 93 95 97 99 102 104 106 109 111 114
20. Lanit 222 560 572 586 599 613 627 641 656 671 687 703
21. Libertad Sta. Isabel 97 118 120 123 126 129 132 135 138 141 144 148
22. Lopez Jaena 140 183 187 191 196 200 205 209 214 219 224 229
23. Luna 63 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 103 105 108
24. M.H. Del Pilar 809 808 826 845 865 885 905 926 947 969 991 1,014
25. MV Hechanova 756 982 1,004 1,027 1,051 1,075 1,100 1,125 1,151 1,178 1,205 1,232
26. Ma. Cristina 206 211 215 220 225 231 236 241 247 253 259 264
27. Montinola 217 254 259 265 272 278 284 291 297 304 311 318
28. Our Lady of Fatima 287 287 293 300 307 314 321 328 336 344 352 360
29. Our Lady of
Lourdes 539 486 497 508 520 532 544 557 569 583 596 610
30. Quintin Salas 812 915 936 957 979 1,002 1,025 1,048 1,072 1,097 1,112 1,148
31. Sambag 981 1,224 1,252 1,281 1,310 1,340 1,371 1,403 1,435 1,468 1,502 1,536
32. San Isidro 809 1,405 1,437 1,470 1,504 1,538 1,574 1,610 1,647 1,685 1,724 1,763
33. San Jose 109 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 103 105 108 110
34. San Pedro 492 278 284 290 297 304 311 318 325 333 341 349
35. San Roque 328 344 352 360 368 376 385 394 403 412 422 431
36. San Vicente 327 327 334 342 350 358 366 374 383 392 401 410
37. Simon Ledesma 433 442 452 462 473 484 495 506 518 530 542 554
38. Tabuc Suba 1,574 1,756 1,796 1,837 1,880 1,923 1,967 2,012 2,059 2,106 2,154 2,204
39. Tacas 932 1,130 1,156 1,182 1,209 1,237 1,266 1,295 1,325 1,355 1,386 1,418
40. Tagbak 659 913 934 955 977 1,000 1,023 1,046 1,070 1,095 1,120 1,146
41.Taytay Zone II 210 215 220 225 230 235 240 246 252 257 263 269
42. Ungka 410 490 501 512 524 536 549 561 574 587 601 615

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IV. LA PAZ 14,411 17,584 17,988 18,402 18,825 19,258 19,701 20,154 20,618 21,092 21,577 22,073
1. Aguinaldo 231 270 276 282 289 295 302 309 316 323 331 339
2. Alalasan 360 417 426 436 446 456 467 478 489 500 511 523
3. Baldoza 1,093 1,310 1,340 1,371 1,402 1,434 1,467 1,501 1,536 1,571 1,607 1,644
4. Bantud 113 128 131 134 137 140 143 146 150 153 157 160
5. Banuyao 178 250 255 261 267 273 280 286 293 299 306 313
6. Burgos-Mabini/Plaza 420 417 426 436 446 456 467 477 488 500 511 523
7. Caingin 630 812 830 849 869 889 909 930 952 974 996 1,019
8. Divinigracia 202 308 315 322 329 337 345 353 361 369 378 386
9. Don Esteban 463 591 604 618 632 647 662 677 692 709 725 741
10. Gustilo 550 569 582 595 609 623 637 652 667 682 698 714
11. Hinactacan 95 110 112 115 117 120 123 126 129 132 135 138
12. Ingore 467 701 717 733 750 767 785 803 822 840 860 880
13.Jalandoni Estate 359 473 483 495 506 518 530 542 554 567 580 593
14. Jereos 691 868 888 908 929 950 972 994 1,017 1,041 1,065 1,089
15. Laguda 57 33 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
16. Lapuz Norte 390 562 575 588 601 615 629 644 659 674 689 705
17. Lapuz Sur 366 371 379 388 397 406 415 425 435 445 455 465
18. Libertad Lapuz 154 226 231 236 242 247 253 259 265 271 277 283
19. Loboc 406 533 545 557 570 583 597 611 625 639 654 669
20. Lopez Jaena
Norte 382 426 435 445 456 466 477 488 499 511 522 534
21. Lopez Jaena Sur 265 348 356 364 372 381 390 398 408 417 427 436
22. Luna 100 90 92 94 96 98 100 103 105 108 110 113
23. Mac Arthur 175 229 234 239 245 250 256 262 268 274 281 287
24. Magdalo 153 158 161 165 169 173 177 181 185 189 193 198
25. Magsaysay Village 301 364 372 381 389 398 407 417 426 436 446 457
26. Mansaya 624 822 841 860 880 900 921 942 963 986 1,008 1,031
27. Nabitasan 519 449 459 469 480 491 503 514 526 538 551 563
28. Bo. Obrero 1,220 1,477 1,511 1,545 1,581 1,617 1,654 1,693 1,731 1,771 1,812 1,854
29. Progreso, Lapuz 214 243 248 254 260 266 272 278 285 291 298 305
30. Punong, Lapuz 299 326 33 341 349 357 365 373 382 391 400 409
31. Railway 277 278 284 291 297 304 311 318 326 333 341 349
32. Rizal 423 355 363 371 380 388 397 406 416 425 435 445
33. San Isidro 566 755 772 790 808 826 846 865 885 905 926 947
34. San Nicolas 266 322 329 337 344 352 360 369 377 386 395 404
35.Sinikway 690 835 854 873 394 914 935 957 979 1,001 1,024 1,048
36. Tabuc Suba 240 639 653 668 684 699 716 732 749 766 784 802
37. Ticud 472 519 531 543 555 568 581 594 608 622 636 651
V. MANDURRIAO 8,554 11,658 11,926 12,200 12,481 12,768 13,061 13,362 13,669 13,984 14,305 14,634
1. Airport 810 687 702 719 735 752 769 787 805 824 843 862
2. Bakhaw 1,015 1,195 1,222 1,250 1,279 1,308 1,338 1,369 1,401 1,433 1,466 1,500
3. Benedicto Pali 340 567 580 593 607 621 635 649 664 680 695 711
4. Bolilao 917 1565 1601 1637 1675 1714 1753 1793 1835 1877 1920 1964
5. Buhang Taft North 342 646 660 676 691 707 723 740 757 774 792 811
6.Calajunan 337 713 729 746 763 780 798 817 836 855 875 895
7.Dungon 287 523 535 547 560 572 586 599 613 627 641 656
8.Guzman Jesena 828 1,117 1,142 1,169 1,195 1,223 1,251 1,280 1,309 1,339 1,370 1,402
9. Hibao-an Norte 355 467 477 488 500 511 523 535 547 560 573 586
10. Hibao-an Sur 354 498 509 521 533 545 558 570 583 597 611 625
11. Navais 480 807 825 844 864 883 904 925 946 968 990 1,013
12. Oñate De Leon 638 8 850 869 889 910 931 952 974 996 1,019 1,043 1,067
13.. PHHC Block 17 300 327 334 342 350 358 366 374 383 392 401 410
14. PHHC Block 22 283 308 315 322 329 337 345 353 361 369 380 386
15. Abeto Mirasol 409 451 461 472 482 494 505 517 528 541 553 566
16. San Rafael 207 272 278 284 291 298 304 311 319 326 333 340
17. Sta. Rosa 157 163 166 170 174 178 182 186 191 195 200 204
18. Tabucan 485 502 513 525 537 549 562 575 588 602 616 630
VI. MOLO 12,582 14,865 15,206 15,556 15,914 16,280 16,655 17,038 17,429 17,830 18,240 18,660
1. North Avanceña 124 122 124 127 130 133 136 139 143 146 149 153
2. Calumpang 1942 2358 2412 2467 2524 2582 2642 2702 2764 2828 2893 2960
4. 3. Cochero 169 223 228 233 238 244 249 255 261 267 273 280
4. Compania 607 763 780 798 816 835 854 874 894 915 936 957
5. East Baluarte 334 347 355 363 371 380 388 397 406 416 425 435
6. East Timawa 252 271 277 283 290 296 303 310 317 325 332 340

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7. Habog-habog
376 464 474 485 496 508 519 531 544 556 569 582
Salvacion
8. Infante 261 299 305 313 320 327 335 342 350 358 367 375
9. Kasingkasing 475 548 560 573 586 600 614 628 642 657 672 688
10. Katilingban 197 202 206 211 216 221 226 231 236 242 247 253
11. Molo Boulevard 1132 1600 1636 1674 1713 1752 1792 1833 1876 1919 1963 2008
12. North Baluarte 498 883 903 924 945 967 989 1012 1035 1059 1083 1108
13. North Fundidor 653 414 423 433 443 453 463 474 485 496 508 519
14. North San Jose 260 298 304 311 319 326 333 341 349 357 365 374
15. Poblacion 187 171 175 179 183 187 191 196 200 205 209 214
16. San Antonio 412 434 444 454 464 475 486 497 508 520 532 544
17. San Juan 1766 2206 2256 2308 2361 2416 2471 2528 2586 2646 2707 2769
18. San Pedro 441 615 629 643 658 673 689 705 721 737 754 772
19. South Baluarte 211 298 304 311 319 326 333 341 349 357 365 374
20. South Fundidor 605 688 683 699 715 731 748 765 783 801 819 838
21. South San Jose 414 462 472 483 494 506 517 529 541 554 567 580
22. Taal 354 208 212 217 222 227 233 238 243 249 255 261
23. Tap-oc 232 124 126 129 132 135 138 142 145 148 152 155
24. West Habog-Habog 351 469 479 490 502 513 525 537 550 562 575 588
25. West Timawa 329 418 427 437 447 457 468 479 490 501 513 524

TABLE NO. 12 POPULATION AND ANNUAL POPULATION GROWTH RATE (PGR) OF WESTERN VISAYAS
BY PROVINCE BASED ON 1990, 2000, AND 2010 CENSUSES

POPULATION (IN THOUSANDS) PGR (IN PERCENT)


PROVINCE
1990 2000 2010 1990-2000 2000-2010
Aklan 380 451 536 1.72 1.73
Antique 406 473 546 1.53 1.45
Capiz 584 654 720 1.14 0.96
Guimaras 118 141 163 1.83 1.42
Iloilo (excluding Iloilo City) 1,338 1,559 1,806 1.54 1.48
Iloilo City 310 366 425 1.70 1.49
Negros Occidental (excluding Bacolod City) 1,893 2,137 2,396 1.22 1.15
Bacolod City 364 429 512 1.65 1.78
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

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Figure 2
Top Ten Populous Barangays
Iloilo City, 2010

Obrero-Lapuz 6,592

Cubay 6,715

Santo Niño Sur 7,248

Molo Boulevard 7,600

So-oc 7,869

Calaparan 7,986
Tabuc Suba (Jaro)
8,450

Balabag o 8,596

San Juan 9,840

Calumpang 11,113

TABLE NO. 13 TOP 10 MOST POPULATED CITIES/MUNICIPALITIES IN WESTERN VISAYAS: 2010

CITY / MUNICIPALITY POPULATION (IN THOUSANDS)

1. BACOLOD CITY (Capital) 512


2. ILOILO CITY (Capital) 425
3. CITY OF KABANKALAN 168
4. BAGO CITY 163
5. ROXAS CITY (CAPITAL) 156
6. CADIZ CITY 152
7. SAGAY CITY 141
8. SAN CARLOS CITY 130
9. SILAY CITY 121
10. CITY OF HIMAMAYLAN 103
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

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TABLE NO. 14 TOP 10 DENSEST CITIES/MUNICIPALITIES IN WESTERN VISAYAS: 2010

CITY / MUNICIPALITY POPULATION DENSITY (PER SQ. KM)

1. ILOILO CITY (Capital) 5,423


2. BACOLOD CITY (Capital) 3,146
3. ROXAS CITY, CAPIZ (Capital) 1,642
4. PAVIA, ILOILO 1,603
5. KALIBO, AKLAN (Capital) 1,469
6. ESTANCIA, ILOILO 1,451
7. SAN JOSE, ANTIQUE (Capital) 1,190
8. PULUPANDAN, NEGROS OCC. 1,102
9. NUMANCIA, AKLAN 1,037
10. OTON, ILOILO 956
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

HOUSEHOLD SIZE

As of May 1, 2000 ……………… 5.0


2010 ……………… 4.7

Projected

2011 4.67 2016 4.53


2012 4.64 2017 4.50
2013 4.61 2018 4.47
2014 4.58 2019 4.44
2015 4.56 2020 4.42

TABLE NO. 15 HOUSEHOLD POPULATIONS BY SINGLE-YEAR AGE CLASSIFICATION AND SEX: 2010

SINGLE-YEAR AGE CLASSIFICATION BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE

Iloilo City
All Ages 421,976 205,947 216,029
Under 1 7,807 4,067 3,740
1 8,109 4,184 3,925
2 7,944 4,110 3,834
3 7,772 4,054 3,718
4 7,688 4,025 3,663
5 7,682 3,959 3,723
6 7,821 4,090 3,731
7 7,842 4,032 3,810
8 7,511 3,833 3,678
9 8,189 4,228 3,961
10 8,027 4,222 3,805
11 7,342 3,806 3,536
12 7,962 4,164 3,798
13 7,706 3,914 3,792
14 7,772 3,925 3,847

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15 7,881 3,990 3,891


16 7,848 3,810 4,038
17 8,461 4,006 4,455
18 9,006 4,209 4,797
19 9,343 4,380 4,963
20 8,986 4,312 4,674
21 8,674 4,172 4,502
22 8,488 4,181 4,307
23 8,353 4,098 4,225
24 7,985 3,884 4,101
25 7,803 3,792 4,011
26 7,532 3,648 3,884
27 7,483 3,768 3,715
28 7,350 3,737 3,613
29 7,281 3,605 3,676
30 7,367 3,704 3,663
31 6,605 3,319 3,286
32 6,583 3,251 3,332
33 6,227 3,116 3,111
34 6,100 3,014 3,086
35 5,700 2,914 2,786
36 5,240 2,619 2,621
37 5,448 2,727 2,721
38 5,278 2,692 2,586
39 5,512 2,761 2,751
40 6,037 2948 3,089
41 4,993 2,438 2,555
42 5,141 2,537 2,604
43 4,912 2,401 2,511
44 4,884 2,329 2,555
45 5,371 2,672 2,699
46 4,751 2,314 2,437
47 4,665 2,218 2,447
48 4,352 2,024 2,328
49 4,515 2,204 2,311
50 4,868 2,344 2,524
51 4,007 1,899 2,108
52 4,049 1,896 2,153
53 3,892 1,858 2,034
54 3,795 1,802 1,993
55 3,926 1,897 2,029
56 3,537 1,645 1,892
57 3,269 1,539 1,730
58 2,934 1,309 1,625
59 2,965 1,354 1,611
60 3,099 1,397 1,702
61 2,581 1,163 1,418
62 2,348 1,095 1,253
63 2,328 1,005 1,323
64 2,000 869 1,131
65 1,751 765 986
66 1,351 529 822
67 1,635 709 926
68 1,628 669 959
69 1,450 555 895
70 1,482 543 939
71 1,198 479 719
72 1,316 542 774
73 1,176 441 735

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74 1,187 434 753


75 1,056 356 700
76 952 324 628
77 865 296 569
78 732 273 459
79 690 218 472
80 701 222 479
81 566 192 374
82 516 156 360
83 432 128 304
84 387 122 265
85 388 90 298
86 304 92 212
87 268 82 186
88 214 59 155
89 193 53 140
90 144 32 112
91 92 21 71
92 85 19 66
93 59 18 41
94 55 13 42
95 53 16 37
96 46 12 34
97 19 3 16
98 15 - 15
99 19 2 17
100 5 1 4
101 and Over 19 2 17

0-17 141,364 72,419 68,945


18 and Over 280,612 133,528 147,084
Source: NSO, Ger. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing)

TABLE NO. 16 HOUSEHOLD POPULATION 5 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY HIGHEST GRADE/YEAR COMPLETED,
AGE GROUP AND SEX, ILOILO CITY: 2010

BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE


ILOILO CITY 382,656 185,507 197,149
No Grade Completed 4,944 2,588 2,356
Pre-School 13,029 6,908 6,121
Elementary 84,253 43,684 40,569
1st-4th Grade 43,203 22,887 20,316
5th-6th grade 19,281 10,101 9,180
Graduate 21,769 10,696 11,073
High School 119,637 57,587 62,050
Undergraduate 52,206 27,142 25,064
Graduate 67,431 30,445 36,986
Post-Secondary 26,631 12,853 13,508
Undergraduate 2,354 1,198 1,156
Graduate 24,007 11,655 12,352
College Undergraduate 48,601 22,980 25,621
Academic Degree Holder 79,460 36,064 43,396
Post Baccalaureate 2,233 931 1,302
Not Stated 4,138 1,912 2,226
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing)

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Table No. 17 Household Population by Age Group and Sex, Iloilo City: 2010

Age Group and City/Municipality Both Sexes Male Female


All Ages 421,976 205,947 216,029
Under 1 7,807 4,067 3, 740
1-4 31,513 16,373 15,140
5-9 39,045 20,142 18,903
10-14 38,809 20,031 18,778
15-19 42,539 20,395 22,144
20-24 42,486 20,647 21,839
25-29 37,449 18,550 18,899
30-34 32,882 16,404 16,478
35-39 27,178 13,713 13,465
40-44 25,967 12,653 13,314
45-49 23,654 11,432 12,222
50-54 20,611 9,799 10,812
55-59 16,631 7,744 8,881
60-64 12,356 5,529 6,827
65-69 7,815 3,227 4,588
70-74 6,359 2,439 3,920
75-79 4,296 1,467 2,828
80 years old and over 4,580 1,335 3,245
0-17 141,364 72,419 68,945
18 years old and over 280,612 133,528 147,084
Source: NSO, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

TABLE NO. 18 OVERSEAS WORKERS 10 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY HIGHEST GRADE/YEAR COMPLETED,
AGE GROUP AND SEX, ILOILO CITY: 2010

BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE


ILOILO CITY 11,746 7,844 3,902
No Grade Completed 7 4 3
Pre-School - - -
Elementary 192 113 79
1st-4th Grade 67 39 28
5th-6th grade 53 33 20
Graduate 72 41 31
High School 1,031 360 671
Undergraduate 237 95 142
Graduate 794 265 529
Post-Secondary 1,423 903 520
Undergraduate 76 42 34
Graduate 1,347 861 486
College Undergraduate 1,066 511 555
Academic Degree Holder 7,926 5,905 2,021
Post Baccalaureate 71 39 32
Not Stated 30 9 21
Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing)

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Figure 3
Age-Sex Pyramid of Household Population
Iloilo City, 2010

80 and Over

75-79

70-74

G 65-69

R 60-64

O 55-59

U 50-54

P 45-49

40-44

A 35-39

G 30-34

E 25-29

20-24

15-19

10-14

5-9

0-4

6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

PERCENT TO TOTAL HOUSEHOLD POPULATION

Source: NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City (as of May 1, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

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TABLE NO. 19 HOUSEHOLD POPULATIONS 10 YEARS OLD & OVER BY AGE GROUP SEX AND MARITAL STATUS,
ILOILO CITY: 2010

Age Group,Sex Marital Status


Household Population
And Divorced/ Common
10 Years Old and Over Single Married Widowed Unknown
City/Municipality Seperated Law/ Live-in
Both Sexes 343,611 157,723 149,926 16,902 3,951 13,729 1,380

Below 20 81,348 78,518 1,136 31 50 1,099 514


20-24 42,486 31,743 6,650 52 196 3,606 239
25-29 37,449 18,088 15,622 108 32 3,122 177
30-34 38,882 9,147 20,984 203 486 1,947 115
35-39 27,178 5,193 19,832 373 468 1,246 66
40-44 25,967 3,939 19,743 667 602 947 69
45-49 23,654 3,116 18,312 991 558 639 38
50-54 20,611 2,221 15,856 1,596 438 462 38
55-59 16,631 1,737 12,245 1,933 358 320 38
60-64 12,356 1,364 8,347 2,222 241 155 27
65-69 7,815 825 4,726 2,056 103 84 21
70-74 6,359 720 3,331 2,188 57 50 13
75-79 4,295 514 1,806 1,900 33 28 14
80 years old and over 4,580 598 1,336 2,582 29 24 11

Male 165,365 79,716 73,824 3,115 1,325 6,705 680


Below 20 40,426 39,550 332 11 10 253 270
20-24 20,647 16,520 2,377 17 43 1,557 133
25-29 18,550 9,867 6,830 26 96 1,636 95
30-34 16,404 5,053 10,001 47 159 1,087 57
35-39 13,713 2,863 9,881 83 188 669 29
40-44 12,653 2,012 9,773 144 213 513 38
45-49 11,432 1,410 9,263 207 179 356 17
50-54 9,799 887 8,208 301 146 245 12
55-59 7,744 610 6,468 352 113 191 10

60-64 5,529 438 4,489 399 99 97 7


65-69 3,227 194 2,560 386 39 44 4
70-74 2,439 135 1,870 383 19 28 4
75-79 1,467 88 1,028 322 15 12 2
80 years old and over 1,335 89 784 437 6 17 2

Household Population Legally Separated/ Common


Age Group Single Widowed Unknown
10 Years Old and Over Married Divorced Law/ Live-in
FEMALE 178,246 78,007 76,102 13,787 2,626 7,024 700

Below 20 40,992 38,968 804 20 40 846 244


20-24 21,839 15,223 4,273 35 153 2,049 106
25-29 18,899 8,221 8,792 82 236 1,486 82
30-34 16,478 4,094 10,983 156 327 860 58
35-39 13,465 2,330 9,951 290 280 577 37
40-44 13,314 1,927 10,010 523 389 434 31
45-49 12,222 1,706 9,049 784 379 283 21
50-54 10,812 1,334 7,648 1,295 292 217 26
55-59 8,887 1,127 5,777 1,581 245 129 28
60-64 6,827 926 3,858 1,823 142 58 20
65-69 4,588 631 2,166 1,670 64 40 17

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70-74 3,920 585 1,461 1,805 38 22 9


75-79 2,828 426 778 1,578 18 16 12
80 & Over 3,245 509 552 2,145 23 7 9
Source: National Statistic Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

TABLE NO. 20 HOUSEHOLD POPULATION BY ETHNICITY AND SEX: 2010

ETHNICITY BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE


ILOILO CITY 421,976 205,947 216,029
Abelling/Abellen/Aberling/Aborlin 3 1 2
Adasen 5 3 2
Aeta/Ayta 15 6 9
Agta 7 4 3
Agta-Cimaron 8 4 4
Agta-Agay 1 1 -
Agta-Dumagat 154 85 69
Agta-Taboy 3 1 2
Agutaynen 1 1 -
Akeano 438 217 221
Applai 8 4 4
Aromanen-Manobo 24 14 10
Ata 2 1 1
Ata/Negrito 36 22 14
Ata-Manobo 2 2 -
Ati 45 24 21
B’laan-/Blaan 8 4 4
Badjao 4 3 1
Bago 1 - 1
Bagobo-Tagabawa 5 1 4
Balangao 4 2 2
Banao 5 3 2
Bangon 2 1 1
Banwaon 1 1 -
Batak 3 2 1
Batangan 43 19 24
Belwang 6 3 3
Bikol/Bicol 160 94 66
Bisaya/Binisaya 147 74 73
Boholano 89 48 41
Bontok 1 1 -
Bugkalot/Ilongot 2 1 1
Buhid 5 2 3
Bukidnon 71 40 31
Cagayanen 42 20 22
Calinga 8 5 3
Capezeňo 888 435 453
Caviteňo 25 12 13
Caviteňo-Chavacano 2 - 2
Cebuano 1,983 994 944
Chinese 327 167 160
Cotabateňo 40 23 17
Cotabateňo-Chvacano 28 13 15
Cuyonon/Cuyonen 2 - 2
Davao-Chavacano 124 62 62
Davaweňio 65 29 36
Diangan 5 3 2
Dibabeen Mulitaan 1 - 1
Dibabeen 7 6 1
Direrayaan 6 4 2

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Dumagat 17 13 4
Eskaya 1 - 1
Gubatnon 22 13 9
Guiangan 33 10 23
Hanunuo 49 19 30
Henanga 10 3 7
Higaonon 93 41 52
Hiligaynon, Ilonggo 412,421 200,989 211,432
Ibaloi/Ibaloy 149 62 87
Ibanag 124 48 76
Ibatan 425 220 205
Ifugao 21 9 12
liangen 4 2 2
Lllaud 4 3 1
Ilocano 151 83 68
Iranon/Iranun/Iraynun 4 3 1
Isinai 13 5 8
Isneg/Isnag/Apayao 8 7 1
Isoroken 121 66 55
Ivatan 5 3 2
Iwak/lowak/Owak/I-wak 3 3 -
Jama Mapun 4 2 2
Kalagan 6 3 3
Kalibugan/Kolibugan 5 3 2
Kalinga 5 4 1
Kamiguin 3 3 1
Kapampangan 90 57 33
Karao 3 3 -
Karay-a 644 315 329
Karulano 23 12 11
Kunana 8 2 6
KKeney or Ken-ey/Tau-‘t-Bato 3 - 3
Lahitanen 1 - 1
Langilan 5 3 2
Magkunana 3 2 1
Maguindanao 81 50 31
Manobo 7 4 3
Manobo-Dulangan 3 2 1
Manubo-Ubo/Manobo-Ubo 3 3 -
Maranao 364 190 174
Masbateño/Masbatenon 29 12 17
Palaw’an/Palawan 28 14 14
Palawani 12 5 7
Pan-ayanon 3 1 2
Panay-Bukidnon 66 34 32
Pangasinan/Panggalato 42 26 16
Pulangien/Pulangiyen 4 2 2
Romblomanon 33 18 15
Sama Bangingi 1 1 -
Sama Laut 1 1 -
Sama/Samal 54 25 29
Sangil 1 - 1
Surigaonon 20 8 12
Tagabawa 2 2 -
Tagakaulo 5 5 -
Tagalog 1,137 614 523
Tagbanua 11 6 5
Talaandig 2 2 -
Tau-buid 3 2 1

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Tausug 58 33 25
Tinananen 4 3 1
Tuwali 8 3 5
Waray 149 68 81
Yakan 9 3 6
Yapagao 1 - 1
Zambageño-Chavacano 66 35 31
Zambal 1 - 1
Other Local Dialects/Etnicity 91 46 45
American/English 68 54 14
Other Local Dialects/Etnicity 302 201 101
Not Stated 9 2 7
Source: 2010 Census of Population and Housing (May 1, 2010) NSO, Iloilo CitY

TABLE NO. 21 HOUSEHOLD POPULATION BY RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION AND SEX: 2010

RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE


ILOILO CITY 421,976 205,947 216,029

Aglipay 3,507 1,646 1,861


Association of Baptist Churches in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao 82 39 43
Association of Fundamental Baptist Churches in the Philippines 1,293 613 680
Bible Baptist Church 3,439 1,591 1,848
Bread of Life Ministries 31 15 16
Buddhist 158 91 67
Cathedral of Praise, Incorporated 8 4 4
Church of Christ 316 160 156
Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints 1,019 485 534
Convention of the Philippine Baptist Church 1,361 601 760
Crusaders of the Divine Church of Christ, Incorporated 11 6 5
Door of Faith 3 2 1
Evangelical Christian Outreach Foundation 200 93 107
Evangelicals (Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches) 8,862 4,237 4,625
Faith Tabernacle Church (Living Rock Ministries) 8 4 4
Good News Christian Churches 5 4 1
Higher Ground Baptist Mission 9 2 7
Iglesia Evangelica Unida de Cristo 7 4 3
Iglesia ni Cristo 6,173 3,062 3,111
Iglesia Sa Dios Espiritu Santo, Incorporated 51 20 31
International Baptist Missionary Fellowship 4 2 2
International One Way Outreach 1 1 -
Islam 774 413 361
Jehovah’s Witness 1,294 566 728
Jesus is Alive Cmmunity, Incorporated 15 6 9
Jesus is Lord Church 199 99 100
Love of Christ International Ministries 7 5 2
Lutheran Church of the Philippines 21 11 10
Miracle Rivival Church of thr Philippines 2 - 2
Missionary Baptist Churches of the Philippines 57 25 32
Non-Roman Catholic and Protestant (National Council of Churches in the Philippines 468 226 242
Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association 12 5 7
Philippine Ecumenical Christian Church 14 6 8
Philippine Good News Ministries 3 1 2
Philippine Grace Gospel 21 11 10
Philippine Independent Catholic Church 67 34 33
Potter’s House Christian Center 48 19 29
Roman Catholic, including Catholic Charismatic 382,221 186,979 195,242
Salvation Army, Philippines 79 42 37
Seventh Day Adventist 2,443 1,097 1,346

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Things to Come 2 1 1
UNIDA Evangelical Church 13 8 5
United Church of Christ in the Philippine 103 51 52
United Pentecostal Church (Philippines), Incorporated 523 258 265
Victory Chapel Christian Fellowship 38 15 23
Way of Salvation Church, Incorporated 3 - 3
Other Baptists 1,424 678 746
Other Protestants 2,664 1,309 1,355
Other religious affiliations 2,783 1,323 1,460
Tribal religions 75 43 32
None 53 33 20
Not Reported 2 1 1
Source: National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

A. BASIC LITERACY*

TABLE NO. 22 BASIC LITERACY RATE OF POPULATION 10 YEARS OLD & OVER, BY SEX, AGE GROUP,
WESTERN VISAYAS: 2003

AGE GROUP & REGION POPULATION 10 YEARS OLD & OVER (IN BASIC LITERACY RATE (IN PERCENT)
THOUSAND)
BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE
WESTERN VISAYAS 4,878 2,435 2,443 92.8 91.6 94.0
10-14 818 396 423 94.7 92.0 97.0
15-19 695 354 341 97.9 97.5 98.3
20-24 508 280 229 96.6 95.1 98.6
25-29 440 221 219 93.8 91.0 96.7
30-39 840 409 430 94.4 93.8 95.0
40-49 673 334 339 92.9 91.8 94.0
50-59 425 213 213 89.3 88.5 90.1
60 & Over 478 228 250 77.6 76.9 78.2
* refer to the ability of a person to read & write with understanding of a simple message in any language or dialect.
Source: 2003 Functional Literacy, Education & Mass Media Survey (FLEMMS) NSO-DECS

TABLE NO. 23 BASIC LITERACY RATE OF POPULATION 10 YEARS OLD & OVER, BY HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL
ATTAINMENT, WESTERN VISAYAS: 2003

REGION WESTERN VISAYAS


Highest Educational No Grade Completed 6.9
Attainment Elementary Level 85.6
Elementary Graduate 98.3
High School Level 99.9
H.S. Graduate 100.0
Post Secondary level/Graduate 100.0
College Level 100.0
College Graduate/Higher 100.0
Source: 2003 Functional Literacy, Education & Mass Media Survey (FLEMMS) NSO-DECS

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B. FUNCTIONAL LITERACY**

TABLE NO. 24 FUNCTIONAL LITERACY RATE OF POPULATION 10 YEARS OLD & OVER, BY HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL
ATTAINMENT, WESTERN VISAYAS: 2003

REGION WESTERN VISAYAS


Functional Literacy Rate of Population 10-64 Yrs .Old 81.5
Highest Educational Attainment No Grade Completed 1.1
Elementary Level 60.4
Elementary Graduate 79.7
High School Level 87.8
H.S. Graduate 100.0
** Refer to a significantly higher level of literacy, which includes not only reading and writing skills but also numeracy skills.
Source: 2003 Functional Literacy, Education & Mass Media Survey (FLEMMS), NSO-DECS

TABLE NO. 25 FUNCTIONAL LITERACY RATE OF POPULATION 10-64 YEARS OLD, BY SEX, AGE GROUP,
WESTERN VISAYAS: 2003

POPULATION 10-64 YEARS OLD FUNCTIONAL LITERACY RATE (IN PERCENT)


AGE GROUP & REGION (IN THOUSAND)
BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE
Western Visayas 4,455 2,234 2,221 81.5 77.7 85.2
10-14 818 396 423 74.2 69.5 78.6
15-19 695 354 341 89.2 87.3 91.2
20-24 502 278 223 90.0 85.2 96.0
25-29 425 213 212 84.7 79.3 90.2
30-39 794 384 410 82.8 79.7 85.8
40-49 648 322 326 81.4 75.8 87.0
50-59 419 206 213 74.8 70.5 78.9
60-64 154 81 74 59.1 62.0 55.9

TABLE NO. 26 PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION 10 - 24 YEARS OLD ARE CLASSIFIED INTO THE DIFFERENT
FUNCTIONAL LITERACY, BY HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, WESTERN VISAYAS: 2003

IN PERCENT
LEVEL 0 LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4
POPULATION CANNOT CAN READ, CAN READ, H. S.
HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL 10 – 64 READ CAN READ WRITE OR WRITE, GRADUATE UNDETERMIN
ATTAINMENT & REGION YEARS OLD AND AND WRITE COMPUTE COMPUTE & OR ED
(‘000) WRITE COMPREHEND HIGHER
Western Visayas 4,455 9.7 87.4 81.5 61.5 37.0 2.9
No Grade Completed/ 83 96.9 3.1 1.1 - - -
Pre School
Elementary Level 1,354 22.5 72.7 60.4 29.0 - 4.8
Elementary Graduate 508 5.9 88.6 79.7 46.5 - 5.5
High School Level 862 2.3 93.7 87.7 53.8 - 4.1
High school Graduate
or Higher 1,648 - 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 -
Source: 2003 Functional Literacy, Education & Mass Media Survey (FLEMMS) NSO-DECS

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TABLE NO. 27 ALIEN POPULATION BY NATIONALITY: 2014

NATIONALITY NUMBER NATIONALITY NUMBER


1. American 214 21. Japanese 28
2. Australian 12 22. Korean 93
3. Austrian 3 23. Malaysian 2
4. Brazilian 2 24. Nigerian 10
5. Bangladesh 1 25. Netherland 9
6. Belgian 6 26. Norwegian 7
7. British 54 27. Peru 1
8. Canadian 14 28. Pakistan 2
9. Chinese 212 29. Russian 1
10. Danish 1 30. Saudi 1
11. Deutch 17 31. Singapore 5
12. French 7 32. Switzerland 4
13. Great Britain 2 33. Swedish 5
14. German 8 34. Swiss 14
15. Indian 97 35. South African 1
16. Israel 1 36. Taiwanese 6
17. Iranian 8 37. Thailander 1
18. Indonesian 15 38. Timorence 12
19. Italian 6 39. UK 3
20. Irish 5
TOTAL 890
Source: Bureau of Immigration, Iloilo City

IV. HEALTH AND NUTRITION

A.1 LIVEBIRTHS 2014


A. HEALTH STATISTICS (2014)

Male Female Total


Number Rate (%)
January 253 243 496
Livebirths* 6,191 13.72
February 180 167 347
Deaths* 3,092 6..85
March 222 228 450
Stillbirths** 16 2.58
April 270 225 495
Infant Deaths** 89 14.38
May 221 215 436
Neonatal Deaths **(0-28 days) 41 6.62
June 261 225 486
Maternal Deaths*** 5 80.76
July 235 233 468
Under 5 Deaths 41 6.62
August 311 313 624
Teenage Pregnancy 557 9.00
September 272 228 500
Home Deliveries 139 2.25
October 347 306 653
Household with Potable Water Supply
November 306 305 611
Level I 30,391 34.09
December 311 314 625
Level II - -
Level III 43,113 48.36
Total 3,189 3,002 6,191
Household with Sanitary Toilet` 72,961 81.84
Source: CHO, Iloilo City
Household with Septic Tanks 72,961 81.84
Household with Sewerage System
Source: CHO, Iloilo City
*** Rate per 100,000 livebirths
**Rate per 1,000 livebirths

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A.2 DEATH 2014


1.2 MAIN HEALTH CENTERS WITH
LYING-IN CLINICS - 2
Male Female Total
January 143 123 266 a. Government - 2
February 132 94 226 b. Private - 2
March 144 135 279 c. Barangay Health Stations - 54
April 117 111 228 (Public health center)
May 159 130 289 d. Puericulture Center -
June 131 123 254 e. Private Medical Clinic - 146
July 140 104 244 f. Dental Clinic (Public health - 9
August 140 136 276 center)
September 136 132 268 g. Social Hygiene Clinics - 1
October 148 115 263 h. No. of Laboratories ( Public - 9
November 144 89 233 health center)
December 151 115 266

Total 1,685 1,407 3,092 C. TABLE NO. 28 CITY HEALTH OFFICE PERSONNEL
Source: CHO, Iloilo City (2014)

B. HEALTH FACILITIES Number


Health Lapaz
Permanent
Manpower Maternity
1. HEALTH ESTABLISHMENTS Contractual Casual
Physician
1.1 HOSPITALS (Medical 14 4
Officer)
Nurses 30 12
Hospital/ Classification No. of Beds Occupancy Dentist 11 -
Medical Center Rate (%) Medical
2
Western Visayas Technologist
Government 425 138.96
Medical Center Midwives 32 11 7
West Visayas Sanitary
22 - - -
State University Government 300 87 Inspectors
Medical Center Pharmacist 1 - - -
Iloilo Mission
Private 282 87 Nursing
Hospital 11 9 - -
Attendants
Iloilo Doctor's
Private 300 66 Laboratory
Hospital 2 - - -
Technicians
Iloilo St. Paul's
Private 265 60.07 Dental Aides 9 - - -
Hospital
St. Therese Nutritionist –
Private 100 41.82 2 - - -
Hospital* Dieticians
Seamen’s Health
Private 45 49.18 Educators/
Hospital** 2 - - -
Promotion
The Medical
Private 61 64.02 Officer
City –Iloilo
Source: Respective hospitals/medical centers
Administrative 11 5 - -
* St. Therese Hospital - New (opened Nov., 2005) Others
- 1 -
** Seamen’s Hospital - New (Casual PT)
*** The Medical City Savior International – New (opened, 2007 Source: CHO, Iloilo City
formerly Savior International Hospital)

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TABLE NO. 29 TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY: 4.Pneumonia 166 184 350 3.68 4.08 7.76
2014 5.Kidney 189 4.18
94 95 2.08 2.10
Disease
6. Pulmonary 120 2.66
83 37 1.84 0.82
Diseases No. of Cases Rates/10,000 Population Tuberculosis
Male Female Total Male Female Total 7. Injuries 99 18 117 2.19 0.40 2.59
1. Upper 8.Diabetes 115 2.55
respiratory tract 2,849 3,387 6,236 63.12 75.04 138.16 49 66 1.09 1.46
Mellitus
infection
9.Lung Disease 82 28 110 1.82 0.62 2.44
2.Pneumonia 856 951 1,807 18.97 21.07 40.04
10.Liver 105 2.32
3.Injuries 753 550 1,303 16.68 12.19 28.87 81 24 1.79 0.53
Disease
4.Acute
563 648 12.47 14.36 Source: CHO, Iloilo City
Gastroenteritis 1,211 26.83
5.Urinary Tract 1,058 23.44
314 744 6.96 16.48
Infection
6.Bronchial TABLE NO. 31 LEADING CAUSES OF INFANT
396 508 904 8.77 11.26 20.03 MORBIDITY: 2014
Asthma
7.Hypertension 313 589 902 6.94 13.05 19.99
8.Pulmonary TB 524 343 867 11.61 7.60 19.21 No. of Cases Rates/10,000 Population
9.Bronchitis 229 464 693 5.07 10.98 15.35 Diseases Male Female Total Male Female Total
10.Allergic 1.Upper
307 259 566 6.80 5.74 12.54
Cough Respiratory 723 628 1,351 116.78 101.44 218.22
Source: CHO, Iloilo City
Tract Infection
2.Pneumonia 186 165 351 30.04 26.65 56.69
3. Allergic Cough 108 63 171 17.44 10.18 27.62
LMRHC CHO LMRHC 4.Bronchial
79 83 162 12.76 13.41 26.17
Asthma
Ratio of Public Health Workers to Population 1:3,029 1:10, 746 5.Acute
84 74 158 13.57 11.95 25.52
Number of Local Gov’t. Doctors 1:32,238 1:112,833 Gastroenteritis
Number of Local Gov’t. Nurses 1:15,044 1:37,611 6. Urinary
43 45 88 6.95 7.27 14.22
Number of Local Gov’t. Dentist 1:41, 030 Tract Infection
Number of Local Gov’t. Midwives 1:14, 104 1:41,030 7. Skin
35 (Casuals) 29 34 63 4.68 5.49 10.17
Disease
8. Systemic
27 30 57 4.36 4.85 9.21
Viral Infection
9.Allergies 20 16 36 3.23 2.58 5.81
10. Bronchitis 11 3 14 1.78 0.48 2.26
Projected Population as of the Profile Year 2014 451,331 Source: CHO, Iloilo City

Number of Registered Nurses (PNA Iloilo Chapter) In Iloilo City – 2,745


Table No. 32 Causes of Maternal Mortality: 2014
New - 853
Renew - 1,892 No.of Cases RATES/100,000 Livebirths
DISEASES
No. of Deaths Total No. of Deaths Total
Number of Registered Physician (IMS) in Iloilo City: 2014 – 652 1.Eclampsia 3 3 48.46 48.46
2. Incomplete Abortion 2 2 32.30 32.30
New - 12
Renew - 640 A. Total Number of Deaths from Maternal Causes 5
B. Total Number of Registered Live Births 6,191
** Those who registered at the Iloilo Medical Society in Iloilo City C. Maternal Mortality Rate (A/Bx100%) 80.76

Number of Registered Midwives (IMAP) Iloilo Chapter – 200


TABLE NO. 33 TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF INFANT
TABLE NO. 30 TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY: MORTALITY: 2014
2014
No. of Cases Rates/10,000 Population
No. of Cases Rates/10,000 Population Diseases Male Female Total Male Female Total
Diseases Male Female Total Male Female Total
1.Heart Disease 386 354 740 8.55 7.84 16.39 1.Pneumonia 10 11 21 1.62 1.78 3.40
2.Hypertensive 2.Heart
254 195 449 5.63 0.32 5.95 7 8 15 1.13 1.29 2.42
Disease Disease
3.Cancer 201 211 412 4.45 4.68 9.13 3.Septicemia 7 5 12 1.13 0.81 1.94

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4.Brain nal Disease


4 8 12 0.65 1.29 1.94
Disease 2.Asthma 4 2 6 0.65 0.32 0.97
5.Prematurity 3 2 5 0.48 0.32 0.80 3.Pneumonia 0 5 5 0.00 0.81 0.81
6.Asphyxia 3 1 4 0.48 0.16 0.64 4. Brain 1 4 5 0.16 0.65 0.81
7.Sudden 3 0 3 0.48 0.00 0.48 Disease
Infant Death 5.Heart 2 3 5 0.32 0.48 0.80
Syndrome Disease
8. Aspiration 2 0 2 0.32 0.00 0.32 6.Injuries 3 1 4 0.48 0.16 0.64
9. Dehydration 1 1 2 0.16 0.16 0.32 7.Septicemia 3 1 4 0.48 0.16 0.64
10.Hypoxia 2 0 2 0.32 0.00 0.32 8.Kidney 0 1 1 0.00 0.16 0.16
Disease
Number of deaths among children below one year old - 89 9.Dehydration 1 0 1 0.16 0.00 0.16
Total Number of Live births 6,191 10.Blood
1 0 1 0.16 0.00 0.16
Infant Mortality Rate 14.38 Disease
Source: CHO, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 34 TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF


UNDER 5 MORTALITY: 2014 A. Number of Deaths among children aged 1-5 130

No. of Cases Rates/10,000 Population

Diseases Male Female Total Male Female Total

1.Gastrointesti 3 3 6 0.48 0.48 0.96

Table No. 35 Ten (10) Leading Causes of Neonatal (0-28 days)Mortality: 2014
No. of Cases Rates/10,000 Population

Diseases Total Both


Male Female Male Female Total Both Sexes
Sexes

1.Acute Respiratory Arrest 2 4 6 0.32 0.65 0.97


2.Pneumonia 2 4 6 0.32 0.65 0.97
3.Prematurity 3 1 4 0.48 0.16 0.64
4.Septicemia 3 1 4 0.48 0.16 0.64
5. Sudden Infant Death 3 0 3 0.48 0.00 0.48
6.Hydrops Fetalis 2 0 2 0.32 0.00 0.32
7.Menengitis 2 0 2 0.32 0.00 0.32
8. Septicemia 0 2 2 0.00 0.32 0.32
9.Meconium Aspiration 1 1 2 0.16 0.16 0.32
10.Asphyxia 1 1 2 0.16 0.16 0.32
Source: CHO, Iloilo City

D. EXPANDED PROGRAM OF IMMUNIZATION (EPI) 2014

Number of Fully Immunized Children aged 0-11 mos. - 12,186

Percentage (%) of Fully Immunized Children (A/Bx100%) - 78%

IMMUNIZATION TARGET PERFORMANCE PERCENTAGE (%)

BCG 12,390 102


PenyaHib I 8,738 72
PentaHib II 12,186 8,708 71
PentaHib III 8,691 71
Hepatitis at Birth 11,016 90
Measles 9,324 77
Polio (OPV 1) 8,619 71

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Polio (OPV 2) 8,907 73


Polio (OPV 3) 8,865 73
Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) 7,580 -
Fully Immunized Children 9,489 78

Table No. 36 Distributions of Pre-Schoolers (0-71 Mos) Nutritional Status and Age Group: 2014

Actual No. of Children Weighed


Under Under Under Under Under Under TOTAL
Classification by Weight Status 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 3 Yrs 4 Yrs. 5 Yrs. 6 Yrs. NO. OF PERCENT
(0-11 (12-23 (24-35 (36-47 (48-59 (60-71 CHILDREN (%)
mos.) mos.) mos.) Mos.) Mos.) Mos.) WEIGHED
1. Severely Underweight 39 67 85 60 64 93 408 1.20
2. Moderately Underweight 95 202 237 264 270 298 1,366 2.21
3. Normal 8,309 9,591 9,591 9,194 9,494 9,314 55,732 95.54
4. Overweight 213 118 110 146 128 94 809 1.35
Total 8,656 9,978 9,626 10,300 9,956 9,799 58,315
Percentage 14.84 17.11 16.50 17.66 17.07 16.80 100%
Source: City Health Office (Nutrition Center), Iloilo City

Prevalence Rate - 3.04


Number of children aged 0-71 m0nths with below normal weights - 1,774
Estimated Pre-schoolers population - 73,115

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TABLE NO. 37 NUTRITIONAL STATUS REPORT OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN


ILOILO CITY: BASELINE (JUNE) SY 2014-2015

Grade Level Enrollment Pupils BODY MASS INDEX (BMI)


Weighed
SeverelyWasted Wasted Normal Overweight Obese

No. % No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %


Kinder M 2976 2917 98.02% 174 5.97% 332 11.38% 2324 79.67% 87 2.98% 0 0.00%
F 2905 2869 98.76% 176 6.13% 462 16.10% 2196 76.54% 35 1.22% 0 0.00%
Total 5881 5786 98.38% 350 6.05% 794 13.72% 4520 78.12% 122 2.11% 0 0.00%
Grade I M 4201 4139 98.52% 297 7.18% 706 17.06% 2986 72.14% 94 2.27% 56 1.35%
F 3830 3785 98.83% 275 7.27% 537 14.19% 2877 76.01% 82 2.17% 14 0.37%
Total 8031 7924 98.67% 572 7.22% 1243 15.69% 5863 73.99% 176 2.22% 70 0.88%
Grade II M 4218 4204 99.67% 252 5.99% 506 12.04% 3219 76.57% 138 3.28% 89 2.12%
F 3743 3728 99.60% 148 3.97% 372 9.98% 3109 83.40% 89 2.39% 10 0.27%
Total 7961 7932 99.64% 400 5.04% 878 11.07% 6328 79.78% 227 2.86% 99 1.25%
Grade III M 5096 5054 99.18% 339 6.71% 675 13.36% 3778 74.75% 186 3.68% 76 1.50%
F 4160 4111 98.82% 182 4.43% 453 11.02% 3351 81.51% 107 2.60% 18 0.44%
Total 9256 9165 99.02% 521 5.68% 1128 12.31% 7129 77.79% 293 3.20% 94 1.03%
Grade IV M 4397 4376 99.52% 278 6.35% 574 13.12% 3250 74.27% 221 5.05% 53 1.21%
F 3969 3,959 99.75% 178 4.50% 440 11.11% 3214 81.18% 118 2.98% 9 0.23%
Total 8366 8335 99.63% 456 5.47% 1014 12.17% 6464 77.55% 339 4.07% 62 0.74%
Grade V M 4015 3999 99.60% 202 5.05% 505 12.63% 3019 75.49% 230 5.75% 43 1.08%
F 3760 3750 99.73% 135 3.60% 390 10.40% 3100 82.67% 114 3.04% 11 0.29%
Total 7775 7749 99.67% 337 4.35% 895 11.55% 6119 78.97% 344 4.44% 54 0.70%
Grade VI M 3869 3822 98.79% 226 5.91% 531 13.89% 2852 74.62% 192 5.02% 21 0.55%
F 3986 3966 99.50% 132 3.33% 476 12.00% 3214 81.04% 135 3.40% 9 0.23%
Total 7855 7788 99.15% 358 4.60% 1007 12.93% 6066 77.89% 327 4.20% 30 0.39%
M 28908 28647 99.10% 1782 6.22% 3838 13.40% 21520 75.12% 1164 4.06% 343 1.20%
Grand Total F 26457 26272 99.30% 1228 4.67% 3138 11.94% 21140 80.47% 694 2.64% 72 0.27%
Total 55365 54919 99.19% 3010 5.48% 6976 12.70% 42660 77.68% 1858 3.38% 415 0.76%
Source: Deped, Iloilo City

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TABLE NO. 38 NUTRITIONAL STATUS REPORT OF SECONDARY STUDENTS IN ILOILO CITY


BASELINE (JUNE) SY 2014-2015

BODY MASS INDEX


Level Year Enrollment Pupils Weighted Severely Wasted Wasted Normal Overweight Obese
No. % No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %
Grade 7 M 2811 2445 86.98% 173 7.08 295 12.07% 1900 77.71% 68 2.78% 9 0.37%
F 2546 2308 90.65% 113 4.90% 210 9.10% 1927 83.49% 51 2.21% 7 0.30%
Total 5357 4753 88.73% 286 6.02% 505 10.62% 3827 80.52% 119 2.50% 16 0.34%
Grade 8 M 2780 2453 88.24% 107 4.36% 159 6.48% 2131 86.87% 44 1.79% 12 0.49%
F 2528 2286 90.43% 50 2.19% 145 6.34% 2039 89.20% 46 2.01% 6 0.26%
Total 5308 4709 89.28% 157 3.31% 304 6.41% 4170 87.99% 90 1.90% 18 0.38%
Grade 9 M 2442 2084 85.34% 68 3.26% 132 6.33% 1750 83.97% 121 5.81% 13 0.62%
F 2367 2139 90.37% 61 2.85% 91 4.25% 1867 87.28% 109 5.10% 11 0.51%
Total 4809 4223 87.81% 129 3.05% 223 5.28% 3617 85.65% 230 5.45% 24 0.57%
Grade 10 M 2364 2023 85.58% 42 2.08% 150 7.41% 1748 86.41% 74 3.66% 9 0.44%
F 2271 2131 93.84% 29 1.36% 110 5.16% 1888 88.60% 98 4.60% 6 0.28%
Total 4635 4154 89.62% 71 1.71% 260 6.26% 3636 87.53% 172 4.14% 15 0.36%
M 10397 9005 86.61% 390 4.33% 736 8.17% 7529 83.61% 307 3.41% 43 0.48%
Grand Total F 9712 8864 91.27% 253 2.85 556 6.27% 7721 87.11% 304 3.43% 30 0.34%
Total 20109 17869 88.86% 643 3.60% 12 92 7.23% 15250 85.34% 611 3.42% 73 0.41%
Source: Deped, Iloilo City

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E. FAMILY PLANNING

Table No. 39 Number of Married Couples of Reproductive Age (MCRA), Iloilo City: 2002 - 2014

YEAR TOTAL MCRA


2012 50,993
2013 51,861
2014 55,262
Source: City Population Office, I.C.

Table No. 40 Contraceptive Prevalence Rate and Effectiveness: 2002-2014

YEAR Prevalence Rate (%)


2012 43.34
2013 51.0
2014 59.35
Source: City Population Office, I.C

Table No. 41 Number of Family Planning Users & Acceptors: 2014

Family Planning Users


Method Number % New Acceptors
Pill 21,264 55.96 614
IUD 837 2.20 20
CONDOM 2,876 7.57 98
BTL/FVS 4,355 11.46 29
VASECTOMY/MVS 29 0.08 0
NFP 281 0.74 26
Rhythm/Calendar/Others 4,985 13.12 0
Injection (DMPA) 2,241 5.89 434
Lactational Amenorrhea 920 2.42 182
Implant 213 0.56 183
Total 38,001 100.00 383

Table No. 42 Total Number of Teenage Pregnancies Ages 11-24 years old: 2010-2014

2010 3,047
2011 2,035
2012 2,415
2013 2,049
2014 2,351

F. POPULATION OUTREACH PROGRAM: 2014

1. Schedule of Pre-Marital Counseling


Day: Every Tuesday & Thursday Time: 8:00 A.m
Venue: CITY POPULATION OFFICE CONFERENCE ROOM
2. Number of Pre – Marital counseling Session Conducted – 129
3. Number of Pre – Marriage Couples Attended – 1,638
4. Total number of Barangay Service Point Officers (BSPOs) – 201
5. Total Number of Population Program Officers (PPOs) - 14
6. Total number of BSPO Club Organized – 11

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V. SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICES

TABLE NO. 43 NUMBER OF SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING BENEFICIARIES: 2014

NO. OF BENEFICIARIES
LOCATION NO. OF DAY CARE MALE FEMALE TOTAL
SERVICES
City Proper 28 767 782 1,549
Lapaz 42 1,160 1,233 2,393
Jaro 52 1,262 1,236 2,498
Molo 34 898 827 1,725
Arevalo 23 675 660 1,335
Mandurriao 21 636 668 1,304
TOTAL 200 5,398 5,406 10,804
Source: City Social Welfare and Development Office, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 44 OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH BY DISTRICT: 2014

DISTRICT TOTAL
City Proper 2,454
La Paz 10,142
Jaro I & II 1,683
Molo 3,569
Arevalo 1,587
Mandurriao 5,638
Total 25,073
Source: City Social Welfare and Development Office, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 45 DAY CARE CENTERS: 2014

NO. OF DAY CARE NO. OF DAY CARE WORKER NO. OF PRE-SCHOOLERS SERVED
LOCATION SERVICES PERMANENT CASUAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL
City Proper 28 11 17 767 782 1,549
Lapaz 42 14 28 1,160 1,233 2,393
Jaro 52 9 43 1,262 1,236 2,498
Molo 34 8 26 898 827 1,725
Arevalo 23 6 17 675 660 1,335
Mandurriao 21 7 14 636 668 1,304
TOTAL 200 55 145 5,398 5,406 10,804
Source: City Social Welfare and Development Office, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 46 LIST OF RECENT FLOODS IN ILOILO CITY: 2014

CASUALTIES HOUSES DAMAGED


DATE TYPE OF DISASTER NO. OF PERSON AFFECTED INJURED DEAD
TOTAL PARTIAL DE
Oct 10, 2014 Torrential Rain 11,805 3
Source: City Social Welfare and Development Office, Iloilo City

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TABLE NO. 47 NUMBERS OF BARANGAYS, FAMILIES/PERSONS AFFECTED BY TYPHOON


ILOILO CITY: 2014 (TYPHOON RUBY)

EVACUATION
DAMAGED HOUSES
NO. OF. NO. OF. NO. OF CENTERS
DISTRICT BRGYS FAMILIES PERSONS PARTIAL SERVED
TOTAL CENTER
FAMILIES
Jaro - - - - - - -
Lapaz 1 20 100 - - 20 1
Mandurriao 1 1 2 - - 1 1
Molo 4 372 1,594 - - 372 3
Arevalo 4 111 528 - - 111 5
City Proper 1 4 18 - - 4 1
Total 11 508 2,242 - - 508 11
Source: City Social Welfare & Development Office, Iloilo City

TyphoonbFrank was the worst flooding event experience by the City of Iloilo (June 18-23, 2008), affecting 80%
of the area in terms of the following damages:

● strong winds and heavy rain caused the rivers to overflow ● brought flash flood in the entire Jaro District
and brought flood waters 5 feet deep or more ● heavy rainfall brought run-off water from the water-
● 152 out of 180 barangays were flooded shed to Iloilo City (195 to 234 million cubic meters
● 261,000 households were affected ● submerged/destroyed of rice buffer stocks in NFA
warehouse

Source: Iloilo City Local Climate Change Action Plan 2014-2028 pps.: 24-25

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PROGRAMS/SERVICES IMPLEMENTED BY THE CITY SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

1. Child and Youth Welfare Programs


2. Family and Community Welfare Programs
3. Self-Employments Assistance Kaunlaran Program
4. Program for Persons with Disabilities and Senior Citizens
5. Women’s Welfare Program
6. Emergency Assistance Program

SPECIAL PROJECTS:

Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)

Local Council for the Protection of Children (LCPC)

Social Technology

TABLE NO. 48 LISTS OF ACCREDITED NGOs: CY 2003-2014

1. Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) 45. Signpost International, Inc.


2. Bahay, Inc. 46. Iloilo People’s Habitat Foundation, Inc.
3. People’s Consultative Council 47. Iloilo City Hall Press Corps., Inc.
4. Hodges Estate Tenants Federation of Iloilo City Suburbs, Inc. 48. Philippine Action For Community Led Shelter Initiatives
5. Taytay sa Kauswagan Inc. 49. Balasbas and Cristina Urban Poor Association, Inc.
6. Process Foundation 50. BANTAY Bayan Foundation (BBFI)
7. MERCIPHIL Development Foundation 51. Urban Peoples Development Cooperative (UPDC)
8. Panay Amateur Radio Club Inc. 52. Honest and Accountable Living Ilonggos for a Graft- Free
Iloilo (H.A.L.I.G.I.) Foundation Inc.
9. United Architects of the Phil. Marikudo Chapter 53. Iloilo House of Refuge
10. Family Planning Organization of the Philippines 54. Katin-aran Center Foundation, Inc.
11. PENCAK SILAK Association 55. Kahublagan Sang Panimalay Foundation, Inc.
12. PHI BETA EPSILON Foundation, Inc. 56. Green Forum-Western Visayas
13. World Vision Development Foundation 57. Royal Eagles’ Rescue Volunteer Brigade Inc
14. Association of Disabled Persons Iloilo, Inc. 58. Educational Research and Development Assistance
(ERDA) Foundation ,Inc.
15. Sto. Niño Norte Neighborhood Association Inc. 59. Federation Of Senior Citizens Association of the
Philippines (FSCAP) Iloilo Chapter
16. Lapaz Community Development Foundation, Inc. 60. City Development Council of Rising Sun Association of Iloilo , Inc.
17. Compania-Fundidor Jeepney Drivers/Operators association, Inc. 61. Iloilo Paraw Regatta Foundation, Inc.
18. Villa Drivers Association (VILDRAS) 62. Iloilo Juvenile Welfare Association (IJWA), Inc.
19. MHA Trisikad Owners and Drivers Association 63. Iloilo City Convention Bureau
20. Government Association of Certified Public Accountants (GACPA) 64. The Kababayan Action Group
21. Iloilo Federation of Community Association (IFCA) 65. Kabataang Gabay sa Positibong Pamumuhay
22. Iloilo CODE NGO’s, Inc. 66. Homeless People’s Federation Philippines
23. Taos Puso Foundation, Inc. (TPFI) 67. Kabalaka Phase Homeowners Association
24. Stop Trafficking of Filipinos Foundation, Inc. (STOP 68. Alliance of Social Welfare & Dev’t. Advocates for Integrated
Services and Nationalism (ASIN) Inc.
25. Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Iloilo, Inc. 69. Iloilo Coalition of Non-Government and People’s
Organization, Inc. (ICON)
26. Victo National Cooperative Federation & Dev’t. Center (VICTO National) 70. Katilingban sang mga Trisikad Operators kg Driver sa Syudad
sang Iloilo (KATODRAS, INC.)
27. City Agriculture and Fishery Council 71. Federation of Bantay Bayan Incorporated
28. Vincentian Services Center 72. Empowered Western Visayas (EWVI) Inc.
29. Community Extension Services Center (University of Iloilo) 73. Save our Language Through Federation Foundation Inc.

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(SOLFED)
30. Women Center – Panay, Inc. 74. Guardians Christian Builders Organization (GCBO)
31. Iloilo Mercy Foundation for the Handicapped, Inc. 75. Rising Sun Association of Iloilo Inc.
32. Jaro Archdiocesan Social Action Center 76. Asilo de Molo Inc.
33. Marie Eugenie Community Center 77. National Auxiliary Chaplaincy Philippines Inc. (NACPHIL)
34. St. Dominic Girls Home, Inc. 78. Bubong Ilonggo Inc.
35. St. Vincent de Paul Foundation, Inc. (SPVFI) 79. Mabinuligay Volunteer Group (MVG)
36. Association of CPA’s in Commerce and Industry 80. Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation, Inc.
37. Balay ni Maria foundation, Inc. 81. Iloilo Business Club, Inc.
38. Louise de Marillac Foundation, Inc. 82. ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc.
39. BANTAY BATA 163 (Iloilo) 83. Bolilao Empowerment of Neighborhoods Association (BOENAS)
40. Iloilo Purified Drinking Water Suppliers Association 84. ILED- Iloilo Economic Development Foundation, Inc.
41. Zonta Club of Iloilo City II, Inc. 85. Govt. & Private Active Retired Employee Association, Inc.
(GOPARE)
42. Samaritan Foundation and Allied Services, Inc.
43. Chamber of Commerce and Industry
44. Creative Community Foundation, Inc.
Source: Sangguniang Panlungsod, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 49 DISABLED PERSONS BY TYPE OF DISABILITY AND AGED GROUP: 2014

A G E D G R O U P
Disabled
TYPE OF
Person Under
DISABILITY 1-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59
1
Psychosocial
67 5 8 10 8 8 7 2 1 6 3 5 5
Disability
Mental Disability 96 4 14 13 6 10 8 8 10 7 6 8 2
Hearing
52 1 6 12 1 7 6 6 5 2 1 4 1
Disability
Chronic Illness 20 2 2 4 4 5 4
Visual Disability 60 1 2 2 4 5 3 6 6 5 9 8 6 5
Speech
66 3 9 12 13 4 3 3 3 2 2 4 6 2
Impairment
Learning
31 1 1 12 6 4 2 1 1 2
Disability
Orthopedic
(Musculoskeletal ) 360 8 12 17 23 13 13 20 21 30 33 51 60 51
Disability
Multiple Disability 37 1 3 12 5 2 2 9 2
TOTAL 789 14 43 89 86 48 47 51 46 50 59 74 98 68
Source: OPDA, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 50 HANDICAPPED/ DISABLED PERSONS ILOILO CITY: 2014

NUMBER
DISTRICT MALE FEMALE TOTAL
City Proper 62 69 131
LaPaz 65 65 130
Molo 80 67 147
Jaro 113 73 186
Arevalo 49 50 99
Mandurriao 53 43 96
TOTAL 422 367 789

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Source: OPDA, Iloilo City: 2010

TABLE NO. 51 HOUSEHOLD POPULATIONS WITH DISABILITY BY SEX AND AGES GROUP, ILOILO CITY: 2010

AGE GROUP BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE


All Ages 7,756 3,788 3,968
Under 1 85 45 40
1–4 318 160 158
5–9 505 281 224
10 – 14 534 313 221
15 – 19 569 283 286
20 – 24 542 291 251
25 - 29 472 226 246
30 - 34 422 229 193
35 – 39 395 229 166
40 – 44 415 214 201
45 – 49 459 242 217
50 - 54 427 232 195
55 - 59 467 216 251
60 - 64 452 213 239
65 - 69 310 156 154
70 – 74 389 165 224
75 - 79 339 117 222
80 years old and over 656 178 480

TABLE NO. 52 HOUSEHOLD POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER BY TYPE OF FUNCTIONAL DIFFICULTY
WITH DISABILITY BY SEX, ILOILO CITY: 2010

T PERSONS WITH FUNCTIONAL DIFFICULTY


YPES OF FUNCTIONAL DIFFICULTY
BOTH SEXES MALE FEMALE
Seeing, even if wearing eyeglasses 6,051 2,446 3,605
Hearing, even if using a hearing aid 1,995 857 1,138
Walking or climbing steps 2,836 1,328 1,508
Remembering or concentrating 1,625 702 923
Self-caring (bathing or dressing) 1,392 630 762
Comunicating using his/her usual language 1,470 745 725

TABLE NO. 53 NHTS-PR NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLD ASSESSED AND NUMBER


OF POOR HOUSEHOLD ILOILO CITY: 2010

BARANGAY HOUSEHOLD ASSESSED # OF POOR HHs


1. ABETO MIRASOL TAFT SOUTH (QUIRINO ABETO) 53 20
1. AGUINALDO 89 39
2. AIRPORT (TABUCAN AIRPORT) 189 82
3. ALALASAN LAPUZ 111 64
4. ARGUELLES 13 2
5. ARSENAL ADUANA 9 6
6. BAKHAW 239 120

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7. BALABAGO 376 174


8. BALANTANG 173 92
9. BALDOZA 255 188
10. BANTUD 5 1
11. BANUYAO 70 43
12. BAYBAY TANZA 347 129
13. BENEDICTO (JARO) 277 112
14. BITO-ON 552 286
15. BOLILAO 229 116
16. BONIFACIO (AREVALO) 187 81
17. BONIFACIO TANZA 318 140
18. BUHANG 82 29
19. BUHANG TAFT NORTH 294 146
20. BUNTATALA 503 209
21. BURGOS-MABINI-PLAZA 36 15
22. CAINGIN 568 169
23. CALAHUNAN 347 219
24. CALAPARAN 477 324
25. CALUBIHAN 228 62
26. CALUMPANG 455 279
27. CAMALIG 232 91
28. COCHERO 174 41
29. COMPANIA 224 84
30. CONCEPCION-MONTES 213 112
31. CUARTERO 119 55
32. CUBAY 461 267
33. DANAO 4 3
34. DELGADO-JALANDONI-BAGUMBAYAN 3 1
35. DEMOCRACIA 142 45
36. DESAMPARADOS 156 52
37. DIVINAGRACIA 30 18
38. DON ESTEBAN-LAPUZ 97 50
39. DULONAN 395 171
40. DUNGON 153 97
41. DUNGON A 118 33
42. DUNGON B 168 78
43. EAST BALUARTE 206 43
44. EAST TIMAWA 141 40
45. EDGANZON 26 5
46. EL 98 CASTILLA (CLAUDIO LOPEZ) 26 9
47. FAJARDO 56 24
48. FLORES 52 19
49. GENERAL HUGHES-MONTES 187 102

50. GLORIA 31 14
51. GUSTILO 211 78
52. GUZMAN-JESENA 113 51
53. HABOG-HABOG SALVACION 118 50
54. HIBAO-AN NORTE 249 107
55. HIBAO-AN SUR 104 60
56. HINACTACAN 149 77
57. HIPODROMO 7 7
58. INDAY 12 2

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59. INFANTE 204 54


60. INGORE 398 152
61. JALANDONI ESTATE-LAPUZ 124 76
62. JALANDONI-WILSON 39 25
63. JAVELLANA 13 3
64. JEREOS 129 74
65. KAHIRUPAN 9 4
66. KASINGKASING 172 91
67. KATILINGABAN 192 52
68. KAUSWAGAN 26 9
69. LAGUDA 5 1
70. LANIT 446 284
71. LAPUZ NORTE 221 107
72. LAPUZ SUR 100 41
73. LEGASPI DELA RAMA 140 53
74. LIBERATION 12 5
75. LIBERTAD, SANTA ISABEL 3 1
76. LIBERTAD-LAPUZ 71 30
77. LOBOC-LAPUZ 114 58
78. LOPEZ JAENA (JARO) 36 13
79. LOPEZ JAENA NORTE 163 58
80. LOPEZ JAENA SUR 16 6
81. LUNA (JARO) 19 5
82. LUNA (LA PAZ) 32 12
83. M.V. HECHANOVA 141 74
84. MABOLO-DELGADO 127 29
85. MACARTHUR 84 21
86. MAGDALO 41 11
87. MAGSAYSAY 99 37
88. MALIPAYON-DELGADO 79 19
89. MANSAYA-LAPUZ 157 90
90. MARCELO H. DEL PILAR 181 67
91. MARIA CLARA 80 39
92. MARIA CRISTINA 21 -
93. MOHON 199 84
94. MOLO BOULEVARD 726 370
95. MONICA BLUMENTRITT 200 64
96. MUELLE LONEY-MONTES 175 48
97. NABITASAN 112 61
98. NAVAIS 224 152
99. NONOY 1 1
100. NORTH AVANCEÑA 23 5
101. NORTH BALUARTE 536 261
102. NORTH FUNDIDOR 25 9
103. NORTH SA JOSE 140 46
104. OBRERO-LAPUZ 377 109
105. OÑATE DE LEON 197 81
106. ORTIZ 223 91
107. OUR LADY OF FATIMA 70 19
108. OUR LADY OF LOURDES 112 60
109. PALE BENEDICTO RIZAL(MANDURRIAO) 160 81
110. PHHC BLOCK 17 28 14
111. PHHC BLOCK 22 NHA 40 21
112. POBLACION MOLO 62 17

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113. PROGRESO-LAPUZ 55 10
114. PUNONG-LAPUZ 161 31
115. QUEZON 95 28
116. QUINTIN SALAS 277 124
117. RAILWAY 144 27
118. RIMA-RIZAL 60 16
119. RIZAL (LA PAZ) 239 62
120. RIZAL ESTANZUEL 312 133
121. RIZAL IBARRA 48 27
122. RIZAL PALA PALA I 314 100
123. RIZAL PALA PALA II 359 157
124. SAMBAG 297 145
125. SAN AGUSTIN 8 6
126. SAN ANTONO 243 64
127. SAN FELIX 179 42
128. SAN ISIDRO (JARO) 362 136
129. SAN ISIDRO ( LA PAZ) 188 124
130. SAN JOSE (AREVALO) 262 113
131. SAN JOSE (CITY PROPER) 5 3
132. SAN JOSE (JARO) 7 4
133. SAN JUAN 528 306
134. SAN NICOLAS 31 22
135. SAN PEDRO (JARO) 144 53
136. SAN PEDRO (MOLO) 240 101
137. SAN RAFAEL 141 75
138. SAN ROQUE 192 60
139. SAN VICENTE 129 39
140. SANTA CRUZ 165 113
141. SAMTS FILOMENA 195 82
142. SANTA ROSA 122 58
143. SANTO DOMINGO 180 73
144. SANTO NIÑO NORTE 394 258
145. SANTO NIÑO SUR 383 257
146. SANTO ROSARIO-DURAN 89 39
147. SEMINARIO (BURGOS JALANDONI) 1 -
148. SIMON LEDESMA 262 113
149. SINIKWAY (BANGKEROHAN LAPUZ) 199 117
150. SO-OC 586 407
151. SOUTH BALUARTE 126 72
152. SOUTH FUNDIDOR 76 39
153. SOUTH SAN JOSE 169 61
154. TAAL 64 10
155. TABUC SUBA (JARO) 457 278
156. TABUC SUBA (LA PAZ) 98 77
157. TABUCAN 137 60
158. TACAS 464 158
159. TAGBAC 132 67
160. TANZA-ESPERANZA 232 103
161. TAP-OC 48 16
162. TAYTAY ZONE II 149 61
163. TICUD (LA PAZ) 367 176
164. TIMAWA TANZA I 91 12
165. TIMAWA TANZA II 257 96
166. UNGKA 181 80

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167. VETERANS VILLAGE 274 111


168. VILLA ANITA 50 14
169. WEST HABOG-HABOG 224 125
170. WEST TIMAWA 295 67
171. YULO DRIVE 213 104
172. ZAMOR- MELLIZA 204 81
TOTAL 30,087 13,621
Source: DSWDO/CSWDO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 54 RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD TARGETTING SYSTEM FOR POVERTY REDUCTION (NHTSPR)
Iloilo City: September 2010
SUMMARY PER DISTRICT

TOTAL HOUSEHOLD ASSESSED: 30,087

DISTRICT No. of Brgys. POOR HHs NON POOR HHs


(45.27%) (54.73%)
AREVALO 13 2,095 1,636
MANDURRIAO 18 1,560 1,459
CITY PROPER 39 1,867 2,935
MOLO 25 2,303 3,108
LAPAZ 37 2,332 3,014
JARO 41 3,464 4,314
GRAND TOTAL 173* 13,621 16,466
* Based on the NHTS results, out of the 180 brgys, one hundred seventy three (173)brgys. were assessed and the seven (7)
barangays in the City are excluded in the NHTS HHs assessed because they were identified as commercial areas .
Source: NSTH-DSWD/CSWDO, Iloilo City

Additional Data on NHTS-PR:


 Poverty Incidence in Iloilo City (NSCB, 2006) 9.70%
 Total No. of Households Below Poverty Threshold (NHTS PR results)- 2010 13,621
 Simple Literacy Rate (NSTH) 92.8%
 Functional Literacy Rate (NHTS) 81.5%
 Number of HHs without Access to Potable/safe drinkinf water (Source: NHTS- Poor HHs)- 6,138 (45.06%)
 Number of HHs without Sanitary Toilets (NHTS-Poo HHs) 5,916 (43.43%)
 Number of 6-12 years old children not enrolled in elementary (NHTS-Poor HHs) 1,161 (8.52%)
 Number of 12-16 years old children not enrolled in elementary (NHTS-Poor HHs) 1,568(11.51%)
 Number of 16-20 years old children not enrolled in post secondary school (NHTS-Poor HHs) 2,615 (19.20%)
 Number of children not enrolled in Day Care Centers (NHTS-Poor HHs) 3,074 (22.57%)
Note: The percentage has been computed based on the number of HHs (13,621-HHs below poverty thresholds).

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VI. Education

I FORMAL EDUCATION

TABLE NO. 55 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: SY 2013 – 2014

Elementary (%) Total Secondary (%) Total


Indicators (Public Schools) Male Female Male Female
Participation Rate (based on 2007 population) 99.06 101.44 100.22 70.02 74.44 72.21
GER 99.04 97.45 98.27 70.56 65.17 67.89
NER 79.73 81.83 80.75 44.77 48.52 46.63
Survival Rate 79.91 87.23 83.40 59.94 62.64 61.18
Retention Rate 95.64 97.25 96.41 83.49 85.91 84.64
Completion Rate 77.79 86.49 81.92 54.40 57.97 56.12
Graduation Rate 95.31 98.48 96.86 87.57 90.67 89.23
School Leaver Rate 4.34 2.73 3.57 15.19 14.12 14.74
Repeater Rate 2.42 1.07 1.77 7.65 3.09 5.44
Transition Rate 97.25 98.99 98.11 80.26 77.40 78.86
Class-Classroom Rate 1:1 1:1
Teacher – Pupil / Student Ratio 1:40.10 1:29.70
Source: Deped, Division of Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 56 ENROLLMENT, NO. OF TEACHERS AND FACILITIES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS:
SY 2014-2015

Level of Education Public Private


Enrollment
Pre – Elementary
Male 3,007 2,600
Female 2,923 2,466
TOTAL 5,930 5,066
Elementary
Male 25,697 5,638
Female 23,399 4,478
TOTAL 49,096 10,941
Secondary
Male 11,432 4,833
Female 10,332 4,832
TOTAL 21,764 9,665
No. of Teachers
Elementary 1,417

Secondary 739
Facilities
No. of Schools
Pre- Elementary 52
Elementary 52
Secondary 11
Academic Classrooms
Elementary 1,492
Secondary 471
Desk
Pre-Elementary 3,707
Secondary 0

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Armchairs
Pre-Elementary 34,470
Secondary 18,865
Textbooks
Pre-Elementary
Secondary

Total enrollment in Primary (Base Year) 43,399


Primary School Enrollment Rate GER-98.27%NER- 80.75%
Number of Children who finish Grade 6 in base year 8,194
No. of children enrolled in Grade 1 in base year 6 8,460
% of those who enrolled in Grade 1 who finish Grade 6 96.86%
Total enrollment in secondary school (base year) 20,986
Secondary School Enrollment Rate GER-67.89%NER- 46.63%
No. of children who finish high school in base year 5,563
No. of children enrolled in first year base year 4 6,234
% of those who enroll in first year who finish high school 89.23%

II NON-FORMAL EDUCATION

BASIC LITERACY (CBBLP)

Enrollment
Program No. of Classes Total
Male Female
1. CB-LP Community Base Basic
Learning Package 9-28 yrs. Old No Data
2. Mobile Program 5-59 yrs. Old 21 447 293 740
3. Family Literacy 15-59 yrs. old No Data
4. Literacy in Rehabilitation Center
BJMP 15-39 yrs. Old 2 50 0 52
City Jail (Women’s Disk) 2 0 53 55
Balay Dalayunan 8-19 yrs. Old - -
5.Female Functional14-71 yrs. Old
Total

CEP- OTHER PROGRAMS

No. of Enrollment Elementary & Total Grand


Actual A & E Takers Total
Classes Secondary Level Total
Male Female Male Female
ALS A & E Classes 11 1,622 1,003 2,625 1,067 693 1,760

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III TERTIARY EDUCATION

A. PRIVATE SCHOOLS / COLLEGES / UNIVERSITIES (SY 2008-2009) - 25

Colleges - 19
Universities - 6

1. ABE – International College of Business & Economics (Iloilo) 14. John B. Lacson College Foundation – Molo
2. ACLC College 15. John B. Lacson College Foundation – Arevalo
3. ACSI Business and Computer School , Inc 16. Santa Isabel College of Iloilo City
4. AMA Computer College. . 17. St. Anne College of Iloilo
5. Cabalum Western College 18. St. Paul University – Iloilo
6. Central Philippine University 19. St. Therese College - MTC La Fiesta
7. Colegio de San Jose 20. St. Therese College - MTC Magdalo
8. Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus 21. St. Vincent Ferrer Seminary
9. Hua Siong College of Iloilo, Inc. 22. STI College Iloilo
10. Iloilo Doctors College 23. University of Iloilo
11. Iloilo Doctors College – Medicine 24. University of San Agustin
12. IMAP School of Midwifery 25. Western Institute of Technology
13. Interface Computer College

B. PUBLIC / COLLEGES / UNIVERSITIES - 4


Colleges - 2
Universities - 2

1. West Visayas College of Science & Technology


2. West Visayas State University
3. University of the Philippine in the Visayas
4. Iloilo City College (as per ordinance # 275-2011)

TABLE NO. 57 ENROLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND BY GENDER :SY 2014 – 2015

Enrolment
Educational Level Public Private Total
Male Female Male Female Male Female Grand Total
Undergraduate 3,849 3,109 25,380 26,279 29,229 29,388 58,617
Post Graduate 30 77 1,299 748 1,329 825 2,154
Masteral 149 213 483 1,174 632 1,387 2,019
Doctorate 35 26 52 104 87 130 217
Total 4,063 3,425 27,214 28,305 31,277 31,730 63,007
Source: CHED, Region VI, Jaro, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 58 GRADUATES BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND BY GENDER :SY 2013 – 2014

Graduates
Educational Level Public Private Total
Male Female Male Female Male Female Grand Total
Undergraduate 525 553 3,308 4,020 3,833 4,573 8,406
Post Graduate 9 20 420 68 429 88 517
Masteral 6 20 114 91 120 111 231
Doctorate 4 3 12 16 16 19 35
Total 544 596 3,854 4,195 4,398 4,791 9,189
Source: CHED, Region VI, Jaro, Iloilo City

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TABLE NO. 59 ENROLMENT / GRADUATES BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION: 2014 – 2015

West Visayas College of Science & Technology (WVCST)


Enrollment SY 2014 - 2015 Graduates SY 2013 -2014
Level of Education Gender Gender
Male Female Total Male Female Total
Secondary 166 211 377 48 44 92
Vocational Level (Evening Class) 284 123 407 92 42 134
College Level 3,843 3,115 6,958 526 553 1,079
Masteral Level 176 245 421 6 20 26
Doctoral Level 33 26 59 4 3 7
Non – Formal 148 216 364 148 216 364
Other Related Information ,Diploma in 33 81 114 9 20 29
Teaching
TOTAL 4,683 4,017 8,700 833 898 1,731
Source: WVCST, lloilo City

Total number of Teacher Number of Classrooms


Secondary – 19 Secondary - 8
Tertiary – 264 Tertiary - 196
Post Baccalaureate – 5 Post Baccalaureate - 4
Masteral – 18 Masteral - 10
Doctoral – 10 Doctoral - 7
Non-Formal – 30 Non-Formal - 13

TABLE NO. 60 ENROLMENT / GRADUATES BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION: 2014 – 2015

West Visayas State University (WVSU)


Enrollment SY 2014 - 2015 Graduates SY 2013 -2014
Level of Education Gender Gender
Male Female Total Male Female Total
Pre-Elementary 15 34 49 15 23 38
Elementary 152 203 355 25 52 77
Secondary 72 111 183 21 24 45
Tertiary 1,447 5,294 6,741 272 932 1,204
Post Baccalaureate 53 470 523 5 68 73
Masteral 286 926 1212 45 93 138
Doctoral 88 182 270 4 11 15
Doctor of Medicine 176 266 442 37 59 96
Non-Formal 161 495 656 299 526 825
TOTAL 2,450 7,981 10,431 723 1,788 2,511
Source: WVSU, Iloilo City

Number of Teachers
Tertiary – 251
Secondary & Elementary – 11
Number of Classrooms
Tertiary – 73
Secondary – 11
Elementary - 6

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TABLE NO. 61 ENROLMENT/GRADUATES BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND BY GENDER: SY 2014 – 2015


(ILOILO CAMPUS ONLY)

University of the Philippines


Enrollment SY 2014 - 2015 Graduates SY 2013 – 2014
Level of education Gender Gender
Male Female Total Male Female Total
Secondary 115 173 288 25 37 62
Baccalaureate / Tertiary / College
Courses 227 671 898 41 150 191
Post Baccalaureate 6 14 20 0 0 0
Advance Education / Graduate Studies
A. Masteral 72 133 205 11 17 28
B. Doctoral 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 420 991 1,411 77 204 281
Source : UPV

TABLE NO. 62 NUMBER OF ENROLMENT BY GENDER SY 2014-2015

ILOILO CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Level of Education Gender Total
Male Female
Tertiary 109 420 529
Source: ICC

Number of Teachers – 25
Number of Classrooms - 12

TABLE NO. 63 ENROLMENT/GRADUATES BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND BY GENDER: SY 2014 – 2015

Technical Institute of Iloilo City


Enrollment SY 2014 - 2015 Graduates SY 2013 – 2014
Level of Education Gender Gender
Male Female Total Male Female Total
Electrical Technology 100 8 108 53 1 54
Construction Technology 54 13 67 30 7 37
Automotive Technology 41 0 41 20 1 21
EIM NC II 24 1 25 103 9 112
ATS NC II 24 1 25
Masonry NC II 20 0 20
Carpentry NC II 21 1 22
Plumbing NCII 17 3 20
Consrtruction Painting NC II 20 5 25
Service Engine 25 0 25
TOTAL 346 32 378

Number of Teachers – 12
Number of Classmates – 14

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IV TECHNICAL / VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

TABLE NO. 64 NUMBER OF ENROLMENT OF SCHOOL BASED PROGRAM


BY TYPE OF SCHOOLS

Technical Education Public Private


Enrollment SY 2014 – 2015

Male 1,716 2,594


Female 206 3,951

TOTAL 1,922 6,545


Graduates SY 2012 – 2014 & CY 2015

Male 1,166 1,772


Female 159 2,716
TOTAL 1,325 4,488
No. of Schools / Training Center offering TVET as of
December 22, 2014 2 37
Source : TESDA

LIST OF SCHOOLS / AGENCIES / CENTERS OFFERING TECHNICAL / VOCATIONAL


COURSES AND TRAINING

A. PUBLIC 2

1. Technical Institute of Iloilo City/ helping Foundation, Inc.


2. Technical Education of Skills Development Authority (TESDA) regional Training Center-ILoilo

B. PRIVATE 37

1. ABBA Institute of Technology, Inc.


2. ABE International College of Business and Economic
3. ACLCCollege of Iloilo City
4. APL Ameta Training Center, Inc.
5. Central Philippine University
6. CNC Language Center, Inc
7. Columbus Language Center, Inc.
8. Fil-Can Driving School, Inc.
9. Iloilo Doctors’ College
10. Iloilo Vocational Technical School, Inc
11. Institute of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management, Inc.
12. Jinsoo Foreign Language Institute
13. John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (Molo), Inc.
14. KRYZ Culinary Arts and Restaurant Services Institute (KCARSI)
15. Lifeline International Health Institute
16. Long Top Quality International Training Center, Inc.
17. Mount Carmel Security Agency and Training Academy, Inc.
18. MTM English Talking Online Tutorial Inc.
19. Neo International Language Center, Inc.
20. Prime Perfect Hands,Inc.
21. Professional Electronic Institute, Inc.
22. Philippine Call Center Institute, Inc.

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23. RRLS Information and Communication Technology Academy, Inc.


24. SEAMAC International Training Insitute, Inc.
25. St. Anne College of Iloilo, Inc.
26. St Augustine School of Nursing-Iloilo
27. St. Nicolas Training Institute
28. St. Paul University – Iloilo
29. St. Therese MTC Colleges La Fiesta Site, Inc.
30. St Therese MTC Colleges Magdalo, Inc.
31. System Technology Institute (STI)-Iloilo, Inc.
32. Techno Development Institute & Assessment Center, Inc.
33. University of San Agustin
34. University of Iloilo
35. WCU Development and Training Center
36. Western Institute of Technology
37. Woori Tutorial Center, Inc

VII. HOUSING

TABLE NO. 65 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS, NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS, HOUSEHOLD POPULATION, AND RATIO OF
HOUSEHOLDS AND HOUSEHOLD POPULATION TO OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY TYPE OF BUILDING: 2010

Households Ratio
Total Population Household
Number of Households
Type of Building/House and City/Municipality Occupied Population to
Households to occupied
housing Units Occupied
Housing Units
Housing Units
Total 82,272 90,681 421,976 1.0 4.8
Single House 81,091 84,388 396,748 1.0 4.9
Duplex 2,786 2,838 11,893 1.0 4.3
Multi- Unit Residential 2,694 2,738 10,546 1.0 3.9
Commercial/Industrial/Agricultural 557 565 2,169 1.0 3.9
Institutional Living Quarters 59 66 271 1.0 4.6

Other Housing Unit 13 13 55 1.0 4.2


Not Reported 72 73 294 1.0 4.1
Source: National Statistic Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

TABLE NO. 66 NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF BUILDING AND TENURE STATUS OF THE LOT
ILOILO CITY: 2010
Type of Building
Tenure Status of
Total Multi –Unit Commercial/ Institutional Other Not
the Lot and Single
Households Duplex Residential Industrial/ Living Housing Reported
City/Municipality House
Agricultural Quarters Unit
Total 90,681 84,388 2,838 2,738 565 66 13 73
Owned/being
48,117 45,707 1,330 822 226 14 - 18
amortized
Rented 9,992 8,212 604 929 221 21 - 5
Rent-free with
22,357 20,774 663 772 88 23 - 37
consent of owner
Rent-free without 7,005 159 118 1 - 11
7,319 25
consent of owner
Not Applicable 2,894 2,688 82 97 5 7 19 2

Not Repoted 2 2 - - - - - -
Source: National Statistic Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

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Table No. 67 Building Permits Processed By District and By Type of Construction & Cost, CY 2014

Residential Commercial/Industrial Institutional Others Total


District Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost
No. No. No. No. No.
Floor Area Floor Area Floor Area Floor Area Floor Area
City 10 P 13,766,210.77 124 P 176,779,557.00 2 P 50,781,890.25 0 - 136 P 241,327,658.02
Proper 1597.36 m2 31,028.96 m2 2444.16 m2 35,070.48 m2
-
Molo 26 P 32,976,993.94 23 P 45,441,149.29 0 0 - 49 P 78,418,143.23
3938.48 m2 8991.49 m2 - 12,929.97 m2

Arevalo 87 P 115,145,791.87 10 P 37,300,061.02 1 P 1,050,000.00 0 - 98 P 153,495,852.89


12,511.50 m2 3480.67 m2 300 m2 - 16,292.17 m2
.
Jaro 162 P 174,530,006.78 68 P 203,269,087.06 3 P 5,728,400.40 7 P 8,196,623.75 240 P 391,724,117.99
21,285,55 m2 34,787.76 m2 774.95 m2 988.35 m2 57,836.61 m2
.
La Paz 100 P 145,339,786.45 38 P 334,887,127.30 4 P 6,853,143.00 1 P 316,876.29 143 P 487,396,933.04
15,947.85 m2 33,296.97 m2 1877.30 m2 27 L.M. 27 L.M.
51,122.12 m2

Man- 224 246,852,392.94 94 0 - 5 P 1,433,087.56 323 P 1,778,758,651.07


durriao P 1,530,473,170.57
27,421.46 m2 123,918.23m2 - 99.68 m2 151,439.37 m2

Total 609 728,611,182.75 357 P2,328,150,152.24 10 P 64,413,433.65 13 P 9,946,587.60 989 P 3,131,121,356.24


82,702.20 m2 235,504.08 m2 5396.41 m2 27 L.M. 27 L.M.
1,088,03 m2 324,690.72 m2
Source: City Engineer’s Office, Iloilo City

Note:
Floor Area - in Square Meter (M²)
Fence - in Linear Meter (L.M)

No. of Building Permits Processed By District And By Type of Construction Iloilo City 2014

700
609
600

500

400 357

300

200

100
10 13
0
Residential Commercial Industrial Institutional Others

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No. of Building Permits Processed By District And By Type of Construction Iloilo City 2014

3,000,000,000.00

2,500,000,000.00 2,382,150,152.24

2,000,000,000.00

1,500,000,000.00
728,611,182.75
1,000,000,000.00

500,000,000.00
64,143,433.65 9,946,587.60
0.00
Residential Commercial/Industrial Institutional Others

Table No. 68 List of Subdivisions by District Iloilo City: 2014

District/Lot Number Owner Location


LA PAZ
1.Cejar Ledesma (Lot 4039-D) Cejar Ledesma Brgy. Ticud
Nieves Montinola Abelido
2. Nieves Montinola Abelido (Lot 3445-A) Brgy. Baldoza
m/to Roberto Abelido
3. Valderama Subd. (Lot 3468,346-C,3451-A Brgy. Baldoza
4. Dequito Beatriz Subdivision (Lot 3472) Dequito Beatriz Brgy. Baldoza
5. Asico Subdivision (Lot 3457-B & F) Emma Asico m/to Pacifico Asico Brgy. Baldoza
Sps: Alejandro D. Santiago Sr,
6. Woodland Subdivision (Lot 22 of 3373, 3374, 3375, 3376 & 3394) Brgy. Jereos
& Francisca Santiago
7. Dayot Subdivision (Lot 3378,3391) Candelaria Dayot Brgy. Jereos
8. Ledesco Subdivision (City Homes) Ledesco Dev. Corp. Brgy. Banuyao/Tabuc Suba
9. Ledesco Subdivision (Main)(Lot 2223, 4011, 4028, & 4027) Ledesco Dev. Corp Brgy. Tabuc Suba/Brgy.
10. Puerto Real Subdivision (Lot 4029) Fil Estate Dev. Corp Brgy. Tabuc Suba
11. San Gregorio (Lot 3486, 3664-C-10) Brgy. South Lopez-Jaena
VL Subd. Homeowners
12. VL Subdivision (Lot 359-C) Brgy. Gustilo
Association
13. Henber Realty Dev. Corp. (Villa San Lorenzo) (Lot 3317-B, 3809, Henry Chusuey & Bernan
Brgy. Loboc
34-B-1 & 2) Certeza
14. Green Paradise Development Corp. (Lot 3037, 3514) Green Paradise Dev. Corp. Brgy. Kaingin
15. Holy Family Village (Lot 3460) Candelaria Dayot Brgy. Loboc
16. Leofel Village Subdivision (Lot 4039-O, P & 4042) Danilo Soratorio Brgy. Ticud
17. Relocation Site (Lot 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 4044-B) City of Iloilo Brgy. San Isidro
18. Prime Estates Iloilo (Lot 3775-C & 3747-L) Henry Chusuey Brgy. Nabitasan
19. EON Realty and Development Corp. Brgy. Nabitasan
MANDURRIAO
1. Doña Ana Ros (BLK. 20,22 &23) (Lot 2169-C, 2189, 2766-D,2922, Landheights (Iloilo) Brgy. Hibao-an
2924, 2931, 3092-C, et. al) Development Corporation Brgy. Guzman-Jesena

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Brgy. Calajunan
2. Aurelio Lopez Subdivision(Lot 2532, 2533-A, 2533-C, 5039-A) Aurelio Lopez Brgy. Tabucan Airport
3. Angeles Escarilla (Lot 3239-B & 3138) Angeles Escarilla Brgy. Tabucan Airport
4. Angeles Escarilla (Lot 3105-A) Angeles Escarilla Brgy. Tabucan Airport
5. Dr. Angel de Leon (St. Jude Subdivision) (Lot 3039-C, D & E) Dr. Angel De Leon Brgy. Tabucan Airport
6. Villa Perla Subdivision (Lot 3139-A-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8) Perla Valencia Brgy. Tabucan Airport
7. Pueblo Concepcion Subdivision (Lot 3, 2352, & 2361, 2346, 2349, Emilia J. Miraflores Brgy. Navais
2350-A \& B & 2351)
8. Salvacion Monteclaro (Lot 2366-Part) IVQ Landholdings Inc. Brgy. Calajunan
9. Corville Subdivision (Lot 2389, 2596-2990-B) Timoteo Jusayan Brgy. Q. Abeto-Mirasol
10. Sumcio Subd. (Lot 2126-C) Exequiel Sumcio Brgy. Q. Abeto-Mirasol
11. AMES Subdivision (Lot 3144-A, 3157-A & 3156) Amelia Igbante Brgy. Q. Abeto-Mirasol
12. Austery Realty Development Corporation(Lot 2140-A-1, 2140-A-2 Austery Realty Development
Brgy. Pale
2140-A-3, 2140 A-4, 2140-A-5) Corporation
13.Jeffersons Ville Subdivision (Lot 3257 A-2,3266-B & 2278) Jeco Dev. Corp Brgy. Pale
14. JEM Subdivision (Lot 3 (2489 & 2458, 2461-E-3A) Josefa Escarilla Mabunay Brgy. Guzman-Jesena
15. C.A Green World Subdivision (Lot 3012-B-3, 7-B-1-E of 2178) Cirilo Igbante Brgy. Guzman-Jesena
Brgy. Guzman-Jesena/
16. Vic Imperial Subdivision Phase IV (Lot 3012-A-1) Vicente Tiu
Brgy. Oñate De Leon
17. Vic Imperial Subdivision Phase V (Lot 6 & 7-A, 2172, 2177, 2179, Brgy. Guzman-Jesena
Vicente Tiu
& 2931) Brgy. Oñate De Leon
Brgy. Guzman-Jesena
18. Vic Imperial Subdivision Phase VI (Lot 2170-C & 2171) Vicente Tiu
Brgy. Oñate De Leon
19. JMF Subd. (Lot 2253) Josefa Mirasol Florete Brgy. Guzman-Jesena
20. Summerview Subdivision (Lot 2252) Jusayan, Timoteo Brgy. Guzman-Jesena
21. Nonette Luenberger (Lot 2143) Brgy. PHHC-B
22. Abeto Subd. (Lot 2121) Cecilia Abeto Brgy. Sta. Rosa
23. PHHC-A Subdivision(Lot 2125, 2129, 2124, 2135, 2136, 2144
NHA Brgy. PHHC-A
& 2157-B)
24. Huervas Subd. (Lot 2147) Candelaria Huervas Brgy. Dungon
25. Eduardo Cuaycong c/o C. Huervas (Lot 2149-part) Candelaria Huervas Brgy. Dungon
26. Villa Alegre Subdivision (Lot 2110-B-2-C) Alegria V. Diolosa Brgy. Buhang
27. NHA Subdivision (Lot 3193) NHA Brgy. Bakhaw
28. Sacred Heart Subdivision Phase I & II (Lot 2169-C, 2189, 2766-D,
Rene Golez Brgy. Hibao-an
2922, 2924, 2931, 3092-C, et al.)
29. CTI Subdivision (Lot 2181-E-7, 2181-D-1 & 2) Cirilio T. Igbante Brgy. Hibao-an
30. Amys Ville Subdivision (Lot 2184,2187 & 2186) Amelia Igbante Brgy. Hibao-an
31. Cadelva Subdivision Camp Delgado Village (Lot 2150-A) Camp Delgado Villagers Ass. Brgy. Dungon
32. Westwood Subd. (Lot 2146-D, 2150-D, 2160, 2161, et. Al) Henber Realty Dev. Corp. Brgy. Dungon
Western Institute of Technology
33. Witrap Village (Lot 2946-B) Brgy. Hibao-an
Retirement Ass’n. Plan Inc.
34. St. Claire Subdivision (Lot 2842, 2826-A) Amelia Igbante Brgy. San Isisdro
Sta. Lucia Realty Dev. Corp. & Brgy. Hibao-an/ San
35. Monte Rosa Subd. (2948, 2775, 2938, 2937, 2936, 2935, 2970, et. Al.)
La Filipina Uygongco Corp. Isidro/Calajunan
36. The Grove Subd. (Lot 2140-C-1) Seven JJ Brother’s Corp. Brgy. Pale
37. First Home Subd. Lot 38 Blk. 8 Injap Land Corp. Brgy. Navais
38. Sto. Domingo J. Villages Phase 1 & 2 2415-A, 2397-G-4-B-1 Olivia Java Oñate De Leon
39. L.J. Ledesma (Lot 2404-B) Salvacion Monteclaro Brgy. Calajunan
40. Vic Imperial Subd. (Lot 2358-B-2, 2544) Brgy. Onate De Leon
41.Dayot Relocation Site (Lot 2356-B) Brgy. Onate De Leon
42. Capaque Subd. (Lot 2140) Brgy. Pale
43. Happy Homes Subd. (lot 2403, 2400, 2404-A, 2399) Zion Land Dev’t Ph. Inc. Brgy. Onate De Leon
44.Ramar Subd.Lot 7 ( 2212, 2214, 2217) Timoteo Jusayon Brgy. Guzman Jesena
45. Landheights Subd. VI (Lot 3012-B-1 & 3012-B-2) Brgy. Guzman Jesena
46. Benito Lopez Subd. (Lot 2418) Candelaria Huervas Brgy. Dungon
47. NHA Subd. Brgy. Bolilao
48. C.A. Greenworld Dev’t. Corp. (Lot 19-2826-A) Brgy. San Isidro
JARO
1. Lizares & Co. Inc. (Lot 2269, 2265-A) Lizares & Co. Inc. Brgy. Tabuc Suba
2. Villa Consolacion Subdivision (Lot 2266) Villa Consolacion Brgy. Tabuc Suba

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3. Banker’s Village (Lot 2297, 2275, 2269 & 2261, 2415, 2298) Esteban Tajanlangit Brgy. Tabuc Suba/Cubay
4. Petalsville Subdivision(Lot 2414, 2278-B-1-B-1, 2278- B1-B-2) Rosario Tajanlangit Brgy. Tabuc Suba
6. Consuelo Jiz de Ortega (Lot 2287) Consuelo Jiz de Ortega Brgy. Tabuc Suba
7. Remonville Subdivision (Lot 2289-F)) Remonville Inc. Brgy. Tabuc Suba
8. Modern Homes Subdivision (Lot 2290) Amadon Garcia Brgy. Tabuc Suba
9. Villa Rica Subdivision (Lot 2293-A, 2418) Wetern Land Dev’t. Corp. Brgy. Cubay
10. Kahirup Village Subdivision (Lot 2293) St. Joseph Realty Dev’t. Corp Brgy. Cubay
11. Greenfield Subdivision (Lot 2235, 2337, 2338) Javelosa Dev’t. Corp. Brgy. Cubay
12. St. Joseph Subdivision (Lot 34-A, B, C, D & E) St Joseph Realty Corp. Brgy. Cubay
13. Brookside Subdivision (Lot 2227) Quin Baterna Realty Corp. Brgy. Cubay
14. Datu Puti Subdivision (Lot 2233) Zenvivi Aqua Res. Inc. Brgy. Cubay
15. Ledesco Subdivision (Main)(Lot 2223, 4011, 4022 & 4027) Ledesco Dev’t Corp. Brgy. Cubay
16. Solanie Agro. Ind. Corp. (Lot Villa las Palmas) (Lot 2147, 2266
Solanie Agro. Ind. Corp Brgy. Quintin Salas
& 2265)
17. Jairod Subdivision (Lot 2138, 2139, 2142, 2143 & 2409) Jalandoni Rodriguez Brgy. Quintin Salas
18. Vic Imperial Res. & Dev. Corp (Lot 9-B) Vic Tiu Brgy. Quintin Salas
19. Alta Tierra, Phase III, IV, V (Lot 2144) Alta Tierra Res. Inc Brgy. QuintinSalas/
Balabago/Hechanova
20. St. Alphonsus Realty Development (Lot 2300-B-2) St. Alphonsus Realty Dev’t Brgy. Quintin Salas
21. Landheights Iloilo Development Corp. (Lot 1 4346-B-3, 4486) Vic Tiu Brgy. Quintin Salas
22. Gran Plain Subdivision (Lot 3903, 3956, & 3958) Manuel Hechanova Brgy. Hechanova
23. Jalbuena Brod. Realty, Inc. Dr. F. Jalbuena (Lot 4466-A & 3779) Jalbuena Brod. Realty Inc. Brgy. Hechanova
24. Dr. Manuel V. Hechanova Subdivision (Lot 2408 & 2144) Manuel V. Hechanova Brgy. Hechanova
25. Alta Tierra, Phase I & II (Lot 2144) Alta Tierra Res. Inc. Brgy. Balabago
26. Lucky Homes Subdivision (Lot 2256 & 2144) Jesena Ralty Brgy. Balabago
27. Ledesco Subd. (City Homes) Ledesco Dev’t. Corp. Brgy. Balabago
28. Landheights Iloilo Development Corp. (Lot 1 & 2386-A-3) Vic Tiu Realty Brgy. Balabago
29. Candelaria Dayot Subdivision (Lot 2217, 2412-B, C, D) Candelaria Dayot Brgy. Balabago
30. VML VII (Lot 2183-C) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. Balabago
31. VML VIII (Lot 2183-D) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. Balabago
32. Coastal View Subdivision (Lot 1 & 2386-A-3) Rojas Macalalag Javelosa Brgy. Balabago
33. Green Valley Subdivision (Lot 2118-B) R & D Realty & Dev’t. Corp. Brgy. Buhang
34. Laure Subdivision (Lot 2118-A) Brgy. Buhang
35. Lorgio Ledesma Subdivision (Lot 2137) Lorgio Ledesma Brgy. Buhang/Balabago
36. Chateaux Geneva (Lot 2378, 2379-A, 2330-E, 2330-D-2) Pacific Rehouse Corp. Brgy. Buhang/Balabago
37. MYL Subdivision (Lot 2210-A) MYL Integrated Corp. Brgy. Buhang/Balabago
38. CA Greenworld (Lot 4347-B) Doroteo Igrante Brgy. Quintin Salas
39. Lawa-an Subdivision (Lot 2399-F) Lawa-an Lopez Brgy. Balantang
40. Remyco Realty,Inc. (Lot 4369) Remyco Realty,Inc. Brgy. Balantang
41. Ofelia Village (Lot 2318) Bernan Certeza Brgy. Balantang
42. Bernan Celiz Subdivision (Lot 2420 & 2421) Stella Maris (Jaro) Realty Brgy. Balantang
Corp.
43. Evelyn Manor Subdivision (Lot 2330-A-1) Evelyn Manor Brgy. Balantang
44. Dolmax Subdivision (Lot 3807-A) Carlos Guaderrama Brgy. Camalig
45. Asico Subdivision (Lot 3807-E) Brgy. Camalig
46. Fatima Village Subdivision Phase I (Lot 2332-A & B) Fatima Village Subd. Brgy. Tagbac
47. Fatima Village Subdivision Phase II (Lot 2332-A & B) Fatima Village Subd. Brgy. Tagbac
48. South San Jose Community Subdivision (Lot 3800) Angela Celiz Brgy. Tagbac
49. Landheights Iloilo Development Corp.(Lot 2 of lots 2115, 2116, Landheights Iloilo
Brgy. Tagbac
2111,2101, 2150, 2260 & 2167) Development Corp
Landheights Iloilo
50. Landheights Iloilo Develoment Corp. (Lot 1 of lots 4317, 4316-B) Brgy. Tagbac
Development Corp
51. Landheights Ville Subdivision Phase II (Lot 2,4318, 4320, 4471, Landheights Iloilo
Brgy. Tagbac & Lanit
et. Al) Development Corp
52. Landheights Iloilo Development Corp. (Lot 2165-B) Imperial Realty Brgy. Buntatala
53. Sta. Rosa Subdivision (Lot 4470-B, 3955-C-5-A) La- Filipina Uygongco Inc. Brgy. Buntatala
Sta. Lucia Realty & Dev’t.
54. The Metropolis Subdivision (Lot 2188, 2399-E, 2399-F) Brgy. Bito-on
Corp.
55. Rosario Village Subdivision (Lot 4470-B, 3955-C-5-A) Loreto Ledesma Brgy. Tacas
56. Don Francisco Village (Lot 865 & 866) Ledesma Brgy. M.H del Pilar

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57. Salvador Gautin (Lot 852) Brgy. M.H del Pilar


58. Vic Imperial Subdivision (Lot 1307) Vic Tiu Brgy. M.H del Pilar
59. Jamerlan Subdivision (Lot 913) Brgy. M.H del Pilar
60. Miramar Village Subdivision (Lot 1058-B, Lot 1071-B) Carlos Guaderrama Brgy. Dungon-B
61. Emilia J. Miraflores (Lot 140) Emilia J. Miraflores Brgy. Dungon-B
62. Banker’s Village (Lot 1442, 1443, 1444, 1446, 1447,1448 & 1449) Esteban Tajanlangit Brgy. Dungon-B
63. La Miranda Subdivision (Lot 2) La Miranda Subd Brgy. Sambag
64. Martin Fajardo Subdivision (Lot 13-H) Martin Fajardo Brgy. Sambag
65. Angolo Subdivision (Lot 23) Perptua Magno Angolo Brgy. Sambag
66. Villa San Paulo Subdivision (Lot 1456-C) Mirasol Brgy. Sambag
67. Agustin Grove (Lot 1451,-G-2, 1449-C-1 & 1410) Agustin Grove Brgy. Sambag
68.Philippine Diversified Developers Corp. (Lot 1440, 1449-C-1, Philippine Diversified Developers
Brgy. Sambag
1451-G-2) Corp.
69. Jose Locsin Subdivision (Lot 905-J, 19-I, N & C, 1060 & 1061) Jose Locsin Brgy. Cuartero
70. C.N Hodges Subdivision (Lot 1303-BB-10-I, J, K & 906 ) Lennie Hodges Brgy. Cuartero/Calubihan
71. Villa Matilde Subdivision Bernan Certeza Brgy. Our Lady of Lourdes
73. Locsin Ville (Lot 2175-B-3) Jose Locsin Brgy. Buntatala
74. Centennial TownHomes Ariescorp. Dev. Corp. Brgy. Cubay/Balabago
75.Country Homes Jaro Robert Po Brgy. Balabago
76.Evangelical Subd. (Lot 32) Brgy. Sambag
77.Famaed John Royal Villa (Lot 2) Brgy. Sambag
78. Morning Glow Dev’t. Corp. (Princess Ville) Lot 2 of 23-A & 23-B-1 Brgy. Sambag
79.Dr. Manuel V. Hechanova (Lot 2291) Manuel V. Hechanova Brgy. Tabuc Suba/Cubay
AREVALO
1.Hrs. of Honorato Avancena (Lot 993-B) Brgy. Sto. Niño Sur
2.Rufina Avanceña (Lot 993-A & 993-D) Brgy. Sto. Niño Sur
Fernando Lopez P&T
3.Seafront & Fernando Lopez P & T (Palmares-Tingson) (Lot-B & N) Brgy. Sto. Niño Sur
(Palmares-Tiongson)
Eugenio & Fernando Lopez Brgy. Sto. Niño Norte
4. Mariquet Village Subd. (Lot 791)
Brgy. Calaparan
Jose Abad m/to Leonor
5.Fatima Village (Lot 612) Brgy. Sta. Cruz
Palacios
Landheights Realty (Iloilo) Brgy. Quezon
6.L andheights Subdivision (Phase I & II) (Lot 4 & 5, 3-B & 47-A, 218,
And Dev’t. Corp. Brgy. Dolonan
1 & 55)
Brgy. Yulo
Jovita Abad and
7. Villa Sto. Niño Subdivision (Lot 9 of 507, 875 & 880) Brgy. Bonifacio
Ma.JO-ann Abad
8. Gloryville Subd. (Lot 202) Pedro Darroca Brgy. San Jose
9.Sta. Barbara Agro-Ind. Development Corp.(Lot 349) Brgy. Sto. Domingo
Jose Abad m/to Leonor Brgy. Sto. Domingo/Sta.
10. Abad Subdivision (Lot 377)
Palacios Cruz
Brgy. Sto. Domingo\
11. Sto. Domingo Subd. (Phase I & II) (Lot 495, 473, 492, & 375) Godella Dev. & Corp.
Brgy. Bonifacio
12. Aurelio Lopez Subdivision (Lot 112, 114 & 125) Aurelio Lopez Brgy. Dolonan
13. Villa Carolina Village Phase I & II (Lot of 851 & 6, 3-B, 847-A, 812, Brgy. Yulo
A.J. Ledesma
91 & 55) Brgy. Dolonan
14 Riverville (Lot 304 & 305) Gella Realty & Dev’t Corp. Brgy. Yulo
Landheights Realty
15. Orchids Ville Subd (Lot 265, 266-C & Lot 2, 26-B & 267) Brgy. Yulo
And Dev’t. Corp.
Brgy St. Filomena
16. Princedale (Lot 301-B) IVQ Landholding, Inc.
& Brgy. Yulo
17. Relocation Site (Foreshore) Brgy. Sto. Niño Sur.
Sta. Lucia Realty Dev’t Corp.
18. Acropolis Subdivision Lot 860-B1 to 11 & 860-B-13 Brgy. San Jose
Trans Visayan Dev’t Corp.
19. Royale Residence Subdivision Lot 700-B-1,2,3 & 825-B-1 Roberto Garcia Brgy. Sta. Cruz
A & L Development Inc.
20. St. Peter Subd. Lot 376 Sto. Domingo
Angel de Leopn
Brgy. Sta. Filomena
21. Princedale Residences Lots 6-C, 6-E, 6-H, 6-G, 6-I, 6-J IVQ Landholding, Inc.
Brgy. Yulo
22. Instana Residences Lots 152-B-3, 158-b,7-B Brgy. San Jose

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860-B-12,152-A
852-D (Phase II) Brgy. Dolonan
Lot 150 (PhaseI)
23. Ciudad de Iloilo Subd. Lot 797-B & 797-C EON Realty Dev’t Corp Brgy. Calapara
24. Centennial Villas EON Realty Dev’t Corp Brgy. Sto. Niño Sur
MOLO
1. Monja Securities Corp. / M.G. Soriano Sons & Co. (Lot 1222 & 1223) M.G. Soriano Sons & CXo. Brgy. Ta-al
2. Socorro Vinson Subdivision (Lot 2024-B) Socorro Vinson Brgy. San Antonio
Brgy. South Fundidor/
3. Roberto Layson ( Lot 1825 ) Robert Layson
Brgy. North Fundidor
4. PLDT Compound Brgy. San Antonio
5. Jardeleza-Ledesma Subdivision (Lot 21-A, 21-B-1, 21-B-2, 21-B-3-D,
Jardeleza-Ledesma Brgy. San Juan
E & F)
6. Candido Yusay ( Candido Subd.) (Lot 1793, 1790 & 1789-A) Candido Yusay Brgy. North Fundidor
7. Jaime L. Forta ( Trinidad Arroyo) (Lot 1493, 1494 & 1506) Trinidad Arroyo Brgy. North Fundidor
Landheights Realty (Iloilo)
8. Vic Imperial Subd. (Lot 1701) Brgy. North Fundidor
Dev’t. Corp.
9. VML Subdivision Phase I (Lot 1774, 2089-H & lot 2) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. North Fundidor
10. VML Subdivision Phase II (Lot 1775-A-4) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. North Fundidor
Brgy. North Fundidor/Brgy.
11. VML Subdivision Phase III (Lot 1771) Vicente M. Layson
Compania
12. VML Subdivision Phase IV (Lot 1707-B-2-A-2) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. North Fundidor
13. VML Subdivision Phase V (Lot 1775-B) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. North Fundidor
14. VML Subdivision Phase VI (Lot 1711-B,) Vicente M. Layson Brgy. North Fundidor
15. Villa Pacita Subdivision (Lot 1903) Pacita So Brgy. San Juan
15. Villa Rosario Subdivision c/o Beaterio Del Rosario De Molo Beaterio del Rosario de Molo Brgy. South San Jose
( Lot 1681, 1684, 1685,1686, 1687,1688, 1689, 1690 & 1788) & North Fundidor
17. Southville Subdivision (Lot 1443, 1440, 1438-A, 1438-B-2 & 3) Conchita Tan Brgy. North San Jose
Brgy. Compania
18. Relocation Site (Lot 1858)
& Brgy. South Fundidor
19. NHA (Lot 1328) NHA Brgy. Kasing-Kasing
20. R. Layson Subd. (Lot 1786) Brgy. North Fundidor
EON Reality and Dev’t.
21. Ciudad De Iloilo Subd. (Lot 2,3,4,5,6,7,8&9) Brgy. Calumpang
Corporation
c/o Golden AC (Iloilo) Reality %
22. Royal Garden Subd. Brgy. South Fundidor
Dev’t. Corporation
23.Esteban Juntado Subd.( Lot 190 ) Esteban Juntado Brgy. Calumpang
CITY PROPER
1. Doña Aurora Subdivision Brgy. Villa Anita
Source: City Assessor’s Office, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 69 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS


OF THE OUTER WALLS AND ROOF, ILOILO CITY: 2010

Construction CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS OF THE ROOF


Materials Total Tile Half Makeshift/
of the Outer Occupied Galvanized Concrete/ Galvanized Cogon/ Asbestos Salvaged/ Not
Walls and Housing Iron/ Clay Tile Iron and Wood Nipa/ Improvised Others Reported
City/ Units Aluminum Half Anahaw Materials
Municipality Concrete
Total 82,272 75,732 922 4,339 2,664 2,647 172 718 77 1
Concrete 26 -
/Brick/ 35,382 33,982 740 425 76 39 89 5
Stone
Wood 17,496 14,331 41 485 2,132 373 78 49 7 -
Half Concrete/ 204 11 -
Brick/ 21,481 17,824 130 3,164 99 3 46
Stone/

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And Half
Wood
Galvanized Iron/ 432 358 6 52 10 3 - 3 - -
Aluminum
Bamboo/ 10,480 7,913 - 156 215 2,029 - 147 20 -
Sawali/
Cogon/
Nipa
Asbestos 16 15 - - - - 1 - 1 -
Glass 10 7 1 1 - - 1 - 1 -
Makeshift/ 1,388 829 - 46 13 57 - 441 2 -
Salvaged/
Improvised
Materials
Others 176 156 2 1 5 1 - 1 10 -
No Walls 11 10 - - - - - - 1 -
Not Reported 400 307 2 9 9 46 - 26 - 1
Source: National Statistic Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Table No. 70 Registered Socialized Housing Beneficiaries in Iloilo City under R.A 7279: 2014

District Number
Lapuz 89
Lapaz 99
Jaro 808
Mandurriao 365
Arevalo 236
City Proper 83
Molo 125
Total 1,805
Source: ICUPAO

Table No. 71 Number of Iloilo City Urban Poor Housing Tenurial Status: 2014

Number of Households
Formal Informal Renters Total
25,116 11,444 N/A 36,560

Table No. 72 Updated Numbers of Informal Settlers Colonies: 2014

Number of Households
Public Domain/Government Owned
Private Lots Total
Waterways Shoreline Road Easements

2,374 2,425 789 1,366 6,954

2,270- Creeks
104-Riverbanks
Source: ICUPAO

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Table No. 73 No. of Informal Settlers Iloilo City: 2014

DISTRICT NUMBER
Lapuz 387
Lapaz 1,453
Jaro 1,562
Mandurriao 371
Arevalo 2,351
City Proper 425
Molo 4,895
Total 11,444
Source: ICUPAO

Table No. 74 Presidential Proclamations On-Site Socialized Housing Projects,


Joint Projects of Iloilo City/Government And The
National Government: 2014

1. Barangay Veterans Village, City Proper 316


2. Barangay Gem Hughes, City Proper 41
3. Barangay Sto. Rosario Duran, City Proper 195
4. Barangay Conception, City Proper 393
173. Barangay Veterans Village, City Proper (Central Bank Prop.) 310 (tagged)
6. Brgy. Quintin Salas (TELOF), Jaro 109
7. San Pedro Calungsod (BLISS)Caingin, Lapaz 163
TOTAL NO. Of Occupants 1,527
Source: ICUPAO

Table No. 75 Assisted Community Mortgage Projects: 2014

Sitio Abacia, Barangay San Isidro, Lapaz 110


Zone 8, Barangay Calumpang, Molo 344
Urban Reform Development Assn., Tacas, Jaro 275
Katilingban Homeowner’s Assn., Brgy. Katilingban, Molo 626
Sto. Domingo Village, Brgy. Oñate de leon, Mandurriao 186
Gustilo (Zone 2) Homeowner’s Asso., La Paz 43
Rosario Village Homeowner’s Asso., Molo 218
Bayanihan Homeowner’s Asso., Jaro 46
TOTAL 1,848 households
Source: ICUPAO

DEMAND FOR RELOCATION AS OF June 2014 – 11,444


(Ejectment Cases, Local/National Govt Infra Projects, and City Ord. # 14)

Table No. 76 On going Relocation / Housing Projects and Status Of


Relocation Sites, Iloilo City Government: 2014
Note: On-going Relocation Site

Procurement
Relocation Site Area (sq.m.) No. of Sub-lots No. of Families Remarks
Cost

Iloilo River Plains 5.6 has On-going 1000 Housing Units P 8,400,000.00 On-going Site Development
Subd., Brgy.
Camalig Lanit, Jaro Continuous awarding of
qualified affected

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beneficiaries;

Construction of housing
components – Gawad
Kalinga & Cliff Housing
Project are still on-going

Hope Ville Subd., 1.19 On-going 143 households P 4,799,600 On-going Site Development
Brgy. Sambag, Jaro

On-Site Relocation

Unfinished/Under
Relocation Site Occupied Unoccupied Vacant Total Homelots
Construction
1. San Juan Molo ( Zone-3) Villanueva-Sian Lot 460 3 0 0 463
2. San Juan Molo (Zone- 1-B & 2) Borres Lot 283 0 0 0 283 (375HH)
3. South Fundidor Molo On – Site Project 73 0 0 0 73
4. East Baluarte Molo 264 0 0 0 264
5. Sto. Niño. Sur 295 0 0 0 295
6. Tanza Baybay, City Proper 99 0 0 0 99
7.North / East Timawa, Molo 238 19 10 0 267

GRAND TOTAL 1712 22 10 0 1744


Source: ICUPAO

Off-Site Relocation

Unfinished/Under
Relocation Site Occupied Unoccupied Vacant Total Homelots
Construction
1. Sooc Arevalo- IFCP 150 -0- 5 -0- 155
2. Sooc Project-1 268 -0- -0- -0- 268
3. Sooc Project-2 121 -0- 2 -0- 123
4. Sooc Project-3 236 -0- -0- -0- 236
5. Sooc Project-4 129 -0- -0- -0- 129
6. Sooc Project-5 294 -0- 1 -0- 295
7. Sooc Project-6 162 -0- -0- -0- 162
8. Sooc Project-7 126 2 -0- -0- 128
9. Bitoon New Site Jaro 354 -0- 4 -0- 358
10. San Isidro, LaPaz 244 -0- -0- -0- 244
11. Buntatala Jaro – IFCP 198 -0- 4 5 207
12. Old Lanit Jaro Site 102 -0- 7 16 125
13.Megaworld Lanit 308 -0- 26 -0- 344
14. San Isidro Uswag Subd., Jaro 481 -0- 85 46 612
15. PCUP-Elaved, Lanit Jaro 128 -0- 40 13 181
Sub-total 2,813 218 188 375 3,594
Source: ICUPAO

Housing Components Occupied Unoccupied Unfinished Total Housing Units (Actual)


1. Gawad Kalinga – Sooc 79 - 2 81
2. Gawad Kalinga - San Isidro, Jaro (Batch 1,2 & 3) 212 -0- -0- 212
(GK Batch 4) 31 1 - 32
3. Italian Housing Project – San Isidro Jaro 87 - - 87
4. Core Shelter Habitat – San Isidro Jaro 490 10 - 500
5. Cliff Housing Project – San Isidro 147 -0- -0- 147
TOTAL 1,046 11 2 2,059

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Table No. 77 Updated Status of NHA Housing Project: 2014

Number of Beneficiaries
Area
Name of Project Allocated/ Available
Location (has) Total Remarks
Awarded Lots
Iloilo River Plains, PH 1 Brgy. Lanit, Jaro 53,685.00 995 None On-going project implementation
Iloilo River Plains, PH 2 Brgy. Sooc, Arevalo 26,000.00 355 None On-going project implementation

PP 579 Veterans Village 40,280.00 585 None Awaiting approval of the


Cadastral Survey.
PP 1538 Quintin Salas 36,000.00 289 None On-going project implementation
Teachers Village Scouting for Developer for joint
Tabuc-Suba, Jaro 19,500.00 154 None
venture.
TOTAL 2,378
Source: NHA, Lapaz, Iloilo City

Table No. 78 Boarding House Commission Yearly Income (2014)

District 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr. TOTAL
Arevalo P 81,578.06 16,192.00 28,770.58 16,237.64 142,778.28
City Proper 191,534.93 132,240.80 12,161.35 8,646.00 344,583.08
Jaro 364,415.55 211,961.41 45,883.13 16,032.62 638,292.71
La Paz 141,882.19 96,651.02 46,062.47 8,461.72 293,057.40
Mandurriao 58,497.70 33,990.46 25,521.29 8,763.94 126,773.39
Molo 28,006.69 33,488.73 4,464.11 1,076.50 67,030.03
Total P 865,915.12 P 524,524.42 P 162,862.93 P 59,212.42 P 1,612,514.89
Source: Office of the Boarding Commission, CMO, Iloilo City

Table No. 79 Annual Statistical Report of Boarding Houses Inspected: 2014

District Boarding House Inspected No. of Boarding House with Permit


Arevalo 111 69
City Proper 242 161
Jaro 640 317
La Paz 379 177
Mandurriao 191 81
Molo 87 40
TOTAL 1,650 845
Source: Office of the Boarding Commission, CMO, Iloilo City

Total No. of Boarding House with Permit – 845

REAL ESTATE

Table No. 80 Minimum Cost Estimate of Land in Iloilo City


(Php - Per Sq. Meter) 2014

DISTRICT Commercial Industrial Residential


City Proper 25,000-50,000 20,000-40,000 8,000-10,000
Lapaz 15,000-25,000 15,000-20,000 5,000-8,000
Jaro 15,000-35,000 15,000-25,000 4,000-8,000
Molo 20,000-45,000 15,000-30,000 4,000-8,000
Mandurriao 25,000-45,000 15,000-35,000 4,000-8,000
Arevalo 10,000-20,000 10,000-30,000 3,000-7,000
Source: Iloilo Bankers Association

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Table No. 81 Average Rate Of Rental/Lease Of Commercial Space At City Center


(Php - Per Sq. Meter/Month) 2014
SM City P1,150.00
SM Delgado P 1,210.00
MaryMart Mall Second Floor: P350/sq. m x no. of sq.m
The Atrium P 300.00
Robinsons P 550.00 - 700.00
Gaisano City P 250.00 - 500.00
Gaisano Guano P 8,000.00 - 10,000.00
GT Plaza Mall P 300.00
Source: Malls and Business Establishments and Warehouses in Iloilo City

Table No. 82 Updated Highest Market Value Of Land (P/Sq.M.) 2014

District C-1 C-2 R-1 R-2 R-3 I-1 I-2


City Proper 22,000 21,000 9,000 8,000 7,000 12,000 8,000
Source: City Assessor’s Office, Iloilo City

Table No. 83 Average Price Per Square Meter (Fair Market Value) 2014

REISDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL


DUPLEX APARTMENT CONDOMINIUM
P 6,283.33/m2 P 6,883.33/m2 P 9,100.00/m2 P 9,100.00/m2 P 3,516.67/m2
Source: Office of the Boarding Commission, CMO, Iloilo City

VIII. PROTECTIVE SERVICES

A. NUMBER OF POLICEMEN (2014)

1. Police Commissioned Officers - 45


2. Police Non- Commissioned Officer - 781
Total 826

B. NUMBER OF POLICE STATION (2014)

1. Police Station - 6
2. Sub-Station - 4
3. Community Police Assistance Center - 9
Total 19
C. CRIME STATISTICS (2014)

1. Index Crime - 5,087


Murder - 34
Homicide - 27
Physical Injuries - 1,977

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Robbery - 186
Theft - 2,780
Rape - 36
Car napping - 43

2. Non-Index Crime - 8,839

3. Total Crime Volume - 13,926

a. Number of Crime Solved - 5,860

b. Number of Crime Unsolved - 8,066

c. Crime Solution Efficiency - 42.08%

Percentage of Crime Solved - 42.08%

Percentage of Crime Unsolved - 57.92%

Percentage of Crime Cleared - 43.72%

d. Average Annual Crime Rate

(AACR/100,000 population) - 3,099.59

e. Average Monthly Crime Rate

(AMVR/100,000 population) - 258.30

f. Population Used (Yr. 2013) - 449,285

g. Police to Population Ratio - 1:543


Source: PNP ICPO, Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City

D. CASE OF VIOLATION

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MEN WOMEN TOTAL


Blottered 284 284
Filed 34 34
Settled (referred to Lupon)
TOTAL 284 284

E. Total Number (Unit) of Patrol Car (Serviceable) - 37


F. Total Number (Unit) of Motorcycle (Serviceable) - 24
G. Number of Fireman - 105
H. Number of Fire Trucks - 41
a. Government (operational) - 13
b. Private (ICAG) (operational) - 7
c. Fil-Chinese Federation - 19
d. Fire Brigade (Panay Power Corp) - 2
I. Number of Fire Station/Sub-Station - 9
J. Number of Operational Fire Hydrants - 16
Source: ICPO

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TABLE NO. 84 FIRE INCIDENTS REPORTED: 2014

Nature/Origin/Causes Number
1. Open Flames 27
2. Electrical 74
3. Rubbish /Grassfire / Post Fire 300
4. Cigar Buffs Smoking 8
5. Fireworks / Explosion / Sparks 8
6 Flammable Liquids (LPG) 9
7. Lighted Match Sticks 3
8. Other / Under Investigation(vehicular-6, vessels-1, under investigation – 3) 10
TOTAL 439

K. Estimated Damage - P 46,607,900.00


L. Fire Code Fees Collected - P 11,691,242.20
M. Fire Prevention Activities Accomplishment (2014)
a. Number of Establishment Inspected - 14,142.00
b. Number of Building Plans Reviewed - 1,236.00
c. Number of Fire Drill Completed - 293
d. Fire Prevention Lectures Conducted - 397
e. Number of Volunteer Fire Brigade Trained - 7
f. Total Number of Deaths in Fire Incidents Reports - 1
Source: Bureau of Fire Protection, Iloilo City: 2014

N. Total Number of Private Security / - 5,390


Company/ (Local Base/ Non-Base Panay Area )
Guard Force (CGF) /Government Guard Force
(GGF), Iloilo City: 2012
Source: FEASAGS, Camp Martin Delgado, Fort San Pedro, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 85 TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS STATISTICAL REPORT,


ILOILO CITY: 2014

Type of Accidents Number


1. Vehicles Vs. Vehicles 5,246
2. Vehicles Vs. Pedestrian 368
3. Vehicles Vs. Fixed Objects 79
4. Vehicular Accident ( Non- Collision) 73
TOTAL 5,766
Source: TMEU

TABLE NO. 86 TYPES AND NUMBER OF CASUALTIES: 2014

Type of casualties Number


1. Killed 16
2. Injured 1,175
TOTAL 1,191
Source: TMEU

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TABLE NO. 87 STATISTICS ON STATUS OF TRAFFIC CASES, ILOILO CITY: 2014

Status of Traffic Cases Number


1. Filed 2
2 .Settled 5,316
3. Pending 448
TOTAL 5,766
Source: TMEU

TABLE NO. 88 STATISTICS ON TRAFFIC VIOLATION,


ILOILO CITY: 2014

NO. ORDINANCE NO. NAME: NO. OF VIOLATION


1 35 (OUTSIDE ROUTE-TRICYCLE) P 500 30
2 49 (PERIMETER BOUNDARY) P 1,000 35
3 159 (ROUTE PAINTED ON WINDSHIELD PUJ’S) P 200 2
4 186 (OUTSIDE ROUTE CITY LOOPS) P 300 183
5 195 (MIDC) P 300 544
6 199 (LOAD/UNLOAD) P 200 9,030
7 218-A (COLORUM (VANS L300) P 3,000 2
8 218-B (COLORUM (TRICYCLE) P 500 191
9 225 (SMOKING) P 500 387
10 246 (TRUCKBAN) P 500 645
11 277 (STEREO BAN) P 200 65
12 324-A (CAUGHT COLLECTING IN ISSUANCE OF PASSES) P 5,000 0
13 324-B (PICKING UP PASSENGERS OUTSIDE PERIMETER TERMINAL) P 3,000 40
14 324-C (MANUFACTURING/TAMPERING/DUPLICATING CAR PASS) P 10,000 0
15 324-D (ISSUED PUJ’S PASS FAILED TO DISPLAY) P 500 6
16 324-E (OTHER VIOLATION) P 300 489
17 393-A (DISREGARDING) P 200 13,788
18 393-B (ONE WAY) P 300 2,502
19 393-C (EXPIRED DRIVER’S LISENCE) P 500 2,944
20 393-D (DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF LIQUORS) P 5,000 4
21 393-A (OBSTRUCTION) P 200 6,695
22 393-B (PARKING) P 300 1,642
23 394 (NO CRASH HELMET) P 500 2,113
24 191 (CLAMPING) P 1,000 104
25 605 (SENIOR CITIZEN FAILURE TO HAZARD) P 200 12
TOTAL 41,453

TABLE NO. 89 PNP TRAFFIC PERSONNEL: 2014

Traffic Manpower Number


a. Transportation Management & Traffic Regulation Office personnel 17
b. Special Operation Team 13
c. Licensing Section
d. DS Iloilo City Police Office 9
e. DS Iloilo City Treasurers Office 2
f. DS ,SP 3
g. D Kagawad ( Vice Mayor, Mayor”s Office) 3
h. DS Crisis Management center 1
i. Traffic Guard ( 1st Relief City Proper) 35
j. Traffic Guard (2nd Relief City Proper) 33
k. Traffic Guard (1st Relief Lapaz ) 20
l. Traffic Guard (2nd Relief Lapaz) 19

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m. Traffic Guard (1st Relief Jaro ) 25


n. Traffic Guard (2nd Relief Jaro ) 24
o. Traffic Guard (1st Relief Molo ) 27
p. Traffic Guard (2nd Relief Molo ) 26
q. Traffic Guard (1st Relief Mandurriao ) 20
r. Traffic Guard (2nd Relief Mandurriao ) 20
s. Traffic Motorcycle Guard 8
t. Traffic Accident Investigator 15
u. On Service Schooling 2
v. DS Accountaing Office 1
w. DS Task force Alambre 1
x. DS Executive Assistant 1

TOTAL
Source: TMTRO, TIES

TABLE NO. 90 TOTAL NUMBERS OF AUXILIARY POLICE: 2014

District Number
Jaro 5
La Paz 2
City Proper 34
Mandurriao 6
Molo 8
Arevalo 3
Others (Personnel Assigned in the office) 6
Pavia Housing 2
Total 68
Source: ICPO

Total Number Unit of Patrol Car ( Serviceable) - 2


Total Number of Motorcycle ( Serviceable ) - 2

TABLE NO. 91 BJMP STATISTICAL DATA 2014


(Male Dormitory)

ICDJ-MD ICDJ-FD
Jail Population 798 One Hundred Four (104)
Conviction By Sex 56 Eleven (11) Insular prosoners; Four (4) City prisoner
Detained 769 One Hundred Four (104)
Released 525 Forty-five (45) inmates were released for CY 2014
Total Jail Floor Area 943 sq. m. 300 sq. meters
Major Rehabilitation 94% Implementation of Therapeutic Community Repainting of jail facility, repair of the roof in thekitchen
Modality Program area
Program/Projects Enrolment of Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs) to Beaded Purse making, Rug skills Making, Choral
AlkanSSSya Program of SSS Contest, Mothly Activities of Inmates, Consighnment of
beads Product at TINUKIB, NACOCOW
Conduct of Four (4) skills training sponsored by a
religious groups

Implementation of Thirteen (13) different livelihood


programs

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Regular conduct of Paralegal services to PDLs

Guidance and counseling conducted by BJMP


personnel & Reional service Providers Council
9RSPC) - Iloilo

Implementation of E-Dalaw Program

Enrolment of PDL’s under the Philhealth program of the


government

Launching of BJMP’s Fair Share for Gray Hair Program


for the Elderly PDLs

Conversion of jail facility to eco-jail facility conduve for


the development of PDLs.
Educational/Vocational Twenty-one (21) PDL’s took the Department of Alternative Learning System: sixteen (16) High School
Training Education (Dep Ed) Accreditation and Equivalency Test and Two (2) Elementary/Livelihood Training Program
(A7E) in elementary & secondary on January 11, 2015. conducted by PEII
Religious Activities 100% of PDLs are involved in religious activities Bible sharing, Novena every night; Prayer Meetings
provided by different religious denominations. from Monday-Friday, Mass every Sunday 7 1st Friday of
the month
Recreational Activities 100% of PDLs are involved in Ten (10) recreational Video singing; Film Showing/TV Viewing; Indoor Games
(culture & sports) activities provided by bureau. (Scrabble, Chess)
Health Services 100% of PDLs were provided by Medical/Dental Medical and Dental Missions; with one (1) jail nurse
Services offered by Local Health Units, religious
organization, non-government organizations, schools
and the regional Health Service Unit of this region.

TABLE NO. 92 STATISTICS ON DRUG CASES, ILOILO CITY: 2014

Months No of Case Filed No. of Cases On Trial No. of Pushers No. of Users
(RA 6425 & 9165) apprehended apprehended
( Arrested ) ( Arrested )
January 13 6 2

February 26 16 15
March 37 23 5
April 32 20 1
May 37 3 17
June 20 4 6
July 22 11 -
August 21 12 8
September 17 5 2
October 26 14 4
November 19 9 9
December 15 10 1

Total 285 133 70

Source: Phil. Drug Enforcement Agency Region 6, Camp Martin Delgado, Iloilo City

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IX. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

Table No. 93 Total Number Of New Business Establishments By Major


Classifications by District and By Total Capitalization
Iloilo City: January – December, 2014
D i s t r i c t
Major City % of Total
Total
Classification Proper Jaro La Paz Mandurriao Molo Arevalo Total Capitalization
Agriculture,
Fishery and
Forestry
Mining and
Quarrying
Manufacturing 1 1 3 3 1 4 13 1.24% 5,650,000.00
Electricity, Gas
4 2 2 1 9 .86% 3,290,000.00
and Water
Construction 3 6 8 1 1 19 1.80% 169,294,272.14
Wholesale and
107 103 65 49 38 19 381 36.25% 114,768,992.30
Retail
Transportation,
Communication 1 1 1 1 4 .38% 3,328,000.00
and Storage
Financing,
Insurance, Real
Estate and 17 41 9 9 4 1 81 7.71% 135,026,706.50
Business
Services
Community,
Social and
88 161 98 72 39 86 544 51.76% 369,251,121.30
Personal
Services
Total 213 314 184 143 85 112 1,051 100% 800,609,092.24
Source: License and Permits Division, CMO, Iloilo City

Total Number of New Business Establishments By Major Classifications By District And By Total
Capitalization Iloilo City, January-December 2014
Agriculture, Fishery and
Agriculture, Fishery Electricity, Gas & Water Construction Forestry
and Forestry 9 19 Mining and Quarrying
0
Mining and Quarrying 0
Manufacturing Manufacturing
13
Electricity, Gas & Water
Wholesale and Retail
Community, Social
381 Construction
and Personal Services
544
Wholesale and Retail

Transportation, Communication
Transportation, and Storage
Communication and Storage Financing, Insurance, Real
Financing, Insurance, Real 4 Estate and Business services
Estate and Business
Services Community, Social and
81 Personal Services

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Table No. 94 Total Number of Renewed Business Establishments by Major


Classifications, By District & By Total Capitalization
Iloilo City: January – December, 2014

D i s t r i c t
% of Total
Major City Total
Jaro La Paz Mandurriao Molo Arevalo Total Capitalization
Classification Proper
Agriculture,
Fishery and 6 7 2 1 1 2 19 .16% 16,350,000.00
Forestry
Mining and
Quarrying
Manufacturing 92 68 52 43 40 21 316 2.63% 1,447,162,046.77
Electricity, Gas
26 61 36 31 31 23 208 1.73% 30,578,382,468.86
and Water
Construction 19 24 14 25 10 5 97 .81% 260,436,314.05
Wholesale and
2,279 1,027 617 253 368 239 4,783 39.83% 4,831,958,317.12
Retail
Transportation,
Communication 49 14 22 8 3 96 .80% 328,394,750.00
and Storage
Financing,
Insurance, Real
Estate and 749 434 183 166 133 77 1,742 14.50% 13,159,419,826.69
Business
Services
Community,
Social and
1,702 1,065 754 593 405 229 4,748 39.54% 5,414,158,627.31
Personal
Services
Total 4,922 2,700 1,680 1,120 991 596 12,009 100% 56,036,262,350.80
Source: License and Permits, Division, CMO, Iloilo City

Total Number of Renewed Business Establishments By Major Classifications By District And by


Total Capitalization Iloilo City, January-December 2014
6000

5000 4783 4748

4000

3000

2000 1742

1000
316 208
19 0 97 96
0

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Table No. 95 Business Permit Issuances 2014

2012 2013 2014 2015


New Renewal New Renewal New Renewal New Renewal
January 6 1,693 4 4,693 8 8,072 3 8,812
February 64 2,455 90 2,016 117 1,367 160 1,047
March 124 1,757 126 749 116 415 253 10,016
April 95 762 130 358 175 185
May 97 691 102 376 164 169
June 111 453 130 296 146 126
July 116 371 152 277 176 99
August 108 273 91 138 117 56
September 101 158 124 183 141 60
October 87 160 135 146 128 55
November 101 129 80 103 15 37
December 43 129 36 175 6 56
Subtotal 1,053 9,031 1,200 9,510 1,359 10,697
Grand Total 10,084 10,710 12,056
Source: Permit and License Division

Table No. 96 Classification of Industry by Size


January-December 2014

SIZE OF INDUSTRY NO. OF FIRMS (%) TO TOTAL EMPLOYMENT INVESTMENT


Micro 2,912 98.71% 8,637 577,104,716.03
Small 37 1.25 % 183 208,172,158.44
Medium 1 0.03% 45 33,400,000.00
TOTAL PER CAPITAL SIZE TYPE 2,950 100% 8,865 818,676,874.47
Source: DTI, Iloilo City

Table No. 97 Sector / Nature of Business 2014

Sector / Nature of Business NO. OF FIRMS EMPLOYMENT INVESTMENT (%) TO TOTAL


Manufacturing 33 136 2,175,000.00 0.27%
Importer/Exporter 0 0 -
Retailer 1,122 3337 232,727,207.25 28.43%
Wholesaler 14 49 4,847,630.53 0.59%
Services 1,781 5,343 578,927,036.69 70.71%
TOTAL 2,950 8,865 818,676,874.47 100%
Source: DTI, Iloilo City

No. of Junkshop 2014-21

No. of Junkshop 2015- 22


Source: Permit and License Division

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Table No. 98 Approved Business Names in Iloilo City 2014

Business Name
Street Address Barangay Town Owner Contact
Pawnshops
09266276739/09
1. E&M Pawnshop Tanza Iloilo City Edward D. Espinosa 199922387/300-
3032
2. F&C Pawnshop & Jewelry Guanco St. Ma. Clara Iloilo City Marcelino M. Florete Jr. 335-1150
Water Stations
1. Heavenly Waters Purified Water 09173050915/32
Cubay Iloilo City Anthony Edward L. Lao
Refilling Station 9-4847
2. Mika & Moshe Water Refilling 335080362/0920
Dungon B. Iloilo City Ma. Amelita P. Caiban
Station 4355898
3350690/
09064599636/
3. Paoyenza Water Station Don-Esteban Iloilo City Pablo Lapulapu B. Dolfo
090296936294/
09201599982
4. Castle Springs Water Station Ungka Iloilo City Lilibeth P. Balagtas 3210888
5. Artine’s Water Refilling Station Hibao-an Norte Iloilo City Christine D. Bibao 09285305103
5. L.C. Water Refilling Station Dulonan Iloilo City Johann B. Morante 09298819049
6. Paciat Water Refilling Station Guanco St. Sto. Domingo Iloilo City Paz V. Genetia 09126656897
North
7. Purefect Water Station Iloilo City May Rose A. Espinosa 09294981269
Avanceña
8. Jaywell Water Refilling Station Huervana St. McArthur Drive Iloilo City Simeon M. Gajitos 09212426471
9. JAQ ATM Water Machine Gen. Luna St. Iloilo City John Alexander C. Que 508-8111
Iloilo City 09173288353/
10. Clarity Water Refilling Station Nabitasan Michael A. Querubin
333-1316
Mabolo- 0999947008/
11. RMD Water Refilling Station Delgado St. Iloilo City Warlita D. Porras
Delgado 396-2708
12. Cullen’s Purified Drinking Water Molo Boulevard Iloilo City Denver C. Illastron 09128893810
09109173378/
13. Water Mist Purified Water Calaparan Iloilo City Rutchel C. Mabunay
336-9532
5090555/
14. Charro Water Refilling Station Buhang Iloilo City Rigel Y. Perea
09086154686
15. Soft Living Water-Refilling Station Phhc Blk. 17 Iloilo City Evelyn C. De la Banda 09294128668
Gasoline Stations
Commission Civil 3292987/
1. R-Meg Marketing Luna (Jaro) Iloilo City JV R. Villaruz
St. 09399234421
2. Sekiyu Petroleum Marketing Osmeña Iloilo City Donald T. Patrimonio 3961244
Quennie Ann Y. Ahhi
3. Iloilo Gas Line and Services West Timawa Iloilo City 337-1741
Moises
4. Lapaz Petron Service Station Luna St. Iloilo City Tommy O. Que 320-7514
5. Great Peak Energy Gasoline Cuartero
Iloilo City Peter Paul O. Yap 509-2345
Station Highway
6. Mandurriao Petron Gas Station Q. Abeto St. Iloilo City Tommy O. Que 320-7514
San Perdo,
7. LS Gasline Center Marcos Highway Iloilo City Melencio Chua Tan 09202346999
Molo
Internet Café’s
Jalandoni Iloilo City 09297541101
1. JMGB Internet Café Abanilla St. Joemarie G. Barredo
Estate-Lapuz
Iloilo City 3210322/
Ma. Donnah Graciella D.
2. Numbers of Computer Services MH Del Pilar St. MD Del Pilar 09266865755
Gorosin
09266865722
Our Lady of Iloilo City
3. Millz Internet Café DB Ledesma St. Melford C. Miller II 09999691964
Lourdes
Iloilo City 5099344/
4. Alexxer Computer Net Shop De Leon St. Oñate De Leon Marisa D. Casten
09216528041
5. Wolfire Software Gen. Luna St. Danao Iloilo City Erbi B. Feranco 3377736
6. Zechazoy Internet bCafe East Baluarte Iloilo City Zeremae C. Villanueva 3210717

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09177155877
Guzman- Iloilo City 5015286
7. Kenje Boy Internet Café Jackelyn B. Bergantinos
Jesena 092828431635
Iloilo City 5099421
8. Speed Start Internet Café P. Gomez St. Ortiz Steven O. Segovia
09228431635
San Isidro Iloilo City
9. Acclaim Computer Center-Main Lopez Jaena St. Francis Y. Chu 3293407
(Jaro)
San Isidro Iloilo City
10. Brilliant Compter Center Lopez Jaena St. Jocelyn C. Co 3293407
(Jaro)
Iloilo City 3294348/
11. Saint Gab’s Internet Café Delgado St. Liberation Adorcio D. Dadivas IV
09462723200
12. 420 Internet Technology Guzman- Iloilo City 3211465/
Jesena St. Achilles A. Tan
Outsourcing Services Jesena 09437257663
Airport Iloilo City
3211634/
13. Dankenz Cybernet Café (Tabucan Nilfa D. Gasataya
09196592355
Airport)
Lopez Jaena Iloilo City 3206830/
14. De’ Mckenzie I-Café Arco St. Jeffrey D. Alojamiento
Sur 09186454477
Progreso- Iloilo City 3333613/
15. Activate Internet Café Jaime V. Suycano
Lapuz 09399170744
16. Barzoom Cyber Café Yulo Drive Iloilo City Axel B. Baleña 09225844848
Iloilo City 0919926945
17. Ken’s Hub Internet Café Cuartero Katherine G. Pe Benito
321-2448
18. Gabriela Oñas Internet Station Nabitasan Iloilo City Gabriela M. Oñas 09262089122
19. Jesnin Internet Café PHHC Block 17 Iloilo City Wilfredo C. Ponsaran 09195299553
20. Moy Internet Café Lopez Jaena St. Arguelles Iloilo City April Rose R. Anotado 09096802719
Iloilo City 09173230898/
21. Trish And Tin-Tin Internet Café North Fundidor Rex A. Layson
5010187
Iloilo City 3211925/
22. Jagg Internet Café MH Del Pilar St. MH Del Pilar Algen Lloyd D. Amacio
09399390650
Guzman- Iloilo City 3210257
23. Baby Mika Internet Café Mila C. Ponsaran
Jesena 09192714244
Iloilo City 3301401/
24. Zipher Internet Café Timawa Tanza I Ronnel G. Gantalao
09167842468
Iloilo City 3202132
25. Logical Point Internet Café Luna St. Bantud Alejandro G. Campaniel
3964622
Iloilo City 3001321/
26. NC Internet Services Compania Gordon Rey C. Yap
09398047948
Iloilo City 0905338568/
27. PAYG Games & Internet Carlo Q. Capili
09308905252
Airport Iloilo City
28. CAAM’s Internet Gaming Station (Tabucan Maricel Q. Magbanua 09294680347
Airport)
San Isidro Iloilo City 3302170/
29. Karen De La Cruz Internet Station Karen De La Cruz
(Lapaz) 09084165716
Iloilo City 3294952/
30. Mar’s Internet Café Lopez Jaena Marilyn A. Aguisanda
09179785687
Iloilo City 3207718/
31. Arthin Internet Café Gustilo Rizza C. Pajarito
09129572190
32. Cathleen Internet Café Gustilo St. Gustilo Iloilo City Mercilou J. Jaranilla 0916248739
Iloilo City 3212483/
33. Game Jak Internet Shop Gustilo John Ceazar A. Brillantes
09192196347
Iloilo City 3293394/
34. Chem Printers & Traders Balantang Sixto M. Miclat
09175470210
Iloilo City 5013720/
35. Glydius Internet Café Calumpang Rogie M. Ocate
09984358787
Lopez Jaena Iloilo City 5095626/
36. ESZ Computer Sto. Domingo Eliezer S. Zaldivar
(Jaro) 09218710101
37. Chromedge Internet Café MacArthur Iloilo City Christofer P. Ariete 09479948384
38. Sios RX Laptop, Desktop, Printer Magdalo Iloilo City Vladimir A. Casimiro 5098953/

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Repair Services 09494906047


39. Craftworkx Desktop Publishing E. Lopez St. Luna (Jaro) Iloilo City Arvin Fidel A. Sarabia 09989794265
40. KKKS PUJ Obrero-Lapuz Iloilo City Rowena S. Forro 09195015479
41. Fawskye Cyber Café Desamparados Iloilo City Preshian A. Malagad 3207206
42. Mixed Power Internet Café Buhang Iloilo City Raffy A. bagels 09283885507
Iloilo City 3350089/
43. MSalvador Internet Café West Timawa Melvin B. Salvador
09165402064
Iloilo City 09983691261/
44. JN & K Internet Shop Sambag John Rey G. Iquiña
330-8990
45. Samson Gutierrez Computer Iloilo City
West Timawa Samsaon A. Gutierrez 09493110225
Internet
Iloilo City Apolonio B. Tumangan, 3350453/
46. Tween Star Internet Café San Juan
Jr. 09099489495
Iloilo City 3204684/
47. Razerzone Computer House Railway Jhoanne Lee P. Anes
09108001000
48.St. Martin Photocopying & Printing Iloilo City
Mabini St. Osmeña Arnulfo C. Sumagpao 09173128463
Services
49. Chun-His Hsu Digital Services Ybviernas St. San Felix Iloilo City Earl Elpy B. Sepuesca 09995507444
Iloilo City 5018990/
50. Net Working Internet Services Calumpang Bernard D. Valencia
09216231521
51. Vynz Internet Café Lapuz norte Iloilo City Jovy M. Pinzon 09169552952
San Juan Iloilo City
52. Ting & Kelz Café Lamer P. Gonzales 09467401077
(Molo)
Iloilo City 0333302483/
53. Jerhon Bulls Internet Tanza Baybay Jeson O. Lachica
09291220229
Iloilo City 3374998/
54. Zbytes Internet Café Quezon St. Quezon Fritz Adrian A. Robles
0946845848
55. MC RB Internet Café Maria Clara Iloilo City Randy U. Biñas 09478514953
56. Grace Nicole’s Internet Café Jalandoni St. Villa Anita Iloilo City Grace L. Villanueva 3372845
Marcelo H. Del Iloilo City 3373659/
57. Joerish Internet Joel H. Mendoza Jr.
Pilar 09076655528
Javellana Iloilo City
58. Good “A” Cool Net Café Del Carmen St. Anabel T. Padernal 09192017485
(Jaro)
Iloilo City 09173206090/
59. CDAB Internet Services McArthur Drive Quintin Salas Teresita J. Cordova
320-4414
60. Bod’s Internet Café M.H. Del Pilar M.H. Del Pilar Iloilo City Flodenil S. Umadhay 09098674832
61. Let’s Click Internet Café Progreso Iloilo City Ana Liza P. Suycano 09989803768
62. Sky Wars Internet Café San Nicolas Iloilo City Helen C. Delgado 09187984749
Iloilo City 09213195733/
63. Genshub Internet Shop Rizal St. Rizal Palapala 2 Generose G. Belanio
337-7018
Iloilo City 09081771255/
64. Fean Internet and Gaming Yulo Drive Anthony L. Alorro
336-9776
65. Jagan’s Internet Café and Iloilo City
San juan Jayrome J. Antonio 09305282807
Gaming Station
66. Logic Bytes Internet Station Uswag St. San Isidro Iloilo City Lyndelou B. Siarro 09126065538
67. Gafmat Internet Station Baybay Tanza Iloilo City Ghlicerio A. Gafate Jr. 09176558448
68. Decpher internet Café & Copy Iloilo City 09187706486/
Arroyo St. Magdalo Ritchel A. Gavan
Center 320-1706
69. Clemente Internet Shop Lopez Jaena St. East Baluarte Iloilo City Rex P. Clemente 09216365181
Iloilo City 09198048825/
70. VJJ Peso Net Café Rizal St. Rizal Pala pala Fevy C. Jimenez
337-1054
71. Planta Bytes Internet Riza St. Rizal Pala pala Iloilo City Caren Rose H. Depatillo 09165887157
72. Hamish Internet Café San Isidro Iloilo City Lorenz Jone E. Crucero 09467425408
73. Zaybiel’s Pisonet Calumpang Iloilo City Michael Billy A. Zapa 09482735964
Iloilo City Christler Derwin A.
74. Black and Yellow Internet Café San Nicolas 329-3089
Segovia
75. Jwarf Internet Café Mansaya Iloilo City Jerome C. Igarlino 09298441263
76. Charlie Internet café San Isidro Iloilo City Jenelyn D. Ofiminina 09124160121
77. King Marvic Internet Café Ybiernas St. Inday Iloilo City King Marvic F. Osimco 0917304209
78. Vani Computer Shop Sambag Iloilo City Victor R. Sanches Jr. 330-8052

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79. Cybertonz Internet Café Sto. Niño Sur Iloilo City Anthony L. Alorro 09081771255
Iloilo City Rachelle Rose V.
80. June Floyd Internet Café Villa Anita 09176205511
Bacharo
Pale Benedicto Iloilo City
81. Kangkers Internet Shop Joseph V. Yap 09178549566
Rizal
82. Game –On Internet Café Sto. Niño Sur Iloilo City Virginia C. Segador 09159127438
Iloilo City 3300844/
83. 2014 Internet Café Baldoza Mafy jane S. Sondia
09293097344
84. Funtime Internet Café Smabag Iloilo City Lina C. Nadonza 09103225583
85. BAKZ48 Internet Station Tanza ST. Tanza Baybay Iloilo City Arturo F. Valasote Jr. 09474222098
Tanza Iloilo City
86. Monithel Internet Shop Ledesma St. Othelia L. Piamonte 09123287228
Esperanza
87. Cybersquad I-Café San Isidro Iloilo City Ryan Lagayada Cerbas 09164144020
88. TAM & J-AR Internet café Rizal St. Pala-Pala Zone Iloilo City Ricky esteves Tiangson 09497506955
89. Jian & Matthew Internet Café Bangkiling St. Bakhaw Iloilo City Sharmaine P. Morata 09284021568
Iloilo City 09207696577/
90. JSHA Pisonet & Internet Café Bonifacio St. Sta. Felomina Susan L. Bacaling
501-9683
91. G-United internet café San Isidro Iloilo City Guillermo L. Lete Jr. 09183521300
92. MCA Intertainment Internet Lice Iloilo City 0921663306/
Q. Abeto St. Q. Abeto Mirasol Marjorie D. Marañon
Services 321-1794
93. Clyde & Ceque Internet Café Sto. Niño Sur Iloilo City Cezar Rey Y. Ortiz 09072869626
El 98 Castilla Iloilo City Raymond J.
94. Traxxas Internet Café Castilla St. 09197955281
(Claudio Lopez) Catangcatang
Iloilo City 09274641459/
95. Darthisabel Internet Café Hibao-an Sur Reyline B. Ponsaran 09274121038/
321-1794
96. Roadzone-10 Internet Service Balabago Iloilo City Ma. Fe J. Jimanga 330-8151
97. Virtual Corner Internet Cafe Arguelles St. Arguelles Iloilo City Jonas Leo J. Jeanjaquet 09392091545
98. S. Internet Shop De Leon St. Oñate De Leon Iloilo City Alma G. Spencer 09325469095
99. Abyan Internet Services Burgos St. Burgos-Mabini Iloilo City Renato G. Dayon 09999917225
100. Webelandia Internet Café Rizal St. Lapuz Sur Iloilo City Ma. Ivy C. Guadalupe 09307987079
101. Quark Internet Café Buntatala Iloilo City Agustin P. Pami 09089174001
Bolilao, Iloilo City Mark John Dominic S.
102. MAXJ Internet Café 033-321-3164
Mandurriao Celeste
103. JERA COLLINS Internet Café & Iloilo City
Jalandoni St. Bagumbayan Jeralen Efondo Esteba 09207328739
Computer Printing Services
104. Hunyango Internet Café Duran St. Veterans Village Iloilo City Raul Saavedra Romero 09074896229
Source: DTI, I.C.

Table No. 99 Lists of Member Banks in Iloilo City

Bank No. of Branches Classification ATM


1 Asia United Bank 2 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 2
2 Banco De Oro 13 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 41
3 Bank of Commerce 2 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 3
4 BPI 12 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 37
5 BPI Family Savings 2 Saving/Thrift Bank 0
6 Business and Consumers 1 Saving/Thrift Bank 0
7 China Bank 4 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 7
8 China Bank Savings 2 Saving/Thrift Bank 0
9 City Savings Bank 1 Saving/Thrift Bank 1
10 DBP 2 Specialized Gov’t Bank 9
11 East West Bank 4 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 5
12 East West Rural Bank 1 Rural Bank 2
13 Equicom Savings Bank 1 Saving/Thrift Bank 1
14 First Consolidated Bank 1 Rural Bank 1
15 First Midland Rural Bank 1 Rural Bank 0

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16 LBP 4 Specialized Gov’t Bank 17


17 Lifebank 1 Specialized Gov’t Bank 0
18 Malayan bank 1 Saving/Thrift Bank 1
19 MayBank 2 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 2
20 Metrobank 10 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 16
21 OK Bank 1 Rural Bank 5
22 Phil. Bus. Bank 1 Rural Bank 0
23 PBCOM 1 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 1
24 Philtrust 1 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 1
25 Producers Bank 3 Development Bank 0
26 PNB 9 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 14
27 PS Bank 3 Saving/Thrift Bank 3
28 PVB Bank 1 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 2
29 Planters Bank 1 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 1
30 Postal Bank 1 Specialized Gov’t Bank 1
31 Progressive Bank 1 Rural Bank 0
32 Queenbank 4 Development Bank 4
33 RCBC 4 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 6
34 RCBC Savings 2 Saving/Thrift Bank 2
35 RB Iloilo 1 Rural Bank 0
36 Security Bank 2 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 3
37 Sterling Bank 1 Saving/Thrift Bank 1
38 Union Bank 2 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 4
39 UCPB 3 Commercial Bank/Universal Bank 5
40 UCPB Savings 1 Saving/Thrift Bank 0
41 Valiant Bank 1 Rural Bank 0
42 Wealth Bank 1 Rural Bank 0
TOTAL 112 198
Source: Bankers Association of Iloilo

Table No. 100 Bank Classification and Total Number of ATM: 2014

Classification No. of Branches


1. Commercial Banks/Universal Banks 73
2. Development Banks 7
3.Savings Bank/Thrift Banks 15

4. Rural Banks 10
5. Specialized Gov’t Banks 7
Total 112

No. of ATMs in Iloilo City 198**


Source: Bankers Association of Iloilo

Table No. 101 Summary of Banks According To Classification: 2014

CLASSIFICATION NO. OF BRANCHES


1. UNIVERSAL/COMMERCIAL 87
2. RURAL BANK 33
3. THRIFT BANK 22
TOTAL 142
Source: Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas, Iloilo Branch

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Financial Institutions According to Classification 2014

1. Number of Finance Cooperatives - 15


2. Number of Savings and Loans Associations with Qualified Banking Functions - 13
3. Number of Pawnshops - 174
4. Number of Money Changers/Foreign exchange dealers - 118
5. Number of Remittance Centers - 150
6. Number of Microfinance Institutions - 161
Source: BPLO, Iloilo City

Table No. 102 Top Fifty (50) Business Establishments/Corporations By Gross Sales:
Iloilo City: 2014

Company Name Address Nature of Business


1.Philippine Foremost Milling
Brgy. Progreso, La Puz, Iloilo City Manufacturing (Essential)
Corporation
2. Panay Electric Company,Inc. General Luna St., Iloilo City Franchise
3. Supervalue, Inc.-Mandurria SM City Iloilo, B. Aquino Ave., Brgy Bolilao, Mandurriao, Retailer – Groceries/Supermarket
Branch Iloilo City (Essential)
4. Mandurriao Star, Inc. SM City Iloilo, B. Aquino Ave., Mandurriao, Iloilo City General Merchandise (Retail)

5. CARLOS Uy Corporation 23 P. Arroyo St. Brgy. Yulo-Arroyo, Iloilo General Merchandise (Retailer-Essn)

6. Zuellig Pharma Corporation Benigno National Highway, Jaro, Iloilo City Distributor (Essential)
7. Samsung Electronics Phils.
One Rodolfo Place Bldg. Muelle Loney, I.C Manufacturer
Corporation
8. APO Cement Corporation Loboc, La Paz, Iloilo City Manufacturer – Cement
9. La Filipina Uy Gongco General Merchandise
21 P. Arroyo St., Iloilo City
Corporation (Whloesale-Essn)
10. Mercury Drug Corporation Cor. Valeria-Delgado Sts., I.C. Retailer-Drugstore

11. San Miguel Foods, Inc. Melliza St., Zamora, Iloilo City Manufacturer/Essential
Muelle Loney Street, Brgy. Legaspi- DeLa Rama, Iloilo
12. PMFTC, Inc Manufacturer
City
13. Panay Power Corporation Brgy. Ingore, Lapaz, I.C Services-Power Provider
14. HEVA Management &
Development Corp./Gaisano City Luna St., Lapaz, Iloilo City General Merchandise (Retail)
Capital
15. Holcim Philippines, Inc Brgy. Lapuz Norte, La Paz Manufacturer-Cement
16.New Iloilo Supreme Marketing,
Cor. JM Basa-Guanco Sts., Iloilo City Distributor (Essential)
Inc.
17.United Laboratories, Inc M.H. Del Pilar St., Brgy. Taal, Molo, Iloilo City Manufacturer – Pharmaceuticals/
18.Metro Manila Shopping Mecca,
Delgado-Valeria Sts., Iloilo City General Merchandise (Retail)
Corp.
19. Savemore Market EL 98 Libertad St., Jaro Iloilo City Retail-Essential & Non Essential

20.San Miguel Brewery, Inc. Zamora-Melliza, Iloilo City Manufacturer – Wine/Liquor


21.Sun Life of Canada (Philippines),
168 Platinum Square Bldg., Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City Insurance Company
Inc

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22.Iloilo Supermart, Inc. The Atrium, Gen. Luna St., Iloilo CIty General Merchandise (Retailer-Essn)
23.San Miguel Brewery, Inc. Muelle Loney St., Iloilo City Manufacturer – Wine/Liquor
24. SM City Iloilo SM City Mandurriao, Iloilo City Real Estate Lessor
General Merchandise (Wholesal-
25.Teams Sales & Promotions, Inc. Brgy. Hibao-an Norte, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Essential)
26. Vallacar Transit, Inc Dungon B, Jaro Services Common Carrier
Non-Stock
27.St. Paul’s Hospital Of Iloilo, Inc Gen. Luna St., Brgy. Danao, Iloilo City
Non- Profit Hospital
28. Super Shopping Market Inc. Comm. Civil-Jalandoni Sts, Jaro, Iloilo City General Merchandise
29. Mang Inasal Philippines, Inc BS Aquino Ave, Brgy San Rafael , Mand Manufacturer/Essential
30. Fairlane Automotive Ventures,
Sambag, Jaro General Merchandise-Retailer Car
Inc-Ford Iloilo
B.S. Aquino Avenue, Brgy. San Rafael, Mandurriao, Iloilo
31. Isuzu Iloilo Corporation Retailer – Car Dealer
City
32. Avescor Motors Inc Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City Retail-Car Dealer
33. San Miguel Foods Inc. – San Y.K. Marine Bldg., Iloilo Fish Port Complex, Tanza
Distributor Essentials
Miguel Integ. Sales Bonifacio, Iloilo City
34. Sharp (Phils) Corporation Jalandoni St. Brgy. Hipodromo, Iloilo City Manufacturing
35.Iloilo Doctor’s Hospital, Inc. West Avenue, Brgy., Taal, Molo, Iloilo City Services – Hospitals
36. Mang Inasal Philippines, Inc GF Robinson s Place, Iloilo City Manufacturer-Essential
37. Double Dragon Properties
People’s Hotel Delgado-Fuentes Sts., Iloilo City Real Estate Developer Dealer
Corporation
General Merchandise
38. Ledi Supermart J De Leon St., Iloilo City
(Retail-Essnential)
39. JTS Corporation JTS Bldg., Fuentes St., Iloilo City Wholesale-Essential

40. SM Appliance Center Inc. JTS Bldg. Fuentes St., Iloilo City Retailer-Appliance Store
Manufacturer – Fertilizer
41. Atlas Fertilizer Corporation Legaspi – De La Rama Sts., Iloilo City
(Organic/Non-Organic)
42.Alaska Milk Corporation DR #1 HVG Warehouse Dungon A Jaro Manufacturer

43. Iloilo GQ Enterprises Marymart Center Valeria-Delgado St., Iloilo City General Merchandise
44. Panay Energy Development
Brgy. Ingore, Lapaz, Iloilo City Services-Power Provider
Corporation
45. Trans Visayan Marketing (Iloilo) General Merchandise-Wholesale
4F ATM Bldg Cor Jalandoni-Ledesma St., Iloilo City
Inc. Essential
46.Fabson, Inc. Ledesma St., Brgy. Ed Ganzon, Iloilo City Retailer – LPG

47. San Miguel Foods, Inc Melliza Zamora Sts., Iloilo City Manufacturing (Essential)

48. Angelina Bakeshop 146-A Lopez Jaena St., Lapaz, Iloilo City Manufacturer-Bakery

49. AVON Cosmetics, Inc. Iznart St., I.C Distributor

50. ACE Hardware Inc UGF SM City Benigno Ave, Manurriao General Merchandise-Retail
Source: Office of the City Treasurer, Iloilo City

Table No. 103 Job Fairs Conducted 2014

Trabaho Para sa Ilonggo Halad nga Regalo sang Bag-ong Anyo Migrant Worker Agency
January 11, 2014 July 1, 2014
Robinsons Place Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
34 Hired on the Spot Applicants
on Job Fair Conducted

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Iloilo Doctor’s College Job Fair Anchor Int’l Manpower Services


February 14, 2014 July 1, 2014
1 Hired on the Spot Applicants PESO Iloilo City
on Job Fair Conducted
Chamber of Commerce Job Fair PERT CPM Manpower
March 21, 2014 July 1, 2014
Amigo Plaza Mall PESO Iloilo City
1 Hired on the Spot Applicants 14 Hired on the Spot
on Job Fair Conducted
77th Charter Day Job Fair August 22, 2014 YHMD International Manpower
Robinsons Place Iloilo July 16, 2014
18 Hired on the Spot Applicants PESO Iloilo City
on Job Fair Conducted 72 Hired on the Spot
Regalo nga Trabaho Job Fair Philtex Agency
September 17, 4014 July 17, 2014
Robinsons Place Iloilo Iloilo Business Hotel
43 Hired on the Spot Applicants
on Job Fair Conducted
PCCI Job Fair Profile Overseas Manpower Services, Inc.
October 23, 2014 July 19, 2014
Gaisano City Mall 3 Hired on the Spot
ABS-CBN Trabaho Patrol Job Fair Sara International Manpower Services
October 28, 2014 July 23, 2014
Amigo Plaza Mall PESO Iloilo City
43 Hired on the Spot Applicants 1Hired on the Spot
on Job Fair Conducted
Rated K Job Fair Philtex Agency
December 10, 2014 July 27, 2014
Royal Garden Convention Hall Iloilo Business Hotel
5 Hired on the Spot Applicants 76 Hired on the Spot
on Job Fair Conducted
P.N.I. Agency Primary Pacific Manpower Services
January 2, 2014 August 4, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
5 Hired on the Spot
M.Y Agency Verde International Manpower Services
January 14, 2014 August 8, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
Angle Agency YHMD International Manpower
January 14, 2014 August 7-8, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
95 Hired on the Spot
Primary Pacific Corp. Sara International Manpower August 26-27, 2014
January 27, 2014 PESO Iloilo City
PESO Iloilo City
14 Hired on the Spot Applicants
Victoria Services Inc. Reed Elsevier (Local)
January 28, 2014 September 1-5, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
YHMD International Manpower YHMD International Manpower
January 20, 2014 September 8, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
198 Hired on the Spot
YHMD International Manpower Sara International Manpower Services
February 3, 2014 September 9, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
92 Hired on the Spot
Zimar International Manpower Citistores Inc. Factory Outlet (Local)
February 4, 2014 September 10, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
6 Hired on the Spot Applicants

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YHMD International Manpower Primary Pacific Manpower


February 10, 2014 September 15, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
179Hired on the Spot Applicants 9 Hired on the Spot
PERT CPM Manpower N.I.R Agency
February 12, 2014 September 19, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
6 Hired on the Spot Applicants
Baguio-Benguet International Spear Agency
February 18, 2014 November 3-4, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
15 Hired on the Spot
YHMD International Manpower PERT CPM Manpower
February 20, 2014 November 10, 2014
PESO Iloilo City TESDA Iloilo City
3 Hired on the Spot Applicants 9 Hired on the Spot
Zimar International Manpower International H.R Agency
February 28, 2014 November 12, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
OLM Manpower Services Primary Pacific Orient Manpower Services
March 10-12, 2014 November 18, 2014
PESO Iloilo City 6 Hired on the Spot
Primary Pacific Orient Manpower Services East-West Agency
March 17, 2014 November19, 2014
PESO Iloilo City Sarabia Manor Hotel
6 Hired on the Spot Applicants
KYR Int’l Manpower Services Verde International Manpower Services
March 20, 2014 November 20, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
TRANSCOM Philtex Agency
April 7, 2014 November 24, 2014
PESO Iloilo City Iloilo Business Hotel
43 Hired on the Spot
Primary Pacific Orient Manpower Services Spear Agency
April 24, 2014 November 26, 2014
PESO Iloilo City Sarabia Manor Hotel
5 Hired on the Spot Applicants 6 Hired on the Spot
YHMD International Manpower Rotana Int’l Manpower
May 6, 2014 December 4-5, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
153 Hired on the Spot Applicants
Joseline Int’l Manpower Philtex Agency
May 14, 2014 December 5, 2014
PESO Iloilo City Iloilo Business Hotel
P.N.I. International YHMD International Manpower
May 26, 2014 December 12-13, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
International Skills Dev’t Spear Agency
June 8, 2014 December 15, 2014
People’s Hotel Sarabia Manor Hotel
G.B.M.L.T YHMD International Manpower
June 11-13, 2014 December 16, 2014
PESO Iloilo City PESO Iloilo City
Primary Pacific Orient Manpower Services
June 26, 2014
PESO Iloilo City
9 Hired on the Spot
Source: PESO (Public Employment Service Office), Iloilo City

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Table No. 104 Total Number of OFW Processed from January-December 2014

Balik Mangagawa 2014


Total
Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Male
1,395 746 757 1,195 1,184 858 818 619 606 590 449 845 10,062
1,411 700 849 1,347 1,298 987 998 837 684 689 566 1,159 11,525
Female
2,086 1,446 1,606 2,542 2,482 1,845 1,816 1,456 1,290 1,279 1,015 2,004
21,587
GRAND TOTAL

Agency Hires 2014


Total
Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Male
51 19 40 7 42 29 28 50 28 47 24 7 372
93 96 211 149 144 186 148 252 341 277 228 203 2,328
Female
144 115 251 156 186 215 176 302 369 324 252 210
2,700
GRAND TOTAL

Name Hires 2014


Total
Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Male
10 11 19 18 12 23 23 7 9 15 4 11 162
22 12 9 10 14 17 13 12 13 18 15 12 167
Female
32 23 28 28 26 40 36 19 22 33 19 23
329
GRAND TOTAL
Source: Philippine Overseas Employment Agency

Table No. 105 Successful Referrals from January-December: 2014

Target No. of Referrals No. of Successful Referrals


Male Female Total Male Success Rates Female Success Rates Both Sexes Success Rates

4,500 4,700 9,200 6,642 148% 4,056 86% 10,698 116.28%


Source: PESO

Table No. 106 Regular Program of Number of Beneficiaries from January-December: 2014

Number of Beneficiaries 2014


Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Male 384 481 638 503 219 215 473 611 567 485 319 1,747
Female 438 287 200 313 133 347 616 450 171 468 240 393
TOTAL 822 768 763 935 390 562 1,089 1,061 738 953 559 2,140
Source: PESO

Table No. 107 Total Populations 15 Years Old & Over & Employment Status Rates
Iloilo City: October, 1998, 1999, 2000 2001 And 2002

Labor Force
15 Years Old & Over Employment Unemployment Visible
Year Participation
(per 1,000) Rate Rate Underemployment Rate
Rate
1998 213 56.5 87.4 12.6 7.8
1999 217 60.7 86.7 13.3 13.3
2000 235 63.7 86.5 13.5 10.1
2001 242 66.9 83.1 16.9 11.6
2002 246 58.6 88.1 11.9 8.2
Source: Labor Force Survey, NSO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

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Table No. 108 Total Population 15 Years Old and Over and Rates of Labor Force Participation, Employment
Unemployment and Underemployment, by Region: July, 2013

Total Population Labor Force


Region VI 15 Years Old and Participation Rate Employment Rate Unemployment Underemployment
Over (‘000) Rate Rate
Western Visayas 5,182 61.8 92.5 7.5 22.5

Table No. 109 Population 15 Years Old & Over by Sex & Employment Status by Key City, Urban: April, 2003
(In Thousands Details May Not Add Up To Totals Due To Rounding)

Not in Not in
Not in the
the the
Both Sexes Male Female Labor
Labor Labor
Force
Key City Total Force Force
Un- Un-
Emplo Emplo emplo Un-
emplo Total emplo Total
yed yed yed employed
yed yed
Iloilo City 255 133 34 86 118 70 21 28 136 64 14 58

Table No. 110 Employed Person by Type of Industry From Primary Occupation
Iloilo City: April, 2003
(In Thousands Details May Not Add Up To Totals Due To Rounding)

T y p e of I n d u s t r y
Key City Total
Industry
Agricultural Industry Service
N.E.C.
Iloilo City 133 5 19 109 -
Urban 133 5 19 109 -
Source: Labor Force Survey, NSO: April, 2003

Table No: 111 Number Of OFW’s By Type/Category and Gender Iloilo City: 2014

TYPE/CATEGORY
GENDER
MALE FEMALE TOTAL %
Balikmanggagawa 10,062 11,525 21,587 17.01%
Agency Hire 372 2,328 2,700 38.82%
Name Hires 162 167 329 3.79%
Source: Phil. Overseas Employment Administration

Table No. 112 Consumer Price Index by Region: 2006 and 2009
(2000 = 2009)

Region Avergae CPI


2009 2006
Wetern Visayas VI 160.4 134.1

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Table No. 113 Consumer Price Index, Inflation Rate, Monthly Percent Changes &
Purchasing Power of Peso in Iloilo: (2006-100)
January – December, 2014

INFLATION
YEAR/MONTH CPI MONTHLY % CHANGES PURCHASING POWER OF PESO
RATE
2014 144.6 4.9 0.69
January 141.6 4.1 0.4 0.71
February 142.5 4.4 0.6 0.70
March 141.7 3.7 -0.6 0.71
April 143.2 4.5 1.1 0.70
May 143.4 4.4 0.1 0.70
June 145.3 5.7 1.3 0.69
July 146.4 6.4 0.8 0.68
August 146.6 6.1 0.1 0.68
September 146.2 5.6 -0.3 0.68
October 145.6 4.6 -0.4 0.69
November 146.5 5.0 0.6 0.68
December 146.6 3.9 0.1 0.68
Source: National Statistics Authority Industry and Statistics Department

Table No. Table 114 Consumer Price Index for All Income Households in Region VI: January – December 2013
(2006=100)

Commodity
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ave
Group
All Items 136.0 136.5 136.6 137.0 137.3 137.5 137.6 138.2 138.4 139.2 139.5 141.1 137.9
I. Food And Non-
Alcoholic 147.6 147.4 147.4 147.0 148.1 148.2 148.0 148.7 148.7 150.3 151.0 154.5 148.9
Beverages
II. Alcoholic
Beverages and 147.2 152.9 160.3 169.6 171.5 171.5 171.6 172.6 174.0 175.2 175.5 177.1 168.3
Tobacco
NON-FOOD
III. Clothing and
128.2 128.2 128.4 128.5 128.1 127.9 127.6 127.8 127.8 128.0 128.2 128.2 128.1
Footwear
IV. Housing, Water,
Electricity, Gas and 118.8 120.2 119.7 120.5 119.8 119.4 119.4 120.5 121.2 121.7 121.2 121.2 120.3
Other Fuels
V.Furnishings,
Household
Equipment and
146.0 146.1 146.2 148.2 148.4 148.4 148.6 149.3 149.5 149.2 149.5 149.5 148.2
Routine
Maintenance of the
House
VI. Health 134.5 134.7 134.7 134.9 135.1 135.1 135.4 135.4 135.3 135.4 135.4 135.4 135.1
VII.Transport 132.7 133.3 133.2 132.7 132.2 132.7 132.7 132.7 133.2 132.7 132.7 132.8 132.8
VIII.Communication 85.4 85.4 85.2 85.2 85.2 85.2 85.3 85.3 85.3 85.3 83.3 83.5 85.0
IX. Recreation and
127.9 128.1 128.1 127.5 127.1 128.7 128.7 127.0 126.9 126.7 126.8 126.8 127.5
Culture
X. Education 132.9 132.9 132.9 132.9 132.9 137.0 137.0 137.0 137.0 137.0 137.0 137.0 135.3
XI. Restaurant and
Miscellaneous 133.5 133.5 133.6 133.7 133.8 133.9 136.0 135.9 136.0 136.0 137.4 137.4 135.1
Goods and Services

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Table No. 115 Monthly Consumer Price Index for All Income Households by Commodity Group,
Area/Region December November 2013 and 2012 (2006 = 100)

COMMODITY GROUP
Food and Non-Alcoholic Alcoholic Beverages and Clothing and Footwear
ALL ITEMS
AREA/REGION Bevarages Tobacco
December November December November December November December November
Wetern 740.0 733.9 138.5 133.8 149.9 142.5 146.8 142.9 176.8 132.8 176.0 132.7 123.7 121.8 123.6 121.7
Visayas VI

COMMODITY GROUP
Furnishing, Household
Housning, Water, Electricity,
AREA/REGION Equipment and Routine Health Transport
Gas, and Other Fuels
Maintenance of the House
December November December November December November December November
Wetern 132.8 128.6 132.2 127.8 132.8 130.2 132.7 130.0 133.3 130.6 133.2 130.5 133.0 132.2 133.0 131.9
Visayas VI

COMMODITY GROUP
Recreation and Culture Restaurant and Miscellaneous
Communication Education
AREA/REGION Goods and Services
December November December November December November December November
Wetern 89.2 90.4 89.0 90.4 116.8 114.5 116.8 114.3 137.5 132..2 137.5 132.2 129.8 127.0 129.8 126.9
Visayas VI

Table No. 116 Employed Persons by Sex, by Region and Class of Worker: Juyl, 2013
Region and Class of worker Total Male Female
Wetern Visayas VI 2,964 1,822 1,142

Table No. 117 Employed Persons by Sex, by Region, and Major Industry Group: July 2013
(In thousands, Details may not add up to totals due to rounding)

Region and Major Industry Group Total Male Female


Wetern Visayas VI 2,964 1,822 1,142

Table No. 118 Distribution of Families by Income Class, by Region and Main Sources of Income: 2009

Region Main Source All Income Class


of Income Under 40,000 40,000 – 59,999 60,000 – 99,999 100,000 – 249,999 250,000 and over
Western Visayas VI 1,452 75 166 412 584 215

Table No. 119 Employed Persons by highest Grade completed, by Region, and Sex: July, 2013

Highest Grade Compeleted


Elementary High School College
Region and No Grade
Total Under Under Under
Sex Completed Graduate Graduate Graduate
Graduate Graduate Graduate
Wetern Visayas VI
Both Sexes 38,175 572 5,504 5,558 4,816 10,642 3,437 5,933
Male 23,265 352 3,942 3,580 3,222 6,578 2,024 2,582
Female 14,910 220 1,562 1,977 1,594 4,064 1,413 3,351

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Table No. 120 Population 15 Years and Over by Employment Status, by Region, and Sex: July, 2013
(In thousands, Details may not add up to totals due to rounding)

Total Population 15 Not in the Labor


Region Sex Total Labor Force Employed Unemployed
years Old and Over Force
Western Visayas VI
Both Sexes 5182 3205 2964 241 1977
Male 2603 1974 1822 151 629
Female 2579 1231 1142 89 1348

Table No. 121 Number of Families, Total & Average Annual Family Income & Expenditures by Region: 2009

Number of Income ( P ) Expenditures


Region VI Families Total Average Total Average
(In Thousands) (In Millions) (In Thousands) (In Millions) (In Thousands)
Western Visayas VI 1,452 231,473 159 207,669 143

Table No. 122 Average Income, Expenditure and Savings of Families By Region at Current Prices: 2006 and 2009

Region 2009 (In thousand pesos) 2006 (In thousand pesos)


Income Expenditure Savings Income Expenditure Savings
Western Visayas VI 159 143 16 130 116 14

Table No. 123 Number of families Receipts by Income Class and By Region and Source of Receipts: 2009
(A family is counted as many times as the number of sources from which it derived receipts)

Region Number Total


Sources of Receipts Income Class
of families Income Under 40,000 40,000-59,999 60,000-99,999 100,000-249-9999 250,000 and over
receipts Reporting Class(In Families Receipts Families Receipts Families Receipts Families Receipts Families Receipts
(In’000) millions) Reporting (In Reporting (In Reporting (In Reporting (In Reporting (In
(In ‘000) millions) (In ‘000) millions) (In ‘000) millions) (In ‘000) millions) (In ‘000) millions)
Western
Visayas 1,452 245,899 75 2,506 166 9,245 412 34,292 584 94,875 215 104,982
VI

Table No.124 Number of Family Disbursements, by Family Size and by


Region and Type of Disbursements: 2009

Type of Number of Total Family Size


Disbursements families Disbursements Less than 4 persons 4 to 6 persons More than 6 persons
Reporting (In million) Families Disbursements Families Disbursements Families Disbursements
(In’000) Reporting (In (In millions) Reporting (In millions) Reporting (In millions)
millions) (In (In
millions) millions)
Western
1,452 234,510 434 56,384 724 123,754 295 54,372
Visayas VI

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Table No. 125 Number of Families and Family Disbursement s by Income Class and by
Region and Type of Disbursement: 2009

Type of Number Total Income Class


Disbur- of Disbur- Under 40,000 40,000-59,999 60,000-99,999 100,000-249-9999 250,000 and over
sements families sements Families Disbur Families Disbur Families Disbur Families Disbur Families Disbur
Reporting (In Reporting sement Reporting sement Reporting sement Reporting sement Reporting sement
(In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In
(In’000) millions) millions) millions) millions) millions) millions)
Western
Visayas 1,452 234,510 75 2,474 166 9,102 412 33,612 584 90,049 215 99,274
VI

Table N0. 126 Number of Families, Total Family Income and Total Family Expenditure,
By Income Class and by Region : 2009
(Number of families is in thousands. Total family income and expenditure are in millions)

All Income
Region Family Size Income Class
Class
Under 40,000 40,000-59,999 60,000-99,999 100,000-249-9999 250,000 and over
Western Visayas VI
Number of Families 1,452 75 166 412 584 215
Total Income 231,473 2,261 8,424 32,493 89,673 98,623
Total Expenditure 207,669 2,436 8,850 32,683 84,384 79,316

Table No. 127 Number of Families and Family Income by Income Class,
By Region and Broad Industry Group of Family Head: 2009

Region Number Income


Broad of Reported Income Class
industry families (In Under 40,000 40,000-59,999 60,000-99,999 100,000-249-9999 250,000 and over
Group of (In’000) millions) Families Income Families Income Families Income Families Income Families Income
the Family Reporting Reported Reporting Reported Reporting Reported Reporting Reported Reporting Reported
(In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In (In ‘000) (In
Head millions) millions) millions) millions) millions)
Western 1,188 183,592 51 1,569 134 6,831 354 27,908 488 74,030 161 73,253
Visayas VI
Agriculture 574 66,780 38 1,200 98 4,984 207 16,326 192 27,899 39 16,371
Industry 139 19,312 5 149 12 607 42 3,314 66 9,572 15 5,671
Services 474 97,500 8 221 24 1,240 104 8,269 230 36,559 107 51,211

Table No. 128 Number of Families Having Earned Wages and Salaries in Agriculture and Non-Agricultural
Industries by Region and Income Class: 2009 (Estimates are in thousands)

Region Income Class Number of Families


Total Agricultural Non- agricultural
Western Visayas VI 1,122 514 888
Under 40,000 45 34 19
40,000 – 59,999 121 94 69
60,000 – 99,999 333 215 233
100,000 – 249,999 454 160 400
250,000 and over 169 12 167

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Table No. 129 Total Family Expenditure, Total Expenditure and percent Distribution on Housing, Rent/Rental
Value of house and Lot and House Maintenance and Minor Repairs by region and Income Decile: 2009
(Amounts in millions)

Region Income Rent/Rental Value of House House Maintenance and Minor


Total Family Total Housing Expenditure
Decile and Lot Repai
Expenditure
Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent
Western Visayas
207,669 24,229 100.0 22,684 100.0 1,445 100.0
VI
First Decile 5,785 620 2.6 582 2.6 35 2.4
Second Decile 8,675 812 3.4 749 3.3 59 4.1
Third Decile 10,422 974 4.0 911 4.0 59 4.1
Fourth Decile 12,243 1,151 4.8 1,051 4.6 95 6.6
Fifth Decile 14,218 1,369 5.6 1,285 5.7 78 5.4
Sixth Decile 16,671 1,829 7.5 1,708 7.5 113 7.9
Seventh Decile 19,938 2,034 8.4 1,851 8.2 175 12.1
Eighth Decile 24,525 3,167 13.1 2,959 13.0 195 13.5
Ninth Decile 33,489 4,344 17.9 4,075 18.0 251 17.4
Tenth Decile 61,702 7,928 32.7 7,512 33.1 383 26.5

Table No.130 City and Municipal-Level Small Area Poverty Estimates 2012

Region Province Municipality Poverty Incidence``


Region VI Iloilo Iloilo City 6.0
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority, through a national government funded project on the generation of the 2012 small area estimates on poverty

Table No. 131 Annual Per Capita Threshold and Poverty Incidence
Among Families and Among Population by Province, Region VI: 2012

Annual Per Capita Poverty Poverty Incidence (%)


Region Province
Threshold (in Peso) Among Families Among Population
Region VI Iloilo 18,827 20.8 26.2
Source: 2012 Full Year Official Poverty Statistics, Philippine Statistics Authority

Table No. 132 Annual Per Capita Income and Expenditures, Region VI: 2012
Region Average Annual Family Annual Per Capita Income Average Annual Family Annual Per Capita Expenditure
Income (in Pesos) Expenditure (in Pesos)
Region VI 201,978 43,530 162,672 35,059
Source: 2012 FIES Income and Expenditure Survey and 2010 Census of Population and Housing, PSA

SHIPPING 2014
A. SHIPCALLS Government Port Private Facilities
Foreign 85 161
Domestic 23,918 700

B. GROSS REGISTERED TONNAGE


Foreign 1,055,364.00 3,464,236.00
Domestic 14,539,339.75 907,752.94

C. PASSENGERS TRAFFIC
Disembarked 1,516,073 10,904

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Embarked 1,383,776 12,171


D. CARGO THROUGHPUT (METRIC TONS)
Foreign
Import 363,187.50 385,210.71
Export 3,318.83 4,731,352.21

Domestic
Inbound 1,643,804.90 837,134.34
Outbound 420,807.61 66,172.05

E. CONTAINER TRAFFIC (TEUS) – DOMESTIC 133,090.50 148.75

F. LIST OF DOMESTIC SHIPPING COMPANIES/OPERATORS WHOSE VESSELS DOCKED AT THE PORT


OF ILOILO CITY FOR CY: 2014
1. 2GO Group Inc, 35. Medallion Transport.
2.Alal Capricorn Shipping Corp. 36. Mihara East Ventures, Inc.
3. Amigo Shipping Corporation. 37. Milagrosa-J Shipping Corp.
4. Angkor Shipping & Lighterage Corp. 38. Millinium Shipping Lines.
5. Apo Cement Corporation. 39. Montenegro Shipping Lines, Inc.
6.Asia Brewery Inc. 40. Moreta Shipping Lines, Inc.
7. Asian Marine Transport Corp. 41. Neptune Transport Corp.
8. Asian Shipping Corp. 42. Northern Mindanao Trans. Co, Inc.
9. Avega. Bros. Integrated Shipping Corp. 43. Ocean Fast Ferries, Inc.
10. Bellport Shipping Corporation. 44. Ocean Transport Group of Cos, Inc.
11. Bottlers Shipping Co, Inc. 45. Oceanic Container Lines, Inc.
12. Candano Shipping Lines, Inc. 46. Petron Corporation.
13. Cebu Barge & Tug, Inc. 47. Phil. Span Asia Carrier Corp.
14. Centro Marine & Transport Corp. 48. PKS Shipping Co, Inc.
15. Chelsea Shipping Corp. 49. Platinum Shipping Corporation.
16. Cokaliong Shipping Lines, Inc. 50. Polsa Shipping Lines.
17. Daruma Transports System, Inc. 51. Preeminent Shipping & Management Corp.
18. Davao Molasses Hauler, Inc. 52. Primary Trident Marine Solution, Inc.
19. Eastern Pacific Shipping Lines, Inc. 53. RKK Shipping Lines.
20. Ever Lines, Inc. 54. Quincela Shipping Lines.
21. FF Cruz Shipping Corp. 55. Salvmarine Corporation.
22. Fortune Sea Carrier, Inc. 56. Seaford Shipping Lines, Inc.
23. Granexport Manufacturing Corp. 57. Seen Sam Shipping Inc.
24. Grand Asian Shipping Lines. 58. SMC Shipping Lines.
25. Hailong Shipbuilding & Lighterage, Inc. 59. SRN Fast Seacraft, Inc.
26. Jehan Shipping Corp. 60. Suipicio Lines, Inc.
27. JVP Lines, Inc. 61. Supercat Fast Ferry Corp.
28. Keywest Shipping Lines Corp. 62. Sycamore Global Shipping Corp.
29. Kheri Lines, Inc. 63. Sumilon Island Tankers, Inc.
30. Loadstar Shipping. 64. TG Transmarine Corp.
31. Lorenzo Shipping Corp. 65. Trans- Asia Shipping Lines, Inc.
32. Matsya Shipping Corp. 66. Unilink Shipping Corp.
33. Marine Techniques, Inc. 67. Villa Shipping Lines, Inc.
34. MC Phil, Maru Shipping Corp.

G. LIST OF FASTCRAFTS

Ocean Jet 1 Weesam Express 1 Supercat 26


Ocean Jet 2 Weesam Express 3 St Emmanuel
Ocean Jet 7 Weesam Express 7 St Sealthiel
St Nuriel

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X. AGRICULTURE

1. RICE PRODUCTION HARVESTING: 2014

Total No. of Total Total no. of Total number Total Total Volume of Product Market
Farming No. of farmers who of farming Planted Harvested/ Production Local Export
Major Barangays Farmers are members households Area (Has.) Production (M.T.) (within the please
Crops of benefitting Area (Has.) city) specify Remarks
cooperative from the place
or other Agricultural within the
collective extension & region,
organizations on-site the place
research outside
services or the
facilities region)
Rice 22 444 444 548 503.29 394.99 1171.56 Public Kalibo,
Market and Antique
Supermarts and
neighboring
towns

3. VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: 2014

Total No. of Total Total no. of Total Total Total Volume of Product Market
Major Farming No. of farmers who number of Planted Harvested/ Production Local Export
Crops Barangays Farmers are members farming Area Production (M.T.) (within the please
of households (Has.) Area (Has.) city) specify the
cooperative benefitting place within Remarks
or other from the region,
collective Agricultural the place
organizations extension & outside the
on-site region)
research
services or
facilities
Leafy 22 248 248 248 23.81 23.81 2141.76 Publc Kalibo,
Markets Antique &
&Supermart Neighboring
town
Fruit & 22 178 178 178 29.38 29.38 3872.20
Vegs.
Root Vegs. 22 12 12 12 0.33 0.33 99.75
Legumes 22 16 16 16 6.3 6.3 359.73

4. FISH PRODUCTION: 2014

Number of Fishpond Operators 107*


Total # of Fishing Barangay 29 barangays
Fishpond Area 607.4193 has**
Brackish Water (Area) 606.4193 has
Fresh Water(Area) 1.0 has
Fish Processors 360
* TOTAL NO. OF FISHERFOLKS who are members of Cooperatives or other | 60 fisherfolks
collective Organizations Note: Existing PO’s requires reorganization or
reactivation

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TOTAL NO. OF FISHING HOUSEHOLDS benefitting from fishery extensions& onsite 2,300 fisherfolks benefits extension services
research services or facilities
Prospected Annual In-land Fisheries Production (M.T./kg.) 301
Source: City Agriculturist Office, Iloilo City

*Total Brackishwater Fishpond Operators/Area in Actual Operation: 82/377 has


** Total Freshwater Fishpond Operators/Area in Actual Operation : 29/1 has.
***Average Yield/Hectare/Year: 0.91 metric ton

Table No. 133 Annual Fish Production & Yield/Hectare: 2014

Total Cultivated Area (has.) Total Harvested Area (has.) Production (M.T.)/ Catch
Fishpond Aquaculture 378 378 345.74

Table No. 134 TOTAL NUMBER OF PRODUCTION SUPPORT FACILITIES : 2014

a. Irrigation pump 51 privately owned


b. Hand tractors 48 privately owned
c. Treshers 47 privately owned

Table No. 135 TOTAL NO. OF POST-HARVEST FACILITIES, ILOILO CITY : 2014

a. Drier/patio N/A
b. Kiskisan N/A
c. Semi cono N/A 1 mobile ricemill – Brgy. Hibao-an Sur
d. Rice mIll 5 Brgy. Lanit, Brgy. Ungka, Brgy. Hibao-an Norte
e. Warehouse 1 Barangay Ungka
f. Mechanical drier
Source: City Agriculturist Office, Iloilo City

Table No. 136 Locations of Fishpond Production Areas

District River Location of Fishpond Total Fishpond Area (has)


Guimaras Strait Hinactacan 170.8555
1. La Paz Jaro River Ingore 47.5
Iloilo River Magsaysay 0
Guimaras Strait Loboc 47.0
Iloilo River Sooc, Bonifacio, Sto. Domingo, San Jose
2. Arevalo 146.8184
Batiano River Sta. Cruz, Yulo, Sto. Niño Norte, Calaparan
3. Mandurriao Iloilo River Navais, San Rafael Tabucan 86.5954
4. Jaro Guimaras Strait Balabago, Bito-on 82.65
5. Molo Batiano River Calumpang, San Juan
25.0
Iloilo River South San Jose
Source: City Agriculturist Office, Iloilo City

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ILOILO CITY FISHERIES PROFILE: 2014

AGRI
Total Number of Fisherfolks Registered - 2,678 fisherfolks (as of June 2014
(Indirect fishermen included e.g. fish vendors, fish workers, etc.) Registration On-going)
Number of Coastal Barangays - 26 barangays
Number of Fishery Active Coastal Barangays - 15 barangays
Number of River Barangays - 37 barangays
Number of Fishery Active River Barangays - 14 barangays
Total Number of (Active)Fishing Gears - 16 gear types
(Fish Gill Net, Crab Gill Net, Fish Trap, Crab Trap, Fish Shelter, Fish Coral, Shrimp
Fry Set Net, Bangus Fry Bulldozer, Multiple Long Line, Hand Line,
Cast Net, Set Filter Net, Manual Push Net, Motorized Push Net, Beach Seine)
Projected Annual Municipal Fisheries Production - 69,300.00 kilograms (69.300M.T.)
(Based on 75 actual fishermen per active fishing barangay)

1. LIST OF COASTAL BARANGAYS/DISTRICTS ALONG RIVER

A. List of Coastal Barangays

A. City Proper

1. Veterans Village
2. Gen. Hughes
3. Ortiz
4. Ma. Clara
5. Rizal Ibarra
6. Rizal Rima
7. Rizal Pala-Pala I
8. Rizal Pala-Pala II
9. Rizal Estanzuela
10. Tanza Bonifacio
11. Tanza Baybay

B. LaPaz District

1. Hinactacan
2. Ingore
3. Mansaya

C. Jaro District

1. Bito-on
2. Balabago

D. Molo District

1. North Baluarte
2. South Baluarte
3. Boulevard
4. San Juan
5. Calumpang

E. Arevalo District

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1. Calaparan
2. Sto. Niño Norte
3. Sto. Niño Sur

F. Lapuz District
1. Bo. Obrero
2. Loboc

B. List of River Barangays

Name of District
River City Proper Lapaz Jaro Mandurriao Molo Arevalo
Iloilo River 1.Concepcion 1.Nabitasan 1.Navais 1.San Pedro 1.Mohon
2.Legaspi 2.Luna 2.Tabucan 2.Tap-oc 2.Sto.Domingo
3.Muelle Loney 3.Laguda 3.San Rafael 3.S. San Jose 3.Sta. Felomina
4.Arsenal 4.Rizal Lapuz 4. N. San Jose 4.Sooc
5.Yulo-Arroyo 5.Progreso 5. N. Fundidor 5.San Jose
6. Pres. Roxas 6. Libertad 6.Bonifacio
7.San Agustin 7. Bo. Obrero
8.Inday
Batiano 1.Calumpang 1.Sta. Cruz
River 2. San Juan 2. Sto. Niño S
3. Boulevard 3. Sto. Niño N
4. S. Baluarte 4.Yulo
5.W. Habog-Habog 5.Calaparan
6.Salvacion
7.S. Fundidor
8.Comp. Central
Jaro River 1.Hinactacan 1.Tabuc Suba
2.Ingore 2.MH del Pilar
3.Ticud 3. Cubay
4.Banuyao 4. Benedicto
5.Caingin 5.Divinagracia
6.Jereos 6.Hechanova
7. Ma. Cristina
8.San Roque
9.San Isidro
10.Ungka
11.Sambag
Dungon 1.Nabitasan 1. Montinola 1.San Rafael
Creek 2.Magsaysay 2.Lady of Lourdes 2.Bolilao
3.San Vicente 3.Bakhaw
4.Seminaryo 4.Taft North
5.Desamparados 5. Calubihan
6.Dungon A 6.Sta. Rosa
7. Dungon B 7.Dungon C
Calahunan 1.Calahunan
Creek 2.Sooc

2. MUNICIPAL/CITY FISHERIES
No. of Municipal Fishermen - 1050 persons (Ave. Fisherfolks/active fishing brgy.)
Average Daily Catch - 5.50 kgs (8 hour fishing)
Average Monthly Catch - 110 kgs (20 day fishing/mo.)
Catch Per Unit Effort - 0.6875 kgs/hr
Projected Yearly Production - 69300 M.T.

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3. LIST OF MANGROVE AREAS BY BARANGAY/DISTRICT

AREA LOCATION
BARANGAY DISTRICT
Iloilo River Batiano River Dungon Creek Calahunan Creek Jaro River Coastal Zone
A. City Proper
1. San Agustin 0.08 has.
2.Inday 1.25 has.

B. Lapaz District
1.Nabitasan 0.50 has.
2.Luna 0.02 has.
3.Laguda 0.005 has.
4.Rizal Lapuz 0.015 has.
5.Magsaysay 0.03 has.
6.Hinactacan 0.28 has. 80.0 has.
7.Ingore 30.0 has.
8.Banuyao 0.003 has. 12.0 has.

C. Jaro District
1.Balabago 0.60 has.
2.Bitoon 0.30 has.
3.Montinola 0.10 has.
4.Lady of Lourdes 0.31 has.
5.Desamparados 0.21 has.
6.Calubihan 0.2 has.
7.Dungon A -
8. Dungon B -

D. Mandurriao Distrcit
1.Navais 0.75 has.
2.Tabucan 0.325 has.
3.San Rafael 0.40 has. 0.575 has.
4.Bolilao 1.45 has.
5.Bakhaw 0.60 has.
6.Taft North 0.215 has.
7.Calahunan 3.0 has.

E. Molo District
1. San Pedro 0.28 has.
2.Tap-oc 0.14 has.
3.South San Jose 0.40 has.
4.North Fundidor 0.35 has.
5.North San Jose 0.064 has.
6.Compania Central 0.264 has.
7.South Fundidor 0.186 has.
8.Salvacion 0.144 has.
9.South Baluarte 1.50 has.
10.North Baluarte 1.555 has.
11.West Habog-Habog 0.16 has.
12.Boulevard 0.345 has. 0.24 has.
13.San Juan 0.255 has. 0.14 has.
14.Calumpang 0.655 has. 0.28 has.

F. Arevalo District
1.Mohon 0.225 has.
2. Sto. Domingo 0.555 has.
3.Sta.Felomina 0.465 has.
4.Sooc 0.940 has. 3.0 has.
5.San Jose 0.80 has.
6.Sta. Cruz 0.49 has.
7. Sto. Niño Sur 0.612 has.
8. Sto. Niño Norte 0.62 has.

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9. Yulo 0.31 has.


10.Bonifacio 0.355has.
11.Calaparan 0.48has.

TOTAL 8.314 has 5.756 has 3.66 has 6.0 has 0.283 has 125.115 has
TOTAL MANGROVE AREA……. 149.124 has
Source: City Agriculturist Office, Iloilo City

Table No. 137 Number of Incoming and Outgoing Shipment of Products and By-Products: 2014

Output Indicator-Products Incoming Shipments Outgoing Shipments


Live Animals
Swine 3,970 50,100
Chicken/Poultry 4,128 52,355
Fighting Cock 7,049 65,200
Day old Chicks 651,405 12,555
Cattle 1,510 580,800
Goat 290 40,500
Carabao 623 4,130
Breeder Hogs 295 3,270
Breeder Carabao 29
Breeder Goat 100 14,730
Products and By-Products
Beef 570,800 225,944
Pork 381,310 56,486
Poultry 1,483,333 3,281,380
Hatching Eggs (‘000) 7,960,100 4,395,210
Table Eggs (‘000) 17,317,000 1,918,300
Processed Meat 3,815,700 4,250,890
Source: Animal Quarantine Services DA, Region 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 138 Daily Volumes of Fish Unloaded and Auctioned: 2014

Monthly Volume Unloaded and Monthly Volume Unloaded and Monthly Average
MONTH
Auctioned (in Kgs) Auctioned (in tubs) Wholesale Price
January 1,880,585 53,731 105.66
February 2,615,655 74,733 83.14
March 3,335,150 95,290 74.62
April 2,807,525 80,215 89.39
May 3,142,650 89,790 90.10
June 2,779,770 79,422 87.06
July 2,439,990 69,714 77.68
August 2,485,595 71,017 87.79
September 2,275,525 65,015 95.27
October 2,032,135 58,061 97.33
November 1,816,570 51,902 88.80
December 1,866,410 53,326 107.87
Total 29,477,560
Average Volume Unloaded & 2,456,463 kgs.
Auctioned Per Month 2,456.46 tons.
Average Price Per Month Php 90.39
Source: PFDA, IFPC, Iloilo City

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Table No. 139 Animals Slaughtered In Iloilo City: 2014

ANIMAL TYPE
MONTH CARABAO CATTLE HOG
CAR CASS CAR CASS CAR CASS
NO. OF HEADS NO. OF HEADS NO. OF HEADS
WEIGHT WEIGHT WEIGHT
January 484 80,518 255 25,683 4,430 265,093
February 513 85,225 269 26,235 5,343 318,825
March 470 841,970 256 21,558 5,293 309,808
April 415 64,755 296 22,730 5,141 276,930
May 465 74,570 313 22,800 5,574 294,385
June 561 88,690 260 19,180 5,768 315,460
July 569 104,125 243 25,160 5,778 376,865
August 607 105,780 220 28,695 5,621 386,430
September 614 108,790 188 26,760 3,940 284,105
October 694 123,500 161 18,390 5,969 408,100
November 628 120,635 166 18,665 5,842 392,940
December 817 150,540 139 16,920 6,831 462,110
Source: BAS, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 140 List of Companies/Exporters/Processors Operating


At Iloilo Fishing Port Complex: (Leases): 2014

CLIENT/LESSEE/ BUSINESS Tel/Fax No.


Nature of Business
CONTACT PERSON ADDRESS Email Address
1. Balt-Bep Fishing / Vicente V. Chavez Patao, Bantayan, Cebu (033)3293967 Fishing
2. Christopher D.Compa 24 Javellana St. Jaro, Iloilo City 09198144329 Fishing
North Baluarte,Zone III, Molo, Iloilo
3. Cirilio T. Rubin Fishing
City
Dressed Chicken
4. Conqueror Dressed Chicken
Distrbutor
5. Davao Molasses Haulers Incorporated Madrigal Bldg., Ayala Avenue,
Slipway & Marine
Jan Micheal Benedicto Makati City 338-14-57
Services
Managing Director
6. Digitel Mobile Phils. Inc.
6th Floor, Cybergate Tower II EDSA (02)395-2420/395-2423 Telecommunication
Atty. Sherwin C. de Joya
Cor. Pioneer St. Mandaluyong City (02)395-2430/3952431 Services
Manager, Legal Services
7. E & M Radio Marine Alusiman St., Phase II Gran Plains (33)338-2470 Telecommunication
Meriam Espinosa Subd. , Jaro Iloilo City (33)337-7504 Services
8. FMA Sea Resources
Brgy. Macatunao Concepcion, Iloilo (0929)3738665 Live Fish Exporter
Mercy C. Cayao
JETTI BUSINESS CENTER-PASAY
9. Jetti Petroleum, Inc.
Pres. D. Macapagal Ave., CBP-1A (033)333-41-81 Fuel Depot
Joel D. Aguilar –Chief Finance Off.
Pasay City
10. Jomar-Anne Health Marketing 13-A Socorro Subd.
(03)337-1788 Yakult Distributor
Jose Ong Molo, Iloilo City
237 Zone 11, Calaparan, Arevalo,
11. Lacson Marine &Consultancy Dry-Dockingfacilities
Iloilo City
Bldg. F. Phoenix Sun Business
12. Map 2000 Terminals, Inc. Park, E. Rodriguez, Jr. Ave. Fuel Depot
Bagumbayan, Q. C.
RM. 902-A Tytana
13. Orient Cold storage, Inc.
Plaza, Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz, Binondo (02)253-1250/33631-22 Warehousing
Roberto Ordoñez-Gen. Mgr.
Manila

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14. Panay Andok’s corporation Unit 5 7 6 D’Mall D’Boracay, Balabag


(36)288-5924 Restaurant
Willy Apolonia-Manager Boracay, Malay,Aklan
15. Phil. Pizza Inc. SM City, Iloilo Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Thomas Yusingco/Christy Ramos 15th Flr. Aurora towerCubao, (033)3202030 Restaurant
VP-Finance Quezon City
Lot. 2, Blk.3 Sierra Madre St.,
16.Poultryrich Dressed Chicken Poultry Dressing Plant
Alta Tierra Vill., Jaro Iloilo City
17. ROLDANTON ENTERPRISES Rm. 205 Juantong Bldg.Rizal St.,
09154263974 Fishing Business
Engr. Danilo Delicano Lapuz, I.C
18. V-Star Trucking & Logistic Corp.
Hizon Road, Lanang , Davao City Fuel Hauler
Jonathan A. Rizon - OIC
19. YYN Faith Fishing Corp. Iloilo Fish port complex Tanza , Iloilo
335-01-65
Ms. Thea liz R. Fu City
20. B.N Fish Dealer Brgy. Bonifacio, Tanza, Iloilo City 09192188940 Fish Business
21. FINFISH HATCHERIES INC.
Renato B. Bocaya Alabel, Saranggani Province Aquaculture
National Sales Manager
22. Hersa Enterprises
Mandurriao, Iloilo City (33)321-2185 Fruit Dealer
Obligacion, Elsa J.
PFDA Bldg.Parrucho St.
23. 5-D Processing & Cold Storage 09202471743 Fishing Business
Washington, Surigao City
24. HAPPY KITCHEN Amigo Plaza Mall,Iznart St., Iloilo
Restaurant
Ana Rowena Yap-Jiz City
25. PP Poultry Dresser (33)3965980
Zone II Tacas, Jaro, Iloilo City Poultry Dressing Plant
Ms. Ma. Paz B. Zaldarriaga (0917)03030103
2023 P. Margal Street, Sampaloc,
26. RNR Trucking 0922-817-1664 Fuel Hauler
Manila
27. Erlinda Alvarez Bo. Kasingkasing, Molo, Iloilo City Carinderia
28. Josette Saloma 39 Rizal St.,Iloilo City Eatery
29. Nelfa de Asis Tanza, Baybay, Iloilo City Eatery
30. RH Builders & Contractors Depot 110 E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue, Retail Home
508-55-90
Corp. Bagumbayan, Quezon City Improvement
31. TJS Commercial 311 Ledesma St., Iloilo City 338-44-55/0917-5470036 Fruit Dealer
32. Cares Meatfoods, Inc. Seafront Subd. Sto. Niño Sur,Villa, Frozen Foods
(033)3365377
Julius Abangan Arevalo, Iloilo City Distributor
33. Iloilo 4R Trading Frozen Foods
Iloilo Terminal Market (33)329-3891
Rosanna C. Caña Distributor
34. JGM Distributor Inc. Frozen Foods
Quintin Sala, Jaro , Iloilo City 329-03-57
Lucia G. Mondragon Distributor
Frozen Foods
35. Centino Frozen Foods Zone 8 Calumpang Molo, Iloilo City 338-28-49
Distributor
36. Lava, Josefino Jr. (33)336-5723 Frozen Foods
Zone-1b, San Juan Molo, Iloilo City
Marka NCT (033)509-8645 Distributor
37. Food Master Quality Meat Products #8 Aurora Subd.Iloilo City (33)337-7327 Frozen Foods
Francis S. Juan Loa (33)337-6367 Distributor
Frozen Foods
38. Reynaldo Jaleco Zone 2 Bo. Obrero 501-99-79
Distributor
39. Sammy’s Manokan Frozen Foods
Rizal Ibarra Street, Iloilo City (033)3361205
Sammy Legaspi Distributor
Frozen Foods
40.Uldarico Servando Stall # 21-A Iloilo Terminal Market
Distributor
Banker’s Village, Tabuc Suba, Jaro,
41. A-S Fish Broker (33)329-4382 Fish Brokerage
Iloilo City
42. C.G.C. Fish Broker Brgy. Airport, Mandurriao, Iloilo City (33)321-3640 Fish Brokerage

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43. Eddie H. Japitana Co., Inc Tabuc Suba, Jaro, Iloilo City (33)329-6537 Fish Brokerage
B11 L1 Mutual Homes Subd., Tabuc
44. E.M. Maloto Fish Broker (33)329-3967 Fish Brokerage
Suba, Jaro, Iloilo City
51 R. Mapa St., Mandurriao, Iloilo
45. MFJ Fish Broker (33)321-1500 Fish Brokerage
City
46. A.R. Central Fish Broker Ledesco Village, Lapaz, Iloilo City (33)321-1500 Fish Brokerage
Blk. 1 Phase 2 Greenfield Subd.
47. CFTV Fish Broker 09156833852 Fish Brokerage
Jaro, Iloilo City
Juntado Subd., Calumpang, Iloilo
48. JB Cabral Trading Corp (33)335-1205 Fish Brokerage
City
49. JL Jucaban Fish Broker (033)329-6827
Cuartero, Jaro Iloilo city Fish Brokerage
John L. Jucaban (0919)8809203
50. Jm Jucaban Fish Broker (33)503-4929
San Juan, Molo Iloilo City Fish Brokerage
Joemarie M. Jucaban (33)336-0822
51. J.Q. Fish Broker (33)336-1938
201 Lopez Jaena, Molo Iloilo City Fish Brokerage
Luisa R. Quimsing (33)336-0213
52. Leda G. Fuentes Fish Marketing MYL Subd. Balantang Jaro, Iloilo
(33)329-4805 Fish Brokerage
Leda G. Fuentes City
53. L.L. J Fish Broker 109-G l-A Blvd.,
(33)336-4150 Fish Brokerage
Leo l. Jucaban San Juan, Molo Iloilo City
54. Noel B. Odicta Brgy. Tyanza, esperanza, Iloilo City (033)3371619/300-3411
Fish Brokerages Fish Brokerage
Noel B. Odicta
55. MRC Fish Marketing Gladiola Rd., Sto niño Subd.
(33)337-3478 Fish Brokerage
Manuela Precia Cagbang, Oton
56. Ronnie Betita BandojoVIII
Brgy. Guzman,
Fish Broker (0916)3845525 Fish Brokerage
Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Ronnie B. Bandojo VIII
57. R.R. Alido Fish Broker (33)3371733
Stalls No. 5 & 18 Fish Brokerage
Ma. Cecilia A. Guillergan 09155094906
58. Rolando T. Vera Cruz
(33)336-1332/
Fish Broker Sta. Cruz, Arevalo Iloilo City Fish Brokerage
(33)336-7114
Nene Vera Cruz
Blk. 48, L 7, Anaros Subd.,
59. Toto Paul Fish Dealer Fish Brokerage
Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Source of Data: PFDA, IFPC, Iloilo City

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XI. TOURISM

Table No. 141 Accredited Accommodations: 2014


A. HOTELS - 31

HOTEL NO. OF NO.OF ROOMS CONTACT CLASSIFICATION ADDRESS


EMPLOYEES PERSON
Bonifacio Drive Iloilo
1. River Queen Hotel 19 36 Sonia Dela Serna Economy
City
180 J. De Leon Street
2. Chitos Hotel 11 22 Melinda Tinsay Economy
Iloilo City
Cor. Aldeguer – J.M.
3. Harbor Town
17 34 Gerardo Villanueva Economy Basa Sts., La Paz
Hotel
Iloilo City
4. The Grand Dame Cor. Rizal & Huervana
45 35 Emel Diez Standard
Hotel Sts., La Paz Iloilo City
5. EON Centennial Jalandoni Street Iloilo
34 43 Alana Cambaya Standard
Plaza Hotel City
6. Iloilo Grand Hotel 83 112 Robert Alor Standard Iznart Street Iloilo City
M.H. Del Pilar Street
7. Hotel Del Rio 113 59 Maria Isabel Uy Standard
Iloilo City
8. Amigo Terrace Cor. Iznart – Delgado
75 99 Susan Romero Standard
Hotel Sts. Iloilo City
Lopez jaena St., San
9. Moritz Hotel 5 26 Mike Javelosa Economy
Isidro, Jaro Iloilo City
Smallville Business
10. Iloilo Business Center, Diversion
55 60 Dr.Emilio R. Salcedo Economy
Hotel Road, Mandurriao
Iloilo City
Cor. Fuentes-Delgado
11. Peoples Hotel 26 54 Leilah Geronimo Economy
Sts. Iloilo City
4th Flr. Atrium Bldg.
12. Days Hotel Iloilo 67 70 Jeorge Wong Standard
Gen. luna St. Iloilo City
13. Sports Front Magsaysay Village, La
6 30 Criska Ortaliz Economy
Hotel Paz Iloilo City
14. Sarabia Manor 101 General Luna
250 187 John Eric Mendoza Standard
Hotel Street Iloilo City
14-A Aldeguer Street
15. Madia as Hotel 12 50 Go Hua Lam Economy
Iloilo City
Quezon Street, Iloilo
16. Century 21 23 66 Dorothy Ann Apostol Economy
City
17. Iloilo Midtown Yulo-Iznart Street Iloilo
80 74 Michael Uy Economy
Hotel City
Tina Marie General Luna Street
18. Highway 21 49 83 Standard
Mascarinas Iloilo City
John Frederick M.H. Del Pilar Street,
19. La Fiesta Hotel 19 25 Economy
Sarabia Molo Iloilo City
20. My Residence 44 General Luna
30 25 Carlito Lerio Economy
Hotel Street Iloilo City
Smallville Commercial
Complex, Diversion
21. Smallville 21 43 76 Judith Jabinigay Standard
Road, Mandurriao
Iloilo City
Jaladoni Street Iloilo
22. Fine Rock Hotel 40 84 Marites Nallos Economy
City
Glicerio T. Pison
23. Westown Hotel 73 90 Orly Ong Standard Benigno Aquino Drive,
Mandurriao Iloilo City

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24. Diversion 21 Diversion Road,


84 Standard
Hotel Mandurriao Iloilo City
25. El Haciendero
29 Economy Jaro Iloilo City
Private Hotel
26. Go Hotel 150 Mark Jess Sebusa Standard Ledesma St., Iloilo City
27. Injap Tower Diversion Road Bolilao
202 Standard
Condotel Mandurriao Iloilo City
28. Imperial Grand
200 Iznart St., Iloilo City
Tower
29. 88 Plaza Hotel Delgado St., Iloilo City
30. Richmonde Hotel 149 Under Construction
31. Circle Inn Hotel
42 60 Julianne Borro Economy Iznart St, Iloilo City
& Suites
Total 1217 2314

Pension House No. of Employees No.of Rooms Contact Person Classification Address
1. Ong Bun Pension 23 40 Gerard Ong Manager Ledesma St. Iloilo City
Jose Gerardo Lopez Jaena St. Jao,
2. Jaro Bellevue 8 16 Manager
Guadarrama Iloilo City
Gen. Luna St. Iloilo
3. Eros Travellers 6 15 Editha Anas
City
Burgos St. La Paz,
4. Lapaz Pension 5 18 Editha Anan Manager
Iloilo City
12 General Luna
5. The Family Pension 4 15 Dr. Marovi A. Celiz Manager
Street Iloilo City
6. Lola Corazon Delgado St. Iloilo City
3 9 Mauricio Inayan
Pension
7. Rosa Maria Pension 2 18 Manager Rizal Lapaz Iloilo City
Gen. Luna St. Iloilo
8. Pension Del Carmen 4 5
City
Luna St. La Paz, Iloilo
9. Empress Pension 8 68
City
10. Sarabia Charter General Luna Street
4 14 Janette Etrata Manager
House Iloilo City
11. En Pension House Under Renovation
Corner M.H. del Pilar
12. Le Chateau & Lopez Jaena Sts.,
Molo Iloilo City
Commission Civil St.,
13. Queens Pension 41
Jaro, Iloilo City
Total 67 259

Tourist Inn No. of Employees No.of Rooms Contact Person Classification Address
Rizal Cor Guanco St.
1. City Corporate Inn 7 42 Gloria Fernandez Manager
Iloilo City
Luna St. La Paz, Iloilo
2. Urban Inn 9 21 Ma. Visitacio Jenson Manager
City
Time Square Building
3. Riverside Inn 20 42 Charen Galfo Manager General Luna Street
Iloilo City
Lopez Jaena St., Jaro,
4. Lelac Inn 3 20 Jere Cejan Manager
Iloilo City
5. Budget Inn 5 14 Sherlock Chan Owner Valeria St., Iloilo City
6. Circle Inn 4 10 Julianne Borro Manager Iznart St, Iloilo City
Balantang Jaro Iloilo
7. Northview Hotel 4 12 Raul Gallo Owner
City
8. Iloilo City Inn 113 Seminario Street,
10 33 Helen Stunner Owner
(Bavarian Inn) Jaro Iloilo City
MC Arthur Drive Tabuc
9. Vista Inn 13 33 Luciel Almutuya Manager
Suba Jaro Iloilo City

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Total 71 194
Resorts No. of Employees No.of Rooms Contact Person Classification Address
1. Punta Villa Sto. Nino Sur Arevalo
34 127
Iloilo City
2. Villa Rosa by the Calaparan-Villa Beach,
9 12
Sea Arevalo, Iloilo City
3. Centennial Resort
and Convention 36 58 Michael John Pala Manager
Center
Total 79 197

Source: City Tourism, Iloilo City

B. ACCREDITED RESTAURANTS - 5

Restaurants Address TEL/FAX # Cuisine Seating Capacity


1. Amalfi Cucina Italiana The Avenue Complex, Glicerio Pison (033)329-5289 Italian Foods 40
Ave., Brgy. San Rafael, mandurriao,
Iloilo City
The Avenue Complex, Glicerio Pison
2. Bourbon Street Grill and
Ave., Brgy. San Rafael, mandurriao, (033)320-3028 American 100
Bar
Iloilo City
The Avenue Complex, Glicerio Pison
3. Mojave Grill and Steakhouse Ave., Brgy. San Rafael, mandurriao, (033)329-5616 Tex-mex 80
Iloilo City
4. Ocean City Seafood and Gen. Luna St., Iloilo city (033)336-
Chinese/Native 350
Restaurant, Inc 9272/336-0118
88JSD Bldg. B. Aquino Avenue,
5. Siam By Krua Thai (033)321-3784/85 Thai Cuisine 100
Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Source: DOT, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

C. ACCREDITED SPECIALTY SHOPS – 2

Specialty
Name of Establishment Address General Manager Tel./Fax No.
Products
G22 Madrid Bldg., Plazuela De Iloilo,
Wines and Dr. Mae Tamayo
1.Henry’s MJCJ and Liquors Sen. B. Aquino Ave., Mandurriao, (033)333-3788
Liquors Panes
Iloilo City
Glicerio Pison Avenue, Brgy. San
2. Coffeebreak Avenue Coffee Leonardo Billones 329-6915
Rafael, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Source: DOT, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

D. Accredited Hotels - 14

Hotels Address General Manager TEL/FAX #


1. Sarabia Manor Hotel and
Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City Nestor N. Aguilar (033)335-1021/337-9130
Convention Center
2. Hotel del Rio M.H. del Pilar, Molo, Iloilo City Ma. Isabel Uy (033)3351171
3. Amigo Terrace Hotel Iznart-Delgado St., I.C. George Caparas (033)3350908/3350610
4. Diversion 21 Hotel G.T. Pison San Rafael, Avenue, Mrs. Judith S. Jabinigay (033)321-7721/321-
Mandurriao, Iloilo City 1669/09177165097
5. Iloilo Grand Hotel Iznart St., Iloilo City Robert Alor (033)3351801/3350456
6. Iloilo Midtown Hotel Yulo St., Iloilo City Michael Uy (033)338-0888/336-888
7. Go Hotels Iloilo De Leon Corner Quezon St., Iloilo Elizabeth Gregorio (033)335-0486
City

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8. Days Hotel The Atrium Bldg., Bonifacio-Gen. Mr. Jorge Emmanuel (033)337-32-97
Luna Sts. Iloilo City Wong
9. Injap Tower Hotel by Hotel West Diversion Road, Mandurriao, Arnel Sy (033)338-4538
101 Iloilo City
10. Iloilo Business Hotel Glicerio Pison Stree, Mandurriao, De. Emilio Salcedo (033)320-7972
Iloilo City
11. MO2 Westown Hotel Glicerio Pison Stree, Mandurriao, Orley Ong (033)509-02-02/509-56-78
Iloilo City
12. People’s Hotel Cor. Delgado-Fuentes Sts., Iloilo Ma. Leilah Yunsay (033)3361070/09328474111
City Geronimo
13. The Grand Dame Hotel Corner Huervana & Rizal St., (033)320-5454/
Emilio San Agustin Diez
Lapaz, Iloilo City 09177188873
14. The Grand Tower Suites TTK Bldg., Iznart St., Iloilo City Robert Alor (033)333-2894-95/335-0456
Source: DOT, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

E. ACCREDITED TOUR OPERATORS AND TRAVEL AGENCIES - 16

General Manager
ADDRESS TEL/FAX #
TRAVEL AND TOUR AGENCY
1. All Star Travel and Events Oñate St., Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Bernadine A. Palacios 033-3211401/ 508-9183
Company
No.22 Manfred’s Building, Gen.
2. Constellation Travels, Inc. Kristine Chan (033)503-3177/09178238655
Street, Iloilom City
3. ELS Travel & Tours (Main) 116-A Ledesma St., Iloilo City Iris Lily Ho 033-336-4892/93
4. Space Center ServicesTravel Zerrudo Bldg., Commission Civil
Darlin Amaguin lopez (033)330-1367/09276845239
and Tours Inc. Street Jaro, Iloilo City
5. GTI Tickets & Tours Maryville Bldg. Valeria St., Iloilo City Luther Godiz 3364778/3969699/3001143
Door 1A, AJL Bldg, Brgy. Villa Anita,
6. Iexplore Travels Unlimited CO. Christian Cesar Garrido (033)3366011/(033)5088110
Gen. Luna St. Iloilo City
Door 3 Sunny Side Residence,
7. Islands Link Travel & Tour Minehaha C. Alegria 333-0125/396-7353
Jalandoni street, Jaro ,Iloilo City
8. Iloilo Skyways Travel and Marymart Mall,BLDG II, Valeria St.
Jane Marie J. Jaspe 033 3379723/033 3362858
Tours Iloilo City
9. LAL Smallville Travel and Door 9, CLJBuilding,Plaza Rizal Jaro,
Lorna Longno 5088178/3292517/09209284638
Tours Iloilo City
10. Majestic Dolphin Travel 1st floor “M” JBLFMU Compound ,
Ms. Venus Bernardo (033) 3368793
Agency, Inc M.H. Del Pilar St. Iloilo City
11. Paradise World Travel and 2nd Floor,Rm 12-b,Jamerlan Bldg.
Eva Gepullano 3358558/09182825073/3964735
Tours Iznart st. Iloilo City
Gf Rm 2 Tomas Ching Chua Bldg.
12. Southwest Tours (Boracay) Inc. Brgy. San Rafael, Mandurriaoa, Iloilo Myla S. Torralba (033)329-4640/09178880533
City
13. Tickets TO GO! Travel and 3rd Level, The Atrium Mall, General
Angie Christina Chua Que 396-5168
Tours, Inc Luna Street, Iloilo City
14. Travel & Marketing Experts Unit-11 Amigo Plaza Mall, Iznart St.,
Maria Amihan Panes 3382838
Corp. Iloilo City
15. Wings & Waves Travel Lower ground floor, SM City,
Lee Christine Lomabao 63333200733
Services, Inc Mandurriao,Iloilo City
Mezzanine flr., Casa Plaza bldg., Gen.
16. Winkline Travel & Tours Vivian Escultero 3383267
Luna St., Iloilo City
Source: DOT, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

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Name of Tour Guide Address Email Address Tel./Fax No.

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1. Aileen Gay Magno Cubing Porras Apartments, Lot 15 Blk 13 Bankers Village 6 whitemist79@gmail.com 0907-971-2000
Dungon B Jaro, Iloilo City
2. Melanie Yulores Ortega 9 Jereos Extension, La Paz, Iloilo City Melanie18@yahoo.com 09272444111
3. Anthony Edang Portugalete Buntatala, Jaro, Iloilo City Tata31168@yahoo.com 9082658858
4. Lester P. de Julian San Roque, Jaro, Iloilo City Lester_guide@yahoo.com 09399365422
5. Romel Tan Celoso Princedale Subd., Bonifacio Street, Arevalo District, romelceloso@yahoo.com 0912-5304445;
Iloilo City 3383448
Blk. 6 Lot 35, Centennial Townshome, Alta Tierra
6. April Joy Garvilles Santiago apol_joy16@yahoo.com (033)508-5212
Village, Iloilo City
033-314-7492/
7. Consorcia Erlyn Savariz Alunan M.H. Del Pilar Stree, Iloilo City erlynalunan@yahoo.com
09179857804
8.Rophine Gregorio Visorio Magallanes Street, Roxas City, Capiz Rvlv77@yahoo.com 092055555888
Source: DOT, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

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Plaza Libertad formerly “PLAZA ALFONSO XII” where the Philippine flag was raised in triumph after the
Spaniards surrendered Iloilo, their last capital in the Philippines on December 25, 1898
La Villa De Arroyo 6 kms. Southwest of Iloilo City proper; 2nd capital of the Alcaldia of Panay;first Spanish
settlement in Panay to be attacked in 1588 by the English privateer Sir Thomas Cavendish,
third circum navigator of the world.
Jaro District Old colonial houses of sugar barons and Hispano-Filipino house of the elite still stand; seat
of Catholicism in Western Visayas.
Jaro Belfry The belt tower of the “New Cathedral” wa the former bell tower of the Jaro Church built by
Fray Llanos in 1826-1837. One of the few belfries in the country that stans apart from the
church. It was ruined by 1948 earthquake and restored by the Iloilo City Government during
the last decade of the 1900s.
Jaro Cathedral The first and only cathedral In Panay built in 1864. It was inaugurated on February 2, 1874,
the feast day of Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria. It is one major example of a colonial
church that has undergone transformations after the second World War. One of its high
points in Panay’s history was the visit of Pope John Paul II, conducting a mass in 1982.
Visitors can go up to a kind of veranda or balcony at the front of the Jaro Cathedral where
an icon of a Madonna and child, the approximated to be life size, is situated. Catholic
devotees believed that the image is miraculous. Over the years, the icon is believed to have
grown in size, and when it could no longer fit the former niche, it had to be brought down,
hence its current location.
Jaro Evangelical Church The first Baptist Church in the Philippines.
Molo District Athens of the Philippines; has produced many intellectual and political leaders; 1 chief
justice (Ramon Avanceña), 8 senators, 7 governors, 8 revolutionary generals, 10 legislators
and many cabinet members.
Arroyo Fountain Kilometer zero; constructed in 1927 named after Senator Jose Maria Arroyo, grandfather of
the Philippines, Miguel “Mike” Arroyo.
Arevalo Church Home of the 3rd oldest Sto. Niño image. There are only three original image of the child
Jesus in th whole archipelago. The oldest is found in Cebu, which was discovered by
Legaspi in 1565, 2nd in Tondo Church found in 1572, and the 3rd in Arevalo.
JM Basa Street Formerly called “Calle Real”; presently known as the Cultural Heritage Zone, declared as
such because of the existing abundance of heritage buildings.
Muelle Loney Port of Iloilo named after British Nicholas Loney, “Father of Philippine Sugar Industry”;
Nicholas Loney Monument Erected in honor of Nicholas Loney, Father of Sugar Industry”’ he could easily be identified
as the “architect of Iloilo’s progress being responsible for uplifting its economy from a less
promising textile trade to a booming sugar business.
Muelle-Loney-a street in the Iloilo waterfront is one reminder of Loney’s progressive
enterprise.
Fort San Pedro Fort San Pedro or formerly “real Fuerza de Iloilo” was completed in 1616 all made of stone
with good bulwarks and arsenal that were surrounded by big cannons. Quadrilateral in
shape and measured 60 by 60 meters. The walls were composed of cut outs of Guimaras
rocks and coral stones from along the Panay Coast. Fort San Pedro was built to protect the
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the fort started in the early 20th century and was totally destroyed during World War II.

Baluarte Elementary School Repudetly known as the first public elementary school in the Philippines. It was founded in
1905 in Baluarte, Molo, and Iloilo by Rosendo Mejica, an Ilonggo honored by the Iloilo Press
Club as the “Dean of Visayan Journalist” and of the Iloilo Council as the “Dean of Municipal
Councilors of Iloilo”. The school had produced eminent people, Amongits graduates atre
former Congressman, Senator and Mayor of Iloilo City.
Balantang Memorial Cemetery A national shrine located in Balantang, Jaro, Iloillo City. The only military cemetery establish
outside Metro Manila. The bloodiest battle of the guerillla forces of Col. Macario Peralta, Jr
had occurred in these hollowed grounds of Balantang and vicinity from February 6 up to the
liberation of Iloilo City on March 20, 1945.
Memorial Cemetery Museum Located in Balantang, Jaro, and Iloilo City where WWII vintage firearms, submachine guns
and 81 mortars are displayed; photographs and situation maps depicting historical events
are likewise exhibited.
General Macario Peralta, Jr. Statue & Park Now known as Freedom Park, in honor of one of the bravest guerrilla fighters.
Ayala Land Techno The construction of Ayala’s Iloilo Techno Hub, a commercial development by Ayala Land,
has already started. The complex is located in Riverside Boardwalk (near Smallville) and is
envisioned to address Iloilo City’s lack of Business Process Outsourcing (PBO) spaces,
which one of the reasons why Iloilo City is behind other cities in the Philippines in attracting
investments from call center companies despite its competitive manpower advantage. The
P1B development will feature three buildings; the first of whcich will be completed on the
first quarter of 2011. Ayala Techno Hub will also have spaces for restaurants and retail
shops.
PlazuelA De Iloilo: Florete’s Mall Strip Owner is Mr. Rogelio Florete, the man behind Bombo Radyo Philippines and Queen Bank
is developing a mall strip for retails and BPO’s.
The establishment is a Spanish-Italian styled building designed by the most notable Palafox
and associates who are tasked to do the Iloilo City urban planning. It is located along
Diversion Road at the Old Nes n’ Tats Restaurant besides SM City Iloilo that will really
compliment and boost the shopping and dining potential of the area.
Source: CTDO, Iloilo City

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Magdalena G. Jaladoni Historical Shrine The house was built around 1950’s; it is generally made of concrete and wood featuring
arch windows with panes decorated with transparent colored glasses. The most notable
features of the house designed by Magdalena Jalandoni herself with the help of Dominador
Asong who drew up the plan. The tower like structure housing the chapel-indicative of a
strong and religious character of the great Ilonggo novelist. Contains collections of
Magdalena Jalandoni’s works, the 1st Republic Cultural Heritage awardee in Literature in
1969. Magdalena had a different man in mind to marry. He must not only be a very
handsome man but he must also possess the soul of an artist. The only person who
approached her ideal man was the hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.
Museo Iloilo and Antique Collections Repository of Iloilo’s Cultural Heritage. Carbon-14 dated fossils, shells and rocks, klaked
tools, native pottery, ornamented teeth, jewelry, secondary burial coffin, underwater relics,
coins, sculptures, silver crafts, gallery rare pictures and art pieces by Ilonggo artists on
display.
Rosendo Mejica Museum Repository of valuable memorabilia, social and cultural literature in Hiligaynon, English and
Spanish dating from the last quarterof the 19th century to the 6th decade of the 20th century.
Molo Church The church is known to be the most beautiful in the whole Western Visayas. It is also
affectionately known as the “Women Church” because of the sixteen nearly life-size images
of female saints occupying the columns on either side of the church’s center aisle.
Construction of the church began in 1831 under the administration of Rev. Pablo Montaño
and completed under that of Rev. Agapito Buenaflor. The whole structure is supported by
posts of “ancient” designs at several areas. The church was famous for paintings of biblical
characters during the last half of the 19 the century that it prompted Dr. Jose Rizal, our
national hero, to visit.
The Molo façade is lofty with a neo-classical elegance. Gothicized in some of its details, the
two-storey façade is composed of the twin belfries in mind, thus, projecting effectively the
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Nelly Garden Built in 1928 and was commissioned by the philanthropist and statesman. Don Vicente
Lopez y Villanueva together with his wife, Doña Elena Hofilena y Javelona. Before they built
Nelly Garden, the couple lived near the Cathedral, but in constant noise prompted Doña
Elena ask her husband to quitter location where she could also indulge in her passion for
flowers and gardening. A four hectares of land purchased for 1 peso per square meter from
national heroine Patrocinio Gamboa, who was also a very close friend of Doña Elena
Engineer Don Mariano Salas motif of the architecture is Classical Cirinthian, but already
with touches of Art Deco. The edifice is constructed of reinforced concrete all throughout
the two storeys with interiors of line Philippine hardwood. It was named after their eldest
daughter Nelly and up to the present.
Casa Mariquit Two century old house, considered one of the oldest existing houses in Iloilo and where the
Javellana Family once resided. One of the family members, Maria Mariquit Javellana lived
there with her husband,the former Vice President of the Philippines, Fernando Lopez, Sr.
Lopez Boathouse Mansion A four-storey white mansion owned by Eugenio H. Lopez. The name “Boathouse” was
given by his children. It has been called “Boathouse” bacuase it shares distinct features
with a boat. According to Oscar Lopez, the house looks like a battleship complete with
portholes. The long veranda of the house can be compared to the viewing deck of the boat.
The tower goes up to the Fourth floor viewing deck. The mansion is a “modern affair,
sleekly done in an art deco style” designed by Architect Fernando Ocampo Sr. located in
Iloilo.
Sanson-Montinola Antilllan House Noted as a typical example of Antillan Architecture, the house is “one of the best preserved
houses in Jaro”. Though presently looking unkept because of the weeds surrounding it, the
house still maintains its elegant appearance. The house is situated adjacent to the campus
of the Colegio de San Jose E. Lopez St., Jaro. Owned by Herminia Montinola, the house
sits on a sprawling property extending up to the Commission Civil road. The façade of the
house has a projecting portion which, in the upper floor, serves as part of the living room,
and in the lower floor, serves as vestibular area for the main entrance. There are
decorations of carved wood, a Spanish influence. This sometimes serves as venues for
fashion shows and other related events.
Graciano Lopez Jaena Shrine Located at cor. Lopez Jaena-Fajardo Sts., Jaro, Iloilo City; birthplace of Graciano Lopez
Jaena, founder of ‘La Solidaridad’publication.

Camiña Balay Nga Bato Formerly Avanceña House at #20 Osmeña St., Arevalo built around 1860’s; it served as
general headquarters of the Filipino revolutionaries against the Spanish and American
Government.
Villanueva House One of the heritage houses located at Bonifacio Drive Iloilo City; constructed in 1928 and
was originally owned by Julio Ledesma. The engineer was Eusebio Canto Villanueva, the
present owner. The house is a two-storey building made of narra wood, galvanized iron and
concrete.
It was that Julio Ledesma’s family owed much money to a Spaniard named Manuel
Galalas. Hence, when their lives prospered, they decide to give the house to Galalas as
gratitude. It did not take long when the Spaniard decided to sell the house. Villanueva took
interest in the offer and bought the house at a reasonable price.
Used as Japanese headquarters during the WWII where the basement was used as a
torture chamber for Filipinos caught during the war.
Juan Ledesma House A heritage house in a 5,000 square meter lot at Bonifacio Drive, built in 1930 at estimated
cost of Php 80,000. A two-storey building with basement. Ther are four big rooms with bath
tub in the second floor while the ground floor was utilized as iving and dining rooms and
kitchen. The building was occupied by the Japanese army during the war. And after the
war, the hose was again used by the U.S. Army is its headquarters.
The house is rumored to be haunted; hence no occupants dare to stay long. It was in 1990,
the interior was renovated and transformed into a hotel with the name “The Castle”
Colegio de San Jose One of the oldest existing educational institutions in the province. It is located at E. Lopez
St. Jaro, Iloilo City. It was the first Catholic School for girls in Western Visayas. On May 1,
1872 the Daughters of Charity opened a school to provide Chiristian Education for young
girls. Formerly situated in a small fenced lot on an ordinary house, and later expanded to its
recent site.
Iloilo National High School Century old institution established in 1902 through American efforts. The school was
housed in a two-storey buiding across the street from the Provincial Capitol before it
transferred to its present site in La Paz on land donated by Don Francisco Habana
Jalandoni in 1906. In 1904 was a significant year in that, for the first time, Filipino students
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Central Philippine University One of the largest institutions in the Visayas, located in the district of Jaro. It was founded by
American Baptist missionaries in 1905.Its original name was Jaro Industrial School.The 24-
hectare campus, with more than 30 buildings used for classrooms and support facilities. It
has remained true to its mission as a Christian institution whose motto is Scientia et Fides
(Knowledge and Faith).The beautifully landscaped campus had been declared a tourist
destination by the local tourism authority. The city council mentioned CPU as home to the
largest library in Western Visayas, the Henry Luce III Library, with more than 200,000
volumes. A non-stock, non-profit Christian institution of higher learning in Iloilo City.
St. Vincente Ferrer Seminary The 5th and the last seminary founded during Spanish regime by the Augustinian fathers.
The Re. Mariano Cuartero, the first bishop of Jaro, founded the seminary in 1869.For the
purpose of training priests for the different parishes which at that time were almost entirely
under the Augustinian friars. Bishop Cuartero invited the Vicentian Fathers of the province
of Madrid, Spain to organize and direct the Jaro Seminary. The construction of the
seminary began on march 11, 1871 under the direction of fr. Aniceto Gonzales, one of the
pioneer Vicentian priests, who acted as foreman. The place of the construction was fast
due to enthusiasm of the Fathers and the seminarians who joined the workers during their
free time. They carried by hand the bricks from the river bank, where the banks or wooden
boats unloaded them to the place work. Even Bishop Cuartero as seen many a time
carrying bricks to construction site. The building was completed in November 1874.
Historical Marker on Patrocinio Gamboa This was erected for her at Jaro Plaza to remind the Ilonggos for her heroic deed. On
November 28, 1898, the saga of her courage and patriotism took place when she brought
to Sta. Barbara, Iloilo the Philippine flag, the first hoisted outside in Luzon, and a saber foe
General Martin Delgado. She outsmarted the casadores who were posted along the road to
Sta. Barbara to inspect travelers.
UP in the Visayas Iloilo City Campus Currently the main building of the campus, this historical building is actually the old city hall
of Iloilo City. Built more than a decade before the Second World War, this building served
the city of Iloilo as its city hall from 1936 till the 50s. The city government donated the
building to the university and is still used up to this day.
University of San Agustin Augustinians friars from Spain belonging to the Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus of
the4 Philippines founded the University of San Agustin on 1904. It was raised into a
university status on March 1, 1953.The Spanish Augustinians were the first Christian
missionaries of any religious order to enter the Philippines and begin its conversion to
Catholicism. The motto of the privately-owned university is Virtus it Scientia; The University
is named in honor of fourth century saint Augustine of Hippo. On February 5, 1917, it was
formally incorporated under thename Colegio de San Agustin de Iloilo.
Saint Paul University and Hospital The university was founded in 1907. It is one of 42 schools owned, managed, and operated
by the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres in the Philippines. The university was previously a
women’s college until it finally went co-ed to accommodate male students from the male
college of Ateneo de Tuguegarao that closed down.
The hospital was established in 1909 by the four sisters- Sr. Donatine, Sr. Antoine, Sr.
Augustine, Sr. Felix. Now, it has become one of the biggest and famous hospitals in the
metropolis.
Old Provincial Capitol The capitol building in Iloilo referred to as “Casa Real” or the Royal House during the
Spanish times was built in 1840. The “Casa Real” was the residence of the alcalde-mayor
or governor, the highest Spanish official in Iloilo.
The architectural charater of the Capitol is that of Electricism. The front colonnade
composed of pillars is in style of the Greek-Roman.Doric order, visually enhanced by
entasis, a technique curving the column shafts.
Iloilo Freedom Grand Stand Constructed in 1953 immediately after Cong. Rodolfo Ganzon introduced the Iloilo Freedom
Bill during the same year.
This historic place in Iloilo City has witnessed many events and gathering social, cultural
and political was renovated in 2003 under the administration of Mayor Jerry P. Treñas. The
renovation of the Freedom Grandstand was funded by CDF of Sen. John Henry R. Osmena
through the efforts of the Mayor and Congressman.
A large outdoor stage located along Iznart St., in Downtown Iloilo. Freedom Grandstand is
the main judging area during the annual Dinagyang Festival.
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Science Centrum Located in La Paz, the first dynamic/interactive science museum in Region VI which seeks
to draw children and adults into the world of Science and Technology
- a world of learning, discovery and fun
Western Visayas Integrated Agricultural Research Brgy. Buntatala, Jaro, Iloilo City- serves as a link and as a focal point for regional
Center (WVIARC) collaboration among public and private development institutions.
Source: CTDO, Iloilo City

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Sinamay Dealer, Osmeña St., Arevalo, Iloilo City Weaving is Iloilo’s age lod legacy. The industry dated back to the pre- Spanish period thus
dubbed as the “textile center” of the Philippines. The Arevalo Sinamay House owned by
Mrs. Cecilia Gison Villanueva could very well attest to this. This home industry established
by her great grandfather still operates today. Located at Osmena St. Arevalo, Iloilo City,
where jusi (banana fiber) and piña (pieapple fiber) cloths are loom-wooven. Tourists can go
visit Sinamay Dealer in Osmen St., Arevalo, to buy their sought after handmade textiles.
Flower Gardens, Arevalo, Iloilo City Supplies of leis, corsages, bouquets and potted plants.
Asilo De Molo, Molo, Iloilo City Orphanage where church vestments, barong, hankies, etc. are made, designed hand
embroidered by orphan girls
Villa Beach Savor the best in local and seafood cuisine at the wide array of restaurants along Arevalo
district’s shoreline where the crispiest lechon (roast pig) is also sold whole or by kilo. Not far
away from the beach, be charmed by flower gardens ornamenting homes of people who
grow flowers both as hobby and means of livelihood. Seeing the flowers and their grower
can be both rewarding experiences.
Iloilo Biscocho Haus Biscocho (Spanish: bizcocho, “biscuit’) refers to baked bread topped with butter and
sugar.Biscochos are part of Filipino cuisine. Originated here in Iloilo, located at Lopez
Jaena Street Jaro.
Lizares Mansion Sitting on sprawling estate and resplendent in white paint along the highway in Tabuc-
Suba, Jaro. Known as Angelicum School, a private catholic school runs by the Dominican
Province of the Philippines. Deisgnated by Andres Luna de San Pedro, son of painter Juan
Luna, it was constructed in 1939 by the family of the late Dom Emiliano Lizares. It was
occupied by the Japanese during WWII and used thebasement as prison. The school
pioneered in a non-graded, open-classroom education system in the Philippines. The
grounds and the mansion lights up during the Christmas season with a grand opening
called “Daigon Slash Sigaboom.”
Lapaz Batchoy A noodle soup made with pork, organs, crushed pork cracklings, shrimp, vegetables,
chcken stock, chicken breast, beef loin and roud noodles. Its origin can be traced to the
district of La Paz; hence it is oftentimes reffered to as La Paz Batchoy. The dish was
concocted in the La Paz market in 1938 by Federico Guillergan, Sr. His recipe called for a
mixture of broth, noodles, beef and pork. The soup later evolved into its present form which
has become Iloilo City’s most popular dish. Federico Guillergan, Jr., the son of the soup’s
inventor, states that his father at first jokingly called the dish “bats” when asked for its
name. Later, he added “choy”, from the vegetable dish chopsuey. The batchoy shop first
opened at the La Paz public market in 1945 priced at 20 centavos per bowl.
SM City Iloilo The biggest and most popular mall in Iloilo, having a gross floor areaof 101,735 square
meters. It was opened on June 1999 and is built on a 17.5 hectare prime real estate. SM
City Iloilo, located along Diversion Road, is a very prominent landmarkin Iloilo.
Hoskyn and Company Reputed to the first real departments store in the Philippine, Hoskyn and Co. was
established in 1877 by the Hoskyn brothers, nephews of Nicholas Loney, first British vice-
consul in Iloilo.
Regent Theater The Palace Theater, now the Regent Theater, is the oldest existing cinema house in Iloilo
City. It was built in 1928 and was originally owned by the lopezes in jaro.
Before its renovation in the 1960s, the theater was known to be the biggest in Iloilo. The
structure of thebuilding, particularly the façade, is still original except for the chairs and the
second floor.
Iloilo Products Association Showcases and markets quality tourism products, native products, delicacies and fabrics of
Iloilo and Guimaras specially made by the Ilonggos. It also displays native furniture’s with
excellent art designs.
Source: CTDO, Iloilo City

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Iloilo Dinagyang Festival A religious and cultural festival in Iloilo City. Held every rd Sunday of January, or right after
the Sinulog in Cebu and the Ati-Atuhan in Aklan. It is held both to honor the Santo Niño and
to celebrate the arrival of Panay of Malay settlers and the subsequent selling of the island
to them by the Atis. Dinagyang began after Rev. Fr. Ambrosio Galindez of a local Roman
Catholic parish introduced the devotion to Santo Niño in November 1967. The Confradia
patterned the celebration on the Ati-atihan of Ibajay, Aklan, where natives dance in the
streets, their bodies covered with soot and ashes, to simulate the Atis dancing to celebrate
the present festival. Dinagyang festival was voted as the best Tourism Event of 2006, 2007
and 2008 by the ssociation of Tourism Officers in the Philippines.
Iloilo Paraw Regata Festival Held every third week of February. Claimed as the oldest traditional cracft in Asia, the
Paraw Regatta is a race among seaferers on colorful sailboats called Paraws in the Iloilo
Strait between Guimaras Island and the city of Iloilo. The present-day paraw managed to
maintain its original design from the sailboats of the first settlers from Bormeo who were in
search of a peaceful home in 1212 A.D. Surviving centuries; the parwas have become a
vital part of the Filipino seafaring life. The first race started in 1973 with the mission to
preserve the historic value of the paraws. It is held every 3rd weekend of February at Villa
Arevalo District in Iloilo City. Today, the event has grown from being a boat race to a
festival with various interesting and exotic activities.
Feast of Our Lady of Candles The biggest and most opulent religious pageantry in Western Visayas. The blessing of
candles and the yearly procession of the patronees, the Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria is
followed by the Fieats Queen and her Court. Trade Fairs are held at Jaro Plaza to highlight
the celebration.
Semana Santa Iloilo is one of the religious and cultural centers of prosperous region during the Holy Week,
religious customs and traditions are practiced around the province. A variety of events is
clustered and is commemorated in various ways in service of worship. Many details varying
with the community mark activities such as the presentation of “pasyon” plays dramatizing
the passion and death of Christ. Popular Lenten devotions in the city of Iloilo is a
procession from the principal church where a certain amount of ceremony is tied up in
luxury and splendor with the parade of life-size statues of saints in mourning, winding slowly
around the streets.
Some of the sub events lined up during the occasion by the City Tourism Office are the
Palapas Making Contest; Sambuwa sang Pasyonista and Photo Exhibit.
Chinese New Year Celebrated by the Chinese (of Ilonggo descent) community, the festivity is highlighted by by
a cultural parade and cultural presentation of the Chinese schools in the city, Chinese food
festival and grad fireworks display.
Iloilo City Charter Day Showcasing the Iloilo City’s history and culture. Iloilo was already a city even during the
Spanish colonial Period.Back in the 19th century. By virtue of the Royal Decree of 1896,
Iloilo City was given the coat of arms with inscription: “La Muy Leal Y Noble Ciudad de
Iloilo”in recognition of the people’s lpyalty to the Spanish crown. Iloilo (including Jaro) was,
however, reverted back to being a municipality sometime in 1901 when the American’s took
over the Philippines. In July 16, 1937, Iloilo (Punta) was merged with the towns of jaro, La
paz, Arevalo, Molo, and Mandurriao to form present day Iloilo City on july 16, 1937 by virtue
of Commonwealth Act No. 158. The parade and celebration was postponed 40 days later
pending the formal inauguration of the City Government of Iloilo on August 25, 1973.
For the first time in the history of this city, Iloilo commemorates its declaration as a
Chartered City 73 years ago. The celebration which started last July 16 (the exact date 73
years ago when Iloilo was converted into a chartered city and inaugurated 40 days after)
was spearheaded by the new city Mayor, Jed Mabilog through the City Tourism
Development Officer (CTDO).
This year’s 40 day celebration includes activities such as thanksgiving mass; exhibit of
Ilonggo arts and crafts; civic-military parade; food festival of Ilonggo dishes; Ilonggo music
festival; Search for Mr. and Ms. Iloilo City; river clean-up and blood letting, among others. It
will culminate on August 25 in which the date Iloilo City has been inaugurated as a
chartered city.
Source: CTDO, Iloilo City

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Tourist related Establishments 2014 – 1,131

Table No. 142 Visitors Arrival in Iloilo City: January-December 2014

Nationality Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total

PHILIPPINE
RESIDENTS
FILIPINO
60649 45054 35948 86772 85684 42876 32949 36363 78130 52723 53823 49474 660445
NATIONALITY
FOREIGN
998 750 588 398 480 299 274 378 465 350 499 580 6059
NATIONALITY
TOTAL
PHILIPPINE 61647 45804 36536 87170 86164 43175 33223 36741 78595 53073 54322 50054 666504
RESIDENTS
ASIA:
Brunei 14 4 3 3 2 5 6 10 48
Cambodia 2 1 2 2 1 8
Indonesia 4 3 2 2 2 6 3 4 5 4 35
Laos 1 1
Malaysia 16 5 20 1 2 3 10 2 9 6 8 10 92
Myanmar 3 3
Singapore 24 18 26 86 18 6 20 7 2 3 3 213
Thailand 14 16 3 10 1 2 2 4 5 6 63
Vietnam 7 4 1 1 2 2 17
Sub-Total 80 52 57 99 22 15 39 17 21 24 26 28 480
EAST ASIA
China 80 44 36 34 29 18 20 24 38 19 23 40 405
Hongkong 78 56 43 24 21 10 32 20 22 39 40 35 420
Japan 33 78 50 27 20 15 13 13 38 40 36 38 401
Korea 340 298 240 222 190 198 147 178 388 160 145 287 2793
Taiwan 16 21 17 10 27 22 31 13 16 23 17 26 239
Sub-Total 547 497 386 317 287 263 243 248 502 281 261 426 4258
SOUTH ASIA
Bangladesh 1 2 3
India 6 22 13 29 6 3 1 1 1 1 1 84
Iran 2 1 1 1 5
Nepal
Pakistan 1 1 3 1 6
Sri Lanka 3 2 5
Sub-Total 9 28 15 32 7 5 0 1 1 1 1 3 103
NORTH
AMERICA:
Canada 82 58 32 33 30 32 40 37 31 29 30 30 464
Mexico 2 3 7 15 7 4 6 8 19 14 16 15 116
U.S.A. 158 79 82 45 65 44 39 38 32 25 29 18 654
Sub-Total 242 140 121 93 102 80 85 83 82 68 75 63 1234

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SOUTH
AMERICA:
Argentina 9 2 1 2 2 16
Brazil 14 6 1 1 1 1 18
Colombia 2 2
Peru 3 3
Venezuela 9 5 3 12
Sub-Total 26 11 0 1 2 1 1 0 2 1 5 1 21
AUSTRALASIA/PACIFIC
Australia 64 18 28 22 19 33 26 11 24 26 28 33 332
Guam 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 15
Nauru 0
New Zealand 9 2 2 1 14
Papua New
4 14 2 1 21
Guinea
Sub-Total 77 34 29 27 21 34 28 14 26 27 31 34 382
WESTERN EUROPE
Austria 22 19 22 24 23 12 13 19 32 44 23 26 279
Belgium 7 15 1 5 6 8 9 14 13 12 12 10 112
France 14 6 15 5 6 2 6 7 8 9 10 9 97
Germany 41 19 12 17 25 2 2 6 5 3 3 3 138
Luxembourg 4 4
Netherlands 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 13
Switzerland 6 10 6 4 6 26
Sub-Total 90 74 58 61 61 24 31 46 58 69 48 49 669
NORTHERN EUROPE:
Denmark 7 1 7 2 2 2 2 23
Finland 8 6 5 3 2 1 25
Ireland 5 1 6
Norway 9 3 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 3 2 3 32
Sweden 13 14 11 2 1 44
United
16 10 6 1 33
Kingdom
Sub-Total 58 34 31 7 7 4 3 3 2 5 4 5 163

Greece 2 3 2 2 9
Italy 8 4 4 5 2 5 3 1 32
Portugal 3 3
Spain 12 1 2 2 1 2 20
Union of
Serbia and 5 5
Montenegro
Sub-Total 20 10 9 5 7 5 0 0 5 1 3 4 69
EASTERN EUROPE:

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Common
6 6
Wealth of Inde
Poland 4 4
Russia 13 1 2 1 1 18
Sub-Total 23 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 28
MIDDLE EAST:
Bahrain 0
Egypt 2 1 2 5
Israel 2 2
Jordan 2 2 4
Kuwait 4 8 12
Saudi Arabia 8 2 8 2 2 4 2 2 2 32
United Arab
3 3
Emirates
Sub-Total 14 9 11 2 12 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 58
AFRICA:
Nigeria 2 1 3
South Africa 2 3 19 11 1 1 1 1 39
Sub-Total 4 0 3 19 12 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 42
Others and
Unspecified 107 140 80 75 105 34 27 14 14 20 20 19 655
Residences
TOTAL NON-
PHILIPPINE 1297 1029 801 738 647 469 458 427 715 499 477 635 8192
RESIDENTS
GRAND
TOTAL
63289 47038 37607 88098 86931 43758 33759 37236 79364 53617 54841 50749 676287
GUEST
ARRIVALS
Total
Philippine 61647 45804 36536 87170 86164 43175 33223 36741 78595 53073 54322 50054 666504
Residents
Total Non-
Philippine 1297 1029 801 738 647 469 458 427 715 499 477 635 8192
Residents
Total
Overseas 345 205 270 190 120 114 78 68 54 45 42 60 1591
Filipinos
Total Guest
with
0
Unidentified
Residence
Data Source: DOT

12,264,414,098.40
Tourist Receipts in Iloilo City
January – December: 2014
Data Source: DOT

Table No. 143 Occupancy Rate in Iloilo City: January-December: 2014

Hotels Occupancy Rate Hotels Occupancy Rate


Deluxe Pension House 39.3%

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Standard 61.3% Tourist Inn 41.8%


Economy 48.1% Resort 49.6%

Source: City Tourism & Dev’t Office, Iloilo City

XII. INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES


 Iloilo City Ports is the third largest port in the country after
Manila and Cebu.
A. ROADS  Iloilo River wharf has a total length of 1,700 m winding
through the heart of the city.
1. Roads According to Surface (in kms.) 2014  Old Foreign Pier consisting of 12x 634.33m. R.C. quay and
Concrete - 94.295 converted into domestic passengers terminal
Asphalt - 45.506
Gravel - 2.063
INTERNATIONAL DEEP SEA PORT (ILOILO COMMERCIAL
Total - 141.864 kms. PORT COMPLEX)

2. Roads According to Administration (in kms.): 2014 ● Consist of 26.26cm x 256m RC Quay Line
● Caters to foreign vessels as well as domestic
National - 87.114 km. Containerized vessels
City - 52.185 km.
● Operational Area - 11.10 has
Barangay - 89.178 km. ● Back up area - 9.70 has
Total - 228.477 kms. ● Administration - 1,720 sq. m.
Building
● Containerized - 7,500 sq. m.
3. Bridge (in L.M) Freight Station
National Barangay (nc. Annex Office)
● Equipment Shed - 525 sq. m.
Steel - - 89.40 L.M - ● Berthing Facilitie -624 pcs. of Steel
Concrete - 899.00 L.M 550.10 L.M tubular pipes 1000 mm.
Wooden - - 224.40 L.M substucture

Total 899.00 L.M. 863.90 L.M

Source: Office of the City Engineer


Superstructure - RC quay 26.26 m. x 526m

Fender System - 107 sets RD Fenders


- 9 sets RD Fenders, 600H x 2000L
B. PORTS - 33 sets RD Fenders, 600H x 1000L
Mooring Fixtures - 24 sets 60 T Bollards &

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9 sets 100 T Bollards Contact Plate Freezer - 9 units at 960


Crane Rails - 384 LM kgs. and
RO-RO Facilities - 13.80 m. x 15.00 m. RC freezing time 4
Platform on Steel tubular. hrs./cycle
Piles steel ramp and Blast Freezers - 4.5 tons/cycle
mechanical lifting devices Ice Crushers - 15 tons/hr.
Berthing Depth - 10.50 m. (Fram MLLW) Plug-in for reefer van - Mobile -15
Dredging Depth - 490,413.99 cu.m. tons/hr.
Reclamation - 20.83 has. Tunnel Freezer - 200 kg/hr.
Reefer Terminal - 1 unit 3x6 – 220V Individual
- 2 units 3x6 – 480 V Quick
Standby Generator - 500 KVA 3 Phase Freezing
Tower Lights - 8 sets 30m w/ Machine
8x1000W HPS Lamps Market Hall - 1,400 sq. m.
Elevated Water Tank - 100 cu.m Municipal Shed - 225 sq. m.
Source: ICPA, PPA, Iloilo City Water Supply System - 600 cu. m
Reservoir and
- 90 cu. m.
elevated tank
ILOILO FISHING PORT COMPLEX Carpentry Shop - 650sq.m.
1 manual 3-
● it is situated in a 21 hectare reclaimed at Pala-Pala, tons chair hoist
Brgy. Tanza, Iloilo City
● Center of fish trading and marine products processing Foundry - 400 sq. m.,
In Region VI 150 kg.
● Provide safe landing for fishing vessels Furnace - 2 tons
● Reduce fish spoilage and prevent double handling of motorized
Fish electric chain
● Port of the major fish source of Iloilo city’s Major Public hoist and other
Markets and adjacent municipalities equipment
● Iloilo Fishing Port Complex Facilities and
Source: PPA machineries
Fabrication, Engine, Machine
and Electrical Shop - 3, 584 sq. m.
a) Breakwater - 470 lineal m. + 190 lineal Meters Fuel Oil Supply System - 420 sq. m.
Administration Building - 420 sq. m.
Landing Quay for: Marine Builders
Tuna Boats - 70m at -5.5m. QUEGG Marine Transport - Builders
Trawler/Purseiners - 110M AT -4m. Corporation
Bancas - 200m at -1m.
Fort San Pedro (Old Foreign Pier)

 RC Quay Line - 12.00m x 634.33m


Basnigans - 70m at -2m.  Roro System - 9.0 x 11.0 m
Slipway with winch - 2 units at 190 m.  Controlling Draft
For 250 GT vessels Berth 1 - 7.00 MLLW
Berth 2&3 - 9.00 MLLW
Refrigeration Building Berth 4&5 - 5.00 MLLW
Ice Making Capacity - 2 sets at 25  Mooring Fixtures - 22 sets 50 T Bollards
Tons/day - 8 sets 75 T Bollards
Daily Ice Storage - -5ºC at 50 M.T. - 20 sets 100T Bollards
Capacity
 Fender System - 41 sets RD Fenders,
Ice Storage - -5ºC at 200
600H x 2000L
M.T. capacity
- 13 sets Hyper Omega
Fender
Cold Storage - -35ºC, 2 units
 Passenger Terminal Building - 2100 sq. m
 Open Storage - 3,800 sq. m. Loose
At 250 tons Cargoes
Capacity - 2,366.40 sq. m.
-5ºC, 1 unit with Container/marshalling yard
100 tons  Tower Lights - 4 sets-12m w/4-2x400W
Capacity HPS Lamps

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 Standby Generator - 60 KVA, 3 Phase Unit 4, Ralph Townhouse Bacolod City


Mr. Arcline Alcobilla/Rep.
Iloilo-Bacolod Ferry Terminal (Progreso) SRN Fast Seacraft Corp.
Muelle Loney St. Iloilo City 337-32-82
Mr. Blas Horlador/Op.Mgr.
Mirola Logistics Corp. Poblacion Sur., Ivisan Capiz -----------
 RC Quay Line - 4360 sq.m Millennium Shipping Corp.
 Roro System - 9.0 x 11.0 m Mr. Antonio Florendo/ Manager Rec.Area, Bredco 2 Bac. City 443-93-63
 Controlling Draft - 4.00 MLLW
 Mooring Fixtures - 2 sets 15 T Bollards
Tri Star Megalink Corp. 434-57-
- 10 sets 25 T Bollards Mr. Nancy Be/Manager
Hilado St., Capitol Shopping
62/435-14-
- 10 sets 50 T Bollards Ctr. Bacolod City
51
 Fender System - 13 sets RD Fenders, Rolling Thunder Reality, Inc. 24th St., Calamba, Bacolod
----------
400H x 1500L Mr. Melque Benedicto City
- 4 sets used Tire Fenders, Source: MARINA, Reg.6, Iloilo City
1800 mmØ
 Passenger Terminal Building - 1,000 sq. m.
 Elevated Water Tank - 20 Tons 1. SRN FAST SEACRAFTS INC.
 Tower Lights - 7 sets-12m w/ Mr. Blas Horlador
4-2x400W HPS Lamps Muelle Loney, Iloilo City
 Standby Generator - 180 KVA, 3 Phase
VESSEL: MV WEESAM EXPRESS 1
Source: Iloilo Fishing Port Complex, Iloilo City
2. OCEAN JET CORP
Ms. Mylene Abedo
LIST OF SHIP BUILDERS, SHIP REPAIRER, SHIP Muelle Loney, Iloilo City
BREAKER AND AFLOAT REPAIRER IN ILOILO CITY VESSEL: MV OCEAN JET 1, 2, & 7
AS OF 2014
Small Shipyard 3. SUPER CAT (2GO Travel)
Ms. Mylin Abedo
1. Lacson Marine Consultancy Services Muelle Loney, Iloilo City
IFPC, Tanza, Iloilo City
Engr. Michael V. Lacson/Manager VESSEL: MV St. Emmanuel
Tel.: 0333368448 St. Sealthiel
Validity: 07 Oct 2016/ILO-003-01SBSR St. Nuriel
2. Davao Molasses Haulers, Inc. Super Cat-26
IFPC, Tanza, Iloilo City
Mr. Melquaidez G. Benedicto/Manager SHIPPING COMPANY
Mr. Mardy Escollada/Yard Supervisor
Tel: (033)300-4978 1. TRI STAR MEGALINK CORP.
Validity: 08 Oct 2015/ILO-005-‘09SBSR
VESSELS: LCT TABUELAN NAVISTAR
LCT CADIZ NAVISTAR
Large Shipyard and Ship Breaker LCT SR. STO. NIÑO NAVISTAR
LCT HOLY TRINITY NAVISTAR
1. F.F. Cruz & Co., Inc. LCT HOLY FAMILY NAVISTAR
Brgy. Loboc, Lapuz, La Paz, Iloilo City LCT ARCHANGELS NAVISTAR
Mr. Rassel Baylen/Project Manager LCT ST. ISIDORE NAVISTAR
Tel: (033) 337-1046/336-4195 Route: Dumangas, Iloilo-Bacolod City Vice Versa
Fax: (033) 337-1046
Validity: 23 Sep 2016/ILO-003-‘13SBSR 2. MILLENIUM SHIPPING CORP.

VESSEL: MV LAKBAYAN UNO


Route: Dumangas, Iloilo-Bacolod City Vice Versa

Table No. 144 LIST OF SHIPPING COMPANIES


UNDER IMRO (Reg. VI): 2014

OPERATOR/OWNER ADDRESS Tel No.


Super Cat Muelle Loney St.,
336-82-90
Ms. Mylin Abedo/Representative Iloilo City
Alal Shopping Corp. Burgos Extension, ----------

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Table No. 145 List of Fastcrafts Plying


3. MONTENEGRO SHIPPING LINES Bacolod – Iloilo Vice Versa
Amigo Shipping
VESSELS: MV RIENA GENOVEVA Corp./Daruma Corp. 335-09-21/
MV MA.LOLITA 21 P Arroyo St., Iloilo City
Mr. Julian Felipe 337-40-08
Route: Dumangas, Iloilo-Bacolod City Vice Versa
Uygongco/Mgr.
Harmony Express
Muelle Loney St., Iloilo
Transport/Maru Transport Corp. 337-80-98
City
Mr. Erwin Limsui/Op. Mgr.
4. FF CRUZ SHIPPING INC. FF Cruz Shipping Corp. Loboc, Lapuz,Lapaz, Iloilo 337-10-46/
Mr. Rassel Baylen/Manager City 337-11-87
VESSEL: MV FELIFE 1 JB Aqua Marine Corp. Brgy. Seimprieva,San
---------
Route: Iloilo-Jordan, Guimaras
Dionisio, Iloilo
Metroplex Bldg. North
Agro Bulk Marine Corp. Drive ----------
LIST OF CONVENTIONAL VESSEL
Bacolod City
Neptune Transport Corp. 109 Lopez Jaena St.
Route: Iloilo-Manila & Cagayan De Oro V.V 509-88-53/
Dr. Loel Losanes/ Manager Jaro,
329-20-07
Iloilo City
1. 2 GO TRAVELS Milagrosa J. Shipping Corp. Jarfel Bldg., Lapuz, Lapaz 337-30-40/
Mr. Felix Jardiolin/Manager Iloilo City 335-09-55
VESSELS Whale Shipping Company 98 LAcson St.,Bacolod
034-4330256/
MV ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL Mary Ann Cortez/Mgr. City
4340525.
MV. ST.FRANCIS THE XAVIER
Martina Shipping 187 J. Transmitter --------
Route: Iloio- Cebu & Vice Versa Services/Fortune Star Road Lopez Jaena,
Mr. Rolando Rivera Lapaz, Iloilo City
(Not Homeported in Iloilo)
JVP Lines C/O Bacolod Freedom
Mr. Jacinto Palma/Mgr. Ent. Bldg. Inc. North Drive ---------
Bacolod City
1. TRANS. ASIA CORP. Agro Marine Corp.
Venancio Parcon Bacolod City --------
Fort San Pedro St., Iloilo City Sunnix Bldg. lacson St.,
Valvina Shipping Co. -------
Bacolod City
VESSELS: MV ASIA INDONESIA Bacolod Twinstar shipping Kamonsil St., Villamonte,
--------
MV ASIA PHILIPPINES Corp. Bacolod City
Q. Abeto, Mandurriao,
F. Gurrea Construction ---------
2. COKALIONG SHIPPING CORP. Iloilo City
Benedict Ho, Ledesma St., Iloilo City FullSpeed Chartering
Talisay City, Neg. Occ. --------
Shipping Agency
Bacolod Molasses
VESSEL: MV FILIPINAS Hauler,Inc.
Bacolod City --------
Davao molasses Hauler, Inc. Bacolod City --------
1. MILAGROSA SHIPPING CORP. 187 Transmitter Road.,
Mr. Gerald Jardiolin Fortune Star Shipping Corp. Lopez Jaena, Lapaz, Iloilo ---------
Jarfel Bldg., La Paz, Iloilo City City
Olympic Mazu Shipping 24th St. Capitol Subd.
_____
VESSELS: MV MILAGROSA J TRES (Pass/Cargo) Corp. Baolod City
MV MILAGROSA CINCO (Pass/Cargo) S & Q Logistics
Rosario, Bata, Bacolod
---------
City
Route: Iloilo City – Puerto Princesa City & VV Banago Port, Bacolod
GT Express Corp. ---------
City
VESSELS: MV MILAGROSA J
MV MILAGROSA J CUATRO 3. FORTUNE STAR SHIPPING
Route: Iloilo City to any Ports in the Philippines
187 Transmitter Road, Lopez Jaena St., Iloilo City
Philcoastwise Ports
VESSEL: MV KT GLORY
2. AMIGO SHIPPING CORP.
Arroyo St., Iloilo City 4. KAIKWONG INTERNATIONAL BLDRS. CORP.
Bo. Obrero, Iloilo City
VESSELS: MV AMIGO I
MV AMIGO II VESSEL: LCM STA. MARIA
MV AMIGO VII
MV FOREMOST 5. MARU TRANSPORT INC.
Muelle Loney, Iloilo City

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VESSELS: MV MARIAN P/B FILIPINO


MV MARY IMMACULATE B-SPED 689
MV MA. CONCEPCION ONE
MV GRAB
MV CHICA DREDGER
6. HARMONY TRANSPORT CORP. M/T CIRE
Muelle Loney, Iloilo City BARGE FF
1001
VESSELS: LCT HARMONY DIANE FFI BD 539
MV LADY MAY FF Marine Tramping COASTWISE Loboc, Bo.
MV HACEL (Company Use) Obrero, Iloilo
City
MV SD PERAKI
7. FF CRUZ SHIPPING
Loboc, Lapuz, Iloilo City MT STA ANA
FFC
BAGER NENE
VESSELS: MV FELIPE II ONE
MV FELIPE II M/T SHIRLEY II
M/T HERKINO
8. DARUMA TRANSPORT DREDGER
Arroyo St., Iloilo City ANGELITA III
Milagrosa J Pass/Cargo 2X A ILO- Jarfel Bldg.
Shipping Corp. WEEK PALAWAN Lapuz,Lapaz,
VESSEL: MV DARUMA UNO Iloilo City
MV
Table No. 146 List of Domestic Shipping Companies MILAGROSA J
Operators: CY 2014 MV
MILAGROSA J
TRES
COMPANY Type & Vessel FRE- ROUTE LOCATION MV
/OPERATOR Name QUENCY MILAGROSA J
SHIPPING CUATRO
COMPANIES MV
/CORP. MILAGROSA J
Amigo Tramping COASTWISE Arroyo St., CINCO
Shipping Corp. Iloilo City Tri Star RORO/Pass 9X DAILY DUMANGAS- Capitol
MV AMIGO I Megalink Corp. /Cargo BAC Shopping
Center,
MV AMIGO II Bacolod City
MV AMIGO VII LCT HOLY
TRINITY
MV FOREMOST COASTWISE Arroyo St., NAVISTAR
TRADER Iloilo City
LCT TABUELAN
Daruma Tramping NAVISTAR
Transport Corp
LCT CADIZ
MV DARUMA NAVISTAR
LCT STO NINO
NAVISTAR
Harmony Tramping COASTWISE Muelle Loney,
LCT
Transport Inc. Iloilo City
ARCHANGEL
LCT HARMONY
NAVISTAR
DIANE
LCT HOLY
MV LADY MAY
FAMILY
MV HACEL NAVISTAR
Maru Transport Tramping COASTWISE
Corp. ROVI Pass/Cargo 5X DAILY AJUY- 61 Com. Civil
MV MARIAN Navigation VICTORIAS St., Jaro, Iloilo
Lines Inc. City
MV LADY MV PHOENIX
IMMACULATE MV ROBERRT
MV MA. MV SEA VID
CONCEPCION
LCM APRIL
MV CHICA ONE
FFCruz Pass/Cargo 4X DAILY ILO-JORDAN Loboc, Bo. LCM DIVINE
Shipping Corp. Obrero, Iloilo GLORY
City Fortune Star Tramping COASTWISE Transmitter
MV FELIPE I Shipping Rd. Lpaz,
Iloilo City
MV FELIPE II
MV RASHA
MV FELIPE III EROSTAR

Neptune Pass/Cargo EVERY ILO-JORDAN Lopez Jaena


FF Cruz & Co. Tramping COASTWISE Loboc, Bo.
Transport 30 MINS. St., Jaro,
(Company Use) Obrero, Iloilo
Corp. Iloilo City
City
MBCS MIKEY

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DOS 15 MBCA 0R0 VERDE LUCILA INFANTE 48 36


MBCA BEACH 16 MBCA WHITE CATTLEYA
FLORES HABANA 50 37
CRAFT 17 MBCA INDAY MARLIZA
KAREN ANN CARTEL 40 30
MBCA LITTLE
STAR
18 MBCA JASPER D’TWO
SUSAN FERNANDEZ 50 37
MBCA ISLAND 19 MBCA COOP EXPRESS7
BTA. DEV’T COOP.
40 30
HOPPER (PROVIDER)
ML FEL AM 20 MBCA NONOY RL MATEO FERRARO
42 30
SUPET JR./ARLIE FERRARO
ML NORTHERN 21 MBCA PAULA ALEX MALANDAY 40 30
QUEEN
22 MBCA GENESIS LILIAN WATT 55 41
MBCA NORTH
BAY 23 MBCA SEA PRINCESS G. ALEX MALANDAY 48 38
ML ISLAND 24 MBCA D’ADVENTURE EDUARDO CARINO 48 36
PRINCESS 25 MBCA DS PERFORMER SALVADOR AMIT 48 36
ML BULILIT 26 MBCA INDAY TERRY IV NERI TIJING JR. 50 37
EXPRESS 27 MBCA D’INVADERS 1 NANETTE JABAT 60 45
Skyline Pass/Cargo 5X DAILY AJUY- Alta Tierra
28 MBCA JENNY VINCE CARMELITA ZARATE 48 38
Shippnig VICTORIAS Village, Jaro,
Iloilo City 29 MBCA COOP EXPRESS 6 BTA. DEVELOPMENT COOP 50 37
ML PRINCESS 30 MBCA COOP EXPRESS 5 BTA. DEVELOPMENT COOP 51 38
JO Source: MARINA, Reg.6, Iloilo City
ML RIGOGAR
Iloilo Harbor Pilotage Iloilo Pilotage Muelle Loney,
Pilot’s Assn., Area Iloilo City
ML MARINER Table No. 148 Buenavista Motorbanca Owner
ML PILOT 2 Association: 2014
Kaikwong LCM Sta. Maria COASTWISE Loboc, Bo.
International Obrero, Iloilo
Bldrs. Corp. City
PAX CAP.
NAME OF VESSEL OPERATOR
RORO Day Night
VESSELS 1 MBCA GLAED JOY GLADYS JULIA JOPLO 48 36
NOT HOME- 2 MBCA JIGS 1 MA. DAISY GALLENERO 40 30
PORTED IN
3 MBCA MARIEL 3 MA. DAISY GALLENERO 48 36
Iloilo
JOMALIA MV AIMEE 3X DAILY DUMANGAS- Dumangas 4 MBCA LOVE LOVE ESTRELLA GAYLAN 35 26
SHIPPING JOAN BAC Port, Iloilo 5 MBCA GI DEN BULK GLADYS JULIA JOPLO 52 39
6 MBCA NENE LINDA- GERRY YUCON 48 36
MONTE- MV ANGELA 6X DAILY Bredco 2, CUATRO
NEGRO MV BEATRIZ Bacolod City 7 MBCA COOP BTA. DEV’T COOP. 45 34
SHIPPING MV MA THERESA EXPRESS 1
LINES
8 MBC A NENE LINDA 1 GERRY YUCON 30
MELLINIUM MV LAKBAYAN 3X DAILY DUMANGAS- Bredco 2,
SHIPPING UNO BAC Bacolod City 9 MBCA COOP BTA. DEV’T COOP. 50 37
Source: MARINA, Reg.6, Iloilo City EXPRESS 2
10 MBCA CENA LOVE ROMEO ALIANZA 35
11 MBCA CHINI TWO ROMEO ALIANZA 46
12 MBCA SEA PRINCE GIL PEROCHA 44
13 MBCA CUTLASS ALICIA QUEZON 50 37
Table No. 147 Association of Buenavista Ferry Service SUPREME 2
Providers, Inc.: 2014 14 MBCA MARIEL MA. DAISY GALLENERO 45 33
15 MBCA MAFEL EDEN YUTIG 44 33
Source: MARINA, Reg.6, Iloilo City

PAX CAP.
NAME OF VESSEL OPERATOR
Day Night Table No. 149 Jordan Motorbanca Cooperative: 2014
1 MBCA RESHZIAN HEIDI GREGORIO &
48 36
CLYDON FLORES HABANA
2 MBCA BLUE MARLIN-R RUDY CATALBAS 44 33 NAME OF VESSEL OPERATOR PAX CAP.
3 MBCA TRES LAKI”S ROBERTO ESCANER 38 28
1 MBCA ELAINE MAY MARCO GARCIA &
44
4 MBCA FRANCIS IVAN-II RUTH DELA CUEVA 54 40 CONCEPTION GARCIA
5 MBCA TASSEL ROLANDO DE ASIS 40 30
2 MBCA HERCULES A NONELIA GAHAP 44
6 MBCA SEA ANGEL 1 LEIZL GALON 40 30
3 MBCA MESSIAH 2 MARISSA GANANCIAL 45
7 MBCA NENE LORY RALLY SAGRE 50 37
4 MBCA GEBROSS -1 RUTHELO GEONANGA 45
8 MBCA COOP EXPRESS 3
5 MBCA KEZIAH 2 VICENTE ESTAYA 45
BTA. DEV’T COOP. 52 39 6 MBCA KEZIAH 3 VICENTE ESTAYA 40
(SOFIA)
9 MBCA ERT TAZ
7 MBCA MY ROSARY - 1 RICARDO MONREAL 44
NERI TIJING 40 30 8 MBCA MY ROSARY 2 RICARDO MONREAL 44
EXPRESS
10 MBCA JENNY VINCE CARMELITA ZARATE 48 38 9 MBCA GREAT
ARNEL & EUNICE TOLEDO 40
11 MBCA AQUARIUS 21 JENNY ANACITA 50 38 LEADER
12 MBCA KAI & NASS MARY JOR GARGANERA 44 33
10 MR&MRS. RENE 45
MBCA POSEIDON
13 MBCA COOP EXP. 7 BTA DEV. COOPERATIVE 50 37 ZARAGOSA
14 MBCA FRANCIS IVAN RAMIL DE LA CUEVA 48 36
11 MBCA RAF RAF LOYOLA GALOTERA 44

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12 MBCA DANDHANG DANILO CLAVE (JUMZAI) 45 5. MBCA ISLAND HOPPER


13 MBCA ANJELA 3 NOEMI TABUENA 40 6. MBCA SUPER STAR
14 MBCA WILBERG BELLARDO ESPINOSA 39 Source: MARINA, Reg.6, Iloilo City
15 MBCA JBLCF
JHON B. LACSON
AQUATIC SPORTS 40
FOUNDATION INC.
SHUTTLE 1 C. TRANSPORTATION
16 EDSEL 7 GRACE NERA
MBCA CENTENNIAL 45
MOMBAY
17 MBCA INDAY MAR 5 VALENTINO GAHAP 40 1. LAND
18 MBCA FIRST FIVE FERNANDO ESPINOSA 49
19 MBCA FRANCIS IVAN RAMIL & RUTH DELA
45 Table No. 150 Total Number of Registered Motor
IV CUEVA Vehicles Iloilo City District Office CY 2014
20 MBCA ANGELIKA C-1 RUBEN CORPUZ 45
21 MBCA ANN JULIE ERNESTO GEDALANGA 45
23 MBCA APRIL BOYS WILLIAM FERRER 45 GOVERN- FOR- Total
PRIVATE
24 MBCA LUCKY STAR SANDRA DAVILA 48 MENT HIRE
25 MBCA RAC EXPRESS ROMULO CANJA 45 Cars 11,239 37 808 12,174
26 MBCA BERT &
MARITES ARQUILOLA 45
UV/Passenger 29,376
MARGIE 23,226 592 5,558
Vans
27 MBCA BERT & SUVs 5,816 25 2 5,843
MARITES ARQUILOLA 40
MARGIE 2
Trucks 4,815 148 389 5,352
28 MBCA AQUATIC CHARLIE CASTOR &
42 Buses 64 3 39 106
SPORTS SHUTTLE GERALD MALOTO
29 MBCA SYDNEY 1 ROMULO CANJA 40 Trailers 238 2 12 252
30 MBCA SYDNEY 2 OFELIA CANJA 45 MC/TC 82,253 133 3,560 85,946
31 MBCA NENENG Total 127,741 940 10,368 139,049
ROSEMARIE ESMA 50
FILIPINAS Source: LTO, Reg. 6, Iloilo City
32 MBCA WHITE EAGLE ALICIA DAOANA 52
33 MBCA HOLLYWOOD AGUSTINA CAMINIAN 40
34 MBCA STRAIT CRUISER PAGLAUM VILLANUEVA 45 Table No. 151 Total Numbers of Registered Tricycle
35 MBCA SUNSHINE RODOLFO PALOMARES 44 and Trisikad CY: 2014
36 MBCA KEVIN LEE EDGAR PIELAGO 40
37 MBCA DANDHANG II
MR & MRS DANILO CLAVE 45 Number
(DJ CRUISER) DISTRICTS
38 MBCA POLARIS RTC ROMMEL CUIZON 48 TRICYCLE TRISIKAD
39 MBCA RICE RICE IND. COALITION OF Jaro 189 147
42
GUIMARAS 1 EMPOWERMENT INC Arevalo 96 70
40 MBCA RICE RICE IND. COALITION OF Molo - 171
52
GUIMARAS GFC EMPOWERMENT INC Mandurriao 252 135
41 MBCA SENTOSA NERISSA PELINGON 44
La Paz 297 45
42 MBCA ST. THERESE NIEVES MEJICA 45
43 MBCA KEZIAH (MBCA VICENTE ESTAYA City Proper 124 40
41 Total 958 608
ANJELA DOS)
44 MBCA NENENG DE-J MA. ELENA GANACIAL 55 Source: Permits and License Division, CMO, Iloilo City
45 MBCA PAPA LITO VILLALUZ MALOTO
45
(JURACEL)
46 MBCA BEE VILLALUZ MALOTO 40 Table No.152 Total Number of Authorized Public
47 MBCA D’ADVENTURE EDUARDO CAREÑO Utility Jeepneys Intraroute, Iloilo City: 2014
45
(GEBROSS II)
48 MBCA FRANCIS IVAN RAMEL / RUTH DELA
III (GEBROSS3) CUEVA
40 INTRAROUTE NO. OF
AUTHORIZED
49 MBCA RIGEL ROMUALDO YMALAY 40
UNITS OF PUJ
50 MBCA SOFIA G REYNALDO & ETHEL
44
MACASA ILOILO CITY – BO. OBRERO 108
51 MBCA RB TRANS MR&MRS. BAYANI TALABAN 48 ILOILO CITY – CALUMPANG – VILLA BEACH 176
52 MBA TAWASH VISITACION GALOTERA 48 ILOILO CITY – JARO CPU 426
Source: MARINA, Reg.6, Iloilo City
ILOILO CITY – JARO LIKO- NFA 185
ILOILO CITY – JARO LIKO – TAGBAK
224
TERMINAL
NEPTUNE TRANS PORT CORP. – Muelle Loney, ILOILO CITY- LAPAZ – LA GRANJA 176
Iloilo City ILOILO CITY – LAPAZ – TICUD TERMINAL 53
ILOILO CITY – LA PUZ 63
1. MBCA MENINGLAY ILOILO CITY – MANDURRIAO via AIRPORT-
93
2. MBCA BEACH CRAFT AQUINO AVENUE
3. MBCA MIKEY DOS ILOILO CITY – MANDURRIAO(HIBAOAN) via
3
4. MBCA LITTLE STAR TABUCAN-SAN RAFAEL

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ILOILO CITY-HIBAO-AN(Pavia) via


24
b. Dimension of Runway:
MANDURRIAO
ILOILO CITY –HIBAO-AN MANDURRIAO 1. Runway (2,500m x 45m) concrete/Asphalt Overlay
41
VIA TABUCAN 2. Apron (375 meters x 140 meters concrete
ILOILO CITY – MANDURRIAO VIA SM CITY 5 3. Taxiway (1,000mx23m) both Ends
ILOILO CITY- MANDURRIAO VIA TABUCAN 102 4. Stopway (60 meters x 45 meters) both ends
ILOILO CITY-HIBAO-AN via MANDURRIAO 8
5. Clearway (300 meters) both ends
ILOILO- CITY – HIBAO-AN- MANDURRIAO
PAVIA VIA TABUCAN- 7
6. Runaway Shoulder (7.5 meters x 2,500 meters)
EXTENSION SAVANNAH 7. Runway Strip Width (3,120 meters x 300 meters)
ILOILO- CITY – MANDURRIAO-HIBAO-AN-
3
PAVIA VIA TABUCAN
ILOILO CITY – MOLO VIA BALUARTE 202 B. Iloilo Airport Facilities
ILOILO CITY – MOLO VIA CITY HIGH 2
ILOILO CITY – MOLO VIA TIMAWA 102 Vehicular Parking Area - 21,276 sq.meters
ILOILO CITY – MOLO- TIMAWA- COMPANIA
69 Perimeter Road - 44,695 sq.meters
FUNDIDOR Asphalt Paved access Road - 20,800 sq.meters
ILOILO CITY – PAROLA –SUPERMARKET 24 Side Walk - 2,517 sq.meters
ILOILO CITY – UNGKA UI 1 Ciculation Road - 25,153 sq.meters
ILOILO CITY- UNGKA(ITGSI) via CPU 259 Perimeter Fence -Cyclone Wire perimeter Fence
ILOILO CITY- UNGKA UI (PAVIA TERMINAL)
22 (Complete)
via CPU
Security Fence -Cyclone Wire perimeter Fence (Complete
ILOILO CITY- UNGKA UI (PAVIA TERMINAL)
3
VIA AQUINO AVENUE
ILOILO CITY- UNGKA- (ITGSI) VIA AQUINO Perimeter Fence 9,275 meters
25
AVENUE
ILOILO CITY- UNGKA- (ITGSI) 59
ILOILO CITY- UNGKA- (PAVIA TERMINAL) 6 C. Airport Utilities
ILOILO CITY – VILLA (Arevalo) 300
ILOILO CITY- (VILLA) AREVALO-MOHON
89
Fire Trucks 1-Unit Morita Model 10000
TERMINAL Operational
JARO PLAZA – BALABAGO – BITO-ON 28 Boarding Bridge 1-UnitMorita Model 5000 Operational
JARO PLAZA – MANDURRIAO 38 Service Vehicle 3-Unit Operational, Shinmaywa, 35 meters
JARO PLAZA – MANDURIAO- HIBAO-AN 2007
24
TERMINAL
Tractor mower Toyota Liteace, Nissan sentra-Oprerational
SM CITY – CITY PROPER PLAZA LIBERTAD 88
1-unit kubota Large MowerOperational, 4-units John Deere
UNGKA (ITGSI) – AQUINO AVENUE-TANZA 35
UNGKA PAVIA TERMINAL – AQUINO
X300 Small mower Operational
15 Grass Cutters 4-Units Operational
AVENUE – TANZA
ILOILO CITY- LEGANES-AQUINO AVENUE 337 Runway Sweeper 1-Unit Operational, Isuzu NKR
ILOILO CITY–LEGANES – LAPAZ 106 Elevator 6-Unit, Mitsubishi Operational
ILOILO CITY – OTON- DERECHO 93 Escalator 3-Unit, Mitsubishi operational
ILOILO CITY – OTON- ANHAWAN 138 Aerial Working flatform 1-Unit Haulotte, Operational
TOTAL 3,762 Articulated Working Flatform1-Unit Haulotte, Operational
Source: LTFRB, Reg. 6, Iloilo City Dump Truck 1-Unit Isuzu, Operational

TAXI
D.Building
ILOILO CITY TO ANY POINT IN PANAY - 1,921
Source: LTFRB, Iloilo City 1. Passenger Terminal Bldg. (13,700 sq.m.; 3 storey; ) 2007
2. Cargo terminal Bldg. (1,300 sq.m. single storey) 2007
D. AIR 3. Fire Station Bldg. (600 sq.m. / 2-storeys), 2007
4. Administration Bldg. (950 sq.m. 2 storeys) 2007
A. AIRPORT 5. Maintainance Bldg. (657.38 sq.m.2 storeys) 2007
6. General Aviation Area (64,000 sq. meters)
a. Location: 10o 49’ 56.7” N 122o 29’ 35.2” E in a valley 7. Control Tower/Flight Service station (1,700 s.q m)
Between the Municipality of Cabatuan and Sta. 8. Central Plant Bldg, (2,077 sq.m 1 storey.)
Barbara Iloilo 9. Central Mechanical Plant (480 sq.m. 1 storey)

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E. Air Navigation System (meeting ICAO category Table No. 153 Airlines Servicing Iloilo Airport
Loading System)
Philippine Airlines (PAL)

1. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL Route


From – Flight No. Departure Arrival Frequency
 DVOR,DME,LLZ,GP,IDME (THALES) / IFR,VFR1 To
 ILS 20 AND GLIDE SLOPE PR 2940 6:20 A.M 7:25 A.M Daily
PR 2932 10:20 A.M 11:25 P.M Daily
Iloilo –
2. METEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENT Manila PR 2934 2:05 P.M 3:10 P.M Daily
PR 2936 6:05 P.M 7:10 P.M Daily
 Wind Measurement System PR 2942 8:30P.M 9:40 P.M Daily
 Basic Meteorological Sensor PR 2939 4:30 A.M 5:40 A.M Daily
PR 2932 8:30 A.M 9:40 A.M Daily
Manila –
Iloilo PR 2933 12:15 P.M 1:25 P.M Daily
3. Weather Instrument System
PR 2935 4:15 P.M 5:25 P.M Daily
PR 2941 6:40 P.M 7:50 P.M Daily
 BAR (VAILALA),WSI,WDI (NEI), RTI/HU Source: DOTC, CAAP, Iloilo City
(VAISALA)
Cebu Pacific

Route Flight
Frequency Departure Arrival
F. AIRFEILD LIGHTING WORK From – To No.
5J452 Daily 6:05 A.M 7:05 A.M
VISUAL AIDS 5J454 Daily 10:35 A.M 11:45 A.M
5J450 Daily 1:15 P.M 2:15 P.M
Approach Lighting--Precision Path Indicator RWY 02/20 Iloilo-
Runway Lighting-- Precision Path Indicator RWY 20 Manila
5J456 Daily 4:55 P.M 6:00 P.M
5J448 Daily 2:50 P.M 4:00 P.M
--Simple Approach Lighting System RWY 02 5J458 Daily 5:45 P.M 6:50 P.M
--Runway end Light RWY 02/20 5J460 Daily 8:30 P.M 9:30 P.M
--Threshold light 02/20 5J464 Daily 6:35 P.M 7:45 P.M
--Runway Wing Bar Light Manila- 5J451 Daily 4:20 A.M 5:25 A.M
--Stopway light RWY 02/20 Iloilo
5J453 Daily 8:45 A.M 9:55 A.M
--Wind Direction Indicator light RWY 02/20 5J449 Daily 11:30 A.M 12.35 P.M
--Runway Edge Light 5J455 Daily 8:35 P.M 9:45 P.M
--Sequence Flashing Light System 5J163 Daily 06:15 A.M 7:10 A.M
--Taxiway Edge Light Iloilo – 5J167 TTH 7:15 A.M 8:10 A.M
--Turning Pad Edge Light 5J165 Daily 12:10 P.M 12:50 P.M
Cebu
--Aerodrome Beacon (White and Green) 5J161 Daily 3:20 P.M 4:15 P.M
--Illuminated Airfield Signage (690mm high) 5J169 Daily 5:15 P.M 6:10 P.M
--Illuminated Airield Signage (890mm high)
5J162 Daily 5:00 A.M 5:55 A.M
5J166 TTH,SU 6:00 A.M 6:55 A.M
Cebu –
G. OTHERS 5J164 Daily 1:30 P.M 2.20 P.M
Iloilo
5J160 Daily 2:05 P.M 3:00 P.M
I. PO WER SOURCE – ILECO – 1 (unstable) 5J168 MWF 7:50 P.M 8;40 P.M
5J347 Daily 8:30 A.M 9:40 A.M
Water Supply System - MIWD Iloilo-Davao 5J721 T,W, SAT 3:00 P.M 4:10 P.M
5J719 SAT 10:25 P.M 11:35 P.M
Capacity – Tank A – 80 cu.m. 5J178 SUN 12:15 A.M 1:25 A.M
Tank B – 80 cu.m. Davao-Iloilo 5J348 Daily 7:25 A.M 8:35 A.M
5J720 T,W, SAT 3:50 P.M 5: P.M
Regulating Pond – A – 71,100 sq.m.
3:00 P.M 4:00 P.M
B-24,233 sq.m. Iloilo-CGY 5J695 MWF/SUN
8:50 A.M 9:50 A.M
C-4,418 sq.m. 4:40 P.M 5:40 P.M
Generator Set – 4 unit Mitsubishi 500 KVA (2007) CGY-Iloilo 5J696 MWF/SUN
10:30 A.M 11:30 A.M

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ILO-GES 5J247
T-TH-SAT-
3:00 P.M 4:20 P.M
Tiger Air
SUN
T-TH-SAT- Route Flight
GES-ILO 5J248 5:00 P.M 6.15 PM Frequency Departure Arrival
SUN From – To No.
ILO-PPS 5J261 MWF 8:40 AM 9:45 AM ILO-MNL DG7070 Daily 12:10 A.M 1:20 A.M
ILO-PPS 5J263 F 3:30 P.M 4:35 P.M ILO-MNL DG7073 Daily 10:40 A.M 11:50 A.M
PPS-ILO 5J262 MWF 10:25 AM 11:30 AM ILO-MNL DG7075 Daily 12:55 P.M 2:10 P.M
PPS -ILO 5J264 F 1:45 P.M 2:50 P.M ILO-MNL DG7079 Daily 10:45 P.M 11:55 P.M
SIN-ILO 5J256 T-TH-SAT 2:40 A.M 6:00 A.M MLA-ILO DG7072 Daily 8:20 A.M 9:30 A.M
ILO-SIN SJ255 MWF 10:40 P.M 1:55 A.M MNL-ILO DG7074 Daily 10:00 A.M 11:15 A.M
ILO-HK 5J242 TTH-SUN 11:10 P.M 1:35 A.M MNL-ILO DG7078 Daily 10:20 P.M 11:30 P.M
HK-ILO 5J243 MWF 2:20 A.M 4:45 A.M Source: Source: DOTC, CAAP, Iloilo City

TABLE NO. 154 TOTAL MONTHLY VOLUMES OF PASSENGERS: 2014

Number of Passengers
Month Incoming % Outgoing % Total %
January 78,444 8.93 86,253 9.54 164,697 9.24
February 65,186 7.42 71,963 7.96 137,149 7.70
March 75,036 8.54 76,870 8.51 151,906 8.52
April 85,747 9.76 86,619 9.59 172,366 9.67
May 87,854 10.00 92,445 10.23 180,299 10.12
June 70,088 7.98 69,509 7.69 139,597 7.83
July 64,993 7.40 66,739 7.39 131,732 7.39
August 66,612 7.58 70,513 7.80 137,125 7.69
Sept. 64,818 7.38 66,627 7.37 131,445 7.38
October 73,496 8.37 73,846 8.17 147,342 8.27
Nov. 58,271 6.63 65,413 7.24 123,684 6.94
Dec. 87,958 10.01 76,899 8.51 164,857 9.25
Total 878,503 100 903,696 100 1,782,199 100
Source: CAAP, ILOILO AIRPORT

TABLE NO. 155 FARE RATES (2014) ACCORDING TO DESTINATION (REGULAR FARE)

Philippines Airlines Cebu Pacific Tiger Air


Destination
One Way Two Way One Way Two Way One Way Two Way
ILO-MNL 3,800.00 7,600.00 3,400.00 6,800.00 2,500.00 5,000.00
MNL-ILO 3,800.00 7,600.00 3,400.00 6,800.00 2,500.00 5,000.00
ILO-CEB 3,300.00 6,600.00
CEB-ILO 3,300.00 6,600.00
ILO-DVO 2,500.00 5,000.00
DVO-ILO 2,500.00 5,000.00
ILO-CGY 2,400.00 4,800.00
CGY-ILO 2,400.00 4,800.00
ILO-GES 2,200.00 4,400.00
GES-ILO 2,200.00 4,400.00
ILO-PPS 3,700.00 7,400.00
PPS-ILO 3,700.00 7,400.00
ILO-HONG 5,000.00 10,000.00
HONG-ILO 5,000.00 10,000.00
ILO-SING 6,000.00 12,000.00
SING-ILO 6,000.00 12,000.00
Source: CAAP, DOTC, Iloilo Airport

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Table No. 156 Monthly Volume of Cargo (Kls): 2014

Volume of Cargoes (KLS.)


Month Incoming % Outgoing % Total %
January 1,121,371 12.90 558,562 8.47 1,679,933 10.99
February 1,061,824 12.21 490,694 7.44 1,552,518 10.15
March 1,064,312 12.24 545,950 8.28 1,610,262 10.53
April 745,625 8.58 341,568 5.18 1,087,193 7.11
May 739,721 8.51 331,927 5.03 1,071,648 7.01
June 541,096 6.22 636,242 9.64 1,177,338 7.70
July 553,152 6.36 672,317 10.19 1,225,469 8.01
August 564,653 6.49 576,127 8.73 1,140,780 7.46
September 510,152 5.87 606,929 9.20 1,117,081 7.31
October 577,769 6.65 603,085 9.14 1,180,854 7.72
November 561,669 6.46 558,135 8.46 1,119,804 7.32
December 653,325 7.51 675,813 10.24 1,329,138 8.69
Total 8,694,669 100 6,597,349 100 15,292,018 100
Source: DOTC/CAAP, Iloilo Airport, Cabatuan, Iloilo

Table No. 157 Airlines/Planes Movement at Iloilo Airport: 2014

PAL AIRPHIL CEBU ZEST AIR SEAIR/TIGER AIR LIGHT PLANES MILITARY TOTAL
JANUARY 452 - 794 62 62 316 14 1,700
FEBRUARY 392 - 693 - 56 282 10 1,433
MARCH 330 - 770 - 66 302 8 1,476
APRIL 298 - 758 - 120 322 8 1,506
MAY 276 - 794 - 118 389 49 1,626
JUNE 242 - 793 - 118 252 56 1,461
JULY 246 - 701 - 120 402 26 1,495
AUGUST 308 - 769 - 114 292 9 1,492
SEPTEMBER 296 - 645 - 108 369 4 1,422
OCTOBER 310 - 707 - 136 148 21 1,322
NOVEMBER 300 - 686 - 178 124 20 1,308
DECEMBER 306 - 832 - 169 114 12 1,433
TOTAL 3,756 0 8,942 62 1,365 3,312 237 17,674
Source: DOTC/CAAP, Iloilo Airport, Cabatuan, Iloilo

E. WATER
1. Water needs of the City is serviced by the Metro Iloilo Water District
2. Capacity of Water per day (MIWD) 35,799318 cu.m/ day
3. Water Demand of Iloilo (in cu.m./day) 18,022.28 cu.m/day
4. Number of water consumers, Iloilo City (connections/ concessionaire) 22,015 (as of Dec. 2014)
5. Percent of Household w/ access to piped water 23.38%
6. Amount of Tapped Water supplied per person (liter) no data( liters\person\day)
7. Number of Barangays reached by MIWD 170 barangays
8. Estimated Population served by MIWD 131,988
9. Average Cost of Piped water per cu.m Php 28.00
10. Average Monthly Consumption per connection 24.56 cu.m/ connection
11. Average/capita/day consumption .82 liters / capita/day
12. List and No. of Barangays served and not served by MIWD per District
13. Total Number of connections in Iloilo City 30,770
14. Total Number of of Active Connecvtion in Iloilo City 21,998

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15. Cost/rate per cu. m. of water consumption per household.day Php 22.96
16. Cost/rate per cu. m. pf water consumption per person/day Php 4.83
17. Total cu.m. consumed per household/day .82 cu.m.
18. Total cu.m. consumed per person/day .137
19. Average water consumption per household/day .82
20. Average hours of water available per day

A. Jaro -18 – 24 Hrs. D. Molo – 12 – 18 – Hrs.


B. LaPaz - 18 – 24 Hrs. E. Arevalo – 0 – 6 – Hrs.
C. Mandurriao - 12 – 18 – Hrs. F. City Proper – 6 – 12 – Hrs.

District Total Served Not Served

Served Barangays

a. Jaro 42 39 3
b. Lapaz 37 32 5
c. Mandurriao 18 16 2
d. Molo 25 25 -
e. Arevalo 13 13 -
f. City Proper 45 45 -

Total 180 170 10

Not Served Barangay


Jaro Lapaz Mandurriao

Bito-on Banuyao Dungon C


Camalig Hinactacan Sta. Rosa
Lanit San Isidro
Tabuc Suba
Ticud

Table No. 158 Water Rates: 2014

RESIDENTIAL/GOVERNMENT
COMMODITY CHARGES
Classification Code Size Minimum 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-UP
1 1 1/2” 159.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 2 3/4” 254.40 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 3 1” 508.80 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 4 1 ½” 1,272.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 5 2” 3,180.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 6 3” 5,724.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 8 4” 11,448.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 9 6” 19,080.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
1 8” 30,528.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
10” 43,884.00 17.50 19.25 21.25 23.60 26.30
COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
COMMODITY CHARGES
Classification Code Size Minimum 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-UP
2 1 1/2” 318.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
2 2 3/4” 508.80 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
2 3 1” 1,017.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
2 4 1 ½” 2,544.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60

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2 5 2” 6,360.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60


2 6 3” 11,448.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
2 8 4” 22,896.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
2 9 6” 38,160.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
8” 61,056.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
10” 87,768.00 35.00 38.50 42.50 47.20 52.60
BULK/WHOLESALE
COMMODITY CHARGES
Classification Code Size Minimum
11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-UP
3 1 1/2” 477.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 2 3/4” 763.20 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 3 1” 1,526.40 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 4 1 ½” 3,816.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 5 2” 9,540.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 6 3” 17,172.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 8 4” 34,344.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 9 6” 57,240.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 8” 91,584.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
3 10” 131,652.00 52.50 57.75 63.75 70.80 78.90
PUBLIC FAUCET
COMMODITY CHARGES
Classification Code Size Minimum 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-UP
4 2 3/4” 159.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
4 3 1” 254.40 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
4 4 1 ½” 508.80 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
4 5 2” 1,272.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
4 6 3” 3,180.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
4 8 4” 5,724.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
4 9 6” 11,448.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
8” 19,080.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
10” 30,528.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
43,884.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50
Source: MIWD, Bonifacio Drive, Iloilo City

F. POWER

1. PECO’s contracted capacity - 85,000 kilowatt


2. Number of Electric Consumers - 57,429
3. Power demand of Iloilo City - 83,400 kilowatt
4. Percentage of Households with access to power - 100%
5. No. of Barangays Energized by PECO - 180
6. Estimated population served by PECO - 365,820
7. Average rate/kilowatt hour of: (As of December 31, 2014 Exclusive of VAT & UC))

a) Residential - 11.2642 e) City Streetlight - 10.7578


b) Intermediate - 10.6046 f) City Offices - 10.7041
c) Commercial - 10.7849 g) Other Government - 10.5201
d) Power Industrial - 10.9170

8. Average Cost of Electricity per KWHR - 10.9973

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9. PECO Power Rate

CONSUMPTION FROM DECEMBER 2014

CUSTOMER CLASS

Particulars Unit Residential Intermediate Commercial General City Offices & St. Lights Govt. Building
Power Street
Offices
Lights
(A)Generation System /kwhr
7.3676 7.3676 7.3676 7.3676 7.3676 7.3676 7.3676
charge
(A)Previous Months
Adjustment on
Generation Cost
(A)Previous year’s
Adjustment on Power (0.1595) (0.1595) (0.1595) (0.1595) (0.1595) (0.1595) (0.1595)
Cost
(B)Transmission charge /kwhr (0.0029) (0.0029) (0.0029) (0.0029) (0.0029) (0.0029) (0.0029)
(C)Distribution System /kwhr
1.1187 0.7110 0.9372 0.3837 0.7110 0.9372 0.7674
charge
(C)Demand charge /kw
(C)Supply System /kwhr
0.1709
charge
(C)Supply System /cust
39.1500 38.2400 38.5000 38.7000 38.2700 37.6000
charge omer
(C)Metering System /kwhr
0.4190
charge
(C)Metering System /cust
5.0000 133.7700 266.6700 1,223.6800 332.9200 168.6100 312.2300
charge omer
(C)System loss charge 0.9188 0.9188 0.9188 0.9188 0.9188 0.9188 0.9188
(C)Lifeline rate
0.0830 0.0830 0.0830 0.0830 0.0830 0.0830 0.0830
subsidy
Sub-total (C)
(D)Local Franchise 0.825% of 00.825% of 0.825% of 0.825% of 0.825% of 0.825% of 0.825% of
/kwhr
Tax (A+B+C) (A+B+C) (A+B+C) (A+B+C) (A+B+C) (A+B+C) (A+B+C)
Sub-total (D)
Value Added Tax
12% of (A) 12% of (A) 12% of (A) 12% of (A) 12% of (A) 12% of (A) 12% of (A)
(VAT)-generation
Value Added Tax
12% of (B) 12%of (B) 12%of (B) 12%of (B) 12%of (B) 12%of (B) 12%of (B)
(VAT)-transmission
Value Added Tax
112% of (C&D) 12% of (C&D) 12% of (C&D) 12% of (C&D) 12% of (C&D)12% of (C&D) 12% of (C&D)
(VAT)-other charges
Universal Charges /kwhr
Missionary /kwhr
0.1163 0.1163 0.1163 0.1163 0.1163 0.1163 0.1163
Electrification
Environmental charge /kwhr 0.0025 0.0025 0.0025 0.0025 0.0025 0.0025 0.0025
NPC- Stranded
0.1938 0.1938 0.1938 0.1938 0.1938 0.1938 0.1938
Contract Cost
Source: PECO, Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City

10. Total No. of KWH Consumed per month (December 2014)

a) Residential - 12,396,431 e) City Streetlight - 593,837


b) Intermediate - 171,648 f) City Offices - 599,459
c) Commercial - 6,963,042 g) Other Government - 900,697
d) Power Industrial - 14,558,292

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11. Total no. of KWH Consumed per year (2014)

a) Residential - 142,365,441 e) City Streetlight - 6,972,068


b) Intermediate - 2,182,090 f) City Offices - 6,325,669
c) Commercial - 87,542,174 g) Other Government - 9,961,005
d) Power Industrial - 171,620,065
12. Total kwhrs electricity consumption per household per day (December 31, 2014)

a) Residential - 7.5670 e) City Streetlight - 38.6991


b) Intermediate - 21.0534 f) City Offices - 147.6136
c) Commercial - 82.8934 g) Other Government - 199.0051
d) Power Industrial - 527.0733
13. Average cost/Rate per kwhr electricity consumption per household per day (December 31, 2014 rates)

a) Residential - 0.3634 e) City Streetlight - 0.3470


b) Intermediate - 0.3421 f) City Offices - 0.3453
c) Commercial - 0.3479 g) Other Government - 0.3394
d) Power Industrial - 0.3522
14. Average no. per kwhrs electricity consumption per household per day (December 31, 2014)

a) Residential - 7.5670 e) City Streetlight - 38.6991


b) Intermediate - 21.0534 f) City Offices - 147.6136
c) Commercial - 82.8934 g) Other Government - 199.0051
d) Power Industrial - 527.0733

15. Average hours of no. kWhr of electricity available per day 24 hrs.
16. Average no. of kWhr of electricity interruption/year 7,011,386 kWhr
17. Energy Consumption in Iloilo City 2014 426,968,512 kWh

Table No. 159 2014 Summary of Energy Delivered by Global Business Power Corporation (GBP)
and Panay Power Corporation to PECO

PPC PEDC TOTAL


2014 Capacity (Kw) Energy (Kwh) Capacity (Kw) Energy (Kwh) Capacity (Kw) Energy (Kwh)
January 15,000 5,472,584 65,000 30,478,165 80,000 35,950,749
February 15,000 6,892,006 65,000 30,018,272 80,000 36,910,287
March 15,000 2,828,346 65,000 33,111,471 80,000 35,939,817
April 15,000 1,629,000 65,000 39,977,652 80,000 41,606,652
May 15,000 10,361,302 65,000 35,019,825 80,000 45,381,128
June 15,000 6,108,113 65,000 39,899,309 80,000 46,007,422
July 15,000 3,050,000 65,000 37,424,865 80,000 40,474,865
August 15,000 4,306,762 65,000 38,723,776 80,000 43,030,537
September 15,000 705,000 65,000 41,761,638 80,000 42,466,638
October 15,000 136,000 65,000 40,971,472 80,000 41,107,472
November 15,000 4,215,574 65,000 39,962,278 80,000 44,177,852
December 15,000 48,000 65,000 40,898,845 80,000 40,946,845
Total 45,752,687 448,247,568 494,000,255
Source: PPC & PEDC, Iloilo City

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G. COMMUNICATIONS

1. Number of Mailing Centers/Extended Counters - 0


(Handled by Private Corporation or individual) in Iloilo City)

2. Number of Post Office/ Postal Stations, Iloilo City: CY 2014 - 6


District Number
City Proper - 5
Jaro - 1

3. Number. Of Post shop: CY 2014 - - 1

PHL Post Tiangge, Iloilo City Post Office


4. Number of Mail/Letter Carriers Iloilo City: 2014 - 31
5. List of Schools/Universities/Agencies w/ Postal Station - WVSU
6. Postal Rates at Present

DOMESTIC POSTAGE
As of July 15, 2014 (in Php)
WEIGTH DEMS REGISTERED PRIORITY ORDINARY 2ND CLASS 3RD CLASS & COD
IN Inter Inter
GRAMS INTRA INTER INTRA INTER INTRA INTER INTRA land Airmail INTRA INTER INTRA INTER
20 g below 60 70 25 30 20 25 10 12 15 4 5 5 6
21-50 60 70 35 40 30 35 15 20 25 6 7 7 9
51-100 65 75 50 60 45 55 25 30 35 9 15 13 18
101-250 75 85 70 80 70 80 35 45 50 18 23 23 29
251-500 80 90 85 100 85 100 55 65 70 34 45 46 57
501-1000 100 125 115 145 115 145 65 80 90 57 68 68 79
1001-1500 115 150 135 175 135 175 80 95 105 68 79 79 90
1501-2000 130 175 155 205 155 205 100 115 125 79 90 90 101

MONEY ORDER 9 ( M.O.) & COD FEES EXPRESS POUCH SERVICE


VALUE OF THE MONEY IN AIR
PESO COD FEE MO FEE INS. FEE POUCH SIZE MAX WT. LAND RATE RATE
Up to p 250 17 36 23 Small 500g 65 80
251-500 23 36 34 Medium 1 kl. 95 115
501-1000 34 43 45 Large 2 kls. 115 175
1001-2000 56 55 79 Lock Box Rental/Qtr &/Yr
2001-3000 79 75 112 Small 300 1,000
3001-4000 101 95 146 Medium 425 1,500
4001-5000 124 115 180 Large 550 2,000
5001-6000 146 135 OTHERS PRODUCTS 8 SERVICES
6001-7000 168 155 Aerogramme 10

7001-8000 191 175 Lock Box Key 80

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8
8001-9000 213 195 BRE/BRC
30
9001-10000 236 215 Certification Fee
12
10001-11000 258 235 Int'l Bus Reply Service
115
11001-12000 280 255 Int'l Bus Reply Coupon (IRC)
20/15/12
12001-13000 303 275 Dom. Money Order Revalidation
13001-14000 325 295 Presentation to Customs 40

14001-15000 348 315 Restricted Delivery 10

INDEMNITY FEE Registry Fee 11

REGISTERED MAIL 100 Registry Return Card 10


5
INSURED COD & PARCEL 2,500 Storage Fee/Day
5
Actual Value or Maximum Fee of 2,500 whichever is lower Door-to door-50g
COD Fee should be collected upon issuance of the COD items and shall be deducted 4
on the UAMS P.O. Box Delivery 50 g
the actual priceof the COD items, by issuing an Official receipt to the claimant or COD recipient
Priority Mail treatmen t - unrecordedfrom acceptance but shall be recorded and delivered under reciept at th office of delivery
(632) 527-0108 (632) 527-0091
Note: Intra Rates shall apply to all mails intended for delivery within the Region only
Airmail rates shall apply to all mails intended for delivery outside the Region 6
(Mail deliverable to other Regions)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT

COMPANY NAME ADDRESS CONTACT/ WEB


Healthcare Information Management Outsourcing
1. JKM Healthcare Admin Solutions ATM Building, Ledesma-Jalandoni St., Iloilo City http:/www.jkmahs.com/contact-us/
2. Vista Health Solutions 2/F TTW Bldg., JM Basa St., Iloilo City Michelle Hortillo (mitch.hortillo@gmail.com)

Creative Process Outsourcing


1. Galaxy Animation Studio, Inc. Burgos St., Iloilo City

Information Technology Outsourcing


1. Eversun Software Philippine Corp. 5/F Diogjinn CenterValeria St., Iloilo City http:/www.agentsofvalue.com/contact-us/
Tel No. (033) 338-3106; 335-8835; 300-0733; 338-
3983
2. i-River Workshop ISoriano Bldg., Infante Ave., St., Iloilo City http:/www.iriverworkshop.com/contact-us/
3. Dlinkers (Search Engine
Ledesma St., Iloilo City
Optimazation Co.)
4. Rogomi Inc Lucky Bldg., Burgos St., Lapaz, Iloilo City

Customer Relation Management Outsourcing


1. AVATAR Technologies Philippines http://avatartechnologies.com.ph/#lvl_c
Estrella Building, Simon Ledesma St., Iloilo City
Corp
2. Call Box Customer Contact Center Avescor Bldg., M.H del Pilar St., Molo, Iloilo City http:/www.callboxinc.com/contact/
Tel No. (033) 509-6352; 337-6863
2nd Floor TTW JM Basa St. Iloilo City
3.CNS e-LAMP
4. Echo Communications & Dev’t. John B. Lacson Maritime Foundation University http://www.callboxinc.com/contact/
Corp M.H. del Pilar St., Molo, Iloilo CityTel No. (033) 509-
0211; 336-1735
5. Hinduja Global Solutions http://www.teamhgs.com/contact/global-
Ayala TechnoHub, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
location.html
Iloilo Supermart Bldg., Molo Iloilo City Tel No. (033) http://spi-global.com/contact-us
6. SPI Global
329-9820
7. TeleTech 5/F SM City, Mandurriao, Iloilo City http://www.teletech.com/contact/regional-sales-

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office/
8. Transcom http://www.transcom.com/sv/Abot-
2/F Amigo Terrace Hotel, Iznart St., Iloilo City
transcom/Contact-us/
9. Process Synergy 2/F GST Bldg., Quezon St., Iloilo City Prosync.iloilorecruitment@smg.sanmiguel.com.ph
10. iXL Solutions G/F GST Bldg., Quezon St., Iloilo City
11. Reeds Elsivier Richmond Hotel, Megaworld, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
12. Startek Megaworld, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
13. GV Contech Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City
14. Voice Hand Off BPO Dr #2 Centi Apt., Zerrudo-Sto Rosario Sts., Iloilo City

Corporate Services Outsourcing


1. Savant Technology Inc. MH De;l Pilar St., Molo, Iloilo City
2. Pettegrew Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City http://www.ppsi.com.ph/contact-us/

BROADCAST MEDIA
a. Total Number of A.M Broadcasting Stations - 6 d. Total Number of Telegraph Station in Iloilo City: 2014
- 0
b. Total Number of F.M Broadcasting Stations - 12 e. No. of Internet Service Providers - 5
c. Total Number of TV Stations (Includes VHF TV) - 8 f. No. of Cell Sites in Iloilo City - 108
Source: NTC, Reg. VI, Iloilo City
d. Total Number of CATV (Cable Stations, Iloilo City) - 2
Source: NTC, Reg. VI, Iloilo City

TELECOMMUNICATIONS ILOILO MEDIA PROFILE: 2014


a. Number of telephone Exchange (Iloilo City) - 3
b. Total Number of Cellular Mobile Telephone System a. Print Media (National Circulation)* - 9
(CMTS) Stations, Iloilo City
b. Local Magazine* - 3
6.1 Smart – 60 c. Printing Press & Publishing houses - 58
6.2 Globe – 21 d. Movie Houses Theater - 17
6.3 Sun – 27 Source: PIA, Reg. VI, Iloilo City

Total 108
c. Total Number of Iloilo City Internet Café & Services (2014)
BPLO, Iloilo City - 213

XIII. ENVIRONMENT

I. RIVER WATER QUALITY: 2014

Name of Water Body Station Name Location No. of Official DENR MC No.
Stations Classification
ILOILO CITY
1. Iloilo Strait 6
Jordan Wharf SC 2014-13
Colmenares Mountain SB
Beach Resort
Cabalagnan Wharf SC
Between Puyo & Lawi SB

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Rico Beach SB
Sitio Laktawan Poblacion SB
2. Iloilo City Coastline 11
Iloilo City Coastline Boulevard Beach- SB 2000-10
Anhawan Beach SC
WESVICO-Fishing Port SC

3. Jaro-Tigum-Aganan River 8 1993


Ticud Bridge C
Ungka Jaro Bridge C
Pavia Bridge C
Sta. Barbara Bridge C
Cabatuan Bridge C
Maasin Dam A
San Miguel Dam C
Alimodian Bridge C
4. Batiano River 7 1994
Boulevard Bridge
C
Boulevard, Molo
Calumpang Bridge
C
Calumpang, Molo
Sto. Nino Bridge
C
Arevalo, Molo
Batiano Bridge
C
Pob. Oton
Severino Haro Bridge C
Brgy. San Antonio, Oton C
Mohon Bridge
C
Brgy. Mohon Arevalo
Sta. Cruz Bridge C
5. Iloilo River 12 1977
Parola-Muelle-Loney C
Quirino Bridge C
Forbes Bridge C
Sen. Benigno
C
Aquino Bridge
Carpenters Bridge C
Sook Bridge C
Dungon Mouth of Creek C
Dungon Bridge
C
Midstream
Calajunan Downstream
C
Dumpsite
Calajunan Creek
C
Downstream of Industries
Upstream Calajunan C
Mambog Creek C
*Calajunan Creek – is included in Iloilo River (Monitoring) Stations being part of it
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

II. Annual Average Water Quality 2014

Parameters
Sampling Station DO BOD TSS TDS Ph Temp Color Total Coli Fecal Coli Classif
ication
ILOILO RIVER
Parola 5.4 2.6 101.8 23050.5 7.9 29.6 33.1 61,026 49,099 C
Quirino Bridge 4.4 4.2 88.7 19571.9 8.0 30.6 55.0 106,292 66,785 C
Forbes Bridge 4.5 3.1 85.1 17981.1 7.9 30.6 80.0 78,568 49,808 C

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Sen. Benigno 103,375 65,302


3.9 3.1 75.8 16999.0 7.9 30.4 79.2 C
Aquino Bridge
Carpenter’s 25,251 14,858
3.7 4.2 82.6 14054.8 7.8 30.8 89.2 C
Bridge
Sook Bridge 4.4 4.9 77.0 6347.3 8.0 30.4 109.0 68,196 22,443 C
Dungon Mouth of 97,810 50,227
2.8 6.3 82.2 14393.9 7.9 30.3 54.6 C
Creek
Dungon Bridge 1,962,533 1,562,677
2.6 48.7 32.3 493.4 7.6 28.6 86.1 C
Midstream
Calajunan 241,899 206,955
Downstream 4.3 17.4 61.3 461.5 7.8 30.4 135.4 C
Dumpsite
Calajunan 3,638,635 1,453,491
Downstream of 1.2 137.6 57.0 513.2 7.5 28.3 103.3 C
Industries
Upstream 146,612 96,245
6.2 3.0 1606.2 366.7 7.9 28.8 87.5 C
Calajunan Creek
Mambog Creek 6.2 2.9 68.8 355.7 7.8 29.2 140.4 92,965 64,730 C
Average 4.2 19.8 201.5 9549.1 7.8 29.8 87.7 509,547 291,240
BATIANO RIVER
Boulevard Bridge 5.5 3.0 95.8 21238.3 8.0 30.3 40.0 59748.6 47997.2 C
Calumpang Bridge 5.2 4.5 96.9 19104.9 8.0 30.4 90.8 67785.3 50655.1 C
Arevalo Bridge 5.8 5.3 77.5 10432.0 7.9 31.2 125.4 36290.3 26066.2 C
Oton Bridge 4.8 6.3 72.7 3909.0 7.9 30.0 186.9 93854.2 52580.4 C
Sevirino Haro 5.9 4.0 79.2 1935.8 8.0 30.7 170.8 102748.8 102748.8 C
Bridges
Mohon Bridges 5.8 3.0 29.8 2507.2 8.0 32.2 116.7 60991.0 37278.5 C
Average 5.8 4.2 75.3 9524.0 7.9 30.7 110.9 66912.0 47995 C
JARO TIGUM AGANAN
Ticud Bridge 5.5 4.1 447.8 453.5 7.9 29.4 345.6 C
Ungka Jaro Bridge 6.0 3.7 1097.9 313.8 7.8 29.5 405.4 C
Pavia Bridge 7.3 2.8 306.0 302.5 7.8 30.7 355.4 C
Sta. Barbara 7.7 2.4 302.7 271.2 7.9 29.1 211.0 C
Bridge
Cabatuan Bridge 7.7 1.8 372.3 251.8 7.9 30.6 296.7 C
Maasin Dam 7.7 2.1 254.7 195.3 7.9 29.3 165.4 A
San Miguel Dam 7.1 2.0 379.8 310.3 7.9 30.4 298.8 C
Alimodian bridge 7.1 1.8 623.3 291.0 7.8 31.4 3228.3 C
AVERAGE 7.5 3.0 473.1 298.7 7.9 30.0 663.3
Note:
(g)* Not more than 30 mg/li increase (3)* maximum rise in degree Celcius
---no standard considered (c)* No abnormal discoloration from unnatural causes

Parameters 2012
Sampling Station
DO TSS Ph Temp. Color Total Fecal Classification
ILOILO COASTLINE 2012
WESVICO 6.1 44.0 8.0 30.8 11.3 7,912.25 4,412.50 SC
Fort San Pedro 5.3 114.5 8.0 30.5 10.0 5,719.50 1,865.25 SC
Iloilo Fishing Port 5.4 67.5 8.0 30.5 10.0 81,242.50 80,574.25 SC
Boulevard Beach 5.0 254.0 8.0 30.8 12.5 169,098.50 116,537.50 SB
St. Jude Beach 5.7 283.8 8.0 30.8 15.0 37,757.00 20,593.75 SB
Calumpang Beach 5.4 263.5 8.0 30.8 20.0 102,056.50 77,398.75 SB
Villa Rosa Beach 5.6 324.0 8.0 30.0 13.8 27,582.00 11,793.75 SB
Breakthrough 5.7 322.5 8.0 29.5 13.8 231,314.75 42,965.75 SB
Punta Villa 5.9 329.8 8.0 29.5 20.0 133,901.50 45,322.50 SB
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City
Note: No monitoring conducted in 2013 and 2014

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III. Number of Establishments by Classification With Discharging With Permit Into Iloilo-Batiano River 2014

Name of Industries by Classification No.


Gasoline Station 22
Car Service Station 12
Restaurant 43
Hotels and Apartments 32
Large Malls 9
Hospitals 10
Public Market/Supermarts 2
Industry 48
Institutions 12
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 160 Standard Value of Class A, B, C, SB, SC Water Classification

PARAMETER Unit Class A Class B Class C Class SB Class SC


Temperature C rise 3 3 3 3 3
Color PCU 50 C C C C
pH Range 6.5-8.5 6.5-8.5 6.5-8.5 6.0-8.5 6.0-8.5
Dissolved Oxygen mg/L 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0
5-day 200C BOD mg/L 5 5 7(10) 5 7(10)
Total Suspended Solids mg/L 50 f g g g
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 161 Water Usage and Classification

Classification Type Beneficial Use


Public Water Supply Class II. For sources of water supply that will require complete
A Fresh Surface Water
treatment in order tomeet the NSDW.
Recreation Water Class I. For primary contact recreation such as bathing, swimming,
B Fresh Surface Water
skin diving etc.
C Fresh Surface Water Fishery water for the propagation & growth of fish & other aquatic resources.
Recreation Water Class II
C Fresh Surface Water
Industrial Water Supply Class I (for manufacturing process after treatment)
Reacreation Water Class I (Spawning areas for chanos chanos or “Banugs” & similar
SB Coastal and Marine Waters
species)
Recreational Water Class II
SC Coastal and Marine Waters Fishery Water Claa II (Commercial & sustenance fishing)
Marshy and/or mangrove areas declared as fresh & wildlife sanctuaries
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City
1.2 Iloilo River

Table No. 162 Annual Average of DO, BOD, TSS, pH, Temperature & Color of Iloilo River Quality CY 2014

Parameter Range Average


D.O, mg/L 1.2-6.5 4.2
BOD, mg/L 2.6-137.6 19.8
TSS, mg/L 32.3-1606.2 201.5
TDS,mg/ L 355.7-23050.5 9549.1
pH range 7.5-8.0 7.8
Temperature, 0C 28.3-30.8 29.8
Color, PCU 33.1-140.4 87.7
Total Coliform, MPN/100 ml 25,251-1962,533 509,547
Fecal Coliform, MPN/100 ml 14,858-1562,677 291,240
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

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Table No. 163 Three Year Annual Average Comparative Water Quality Monitoring Results of Batiano River CY 2014

Parameter 2012 2013 2014


D.O, mg/L 3.78 4.2 5.8
BOD, mg/L 12.24 9.8 4.2
pH 7.35 7.6 75.3
Temperature, 0C 30.44 30.1 9,524.0
Color, PCU 39.45 57.4 7.9
TSS, mg/L 72.12 105.1 30.7
TDS, mg/L 7983.63 11,773.0 110.9
Total Coliform, MPN/100 ml 66,912
Fecal Coliform, MPN/100 ml 47,995
*Laboratory oven out of order
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 164 Three Year Annual Comparative Average Concentration of Jaro-Tigum-Aganan River CY 2014

Parameter 2012 2013 2014


D.O, mg/L 6.85 7.3 7.5
BOD, mg/L 1.18 1.8 3.0
pH 7.07 7.7 473.1
Temperature, 0C 29.05 30.4 298.7
Color, PCU 28.63 46.9 7.9
TSS, mg/L 439.62 161.4 30.0
TDS, mg/L 280.78 479.8 663.3
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Color (PCU) – Cobalt Platinum Unit


BOD - Biochemical Oxygen Demand
TSS - Total Suspended Solid
TDS - Total Dissolved Solid

Standard as per DAO 97-23

Total Coliform Class SC 5,00 MPN/100 ml


Fecal Coliform -do- -
Total Coliform Class SB 1,000 MPN/100 ml
Fecal Coliform -do- 200 MPN/100
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 165 AIR QUALITY INDICES


Annex A DENR – Administrative Order No. 2000-81 (IRR for R.A 8749)

Pollution Index Range (µg/NCM) Pollution Index Range (µg/NCM)


(TSP 24-hr.average) (PM 10 24-hr. average)
Good O - 80 Good 0 - 54
Fair 81 - 230 Fair 55 - 154
Unhealthy 231 – 349 Unhealthy 155 – 254
Very Unhealthy 350 - 599 Very Unhealthy 255 – 354
Acutely Unhealthy 600 – 899 Acutely Unhealthy 355 – 424
Emergency 900 – above Emergency 425 - 504
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

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Table No. 166 Total Suspended Particulates, 24-Hour Range (Lowest to Highest)
Concentration by Station & Month, CY 2014

STATION January February March April May June


30-103.0 3-66.0 18-103 1-41.0 11-71.0 6-55.0
LA PAZ PLAZA July August September October November December
14-24.0 12.5-68.90 28-306 143-271.90 59.60-223.30 51.20-334.30
January February March April May June
JARO CPU NO SAMPLING CONDUCTED
CAMPUS July August September October November December
(PM10)
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 167 Total Suspended Particulates, 24-Hour Range And Monthly Average
Concentration by Station & Month, CY 2014

STATION January February March April May June


61.8 22.6 74.8 12.00 35.60 20.80
LA PAZ PLAZA July August September October November December
18.6 34.7 98.8 219.5 100.98 191.6
January February March April May June
JARO CPU
N0 SAMPLING CONDUCTED
CAMPUS
July August September October November December
(PM10)
Source: EMB, DENR, Reg. 6, Iloilo City

Table No. 168 List of Establishment with Waste Water Treatment Facilities 2014

Name of Establishment Location


St. Therese MTC Hospital Brgy. San Agustin City Proper
GPK Development Resource Corp. Molo, Iloilo City
Fabson Inc. Ledesma st., Iloilo City
Doña Ana Ros Realty Corp. Brgy. San Vicente, Jaro, Iloilo City
3L Properties Corner Mapa Riza St., Iloilo City
Wu Bing Ng Huai Ledesma Quezon St., Iloilo City

Table No. 169 List Of The Different Public Enterprise Facilities, Parks,
Plazas and Public Cemeteries Maintained By The City ENRO

Name of Public Markets/Slaughterhouse/Public Parks/Plazas and Public Cemeteries Location


A. Public Markets/Slaughterhouse
1. Iloilo City Terminal Market City Proper, Iloilo City
2. Iloilo City Central Market City Proper, Iloilo City
3. La Paz Public Market La Paz, Iloilo City
4. Jaro Big Market Jaro, Iloilo City
5. Jaro Small Market Simon-Ledesma, Jaro, Iloilo City
7. Arevalo Public Market Arevalo, Iloilo City
8. Mandurriao Public Market Mandurriao, Iloilo City
B. Public Parks and Plazas
1. Plaza Libertad City Proper, Iloilo City
2. Arevalo Plaza Arevalo, Iloilo City
3. Freedom Park J.M. Basa St., City Proper, Iloilo City
4. Plaza Molo Molo, Iloilo City
5. Boardwalk/Efrain Treñas Boulevard
6. Plaza Mandurriao Mandurriao, Iloilo City
7. Plaza Jaro Jaro, Iloilo City
8. Plaza Bo. Obrero Bo. Obrero Lapuz, La Paz, Iloilo City
C. Public Cemeteries

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1. Tanza Public Cemetery Tanza, City Proper


2. Quintin Salas Municipal Cemetery Quintin Salas, Jaro, Iloilo City
3. La Paz Public Cemetery (Jereos) Jereos, La Paz, Iloilo City
Source: City ENRO 2011 Annual Report

Table No. 170 List of Different Public Markets/Slaughterhouse, Public Parks/Plazas and Public Cemeteries
Maintained/Managed the Environmental Sanitation – 2014

Name of Different Public Markets/Slaughterhouse, Public


Parks/Plazas and Public Cemeteries Person-In-Charge/Location
A. Iloilo River Esplanade Engr. Roberto Escoto, Sr. EMS
B. Public Parks/Plazas Jocelyn Garrido, Public Services Officer IV, Libertad, Jaro, La Paz, Arevalo,
Molo, Mandurriao. Bo. Obrero, Freedom Grandstand
C. Public Cemeteries Jocelyn Garrido/Tanza, La Paz, Quintin Salas, Jaro

Table No. 171 Requests for Burial Permits Processed, City ENRO January – December, 2014

Total No. of Permits


Niche Assignment
Name of Cemetery Processed
New Exhumation Transfer
1. Tanza Public Cemetery 134 125 21 280
2. Quintin Salas Municipal Cemetery 74 36 0 60
3. La Paz Public Cemetery (Jereos) 4 12 0 16
Total 162 173 21 356
Source: City CENRO, Iloilo City

Table No. 172 List of Establishment Monitored By The Multi-Partite Monitoring Team (MMT), January-December, 2014

Name of Project Owner Location


1. Coal Fired Power Plant Panay Energy Dev’t. Corp. Brgy. Ingore, La Paz
2. Diesel Power Plant Panay Power Corporation Brgy. Ingore, La Paz
Source: City ENRO, Iloilo City

Table No. 173 List of Pollution/Nuisance Complaints Received During the Period: January-December: 2014

Complaint Date Received 2014 Status


26 complaints received January – June, 2014 80% Resolved
31 complaints July-December, 2014 20% Referred to barangay & other Agencies

Source: City ENRO, Iloilo City

GARBAGE DISPOSAL (2014)


1. Average daily Garbage Volume(collected) - 260 tons/day estimated incoming at Calajunan dumpsite
2. Amount of Solid Waste per person (m2/person) -. 0.6 – 0.8 kg/person
3. Number of Garbage Trucks - 29
3.1 City Government - 3
3.2 J.S Layson Contractor - 26
4. No. of Street Sweeper / Garbage Collectors
4.1 City Government
4.1.1 Street Sweepers - 187
4.1.2 Garbage Collectors - 13
4.2 J.S Layson (Garbage Collector) - 78
5. Number of Drivers

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5.1 City Government - 3


5.2 Private (J.S Layson) - 24
6. Dumpsite Area (Calajunan)
6.1 Duration of remaining life of existing final disposal site - 10 years
6.2 No. of Personnel - 21
7. Number of Barangay access to Material Recovery Facility/Brgy.Recycling Center - 90 barangays
8. No. of Household with access to solid waste collection - 84,461
Source: OPS, Iloilo City

XIV. CITY FINANCES

CITY FINANCES

ILOILO CITY
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES
For the period ending December 31, 2014

I. ACTUAL INCOME

A. GENERAL INCOME ACCOUNTS

1. Permits and Licenses 42,505,339.46


2.Service Income 60,218,226.38
3. Business Income 4,179,553.82
4. Other Income 649,765,927.78 756,669,047.44

C. TAX REVENUE

1. National Taxes 1,131,600.00


2. Local Taxes
2.1 Amusement Tax 12,447,919.41
2.2 Business Tax & 367,042,303.87
Licenses
2.3 Community Tax 18,588,769.81
2.4 Franchise Tax 38,904,057.05
2.5 Occupation Tax 405,910.00
2.6 Printing & Publication 725,344.24
Tax
2.7Property Transfer Tax 36,822,648.86
2.8Real Property Taxes 371,981,272.85
2.9Tax on Delivery Trucks 3,636,550.00
and Vans
2.10 Fines and Penalties 11,211,730.49 862,898,106.58
Gain/Loss Accounts (173,882.55)
GROSS INCOME 1,619,393,271.47
Less discount 44,311,452.09
1,575,081,819.38

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II. ACTUAL EXPENDITURES

1. Personal Services (PS) 556,244,385.90


2. Maintenance and Other 750,372,294.29
Operating Expenses (MOOE)
3. Financial Expenses 8,914,153.62

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,315,530,833.81

NET INCOME 259,550,985.81

INTERNAL REVENUE ALLOTMENT 616,545,493.00


(IRA)

Actual Revenues & Receipts 2014


Fines and Penalties
A. Local Taxes Amusement Tax
Tax on Delivery
Trucks and Vans 11,211,730.49 Amusement Tax
12,447,919.41 Business Tax and
3,636,550.00

Business Tax and Community Tax


Real Property Taxes
Licenses
371,981,272.85 Franchise Tax
367,042,303.87
Occupation Tax
Property Trasnfer Taxes Community Tax
36,822,648.86 18,588,769.81 Printing and Publi

Property Trasnfer
Printing and Publication Franchise Tax
Occupation Tax
Tax 38,904,057.05 Real Property Taxe
405,910.00
725,344.24
Tax on Delivery Tr
Vans
Fines and Penaltie

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Actual Expenditures 2014

Financial Expenses
8,914,153.62 Personal Services
556,244,385.90
Personal Services

Maintenance and Other


Operating Expenses

Maintenance and Other Financial Expenses


Operating Expenses
750,372,294.29

Source: City Accounting Office, Iloilo City

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XV. LIST OF BARANGAYS WITH THEIR PUNONG BARANGAYS

ABC District President


CY 2012

District Punong Barangay Barangay


1. City Proper Alain Rey D. Depatillo Brgy. Rizal Pala-Pala I
2. Arevalo Cecilia A. Baylen Sta. Filomena
3. Jaro Jerel B. Agilles Brgy. Balantang Jaro
4. La Paz Rudiver R. Jungco, Sr. Jereos
Lapuz Ricardo Diño, Sr. Bo.Obrero
5. Mandurriao Ildefonso C. Tubungan Tabucan
6. Molo Pascual Espinosa IV San Juan

Carlos P. Guarin Aguinaldo La Paz


President, Liga ng mga Barangay
Ex-Officio Member

CITY PROPER DISTRICT


BARANGAY PUNONG BARANGAY
1. Arsenal-Aduana Teresita M. Conejar
2. Tanza-Baybay Dominador S. Deocampo
3. Blumentritt – Monica Keith N. Espinosa
4. Bonifacio – Tanza Willy T. Jamolo
5. Concepcion-Montes Madonna O. Martin
6. Danao Gilda C. Pacificar
7. Delgado-Jalandoni-Bagumbayan Ma. Freida M. Bascoguin
8. Edganzon Delia V. Dy
9. Flores Leonila C. Tan
10. Gen Hughes Ma. Theresa G. Uy
11. Gloria Gerben Oding Posing
12. Hipodromo Bienvenido B. Cabasac Jr.
13. Inday Edgar G. Alicante
14. Jalandoni-Wilson Edna D. Cajilig
15. Kahirupan Charlie M. Patnubay
16. Kauswagan Woody G. Delariarte
17. Legaspi-de la Rama Sergio J.. Espinosa
18. Liberation Niel V. Parcon
19. Mabolo-Delgado Antonio M. Yap
20. Magsaysay William G. Casio
21. Malipayon-Delgado Wilfredo B. Lirazan
22. Ma. Clara Rizalino S. Salazar
23. Muelle Loney Arnold P. Roga
24. Nonoy Evan Joe O. Anonoy
25. Ortiz Evangeline F. Granada
26. Osmeña Susuna Q. Oring
27. Pres. Roxas Luis Jose Maria D. Ong
28. Rima-Rizal Lorna R. Galvez
29. Rizal-Estanzuela Hector G. Obligacion
30. Rizal-Ibarra Analyn P. Gonzales
31. Rizal Pala-Pala I Allain Rey D. Depatillo (ABC President)
32. Rizal Pala-Pala II Myrna R. Rey
33. Roxas Village Mario N. Conte

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34. Sampaguita Antonio N. Antenor, Jr.


35. San Agustin Ma. Rosario Sabando
36. San Felix Josephine L. Navarro
37. San Jose Morenita Matias
38. Sto. Rosario-Duran Oscar C. Catarata
39. Tanza-Esperanza Noel B. Odicta
40. Timawa-Tanza I Reynaldo Z. Lorenzo
41. Timawa-Tanza II Antonio E. Roberto
42. Veteran’s Village John Eric T. David
43. Villa Anita Marcelo N. Alag
44. Yulo Arroyo Edmundo B. Uy, Jr.
45. Zamora-Melliza Peter B. Abadiano

LA PAZ DISTRICT
BARANGAY PUNONG BARANGAY
1. Aguinaldo Carlos P. Guarin
2. Alalasan (Lapuz) Maricon B. Sumpio
3. Baldoza Agustin F. Huesca
4. Bantud Philip Michael B. Paloma, Sr.
5. Banuyao Ruby Ann A. Geanga
6. Burgos-Mabini-Plaza Chit S. Eduardo
7. Caingin Rene H. Firmeza
8. Divinagracia Rex J. Teves
9. Don Esteban (Lapuz) Reynaldo L. Brito (ABC President)
10. Gustilo Cecilia T. Jaranilla
11. Hinactacan Edgardo J. Gatin
12. Ingore Jonathan P. Jalandoni
13. Jalandoni Estate (Lapuz) Efren G. Gimeo
14. Jereos Rudiver R. Jungco, Sr.
15. Laguda Dale Francis A. Jalandoni
16. Lapuz Norte (Lapuz) Eva P. Nobleza
17. Lapuz Sur (Lapuz) Releo Lumayad
18. Libertad (Lapuz) Sumakwel A. Nava
19. Loboc (Lapuz) Carlos C. Javellana
20. Lopez Jaena Norte Marjorie A. Gregorios (ABC President)
21. Lopez Jaena Sur Richelda D. Sazon
22. Luna Gerald P. Espulgar
23. McArthur Peter P. Chong
24. Magdalo Johnny G. Dulla
25. Magsaysay Village Thelma T. Tuble
26. Mansaya Milagros N. Dagandara
27. Nabitasan Barbara Joy I. Aroza
28. Bo. Obrero (Lapuz) Ricardo S. Diño, Sr.
29. Progreso (Lapuz) Myde E. Sollano
30. Punong (Lapuz) Titz T. Asturias
31. Railway Nestor O. Canong
32. Rizal Jolly P. Peñasales, Jr.
33. San Isidro Felicitas P. Hortillosa
34. San Nicolas Nelia A. Quidipan
35. Tabuc Suba Marilyn P. Payunan
36. Sinikway (Lapuz) Felix A. Ventura
37. Ticud Joel G. Jaboneta

JARO DISTRICT
BARANGAY PUNONG BARANGAY
1. Arguelles Eliodoro L. Ledesma Jr.
2. Balabago Edgar Arañador
3. Balantang Jerel Agilles
4. Benedicto Luisito Villarina

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5. Bito-on Raymundo V. Juntado


6. Buhang Fernando Junsan
7. Buntatala Nicolas Hermano Jr.
8. Burgos-Seminario-Jalandoni Ma. Fe L. Penecilla
9. Calubihan Rammy J. Guintibano
10. Camalig Eusebio Guardaples
11. Claudio Castilla/El 98 Dympna P. Jardeleza
12. Cuartero Marietta Orleans
13. Cubay Renato Villegas
14. Democracia Rex Jalbuena
15. Desamparados Noeme Hablo
16. Dungon A Genoveva J. Cabulong
17. Dungon B Irene Sumindol
18. Fajardo Hernando Leonor
19. Javellana Emmanuel L. Ogacion
20. Lanit Simplicio V. Subaldo, Jr.
21. Libertad – Sta. Isabel Lucita P. Ang
22. Lopez Jaena Eva Palmejar (ABC President)
23. Luna Mark Bion
24. M.H. del Pilar Mario V. Silvederio
25. M.V. Hechanova Nestor Ledesma
26. Ma. Cristina Cherrie J. Lebrillo
27. Montinola Jimmy B. Caluba
28. Our Lady of Fatima Jimmy C. Macero
29. Our Lady of Lourdes Leo Lendero
30. Quintin Salas Felipe A. Cedaña
31. Sambag Edgardo S. Jagorin
32. San Isidro Felix S. Doreza
33. San Jose Angelo Joseph C. Areño
34. San Pedro Alex John Jover
35. San Roque Connie D. Fernandez
36. San Vicente Edwin L. Divinagracia
37. Simon Ledesma Felisa Villaluna
38. Tabuc Suba Joel Jabonillo
39. Tacas Joseph Porral
40. Tagbac Juna G. Labordo
41. Taytay Zone II Alexis E. Rosal
42. Ungka Angelito A. Celiz

MANDURRIAO DISTRICT
BARANGAY PUNONG BARANGAY
1. Airport Manuel J. Solinap, Jr.
2. Bakhaw Remia P. Gregori
3. Benedicto Pali Joel D. Obregon
4. Bolilao Nenita P. Juson
5. Buhang Taft North Manuel T. Militar
6. Calahunan Efrain Tagaytayan
7. Dungon C Edgar Adelante
8. Guzman Jesena Roseller Paredes
9. Hibao-an Norte Romeo S. Bilbao, Sr.
10. Hibao-an Sur Ricky Catalan
11. Navais Jose M. Nuñal, Jr.
12. Oñate de Leon Willie B. Colon
13. PHHC Block 17 Sergio P. Causing (ABC President)
14. PHHC Block 22 Ray G. Rico
15. Abeto Mirasol (Taft North) Arsenio J. Gabanto, Jr.
16. San Rafael Azucena E. Tabuyoc
17. Sta. Rosa Bernardo O. Rivera
18. Tabucan Ildefonso C. Tubungan

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MOLO DISTRICT
BARANGAY PUNONG BARANGAY
1. Avanceña – North Jose Antonio Casanova
2. Calumpang Roberto C. Niño, Jr.
3. Cochero Arturo M. Chua
4. Compania Central Reyland V. Hervias
5. East Baluarte John Gary B. Patnubay
6. East Timawa Luzviminda T. Lamahang
7. Salvacion Habog-Habog Nestor H. Muñoz
8. Infante Benito B. Bonete
9. Kasing-Kasing Gemma L. Calzado
10. Katilingban Edwardo Dingcong
11. Molo Boulevard John R. Villaluna, Sr.
12. North Baluarte Alan Aurelio
13. North Fundidor Leo L. Aristoza
14. North San Jose Teresita C. Abong
15. Poblacion Ignacio P. Magahum
16. San Antonio Jose Stanley E.Olla
17. San Juan Juanito Enojado
18. San Pedro Cirilo R. Lapascua Jr. (ABC President)
19. South Baluarte Edwin Dumio
20. South Fundidor Jonathan T. Altura
21. South San Jose Eliezer V. Villanueva
22. Taal Paterno P. Acotillar, Jr.
23. Tap-oc Jose Marie E. Mabilog
24. West Habog-Habog Lee Quimsing
25. West Timawa Nelly C. Magsipoc

AREVALO DISTRICT
BARANGAY PUNONG BARANGAY
1. Bonifacio Alan D. Macazar
2. Calaparan Cecilia P. Nava
3. Dulonan Editha Castillo
4. Mohon Qurico V. Acap (ABC President)
5. Quezon Besamin Cañal
6. San Jose Alexander G. Abangan
7. Sta. Cruz Felix C. Octavio
8. Sta. Felomina Cecilia A. Baylen
9. Sto. Domingo Lawrence A. Lorenzo
10. Sto. Niño Norte Dianalin R. Minerva
11. Sto. Niño Sur Nestor A. Espinosa
12. Sooc Ricardo Tugado
13. Yulo Drive Carlos B. Montaño

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Table No. 174 Recapitulation Projects of Precincts In Connection With the October 28, 2013
Barangay Election: Iloilo City

DISTRICT NO. OF TOTAL NO. PRECS. NO. OF REG. FUNCTIONING/ NO. OF POLLING
NO. BRGYS. (ESTABLISHED) VOTERS MERGED PLACES
PRECINCTS
(CLUSTERED)
1 CITY PROPER 45 272 38,574 126 9
2 AREVALO 13 160 26,747 82 7
3 JARO 42 429 62,805 199 18
4 LAPAZ 25 217 30,891 105 8
5 LAPUZ 12 139 20,435 66 3
6 MANDURRIAO 18 198 30,837 100 9
7 MOLO 25 277 43,654 134 8
GRAND TOTAL 180 1,692 253,943 812 62
Source: Office of the City Comelec Registrar

Table No. 175 Personnel Profile


According To Eligibility: 2014

GENDER ELIGIBLE NON-ELIGIBLE VACANT NON-FUND SUB-TOTAL TOTAL


Male 289 352 641
Female 592 390 982
Vacant 137 137
Non-Fund 15 15
Total 881 742 137 15 1,775 1,775
Percentage 49% 42% 8% 1% 100% 100.00%
Source: HRMO, Iloilo City

Table No. 176 Personnel Profile Table No. 177 Personnel


According To Educational Attainment: 2014 According To Status of Appointment: 2014

EDUCATIONAL TOTAL PERCENTAGE


STATUS OF TOTAL PERCENTAGE (%)
ATTAINMENT (%)
APPOINTMENT
Elementary 17 1%
Permanent 1584 35%
Secondary 114 6%
Temporary/Substitute
Vocational 83 5%
Elective 15 0.3%
College 272 15%
Co-Terminus 24 0.5%
College Degree 1,034 58%
Casual 2,736 61%
MA/Units 27 7%
Contractual 7 0.1%
Masteral 76 4%
Vacant 137 3%
Vacant 137 8%
Non-Fund- 15 0.3%
Non-Fund 15 1%
Total 4,518 100%
Total 1,775 100%

Source: HRMO, Iloilo City


Source: HRMO, Iloilo City

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XVI. ILOILO CITY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE ILOILO CITY GOVERNMENT

VICE MAYOR AND THE SANGGUNIANG CITY MAYOR


PANLUNGSOD

OFFICE OF THE CITY SECRETARY CITY ADMINISTRATOR’S


OFFICE

OFFICE OF THE
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

L I N E D E P A R T M E N TS

CITY HUMAN CITY BUDGET CITY LEGAL


POPULATION RESOURCE OFFICE OFFICE
OFFICE MANAGEMENT
OFFICE

L I N E D E P A R T M E N T S

CITY HEALTH CITY SOCIAL CITY OFFICE OF CITY CITY


OFFICE WELFARE AND ASSESOR’S THE CITY TREASURER’S PLANNING
DEV’T OFFICE OFFICE MAYOR OFFICE AND DEV’T.
OFFICE OFFICE

LAPAZ MARKETS &


MATERNITY SLAUGHTER-
AND HOUSE
REPRODUCTI OFFICE
ON HEALTH
CENTER
L I N E D E P A R T M E N T S

CITY CITY CITY CITY CITY CIVIL CITY TOURISM CITY CITY
ENGINEER’S GENERAL ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTU- REGISTRAR’S & DEV’T. ACCOUNTANT’S VETERINARIAN’S
OFFICE SERVICES AND NATURAL RIST’S OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE
OFFICE RESOURCES OFFICE
OFFICE

NATIONAL OFFICES WITH PERSONNEL FUNDED OUT OF LOCAL FUNDS/OR OTHER LOGISTICS SUPPORT FROM THE CITY GOVERNMENT

MUNICIPAL OFFICE OF OFFICE OF BOARD OF OFFICE OF CITY DECS-NON TECHNICAL


TRIAL COURT THE CITY THE CITY TAX APPEALS THE CITY REGISTRY OF TEACHING INSTITUTE OF
IN CITES SHERIFF PROSECUTOR AUDITOR DEEDS PERSONNEL ILOILO CITY

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HON. JED PATRICK E. MABILOG


CITY MAYOR
HON. JOSE S. ESPINOSA III
VICE MAYOR
As of July 1, 2010 to Present
Members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod
Hon. Lyndon V. Acap Jose Efrain Treñas III
Hon. Rodel F. Agado Hon. Plaridel C. Nava II
Hon. Joshua C. Alim Armand S. Parcon
Hon. Lady Julie Grace L. Baronda Eduardo L Peñaredondo
Hon. R. Leoni N. Gerochi Hon. Nielex C. Tupas
Hon. Jayson R. Gonzalez Leizl Joy Z. Salazar
Hon. Carlos P. Guarin Ex-Officio Member (Liga ng mga Barangay)

DEPARTMENT/OFFICE HEADS AND ASSISTANTS


NAME POSTITION OFFICE
Atty. Ferdinand L. Panes City Director DILG, Iloilo City
Col. Norlito C. Bautista City Administrator City Mayor’s Office
Mr. Jess Sio City Gov’t. Asst.. Dept. Head II City Mayor’s Office
Atty.Daniel P. Dinopol City Legal Officer City Legal Office
Mr. Jose Roni S.J. Peñalosa City Planning and Dev’t. Coordinator City Planning and Development Office
Ms.Nancy Helen B. Pecaoco City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II (OIC) City Planning and Development Office
Mr. Leo M. Elevencione City Gov’t. Dept. Head II Human Resource Management Office
Ms. Elsa D. Espejo City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II Human Resource Management Office
Ms. Michelle O. Lopez City Accountant City Accountant’s Office
Ms. Cynthia M. Pijuan-Trespeces City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Accountant’s Office
Ms. Mary Ann Ramos City Gov’t. Dept. Head II City Population Office
Ms. Ninda D. Atinado City Budget Officer City Budget Office
Ms. Joy Ann T. Toledo City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Budget Office
Mr. Benito T. Jimena City Government Dept. Head II City Tourism and Development Office
Ms. Ruth H. Arroyo City Government Dept. Head II (SP Secretary) Office of Sangguniang Panlungsod
Mr. Romeo Caesar L. Manikan, Jr. City Civil Registrar City Civil Registrar’s Office
Ms. Cherie J. Ampig City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Civil Registrar’s Office
Mr. Alfredo A. Villanueva City Social Welfare and Dev’t. Officer City Social Welfare and Development Office
Mr. Gene G. Garingalao City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Social Welfare and Development Office
Dr. Urminico M. Baronda, Jr. City Health Officer City Health Office
Dr. Mae Delmo City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Health Office
Dr. Julie L. Baronda City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II LaPaz Maternity & Republic Health Center
Dr. Tomas J. Forteza, Jr. City Veterinarian City Veterinarian’s Office
Engr. Nelson E. Parreño City Assessor City Assessor’s Office
Engr. Mitchell J. Gonzales City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Assessor’s Office
Ms. Cherryl Chan City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City Assessor’s Office
Engr. Robert D. Divinagracia City Engineer City Engineer’s Office
Engr. Karl Quimsing Asst. City Engineer City Engineer’s Office
Ms. Katherine T. Tingson City Treasurer City Treasurer’s Office
Ms. Carolina Dequilla Asst. City Treasurer City Treasurer’s Office
Atty. Joan V. Montaño Asst. City Treasurer City Treasurer’s Office
Ms. Geraldine T. Hautea Supervising Agriculturist (Officer-in-Charge) City Agriculturist’s Office
Engr. Noel Z. Hechanova City Government Dept. Head II City ENRO
Ms. Cristina V. Octavio City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City ENRO
Mr. Joren F. Sartorio City General Services Officer City General Services Office
Engr. Raul T. Gallo City Gov’t. Asst. Dept. Head II City General Services Office
Hon. Joshua C. Alim Chairman Iloilo City Urban Poor Affairs Office
Mr. Wilfredo Jurilla Executice Director Iloilo City Urban Poor Affairs Office
Area Coordinating Center
Engr. Jose G. Papa OIC – Area Coordinator
Crisis/Disaster Management Office

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