Sabangan

Sabangan is a 5th class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 9,098 people in 1,738 households. Sabangan is based in the western part of Mountain Province. It is bounded on the north by the municipality of Bontoc and Sadanga, on the west and south by the municipality of Bauko and on the east by the province of Ifugao. Land area 12,750 and %distribution 6.08

Sabangan has an approximate elevation of 1,070 meters to 2,000 meters above the sea level. The terrain is generally rugged and mountainous. About 86.58% of the total land area is of mountains and high hills and slopes covered with forest. There are many creeks, rivers and swamps. The highest elevation is 2,714 meters above sea level located at the eastern part, which is mountain kalawitan, the highest peak of the highest mountain in the municipality. The lowest elevation can be located at barangay Poblacion, Lagan,Losad with an average elevation of 1,000 meters.

Sabangan has 15 barangays

* Bao-angan

* Bun-ayan

* Busa

* Camatagan

* Capinitan

* Data

* Gayang

* Lagan

* Losad

* Namatec

* Napua

* Pingad

* Tambingan

*Poblacion

* Supang

Togography

Sabangan has an approximate elevation of 1,070 meters to 2,000 meters above the sea level. The terrain is generally rugged and mountainous. About 86.58% of the total land area is of mountains and high hills and slopes covered with forest. There are many creeks, rivers and swamps. The highest elevation is 2,714 meters above sea level located at the eastern part, which is mountain kalawitan, the highest peak of the highest mountain in the municipality. The lowest elevation can be located at barangay Poblacion, Lagan,Losad with an average elevation of 1,000 meters.

Climate

The climate is moderately warm with two pronounced seasons: the season starts in the month of June and usually ends in October while the dry usually occurs from November to May. Occurrence of strong winds usually occurs in South to North directions or vice versa. Typhoon and floods usually occur during the months of November and December.

Municipal Officers:

Major- Danglose, Donato Luis “Nato”

Vice-Major- Bernardez, Joseph Bangwa

Municipal Councilor:

  1. Bosoen, Luis Camot-ogan
  2. Lipawen, Venancio Emengga
  3. Bacog, Ronan Barba
  4. Esden, Dario Panagan
  5. Litilit,Enrique Gut-omen
  6. Sapdoy,George Wacangan
  7. Bondad, Ernesto Baliang
  8. Sudicalan, Florencio Bernardez

Barangay Captain- Tuazon, Sulpricio Soleven

Kagawad:

  1. Cam-ed, Arcadio Jr. Maximo
  2. Wacangan, Caridad Dongsino
  3. Barbosa, Benito Agaldang
  4. Gallate, Lorenzo Jimenes
  5. Tacut, Allen Baliang
  6. Wangdali, Willy Napa-ek
  7. Andawey, Simon Calichag

Sanguniang Kabataan:

SK Chairman- Boy-og, Eustaquio Jr. Bumidang

SK Kagawad:

  1. Chugsayanm, Webster Pagat
  2. Pao-ayen, Kennedy Doladol
  3. Mamanteo, Stephen Dup-et
  4. Pascua, Antonio Jr, Kingao
  5. Padua, Kylle Wigwigan
  6. Tacut, Rod Alex Barbosa

Attractions: we do not have hotels and inns but we have beautiful places to go.




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Poblacion

Climate The climate is moderately warm with two pronounced seasons: the season starts in the month of June and usually ends in October while the dry usually occurs from November to May. Occurrence of strong winds usually occurs in South to North directions or vice versa. Typhoon and floods usually occur during the months of …

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