SETTLEMENTS

Density and Urbanization

The density of the province is 1,942 persons per square kilometer and among the municipality and one city, Cainta has the highest density of
10,811 persons per square kilometer. Other municipalities with population densities substantially higher than the province’s density are: Taytay (6,765), Angono (3,707), Binangonan (3,602), San Mateo (3,356), Teresa (2,388) and Antipolo (2,071) all expressed in number of persons per square kilometer.  Baras  has  the  lowest  density  at  371  persons  per  square kilometer .
All  municipalities/city  show  increasing  densities  from  2000-2007. Settlements with the highest increase in densities are also the most urbanized areas in the province. Proximity to Metro Manila, the presence of major commercial and industrial establishments and the rise of residential subdivisions are factors in the rapid urbanization of the province.

Growth Rate

From Table 5, one can see that within the province,   the Municipality of Rodriguez exhibited fast growth of 9.65 percent from 2000 to 2007.   It is followed by Teresa, 5.73 percent, and San Mateo with 4.40 percent and the City of Antipolo with 4.22 percent; all higher than the provincial APGR. The fast  growth of  aforementioned municipalities is  attributed to  in-migration which was facilitated by the development of road networks linking the said localities to Quezon City and other cities in the National Capital Region (NCR) and the availability of residential land areas.
Table 7. Densities and Growth Rate
 
Density
 
Fast Growth
 
Slow Growth
 
High
1. Economically vibrant &
competitiveness
1. Declining economic competitiveness
2. Continuous and strong environmental pressure
2. Declining environmental pressure
 
 
Low
1. Economically vibrant and competitiveness
1. Limited economic competitiveness
2. Environmental pressure
increasing but manageable
 
2. Limited environmental pressure

 

Table 8. Classification of LGUs as per Density and Growth Rate, 2007
High Densities
Fast Growth
( % )
Slow Growth
( % )
Cainta ( 10,811 )
 
2.51
Taytay ( 6,765 )
3.98
 
Angono (3,707 )
3.73
 
Binangonan (3,602 )
3.41
 
San Mateo (3,356 )
4.40
 
Teresa ( 2,388 )
5.73
 
Antipolo ( 2,071 )
4.22
 
Low Densities
 
 
Cardona (1,574 )
 
1.99
Morong (1,345 )
 
2.44
Rodriguez (1,294 )
9.65
 
Pililla (837 )
3.63
 
Jalajala (651 )
 
2.97
Tanay ( 472 )
 
2.65
Baras ( 371 )
3.55
 
 

 

High Density and Fast Growth Rate

Taytay has the highest density among the fastest growing settlements that includes Angono, Binangonan, San Mateo, Teresa and Antipolo City, in the province.  It has a population density of 6,765 persons per square kilometer. The municipality‘s fast growth rate of 3.98 percent could be attributed to its proximity to Metro Manila and the presence of commercial and industrial establishments.

Low Density and Fast Growing Settlements

Baras has the lowest density of 371 persons per square kilometer but with an annual growth rate of 3.55 percent which is higher than the provincial average. The municipality’s low density maybe attributed to the low employment opportunities to accommodate its labor force.  It has been the exporter of labor force to its neighbors especially Metro Manila, Cainta and Antipolo City. It also belongs to the fast-growing municipalities because it is also a  potential receptacle of  urban spill  from Metro Manila. Given the current trend, the population of Baras is expected to grow to 38,864 by the end of the plan period (2013). This translates to an additional population of 7,340 or an average increase of 1,223 persons every year. Rodriguez is the fastest-growing settlement among the low-density settlements with an annual population growth rate of 9.65 percent. High- density housing, mostly relocation and socialized housing sites,  for urban poor  and  informal  settlers  of  Metro  Manila  are  now  located  in  the municipality.

High Density and Slow Growing Settlements

Among the high density towns (>500 persons per square kilometers), only Cainta showed a slowing down of growth with a population growth rate of 2.51 percent in 2000 to 2007. Cainta is already densely populated considering its small land area of 26.81 square kilometers. It could no longer accommodate the natural increase in population and in-migration.

Low Density and Slow Growing Settlements

Tanay  has  the  lowest density  with  472  persons per  square  kilometers, among the low density settlements composed of  Cardona, Morong and Jalajala and with an annual growth rate of 2.65 percent. The whole municipality is  an  environmentally-critical area.    It  is  located  within  the confines  of  two  critical  ecosystems  namely  the  Laguna  Lake  and  the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary and Game Refuge.  The area of the park is about 20,000 hectares or 60 percent of the total area of the municipality. Tanay is also within the Marikina and Kaliwa watersheds which are part of Presidential Decree (PD) 1636. The existence of the protected watersheds is a major development constraint on the use of urbanizable land within the municipality.
Given the current growth rate, the estimated population and overall density at the end of the plan period 2013 of the province are 2,948.88 and 2,507 persons per square kilometers. This translates to an additional population of 664,839 or an average increase of 110,806 persons every year (Table 9).

 

 

 
Table 9. Estimated Population and Density and Additional Population By 2013 and 2027
City/ Municipality
Pop.
2000
Pop.
2007
APGR
2000-
2007
Area (Sq. Km.)
Density
2007
APGR Factor
2007-
2013
PGR Factor
2000-
2013
Est. Pop
2013
Est. Density
2013
Add Pop
2007-
2013
Additional
Population 2007-2027
Rizal
1,707,218
2,284,046
4.10%
1175.96
1,942
1.0410
1.2726
2,948,885
2,507.64
664,839
2,767,537
Angono
74,668
97,209
3.73%
26.22
3,707
1.0373
1.2457
121,097
4,618.50
23,888
104,997
Antipolo
 
633,971
4.22%
306.10
2,071
1.0422
1.2815
812,411
2,654.07
178,440
727,419
Baras
24,514
31,524
3.55%
84.93
371
1.0355
1.2328
38,864
457.60
7,340
31,811
Binangonan
187,691
238,931
3.41%
66.34
3,602
1.0341
1.2229
292,178
4,404.25
53,247
228,291
Cainta
242,511
289,833
2.51%
26.81
10,811
1.0251
1.1604
336,314
12,544.35
46,481
220,487
Cardona
39,003
44,942
1.99%
28.56
1,574
1.0199
1.1255
50,582
1,771.08
5,640
29,504
Jalajala
23,280
28,738
2.97%
44.12
651
1.0297
1.1920
34,255
776.41
5,517
24,655
Morong
42,489
50,538
2.44%
37.58
1,345
1.0244
1.1556
58,403
1,554.10
7,865
37,720
Pililla
45,275
58,525
3.63%
69.95
837
1.0363
1.2385
72,486
1,036.25
13,961
58,875
Rodriguez
115,167
223,594
9.65%
172.85
1,294
1.0965
1.7380
388,608
2,284.24
165,014
659,616
San Mateo
135,603
184,860
4.40%
55.09
3,356
1.0440
1.2948
239,357
4,344.84
54,497
220,414
Tanay
78,223
94,460
2.65%
200.00
472
1.0265
1.1699
110,510
552.55
16,050
74,606
Taytay
198,183
262,485
3.98%
38.80
6,765
1.0398
1.2639
331,744
8,550.10
69,259
285,795
 
29,745
44,436
5.73%
18.61
2,388
1.0573
1.3970
62,076
3,335.63
17,640
68,964

 

 
Teresa

 

Projections made by PPDO


Other Characteristics

Urban-Rural Population

Nine (9) municipalities of the province have 100 percent of their population residing in areas classified as urban. These municipalities include: Angono, Binangonan, Cainta, Cardona, Morong, Pililla, San Mateo, Taytay and Teresa. The Municipalities of Baras, Jalajala, Rodriguez and Tanay, and the City of Antipolo still have population living in areas classified as rural.
The classification of said localities was based on an estimate of five (5) persons per square kilometers as the lowest density limit of urban areas, such that areas with density that fall below this limit maybe considered rural while those above it may be considered as urban area.

Highlights-Urban Population Growth

In 1980, about 77.01 percent of the total population of the province resided in urban areas. Binangonan Taytay, Cainta and Antipolo City were among the municipalities with predominantly higher urban population of 80,980,75,328, 59,025 and 54,117 respectively.
Teresa manifested a tremendous growth in urban population over the twenty-seven year period from 1,188 in 1980 to 20,640 in 1990 to 44,436 in 2007. This could be attributed to its proximity to Antipolo City and the most urbanized municipalities of Cainta and Taytay.  It can be noted that Cainta posted a slow growth in population because there are no more areas for settlements.
The urban population increased by 1,267,163 from 1980 to year 2007.  The increase is predominantly high in Antipolo City with 567,388 persons from 1980 to 2007 which is about 98 percent of the total city population.

Rural Population Growth

As previously discussed, the municipalities of Baras, Jalajala, Rodriguez, Tanay and the City of Antipolo still have rural areas. About 102,178 or 4.47 percent of the population in 2007 reside in these areas.
Antipolo City still has two rural barangays namely: Barangay Calawis and Barangay San Juan with a combined rural population of 12,466 persons in 2007 from 8,012 in 1990 and with an urban population of 621,505. Antipolo maintained its relative position as an urbanizing city in the province. Massive migration influx is  predominant in  the  city  due  to  increasing number of housing facilities with 476 subdivisions as of 2008. The rural population in the municipality of Baras likewise increased to 6,938 persons located in Barangay Pinugay from a low of 1,989 persons in 1990. The urban areas with 24,586 persons are basically concentrated in the poblacion and some residential areas in the mountainous part of the municipality. Jalajala has 14,058 rural population posting a slight increase from 1990 level of 11,625 persons while Morong is 100 percent urbanized  from a record of 12,683 rural population in 1990.


 

Despite its proximity to Metro Manila, Rodriguez still has a rural segment A significant percentage of 17 percent or 33,227 persons reside in rural areas especially in the eastern portion while Tanay has the most number of rural barangays at ten (10) with a population of 35,489 persons in 2007 from
19,954 rural population in 1990 (Table 10).
Table 10. Urban-Rural Growth by City/Municipality, 2007
 
Municipality
Urban Population
Rural Population
1980
1990
2007
1980
1990
2007
Angono
26,571
45,439
97,209
0
0
0
Antipolo City
54,117
196,907
621,505
14,795
8,012
12,466
Baras
31,524
14,891
24,586
 
1,989
6,938
Binangonan
80,980
127,421
238,931
0
0
0
Cainta
59,025
126,680
289,833
0
0
0
Cardona
5,012
32,958
44,942
19,491
0
0
Jalajala
3,739
4,693
14,680
8,206
11,625
14,058
Morong
10,151
19,482
50,538
14,707
12,683
0
Pililla
10,727
32,771
58,525
12,495
0
0
Rodriguez
28,767
60,129
190,367
13,092
6,882
33,227
San Mateo
34,593
82,289
184,860
17,317
0
0
Tanay
26,438
38,242
58,971
14,005
19,954
35,489
Taytay
75,328
112,163
262,485
0
0
0
Teresa
1,188
20,640
44,436
13,593
0
0
TOTAL
427,832
914,705
2,181,868
127,701
61,145
102,178
Percentage
77.01
93.73
95.53
22.99
6.27
4.47
Source: PPDO Computations

Migration

Based on the 2000 Census of Household population 5 years old and over, Rizal has a total household population of 1,476,572, wherein 737,663 are female and 738,909 are male.  Out of this population, 1,255,758 or 85.055 have lived in the same municipality for at least 5 years prior to the census taking,  while  220,814  or   15.23  percent  came  from   outside  of   the municipality.  Out of this 15.23 percent, 23,850 or 1.90 percent came from other city/municipality/same province, 137,353 or 9.30 percent came from other province. The remaining 59,611 or 4.03 percent either came from foreign countries or unknown origin.
The rapid subdivision development in the province is also an indicator of the high population growth rate due to in-migration. As of 2008, there were 992 housing subdivisions in the province with the City of Antipolo having the highest at 476 followed by Cainta with 113, San Mateo with 99, Taytay with
85, Angono with 71, Rodriguez with 64, Binangonan with 55, Tanay with 13, Teresa with seven (7), Baras with six (6), Morong with five (5) and Pililla with three (3) subdivisions.

 

These  subdivisions cater  to  the  high  and  middle  income  classes  while another type of migrants belongs to the low income group.  This group tends to reside in low-cost housing projects or settle in slum and squatter settlements. The presence of the densely populated informal settlers along the Manggahan Floodway especially in the Cainta and Taytay portions, is still the province’s concern. 750 families in Tanay, 700 families in Baras, 400 families in Binangonan and 40,000 heads are identified as informal settlers (Table 11).
Table 11. Household Population 5 Years Old and Over By Sex, By City/Municipality of Present Residence and
Place of Residence 5 years Ago: 2000
 
Rizal
 
Male
 
Female
HH  Population  Over  5
Years Old
 
737,663
 
738,909
Place   of   Residence   5
Years Ago
Same City/Mun.
Other City/mun/same province
Other Province
Foreign Country
Unknown
 
 
630,751     (85.51 %)
11,614         (1.84 %)
66,558         (9.02 %)
1,579         (0.21 %)
27,161       (3.68 % )
 
 
625,007     (84.59 %)
12,236         (1.96 %)
70,795         (9.58 %)
1,444         (0.20 %)
29,427         (3.98 %)
Source: NSO

    Existing Settlement Pattern

Criteria for Hierarchy of Centers

The hierarchy of centers is categorized according to the importance in terms of functions and roles that the different centers provide.   The functional importance of a center is reflected in the range and amount of services and can be related to the size of the urban population and determines how each settlement relates to other settlements (Table 12).
The role and functions in the city/municipalities were given more emphasis on  the  classification of  the  hierarchy of  the  urban  centers vis-à-vis the population because there are municipalities with high population but fail in comparison with the functions of other towns with smaller populations.

2007 Hierarchy of Centers

The province’s hierarchy of centers is divided into five namely;  Secondary Metropolitan center (Metropolitan B), Small/Medium City, Large Town, Medium Town and Small Town.

Secondary Metropolitan Center

Antipolo  City  is  a  Secondary  Metropolitan  center  although  lacking  in indicator functions such as international port and airport.   It is one of the largest settlements with a population of 633,971.  The city has the biggest number of medium and large scale industries in the province.

 

Small/Medium City

The municipalities of Binangonan, Cainta, San Mateo and Rodriguez belong to the Small/Medium city category and have strong linkages to Metro Manila and Quezon City.  These municipalities have existing industries, health and educational facilities. The municipality of Rodriguez has ample resource potentials despite its constraints for productive development endeavors.

Large Town

The populations of Angono and Tanay are in the 50,000 and above range under the Large Town category.   These towns have tourism, health and educational facilities.

Medium-Small Towns: Rest of the province

The municipalities of Cardona and Teresa are in the 50,000 and below range under the Medium Town category while the municipalities of Morong and Pililla although their populations fall in the Large Town category are still in the medium town because of their roles and functions.   The town of Teresa is a fast growing settlement while Morong and Cardona belong to the slow growth municipalities. The towns of Baras and Jalajala are in the Small Town category although their  populations  fall  under  the  Medium  Town  category  because  the Industrial development is very limited in these towns and agriculture is the main source of livelihood.

2013 Trend Hierarchy of Centers

Antipolo City has the largest population accounting to 28 percent of the provincial population and still growing with a 4.34 percent growth rate. It is the new site of the provincial capitol and still the economic center of the province. Antipolo’s high urbanization has a negative impact on the environment  with its numerous subdivisions;  therefore, its further growth must be restrained. Based on the present situation, Antipolo City will still rest under the Secondary Metropolitan Center.
San Mateo, Binangonan and Rodriguez will evolve as Secondary Metropolitan Centers joining Antipolo City. These municipalities will be the locations of medium and large industries, commercial centers, tertiary hospitals and government centers and schools.
San Mateo and Rodriguez could be the agri-business centers considering the number of operations of livestock farms in the year 2007.
Cainta and Taytay will remain in the Small/Medium City with Tanay.   The population  of  these  municipalities  although  greater  than  the  Secondary Metropolitan Center range in 2013 will still rest on the Small/Medium City. These towns are more problematic considering their high population growth rates, large population densities and small areas.  These municipalities will be the sites of commercial establishments, hospitals, shops and tourism facilities. Population on these areas ranges from 100,000-250,000.
Tanay will be elevated to the Small Medium City and will play the role of a local service center for its surrounding towns.  Tanay is a major anchor in the development of  the growth area aimed at  deconcentrating activities away from Metro Manila.  Endowed with rich agricultural and other natural resources,   it  is  a  natural auxiliary hub  and  agro-industrial center. The upland portion of the municipality which is characterized by hillsides, forest areas, and the coastal areas facing Laguna Lake are identified as eco- tourism areas. These barangays are Cuyambay, Plaza Aldea, San Isidro, Daraitan and Sampaloc including the coastal areas of Barangay Wawa and Pinagkamaligan.
Angono will be elevated to Small/Medium city.   The Municipality can be considered as a secondary service center in Rizal next to the commercial hubs of Antipolo, cainta and Taytay. Large scale and medium industries can be found in the municipality.  Manufacturing is a major economic activity in Angono.   These establishments are mostly intensive industries such as textiles, garments, woodcrafts, furniture and bakeries.  The one potential the town can harness is its tourism potential since it houses home grown art galleries that are among the best in the country and its rich cultural heritage spawned a lot of festivals that are good attractions to both domestic and foreign tourists.
Given the current trends, Pililla will be elevated into a Large Town category in 2013. There are certain features found in Pililla that can influence its proper role in the province.  Some of its relevant characteristics are its large area,  vacant  spaces,  relatively  long  distance  and  isolation  from  Metro Manila, predominantly rural character, relatively unspoiled environment and developable natural resources.   The proper economic role for Pililla is to serve as provider of supplementary feed sources for poultry and piggery establishments to Metro Manila and the neighboring towns of Teresa, Morong, Baras, Binangonan, Angono, Taytay, Cainta and Antipolo.  It has a long coastline along the less polluted eastern part of Laguna Lake that offers a high potential for further intensifying fishery production.
Cardona, Teresa and Morong will remain in the Medium Town.  These towns have a predominantly agricultural economy. They depend on farming, fishing and most economic component of livestock raising as means of livelihood. Most of the spaces in these towns are devoted to agriculture and they still have potentially cultivable lands.
Teresa is the major source of raw materials and value-added products for construction industry with the end view of contributing to the agro industrial development of Rizal Province.  It shall maintain being a secondary agro- business  center  in  the  province  with  its  thriving  livestock  and  poultry industry.  The proper economic role of Morong lies in the tertiary sector that serves as provider mainly of educational and health services and secondarily of commercial and quaternary services.

Baras  and  Jalajala  will  stay  in  the  Small  Town  category.     These municipalities are predominantly agricultural towns.   Agri-business is the most economic component of Baras.  Its topography makes it ideal for agri- business with a focus on livestock raising.
Agriculture is the general focus for the development of Jalajala. There are also  potentials  for  the  development  of  agro  tourism  and  small  scale industries.

Summary

The Province of Rizal ranks third in terms of population size in the region accounting to 19.85 percent of the regional population with an annual growth rate of 4.10 percent which exceeds the regional (3.21 percent) and the national average of 2.04 percent.
In terms of density, Rizal province is the second most densely populated in the region with 1,942 persons per square kilometers, 38.73 percent greater than the region.
The  fast-growing municipalities are  Rodriguez (9.65  APGR)  followed by Teresa (5.73), San Mateo (4.40), Antipolo (4.22), Taytay (3.98), Angono (3.73), Pililla (3.63), Baras (3.55) and Binangonan (3.41).
Rapid urbanization in Mega Manila has its spilled-over population going to Rodriguez, San Mateo, Antipolo, Taytay, and Angono. Rodriguez’s land area of 172.85 square kilometers is a big factor in its fast growth. It can still accommodate  the  natural  increase  in  population  and  in-migration.  San Mateo and Antipolo, Taytay and Angono’s proximity to Metro Manila contributed to their fast growths.
Rodriguez experienced the largest increase in population share since 2000 with a net increase of 7.30 percent followed by Teresa with 0.20 percent and Antipolo with 0.18 percent.  The municipality will still be the biggest driver of population in the end of the vision period in 2013.
There are nine (9) municipalities with 100 percent urban population namely: Angono, Binangonan, Cainta, Cardona, Morong, Pililla, San Mateo, Taytay and Teresa and four municipalities and city having rural areas, namely: Antipolo, Baras, Jalajala, Rodriguez and Tanay.  About 89,967 or 4 percent of the population reside in rural areas.
The province’s hierarchy of centers is divided into five namely; Secondary Metropolitan Center (Metropopolitan B), Small/Medium City, Large Town, Medium Town and Small Town.
Rizal Province will have an additional population of 664,839 and a total population of  2,971,080 at the end of the plan period  2013.  After 30 years (year 2027) the province will have an additional population of 2,767,537 and a total population of 5,051,583 (Table 14).

 

Table 12. Criteria for Hierarchy of Urban Centers
 
Level of Hierarchy
 
Roles
 
Indicator Functions
Urban
Population
 
Primary Metropolitan Centre
(Metropolitan A)
 
International production and distribution centre
 
International port, airport, industry and commerce
 
> 1,000,000
 
Secondary Metropolitan Centre
(Metropolitan B)
 
International production and distribution centre
 
International port, airport, industry and commerce
 
> 250,000
 
Small/Medium City
(Primary Urban Center A)
 
International production and distribution centre
 
Near international port, airport, industry and commerce
 
> 100,000
 
Large Town
(Primary Urban Center B)
 
Inter-regional centre
 
Specialist medical facilities
Offices of NGA Tourism facilities
 
> 50,000
 
Medium Town
(Secondary Urban Center A)
 
Provincial services and administration
 
Comprehensive shopping
Tertiary health and education services
Processing and marketing
 
> 25,000
 
Small Town
(Secondary Urban Center B)
 
Small agri-processing and services
 
Entertainment
Full range of convenience shops
Extension services
 
> 2,500
 
Village
(Tertiary Urban Center)
 
Rural service
 
Vehicle maintenance
Primary health care
Some convenience shops
 
< 2,500
Source: TAPP Guide Book

 

 

 

Levels in Urban Hierarchy
Current Centers in Hierarchy
(2007)
Change in Status
(2007-2012)
+ center moves to next level by
2012
- center stays at same level by 2012
Development
Potential
Environmental
Impact
Future
Centers in Hierarchy (2013)
Population and Settlements
High
Low
High
Low
1. Primary Metropolitan Center
(Metropolitan A)
 
+
-
 
 
 
 
 
2. Secondary Metropolitan Center
(Metropolitan B)
Antipolo
- Antipolo
/
 
/
 
Antipolo
Binangonan San Mateo Rodriguez
3. Small/Medium City
(Primary Urban Center A)
Binangonan, Cainta
San Mateo, Taytay,
Rodriguez
+ Binangonan
- Cainta
+ San Mateo
- Taytay
+ Rodriguez
/
/
/
 
/
/
 
/
/
/
/
/
Cainta, Taytay
Angono Tanay
4. Large Town
(Primary Urban Center B)
Angono, Tanay,
+ Angono,
+ Tanay
/
/
 
 
/
/
Pililla
5. Medium Town
Cardona, Pililla,
Teresa
Morong
-Cardona
+ Pililla
- Teresa
- Morong
 
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
 
/
Cardona, Teresa
Morong
6. Small Town
(Secondary Urban Center B)
Baras, Jalajala
-Baras
- Jalajala
 
/
/
 
Baras
Jalajala
7. Village
(Tertiary Urban Center)
 
+
-
 
/
/
 
 
 
 Table 13. 2013 Trend Hierarchy of Urban Centers, Rizal Province

Levels in Urban Hierarchy
Current Centers in Hierarchy
(2007)
Change in Status
(2007-2012)
+ center moves to next level by
2012
- center stays at same level by 2012
Development
Potential
Environmental
Impact
Future
Centers in Hierarchy (2013)
High
Low
High
Low
1. Primary Metropolitan Center
(Metropolitan A)
 
+
-
 
 
 
 
 
2. Secondary Metropolitan Center
(Metropolitan B)
Antipolo
- Antipolo
/
 
/
 
Antipolo
Binangonan San Mateo Rodriguez
3. Small/Medium City
(Primary Urban Center A)
Binangonan, Cainta
San Mateo, Taytay,
Rodriguez
+ Binangonan
- Cainta
+ San Mateo
- Taytay
+ Rodriguez
/
/
/
 
/
/
 
/
/
/
/
/
Cainta, Taytay
Angono Tanay
4. Large Town
(Primary Urban Center B)
Angono, Tanay,
+ Angono,
+ Tanay
/
/
 
 
/
/
Pililla
5. Medium Town
Cardona, Pililla,
Teresa
Morong
-Cardona
+ Pililla
- Teresa
- Morong
 
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
 
/
Cardona, Teresa
Morong
6. Small Town
(Secondary Urban Center B)
Baras, Jalajala
-Baras
- Jalajala
 
/
/
 
Baras
Jalajala
7. Village
(Tertiary Urban Center)
 
+
-
 
/
/
 
 

 

Source: PPDO

 

 

 

Table 14. Projected Population  2008 -2013

 

 
Municipality
Growth
Rate
1995-
2000
Growth Rate
2000-2007
 
Populatio n
2000
 
Populatio n
2007
 
Populatio n
2008
 
Populatio n
2009
 
Populatio n
2010
 
Populatio n
2011
 
Population
2012
 
Population
2013

 

%
¸ 100
Angono
5.09
3.84
0.0384
74668
97209
100,942
104,818
108,843
113,023
117,363
121,869
Baras
3.78
3.66
0.0366
24514
31524
32,678
33,874
35,114
36,399
37,731
39,112
Binangonan
3.94
3.51
0.0351
187691
238931
247,317
255,998
264,984
274,285
283,912
293,878
Cainta
6.08
2.58
0.0258
242511
289833
297,311
304,981
312,850
320,921
329,201
337,695
Cardona
1.69
2.05
0.0205
39003
44942
45,863
46,804
47,763
48,742
49,741
50,761
Jalajala
3.62
3.05
0.0305
23280
28738
29,615
30,518
31,449
32,408
33,396
34,415
Morong
2.82
2.51
0.0251
42489
50538
51,807
53,107
54,440
55,806
57,207
58,643
Pililla
3.28
3.74
0.0374
45275
58525
60,714
62,985
65,340
67,784
70,319
72,949
Rodriguez
5.55
9.94
0.0994
115167
223594
245,819
270,254
297,117
326,650
359,119
394,816
San Mateo
5.12
4.53
0.0453
135603
184860
193,234
201,988
211,138
220,702
230,700
241,151
Tanay
2.96
2.73
0.0273
78223
94460
97,039
9,688
102,409
105,205
108,077
111,028
 
Taytay
 
5.85
 
4.10
 
0.0410
 
198183
 
262485
 
273,247
 
284,450
 
296,112
 
308,253
 
320,891
 
334,048
Teresa
3.72
5.90
0.0590
29745
44436
47,058
49,834
52,774
55,888
59,185
62,677
Sub Total
 
 
 
1,236,352
1,650,075
1,722,644
1,799,299
1,880,333
1,966,066
2,056,842
2,153,042
Antipolo
8.67
4.34
0.0434
470,866
633,971
661,485
690,194
720,148
751,403
784,014
818,040

 

Grand Total
5.79
4.10
0.0410
1,707,218
2,284,046
2,384,128
2,489,491
2,600,481
2,717,469
2,840,857
2,971,080
PPDO Projection Based on APGR 2000 — 2007
 



 
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