City of Cabuyao
|Nickname(s): Nayon ng Mamatid, Barrio Mamatid|
|Motto: WOW! Mamat1d|
|Region||CALABARZON (Region IV-A)|
|• Type||Sangguniang Barangay, with Chairman as its head supported by seven (7) Barangay Councilors|
|• Barangay Chairman||Ernani G. Himpisao|
|• Barangay||2.6 km2 (1.00387 sq mi)|
|• Urban||2.6 km2 (1.00387 sq mi)|
|Population (May 2010)|
|• Density||19,000/km2 (50,000/sq mi)|
|• Urban density||19,000/km2 (50,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|• Summer (DST)||Manila (UTC)|
|Languages||Tagalog and English|
Mamatid (Ma-ma-tíd) or officially known as Barangay Mamatid (PSGC: 043404009) is one of the eighteen (18) urbanized barangays comprising the City of Cabuyao in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It lies for about 6.5 kilometers away from the city proper of Cabuyao and is situated at the eastern portion of the city. According to the 2010 Census, it has a population of 50,213 inhabitants (grew from 37,166 in Census 2007), making it ranked as the largest barangay in Cabuyao when it comes to population. It is because of a large number of populace migrating to so many subdivisions located in the barangay.
Barangay Mamatid is popular for its three (3) College Schools, so many private schools including catholic schools from Pre-school to High School, seven (7) Day Care Centers and a public elementary school where a big number of students are studying there.
The barangay is also famous for its Diocesan Shrine dedicated to Saint Vincent Ferrer, because of a large number of devotees from other provinces, neighbor towns and barangays are coming and visiting there devoting to its Patron Saint who is known to be miraculous.
- 1 Political Division
- 2 Geography
- 3 Climate
- 4 Demography
- 5 Churches/Chapels
- 6 Barangay Officials (2013-2016)
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
It is politically subdivided into three (3) Puroks:
The total land area of Barangay Mamatid is 0.026 hectares (has.) or 2.6 square kilometers (km2), ranking ninth (9th) largest out of eighteen (18) barangays in the city of Cabuyao. It lies for about 6.5 kilometers (km) away from the town proper and is situated at the eastern portion of the city and southwest of the Laguna de Bay, the country's largest lake.
It is located south of Laguna de Bay, the country's largest lake, southwest of Brgy. Uwisan and west of Brgy. Banlic in Calamba City, north of Brgy. Banlic, northeast of Brgy. San Isidro, east of Brgy. Gulod and southeast of Brgy. Baclaran in Cabuyao City.
Types of Seasons
The rainfall regime of Barangay Mamatid is characterized by the two (2) pronounced seasons, the wet and dry seasons. The wet season which is from June to November and the relatively dry season that lasts from December to May. The average rainfall is about 2,000 mm of rain falling in an average year, there are about 150 days which are rainy days.
The seasonal variations of the Temperature field is uneventful. The coldest months start from November up to January and the warmest month on the record is the month of May. On the average, a 12 °C temperature difference exists between the warmest and coolest months. The mean annual temperature is a warm 27.5 °C.
The annual relative Humidity is 70%. The most humid months are June, July, August and September with the normal relative humidity registered at 84%, while April and May are the driest at 70%.
|Population Census of Mamatid|
According to 2010 Census, it has a population of 50,213 inhabitants, grew from 37,166 in Census 2007 and 10,020 in Census 2000. Barangay Mamatid is currently the most populous barangay of the city.
|No.||Barangay||Rank||Population (2007)||Population (2010)||Population Density (2010)||Annual Growth Rate (Average)|
|16||Barangay I Poblacion||14th||2,589||2,839||12,334/km2||1.07%|
|17||Barangay II Poblacion||17th||1,947||1,840||7,886/km2||-0.61%|
|18||Barangay III Poblacion||13th||3,153||2,846||12,034/km2||-1.08%|
Barangay Mamatid has an income per capita of PhP 15,973,620.00 (For Fiscal Year 2012). It is currently the fastest growing and most outstanding barangay of the city.
- San Vicente Ferrer Parish (1946) - Parroquia de Mamatid (Mamatid Parish) was founded in September 1946 under the Diocese of San Pablo, San Pablo City, Laguna. It was called San Vicente Ferrer Parish in honor of Saint Vincent Ferrer, the barangay's Patron Saint. A large number of crowd went there during his feast day (April 5). It is also the first barangay church that became Parish in Laguna.
- Diocesan Shrine of San Vicente Ferrer (2010) - the shrine was declared on March 26, 2010 in the celebration of the consecration and dedication of the parish church.
The list of Chapels under the supervision of San Vicente Ferrer Parish:
- Immaculate Concepcion Chapel (Brgy. Baclaran)
- Saint Raphael Archangel Mini Parish (Brgy. Gulod)
- The Risen Lord Chapel (Mabuhay City Subdivision-Phase 1, Brgy. Mamatid)
- Saint Joseph the Worker Chapel (Mabuhay City Subdivision-Phase 5, Brgy. Mamatid)
- Mabuhay Mini Chapel (Mabuhay City Subdivision-Phase 3, Brgy. Mamatid)
- United Church of Christ in the Philippines (Brgy. Mamatid)
Barangay Officials (2013-2016)
Barangay Captain: Ernani G. Himpisao
Sangguniang Barangay Members:
- Gabriel C. Bariring, Jr.
- Ambell M. Himpisao
- Justino H. Lapaz
- Jervis R. Himpisao
- Emmil C. Lapidario
- Gil L. Naval III
- Fritz Gail P. Antioquia
- Cabuyao, Laguna
- Laguna, Philippines
- Our Lady of Assumption College
- South Luzon Expressway
- Raid at Los Baños
- Mamatid Official Website
- Mamatid Map | Philippines Google Satellite Maps
- Official Website of the City of Cabuyao
- Cabuyao Laguna Site
- The Spirit of Cabuyao
||Baclaran, Cabuyao City||Laguna de Bay||Brgy. Uwisan, Calamba City|
|Gulod, Cabuyao City||Brgy. Banlic, Calamba City|
|San Isidro, Cabuyao City||Banlic, Cabuyao City||Villa Palao, Brgy. Banlic, Calamba City|