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MUNICIPALITY OF SAGBAYAN

Southwest of Clarin town is the Municipality of Sagbayan which used to be a barrio made up of portions of Clarin, Inabanga, Carmen and Balilihan. By an Executive Order issued by the late Pres. Elpidio Quirino on Feb. 9, 1949 it was made into a municipality and was then first called Borja in honor of Salustiano Borja the first elected civil governor of the Province of Bohol. Later the name was changed to its original name Sagbayan. As the story goes people used to hang (sagbay) hides of deers on trees to dry after hunting expeditions. So the place came to be known as Sagbayan, meaning a place for hanging. Sagbayan later became the center of trade of people from the interior and coastal towns. Here people bartered fish and other sea foods for rice and rootcrops.

Municipal Officials: 2019 – 2021

Mayor : Suarez, Jun-Jun
Vice Mayor : Ybañez, Siony
SB Members: : Camacho, Gel
Fajardo, Rr
Suarez, Ric
Tambacan, Odin
Pojas, Hans
Amores, Kiking
Lao, Charito
Mier, Richard
ABC President :
SK President :

Facts and Figures:

Location : Central Part of Bohol
Congressional District : 2nd District
Number of Barangays : 24 Barangays
Income Classification : 4th Class
Ave. LGU Annual Income : P39,139,284.00
Total Municipal Land Area : 9,675 hectares
Timberland Area : 4,940 hectares
Alienable & Disposable (A & D) : 4,735 hectares
Soil Cover : Batuan-Faraon Complex, Sevilla Clay, Inabanga Clay
River Basins (Watershed Areas) : Wahig-Inabanga
Population :

18,346 ( 2000 NSO Census )

19,399 ( 2007 NSO Census )

20,285 ( 2012 projected )

Average Population Growth Rate : 77% ( 2000-2007 NSO )
Total Number of Households : 4,232 ( 2007 Census )
Major Industries : Farming
Literacy Rate : 91%
Higher Education Institutions : None
Number of Secondary Schools : 4
Number of Primary/ Elementary Schools : 10 Primary; 11 Elementary
Number of Technical – Vocational Schools : 1
Language/ Dialect : Cebuano, Boholano (Binisaya)
Religion/ Religious Affiliation (1990) : Roman Catholic
Main source of potable water : Groundwater
Water Supply :

Level I – 1,558 HH

Level II – 139 HH

Level III – 2,427 HH

Potable Water Demand : 74,413 cubic meters per/d (cum/d), CY 1998
Estimated Groundwater Recharge : 53,292 cu. m./day
Average Day Demand :

2,115 cu. m/day (CY 2010)

2,446 cu.m/day (CY 2030)

Water Demand for Irrigation : 5,378 cu.m./day
Energization Status (as of CY 1999) : 24 (100%) Barangay Energized; 5,000 (122%) HH Connections
No. of HH w/ accessed to Sanitary Toilets : 3,806 HH (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 : 25
Carpable Areas 1,327.355 has
Total Road Length 157.940 kms
Total Number of Bridges 2
Communication System Cellsites: 1 – Globe; 1 – Smart
Official Website

Location

:

Interior town on the Southern Part of Bohol

Congressional District

:

1st District

Number of Barangays

:

21 all mainland barangays

Income Classification

:

4th ( Per D.O. 24-97 )

Ave. LGU Annual Income

:

P38,710,812.00

Total Municipal Land Area

:

8,205 hectares ( DENR Source )

Timberland Area

:

1,705 hectares

Alienable & Disposable (A & D)

:

6,500 hectares

Soil Cover

:

Bolinao Clay, Batuan Faraon Complex, Batuan Clay Loam, Calape Clay Loam

River Basins (Watershed Areas)

:

Abatan River and Tubig Dabo

Population

:

13,758 ( 2000 NSO Census )2.88% (2000-2007)

14,357 ( 2007 projected )

15,171 ( 2015 projected )

Average Population Growth Rate

:

0.59% ( 2000-2007 NSO )

Total Number of Households

:

3,381( 2007Census )

Major Industries

:

Farming, Cottage Basket Weaving, Livestock Raising

Literacy Rate

:

96.18%

Higher Education Institutions

:

none

Number of Secondary Schools

:

3 – 2 Public, 1 Private

Number of Primary/Elementary Schools

:

9 Primary Schools, 8 Elementary Schools

Language/Dialect

:

Boholano (Binisaya)

Religion/Religious Affiliation (1990)

:

Roman Catholic (98.5%)

Main source of potable water

:

Groundwater

Water Supply

:

L1 – 379 HH

L2 – 0

L3 – 2,494 HH

Average Day Demand

:

1,338 cu.m./day

Estimated Groundwater Recharge

:

34,093 cu.m./day (average)

Water Demand for Irrigation

:

None

Energization Status (as of CY 1999)

:

21(100%) (All Barangays Energized) 3,468 (116%) households energized/connected

No. of HH w/ accessed to Sanitary Toilets

:

2,704(CY 2010)

Drainage and Sewerage System

:

None

Number of Barangay Health Stations

:

5

Number of Hospital

:

1 (12-bed capacity – Private)

 

 

 

Number of Municipal Health Center

:

1

Number of Day Care Centers

:

21 (100%)

Carpable Areas

6 barangays

Total Road Length

5.500 kilometers(Municipal), 86.340 kilometers(Barangay)

Total Number of Bridges

12 ( 319 linear meters)

Communication System

I Globe, I Smart

Official Website

Municipal Officials: 2019 – 2021

Facts and Figures:

Mayor : Suarez, Jun-Jun
Vice Mayor : Ybañez, Siony
SB Members: : Camacho, Gel
Fajardo, Rr
Suarez, Ric
Tambacan, Odin
Pojas, Hans
Amores, Kiking
Lao, Charito
Mier, Richard
ABC President :
SK President :
Location : Central Part of Bohol
Congressional District : 2nd District
Number of Barangays : 24 Barangays
Income Classification : 4th Class
Ave. LGU Annual Income : P39,139,284.00
Total Municipal Land Area : 9,675 hectares
Timberland Area : 4,940 hectares
Alienable & Disposable (A & D) : 4,735 hectares
Soil Cover : Batuan-Faraon Complex, Sevilla Clay, Inabanga Clay
River Basins (Watershed Areas) : Wahig-Inabanga
Population :

18,346 ( 2000 NSO Census )

19,399 ( 2007 NSO Census )

20,285 ( 2012 projected )

Average Population Growth Rate : 77% ( 2000-2007 NSO )
Total Number of Households : 4,232 ( 2007 Census )
Major Industries : Farming
Literacy Rate : 91%
Higher Education Institutions : None
Number of Secondary Schools : 4
Number of Primary/Elementary Schools : 10 Primary; 11 Elementary
Number of Technical – Vocational Schools : 1
Language/Dialect : Cebuano, Boholano (Binisaya)
Religion/Religious Affiliation (1990) : Roman Catholic
Main source of potable water : Groundwater
Water Supply :

Level I – 1,558 HH

Level II – 139 HH

Level III – 2,427 HH

Potable Water Demand : 74,413 cubic meters per/d (cum/d), CY 1998
Estimated Groundwater Recharge : 53,292 cu. m./day
Average Day Demand :

2,115 cu. m/day (CY 2010)

2,446 cu.m/day (CY 2030)

Water Demand for Irrigation : 5,378 cu.m./day
Energization Status (as of CY 1999) : 24 (100%) Barangay Energized; 5,000 (122%) HH Connections
No. of HH w/ accessed to Sanitary Toilets : 3,806 HH (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 : 25
Carpable Areas 1,327.355 has
Total Road Length 157.940 kms
Total Number of Bridges 2
Communication System Cellsites: 1 – Globe; 1 – Smart
Official Website