Barangays & Punong Barangays:

BARANGAYS

PUNONG BARANGAYS

1 . CALAOCAN

Felipe M. Lucas, Jr.

2. CANAN

Ranie A. Domingo

3. CENTRO

Gerardo G. Britanico

4. CULING CENTRO

Rolly D. Acosta

5. CULING EAST

Mary Jane A. Mamaradlo

6. CULING WEST

Danny H. Ramil

7. DEL CORPUZ

Elmer D. Magalad

8. DEL PILAR

Jose B. Operario

9. DIAMANTINA

Romie B. Concepcion

10. LA PAZ

Willy V. Galindez

11. LUZON

Rolly S. Ordanza

12. MACALAOAT

Elizabeth G. Ramos

13. MAGDALENA

Merceditas L. Uy

14. MAGSAYSAY

Jimmy V. Go

15. NAMNAMA

Krischan V. Laurado

16. NUEVA ERA

Leila P. Villareal

17. PARAISO

Florentine A. Ancheta

18. RANG-AY

Bernandino D. Andres

19. SAMPALOC

Ernesta S. Borromeo

20. SAN ANDRES

Rodrigo D. Molina

21. SARANAY

Wilfredo G. Britanico

22. TANDUL

Arnel D. Bartolome

The Different Barangays

 Upon the creation of Cabatuan in 1949, twelve barrios were extracted from the mother-town of Cauayan. They were: Cabatuan (as the seat of government), Buenavista, Caggong, Canan, Culing, Diamantina, Luzon, Macalaoat, Magdalena, Namnama, Tandul Viejo and Villa Visaya. The three sitios were: Nueva Era, Sampaloc and Saranay.

In 1951, a major re-organization was made creating the new barrios of: Calaocan (from Culing), Centro East (from the old Barrio of Cabatuan-poblacion), Centro West (from the old Barrio of Cabatuan-poblacion), La Paz (from Canan and Namnama), Nueva Era 1 (from Culing), Nueva Era 2 (from Culing), Sampaloc and Saranay. Barrio Buenavista, on the other hand, was joined with Barrio Caggong while Barrio Villa Visaya was also incorporated with Barrio Diamantina.

In 1956, two additional barrios were formed. Barrio Del Pilar was created from Magdalena while Barrio Del Corpuz was extracted from Nueva Era 1.

In 1964, Barrio Centro West was renamed to T. Abad honoring one of the founders of Cabatuan, Senor Teodoro Abad while Barrio Centro East was simply called Barrio Centro. Also the same year, Barrio Caggong was re-christened to Rang-ay while Barrio Tandul Viejo was simply called Tandul. Barrio Nueva Era 1 was renamed to Culing West while the remaining fraction of old Culing was called Culing East. Barrio Nueva Era 2 was plainly called Nueva Era.

In 1969, Barrios Culing East and West were chopped to accommodate a new barrio and was named Culing Centro.

The continuous re-organization of the barangay administrative and political set-up divided Barrio Macalaoat and in 1972, the Barrios of Magsaysay and Paraiso were created. The territory of Barrio Magsaysay was derived from the western portion while Barrio Paraiso got its land area at the eastern side of Macalaoat. Also in the same year, Barrio T. Abad was again renamed to San Andres to honor Cabatuan’s patron, Saint Andrew the Apostle.

Today the Municipality of Cabatuan has 22 barangays, to wit: Calaocan, Canan, Centro, Culing East, Culing Centro, Culing West, Del Corpuz, Del Pilar, Diamantina, La Paz, Luzon, Macalaoat, Magdalena, Magsaysay, Namnama, Nueva Era, Paraiso, Rang-ay, Sampaloc, San Andres, Saranay and Tandul.

Population of each barangay is stated below.

(Municipal Primary Survey 2010)

Barangay
Male
Female
Population
No. of HH
Urban Areas
  Centro
1044
1021
2065
479
  Del Pilar
830
881
1711
379
  Magdalena
957
947
1904
466
  Sampaloc
1311
1388
2699
695
  San Andres
939
916
1855
482
  Saranay
1575
1543
3118
830
  Sub-Total
6656
6696
13352
3331
Rural Areas
  Calaocan
710
652
1363
352
  Canan
914
814
1728
459
  Culing Centro
258
310
568
160
  Culing East
218
209
427
138
  Culing West
513
520
1033
260
  Del Corpuz
348
335
683
188
  Diamantina
1259
1196
2455
629
  La Paz
2167
2111
4278
1126
  Luzon
961
883
1844
514
  Macalaoat
520
557
1077
286
  Magsaysay
328
327
655
194
  Namnama
905
824
1799
486
  Nueva Era
757
737
1494
379
  Paraiso
486
477
963
258
  Rang-ay
897
811
1708
426
  Tandul
973
956
1929
523
Sub-Total
12214
11789
24003
6387
Grand Total
18870
18485
37355
9709
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