Victoria, Province of Tarlac

Summary data
Typemunicipality
Island groupLuzon
RegionCentral Luzon (Region III)
ProvinceTarlac
Barangay count26
Postal code2313
Coastal/Landlockedlandlocked
Marine waterbodiesnone (landlocked)
Philippine major island(s)Luzon
Area (2007)111.51 km2 (43.05 sq mi)
Population (2015)63,715
Density (2015)571 / km2 (1,480 / sq mi)
Coordinates15° 35' North, 120° 41' East (15.5770, 120.6812)
Estimated elevation above sea level29.3 meters (96.0 feet)

Victoria is a municipality in the landlocked province of Tarlac.

The municipality has a land area of 111.51 square kilometers or 43.05 square miles which constitutes 3.65% of Tarlac's total area. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was 63,715. This represented 4.66% of the total population of Tarlac province, or 0.57% of the overall population of the Central Luzon region. Based on these figures, the population density is computed at 571 inhabitants per square kilometer or 1,480 inhabitants per square mile.

Barangays

Victoria has 26 barangays as shown in the following table.

Demographic profile of barangays
BarangayPopulation percentage (2015)Population (2015)Population (2010)Change (2010‑2015)Annual Population Growth Rate (2010‑2015)
Baculong6.41%4,0873,9353.86%0.72%
Balayang5.11%3,2573,0945.27%0.98%
Balbaloto3.05%1,9421,8713.79%0.71%
Bangar3.54%2,2551,97514.18%2.56%
Bantog3.46%2,2072,00310.18%1.86%
Batangbatang2.17%1,3801,20015.00%2.70%
Bulo3.81%2,4282,3752.23%0.42%
Cabuluan2.10%1,3391,2328.69%1.60%
Calibungan3.71%2,3632,3560.30%0.06%
Canarem3.42%2,1811,9879.76%1.79%
Cruz2.93%1,8691,8063.49%0.65%
Lalapac3.49%2,2212,01810.06%1.84%
Maluid4.84%3,0812,72912.90%2.34%
Mangolago3.89%2,4772,13615.96%2.86%
Masalasa2.65%1,6911,51211.84%2.15%
Palacpalac2.62%1,6721,718-2.68%-0.52%
San Agustin5.03%3,2042,9817.48%1.38%
San Andres3.47%2,2112,1930.82%0.16%
San Fernando4.86%3,0982,9235.99%1.11%
San Francisco2.52%1,6031,4599.87%1.81%
San Gavino3.56%2,2682,367-4.18%-0.81%
San Jacinto5.10%3,2482,89512.19%2.21%
San Nicolas4.30%2,7392,6742.43%0.46%
San Vicente3.30%2,1032,0015.10%0.95%
Santa Barbara8.21%5,2304,9884.85%0.91%
Santa Lucia2.45%1,5611,5590.13%0.02%
Victoria Total63,71559,9876.21%1.15%

Economy

According to the Bureau of Local Government Finance, the annual regular revenue of Victoria for the fiscal year of 2016 was 140,083,083.05.

details
Fiscal YearAnnual Regular IncomeChange
200981,602,499.55
201087,354,827.447.05%
201194,357,740.898.02%
201292,659,417.41-1.80%
2013101,812,967.179.88%
2014115,023,363.2112.98%
2015125,812,705.239.38%
2016140,083,083.0511.34%

End notes:

  • Annual Regular Income = Locally Sourced Revenue + Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) Current Year + Other Shares from National Tax Collection
  • Locally Sourced Revenue = Real Property Tax (General Fund) + Tax on Business + Other Taxes + Regulatory Fees + Service/User Charges + Receipts from Economic Enterprises

Demographics

Population by age group

According to the 2015 Census, the age group with the highest population in Victoria is 5 to 9, with 6,860 individuals. Conversely, the age group with the lowest population is 75 to 79, with 830 individuals.

details
Age groupPopulation (2015)
Under 11,292
1 to 45,362
5 to 96,860
10 to 146,234
15 to 195,726
20 to 245,110
25 to 294,603
30 to 344,518
35 to 394,146
40 to 443,882
45 to 493,713
50 to 543,107
55 to 592,577
60 to 642,086
65 to 691,692
70 to 741,103
75 to 79830
80 and over874
Total63,715

Historical population

The population of Victoria grew from 26,555 in 1960 to 63,715 in 2015, an increase of 37,160 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 1.15%, or an increase of 3,728 people, from the previous population of 59,987 in 2010.

details
Census datePopulationGrowth rate
26,555
33,1412.19%
34,8891.04%
34,9420.03%
42,3601.94%
47,5462.19%
50,9301.49%
57,0851.59%
59,9871.82%
63,7151.15%

Location

The municipal center of Victoria is situated at approximately 15° 35' North, 120° 41' East, in the island of Luzon. Elevation at these coordinates is estimated at 29.3 meters or 96.0 feet above mean sea level.


Distances

Based on the great-circle distance (the shortest distance between two points over the surface of the Earth), the cities closest to Victoria are Tarlac City, Muñoz, Cabanatuan, Mabalacat, San Jose, and Gapan. The nearest municipalities are Pura, Gerona, Licab, Ramos, Guimba, and Quezon. Its distance from the national capital is 113.77 kilometers (70.69 miles). The following list delineates such distance measurements.

great-circle distance

Nearest towns

  • Pura, Tarlac, 6.33 kilometers (3.94 miles) to the Northwest (N35°W)
  • Gerona, Tarlac, 9.47 kilometers (5.88 miles) to the West‑Northwest (N69°W)
  • Licab, Nueva Ecija, 9.64 kilometers (5.99 miles) to the East‑Southeast (S65°E)
  • Ramos, Tarlac, 10.79 kilometers (6.70 miles) to the North‑Northwest (N24°W)
  • Guimba, Nueva Ecija, 13.08 kilometers (8.13 miles) to the Northeast (N44°E)
  • Quezon, Nueva Ecija, 14.07 kilometers (8.74 miles) to the East (S79°E)

Nearest cities

Distance from Manila: 113.77 kilometers (70.69 miles) to the South‑Southeast (S16°E)

National rankings

  • Population (2015): 63,715, ranked 320 out of 1,634
  • Land area (2007): 43.05 square kilometers, ranked 904 out of 1,634
  • Population density (2015): 571 inhabitants per square kilometer, ranked 300 out of 1,634
  • Annual population growth rate (2010 to 2015): 1.15%, ranked 1,121 out of 1,634

Notes

  1. Unless otherwise specified, population count (excluding percentages) and land area figures are derived from the Philippine Statistics Authority.
  2. Data on annual regular income is from the Bureau of Local Government Finance, Department of Finance
  3. Postal code information is from the Philippine Postal Corporation.
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