Tala ng mga lungsod sa Pilipinas

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Ito ang tala ng kasalukuyang 138 lungsod sa Pilipinas.

Lungsod Lalawigan [1] Rehiyon Populasyon
(2007) [2]
Laki
(km²) [3]
Densidad ng
populasyon
(per km²)
Legal Class [4] Income
Class [5]
Original city
charter [6]
Approval of
charter [7]
Date of effectivity /
Ratification of
city charter [8]
Caloocan -wala- [9] NCR 1,378,856 53.33 25855.17 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 03278 1961-06-17 1962-02-16
Las Piñas -wala- [10] NCR 532,330 41.54 12814.88 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 08251 1997-02-12 1997-03-26
Makati [11] -wala- [12] NCR 510,383 21.57 23661.71 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 07854 1995-01-02 1995-02-04
Malabon -wala- [13] NCR 363,681 15.76 23076.21 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 09019 2001-03-05 2001-04-21
Mandaluyong -wala- [14] NCR 305,576 11.26 27138.19 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 07675 1994-02-09 1994-04-10
Manila -wala- NCR 1,660,714 38.55 43079.48 Highly urbanized Special class Act 0183 1901-07-31 1901-07-31
Marikina -wala- [15] NCR 424,610 33.97 12499.56 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 08223 1996-11-06 1996-12-07
Muntinlupa -wala- [16] NCR 452,943 46.70 9698.99 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 07926 1995-03-01 1995-05-08
Navotas -wala- [17] NCR 245,344 10.77 22780.32 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 09387 2007-03-10 2007-06-24
Parañaque -wala- [18] NCR 552,660 47.69 11588.59 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 08507 1998-02-13 1998-03-22
Pasay -wala- [19] NCR 403,064 19.00 21213.89 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 00183 1947-06-21[1] 1947-06-21
Pasig [20] -wala- [21] NCR 617,301 31.00 19912.94 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 07829 1994-12-08 1995-01-21
Lungsod Quezon -wala- [22] NCR 2,679,450 161.12 16630.15 Highly urbanized Special class CA 502 1939-10-12 1939-10-12
San Juan -wala- [23] NCR 125,338 5.94 21100.67 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 09388 2007-03-11 2007-06-16
Taguig [24] -wala- [25] NCR 670,309 53.67 12489.45 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 08487 1998-02-11 2004-12-08
Valenzuela -wala- [26] NCR 568,928 44.58 12761.96 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 08526 1998-02-14 1998-12-30
Butuan Agusan del Norte Rehiyon 13 298,378 816.62 365.38 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 00523 1950-06-15[2] 1950-06-15
Legazpi Albay Rehiyon 05 179,481 153.70 1167.74 Component 2nd class RA 02234 1959-06-12 1959-06-12
Ligao Albay Rehiyon 05 101,179 246.75 410.05 Component 4th class RA 09008 2001-02-21 2001-03-24
Tabaco Albay Rehiyon 05 123,513 117.14 1054.4 Component 4th class RA 09020 2001-03-05 2001-03-24
Isabela Basilan Rehiyon 09 87,985 223.73 393.26 Component 5th class RA 09023 2001-03-05 2001-04-25
Balanga Bataan Rehiyon 03 84,105 111.63 753.43 Component 4th class RA 08984 2000-12-02 2000-12-30
Batangas City Batangas Rehiyon 04-A 295,231 282.96 1043.37 Component 1st class RA 05495 1969-06-21 1969-06-21
Lipa Batangas Rehiyon 04-A 260,568 209.40 1244.36 Component 1st class RA 00162 1947-06-20[3] 1947-06-20
Tanauan Batangas Rehiyon 04-A 142,537 107.16 1330.13 Component 3rd class RA 09005 2001-02-02 2001-03-10
Baguio Benguet CAR 301,926 57.51 5249.97 Highly urbanized 1st class Act 1964 1909-09-01 1909-09-01
Tagbilaran Bohol Rehiyon 07 92,297 36.50 2528.68 Component 3rd class RA 04660 1966-06-18 1966-07-01
Malaybalay Bukidnon Rehiyon 10 144,065 969.19 148.64 Component 1st class RA 08490 1998-02-11 1998-03-22
Valencia Bukidnon Rehiyon 10 162,745 277.11 262 Component 3rd class RA 08985 2000-12-05 2000-12-30
Malolos Bulacan Rehiyon 03 223,069 67.25 3317.01 Component 3rd class RA 08754 1999-11-04 2002-10-08
Meycauayan Bulacan Rehiyon 03 196,569 32.10 6123.64 Component 3rd class RA 09356 2006-10-02 2006-12-10
San Jose del Monte Bulacan Rehiyon 03 439,090 105.53 4160.81 Component 2nd class RA 08797 2000-07-15 2000-09-10
Tuguegarao Cagayan Rehiyon 02 129,539 144.80 894.61 Component 2nd class RA 08755 1999-11-04 1999-12-18
Iriga Camarines Sur Rehiyon 05 97,983 137.35 713.38 Component 4th class RA 05261 1968-06-15[4] 1968-06-15
Naga Camarines Sur Rehiyon 05 160,516 84.48 1900.05 Independent component 2nd class RA 00305 1948-06-18 1948-06-18
Roxas Capiz Rehiyon 06 147,738 95.07 1553.99 Component 3rd class RA 00603 1951-04-11[5] 1951-04-11
Cavite City Cavite Rehiyon 04-A 104,581 10.89 9603.4 Component 4th class CA 547 1940-05-26[6] 1940-05-26
Dasmariñas Cavite Rehiyon 04-A 556,330 90.10 6174.58 Component 1st class RA 9723 2009-10-15 2009-11-26
Tagaytay Cavite Rehiyon 04-A 61,623 65.00 948.05 Component 3rd class CA 338 1938-06-21 1938-06-21
Trece Martires Cavite Rehiyon 04-A 90,177 39.10 2306.32 Component 4th class RA 00981 1954-05-24 1956-01-01
Cebu City Cebu Rehiyon 07 798,809 315.00 2535.9 Highly urbanized 1st class CA 058 1936-10-20[7] 1936-10-20
Danao Cebu Rehiyon 07 109,354 107.30 1019.14 Component 3rd class RA 03028 1961-06-07 1961-06-07
Lapu-Lapu Cebu Rehiyon 07 292,530 58.10 5034.94 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 03134 1961-06-17[8] 1961-06-17
Mandaue Cebu Rehiyon 07 318,575 25.18 12651.91 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 05519 1969-06-21[9] 1969-06-21
Talisay Cebu Rehiyon 07 179,359 39.87 4498.6 Component 4th class RA 08979 2000-11-22 2000-12-30
Toledo Cebu Rehiyon 07 152,960 216.28 707.23 Component 3rd class RA 02688 1960-06-18 1960-06-18
Kidapawan Cotabato (North) Rehiyon 12 117,610 358.47 328.09 Component 2nd class RA 08500 1998-02-12 1998-03-22
Panabo Davao del Norte Rehiyon 11 154,329 251.23 614.29 Component 4th class RA 09015 2001-02-28 2001-03-31
Samal Davao del Norte Rehiyon 11 90,291 301.30 299.67 Component 3rd class RA 08471 1998-01-30 1998-03-07
Tagum Davao del Norte Rehiyon 11 215,967 195.80 1103 Component 1st class RA 08472 1998-01-30 1998-03-07
Davao City Davao del Sur Rehiyon 11 1,363,337 2,443.61 557.92 Highly urbanized 1st class CA 051 1936-10-16[10] 1936-10-16
Digos Davao del Sur Rehiyon 11 145,514 287.10 506.84 Component 3rd class RA 08798 2000-06-15 2000-09-08
Laoag Ilocos Norte Rehiyon 01 102,457 101.88 1005.66 Component 3rd class RA 04584 1965-06-19 1966-01-01
Candon Ilocos Sur Rehiyon 01 56,270 103.28 544.83 Component 4th class RA 09018 2001-03-05 2001-03-28
Vigan Ilocos Sur Rehiyon 01 47,246 25.08 1883.81 Component 5th class RA 08988 2000-12-27 2001-01-22
Iloilo City Iloilo Rehiyon 06 418,710 70.23 5961.98 Highly urbanized 1st class CA 158 1937-07-16[11] 1937-07-16
Passi Iloilo Rehiyon 06 76,045 251.39 302.5 Component 3rd class RA 08469 1998-01-30 1998-03-14
Cauayan Isabela Rehiyon 02 114,254 336.40 339.64 Component 4th class RA 09017 2001-02-28 2001-03-30
Santiago Isabela Rehiyon 02 126,244 1221.97 103.31 Independent component 1st class RA 07720 1994-05-05 1994-07-04
San Fernando La Union Rehiyon 01 114,813 102.72 1117.73 Component 3rd class RA 08509 1998-02-13 1998-03-20
Biñan Laguna Rehiyon 04-A 262,735[kailangan ng sanggunian] 2409.91 Component 1st class RA 09740 2009-10-30 2010-02-03
Calamba Laguna Rehiyon 04-A 360,281 149.50 2409.91 Component 1st class RA 09024 2001-04-07 2001-04-21
San Pablo Laguna Rehiyon 04-A 237,259 197.56 1200.95 Component 1st class CA 520 1940-05-07[12] 1940-05-07
Santa Rosa Laguna Rehiyon 04-A 266,943 54.13 4931.52 Component 1st class RA 09264 2004-03-10 2004-07-10
Iligan Lanao del Norte Rehiyon 10 308,046 813.37 378.73 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 00525 1950-06-16 1950-06-16
Marawi Lanao del Sur ARMM 177,391 87.55 2026.17 Component 4th class CA 592 1940-08-19[13] 1940-08-19
Ormoc Leyte Rehiyon 08 177,524 613.60 289.32 Independent component 1st class RA 00179 1947-06-21[14] 1947-09-04
Tacloban Leyte Rehiyon 08 217,199 201.72 1076.74 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 00760 1952-06-20[15] 1952-06-20
Cotabato City Maguindanao Rehiyon 12 259,153 176.00 1472.46 Independent component 2nd class RA 02364 1959-06-20 1959-06-20
Masbate City Masbate Rehiyon 05 81,585 188.00 433.96 Component 4th class RA 08807 2000-08-16 2000-09-30
Oroquieta Misamis Occidental Rehiyon 10 65,349 237.88 274.71 Component 4th class RA 05518 1969-06-21 1970-01-01
Ozamiz Misamis Occidental Rehiyon 10 123,137 169.95 724.55 Component 3rd class RA 00321 1948-06-19[16] 1948-06-19
Tangub Misamis Occidental Rehiyon 10 56,644 162.78 347.98 Component 4th class RA 05131 1967-06-17[17] 1967-06-17
Cagayan de Oro Misamis Oriental Rehiyon 10 553,966 412.80 1341.97 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 00521 1950-06-15[18] 1950-06-15
Gingoog Misamis Oriental Rehiyon 10 112,247 568.44 197.46 Component 2nd class RA 02668 1960-06-18 1960-06-18
Bacolod Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 499,497 162.67 3070.62 Highly urbanized 1st class CA 326 1938-06-18[19] 1938-06-18
Bago Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 159,933 401.20 398.64 Component 2nd class RA 04382 1965-06-19[20] 1966-01-01
Cadiz Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 150,750 524.57 287.38 Component 2nd class RA 04894 1967-06-17[21] 1967-06-17
Escalante Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 92,035 192.76 477.46 Component 5th class RA 09014 2001-02-28 2001-03-31
Himamaylan Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 102,014 367.04 277.94 Component 4th class RA 09028 2001-03-05 2001-03-31
Kabankalan Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 166,970 697.35 239.44 Component 1st class RA 08297 1997-06-06 1997-08-02
La Carlota Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 63,584 137.29 463.14 Component 4th class RA 04585 1965-06-19 1966-01-22
Sagay Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 140,511 425.35 361 Component 2nd class RA 08192 1996-06-11 1996-08-10
San Carlos Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 129,809 451.50 287.51 Component 2nd class RA 02643 1960-06-18 1960-06-18
Silay Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 120,365 214.80 560.36 Component 3rd class RA 01621 1957-06-12 1957-06-12
Sipalay Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 67,211 379.78 176.97 Component 4th class RA 09027 2001-03-05 2001-03-31
Talisay Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 96,444 201.18 479.39 Component 3rd class RA 08489 1998-02-11 1998-03-21
Victorias Negros Occidental Rehiyon 06 88,149 133.92 658.22 Component 3rd class RA 08488 1998-02-11 1998-03-21
Bais Negros Oriental Rehiyon 07 74,702 319.64 233.71 Component 3rd class RA 05444 1968-09-01 1968-09-01
Bayawan Negros Oriental Rehiyon 07 110,250 699.08 157.71 Component 3rd class RA 08983 2000-12-05 2000-12-23
Canlaon Negros Oriental Rehiyon 07 50,208 170.93 293.73 Component 4th class RA 03445 1961-06-18 1961-06-18
Dumaguete Negros Oriental Rehiyon 07 116,392 33.62 3461.99 Component 1st class RA 00327 1948-06-15[22] 1948-06-15
Tanjay Negros Oriental Rehiyon 07 78,539 267.05 294.1 Component 4th class RA 09026 2001-03-05 2001-03-31
Cabanatuan Nueva Ecija Rehiyon 03 259,267 282.75 916.95 Component 1st class RA 00526 1950-06-15 1950-07-14
Gapan Nueva Ecija Rehiyon 03 98,795 164.44 600.8 Component 4th class RA 09022 2001-03-05 2001-08-25
Muñoz Nueva Ecija Rehiyon 03 71,669 439.55 440 Component 5th class RA 08977 2000-11-07 2000-12-09
Palayan [27] Nueva Ecija Rehiyon 03 32,790 101.40 323.37 Component 5th class RA 04475 1965-06-19 1965-06-19
San Jose Nueva Ecija Rehiyon 03 122,353 185.99 657.85 Component 3rd class RA 06051 1969-08-04 1969-08-04
Calapan Oriental Mindoro Rehiyon 04-B 116,976 250.06 467.79 Component 3rd class RA 08475 1998-02-02 1998-03-21
Puerto Princesa Palawan Rehiyon 04-B 210,508 2,381.02 88.41 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 05906 1969-06-21[23] 1969-06-21
Angeles [28] Pampanga Rehiyon 03 314,493 60.27 4745.63 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 03700 1963-06-22 1964-01-01
San Fernando Pampanga Rehiyon 03 269,365 67.74 3976.45 Component 1st class RA 08990 2001-01-26 2001-02-04
Alaminos Pangasinan Rehiyon 01 79,788 164.26 485.74 Component 5th class RA 09025 2001-03-05 2001-03-28
Dagupan Pangasinan Rehiyon 01 149,554 37.30 4009.49 Independent component 2nd class RA 00170 1947-06-20[24] 1947-06-20
San Carlos Pangasinan Rehiyon 01 161,884 169.03 957.72 Component 3rd class RA 04487 1965-06-19 1966-01-01
Urdaneta Pangasinan Rehiyon 01 120,785 100.26 1204.72 Component 2nd class RA 08480 1998-01-10 1998-03-21
Lucena Quezon Rehiyon 04-A 236,390 80.21 2947.14 Highly urbanized 2nd class RA 03271 1961-06-17[25] 1961-06-17
Antipolo Rizal Rehiyon 04-A 633,971 306.10 2071.12 Component 1st class RA 08508 1998-02-13 1998-04-04
Calbayog Samar (Western) Rehiyon 08 163,657 880.74 185.82 Component 1st class
Catbalogan Samar (Western) Rehiyon 08 92,454 274.22 337.15 Component 4th class RA 00328 1948-07-15[26] 1948-07-15
Sorsogon City Sorsogon Rehiyon 05 151,454 276.11 548.53 Component 4th class RA 08806 2000-08-16 2000-12-16
General Santos South Cotabato Rehiyon 12 529,542 492.86 1074.43 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 05412 1968-06-15 1968-06-15
Koronadal South Cotabato Rehiyon 12 149,622 277.00 540.15 Component 3rd class RA 08803 2000-08-16 2000-10-08
Maasin Southern Leyte Rehiyon 08 79,737 211.71 376.63 Component 4th class RA 08796 2000-07-11 2000-08-10
Tacurong Sultan Kudarat Rehiyon 12 82,546 153.40 538.11 Component 4th class RA 08805 2000-08-16 2000-09-18
Surigao City Surigao del Norte Rehiyon 13 132,151 245.30 538.73 Component 2nd class RA 06134 1970-08-31 1970-08-31
Bislig Surigao del Sur Rehiyon 13 102,009 331.80 307.44 Component 2nd class RA 08804 2000-08-16 2000-09-18
Tarlac City Tarlac Rehiyon 03 314,155 274.66 1143.8 Component 1st class RA 08593 1998-03-12 1998-04-19
Olongapo Zambales Rehiyon 03 227,270 185.00 1228.49 Highly urbanized 1st class RA 04645 1966-06-01 1966-06-01
Dapitan Zamboanga del Norte Rehiyon 09 72,792 390.53 186.39 Component 3rd class RA 03811 1963-06-22 1963-06-22
Dipolog Zamboanga del Norte Rehiyon 09 113,118 241.13 469.12 Component 3rd class RA 05520 1969-06-21 1970-01-01
Pagadian Zamboanga del Sur Rehiyon 09 161,312 378.80 425.85 Component 2nd class RA 05478 1969-06-21 1969-06-21
Zamboanga City Zamboanga del Sur Rehiyon 09 774,407 1,414.70 547.4 Highly urbanized 1st class CA 039 1936-10-12[27] 1936-10-12

Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. Executive Summary of the 1999 Annual Audit Report on the City Government of Pasay. Pasay City was formally inaugurated as Rizal City, but renamed back to Pasay by virtue of RA 437 on June 7, 1950.
  2. Butuan City. Butuan City was formally inaugurated on August 2, 1950.
  3. Modern Times. Lipa City was formally inaugurated on August 31, 1947.
  4. Iriga City Profile. Iriga City was formally organized and inaugurated on September 3, 1968.
  5. Roxas City now 56 years old. Roxas City was formally organized on May 12, 1951, by virtue of President Elpidio Quirino's Executive Order No. 438.
  6. Implementation and Replication of the Sustainable Cities Programme Process at City and National Level. Cavite City was formally inaugurated on September 9, 1940.
  7. The Law Creating the City of Cebu. Cebu City was formally inaugurated on February 24, 1937.
  8. History of the City. The town of Opon was formally inaugurated as Lapu-Lapu City on December 31, 1961.
  9. Mantawi: A Festival of History. Mandaue City was formally inaugurated on August 30, 1969.
  10. Davao City History. Davao City was formally inaugurated on March 1, 1937.
  11. Iloilo Trivia. Iloilo City was formally inaugurated on August 25, 1937.
  12. San Pablo City - History. San Pablo City was formally inaugurated on March 30, 1941.
  13. Marawi City: The Least Populated Highly Urbanized City. Formally inaugurated as the City of Dansalan only on September 30, 1950, ten years after it gained cityhood. The city was renamed to Marawi on June 16, 1956 by virtue of R.A. 1552.
  14. Ormoc City Profile. Ormoc City was formally inaugurated on October 20, 1947.
  15. National Historical Institute - Today in History. Tacloban City was formally organized and inaugurated on June 12, 1953.
  16. REGION 10 - CAGAYAN DE ORO TOURISM SITUATIONER 06. The town of Misamis was formally inaugurated as Ozamiz City on July 16, 1948.
  17. Tangub - Brief History. Tangub City was formally inaugurated on February 28, 1967.
  18. A brief history of Cagayan de Oro. Prior to gaining cityhood, Cagayan de Oro was named Cagayan de Misamis.
  19. Barangay Alangilan. Bacolod City was formally inaugurated on October 12, 1938.
  20. Bago City Profile. Bago City was formally inaugurated on February 19, 1966.
  21. Cadiz City - Brief History. Cadiz City was formally inaugurated on July 4, 1967.
  22. Dumaguete City Profile (archived from the original on 2007-09-27). Dumaguete City was inaugurated on November 24, 1948.
  23. Implementation and Replication of the Sustainable Cities Programme Process at City and National Level. Puerto Princesa was formally inaugurated on January 1, 1970.
  24. Dagupan becomes a city. Dagupan City was formally inaugurated on January 1, 1948.
  25. Lucena City History. Lucena City was formally inaugurated on August 19, 1962 to coincide with the late Manuel L. Quezon's birthday.
  26. Calbayog: Its History and Religion. Calbayog City was formally inaugurated on October 16, 1948.
  27. Zamboanga City - Political and Cultural History. Zamboanga City was formally inaugurated on February 26, 1937.