Pangasinan

Summary data
Map of the Philippines highlighting Pangasinan
Typeprovince
Island groupLuzon
RegionIlocos Region (Region I)
Cities4
Municipalities44
Barangays1,364
Coastal/Landlockedcoastal
Marine waterbodiesSouth China Sea
Area (2007)5,451.01 km2 (2,104.65 sq mi)
Population (2015)2,956,726
Density (2015)542 / km2 (1,405 / sq mi)

Pangasinan is a province in the Philippines situated in the Ilocos Region occupying the northwestern section of Luzon. Its capital is the Municipality of Lingayen.

The province has a land area of 5,451.01 square kilometers or 2,104.65 square miles. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was 2,956,726. This represented 58.83% of the total population of the Ilocos Region, 5.14% of the overall population of the Luzon island group, or 2.93% of the entire population of the Philippines. Based on these figures, the population density is computed at 542 inhabitants per square kilometer or 1,405 inhabitants per square mile.

Map

Pangasinan is bordered, clockwise from the North, by Lingayen Gulf, La Union, Benguet, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Zambales, and the South China Sea.

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Local government units

Pangasinan has 44 municipalities and 4 cities. The total number of barangays in the province is 1,364.

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NameTypePopulation (2015)Population (2010)Annual Population Growth Rate (2010‑2015)Area (2007)Density (2015)Brgy count
Agnomunicipality28,05227,5080.37%169.75 km2 (65.54 sq mi)165 / km2 (428 / sq mi)17
Aguilarmunicipality41,46339,5290.91%195.07 km2 (75.32 sq mi)213 / km2 (550 / sq mi)16
Alaminoscity (CC)89,70885,0251.03%164.26 km2 (63.42 sq mi)546 / km2 (1,415 / sq mi)39
Alcalamunicipality43,40241,0771.05%45.71 km2 (17.65 sq mi)950 / km2 (2,459 / sq mi)21
Andamunicipality39,50437,0111.25%74.55 km2 (28.78 sq mi)530 / km2 (1,373 / sq mi)18
Asinganmunicipality57,35556,3530.34%66.64 km2 (25.73 sq mi)861 / km2 (2,229 / sq mi)21
Balungaomunicipality31,10626,6782.97%73.25 km2 (28.28 sq mi)425 / km2 (1,100 / sq mi)20
Banimunicipality50,30645,7581.82%179.65 km2 (69.36 sq mi)280 / km2 (725 / sq mi)27
Basistamunicipality32,95930,3851.56%24.00 km2 (9.27 sq mi)1,373 / km2 (3,555 / sq mi)13
Bautistamunicipality32,30730,1931.30%46.33 km2 (17.89 sq mi)697 / km2 (1,806 / sq mi)18
Bayambangmunicipality118,205111,5211.11%143.94 km2 (55.58 sq mi)821 / km2 (2,127 / sq mi)77
Binalonanmunicipality54,55552,8320.61%47.57 km2 (18.37 sq mi)1,147 / km2 (2,970 / sq mi)24
Binmaleymunicipality83,05278,7021.03%118.50 km2 (45.75 sq mi)701 / km2 (1,815 / sq mi)33
Bolinaomunicipality82,08474,5451.85%197.22 km2 (76.15 sq mi)416 / km2 (1,078 / sq mi)30
Bugallonmunicipality67,34864,2530.90%189.64 km2 (73.22 sq mi)355 / km2 (920 / sq mi)24
Burgosmunicipality21,63718,3153.22%131.32 km2 (50.70 sq mi)165 / km2 (427 / sq mi)14
Calasiaomunicipality95,15491,1090.83%48.36 km2 (18.67 sq mi)1,968 / km2 (5,097 / sq mi)24
Dagupancity (ICC)171,271163,6760.87%37.23 km2 (14.37 sq mi)4,600 / km2 (11,919 / sq mi)31
Dasolmunicipality29,11026,9911.45%166.60 km2 (64.32 sq mi)175 / km2 (453 / sq mi)18
Infantamunicipality24,58423,4550.90%254.29 km2 (98.18 sq mi)97 / km2 (250 / sq mi)13
Labradormunicipality23,20121,1491.78%90.99 km2 (35.13 sq mi)255 / km2 (660 / sq mi)10
Laoacmunicipality31,49729,4561.28%40.50 km2 (15.64 sq mi)778 / km2 (2,014 / sq mi)22
Lingayenmunicipality, capital103,27898,7400.86%62.76 km2 (24.23 sq mi)1,646 / km2 (4,262 / sq mi)32
Mabinimunicipality24,76524,0110.59%291.01 km2 (112.36 sq mi)85 / km2 (220 / sq mi)16
Malasiquimunicipality130,275123,5661.01%131.37 km2 (50.72 sq mi)992 / km2 (2,569 / sq mi)73
Manaoagmunicipality69,49764,5781.41%55.95 km2 (21.60 sq mi)1,242 / km2 (3,217 / sq mi)26
Mangaldanmunicipality106,33198,9051.39%48.47 km2 (18.71 sq mi)2,194 / km2 (5,683 / sq mi)30
Mangataremmunicipality73,24169,9690.87%317.50 km2 (122.59 sq mi)231 / km2 (597 / sq mi)82
Mapandanmunicipality37,05934,4391.41%30.00 km2 (11.58 sq mi)1,235 / km2 (3,200 / sq mi)15
Natividadmunicipality24,29922,7131.29%134.36 km2 (51.88 sq mi)181 / km2 (468 / sq mi)18
Pozorrubiomunicipality69,55566,1110.97%134.60 km2 (51.97 sq mi)517 / km2 (1,338 / sq mi)34
Rosalesmunicipality63,08159,6871.06%66.39 km2 (25.63 sq mi)950 / km2 (2,461 / sq mi)37
San Carloscity (CC)188,571175,1031.42%169.03 km2 (65.26 sq mi)1,116 / km2 (2,890 / sq mi)86
San Fabianmunicipality83,02577,8991.22%81.28 km2 (31.38 sq mi)1,021 / km2 (2,646 / sq mi)34
San Jacintomunicipality40,84837,7371.52%44.18 km2 (17.06 sq mi)925 / km2 (2,394 / sq mi)19
San Manuelmunicipality52,93946,8752.34%129.18 km2 (49.88 sq mi)410 / km2 (1,061 / sq mi)14
San Nicolasmunicipality35,57434,1080.80%210.20 km2 (81.16 sq mi)169 / km2 (438 / sq mi)33
San Quintinmunicipality32,94532,6260.19%115.90 km2 (44.75 sq mi)284 / km2 (736 / sq mi)21
Santa Barbaramunicipality82,01276,6371.30%61.37 km2 (23.70 sq mi)1,336 / km2 (3,460 / sq mi)29
Santa Mariamunicipality33,03831,0911.16%69.50 km2 (26.83 sq mi)475 / km2 (1,231 / sq mi)23
Santo Tomasmunicipality15,02214,4060.80%12.99 km2 (5.02 sq mi)1,156 / km2 (2,992 / sq mi)10
Sisonmunicipality47,51843,9791.48%81.88 km2 (31.61 sq mi)580 / km2 (1,503 / sq mi)28
Sualmunicipality34,14931,2161.72%130.16 km2 (50.26 sq mi)262 / km2 (679 / sq mi)19
Tayugmunicipality43,14940,0181.44%51.24 km2 (19.78 sq mi)842 / km2 (2,181 / sq mi)21
Uminganmunicipality73,25267,5341.56%258.43 km2 (99.78 sq mi)283 / km2 (734 / sq mi)58
Urbiztondomunicipality50,17047,8310.91%81.80 km2 (31.58 sq mi)613 / km2 (1,589 / sq mi)21
Urdanetacity (CC)132,940125,4511.11%100.26 km2 (38.71 sq mi)1,326 / km2 (3,434 / sq mi)34
Villasismunicipality62,33359,1111.02%75.83 km2 (29.28 sq mi)822 / km2 (2,129 / sq mi)21
Pangasinan Total2,956,7262,779,8621.18%5,451.01 km2 (2,104.65 sq mi)542 / km2 (1,405 / sq mi)1,364

Historical population

The population of Pangasinan grew from 1,124,144 in 1960 to 2,956,726 in 2015, an increase of 1,832,582 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 1.18%, or an increase of 176,864 people, from the previous population of 2,779,862 in 2010.

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Census datePopulationGrowth rate
442,521
565,9221.57%
742,4751.37%
920,4912.23%
1,124,1441.77%
1,386,1432.07%
1,520,0851.87%
1,636,0571.48%
2,022,0562.14%
2,178,4121.41%
2,434,0862.41%
2,645,3951.15%
2,779,8621.82%
2,956,7261.18%

National roads

As of December 2016, the National Roads in Pangasinan as classified by the Department of Public Works and Highways are:

Primary Roads

  • Bakit-Bakit Junction-Umingan Road
  • Judge Jose de Venecia Sr. Avenue
  • Manila North Road
  • Pangasinan-La Union Inter-Provincial Road
  • Pangasinan-Nueva Ecija Road
  • Pangasinan-Nueva Vizcaya Road
  • Pangasinan-Tarlac Road
  • Pangasinan-Zambales Road
  • Urdaneta Junction-Dagupan Road
  • Urdaneta Junction-Dagupan-Lingayen Road
  • Urdaneta Junction-Lingayen Road via Zambales

Secondary Roads

  • Alaminos-Bolinao Road
  • Alaminos-Lucap Road
  • Calasiao Old Road
  • Camiling-Wawa-Bayambang-Malasiqui-Santa Barbara Road
  • Carmen Junction-Bayambang-Manat Road
  • Carmen Junction-Manat Road
  • Dagupan-Bonuan-San Fabian Road
  • Labrador Diversion Road
  • Mangaldan-Manaoag-Binalonan Road
  • San Carlos-Calasiao Road
  • Santa Barbara Old Road
  • Santa Barbara-Mangaldan Road
  • Villasis-Malasiqui-San Carlos Road

Tertiary Roads

  • Alaminos By-Pass Road
  • Alaminos-Cadre Road
  • Bani-Agno Road
  • Bayambang Cadre Road
  • Binalonan-Asingan-Santa Maria Road
  • Binmaley Beach Road
  • Binmaley-Lingayen via Quibaol Road
  • Burgos-Agno Road
  • Judge Jose De Venecia Boulevard Extension Road
  • Judge Jose De Venecia Service Road
  • Lingayen Cadre Road
  • Lingayen Capitol Loop (Left)
  • Lingayen Capitol Loop (Right)
  • Lingayen-Labrador Diversion Road
  • Manaoag Cadre Road
  • San Nicolas-Natividad-San Quintin-Umingan-Guimba Road
  • Tayug Cadre Road
  • Urdaneta Junction-Lingayen Diversion Road (Perez Boulevard)

National rankings

  • Population (2015): 2,956,726, ranked 4 out of 81
  • Land area (2007): 2,104.65 square kilometers, ranked 18 out of 81
  • Population density (2015): 542 inhabitants per square kilometer, ranked 9 out of 81
  • Annual population growth rate (2010 to 2015): 1.18%, ranked 56 out of 81

Notes

  1. Unless otherwise specified, population count (excluding percentages) and land area figures are derived from the Philippine Statistics Authority.
  2. Maps utilize OpenStreetMap data available under the Open Data Commons Open Database License.
  3. Data on National Roads is from the Department of Public Works and Highways.
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