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A Glimpse of Legazpi City Location 1.Regional Administrative Center for Bicol 2.Attributing Features Strategic location Availability of facilities and.

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2 A Glimpse of Legazpi City

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4 1.Regional Administrative Center for Bicol 2.Attributing Features Strategic location Availability of facilities and services 3.Travel Time From Manila to Legazpi By Air: 45 minutes By Land : 8 hours Features

5 Demography ParticularsUrbanRuralTotal Population95,02961,981157,010 Land Area (Has)18, , , Population Density5318 Household Population94,71161,946156,657 Households18,75611,85630,612 Average Household Size5.13 Population Growth Rate2.23% Barangays Location532 kms. South of Manila Literary Rate97% Languages/Dialects SpokenEnglish, Filipino, Bikol, Chinese

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7 Land Use

8 Resources Social Sector Education Protective Services Economic Sector Agriculture Business/Investment Banking/Financial Institutions Industry Mining Tourism Physical Sector Environmental Management Water Resources Infrastructure Sector Utilities and Facilities Power Communication

9 Education CategoryTotalPrivatePublic Pre-Elementary16151 Day Care Center67166 Elementary Secondary15114 Tertiary541 Special Education101 Vocational/Technical16 0 Non-Formal101 Total

10 Protective Services Regional Training Center of the PNP and the Provincial Command Provision of trainings for efficient service delivery Organized Tanods in every barangays Private agencies providing security services

11 Agriculture Economically unproductive agricultural lands converted to non-agricultural use has. 73% of agricultural lands are cultivated (8,124 out of 11,193 has.) Major crops are coconut, palay, rootcrops and vegetables Livestock production is done mostly on backyard scale Poultry production is categorized as backyard, semi- commercial and commercial scale Emphasis on the production, conservation and preservation of marine, aquatic and coastal resources An Agrarian Reform Community Development Project (ARCDP) is being implemented under the Convergence Policy

12 Banking/Financial Institutions

13 Business/Investment Existing commercial and financial establishments are mostly located within the Central Business District (CBD) An expanded commercial area are extending to the Alternative Business District, 500 meters from the CBD (increase of 40 has.) Allocation of land for industrial use (300 has.)

14 Business/Investment An approved Special Economic Zone under Presidential Declaration No Creation of Investment Promotion Center to assist investors and facilitate processing of documents Launching of One-Stop-Shop to facilitate processing of Business Permits and Licenses Organization of the Investment Board and Tourism Council Provision of Investment Incentives under SP Ordinance No

15 Mining 7 mining firms operating in quarrying business Total production for 5 years is 64,582 metric tons 95% perlite 5% bentonite Total claims of these firms is about 2,268 has.

16 Industry Classified into mining and manufacturing 77% are micro-industries 23% are cottage industries Manufacturing activities include bakeries/bakeshops, abaca crafts, woodcrafts, metal crafts, garment, tile & marble, food, printing press and lumber/minor forest products Export production industries involved copra cake/expeller/expellets

17 Environmental Management Creation of the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Establishment of Transfer Station and Ecological Waste Management Center An Ecological Waste Management System Project with three (3) pilot barangays Procurement of compactors and other equipment to augment the existing units Average collection efficiency is 88.35% Mitigation of Air and Water Quality

18 Water Resources Eastern portion of the city is delineated by a shoreline The Polique Bay merges with the Albay and the Pacific Ocean; Potential areas for fishing development 13 rivers, 2 are navigable 4 springs, 2 are tapped by the water district as potable water sources

19 Tourism 33 accommodation facilities with complete amenities 12 establishments with training and convention facilities that would accommodate 30-7,000 persons at a time 20 shopping establishments offering souvenir items for tourists Air transportation serviced by the Philippine Air Lines, Sea Air and Aboitiz (cargo only) Intercity land transportation serviced by 38 bus companies with aircon and non-aircon services and a number of rent- a-car services Intra-city land transportation serviced by jeepneys, taxis and tricycles

20 Communication

21 Infrastructure Facilities and Utilities Total length of road – 190 kilometers - within the standard of 1 kilometer per 1,000 population 18 bridges with an aggregate length of 405 linear meters Street lights along major roads Dikes and drainage facilities

22 Power Provided by the National Power Corporation and distributed via Luzon Grid to the local electric cooperative Source of power – Tiwi Geothermal Plant BacMan Geothermal Plant All 70 barangays are energized

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