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    Geographical Location

The Municipality of Medellin is the second town next to Daanbantayan; located at the northernmost tip of the island of Cebu. It is bounded on the North by the Municipality Daanbantayan; on the South by the Municipality of San Remegio and Bogo; on the East by Camotes Sea; and on the West by Tanon Strait.

Class : 4th
Annual Income:(As of 1996) P 6,732,491.15
No. of Barangays: 19
Total Land Area (Cadastral Survey): 7,382.33 Has.
Land Classification as of (Latest Year)
Arable Area: 6,059.91 Has.
Residential : 120.10 Has.
Commercial : 5.50 Has.
Industrial : 35.50 Has.
Certified Alienable /Disposable Land: none
Classified Forest/Reservation/Timberland: none
Wildlife/Military Reserve Land : none
Unclassified Forest Land/Wilderness : 12.50 Has.
National Parks/Playgrounds : 15.00 Has.

Generally flat which covers 85.6% of the total land area and is mostly planted with sugarcane. Gently and moderately sloping reliefs (about 12.9%) can be found in Barangays Antipolo, Caputatan Norte, Curva, Panugnawan, Kawit and Maharuhay. Steep relief are located in other parts of Barangay Kawit and Maharuhay which comprise about 1.5 % of the Total Land area.

Climate :
Medellin falls under the fourth type of climate in the Philippines which is characterized by no pronounced maximum rain period and no definite dry season.

Soil Type :
Medellin clay Bolinao clay Lugo clay Faraon clay


Population: (Latest NCSO Survey-1994 ) 34,197
No. of Household
Labor Force: 17,167

    Infrastructure and Utilities Road Network  

National Road: 26.56 Kms.
Provincial Road: 15.72 Kms.
Municipal Road : 6.4 Kms.
Barangay Road : 52.48 Kms.
Ports (Domestic/International): 1
Airport (If any): none
Schools (Public & Private)
   Elementary: 15
   High Schools: 3
   College: none
Public Library: none
Public Market: 1
Multi-purpose Building: 5
Recreation Courts/Centers : 8

Transportation Services
   No. of Buses: 12
   No. of Jeepneys : 12
   No.of Tricycles: 20
   No. of Trisicads : 15

   No. of Post Office: 1
   No. of Telephone Stations: 1
   No. of Telex Services: none
   No. of Telegraphic Stations: 1

   Source of Electricity: CEBECO
    No. of Barangay Served: 15
    No. Household Served: -

   Source of Water: Mun. Water System
    No. of Households Served: Cost per cu. m. P 4.00/cu.m.

    Financial Intermediaries  

No. of Commercial Banks and Money Shops: none
No. of Government Banks: none
No. of Savings Banks: none
No. of Rural Banks: none
No. of Lending/Financing Institutions: 3
No. of Cooperatives within the area: 4

    Trade and Industry  

Commercial   Establishments  

Type of Business   No. of Establishments

Sari-sari Stores 125
Restaurants & Cafeterias 10
Fresh Fish & Meal Retailers 3
General Merchandising 4
Service and Repair Shops 3
Tailoring & Dress Shops 3
Pawnshops & Lending Investments 1
Lumber and Hardwares 3
Pharmacies and Drug Stores 4
Marketing Firms (Appliances, furniture,etc.) 1
Gasoline Stations 1
Bakeries 5
Photo Shops & Beauty Parlors 3
Others (Pls. Specify)

Industrial Establishments
Name of Existing Industrial Companies Products Line
   1. BOMEDCO Sugar cane
   2.Mahayahay Poultry Farms Poultry
   3.Alfredo Quijano Livestock Farms Piggery

Raw materials available within the area:
Types of Materials Est'd.Vol./Supply Suppliers/Producers
   1. Sugarcane
   2. Coco Products
   3. Bagasse
   4. Corn

Existing Skills Percent (%) To Total Population
   1. Carpentry
   2. Masonry
   3. Matweaving
   4. Fishing

Existing Tourist Attraction/s Location



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