Income Classification: 1st Class
Congressional District: 1st District
No. of Barangays: 10
Land Area: 2,300 has. 
Population (NSO Census, 2015): 131,911
Registered Voters (COMELEC, 4th Quarter 2015): 68,317

Newly Elected Local Officials (2016 Election)

LNB President
Local Official
Gerardo V. Calderon
Antonio M. Rubin 
Jo Anne E. Saguinsin
Sherween T. Lagaya
Januver H. Tiamson
Ginoclem T. Miranda
Angelito M. Manalaysay
Lawrence DG. Natividad
Elmer B. Deloritos
Richard Bryan V. Cruz
Jose Ruben V. Unidad
Political Party
Nationalist People's Coalition
Nationalist People's Coalition/Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino
Nationalist People's Coalition/Nacionalista Party
Nacionalista Party
Nationalist People's Coalition/Nacionalista Party
Nationalist People's Coalition
Liberal Party
Nationalist People's Coalition/Liberal Party
Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-LABAN/United Nationalist Alliance
Liberal Party


Alabat, a paradise island in the Pacific, was inhabited by the early family of Caparros because of its excellent fishing grounds, fertility of the soil, wide plains, nearness to a river and safe landing shore. Other immigrants from Gumaca came pouring in upon hearing of the suitability of the place for human habitation. They named the place “CAMAGONG”. Perhaps this name was taken from trees with edible fruits called Camagong or Mabolo which grow abundantly in the Mount Camagong, the highest point in the island.

Historical Background:
Was once a barrio of Binangonan; created as a pueblo in 1766 and became an independent Municipality in 1935 by the virtue of Executive Order 158, signed by then President Manuel L. Quezon, effective on January 1, 1935. Was believed to be the cradle of mythical beings such as nuno, sirena that underscore the rich history and culture of the town.

Then, was aptly named as “Angono”, said to be linked to “Ang Nuno”, a small-long bearded man living in the old balete tree situated in the town’s poblacion. It is home to the Angono Petroglyphs, the oldest known work of art in the Philippines. The birthplace of two great Filipino National Artists, Carlos “Botong” V. Francisco and Maestro Lucio D. San Pedro, National Artists for Visual Arts and Music, respectively.

Geographic Location:
The town is located 30 kilometres (19 mi) east of Manila, and with the continuous expansion of the metropolis, is now considered part of Metro Manila's conurbation.

Major Income Sources: Trade and Commerce 

Tourist Destinations: Aling Eniang’s Resort, Ang Nuno Artist Foundation Gallery, Angono Eco-Park, Angono Fiesta Resto, Angono Forest Park, Angono Lakeside Park, Angono Petroglyphs, Balaw-Balaw Specialty Restaurant and Art Gallery, Blanco Family Museum, Bonsai Suiseki Garden, East Ridge Golf Course, House of Maestro Lucio San Pedro, Nemiranda Art House and Gallery, Scrapyard Resort and Inn, St. Peter’s Place Art Gallery, The Second Gallery, Tiamson Art Gallery, Village Artist Gallery, Vincentian Hills Seminary, Yab Design

Special Events/Festivals: Semana Santa (Pasko ng Muling Pagka Buhay), Feast of San Isidro Labrador (Carabao Festival), Higantes Festival, Feast of Saint Clement (Fluvial Parade), Itik Itik Festival, Parehadora Festival

Contact Information:
Address: M.L. Quezon Avenue Barangay San Isidro Angono, Rizal
Phone: (02) 651-0062 /451-1033
Fax: (02) 661-3641
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