Punong Barangay :
Sibug, Bernabe Alfonso

Salazar, Eleazar
Subiate, Norberto
Bautista, Elizalde
Nemenzo, Evelyn
Solis, Leonor
Talite, Winefredo
Barrientos, Michelle
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Population - 3,500
Land Area - 39.8792 has.
No. of Puroks -4
No. of Day Care Center/s - 2

As part of the Barangay 7's Clean and Green Program, signages were placed all the area to promote cleanliness.

  1. To create a Barangay Tanod Brigade equip with basic skills and equipment to curb/prevent petty crimes and to complement the existing Police Precinct II.

  2. To have a well-established and functioning solid waste management in the area and a well run/systematized garbage collection.

  3. To a have a community complete with amenities for investors and residents alike; well-lighted environs, clean and green surroundings, drug and crime - free and an adequate drainage system for the people.

     By year 2009, we hope to see Barangay 7 is the model barangay among other barangays in the city and a center of economic/commercial trade complementing the City's metropolis as well as a clean and a peaceful community worthy of living.

     As of 2001 survey, Barangay 7 has a total population of 3,422 and the number of households reached to 674.
     It is an urban Barangay located within the heart of the City bustling with commercial activities with the presence of several commercial Banks and establishments. Four (4) puroks comprised the Barangay namely: Purok Magnolia, Purok Coca-Cola, Purok Repolyo and Purok Tangkong. Barangay 7 is bounded and defined by the following boundaries:

  • N, 17th St. which is Barangay 5,

  • NE, B.S. Aquino Drive which is Barangay Villamonte;

  • SE, Hilado St. Extension which is Barangay Villamonte;

  • S, 6th St. which is Barangay 17;

  • W, Lacson St. which is Barangay 4.

     Barangay 7 has a total population of 3,500 of which are registered voters. The total number of household is 674 with an average family size of 7. Generally, Barangay 7 is a densely populated barangay.

     The council, has identified the problem of garbage collection and disposal as a main threat to the environment. This has been so because the City's garbage were dumped heedlessly at the dumping area and a day of garbage not collected create a hill of smelly and attracts disease carrier such as flies. Simply put, garbage collection has been the perennial problem of the barangay and is always the gist of every regular meeting of the Council.
     Fortunately, this problem was solved by a stroke of fate:
     The University of Saint La Salle, through its Community Extension Program (SEP) Office, has chosen Barangay 7 as its pilot barangay for the implementation of Solid Waste Management project. Already, several seminar, training and workshop has been attended by Barangay Officials conducted by the said office to educate us of the Solid Waste Management. Recently, a 10-man delegation led by Punong Barangay Subiate went on a one-week long educational trip to Manila, and Cavite to observe Solid Waste Management project being implemented in some barangays at the above-mentioned place.
     On May 24, 2003 at 6 pm, the barangay held an assembly at the Purok Magnolia Basketball Court attended by the residents to inform them of the benefits and the forthcoming implementation of solid waste management in the barangay and urge them their cooperation in the proper segregation and identification of wastes as well as the systematized garbage collection by the designated barangay officials.
     A 400 sq. meter site has been chosen at 13th Street to be the composting and segregation site for the wastes of the Barangay. Foreign experts has been giving technical assistance to the barangay for proper composting and management of the site to avoid/prevent odor and other nuisance to the nearby residents.

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