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City extends 10o 20' to 10o 26'N Latitude and from
12o 35' to 12o 49' Longitude midway along the West
Coast of the elongated island Province of Cebu.
: I - A
Annual Income:(As of 1996) P 156,042,973.00
No. of Barangays: 38
Total Land Area (Cadastral Survey): 21,627.757 Has.
Land Classification as of 1996:
Arable Area: 2,396.90 Has.
Residential : 341.40 Has.
Commercial : 20.00 Has.
Industrial : 3,000.00 Has.
Certified Alienable /Disposable Land: N/A
Classified Forest/Reservation/Timberland: 4,932.00
Has. Wildlife/Military Reserve Land : N/A
Unclassified Forest Land/Wilderness : N/A
National Parks/Playgrounds : 20.00 Has.
The terrain of Toledo City is characterized by the Narrow
Coastal Plains that give way abruptly to a few rolling
hills and rugged mountain ranges and stones. Roughly 20
sq. km. (2000 hectares) along the coast line have elevations
of less than 40 meters above sea level. There are fairly
level and rolling plateaus and valley comprising some
57 sq.kms. (5,700 has.) spread throughout the interior.
Cebu Island is located within the Philippines "typhoon
belt" winds of only 11k and 6k with normal track from
northeast trade in January and March, respectively, hit
the general vicinity of Toledo at an average of once a
year or less. Shielded by Cebu's mountain ranges in this
direction, Toledo is not affected by these winds. This
fact, however, does not spare Toledo's mountain barrios
from the wind and a part of its lowland areas particularly
in the vicinity of Dumlog and Sangi, from the disastrous
effct of flood water caused by the typhoon.
Soil Type :
Beach sand, bolinao clay, faraon clay, baguio clay loam
and Mandaue silt loam.
(Latest NCSO Survey-1994 ) 140,399.00
No. of Household 29,490.00
Labor Force: 19,000 +
Employed: 35% 6,650
Self-Employed: 4.5% 855
Unemplyed: 60.5% 11,495
and Utilities Road Network
Road: 45.771 Kms.
Provincial Road: Naga-Uling
Road Municipal/Brgy. Road : 10.8 Kms.
Ports (Domestic/International): 4
Airport (If any): 2
AFC & Mining
Schools (Public & Private)
Elementary: 47 Public Schools
High Schools: 13 Public Schools
4 Private Schools
Public Library: 4
Public Market: 5
Multi-purpose Building: All Barangays
Recreation Courts/Centers : 2
No. of Buses: 56
No. of Jeepneys : 112
No.of Tricycles: 523
No. of Trisicads: 120
No. of Post Office: 2
No. of Telephone Stations: 3
No. of Telex Services: 3
No. of Telegraphic Stations: 3
Source of Electricity: CEBECO II
No. of Barangay Served: 37
No. Household Served: 25,389
Source of Water: Toledo Waterworks System Com.
Water System 11,406 HH
Tubed/Piped Deep Well 3,511 HH
Dug Well, Spring & Peddler 7,165 HH
of Commercial Banks and Money Shops: 5
No. of Government Banks 1
No. of Savings Banks: 1
No. of Rural Banks: 1
No. of Lending/Financing Institutions: 2
No. of Cooperatives within the area: 45
of Business No. of Establishments
Mining & Quarrying 4
General Merchandising 10
Service and Repair Shops 14
Gasoline Stations 3
Raw materials available within the area:
Types of Materials Estimated Vol./Supply Suppliers/Producers
1. Copper 218,328,750.00 MT ACDMC
2. Gold - ACDMC
3. Silver - ACDMC
4. Red Burning Clay 11,125.00 Cu.M.
5. Marble 48,790,750.00 MT Filipinas Marble Corp.
6. Cement Raw Mat'ls. 21,840.50 MT ACMDC
7. Bentonite - Oscar Villanueva
8. Limestone - ACMDC
9. Marbleized Limestone - Cebu Marble Mfg. & Resource
11. Pandan Leaves
12. Nito Stalks/Rice Stalks
13. Buri Palms
Existing Skills Percent (%) To Total Population
1. Welding 10.0 %
2. Carpentry 28.0 %
3. Dressmaking` 10.0 %
4. Tailoring 8.0 %
5. High Speed Machine Operator 15.0 %
6. Toys Making 3.0 %
7. Automotive Mechanics 3.0 %
8. Artificial Flavor Making 5.4 %
9. Practical Electricity
10. Heavy Equipment Operator
12. Machine Shops Practice
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