THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES

BOOK III - LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS
TITLE ONE. - THE BARANGAY

CHAPTER 1. - ROLE AND CREATION OF THE BARANGAY
 

SECTION 384. Role of the Barangay. - As the basic political unit, the Barangay serves as the primary planning and implementing unit of government policies, plans, programs, projects, and activities in the community, and as a forum wherein the collective views of the people may be expressed, crystallized and considered, and where disputes may be amicably settled.

CHAPTER 2 - Barangay Officials and Offices

SECTION 387. Chief Officials and Offices. - (a) There shall be in each Barangay a Punong Barangay, seven (7) Sangguniang Barangay members, the Sangguniang Kabataan chairman, a Barangay Secretary, and a Barangay treasurer.

(b) There shall also be in every Barangay a Lupong Tagapamayapa. The Sangguniang Barangay may form community brigades and create such other positions or offices as may be deemed necessary to carry out the purposes of the Barangay government in
accordance with the needs of public service, subject to the budgetary limitations on personal services prescribed under Title Five, Book II of this Code.


 

Region REGION I (Ilocos Region) Code 010000000
Province PANGASINAN Code 015500000
Municipality/City

MABINI

Code 015523000
Income Classification: 3rd Class Registered Voters (2010): 14,108
Population (as of May 1, 2010): 24,011 District: 1st
No. of Barangay:
16  
Name Code Urban/Rural Population
(as of May 1, 2010)
Bacnit 015523002 Rural 1,322
Barlo 015523003 Rural 1,307
Caabiangaan 015523005 Urban 869
Cabanaetan 015523006 Urban 1,398
Cabinuangan 015523007 Urban 1,372
Calzada 015523008 Rural 1,821
Caranglaan 015523009 Rural 1,456
De Guzman 015523010 Rural 1,643
Luna 015523012 Rural 1,296
Magalong 015523013 Rural 891
Nibaliw 015523014 Rural 1,111
Patar 015523015 Rural 919
Poblacion 015523016 Urban 3,038
San Pedro 015523017 Rural 1,057
Tagudin 015523018 Rural 3,241
Villacorta 015523020 Rural 1,270

Notes:

1. Figures on registered voters are partial data from Commission on Elections (COMELEC) which may still be subject to corrections/adjustments from their field offices

2. Figures on registered voters exclude data on absentee voters.

3. Figures on registered voters are as of January 2010.

4. PSGC Information are as of 31 December 2014.

5. Income Classification based on Department of Finance Department Order No.23-08 Effective July 29, 2008.

6. Urban/rural classification based on 2000 CPH, Report No. 4 Urban Population, National Statistics Office, June 2006.

7.Legislative District Source: Records and Statistics Division, Commission on Elections (COMELEC): As of May 2013.

8. Population (as of May 1, 2010): a) Total Population Count by Region, Province, City/Municipality and Barangay as of May 1, 2010 ; b) Population of Highly Urbanized Cities (HUCs) are excluded in the total population of their respective provinces but are included in the regional total; and c) Population of barangays with boundary disputes are excluded in total population of their respective municipalities and cities but are included in the provincial and regional total. Source: 2010 Census of Population: National Statistics Office (NSO).

9. Source: National Statistics Office (NSO) http://www.census.gov.ph/content/2010-census-population-and-housing-reveals-philippine-population-9234-million

http://www.nscb.gov.ph/activestats/psgc/municipality.asp?muncode=015523000&regcode=01&provcode=55

Emergency Numbers:

LGU-Mabini Hotline
075-551-1149
0998-224-1856

Mabini Police Station
0917-874-8515
0929-342-7682

Alaminos City Fire Station
075-551-4584