FAST FACTS ABOUT BAUAN

Preferred Development Thrusts 

The preferred strategy and development thrusts of the municipality are toward Agri-Industrial, Commercial and Tourism.

General Information 

Homepage/Website : www.bauan.gov.ph

e-mail address : lgu.bauan@yahoo.com  

Land Area : 6,667.6860 hectares or 66.67686 square kilometers 

Currency : Philippine Peso (Php) 

Political Administrative : Located in 2ndCongressional District 

Income Classification : 1st Class Municipality

Barangays : 40 barangays distributed into three (3) homogeneous 

Ecological unitsas follows:

  1. Lowland Barangays –  11
  2. Upland Barangays –  16
  3. Coastal Barangays –  13 

Marine Waterbodies : Batangas Bay, Balayan Bay (Verde Island Passage) 

Location : 120 km. south of Manila and 8 km west of Batangas City Boundaries : North – Municipality of Alitagtag

East – Municipality of San Pascual

South – Municipality of Mabini and Batangas Bay

West – Municipality of San Luis and Balayan Bay

Main Dialect Spoken : Tagalog

Language : Almost Bauangeños can speak and write English 

Topography : The topography of Bauan consists of steeply sloping, strongly rolling, rolling, undulating and gently undulating.

Climate : Based on the Climate Map of the Philippines by DOST-PAGASA, the Municipality of Bauan generally falls under Type I category. Areas with this type of climate have wet and dry seasons. The dry season is from November to April and rainy from May to October, with maximum rainfall during the months of June to September.

Average Temperature : 80.9˚Farenheit or 27.2˚ Celsius 

Coordinates : 13° 48′ 7” North, 121° 0′ 47” East (13.8019, 121.0130)

Estimated elevation above sea level: 23.4 meters (76.6 feet)

Population : 91,297 (POPCEN 2015)   89,013 (RHU I & II Survey 2020)

Number of Households : 20,694 (POPCEN 2015)   21,642 (RHU I & II Survey 2020)

Number of Males : 45,848 (POPCEN 2015)   46,387 (RHU I & II Survey 2020)

Number of Females : 45,449 (POPCEN 2015)   45,232 (RHU I & II Survey 2020)

Sex Ratio : 1:1 

Population Density : 1,369/km2

Population Growth Rate : 2.22% 

No. of Registered Voters :  50,756 (COMELEC as of December 31, 2019)

Companies/Industries/Factories : 45

Universal/Commercial Banks : 8

Thrift and Savings Banks : 6

Rural Banks : 5

Cooperatives : 19

Pawnshops : 27

Money Changers/Foreign 

exchange dealers : 6

Remittance Centers : 3

Microfinance Institutions : 16

Messengerial Services : 1

Business Process Outsourcing : 2

Cable Service Providers : 2

Internet Service Providers : 5

Telephone Companies Service Provider :  2   (PLDT and Globe)

Mobile Cellular Service Providers : 3  (Smart Telecom, Globe Telecom Inc. and Dito Telecommunity Corporation)

Cell sites : 29

Gasoline Stations : 13

Memorial Park  : 1 

Cemetery : 1

Subdivisions : 32

Beach Resorts : 22  

Resorts : 4 

Hotels : 3 

Lodging Houses : 3 

Restaurants : 16

Fast Food Chains : 7

Convenience Stores : 6

Pilgrimage Sites : 12

Historical Attractions : 2

Tourist Arrivals : 60,748 tourists

Economic Activities : Commercial and Service Centers, Industrial, 

Agriculture and Fisheries

Major Agricultural Products : Rice, chico, mango, vegetables, corn, cassava

Poverty Incidence : 3.26% (PSA 2015)

Marine Protected Areas : San Pablo de Bauan Marine Protected Area – 125.38 has.

Agricultural Area : 8,354 hectares 

Major Livestock &Poultry : Poultry, swine, cattle, goat 

Slaughterhouse : 1

Public Market : 1

Schools

  • Elementary : 24 Public and 6 Private
  • Secondary : 4 Public and 2 Private
  • Integrated : 1 Public
  • Higher Education Institution : 1 Private College  
  • Preparatory Schools : 32 Day Care Centers and 8 Private

Literacy Rate : 99.04% (POPCEN 2015)

Hospitals : 1 Government, 1 Private

Barangay Health Stations : 13 

Senior Citizen Affairs Office : 1

Municipal Employees : 536 (290 Permanent, 3 Temporary, 10 Elective, 79 Casual, 11 Co-terminus and 153 Job Order)

Financial Profile 2020

Local Sources : Php128,024,486.66 

Tax Revenue : 84,685,309.93

Non-Tax Revenue : 43,339,176.73

External Sources : Php236,828,453.98

⇨ Internal Revenue Allotment : 215,115,399.96

⇨ Other Shares from National Tax Collections : 3,786,771.02

⇨ Extraordinary Receipts/Grants/ Donations/Aids : 17,926,283.00

Total Current Operating Income : Php364,852,940.64



Source: MPDC