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    Population

    As of December 31, 2014, the total projected population of the City is 196,249 with an annual growth rate of 3% from 2000 to 2010. The population density is 781 persons per square kilometer with 39,248 households composed of five members.

      Table 6: Population by Barangay

    No.

    Barangay

    2010

    2011

    2012

    2013

    2014

     

    URBAN (UR)

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    Cagangohan

    15,406

    15,868

    16,344

    16,835

    17,340

    2

    Gredu

    11,113

    11,446

    11,790

    12,143

    12,508

    3

    J.P. Laurel

    5,816

    5,990

    6,170

    6,355

    6,546

    4

    New Pandan

    7,882

    8,118

    8,362

    8,613

    8,871

    5

    New Visayas

    15,979

    16,458

    16,952

    17,461

    17,985

    6

    Quezon

    4,186

    4,312

    4,441

    4,574

    4,711

    7

    Salvacion

    8,537

    8,793

    9,057

    9,329

    9,608

    8

    San Francisco

    14,156

    14,581

    15,018

    15,469

    15,933

    9

    San Pedro

    3,826

    3,941

    4,059

    4,181

    4,306

    10

    Sto. Nino

    5,968

    6,147

    6,331

    6,521

    6,717

    11

    San Vicente

    13,049

    13,440

    13,844

    14,259

    14,687

     

    TOTAL

    105,918

    109,096

    112,368

    115,739

    119,212

     

    RURAL (RU)

     

     

     

     

     

    12

    A.O. Floirendo

    Dapecol Reserve

    5,913

    6,090

    6,273

    6,461

    6,655

    13

    Buenavista

    592

    610

    628

    647

    666

    14

    Cacao

    1,071

    1,103

    1,136

    1,170

    1,205

    15

    Consolacion

    2,435

    2,508

    2,583

    2,661

    2,741

    16

    Dapco

    4,046

    4,167

    4,292

    4,421

    4,554

    17

    Datu Abdul

    5,264

    5,422

    5,585

    5,752

    5,925

    18

    Kasilak

    2,538

    2,614

    2,693

    2,773

    2,857

    19

    Katipunan

    1,569

    1,616

    1,665

    1,714

    1,766

    20

    Katualan

    697

    718

    739

    762

    784

    21

    Kauswagan

    1,376

    1,417

    1,460

    1,504

    1,549

    22

    Kiotoy

    1,419

    1,462

    1,505

    1,551

    1,597

    23

    Little Panay

    2,015

    2,075

    2,138

    2,202

    2,268

    24

    Lower Panaga

    1,086

    1,119

    1,152

    1,187

    1,222

    25

    Mabunao

    1,592

    1,640

    1,689

    1,740

    1,792

    26

    Maduao

    2,710

    2,791

    2,875

    2,961

    3,050

    27

    Malativas

    2,364

    2,435

    2,508

    2,583

    2,661

    28

    Manay

    4,580

    4,717

    4,859

    5,005

    5,155

    29

    Nanyo

    3,599

    3,707

    3,818

    3,933

    4,051

    30

    New Malaga (Dalisay)

    1,724

    1,776

    1,829

    1,884

    1,940

    31

    New Malitbog

    3,040

    3,131

    3,225

    3,322

    3,422

    32

    San Nicolas

    1,852

    1,908

    1,965

    2,024

    2,084

    33

    San Roque

    540

    556

    573

    590

    608

    34

    Sta. Cruz

    1,005

    1,035

    1,066

    1,098

    1,131

    35

    Sindaton

    1,955

    2,014

    2,074

    2,136

    2,200

    36

    So. Davao

    8,087

    8,330

    8,579

    8,837

    9,102

    37

    Tagpore

    1,500

    1,545

    1,591

    1,639

    1,688

    38

    Tibungol

    1,590

    1,638

    1,687

    1,737

    1,790

    39

    Upper Licanan

    1,516

    1,561

    1,608

    1,657

    1,706

    40

    Waterfall

    771

    794

    818

    842

    868

     

    Total

    68,446

    70,499

    72,614

    74,793

    77,037

     

    Overall

    174,364

    179,595

    184,982

    190,532

    196,249

     Source: National Statistics Office, 2010

     Note: 2011- 2014 population is computed by CPDO based on the result of NSO 2010

    Urban are composed of 11 barangays while 29 barangays are recognized as rural. The barangays in rural are almost triple the number compared to urban barangays. However, urban barangays outnumbered the rural in terms of population size as reflected in table 6. Urban migration is apparent, this primarily cause by the employment opportunity offered in the urban barangays.

     Table 7: Household Population by Barangay

    No.

    Barangay

    2010

    2011

    2012

    2013

    2014

     

    URBAN (UR)

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    Cagangohan

    3,081

    3,174

    3,269

    3,367

    3,468

    2

    Gredu

    2,223

    2,289

    2,358

    2,429

    2,502

    3

    J.P. Laurel

    1,163

    1,198

    1,234

    1,271

    1,309

    4

    New Pandan

    1,576

    1,624

    1,672

    1,723

    1,774

    5

    New Visayas

    3,196

    3,292

    3,390

    3,492

    3,597

    6

    Quezon

    837

    862

    888

    915

    942

    7

    Salvacion

    1,707

    1,759

    1,811

    1,866

    1,922

    8

    San Francisco

    2,831

    2,916

    3,004

        3,094

    3,187

    9

    San Pedro

    765

    788

    812

    836

    861

    10

    Sto. Nino

    1,194

    1,229

    1,266

    1,304

    1,343

    11

    San Vicente

    2,610

    2,688

    2,769

    2,852

    2,937

     

    TOTAL

    21,184

    21,819

    22,474

    23,148

    23,842

     

    RURAL (RU)

     

     

     

     

     

    12

    A.O. Floirendo

    Dapecol Reserve

    1,183

    1,218

    1,255

    1,292

    1,331

    13

    Buenavista

    118

    122

    126

    129

    133

    14

    Cacao

    214

    221

    227

    234

    241

    15

    Consolacion

    487

    502

    517

    532

    548

    16

    Dapco

    809

    833

    858

    884

    911

    17

    Datu Abdul

    1,053

    1,084

    1,117

    1,150

    1,185

    18

    Kasilak

    508

    523

    539

    555

    571

    19

    Katipunan

    314

    323

    333

    343

    353

    20

    Katualan

    139

    144

    148

    152

    157

    21

    Kauswagan

    275

    283

    292

    301

    310

    22

    Kiotoy

    284

    292

    301

    310

    319

    23

    Little Panay

    403

    415

    428

    440

    454

    24

    Lower Panaga

    217

     224

    230

    237

    244

    25

    Mabunao

    318

    328

    338

    348

    358

    26

    Maduao

    542

    558

    575

    592

    610

    27

    Malativas

    473

    487

    502

    517

    532

    28

    Manay

    916

    943

    972

    1,001

    1,031

    29

    Nanyo

    720

    741

    764

    787

    810

    30

    New Malaga (Dalisay)

    345

    355

    366

    377

    388

    31

    New Malitbog

    608

    626

    645

    664

    684

    32

    San Nicolas

    370

    382

    393

    405

    417

    33

    San Roque

    108

    111

    115

    118

    122

    34

    Sta. Cruz

    201

    207

    213

    220

    226

    35

    Sindaton

    391

    403

    415

    427

    440

    36

    So. Davao

    1,617

    1,666

    1,716

    1,767

    1,820

    37

    Tagpore

    300

    309

    318

    328

    338

    38

    Tibungol

    318

    328

    337

    347

    358

    39

    Upper Licanan

    303

    312

    322

    331

    341

    40

    Waterfall

    154

    159

    164

    168

    174

     

    Total

    13,688

    14,099

    14,526

    14,956

    15,406

     

    Overall

    34,872

    35,918

    37,000

    38,104

    39,248

             Source: 2011- 2014 household population is computed by CPDO

     Table 7 shows the projected household population of Panabo City. The data was computed using the projected population divided by five, which is the average number of family members in Panabo City. Urban barangays obviously have more household populations despite its number compared to urban barangays.

      Table 8: Population Density by Barangay

    No.

    Barangay

    Gross Land Area /(sq km)

    Population  (Number)_/

    Population Density

    (per sq km)

    URBAN (UR)

     

     

     

    1

    Cagangohan

    4.12

    17,340

               4,209

    2

    Gredu

    1.09

    12,508

             11,475

    3

    J.P. Laurel

    6.09

    6,546

               1,075

    4

    New Pandan

    1.38

    8,871

               6,428

    5

    New Visayas

    3.68

    17,985

               4,887

    6

    Quezon

    2.60

    4,711

               1,812

    7

    Salvacion

    1.52

    9,608

               6,321

    8

    San Francisco

    1.92

    15,933

               8,298

    9

    San Pedro

    2.24

    4,306

               1,922

    10

    Sto. Nino

    0.98

    6,717

               6,854

    11

    San Vicente

    4.70

    14,687

               3,125

     

    TOTAL

    30.32

    119,212

               3,932

    RURAL (RU)

     

     

     

    1

    A.O. Floirendo

    Dapecol Reserve

    10.23

    28.44

    6,655

    651

    2

    Buenavista

    4.11

    666

                   162

    3

    Cacao

    7.74

    1,205

                   156

    4

    Consolacion

    2.80

    2,741

                   979

    5

    Dapco

    9.34

    4,554

                   488

    6

    Datu Abdul

    8.75

    5,925

                   677

    7

    Kasilak

    8.21

    2,857

                   348

    8

    Katipunan

    8.29

    1,766

                   213

    9

    Katualan

    6.58

    784

                   119

    10

    Kauswagan

    9.21

    1,549

                   168

    11

    Kiotoy

    6.96

    1,597

                   229

    12

    Little Panay

    7.32

    2,268

                   310

    13

    Lower Panaga

    12.49

    1,222

                     98

    14

    Mabunao

    1.00

    1,792

               1,792

    15

    Maduao

    5.28

    3,050

                   578

    16

    Malativas

    9.11

    2,661

                   292

    17

    Manay

    7.70

    5,155

                   669

    18

    Nanyo

    5.82

    4,051

                   696

    19

    New Malaga (Dalisay Village)

    3.76

    1,940

                   516

    20

    New Malitbog

    8.21

    3,422

                   417

    21

    San Nicolas

    6.25

    2,084

                   333

    22

    San Roque

    5.43

    608

                   112

    23

    Sta. Cruz

    7.60

    1,131

                   149

    24

    Sindaton

    3.83

    2,200

                   574

    25

    So. Davao

    6.90

    9,102

               1,319

    26

    Tagpore

    6.16

    1,688

                   274

    27

    Tibungol

    5.48

    1,790

                   327

    28

    Upper Licanan

    3.97

    1,706

                   430

    29

    Waterfall

    3.94

    868

                   220

     

    TOTAL

    220.91

    77,037

                   349

     

    GRAND TOTAL

    251.23

    196,249

                   781

           Source: CLUP, 2009-2019

           _/: 2014 Projected Population

          Table 8 shows that Barangay Gredu is the most densely populated among the 40 barangays. The population density reached 11,475 persons per square kilometers due to its small area and numerous residence of the barangay. The least densely populated is Barangay Lower Panaga with 98 persons per square kilometers.

    Panabo City is Located along Daang Maharlika (Pan-Philippines Highway) and is situated between two major cities, Davao City and Tagum City.

    By LAND, you can reach Panabo City from Davao City via Davao-Butuan, Davao-Mati, and Davao –Tagum bus routes. Other public vehicles such jeepneys, vans and metered taxicabs are also available. It is 32 kilometers or approximately 45 minutes away from Davao City and 28 kilometers or 30 minutes away from Tagum City.

    By AIR, The Davao International Airport has numerous local and international airlinrs flying into Davao. From the airport, you can either take a metered cab, van or jeepney going to Panabo City or via Tagum City or Mati City.

    By SEA, Panabo City is accessible through the Sasa port of Davao City. From Davao City you can choose among the numerous public vehicles to bring you to Panabo City.

     

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    Davao del Norte, Philippines

    Tel. No. (084) 628-5284 |822-2179

    Email: citymayor@panabocity.gov.ph

     

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