MUNICIPALITY OF ALBURQUERQUE

     Twelve kilometers of well-paved road towards the east from the City of Tagbilaran lies the coastal town of Alburquerque.

Originally a part of Baclayonthis municipality was once called Segunto. When Segunto became a municipality its name waschanged to Alburquerque after an ancient town in Mexico.the town’s short name is “Albur”. Alburquerque is reputed to have one of the longest (23 feet or 7 meters as of 2005)and heaviest (300 kg or 660 lbs) python in captivity. Today the people are engaged in pottery, weaving, fishing and farming.

 

Municipal Officials: 2013 – 2016

 

Mayor : TUNGOL, EFREN DUMAGAN
Vice Mayor : DORIA, CAYETANO JR. GANUB
SB Members : SAMAR, DAGOHOY NARON
  : BUATES, DON RITCHIE PLAZA
  : SIMEON, TEOFILA REBUYON
  : MANUNGAS, RENANTE NOGALADA
  : MILO, ADRIANA BARBON
  : BUATES, LEONOR ROY
  : JALAD, CIRILO PINLAC
  : JIPOS, ELIAS QUEZON
 
ABC President :  
SK President :  

 

 

 

FACTS and FIGURES

Location : Southern Part of Bohol
Congressional District : 1st District
Number of Barangays : 11 barangays
Income Classification : 5th ( Per D.O. 24-97 )
Ave. LGU Annual Income : P 27,431,496.00
Total Municipal Land Area : 2,865 hectares (Source: LGU )
Timberland Area : 2,850 hectares
Alienable & Disposable (A & D) : 15 hectares
Soil Cover : Bolinao Clay, Lugo Clay, Faraon Clay and Hydrosol Clay
River Basins (Watershed Areas) : Tagbuane RB and Abatan RB
Population : 9,644 (2007 NSO Census )
: 8,994 ( 2010 projected )
: 7,709 (1995 NSO)
Average Population Growth Rate : 2.23% ( 1995-2007 NSO)
Total Number of Households : 9,626 (2007 Census )
Major Industries : Farming, Tuba Gathering, Fishing, Pottery making, Carpentry, & Handicrafts weaving
Literacy Rate : 87.75%
Higher Education Institutions : none
Number of Secondary Schools : 1
Number of Primary/Elementary Schools : 3 Primary Schools, 4 Elementary Schools
Language/Dialect : Boholano (Binisaya)
Religion/Religious Affiliation (1990) : Roman Catholic (83.20%)
Main source of potable water : Groundwater
Water Supply : L1 facilities (shallow well, deep well & improved spring serving 12 barangays
: L2 systems (communal faucets serving 4barangays)
: L3 systems (serving 5 barangays)
Average Potable Water Demand : 105,000 liters per day (lpd), CYs 2000-2009
Estimated Groundwater Recharge : No Data
Water Demand for Irrigation : None
Energization Status (as of CY 1999) : 11 Barangays Energized (100%), 2,221 Households connected
No. of HH w/ accessed to Sanitary Toilets : 1,776 (CY 2010)
Drainage and Sewerage System : None
Number of Barangay Health Stations : 5
Number of Hospital : None
Number of Municipal Health Center : 1
Number of Day Care Centers : 11
Carpable Areas : No data submitted
Total Road Length : 75.63 kms. (4.4 kms National, 7.32 kms Provincial, 3.68 Municipal, and 60.23 Barangay
Total Number of Bridges : 4 existing bridges (1 RCDG and 3 Timber Type)
Communication System : 2 Public Calling Office : (1PLDT Operated) & (1Globe Operated)
Official Website : www.alburq.gov.ph


 

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