Bukidnon

Summary data
Map of the Philippines highlighting Bukidnon
Typeprovince
Island groupMindanao
RegionNorthern Mindanao (Region X)
Cities2
Municipalities20
Barangays464
Coastal/Landlockedlandlocked
Marine waterbodiesnone (landlocked)
Area (2007)10,498.59 km2 (4,053.53 sq mi)
Population (2015)1,415,226
Density (2015)135 / km2 (349 / sq mi)

Bukidnon is a province in the Philippines situated in the Northern Mindanao region occupying the northern-central section of Mindanao. Its capital is the City of Malaybalay.

The province has a land area of 10,498.59 square kilometers or 4,053.53 square miles. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was 1,415,226. This represented 30.18% of the total population of the Northern Mindanao region, 5.86% of the overall population of the Mindanao island group, or 1.40% of the entire population of the Philippines. Based on these figures, the population density is computed at 135 inhabitants per square kilometer or 349 inhabitants per square mile.

Map

Bukidnon is bordered, clockwise from the North, by Misamis Oriental, Agusan del Sur, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, Cotabato, Lanao del Sur, and Lanao del Norte.

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Local government units

Bukidnon has 20 municipalities and 2 cities. The total number of barangays in the province is 464.

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NameTypePopulation (2015)Population (2010)Annual Population Growth Rate (2010‑2015)Area (2007)Density (2015)Brgy count
Baungonmunicipality34,33632,8680.84%328.34 km2 (126.77 sq mi)105 / km2 (271 / sq mi)16
Cabanglasanmunicipality33,99732,4270.90%243.30 km2 (93.94 sq mi)140 / km2 (362 / sq mi)15
Damulogmunicipality30,30225,5383.31%244.19 km2 (94.28 sq mi)124 / km2 (321 / sq mi)17
Dangcaganmunicipality23,72322,4481.06%422.69 km2 (163.20 sq mi)56 / km2 (145 / sq mi)14
Don Carlosmunicipality66,95964,3340.76%213.72 km2 (82.52 sq mi)313 / km2 (811 / sq mi)29
Impasugongmunicipality47,85943,5871.80%1,051.17 km2 (405.86 sq mi)46 / km2 (118 / sq mi)13
Kadingilanmunicipality33,77831,7561.18%171.94 km2 (66.39 sq mi)196 / km2 (509 / sq mi)17
Kalilanganmunicipality41,60139,8470.82%251.43 km2 (97.08 sq mi)165 / km2 (429 / sq mi)14
Kibawemunicipality39,61235,7671.96%304.13 km2 (117.43 sq mi)130 / km2 (337 / sq mi)23
Kitaotaomunicipality50,26049,4880.30%788.78 km2 (304.55 sq mi)64 / km2 (165 / sq mi)35
Lantapanmunicipality61,77655,9341.91%328.35 km2 (126.78 sq mi)188 / km2 (487 / sq mi)14
Libonamunicipality43,96939,3932.11%374.37 km2 (144.55 sq mi)117 / km2 (304 / sq mi)14
Malaybalaycity (CC), capital174,625153,0852.54%969.19 km2 (374.21 sq mi)180 / km2 (467 / sq mi)46
Malitbogmunicipality24,45322,8801.27%581.85 km2 (224.65 sq mi)42 / km2 (109 / sq mi)11
Manolo Fortichmunicipality100,21091,0261.85%413.60 km2 (159.69 sq mi)242 / km2 (628 / sq mi)22
Maramagmunicipality102,08990,9012.23%447.26 km2 (172.69 sq mi)228 / km2 (591 / sq mi)20
Pangantucanmunicipality53,12648,7751.64%461.72 km2 (178.27 sq mi)115 / km2 (298 / sq mi)19
Quezonmunicipality104,11694,5841.84%626.86 km2 (242.03 sq mi)166 / km2 (430 / sq mi)31
San Fernandomunicipality56,13850,2072.15%705.06 km2 (272.23 sq mi)80 / km2 (206 / sq mi)24
Sumilaomunicipality27,66025,6681.43%196.95 km2 (76.04 sq mi)140 / km2 (364 / sq mi)10
Talakagmunicipality71,64467,1231.25%786.40 km2 (303.63 sq mi)91 / km2 (236 / sq mi)29
Valenciacity (CC)192,993181,5561.17%587.29 km2 (226.75 sq mi)329 / km2 (851 / sq mi)31
Bukidnon Total1,415,2261,299,1921.64%10,498.59 km2 (4,053.53 sq mi)135 / km2 (349 / sq mi)464

Historical population

The population of Bukidnon grew from 180,470 in 1960 to 1,415,226 in 2015, an increase of 1,234,756 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 1.64%, or an increase of 116,034 people, from the previous population of 1,299,192 in 2010.

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Census datePopulationGrowth rate
21,163
46,5195.10%
57,5611.07%
63,4701.01%
180,4709.62%
375,0547.42%
468,2774.56%
532,9562.62%
701,4302.79%
782,4922.07%
880,1862.55%
994,7221.70%
1,299,19210.21%
1,415,2261.64%

National roads

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

Primary Roads

  • Bukidnon-Davao City Road
  • Sayre Highway

Secondary Roads

  • Barandias-Dominorog Road
  • Cagayan de Oro City-Dominorog-Camp Kibaritan Road
  • Junction Maradugao-Camp Kibaritan-Dominorog Road
  • Kapalong-Talaingod-Valencia (Bukidnon) Road
  • Maramag-Maradugao Road
  • Sayre Highway (Junction Bukidnon-Davao City Road-Cotabato Boundary)

Tertiary Roads

  • Dologon-Kisanday-Ginoyuran Road
  • Don Carlos-Kadingilan Road
  • Junction Capitol-Hospital Road
  • Junction Dologon-Busco-Quezon Road
  • Junction Dologon-Panadtalan
  • Junction Impalambong-Cadre Barracks Road
  • Junction Maradugao-Camp Kibaritan-Dominorog Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway Aglayan-Zamboanguita Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Aglayan-Alanib-Ticalaan Road (Aglayan-Basak)
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Aglayan-Alanib-Ticalaan Road (Ticalaan-Paganan Section)
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Bangcud-Mailag Road (By-Pass Road)
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Carillo-Capitol Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Casisang-Malaybalay Airport Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Damulog Poblacion Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Impalambong-Old Casisang Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Impasugong-Patulangan By-Pass Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-JP Rizal-Carillo-Capitol-DPWH Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-Manolo Fortich-Libona-Indahag Road
  • Junction Sayre Highway-San Miguel-Del Monte Airport Road
  • Kalilangan-Lampanusan Road
  • Kibawe-Kadingilan-Kalilangan Road
  • Maramag-Maradugao Road
  • Misamis Oriental-Bukidnon-Agusan Road
  • Ticalaan-Iligan Road (Mamaon-Ragongon Section)

National rankings

  • Population (2015): 1,415,226, ranked 16 out of 81
  • Land area (2007): 4,053.53 square kilometers, ranked 4 out of 81
  • Population density (2015): 135 inhabitants per square kilometer, ranked 57 out of 81
  • Annual population growth rate (2010 to 2015): 1.64%, ranked 25 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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