LAND AREA

Rizal has a total land area of 130,892 hectares or 1,308.92 square kilometers representing 0.87 percent of Calabarzon’s area coverage. The City of Antipolo and the municipalities of Rodriguez and Tanay have the biggest land areas. The combined land area of the three local government units (LGUs) totals to 86,223 hectares corresponding to more than one-half or 66.0 percent of Rizal’s total land area. Cainta is the smallest municipality of Rizal with land area of 1,020 hectares comprising only 0.8 percent of the provincial total (Table 2).
Table 2. Land Area by Municipality, Rizal Province, 2008
City/
Area
Percent
Area
Percent
Municipality
(Hectares)1
Distribution
(Km.²)
Distribution
Angono
2,600
1.99
26.22
2.23
Antipolo City
30,608
23.38
306.10
26.03
Baras
2,340
1.79
84.93
7.22
Binangonan
7,270
5.55
66.34
5.64
Cainta
1,020
0.78
26.81
2.28
Cardona
3,120
2.38
28.56
2.43
Jalajala
4,930
3.77
44.12
3.75
Morong
3,760
2.87
37.58
3.20
Pililla
7,400
5.65
69.95
5.95
Rodriguez
31,278
23.90
172.85
14.70
San Mateo
6,489
4.96
55.09
4.68
Tanay
24,337
18.59
200.00
17.01
Taytay
3,880
2.96
38.80
3.30
Teresa
1,860
1.42
18.61
1.58
TOTAL
130,892
100.00
1,175.96
100
Sources: 1  ENR Statistical Profile CY 2005, Rizal Province (PENRO-Rizal)
2  For IRA Allocation
Note: To date, the municipal and city/provincial land areas may not tally and are subject to verification and consultation by the concerned agencies.

 

 

 
Source: Provincial Development and Physical Framework Plan, 2008 - 2013
Provincial Planning and Development Office
MS. MILAGROS D. TRIAS
Provincial Planning and Development Coordinator
Telephone Number: 620-2400 Local 5604/ 5609