Our Barangays

Alaminos city has thirty-nine (39) barangays, each with its own history and unique origins, passed on through generations. Each blessed with its own natural resources and traditions but remain an Alaminian, working towards the city's vision of a peaceful and progressive community for all.

Barangay Alos

Land Area (in hectares.): 886.5
Population (as per NSO 2010) 1,993

It was formerly named Sta. Isabel and was divided into two [2] sitios, Alos Sur and Alos Norte. It was further divided into six [6] sitios during the Spanish regime - Tangcarang, Linmansangan, Macatiw, Manga, Quibuar and Maaoi [w/c are now independent barangays]. [ more ]

Barangay Amandiego
Punong Barangay: HELEN B. BUMAGAT

Land Area (in hectares.): 153.20
Population (as per NSO 2010) 1,555

According to folk stories, the Barangay has been named during the Japanese occupation in the Philippines. One day, while an old man was gathering edible snails called “bisocol” in the rice field, a group of Japanese came and approached him. [ more ]

Barangay Amangbangan

Land Area (in hectares.): 521.20
Population (as per NSO 2010) 1,153

Its official name dates back to the time of the teniente del barrio (Barangay lieutenant).It was said to be named from a famous folktale about a young country lad who was engaged in pottery. “Banga” is the local name to a baked pot while “Amang” (father or old man) was the title given to a known pot maker in that place. [ more ]