Santa Maria, Bulacan

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Municipality of Santa Maria
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Region Central Luzon (Region III)
Governor Joselito R. Mendoza (Kampi)
Barangays 24
Physical characteristics
Area 90.92 (35.1 sq mi) km²
Total (2000) 205,258
Density 2,258/ (5,848.2/sq mi)/km²

Santa Maria is a 1st class urban municipality in the province of Bulacan, Philippines. The municipality of Sta. Maria lies 32 kilometers north east of Manila and is located at the eastern portion of Bulacan. The town is now conurbated with Metro Manila. The town is bounded on the north by the municipalities of Angat and Pandi, portion of San Jose del Monte City on the south; Norzagaray and other portions of San Jose del Monte on the east; and the municipality of Marilao and Bocaue on the western side.

According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 205,258 people with a population density of 2,258 person per square kilometer.


Built up area

With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, the municipality is now included in the Metro Manila built up area which reaches the town of San Ildefonso in the province of Bulacan in its northernmost part.


Poblacion, Sta. Maria

Land Area

Sta. Maria has a land area of about 9,092.5 hectares or 90.925 square kilometers. The town is generally plain although hilly at the northern portion. It has a lone body of water - the Santa Maria River.

Land Use

Basically agricultural, about 29.02 km² or 30.54% of the town's land area is devoted to crop production. Approximately 26.66 km² of riceland in Santa Maria are rain-fed and 2.36 km² are irrigated. An area of 32.74 km² are classified as non- productive agricultural area or open grasslands.

Mineral Resources

The town has rich deposits of gravel and sand and volcanic tuff or adobe. Quarrying has been a good source of livelihood among the town folks.


The prevailing climatic conditions in the municipality is categorized into two (2) types: dry and wet season.

The annual mean temperature in the area is 27.7°C. The warmest month is May with a mean temperature of 29.9°C while the coldest is January at 25.2°C.

The mean annual relative humidity in the area is 77% which is not high. The mean monthly relative humidity is lowest in March at 64% and highest in September at 84%.



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As of 2007, Sta. Maria has a population of 205,258 inhabitants with a population density of 2,258 persons per km2.

Santa Maria is ranked the 3rd largest population in Bulacan after San Jose del Monte City (439,090) and Malolos City (223,069) as 1st and 2nd respectably.

Population Projection

If the 5.16% growth rate continues, this will be the projected population of Santa Maria by next ?? years:

Year Population
2007 205,258
2008 215,849
2009 226,987
2010 238,700
2011 251,016
2012 263,969
2013 277,590
2014 291,913
2015 306,976
2016 322,816
2017 339,473
2018 356,990
2019 375,411
2020 394,782
2021 415,153
2022 436,575
2023 459,102
2024 482,792
2025 507,704
2030 652,925
2040 1,079,864


Majority of people living in Sta. Maria are Christians. Roman Catholic is the predominant religion in town. About ninety-one (91) in every 100 individuals were Roman Catholic. Aglipay was the smallest religious group with less than 0.10% of the population as affiliates.

Other religious groups include The United Methodist Church (Methodists), Iglesia ni Cristo, Jehovah's Witness ("Saksi Ni Jehovah"), Seventh-day Adventist Church ("Sabadista"), Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons), Jesus Is Lord Church (Born-Again Christians), United Church of Christ in the Philippines, Baptist churches and other Protestant, Evangelical, Pentecostal, Charismatic churches, ministries, fellowships and religious groups. Islam (Muslims) could also be found in the municipality.


Heavy traffic at Sta. Maria

Sta. Maria was part of Meycauayan until 1792 when it became a separate pueblo. Sta. Maria was then known as Sta. Maria de Pandi. In 1793, the seat of the civil affairs was established in the Poblacion. Andres dela Cruz was appointed "gobernadorcillo" (little governor). There were 82 gobernadorcillos or capitanes who served the Spanish colonial administration from 1793 to 1899 with Pascual Mateo as the last.

Under the Americans, the title "captain" was changed to "presidente". The first to hold the position was Maximo Evidente who served from 1899-1900. Of the 12 others who succeeded him, the most popular were Agustin Morales (1928-1934) and Fortunato F. Halili (1934-1937). Morales were responsible for the construction of the first main water system in the town. Halili, who never drew his salary as executive, later on became Governor of Bulacan.

During the Japanese Occupation, Dr. Teofilo Santiago, dubbed as Dr. Kamoteng Kahoy for his widespread campaign among the town's citizenry to plant cassava, became mayor of Santa Maria. Santiago was also responsible for the launching of the poultry - raising project which earned for the town the distinction of being The Egg Basket of the Philippines. He was also the "Father of Sta. Maria Dairy Plant". After the Liberation, Capitan Ireneo Hermogenes was appointed Municipal Mayor from March 20, 1945 to October 1945. He was succeeded by Marciano Bautista.

The post-liberation period saw Conrado Ignacio as the first elected Mayor of Sta. Maria (1947-1955). He was succeeded by prominent personalities in Santa Maria local politics such as Ricardo G. Nicolas Sr. (1956-1959/1964-1967), Eriberto Ramos, Sr. (1960-1963), Paulino M. Luciano Sr. (1968-1971), Ricardo D. Nicolas, Jr.(1972-1978) and Paulino Luciano, Jr. (1979-1986).

After the People Power Revolution in February 1986, President Corazon Aquino appointed Dr. Alfredo Perez, who was then the vice-mayor of the town, as Officer-in-Charge of the municipality until May, 1986, when he was replaced by Ricardo Nicolas, Jr. In December 1986, however, Nicolas was appointed OIC Vice Governor of Bulacan and was succeeded by Benjamin G. Geronimo (1987-1988) and Atty. Ramon H. Clemente (1988).

In 1988 election, Eriberto Ramos was elected Mayor and served until June 30, 1992. On July 1, 1992, he was succeeded by Reylina G. Nicolas. Under the Nicolas administration, Santa Maria rose from a third-class municipality to a first class urban municipality. In 2001 elections, Nicolas ran for Congresswoman of the 4th Congressional District of Bulacan and won a landslide victory with more than 80,000 votes over her closest rival. Nicolas was succeeded by Bartolome R. Ramos.

In 2004 elections, Vice Mayor Jesus Mateo defeated the incumbent Ramos and became mayor of the municipality until 2007. One of Mateo's accomplishments as mayor of Santa Maria was the establishment of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines- Santa Maria extension campus in 2005.

Municipal Mayors

Mayor Term
Agustin Morales 1928-1934
Pedro J. Mansilla 1938-1940
Teofilo Santiago 1941-1945
Ireneo Hermogenes 1945
Marciano Bautista 1946-1947
Conrado H. Ignacio 1947-1955
Ricardo G. Nicolas, Sr 1956-1959
Eriberto Ramos 1960-1963
Ricardo G. Nicolas, Sr. 1964-1967
Paulino Luciano, Sr. 1968-1971
Ricardo D. Nicolas, Jr. 1972-1978
Paulino A. Luciano, Jr. 1978-1986
Dr. Alfredo M. Perez (OIC) February 1986-May 1986
Ricardo D. Nicolas, Jr. (OIC) June 1986-December 1986
Benjamin G. Geronimo (OIC) 1987-1988
Atty. Ramon H. Clemente (OIC) 1988
Eriberto Ramos 1988-1992
Reylina G. Nicolas 1992-2001
Bartolome "Omeng" R. Ramos 2001-2004
Jesus "Ato" Mateo 2004-2007
Bartolome "Omeng" R. Ramos 2007-2010 incumbent

Municipal Officials (2007-2010)

Mayor: Hon. Bartolome R. Ramos
Vice-Mayor: Hon. Russel G. Pleyto


  • Hon. Anselmo Ferdinand B. Adriano
  • Hon. Rico Jude P. Sto. Domingo
  • Hon. Marisa T. Tuazon
  • Hon. Esperanza G. Ramos
  • Hon. Khristopher G. Martinez
  • Hon. Lailanie P. Aguilar
  • Hon. Virgilio E. Victolero
  • Hon. Simplicio E.J. Hermogenes
  • ABC: Rodolfo D. Casas


A God-loving, clean and safe community of pro-active and progressive-thinking citizenry committed towards continuing development, served by an effective efficient and responsive government.


To attain this vision, we are committed to pursue:

  • Promotion and maintenance of a safe, orderly and clean environment
  • Encourage people's participation
  • Responsive, transparent and capable government.


Historical Places

La Purissima Concepcion Parish Church
Santa Maria, Bulacan town proper
  • La Purissima Concepcion Parish Church, built in 1613 by Rev. Gerocino Vasquez and destroyed during the Chinese uprising of 1639. It was rebuilt and completed in 1669. However, it succumbed to an earthquake in 1880. It was again rebuilt and completed in 1891.
  • Huseng Batute Marker
  • Francisco Santiago Marker


Sta. Maria has numerous man-made resorts, to name a few:

Resorts Location
Long Meadows Resort Mahabang Parang
Dad's Vineyard Resort Mahabang Parang
Pamar Wonderpool Resort Mahabang Parang
Villa Carmen Pulong Buhangin
Villa Antonia Pulong Buhangin
Sitio Lucia Resort Pulong Buhangin
4-K Garden Resort Catmon
Lanesca Resort Bulac
Cool Water Resort Lalakhan
Vig Jam Resort Balasing
Stone Bridge Resort Tumana
Divine View Resort Buenavista
Summer Set Resort Bagbauin
Villa Natalia Resort Pulong Buhangin
Aqua Matina Resort Mahabang Parang
Denverland Resort San Gabriel


Within the heart of Sta. Maria arise a new pavilion that was built and completed February 2006. It's now the central pillar of all happy family celebrations that catered to all its citizen and neighboring town folks. Its famous name "Casa Burgos" was dubbed from one of the three famous Spaniard friars "Gomburza" where the old street name came from. Visitors and guests are awed by its lush and beautiful garden setting that became the focal point of most garden weddings and the likes. A place to visit when you are in Sta. Maria, Bulacan.

Dining Places

The following are the major fast food chain/restaurant in Santa Maria:

Fastfood/Restaurant Branch/Location
Jollibee Poblacion
Greenwich Pizza Poblacion
McDonald's Poblacion
Chowking Poblacion
Max's Restaurant Bagbaguin
Tropical Hut Hamburger Bagbaguin
Dunkin' Donuts Poblacion
Mister Donut Poblacion
Nic's Restaurant Bagbaguin
Green Pond Restaurant Bagbaguin
Pista sa Nayon Restaurant Poblacion
Doc Jones Fudhaus Poblacion
Sarsa at Inihaw Restaurant Bagbaguin
Dad's Grill San Jose Patag

Sports and Recreation

Sports and recreation activities in the locality are usually basketball, softball, bowling, badminton, tennis and chess. The most common sports and recreational facilities in the town are basketball courts located in school compounds and in other part of 24 barangay. These courts also serve as multi-purpose pavements. A tennis court and a gymnasium named after the late Ricardo D. Nicolas; Jr. was constructed at FFHNAS campus in Barangay Guyong. There are also two badminton courts in the town.

Town Fiesta

Santa Maria is known for its month-long celebration of town fiesta. The town celebrates the feast of its patron saint, La Purissima Concepcion, every first Thursday of February except if it falls on February 2.On the other hand, Pulong Buhangin celebrates its fiesta, in honor of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, every second Sunday after Santa Maria fiesta.


Waltermart Sta. Maria (low quality pic)


Major Industries

Pyrotechnics, Food/Food Processing, Furniture, Garments,
Footwear, Metalcraft, Poultry and Hog Raising, Textile, Rattan

Major Products
Garments, Chicharon, Noodles, Balut, Sweet Preserves,
Bakeries, Processed Meat, Dairy Products
Commercial Banks
Rural Banks
Hiyas Banking Corporation (Head Office - Market Site, Poblacion Branch)
Santa Maria Rural Bank (Poblacion, Bagbaguin &
Pulong Buhangin)
Farmers Bank (Pulong Buhangin)

Sta. Maria is predominantly agricultural. However, commercialization and industrialization is fast developing in the municipality. At present, there are more than 4,300+ registered commercial establishments, most of them are in Barangay Poblacion, Pulong Buhangin, and Bagbaguin. There are more than 30 banking and financial institutions in Sta. Maria. These includes commercial, savings and rural banks.

Barangays Bulac (where the Sta. Maria Industrial Park is located) Catmon and Guyong are the industrial areas of Sta. Maria.


As of 2006, Santa Maria has an average annual income of PhP 250,410,922.82 (US$ 5,327,892). Of the total revenue, PhP 224,949,759.32 is allocated for the General Fund while PhP 25,461,163.50 was intended for the Special Education Fund.

Among the top business tax payers for the year ???? were:

Name of Business Business Tax (in PhP)
Philippine Batteries, Inc. 13,224,053.00
Ciriaco Corporation 2,459,544.00
Cocoa Specialities, Inc. 1,622,382.00
London Industrial Product, Inc. 1,450,830.00
Jollibee Foods Corporation 1,409,754.00
C&E Publishing, Inc. 1,362,930.00
Mercury Drug Corporation 1,248,344.00
Sta. Maria Industrial Park Corporation 1,049,271.00
Tropical Hut Food Market, Inc. 920,612.25
Chowking / Jewel Foods Corporation 678,320.00
Colortex Processing, Inc. 500,000.00
Sapporo Products, Inc. 387,585.00
McDonalds / Golden Arches Dev't., Corporation 379,818.00
Pepsi Cola Products Phils Inc. 340,649.00
Avon Cosmetics, Inc. 314,513.00

Food Processing Industry

There are about 100 food processing establishments in Sta. Maria. Of these are bakeries/bakeshops, ice- cream / ice-drop factories, native delicacy makers, 2 sweet preserve processors, sitsaron factories, noodle factories, and balot producers.

Among the biggest food processors are Jess-Nor, Dunkin Donuts, DELFI, Integrated Food Manufacturing Corporation and Sapporo Noodles Factory.

Agro-Industrial Sector

Industrial activities in Sta. Maria are mostly agro-based. For the past two decades, there has been a great boom in its poultry and hog raising industries. Presently, there are around 150+ poultry and piggery farms.

The boost in agri-business necessitated the establishment of feed mills and feed trading centers. Now, there are eight commercial feed mills and 15 feed trading centers operating in the town.

There are 20 rice mills in Sta. Maria that accommodate the milling and storage needs of the farmers for their palay harvest. The rice brunts (darak production) of these mills complement the feed requirements of the livestock raisers.

Cottage Industry

  • There are 11 furniture- making establishments in the town.
  • Santa Maria is also noted for its firework industry which is globally competitive. Its pyrotechnics producers ranked 9th in the World Fireworks Competition held at Macau in 1997. As of 2004, there are 154 pyrotechnics manufacturers in the municipality.
  • There are 5 textile and 102 garment factories operating in Santa Maria.

Transportation and Communication

Road Networks

Important road networks in Sta Maria are as follows:

Based on the 2004 road inventory done by Municipal Engineer's Office, Santa Maria has a total road length of 218.38 km., 24.98 of which are national roads, 26.54 km are provincial roads, 19.07 km are municipal roads, and 147.79 km are barangay roads. Most of the roads are concrete and are in fair condition.


As of 2004, Santa Maria has a network of ten (10) bridges passing rivers and other waterways of the town. All are made of reinforced concrete design girders which are in good condition and passable.



The following are the bus companies that ply through the primary roads of Santa Maria, Bulacan.

Bus Points of Origin/Terminal Destination Classification
Philippine Corinthian Liner Garden, Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria Ayala, Makati - Baclaran, Parañaque City via NLEX-EDSA Air conditioned
Erwin Line Angat- Norzagaray Ayala, Makati - Baclaran, Parañaque City via NLEX-EDSA Air conditioned with television
Nuestra Señora del Carmen Garden, Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria Ayala, Makati - Baclaran, Parañaque City via NLEX-EDSA Air conditioned with television
Aguila Bus / Santa Monica Transportation Angat town proper Divisoria, Manila via NLEX- Rizal Avenue Ordinary Bus
Mersan Bus/Bagong Silang Bus Sapang Palay/ Guyong, Sta. Maria - Santa Cruz, Manila Doroteo Jose Street,Santa Cruz, Manila via NLEX- A. Bonifacio Avenue Mini-bus/ordinary

NOTE: Buses and trucks are not allowed in the town proper.

Public Utility Jeepneys

Terminal Destination Minimum Fare
Metro Manila:Monumento, Caloocan City

Santa Maria:Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Monumento - Santa Maria via NLEX[1] PHP 38.50 (fixed)
Metro Manila:Monumento, Caloocan City

Santa Maria:Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Monumento - Santa Maria via Mac Arthur Highway.[2]

Metro Manila North: Malabon - Fatima, Valenzuela City - Karuhatan, Valenzuela - Malinta, Valenzuela

Bulacan South:
Meycauayan, SM City Marilao - Tabing Ilog, Marilao - Lolomboy, Bocaue - Joners, Bocaue; - Bocaue Toll Exit - Bagbaguin, Santa Maria and vice-versa.
PHP 8.50 (first four kilometers)
Malolos;Bulacan State University Mac Arthur Highway gate

Santa Maria:Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Malolos City - Tabang, Guiguinto - Santa Maria and vice-versa (via NLEX) PHP 24.00 (fixed)
Plaridel/Pulilan: near Pulilan Public Market

Santa Maria:Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Pulilan-Plaridel - Santa Rita Exit, Guigunto - Santa Maria and vice versa (via NLEX) PHP 24.00 (fixed)
Baliuag: Cagayan Valley Road

Santa Maria: Santa Maria Public Market
Baliuag - Bustos- Pandi- Manggahan, Santa Maria - Santa Cruz, Santa Maria - Santa Clara, Santa Maria - Santa Maria town proper and vice versa PHP 8.50 (first four kilometers); Pandi - Santa Maria (PHP 10.00); Bustos-Santa Maria (PHP 25.00); Baliuag-Santa Maria (PHP 26.00)
Sampol, Sapang Palay, City of San Jose del Monte: Sampol Market, CSJM

Santa Maria:Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Sapang Palay, CSJDM - Dulong Bayan, CSJDM - Bulac, Santa Maria - Catmon, Santa Maria - San Jose Patag, Santa Maria - Santa Maria town proper and vice versa. PHP 8.50 (first four kilometers)
Muzon, San Jose del Monte City

Santa Maria: Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Muzon, CSJDM; - San Jose del Monte City Proper - San Vicente, Santa Maria - Santa Maria town proper and vice versa. PHP 8.50 (first four kilometers)
Norzagaray, Bulacan

Santa Maria: Nicolas Park, Poblacion
Norzagaray - Partida, Norzagaray - Pulong Yantok, Angat, Pulong Buhangin,Santa Maria - Caypombo, Santa Maria - Guyong, Santa Maria - Dulong Bayan, Santa Maria - Santa Maria town proper and vice versa.

1. ^ Jeepneys plying the North Luzon Expressway route are available until 12 midnight.

2. ^ available for 24 hours.


Utility vans plying the San Fernando, Pampanga- Santa Maria, Bulacan (via NLEX) route are also available.

Tricycles are available for twenty-four hours.


Communication facilities in Sta. Maria are provided by the government telegraph (BUTEL) and postal system and by the Radio City Telephone Company (RACITELCOM), Digitel telephone Company, and the three major cellular companies (Smart Communications, Globe Telecom, and Sun Cellular).

Basic Services

Number of Schools
Literacy Rate 97%
Pre-Elementary [2003]: Public: 25
Private: 17
Elementary [2007]: Public: 31
Private: 31
Secondary [2007]: Public: 4
Private: 30
Tertiary [2007]: Public: 2
Private: 3


Sta Maria has one government-run hospital (Cong. Rogaciano Mercado Memorial Hospital) and seven private hospitals ( Garden Village Country Hospital; Santiago Pediatric Hospital; Ed & Tita Cruz Maternity and Surgical Hospital; Mendoza General Hospital; St. Mary's Hospital; and Mateo's Diagnostc Clinic & Gen. Hospital).

Peace and Order

Santa Maria is generally peaceful being served by 37 policemen and 15 firemen. The backlog of manpower requirement is complemented with 480 barangay tanods coming from 24 barangays. Crime incidence is low with 37 cases reported and 33 case were solve resulting to 89.19% crime solution efficiency.

Animal Health

Sta. Maria also has Veterinary clinics. One located at 117-C J.P. Rizal St, in Barangay Poblacion, (jna Animal Clinic) and one at Barangay Cay Pombo (Animal Pet Corner Center).

These clinics handles small animals as well as livestock. Services range from simple to major surgeries( c. section, neutering etc.), microchip implantation "Pet-ichip", vaccinations, laboratory works (heartworm check, parvo/distemper test, blood biochem profile, urinalysis, CBC, x-ray etc.), confinements, emergency cases, grooming and etc.


The following are institutions of higher learning found in Sta. Maria, Bulacan:

College/University Location
Angel John Integrated Academy(formerly "Angel John International Academy") 781 Brgy. Lalakhan, Sta. Maria Bulacan, (044)641-1941
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Santa Maria Extension
Pulong Buhangin
Fortunato F. Halili National Agricultural School Guyong
STI College - Santa Maria Poblacion
Immaculate Conception International College of Arts and Technology- Santa Maria Poblacion
Asian College of Science and Technology - Santa Maria Poblacion
St. Joseph College of Bulacan San Jose Patag

The following are the private schools in Santa Maria, Bulacan:

College/University Location Contact
Angel John Integrated Academy, (Formerly "Angel John International Academy)" 781 Brgy. Lalakhan, Sta. Maria Bulacan (044)641-19-41
Mater Dei Academy Km.39 Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
Gloria Marizz Academy #54-A P. Mansilla St. Poblacion
Mater Dei Academy Km.39 Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
St.Paul School-Santa Maria Poblacion, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
Sacred Heart Academy Dr. T. Santiago St., Poblacion
Early Christian School Poblacion Sta. Maria, Bulacan
Grace of Shekinah School Jose P. Rizal St., Poblacion, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
Child Jesus Montessori Poblacion, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
Angel John's Academy Lalakhan, Sta. Maria, Bulacan

Likewise, there are five government high schools in the municipality:

  • Pulong Buhangin National High School
  • Catmon High School
  • Parada High School
  • Fortunato F. Halili National Agricultural School (High School Department)
  • Santa Maria Agro-Industrial High School

Other Services

Water supply is provided by LWUA (Local Water Utilities Administration) through the Sta. Maria Water District.

The Manila Electric Company (Meralco) serves the energy needs of Sta. Maria. All twenty-four (24) barangays of the municipality are electrified.

Notable Personalities


Land Area

Santa Maria is subdivided into 24 barangays:

Barangay Area ( in square kilometer )
Bagbaguin 7.6358
Balasing 6.3713
Buenavista 2.4647
Bulac 5.2009
Camangyanan 2.4761
Catmon 8.2860
Caypombo 4.1626
Caysio 3.1198
Guyong 3.6191
Lalakhan 0.3354
Mag-asawang Sapa 1.1327
Mahabang Parang 1.0466
Manggahan 1.6386
Parada 4.0669
Poblacion (Santa Maria town proper) -The Ghetto- Likod Simbahan 2.8032
Pulong Buhangin 14.3817
San Gabriel 3.6787
San Jose Patag 2.5218
San Vicente 7.2537
Santa Clara 2.1470
Santa Cruz 2.2705
Silangan 0.9387
Tabing Bakod (Santo Tomas) 1.2530
Tumana 2.1202


As of August 1, 2007, Eight (8) barangays surpass the 10,000 mark.

Santa Maria has a population growth rate of 5.16% per annum.

Province, Municipality, Barangay Population 1-May-00 Population 1-Aug-07 Population Density per km² (1-Aug-07)
Central Luzon 8,204,742 9,720,982 452.76
Bulacan 2,234,088 2,826,926 1,076.92
Santa Maria 144,282 205,258 2,257.56
1. Bagbaguin 7,586 10,389 1,360.56
2. Balasing 4,208 6,230 977.82
3. Buenavista 1,438 2,201 893.00
4. Bulac 5,145 7,600 1,461.28
5. Camangyanan 2,991 4,045 1,633.61
6. Catmon 8,586 11,913 1,437.72
7. Caypombo 7,731 15,698 3,771.20
8. Caysio 1,871 2,679 858.70
9. Guyong 9,174 11,858 3,276.50
10. Lalakhan 1,880 2,116 6,308.88
11. Mag-asawang Sapa 4,405 5,640 4,979.25
12. Mahabang Parang 2,374 3,317 3,169.30
13. Manggahan 1,606 1,948 1,188.81
14. Parada 5,654 7,823 1,923.57
15. Poblacion (Santa Maria town proper) -The Ghetto- Likod Simbahan 12,210 14,073 5,020.33
16. Pulong Buhangin 23,069 33,799 2,350.13
17. San Gabriel 5,332 8,058 2,190.44
18. San Jose Patag 6,716 9,925 3,935.68
19. San Vicente 7,921 12,717 1,753.17
20. Santa Clara 8,010 10,052 4,681.88
21. Santa Cruz 4,718 7,747 3,412.02
22. Silangan 1,493 1,855 1,976.13
23. Tabing Bakod (Santo Tomas) 5,357 5,522 4,407.02
24. Tumana 4,807 8,053 3,798.22

Barangay Income

Income of every barangay in the town of Sta. Maria (as of April 2008)

Barangay Income / Per capita
Bagbaguin P571,398.62 / P55.00034
Balasing P280,920.01 / P45.09149
Buenavista P59,800.37 / P27.16963
Bulac P587,082.95 / P77.24775
Camangyanan P42,317.54 / P10.46169
Catmon P400,759.28 / P33.64050
Caypombo P279,098.86 / P17.77926
Caysio P91,639.27 / P34.20652
Guyong P409,129.92 / P34.50243
Lalakhan P85,179.85 / P40.22512
Mag-asawang Sapa P98,302.10 / P17.42945
Mahabang Parang P108,024.42 / P32.56690
Manggahan P177,019.20 / P90.87227
Parada P185,565.32 / P23.72048
Poblacion (Santa Maria town proper) -The Ghetto- Likod Simbahan P716,511.38 / P50.91390
Pulong Buhangin P898,885.76 / P26.59504
San Gabriel P145,251.50 / P18.02575
San Jose Patag P368,008.06 / P37.07889
San Vicente P281,815.52 / P22.16053
Santa Clara P519,097.89 / P51.64125
Santa Cruz P355,956.52 / P45.94765
Silangan P23,597.83 / P12.72120
Tabing Bakod (Santo Tomas) P215,973.00 / P39.11137
Tumana P176,502.03 / P21.91754

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