Talaan ng mga lungsod sa Pilipinas

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Ang sumusunod ay isang talaan ng kinartang mga lungsod sa Pilipinas. Nakauri ang mga lungsod ng Pilipinas sa tatlong mga pangkat: Mataas na Urbanisadong mga Lungsod (Highly Urbanized Cities; HUC), Malayang Nakapaloob na mga Lungsod (Independent Component Cities; ICC), at Nakapaloob na mga Lungsod (Component Cities; CC).

Mga uri[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Ang Mataas na Urbanisadong mga Lungsod ay mga yunit ng lokal na pamahalaan na hiwalay sa mga lalawigan at may populasyong hindi bababa sa 200,000 at taunang kita na hindi bababa sa 50 milyon (sa halagang umiiral noong 1991). Ang Malayang Nakapaloob na mga Lungsod ay mga lungsod sa labas ng pamamahala ng mga lalawigan (bagamat ang ilan ay pinapahintulutang lumahok sa halalan ng mga opisyal ng pamahalaan) na hindi pa natatamo ang katayuang 'mataas na urbanisado', habang ang Nakapaloob na mga Lungsod ay yaong nasa pamamahala ng mga lalwigan.[1] Bilang karagdagan, bawat lungsod ay ibinukod sa anim na mga kaurian sa kita ayon sa kita sa loob ng apat na taong panahon. Halimbawa, ang Unang Klaseng mga lungsod ay may kitang hindi bababa sa 400 milyon, habang ang Ika-anim na Klaseng mga lungsod ay may kitang hindi hihigit sa 80 milyon sa loob ng apat na taon.

Bawat lungsod ay pinamamahala sa kapuwa Kodigo ng Lokal na Pamahalaan ng 1991[2] at ang sariling kartang munisipal ng lungsod, sa ilalim ng mga batas ng Republika ng Pilipinas.

Mapa[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Mapa ng Pilipinas na pinapaki ang mga lokasyon ng 146 na lungsod nito.
Alaminos
Angeles
Antipolo
Bacolod
Bacoor
Bago
Baguio
Bais
Balanga
Batac
Batangas City
Bayawan
Baybay
Bayugan
Biñan
Bislig
Bogo
Borongan
Butuan
Cabadbaran
Cabanatuan
Cabuyao
Cadiz
Cagayan de Oro
Calamba
Calapan
Calbayog
Caloocan
Candon
Canlaon
Carcar
Catbalogan
Cauayan
Cavite City
Cebu City
Cotabato City
Dagupan
Danao
Dapitan
Dasmariñas
Davao City
Digos
Dipolog
Dumaguete
El Salvador
Escalante
Gapan
General Santos
General Trias
Gingoog
Guihulngan
Himamaylan
Ilagan
Iligan
Iloilo City
Imus
Iriga
Isabela
Kabankalan
Kidapawan
Koronadal
La Carlota
Lamitan
Laoag
Lapu-Lapu
Las Piñas
Legazpi
Ligao
Lipa
Lucena
Maasin
Mabalacat
Makati
Malabon
Malaybalay
Malolos
Mandaluyong
Mandaue
Manila
Marawi
Marikina
Masbate City
Mati
Meycauayan
Muñoz
Muntinlupa
Naga
Naga
Navotas
Olongapo
Ormoc
Oroquieta
Ozamiz
Pagadian
Palayan
Panabo
Parañaque
Pasay
Pasig
Passi
Puerto Princesa
Quezon City
Roxas
Sagay
Samal
San Carlos (Negros Occidental)
San Carlos (Pangasinan)
San Fernando (La Union)
San Fernando (Pampanga)
San Jose
San Jose del Monte
San Juan
San Pablo
San Pedro
Santa Rosa
Santiago
Santo Tomas
Silay
Sipalay
Sorsogon City
Surigao City
Tabaco
Tabuk
Tacloban
Tacurong
Tagaytay
Tagbilaran
Taguig
Tagum
Talisay (Cebu)
Talisay (Negros Occidental)
Tanauan
Tandag
Tangub
Tanjay
Tarlac City
Tayabas
Toledo
Trece Martires
Tuguegarao
Urdaneta
Valencia
Valenzuela
Victorias
Vigan
Zamboanga City
Lokasyon ng 146 na lungsod ng Pilipinas

Talaan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Mayroong 146 na mga lungsod magmula noong Setyembre 7, 2019.[3] Tatlumpu't-tatlo sa kanila ay mga Mataas na Urbanisado (Highly Urbanized; HUC), lima ay Malayang Nakapaloob (Independent Component; ICC), habang ang iba ay mga nakapaloob (component; CC) sa kani-kanilang mga lalawigan. Kung mayroon, maaring mabisitahan ang mga dokumento ng karta ng lungsod sa pamamagitan ng pag-klik sa kaugnay na panlabas na link (CA ay tumutukoy sa Batas Komonwelt, RA sa Batas Republika).

Lungsod Populasyon
(2015)[4]
Lawak[5][i] Kapal ng
populasyon
(2015)
Lalawigan[5][ii] Rehiyon Ligal na
klase[6]
Karta[iii] Petsa ng
pag-aproba[iv] pagratipika[v]
16°09′23″N 119°58′49″E / 16.1565°N 119.9804°E / 16.1565; 119.9804 (Alaminos) Alaminos 89,708 164.26 km2
(63.42 mi kuw)
550/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
Pangasinan I CC RA 09025[7] 5 Mar 2001[7] 28 Mar 2001[8]
15°08′24″N 120°35′16″E / 15.1399°N 120.5879°E / 15.1399; 120.5879 (Angeles) Angeles 411,634[vi] 60.27 km2
(23.27 mi kuw)
6,200/km2
(16,000/sq mi)
Pampanga III HUC RA 03700[9] 22 Hun 1963[9] 1 Ene 1964
14°35′13″N 121°10′33″E / 14.5870°N 121.1758°E / 14.5870; 121.1758 (Antipolo) Antipolo 776,386 306.10 km2
(118.19 mi kuw)
2,500/km2
(6,500/sq mi)
Rizal IV-A CC RA 08508[10] 13 Peb 1998[10] 4 Abr 1998
10°40′34″N 122°57′05″E / 10.6762°N 122.9513°E / 10.6762; 122.9513 (Bacolod) Bacolod 561,875 162.67 km2
(62.81 mi kuw)
3,500/km2
(9,100/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI HUC CA 326[11] 18 Hun 1938[12] 19 Okt 1938[13]
14°27′34″N 120°56′24″E / 14.4594°N 120.9401°E / 14.4594; 120.9401 (Bacoor) Bacoor 600,609 46.17 km2
(17.83 mi kuw)
13,000/km2
(34,000/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC RA 10160[14] 10 Abr 2012[14] 23 Hun 2012[15]
10°32′24″N 122°50′09″E / 10.5401°N 122.8357°E / 10.5401; 122.8357 (Bago) Bago 170,981 401.20 km2
(154.90 mi kuw)
430/km2
(1,100/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 04382[16] 19 Hun 1965[16] 19 Peb 1966[17]
16°24′43″N 120°35′36″E / 16.4120°N 120.5933°E / 16.4120; 120.5933 (Baguio) Baguio 345,366 57.51 km2
(22.20 mi kuw)
6,000/km2
(16,000/sq mi)
Benguet CAR HUC Act 1963 1 Set 1909 1 Set 1909
9°35′29″N 123°07′17″E / 9.5914°N 123.1213°E / 9.5914; 123.1213 (Bais) Bais 76,291 319.64 km2
(123.41 mi kuw)
240/km2
(620/sq mi)
Negros Oriental VII CC RA 05444[18] 9 Set 1968[18] 9 Set 1968
14°40′46″N 120°32′27″E / 14.6795°N 120.5409°E / 14.6795; 120.5409 (Balanga) Balanga 96,061 111.63 km2
(43.10 mi kuw)
860/km2
(2,200/sq mi)
Bataan III CC RA 08984[19] 5 Dis 2000[19] 30 Dis 2000
18°03′24″N 120°33′50″E / 18.0566°N 120.5639°E / 18.0566; 120.5639 (Batac) Batac 55,201 161.06 km2
(62.19 mi kuw)
340/km2
(880/sq mi)
Ilocos Norte I CC RA 09407[20] 24 Mar 2007[20] 23 Hun 2007[21]
13°45′22″N 121°03′28″E / 13.7561°N 121.0577°E / 13.7561; 121.0577 (Batangas City) Lungsod ng Batangas 329,874 282.96 km2
(109.25 mi kuw)
1,200/km2
(3,100/sq mi)
Batangas IV-A CC RA 05495[22] 21 Hun 1969[22] 21 Hun 1969
9°22′00″N 122°48′20″E / 9.3668°N 122.8055°E / 9.3668; 122.8055 (Bayawan) Bayawan 117,900 699.08 km2
(269.92 mi kuw)
170/km2
(440/sq mi)
Negros Oriental VII CC RA 08983[23] 5 Dis 2000[23] 23 Dis 2000
10°40′38″N 124°47′49″E / 10.6771°N 124.7970°E / 10.6771; 124.7970 (Baybay) Baybay 109,432 459.30 km2
(177.34 mi kuw)
240/km2
(620/sq mi)
Leyte VIII CC RA 09389[24] 15 Mar 2007[24] 16 Hun 2007[25]
8°42′51″N 125°44′53″E / 8.7143°N 125.7481°E / 8.7143; 125.7481 (Bayugan) Bayugan 103,202 688.77 km2
(265.94 mi kuw)
150/km2
(390/sq mi)
Agusan del Sur XIII CC RA 09405[26] 23 Mar 2007[26] 20 Hun 2007[25]
14°20′19″N 121°05′01″E / 14.3385°N 121.0835°E / 14.3385; 121.0835 (Biñan) Biñan 333,028 43.50 km2
(16.80 mi kuw)
7,700/km2
(20,000/sq mi)
Laguna IV-A CC RA 09740[27] 30 Okt 2009[27] 2 Peb 2010[28]
8°12′42″N 126°19′00″E / 8.2116°N 126.3166°E / 8.2116; 126.3166 (Bislig) Bislig 94,535 331.80 km2
(128.11 mi kuw)
280/km2
(730/sq mi)
Surigao del Sur XIII CC RA 08804[29] 16 Ago 2000[29] 18 Set 2000
11°03′11″N 124°00′40″E / 11.0530°N 124.0110°E / 11.0530; 124.0110 (Bogo) Bogo 78,120 103.52 km2
(39.97 mi kuw)
750/km2
(1,900/sq mi)
Cebu VII CC RA 09390[30] 15 Mar 2007[30] 16 Hun 2007[25]
11°36′31″N 125°26′07″E / 11.6085°N 125.4353°E / 11.6085; 125.4353 (Borongan) Borongan 69,297 475.00 km2
(183.40 mi kuw)
150/km2
(390/sq mi)
Eastern Samar VIII CC RA 09394[31] 16 Mar 2007[31] 20 Hun 2007[25]
8°57′12″N 125°31′44″E / 8.9534°N 125.5288°E / 8.9534; 125.5288 (Butuan) Butuan 337,063 816.62 km2
(315.30 mi kuw)
410/km2
(1,100/sq mi)
Agusan del Norte XIII HUC RA 00523[32] 15 Hun 1950[32] 2 Ago 1950[33]
9°07′17″N 125°31′59″E / 9.1214°N 125.5330°E / 9.1214; 125.5330 (Cabadbaran) Cabadbaran 73,639 214.44 km2
(82.80 mi kuw)
340/km2
(880/sq mi)
Agusan del Norte XIII CC RA 09434[34] 12 Abr 2007[34] 28 Hul 2007[35]
15°29′21″N 120°58′09″E / 15.4891°N 120.9693°E / 15.4891; 120.9693 (Cabanatuan) Cabanatuan 302,231 192.29 km2
(74.24 mi kuw)
1,600/km2
(4,100/sq mi)
Nueva Ecija III CC RA 00526[36] 16 Hun 1950[36] 24 Hul 1950[37]
14°16′46″N 121°07′25″E / 14.2795°N 121.1235°E / 14.2795; 121.1235 (Cabuyao) Cabuyao 308,745 43.40 km2
(16.76 mi kuw)
7,100/km2
(18,000/sq mi)
Laguna IV-A CC RA 10163[38] 16 May 2012[38] 4 Ago 2012[39]
10°56′46″N 123°17′49″E / 10.9462°N 123.2970°E / 10.9462; 123.2970 (Cadiz) Cadiz 154,723 524.57 km2
(202.54 mi kuw)
290/km2
(750/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 04894[40] 17 Hun 1967[40] 4 Hul 1967[41]
8°28′35″N 124°38′29″E / 8.4763°N 124.6415°E / 8.4763; 124.6415 (Cagayan de Oro) Cagayan de Oro 675,950 412.80 km2
(159.38 mi kuw)
1,600/km2
(4,100/sq mi)
Misamis Oriental X HUC RA 00521[42] 15 Hun 1950[42] 15 Hun 1950[43]
14°12′11″N 121°09′44″E / 14.2031°N 121.1623°E / 14.2031; 121.1623 (Calamba) Calamba 454,486 149.50 km2
(57.72 mi kuw)
3,000/km2
(7,800/sq mi)
Laguna IV-A CC RA 09024[44] 5 Mar 2001[44] 21 Abr 2001
13°24′25″N 121°10′40″E / 13.4070°N 121.1778°E / 13.4070; 121.1778 (Calapan) Calapan 133,893 250.06 km2
(96.55 mi kuw)
540/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
Oriental Mindoro Mimaropa CC RA 08475[45] 2 Peb 1998[45] 21 Mar 1998
12°04′01″N 124°35′41″E / 12.0669°N 124.5946°E / 12.0669; 124.5946 (Calbayog) Calbayog 183,851 880.74 km2
(340.06 mi kuw)
210/km2
(540/sq mi)
Samar VIII CC RA 00328[46] 15 Hul 1948[46] 16 Okt 1948[47]
14°39′26″N 120°59′03″E / 14.6571°N 120.9841°E / 14.6571; 120.9841 (Caloocan) Caloocan 1,583,978 53.33 km2
(20.59 mi kuw)
30,000/km2
(78,000/sq mi)
none[vii] NCR HUC RA 03278[48] 17 Hun 1961[48] 16 Peb 1962
17°11′29″N 120°26′52″E / 17.1914°N 120.4477°E / 17.1914; 120.4477 (Candon) Candon 60,623 103.28 km2
(39.88 mi kuw)
590/km2
(1,500/sq mi)
Ilocos Sur I CC RA 09018[49] 5 Mar 2001[49] 28 Mar 2001
10°23′11″N 123°13′28″E / 10.3865°N 123.2245°E / 10.3865; 123.2245 (Canlaon) Canlaon 54,509 170.93 km2
(66.00 mi kuw)
320/km2
(830/sq mi)
Negros Oriental VII CC RA 03445[50] 18 Hun 1961[50] 18 Hun 1961
10°06′16″N 123°38′51″E / 10.1044°N 123.6474°E / 10.1044; 123.6474 (Carcar) Carcar 119,664 116.78 km2
(45.09 mi kuw)
1,000/km2
(2,600/sq mi)
Cebu VII CC RA 09436[51] 15 Abr 2007[51] 1 Hul 2007[35]
11°46′31″N 124°52′58″E / 11.7753°N 124.8829°E / 11.7753; 124.8829 (Catbalogan) Catbalogan 103,879 274.22 km2
(105.88 mi kuw)
380/km2
(980/sq mi)
Samar VIII CC RA 09391[52] 15 Mar 2007[52] 16 Hun 2007[25]
16°56′03″N 121°46′00″E / 16.9343°N 121.7666°E / 16.9343; 121.7666 (Cauayan) Cauayan 129,523 336.40 km2
(129.88 mi kuw)
390/km2
(1,000/sq mi)
Isabela II CC RA 09017[53] 28 Peb 2001[53] 28 Mar 2001
14°28′55″N 120°54′32″E / 14.4820°N 120.9089°E / 14.4820; 120.9089 (Cavite City) Lungsod ng Cavite 102,806 10.89 km2
(4.20 mi kuw)
9,400/km2
(24,000/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC CA 547[54] 26 May 1940[37] 26 May 1940[37]
10°18′32″N 123°53′35″E / 10.3090°N 123.8930°E / 10.3090; 123.8930 (Cebu City) Lungsod ng Cebu 922,611 315.00 km2
(121.62 mi kuw)
2,900/km2
(7,500/sq mi)
Cebu VII HUC CA 058[55] 20 Okt 1936 4 Peb 1937[56]
7°11′49″N 124°14′06″E / 7.1970°N 124.2351°E / 7.1970; 124.2351 (Cotabato City) Lungsod ng Cotabato 299,438 176.00 km2
(67.95 mi kuw)
1,700/km2
(4,400/sq mi)
Maguindanao XII ICC RA 02364[57] 20 Hun 1959[57] 20 Hun 1959
16°02′33″N 120°20′15″E / 16.0424°N 120.3375°E / 16.0424; 120.3375 (Dagupan) Dagupan 171,271 37.23 km2
(14.37 mi kuw)
4,600/km2
(12,000/sq mi)
Pangasinan I ICC RA 00170[58] 20 Hun 1947[58] 20 Hun 1947[59]
10°31′14″N 124°01′37″E / 10.5205°N 124.0269°E / 10.5205; 124.0269 (Danao) Danao 136,471 107.30 km2
(41.43 mi kuw)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
Cebu VII CC RA 03028[60] 7 Hun 1961[60] 7 Hun 1961
8°39′22″N 123°25′39″E / 8.6562°N 123.4274°E / 8.6562; 123.4274 (Dapitan) Dapitan 82,418 390.53 km2
(150.78 mi kuw)
210/km2
(540/sq mi)
Zamboanga del Norte IX CC RA 03811[61] 22 Hun 1963[61] 22 Hun 1963
14°19′37″N 120°56′13″E / 14.3270°N 120.9370°E / 14.3270; 120.9370 (Dasmariñas) Dasmariñas 659,019 90.13 km2
(34.80 mi kuw)
7,300/km2
(19,000/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC RA 09723[62] 15 Okt 2009[62] 25 Nob 2009[63]
7°03′50″N 125°36′30″E / 7.0639°N 125.6083°E / 7.0639; 125.6083 (Davao City) Lungsod ng Davao 1,632,991 2,443.61 km2
(943.48 mi kuw)
670/km2
(1,700/sq mi)
Davao del Sur XI HUC CA 051[64] 16 Okt 1936[65] 1 Mar 1937[65]
6°44′39″N 125°21′23″E / 6.7443°N 125.3565°E / 6.7443; 125.3565 (Digos) Digos 169,393 287.10 km2
(110.85 mi kuw)
590/km2
(1,500/sq mi)
Davao del Sur XI CC RA 08798[66] 15 Hun 2000[66] 8 Set 2000
8°34′58″N 123°20′25″E / 8.5827°N 123.3402°E / 8.5827; 123.3402 (Dipolog) Dipolog 130,759 241.13 km2
(93.10 mi kuw)
540/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
Zamboanga del Norte IX CC RA 05520[67] 21 Hun 1969[67] 1 Ene 1970
9°18′19″N 123°18′29″E / 9.3054°N 123.3080°E / 9.3054; 123.3080 (Dumaguete) Dumaguete 131,377 33.62 km2
(12.98 mi kuw)
3,900/km2
(10,000/sq mi)
Negros Oriental VII CC RA 00327[68] 15 Hul 1948[68] 24 Nob 1948[69]
8°31′58″N 124°34′11″E / 8.5328°N 124.5698°E / 8.5328; 124.5698 (El Salvador) El Salvador 50,204 106.15 km2
(40.98 mi kuw)
470/km2
(1,200/sq mi)
Misamis Oriental X CC RA 09435[70] 12 Abr 2007[70] 27 Hun 2007[25]
10°50′28″N 123°29′57″E / 10.8412°N 123.4992°E / 10.8412; 123.4992 (Escalante) Escalante 94,070 192.76 km2
(74.43 mi kuw)
490/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 09014[71] 28 Peb 2001[71] 31 Mar 2001
15°17′52″N 120°57′24″E / 15.2977°N 120.9566°E / 15.2977; 120.9566 (Gapan) Gapan 110,303 164.44 km2
(63.49 mi kuw)
670/km2
(1,700/sq mi)
Nueva Ecija III CC RA 09022[72] 5 Mar 2001[72] 25 Ago 2001
6°06′50″N 125°10′18″E / 6.1139°N 125.1717°E / 6.1139; 125.1717 (General Santos) General Santos 594,446 492.86 km2
(190.29 mi kuw)
1,200/km2
(3,100/sq mi)
South Cotabato XII HUC RA 05412[73] 15 Hun 1968[73] 15 Hun 1968
14°23′10″N 120°52′50″E / 14.3862°N 120.8805°E / 14.3862; 120.8805 (General Trias) General Trias 314,303 81.46 km2
(31.45 mi kuw)
3,900/km2
(10,000/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC RA 10675[74] 19 Ago 2015[74] 12 Dis 2015[75]
8°49′27″N 125°06′15″E / 8.8242°N 125.1041°E / 8.8242; 125.1041 (Gingoog) Gingoog 124,648 568.44 km2
(219.48 mi kuw)
220/km2
(570/sq mi)
Misamis Oriental X CC RA 02668[76] 18 Hun 1960[76] 18 Hun 1960
10°07′12″N 123°16′22″E / 10.1199°N 123.2728°E / 10.1199; 123.2728 (Guihulngan) Guihulngan 95,969 388.56 km2
(150.02 mi kuw)
250/km2
(650/sq mi)
Negros Oriental VII CC RA 09409[77] 24 Mar 2007[77] 14 Hul 2007[35]
10°05′32″N 122°52′21″E / 10.0921°N 122.8725°E / 10.0921; 122.8725 (Himamaylan) Himamaylan 106,880 367.04 km2
(141.71 mi kuw)
290/km2
(750/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 09028[78] 5 Mar 2001[78] 31 Mar 2001
17°08′39″N 121°53′20″E / 17.1442°N 121.8889°E / 17.1442; 121.8889 (Ilagan) Ilagan 145,568 1,166.26 km2
(450.30 mi kuw)
120/km2
(310/sq mi)
Isabela II CC RA 10169[79] 21 Hun 2012[79] 11 Ago 2012[39]
8°13′43″N 124°14′17″E / 8.2286°N 124.2381°E / 8.2286; 124.2381 (Iligan) Iligan 342,618 813.37 km2
(314.04 mi kuw)
420/km2
(1,100/sq mi)
Lanao del Norte X HUC RA 00525[80] 16 Hun 1950[80] 16 Hun 1950
10°42′09″N 122°34′08″E / 10.7024°N 122.5690°E / 10.7024; 122.5690 (Iloilo City) Lungsod ng Iloilo 447,992 78.34 km2
(30.25 mi kuw)
5,700/km2
(15,000/sq mi)
Iloilo VI HUC CA 057 20 Okt 1936 25 Ago 1937[81]
14°25′08″N 120°55′52″E / 14.4189°N 120.9312°E / 14.4189; 120.9312 (Imus) Imus 403,785 64.70 km2
(24.98 mi kuw)
6,200/km2
(16,000/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC RA 10161[82] 10 Abr 2012[82] 30 Hun 2012[83]
13°25′20″N 123°24′46″E / 13.4222°N 123.4129°E / 13.4222; 123.4129 (Iriga) Iriga 111,757 137.35 km2
(53.03 mi kuw)
810/km2
(2,100/sq mi)
Camarines Sur V CC RA 05261[84] 15 Hun 1968[84] 3 Set 1968[85]
6°42′20″N 121°58′21″E / 6.7055°N 121.9726°E / 6.7055; 121.9726 (Isabela) Isabela 112,788 223.73 km2
(86.38 mi kuw)
500/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
Basilan IX CC RA 09023[86] 5 Mar 2001[86] 25 Abr 2001
9°59′25″N 122°48′59″E / 9.9904°N 122.8164°E / 9.9904; 122.8164 (Kabankalan) Kabankalan 181,977 697.35 km2
(269.25 mi kuw)
260/km2
(670/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 08297[87] 6 Hun 1997[87] 2 Ago 1997
7°00′30″N 125°05′30″E / 7.0083°N 125.0916°E / 7.0083; 125.0916 (Kidapawan) Kidapawan 140,195 358.47 km2
(138.41 mi kuw)
390/km2
(1,000/sq mi)
Cotabato XII CC RA 08500[88] 12 Peb 1998[88] 22 Mar 1998
6°30′01″N 124°50′37″E / 6.5003°N 124.8435°E / 6.5003; 124.8435 (Koronadal) Koronadal 174,942 277.00 km2
(106.95 mi kuw)
630/km2
(1,600/sq mi)
South Cotabato XII CC RA 08803[89] 16 Ago 2000[89] 8 Okt 2000
10°25′31″N 122°55′21″E / 10.4253°N 122.9224°E / 10.4253; 122.9224 (La Carlota) La Carlota 64,469 137.29 km2
(53.01 mi kuw)
470/km2
(1,200/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 04585[90] 19 Hun 1965[90] 22 Ene 1966
6°39′29″N 122°08′13″E / 6.6580°N 122.1370°E / 6.6580; 122.1370 (Lamitan) Lamitan 74,782 354.45 km2
(136.85 mi kuw)
210/km2
(540/sq mi)
Basilan BARMM CC RA 09393[91] 15 Mar 2007[91] 18 Hun 2007[25]
18°11′50″N 120°35′37″E / 18.1973°N 120.5935°E / 18.1973; 120.5935 (Laoag) Laoag 111,125 116.08 km2
(44.82 mi kuw)
960/km2
(2,500/sq mi)
Ilocos Norte I CC RA 04584[92] 19 Hun 1965[92] 1 Ene 1966
10°17′59″N 123°58′53″E / 10.2998°N 123.9815°E / 10.2998; 123.9815 (Lapu-Lapu) Lapu‑Lapu 408,112 58.10 km2
(22.43 mi kuw)
7,000/km2
(18,000/sq mi)
Cebu VII HUC RA 03134[93] 17 Hun 1961[93] 31 Dis 1961[94]
14°28′50″N 120°58′55″E / 14.4806°N 120.9819°E / 14.4806; 120.9819 (Las Piñas) Las Piñas 588,894 32.69 km2
(12.62 mi kuw)
18,000/km2
(47,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 08251[95] 12 Peb 1997[95] 26 Mar 1997
13°08′20″N 123°44′03″E / 13.1388°N 123.7343°E / 13.1388; 123.7343 (Legazpi) Legazpi 196,639 153.70 km2
(59.34 mi kuw)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
Albay V CC RA 02234[96] 12 Hun 1959[96] 12 Hun 1959
13°14′28″N 123°32′14″E / 13.2411°N 123.5373°E / 13.2411; 123.5373 (Ligao) Ligao 111,399 246.75 km2
(95.27 mi kuw)
450/km2
(1,200/sq mi)
Albay V CC RA 09008[97] 21 Peb 2001[97] 24 Mar 2001
13°56′29″N 121°09′51″E / 13.9414°N 121.1642°E / 13.9414; 121.1642 (Lipa) Lipa 332,386 209.40 km2
(80.85 mi kuw)
1,600/km2
(4,100/sq mi)
Batangas IV-A CC RA 00162[98] 20 Hun 1947[98] 20 Hun 1947[99]
13°55′34″N 121°36′51″E / 13.9260°N 121.6141°E / 13.9260; 121.6141 (Lucena) Lucena 266,248 80.21 km2
(30.97 mi kuw)
3,300/km2
(8,500/sq mi)
Quezon IV-A HUC RA 03271[100] 17 Hun 1961[100] 19 Ago 1962[101]
10°08′01″N 124°50′46″E / 10.1335°N 124.8460°E / 10.1335; 124.8460 (Maasin) Maasin 85,560 211.71 km2
(81.74 mi kuw)
400/km2
(1,000/sq mi)
Southern Leyte VIII CC RA 08796[102] 11 Hul 2000[102] 10 Ago 2000
15°13′22″N 120°34′24″E / 15.2228°N 120.5733°E / 15.2228; 120.5733 (Mabalacat) Mabalacat 250,799[ix] 83.18 km2
(32.12 mi kuw)
3,000/km2
(7,800/sq mi)
Pampanga III CC RA 10164[103] 15 May 2012[103] 21 Hul 2012[39]
14°33′24″N 121°01′25″E / 14.5568°N 121.0235°E / 14.5568; 121.0235 (Makati) Makati 582,602[x] 21.57 km2
(8.33 mi kuw)[x]
27,000/km2
(70,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 07854[104] 2 Ene 1995[104] 4 Peb 1995
14°40′31″N 120°57′26″E / 14.6752°N 120.9573°E / 14.6752; 120.9573 (Malabon) Malabon 365,525 15.71 km2
(6.07 mi kuw)
23,000/km2
(60,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 09019[105] 5 Mar 2001[105] 21 Abr 2001
8°09′19″N 125°07′49″E / 8.1553°N 125.1304°E / 8.1553; 125.1304 (Malaybalay) Malaybalay 174,625 969.19 km2
(374.21 mi kuw)
180/km2
(470/sq mi)
Bukidnon X CC RA 08490[106] 11 Peb 1998[106] 22 Mar 1998
14°50′37″N 120°48′41″E / 14.8437°N 120.8113°E / 14.8437; 120.8113 (Malolos) Malolos 252,074 67.25 km2
(25.97 mi kuw)
3,700/km2
(9,600/sq mi)
Bulacan III CC RA 08754[107] 4 Nob 1999[107] 18 Dis 1999[108]
14°34′39″N 121°02′00″E / 14.5774°N 121.0334°E / 14.5774; 121.0334 (Mandaluyong) Mandaluyong 386,276 21.26 km2
(8.21 mi kuw)
18,000/km2
(47,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 07675[109] 9 Peb 1994[109] 10 Abr 1994
10°20′37″N 123°56′32″E / 10.3437°N 123.9422°E / 10.3437; 123.9422 (Mandaue) Mandaue 362,654 25.18 km2
(9.72 mi kuw)
14,000/km2
(36,000/sq mi)
Cebu VII HUC RA 05519[110] 21 Hun 1969[110] 30 Ago 1969[111]
14°35′26″N 120°58′48″E / 14.5906°N 120.9799°E / 14.5906; 120.9799 (Manila) Maynila 1,780,148 42.88 km2
(16.56 mi kuw)
42,000/km2
(110,000/sq mi)
none NCR HUC Act 0183[112] 31 Hul 1901[112] 31 Hul 1901
8°00′12″N 124°17′12″E / 8.0034°N 124.2866°E / 8.0034; 124.2866 (Marawi) Marawi 201,785 87.55 km2
(33.80 mi kuw)
2,300/km2
(6,000/sq mi)
Lanao del Sur BARMM CC CA 592[113] 19 Ago 1940[114] 30 Set 1950[114]
14°37′59″N 121°05′57″E / 14.6331°N 121.0993°E / 14.6331; 121.0993 (Marikina) Marikina 450,741 21.52 km2
(8.31 mi kuw)
21,000/km2
(54,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 08223[115] 6 Nob 1996[115] 7 Dis 1996
12°22′14″N 123°37′30″E / 12.3705°N 123.6249°E / 12.3705; 123.6249 (Masbate City) Lungsod ng Masbate 95,389 188.00 km2
(72.59 mi kuw)
510/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
Masbate V CC RA 08807[116] 16 Ago 2000[116] 30 Set 2000
6°57′41″N 126°12′53″E / 6.9614°N 126.2147°E / 6.9614; 126.2147 (Mati) Mati 141,141 588.63 km2
(227.27 mi kuw)
240/km2
(620/sq mi)
Davao Oriental XI CC RA 09408[117] 24 Mar 2007[117] 18 Hun 2007[25]
14°44′04″N 120°57′26″E / 14.7345°N 120.9571°E / 14.7345; 120.9571 (Meycauayan) Meycauayan 209,083 32.10 km2
(12.39 mi kuw)
6,500/km2
(17,000/sq mi)
Bulacan III CC RA 09356[118] 2 Okt 2006[118] 10 Dis 2006[119]
14°23′38″N 121°02′28″E / 14.3940°N 121.0410°E / 14.3940; 121.0410 (Muñoz) Muñoz 81,483 163.05 km2
(62.95 mi kuw)
160/km2
(410/sq mi)
Nueva Ecija III CC RA 08977[120] 7 Nob 2000[120] 9 Dis 2000
15°42′47″N 120°54′15″E / 15.7131°N 120.9041°E / 15.7131; 120.9041 (Muntinlupa) Muntinlupa 504,509 39.75 km2
(15.35 mi kuw)
13,000/km2
(34,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 07926[121] 1 Mar 1995[121] 8 May 1995
13°37′26″N 123°11′06″E / 13.6240°N 123.1850°E / 13.6240; 123.1850 (Naga) Naga 196,003 84.48 km2
(32.62 mi kuw)
2,300/km2
(6,000/sq mi)
Camarines Sur V ICC RA 00305[122] 18 Hun 1948[122] 18 Hun 1948
10°12′33″N 123°45′24″E / 10.2093°N 123.7567°E / 10.2093; 123.7567 (Naga) Naga 115,750 101.97 km2
(39.37 mi kuw)
1,100/km2
(2,800/sq mi)
Cebu VII CC RA 09491[123] 15 Hul 2007[123] 2 Set 2007[35]
14°39′25″N 120°56′52″E / 14.6569°N 120.9478°E / 14.6569; 120.9478 (Navotas) Navotas 249,463 10.77 km2
(4.16 mi kuw)
28,000/km2
(73,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 09387[124] 10 Mar 2007[124] 24 Hun 2007[25]
14°49′53″N 120°17′01″E / 14.8314°N 120.2835°E / 14.8314; 120.2835 (Olongapo) Olongapo 233,040 103.3 km2
(39.9 mi kuw)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
Zambales III HUC RA 04645[125] 1 Hun 1966[125] 1 Hun 1966
11°00′16″N 124°36′27″E / 11.0044°N 124.6075°E / 11.0044; 124.6075 (Ormoc) Ormoc 215,031 613.60 km2
(236.91 mi kuw)
350/km2
(910/sq mi)
Leyte VIII ICC RA 00179[126] 21 Hun 1947[126] 20 Okt 1947[127]
8°29′07″N 123°48′21″E / 8.4852°N 123.8059°E / 8.4852; 123.8059 (Oroquieta) Oroquieta 70,757 237.88 km2
(91.85 mi kuw)
300/km2
(780/sq mi)
Misamis Occidental X CC RA 05518[128] 21 Hun 1969[128] 1 Ene 1970
8°10′09″N 123°50′43″E / 8.1691°N 123.8454°E / 8.1691; 123.8454 (Ozamiz) Ozamiz 141,828 169.95 km2
(65.62 mi kuw)
830/km2
(2,100/sq mi)
Misamis Occidental X CC RA 00321[129] 19 Hun 1948[129] 19 Hun 1948[130]
7°49′30″N 123°26′11″E / 7.8249°N 123.4365°E / 7.8249; 123.4365 (Pagadian) Pagadian 199,060 378.80 km2
(146.26 mi kuw)
530/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
Zamboanga del Sur IX CC RA 05478[131] 21 Hun 1969[131] 21 Hun 1969
15°32′27″N 121°05′03″E / 15.5408°N 121.0842°E / 15.5408; 121.0842 (Palayan) Palayan 41,041 101.40 km2
(39.15 mi kuw)
400/km2
(1,000/sq mi)
Nueva Ecija III CC RA 04475[132] 19 Hun 1965[132] 19 Hun 1965
7°18′01″N 125°40′57″E / 7.3004°N 125.6826°E / 7.3004; 125.6826 (Panabo) Panabo 184,599 251.23 km2
(97.00 mi kuw)
730/km2
(1,900/sq mi)
Davao del Norte XI CC RA 09015[133] 28 Peb 2001[133] 31 Mar 2001
14°30′03″N 120°59′29″E / 14.5007°N 120.9915°E / 14.5007; 120.9915 (Parañaque) Parañaque 665,822 47.69 km2
(18.41 mi kuw)
14,000/km2
(36,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 08507[134] 13 Peb 1998[134] 22 Mar 1998
14°32′37″N 120°59′43″E / 14.5437°N 120.9954°E / 14.5437; 120.9954 (Pasay) Pasay 416,522 13.97 km2
(5.39 mi kuw)
30,000/km2
(78,000/sq mi)
none[vii] NCR HUC RA 00183[135] 21 Hun 1947[135] 16 Ago 1947[136]
14°33′38″N 121°04′36″E / 14.5605°N 121.0767°E / 14.5605; 121.0767 (Pasig) Pasig 755,300[xi] 31.00 km2
(11.97 mi kuw)
16,000/km2
(41,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 07829[137] 8 Dis 1994[137] 21 Ene 1995
11°07′03″N 122°38′36″E / 11.1174°N 122.6432°E / 11.1174; 122.6432 (Passi) Passi 80,544 251.39 km2
(97.06 mi kuw)
320/km2
(830/sq mi)
Iloilo VI CC RA 08469[138] 30 Ene 1998[138] 14 Mar 1998
9°44′15″N 118°44′06″E / 9.7376°N 118.7350°E / 9.7376; 118.7350 (Puerto Princesa) Puerto Princesa 255,116 2,381.02 km2
(919.32 mi kuw)
110/km2
(280/sq mi)
Palawan Mimaropa HUC RA 05906[139] 21 Hun 1969[139] 1 Ene 1970[37]
14°39′03″N 121°02′55″E / 14.6509°N 121.0486°E / 14.6509; 121.0486 (Quezon City) Lungsod Quezon 2,936,116 166.20 km2
(64.17 mi kuw)
17,000/km2
(44,000/sq mi)
none[vii] NCR HUC CA 502[140] 12 Okt 1939 12 Okt 1939
11°35′22″N 122°45′00″E / 11.5895°N 122.7500°E / 11.5895; 122.7500 (Roxas) Roxas 167,003 95.07 km2
(36.71 mi kuw)
1,800/km2
(4,700/sq mi)
Capiz VI CC RA 00603[141] 11 Abr 1951[141] 12 May 1951[142]
10°53′46″N 123°24′55″E / 10.8960°N 123.4154°E / 10.8960; 123.4154 (Sagay) Sagay 146,264 330.34 km2
(127.54 mi kuw)
440/km2
(1,100/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 08192[143] 11 Hun 1996[143] 10 Ago 1996
7°05′16″N 125°44′24″E / 7.0878°N 125.7400°E / 7.0878; 125.7400 (Samal) Samal 104,123 301.30 km2
(116.33 mi kuw)
350/km2
(910/sq mi)
Davao del Norte XI CC RA 08471[144] 30 Ene 1998[144] 7 Mar 1998
10°29′34″N 123°24′34″E / 10.4929°N 123.4094°E / 10.4929; 123.4094 (San Carlos (Negros Occidental)) San Carlos 132,536 451.50 km2
(174.33 mi kuw)
290/km2
(750/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 02643[145] 18 Hun 1960[145] 18 Hun 1960
15°55′36″N 120°20′44″E / 15.9266°N 120.3456°E / 15.9266; 120.3456 (San Carlos (Pangasinan)) San Carlos 188,571 169.03 km2
(65.26 mi kuw)
1,100/km2
(2,800/sq mi)
Pangasinan I CC RA 04487[146] 19 Hun 1965[146] 1 Ene 1966
16°37′00″N 120°19′05″E / 16.6168°N 120.3180°E / 16.6168; 120.3180 (San Fernando (La Union)) San Fernando 121,812 102.72 km2
(39.66 mi kuw)
1,200/km2
(3,100/sq mi)
La Union I CC RA 08509[147] 13 Peb 1998[147] 20 Mar 1998
15°01′42″N 120°41′38″E / 15.0283°N 120.6938°E / 15.0283; 120.6938 (San Fernando (Pampanga)) San Fernando 306,659 67.74 km2
(26.15 mi kuw)
4,500/km2
(12,000/sq mi)
Pampanga III CC RA 08990[148] 26 Ene 2001[148] 3 Peb 2001
15°47′30″N 120°59′21″E / 15.7917°N 120.9891°E / 15.7917; 120.9891 (San Jose) San Jose 139,738 185.99 km2
(71.81 mi kuw)
750/km2
(1,900/sq mi)
Nueva Ecija III CC RA 06051[149] 4 Ago 1969[149] 4 Ago 1969
14°48′40″N 121°02′57″E / 14.8110°N 121.0491°E / 14.8110; 121.0491 (San Jose del Monte) San Jose del Monte 574,089 105.53 km2
(40.75 mi kuw)
5,400/km2
(14,000/sq mi)
Bulacan III CC RA 08797[150] 15 Hul 2000[150] 10 Set 2000
14°36′17″N 121°01′48″E / 14.6047°N 121.0299°E / 14.6047; 121.0299 (San Juan) San Juan 122,180 5.95 km2
(2.30 mi kuw)
21,000/km2
(54,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 09388[151] 11 Mar 2007[151] 16 Hun 2007[25]
14°04′12″N 121°19′32″E / 14.0700°N 121.3255°E / 14.0700; 121.3255 (San Pablo) San Pablo 266,068 197.56 km2
(76.28 mi kuw)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
Laguna IV-A CC CA 520[152] 7 May 1940 30 Mar 1941[153]
14°21′49″N 121°03′11″E / 14.3636°N 121.0531°E / 14.3636; 121.0531 (San Pedro) San Pedro 325,809 24.05 km2
(9.29 mi kuw)
14,000/km2
(36,000/sq mi)
Laguna IV-A CC RA 10420[154] 27 Mar 2013[154] 28 Dis 2013[155]
14°03′02″N 121°06′36″E / 14.0505°N 121.1100°E / 14.0505; 121.1100 (Santo Tomas) Santo Tomas 179,844 95.41 km2
(36.84 mi kuw)
1,900/km2
(4,900/sq mi)
Batangas IV-A CC RA 11086[156] 5 Okt 2018[156] 7 Set 2019
14°18′51″N 121°06′44″E / 14.3143°N 121.1121°E / 14.3143; 121.1121 (Santa Rosa) Santa Rosa 353,767 54.84 km2
(21.17 mi kuw)
6,500/km2
(17,000/sq mi)
Laguna IV-A CC RA 09264[157] 10 Mar 2004[157] 10 Hul 2004[158]
16°42′14″N 121°33′50″E / 16.7040°N 121.5639°E / 16.7040; 121.5639 (Santiago) Santiago 134,830 255.50 km2
(98.65 mi kuw)
530/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
Isabela II ICC RA 07720[159] 5 May 1994[159] 3 Hul 1994
10°47′53″N 122°58′33″E / 10.7980°N 122.9757°E / 10.7980; 122.9757 (Silay) Silay 126,930 214.80 km2
(82.93 mi kuw)
590/km2
(1,500/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 01621[160] 12 Hun 1957[160] 12 Hun 1957
9°45′00″N 122°24′07″E / 9.7500°N 122.4019°E / 9.7500; 122.4019 (Sipalay) Sipalay 70,070 379.78 km2
(146.63 mi kuw)
180/km2
(470/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 09027[161] 5 Mar 2001[161] 31 Mar 2001
12°58′15″N 124°00′19″E / 12.9707°N 124.0052°E / 12.9707; 124.0052 (Sorsogon City) Lungsod ng Sorsogon 168,110 276.11 km2
(106.61 mi kuw)
610/km2
(1,600/sq mi)
Sorsogon V CC RA 08806[162] 16 Ago 2000[162] 16 Dis 2000
9°47′30″N 125°29′34″E / 9.7916°N 125.4929°E / 9.7916; 125.4929 (Surigao City) Lungsod ng Surigao 154,137 245.30 km2
(94.71 mi kuw)
630/km2
(1,600/sq mi)
Surigao del Norte XIII CC RA 06134[163] 31 Ago 1970[163] 31 Ago 1970
13°21′33″N 123°43′47″E / 13.3592°N 123.7298°E / 13.3592; 123.7298 (Tabaco) Tabaco 133,868 117.14 km2
(45.23 mi kuw)
1,100/km2
(2,800/sq mi)
Albay V CC RA 09020[164] 5 Mar 2001[164] 24 Mar 2001
17°24′49″N 121°26′38″E / 17.4136°N 121.4440°E / 17.4136; 121.4440 (Tabuk) Tabuk 110,642 700.25 km2
(270.37 mi kuw)
160/km2
(410/sq mi)
Kalinga CAR CC RA 09404[165] 23 Mar 2007[165] 23 Hun 2007[25]
11°14′35″N 125°00′29″E / 11.2430°N 125.0081°E / 11.2430; 125.0081 (Tacloban) Tacloban 242,089 201.72 km2
(77.88 mi kuw)
1,200/km2
(3,100/sq mi)
Leyte VIII HUC RA 00760[166] 20 Hun 1952[166] 12 Hun 1953[167]
6°41′18″N 124°40′43″E / 6.6884°N 124.6786°E / 6.6884; 124.6786 (Tacurong) Tacurong 98,316 153.40 km2
(59.23 mi kuw)
640/km2
(1,700/sq mi)
Sultan Kudarat XII CC RA 08805[168] 16 Ago 2000[168] 18 Set 2000
14°06′54″N 120°57′49″E / 14.1149°N 120.9635°E / 14.1149; 120.9635 (Tagaytay) Tagaytay 71,181 65.00 km2
(25.10 mi kuw)
1,100/km2
(2,800/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC CA 338[169] 21 Hun 1938[169] 21 Hun 1938
9°38′26″N 123°51′23″E / 9.6405°N 123.8565°E / 9.6405; 123.8565 (Tagbilaran) Tagbilaran 105,051 36.50 km2
(14.09 mi kuw)
2,900/km2
(7,500/sq mi)
Bohol VII CC RA 04660[170] 18 Hun 1966[170] 1 Hul 1966
14°31′36″N 121°04′28″E / 14.5266°N 121.0744°E / 14.5266; 121.0744 (Taguig) Taguig 804,915[xii] 53.67 km2
(20.72 mi kuw)[xii]
15,000/km2
(39,000/sq mi)
none[viii] NCR HUC RA 08487[171] 11 Peb 1998[171] 8 Dis 2004[172]
7°26′48″N 125°48′34″E / 7.4468°N 125.8095°E / 7.4468; 125.8095 (Tagum) Tagum 259,444 195.80 km2
(75.60 mi kuw)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
Davao del Norte XI CC RA 08472[173] 30 Ene 1998[173] 7 Mar 1998
10°14′44″N 123°50′52″E / 10.2455°N 123.8478°E / 10.2455; 123.8478 (Talisay (Cebu)) Talisay 227,645 39.87 km2
(15.39 mi kuw)
5,700/km2
(15,000/sq mi)
Cebu VII CC RA 08979[174] 22 Nob 2000[174] 30 Dis 2000
10°44′14″N 122°58′02″E / 10.7372°N 122.9673°E / 10.7372; 122.9673 (Talisay (Negros Occidental)) Talisay 102,214 201.18 km2
(77.68 mi kuw)
510/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 08489[175] 11 Peb 1998[175] 11 Peb 1998
14°05′07″N 121°09′10″E / 14.0853°N 121.1528°E / 14.0853; 121.1528 (Tanauan) Tanauan 173,366 107.16 km2
(41.37 mi kuw)
1,600/km2
(4,100/sq mi)
Batangas IV-A CC RA 09005[176] 2 Peb 2001[176] 10 Mar 2001
9°04′47″N 126°11′51″E / 9.0798°N 126.1976°E / 9.0798; 126.1976 (Tandag) Tandag 56,364 291.73 km2
(112.64 mi kuw)
190/km2
(490/sq mi)
Surigao del Sur XIII CC RA 09392[177] 15 Mar 2007[177] 23 Hun 2007[25]
8°03′45″N 123°45′02″E / 8.0625°N 123.7505°E / 8.0625; 123.7505 (Tangub) Tangub 63,011 162.78 km2
(62.85 mi kuw)
390/km2
(1,000/sq mi)
Misamis Occidental X CC RA 05131[178] 17 Hun 1967[178] 28 Peb 1968[179]
9°30′58″N 123°09′26″E / 9.5162°N 123.1573°E / 9.5162; 123.1573 (Tanjay) Tanjay 80,532 267.05 km2
(103.11 mi kuw)
300/km2
(780/sq mi)
Negros Oriental VII CC RA 09026[180] 5 Mar 2001[180] 31 Mar 2001
15°29′09″N 120°35′22″E / 15.4859°N 120.5895°E / 15.4859; 120.5895 (Tarlac City) Lungsod ng Tarlac 342,493 274.66 km2
(106.05 mi kuw)
1,200/km2
(3,100/sq mi)
Tarlac III CC RA 08593[181] 12 Mar 1998[181] 19 Abr 1998
14°01′35″N 121°35′30″E / 14.0263°N 121.5918°E / 14.0263; 121.5918 (Tayabas) Tayabas 99,779 230.95 km2
(89.17 mi kuw)
430/km2
(1,100/sq mi)
Quezon IV-A CC RA 09398[182] 18 Mar 2007[182] 14 Hul 2007[35]
10°22′48″N 123°38′21″E / 10.3799°N 123.6393°E / 10.3799; 123.6393 (Toledo) Toledo 170,335 216.28 km2
(83.51 mi kuw)
790/km2
(2,000/sq mi)
Cebu VII CC RA 02688[183] 18 Hun 1960[183] 18 Hun 1960
14°16′51″N 120°52′03″E / 14.2809°N 120.8675°E / 14.2809; 120.8675 (Trece Martires) Trece Martires 155,713 39.10 km2
(15.10 mi kuw)
4,000/km2
(10,000/sq mi)
Cavite IV-A CC RA 00981[184] 24 May 1954[184] 1 Ene 1956
17°36′45″N 121°43′58″E / 17.6125°N 121.7327°E / 17.6125; 121.7327 (Tuguegarao) Tuguegarao 153,502 144.80 km2
(55.91 mi kuw)
1,100/km2
(2,800/sq mi)
Cagayan II CC RA 08755[185] 4 Nob 1999[185] 18 Dis 1999
15°58′31″N 120°34′01″E / 15.9753°N 120.5670°E / 15.9753; 120.5670 (Urdaneta) Urdaneta 132,940 100.26 km2
(38.71 mi kuw)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
Pangasinan I CC RA 08480[186] 10 Peb 1998[186] 21 Mar 1998
7°54′10″N 125°05′23″E / 7.9028°N 125.0898°E / 7.9028; 125.0898 (Valencia) Valencia 192,993 587.29 km2
(226.75 mi kuw)
330/km2
(850/sq mi)
Bukidnon X CC RA 08985[187] 5 Dis 2000[187] 30 Dis 2000
14°42′28″N 120°56′46″E / 14.7077°N 120.9462°E / 14.7077; 120.9462 (Valenzuela) Valenzuela 620,422 47.02 km2
(18.15 mi kuw)
13,000/km2
(34,000/sq mi)
none[xiii] NCR HUC RA 08526[188] 14 Peb 1998[188] 30 Dis 1998
10°53′46″N 123°04′21″E / 10.8962°N 123.0726°E / 10.8962; 123.0726 (Victorias) Victorias 87,933 133.92 km2
(51.71 mi kuw)
660/km2
(1,700/sq mi)
Negros Occidental VI CC RA 08488[189] 11 Peb 1998[189] 21 Mar 1998
17°34′22″N 120°23′12″E / 17.5729°N 120.3867°E / 17.5729; 120.3867 (Vigan) Vigan 53,879 25.12 km2
(9.70 mi kuw)
2,100/km2
(5,400/sq mi)
Ilocos Sur I CC RA 08988[190] 27 Dis 2000[190] 22 Ene 2001
6°54′17″N 122°04′35″E / 6.9046°N 122.0763°E / 6.9046; 122.0763 (Zamboanga City) Lungsod ng Zamboanga 861,799 1,414.70 km2
(546.22 mi kuw)
580/km2
(1,500/sq mi)
Zamboanga del Sur[ii] IX HUC CA 039[191] 12 Okt 1936[191] 26 Peb 1937[192]

Mga talababa ng talahanayan

  1. Ang mga bilang ng lawak ng lupa ay kinuha mula sa Pambansang Lupon sa Ugnayang Pang-Estadistika (NSCB)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ang mataas na urbanisado (HUC) at malayang nakapaloob na mga lungsod (ICC) ay ligal na malayan sa anumang lalawigan, bagamat malimit silang nalulupon sa mga lalawigang kinabilangan nila bago naging mga lungsod. Nakapahilis ang lalawigang tinutukoy para sa gayong mga lungsod, tulad ng pagpapangkat ng Pambansang Lupon sa Ugnayang Pang-Estadistika.
  3. Ilan sa mga karta ng lungsod na ito ay pinalitan, binago, o inamyendahan na. Kung mayroon online, nakalagay ang link sa teksto ng orihinal na karta ng lungsod.
  4. Karamihan sa mga karta ng lungsod ay naaprobra pagkaraang nilagdaan ng pangulo. Subalit ang ilan ay naaproba lamang pagkaraang naging batas sila agad, iyan ay naging batas nang hindi nilagdaan ng pangulo. Ito ay posible kapag nanatiling hindi pa ring pinipirmahan kasunod ng 30 araw pagkaraang pinadala ito sa tanggapan ng pangulo.
  5. Bago mag-1987, agad na nakamit ng karamihan sa mga bayan ang pagkalungsod (cityhood) pagkaraan ng pagsasabatas o pagpapatibay ng kanilang mga karta. Tanging ilang mga karta bago mag-1987 lamang ang nakapagtakda ng petsa ng pagkabisa (tulad ng mga karta ng Tagbilaran at Dipolog) o kinailangan ng isang plebisito para makuha ng lungsod ang corporate existence (tulad ng mga karta ng Caloocan o Laoag). Ngunit mula noong 1987, kinakailangan ng lahat ng mga karta ng lungsod ang pagpapatibay sa pamamagitan ng isang plebisito, kalakip ng isang mayorya ng mga pagboto ng mga residente ng lungsod na sumasang-ayon sa karta. Kung walang sapat na makukuhang impormasyon, ang petsa ng pag-aproba ng karta ay ipinalalagay na petsa ng kaniyang pagkabisa, at ang petsa na ito ay nakapahilis.
  6. Kasama sa bilang ng populasyon ng Angeles ang mga residente na nakatira sa pinagtatalunang mga lugar sa pagitan ng Barangay Balibago, Angeles at Barangay Dolores, Mabalacat.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Bago matanggap ang kanilang mga karta, ang Lungsod Quezon, Caloocan at Pasay ay bahagi ng lalawigan ng Rizal, at naturingang nanatili ang mga ito hanggang sa pagbubuo ng Kalakhang Maynila noong 1975.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 Bago ang pagbubuo ng Kalakhang Maynila noong 1975, ang noo'y mga bayan ng Mandaluyong, Pasig, Malabon, Makati, Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, Parañaque, Taguig, Navotas and San Juan ay mga bahagi ng lalawigan ng Rizal.
  9. Hindi kasama sa bilang ng populasyon ng Mabalacat ang mga residente na nakatira sa pinagtatalunang mga lugar sa pagitan ng Barangay Dolores, Mabalacat at Barangay Balibago, Angeles.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Hindi kasama sa mga bilang ng lawak ng lupa at populasyon para sa Makati ang mga Barangay Post Proper Northside at Post Proper Southside, na pinamamahala pa rin ng Lungsod ng Makati, ngunit ipinasya ng korte noong 2003 na ang mga ito ay bahagi ng Taguig.
  11. Hindi kasama sa bilang ng populasyon ng Pasig ang mga residente na nakatira sa mga lugar na pinagtatalunan ng lungsod na ito at ng bayan ng Cainta.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Kasama sa mga bilang ng lawak ng lupa at populasyon para sa Taguig ang mga Barangay Post Proper Northside at Post Proper Southside, which are still administered by the City of Makati, ngunit ipinasya sa korte noong 2003 na bahagi ang mga ito ng Taguig.
  13. Bago ang pagbubuo ng Kalakhang Maynila noong 1975, ang noo'y bayan ng Valenzuela ay bahagi ng lalawigan ng Bulacan.
Mga petsa ng pagpapasinaya/pagbubuo

Maraming mga lungsod na itinatag bago ang taong 1987 ay nakapagtalaga ng mga petsa ng pagpapasinaya (kung saang lumalahok ang Pangulo o isang mataas na opisyal ng pamahalaan sa mga seremonyang tumatanda sa pagkamit ng pagkalungsod) o nakapagtalaga ng mga petsa ng pagbubuo (kung saang opisyal na magsisimula ang buong pagkilos ng bagong lungsod tulad ng inaasahan). Maaring ang Pangulo, mga opisyal ng lungsod, o Kongreso ang magtatakda ng mga petsang ito.

Tingnan din[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

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