Provincial Website

  Province of Ilocos Sur Website

Public Service Announcements

View All

Calendar of Activities

prev

next
  • S
  • M
  • T
  • W
  • T
  • F
  • S

Quick Links



Gallery


Advertisements

Ads Space here

Libtong

Barangay Officials

Chairman FLORESTO L. NUGAO
Kagawads
  • FLORA L. VILLAMAR
  • ROGER L. VIZCARRA
  • EDUARDO G. SOMERA
  • ALFREDO C. LORENA, JR.
  • GILBERT LIMAYO
  • IRENEO B. LORENA
  • VIRGILIO F. ALVIAR, JR.

 

Secretary HARRY G. MANZANO
Treasurer GLORIA LARANANG
Health workers
Nutritions scholar
Day Care worker
Tanods

Political Information:

  • Legal basis of creation………………._________________N/A_______________
  • Date of Ratification/Plebiscite………._________________N/A_______________
  • of Registered Voters……………..________________1,152_______________
  • of Precincts……………………….9 (0062A, 0062B, 0063A, 0063B, 0065A, 0065B)

( 0064A,   0064, 0066A, 0066B)                         

Physical  Information:

  • Geographical Location

The Barangay LIBTONG is more or less 3.5 kilometers from Centro/Poblacion bounded by the following barangays:

North               :           Barangay         –           BORONO

South               :           Barangay         –           DARDARAT

East                 :           Barangay         –           Vast of Rice fields, LUBNAC

West                 :           Barangay         –           South China Sea

  • Type/Classification of Barangay:

 Rural        __ Upland   Lowland __ Coastal  Agricultural Fishing   __ Commercial

__ Urban       __ Industrial   __________________ others (specify)

  • Total Land Area in hectares:

 

Residential                               :                       88.676____    

Agricultural                             :                       48.5     ___     

Commercial& Barren land      :                       13.13_____

Quarry Land/River                  :                       _________

 

  • Fiscal Information:

 

  • Total Income Php      2,031,496.00              

Internal Revenue Allotment………………Php…………1,994,496.00

                                    Local Sources : RPT Share………………Php …………….20,000.00

                                     Fees & Charges…………………………..Php……………..10,000.00      

                                    Community Tax            ……………………………Php………………5,000.00

                                    Grants & Donation……………………….Php

Others: Sand, Gravel and other………..Php

                                    Quarry Product           s………………………….Php

                                    Municipal & Provincial Aid…………….Php………………..2,000.00                             

 

  • Major Economic Activity

                                   

                                    ( 20 % )…………………………………………………..Farming

( 15 % )…………………………………………………..Fishing

( 10 % )…………………………………………………..Business

( 25 %  )……………………………………………….Employed

( 30%  )………………………………………………….Others

 

  • Demographic Information:

 

Population (Source: ___NSO   _ __RBI)…………………2,655

Number of Male……………………………………………….1,327                         

Number of Female…………………………………………….1,328

                                   

TOTAL………………………………………………………….2,655                                      

Number of families……………………………………………….619                                    

Number of Households………………………………………….647                        

Number of Labor Force………………………………………1,480            

Number of Unemployed           ………………………………………….20

Religious Affiliations:

Roman Catholic………………………………………….( 90% )

                                    Iglesia ni Cristo           ………………………………………………….(   5% )

                                    Protestants…………………………………………………………(  3 % )

                                    Baptist……………………………………………………………….(  1 % )

                                    Jehovah Witnesses………………………………………………(  1 % )

                                    Born Again…………………………………………………………(  0 % )

                                    Islam…………………………………………………………….( 0 %)

  • Basic Utilities/Services:
  • Power Supply :__ISECO – Ilocos Sur_(Electric Cooperative)

             ______________________ Others

No. of Families with Access to Electricity

______640______ (Electric Cooperative)

                         _______________   Others

  • Water Supply

No. of Families with Access to Potable Water

__ __First                  ___538___Number

__ __Second ___84_  Number

__   _Third                __25___Number

  • Means of Tranportation:

Motorbike (Single Motor), Jeep, Tricycle, Bicycle, Van

  • Means of Communication:(telephone, mobile phones, indicate name of provider)

SMART , TNT, GLOBE, SUN

  • Health Information/Data:
  2015 2016 Increase/

Decrease

Leading Causes
Morbidity 78

39

31

26

18

16

14

9

8

4

78

37

31

24

16

14

18

9

12

4

25

2

0

2

2

2

4

0

4

0

1.URI

2.HPN

3.FEVER

4.UTI

5.CELLULITES

6.ABDOMINAL COLIC

7.WOUND

8.OTITIS EXTERNAL

9.DIZZINESS

10.CHF

Mortality 3

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

1

1

1

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

1.HCVD

2.CA-of the tongue

3.Pneumonia

4.PUD

5.PTB

6.TRAUMA TORLE

Infant Mortality 0 0 0  

None

 

Maternal Mortality 0 0 0  

None

 

 

Awards / Recognition Received by the Barangay/ Brgy.Officials for CY 2016:

 

National Level: ___________________________None______________________________________

Regional Level: __________________________ None______________________________________

Local Level:     Certificate of Recognition ( 1st Placer-BANTAY DAGAT

The Barangay got his name from the word “LIBSONG” which also means “DAKKEL NGA ABOT” in the Ilocano dialect and big holes in the English language.

          During the Spanish regime, the Spaniards were fond of visiting the barangay because of the scenic view especially before the sunset.  There were so many big holes in almost all parts of the barangay.  These big holes were full of clear water which attracted to them to take a bath.

          One day, as a Spaniards called an old man and asked, “What’s the name of your barangay?”, he answered, “LIBSONG” misquoting that the Spaniard was asking the name of the big holes.  The Spaniard misheard also the name of the barangay  “LIBSONG” into “LIBTONG”.  From them on, every time the Spaniard visited the barangay, they called it “LIBTONG”.

          The barangay is bounded in the west by the South China Sea, in the North by Barangay Borono, in the east by a vast rice fields and in the south by Barangay Dardarat.  It is traversed by the national Highway.  It has an estimated 1.5 kms. Shoreline.  It has seven zone or districts.  The distance from the Municipal Hall is 3.5 kilometers northward.

          The Barangay has a land area of 158.676 hectares of which 70 hectares is Agricultural, 76.676 hectares is Residential, the remaining 12 ha. Is classified as industrial/commercial and barren lands.