Tayabas City, Quezon

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City of Tayabas
Landmarks
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Location
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Government
Region CALABARZON (Region IV-A)
Province Quezon
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Mayor Faustino Silang (Lakas-CMD)
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Barangays 66
Website elgu2.ncc.gov.ph/tayabas/
Physical characteristics
Area 301.8 km²
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The City of Tayabas, Quezon (Filipino: Lungsod ng Tayabas) is a component city in the province of Quezon, Philippines. It was once the capital of the province. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 70,985 people in 15,155 households. Tayabas is known for lambanog (coconut wine) and sweet food/delicacies, as well as resorts.

On March 18, 2007, Republic Act No. 9398, An Act Converting the Municipality of Tayabas in the Province of Quezon into a Component City to be known as City of Tayabas, was enacted into law. On July 14, 2007, the municipality held a plebiscite to ratify the conversion of the said act, with the residents voting in favor of the move, although there was a low turnout of voters for the plebiscite.

Barangays

Tayabas is politically subdivided into 66 barangays.

  • Alitao
  • Alupay
  • Angeles Zone I (Pob.)
  • Angeles Zone II
  • Angeles Zone III
  • Angeles Zone IV
  • Angustias Zone I (Pob.)
  • Angustias Zone II
  • Angustias Zone III
  • Angustias Zone IV
  • Anos
  • Ayaas
  • Baguio
  • Banilad
  • Calantas
  • Camaysa
  • Dapdap
  • Gibanga
  • Alsam Ibaba
  • Bukal Ibaba
  • Ilasan Ibaba
  • Nangka Ibaba
  • Palale Ibaba
  • Ibas
  • Alsam Ilaya
  • Bukal Ilaya
  • Ilasan Ilaya
  • Nangka Ilaya
  • Palale Ilaya
  • Ipilan
  • Isabang
  • Calumpang
  • Domoit Kanluran
  • Katigan Kanluran
  • Palale Kanluran
  • Lakawan
  • Lalo
  • Lawigue
  • Lita (Pob.)
  • Malaoa
  • Masin
  • Mate
  • Mateuna
  • Mayowe
  • Opias
  • Pandakaki
  • Pook
  • Potol
  • San Diego Zone I (Pob.)
  • San Diego Zone II
  • San Diego Zone III
  • San Diego Zone IV
  • San Isidro Zone I (Pob.)
  • San Isidro Zone II
  • San Isidro Zone III
  • San Isidro Zone IV
  • San Roque Zone I (Pob.)
  • San Roque Zone II
  • Domoit Silangan
  • Katigan Silangan
  • Palale Silangan
  • Talolong
  • Tamlong
  • Tongko
  • Valencia
  • Wakas

External links

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