Political Information
Legal Basis of Creation:
Date of Ratification / Plebiscite:
No. of Registered Voters: 758
No. of Precincts:
Physical Information
Land Area (in heactares) 264.4162 sq.m.
Barangay Category Urban
Land Classification Lowland
Major Economic Agricultural
Fiscal Information
A. External Sources
Internal Revenue Allotment  Php 1,533,519.00
B. Local Sources
RPT Share Php 25,000.00
Fees & Charges Php 12,500.00
Others Php 2,000.00
Total Income Php 1,573,019.00
Demographic Information
Total Population 1,644
No. of Female 793
No. of Male 851
No. of Families 74
No. of Households 349
No. of Labor Force
No. of Unemployed
Source RBI
Year captured
Basic Utilities / Services
Largest Power Supply Distributor Electric Cooperative
Major Water Supply Level of Households Water supplied by wells/spring in the brgy., Water supplied through water faucets in individual households
No. of Households with access to potable water supply 439
Existing Means of Transportation Jeep, Private Vehicle, Tricycle, Motorcycle, Horse/Carabao
Existing Means of Communication  Mobile phone
Awards / Recognition received by the barangay or barangay officials
National Level
Regional Level
Local Level



Before the Spaniards came to the Philippine Archipelago, in most places, the natives gave the name of their place where they lived similar to the names of the plants and trees or based on some of the situations occurred in their locality. This is true in Barangay Tastasan. According to the forefathers of the residents, their place was formerly called “Putyukan Bato”.

Evidently, during World War I, the Philippines was the target of war. Filipinos throughout the country tried to escape and hide soon the invaders could not find them. According to the forefathers, the Spanish soldiers came looking for their enemies, but, they found nobody. With anger, they cut down all the plants, killed the animals, slashed and destroyed the houses and properties and, everything they found which were owned by the residents in everywhere they passed by.

When the Spaniards went back to their country, the Philippines was declared peaceful, then, the residents went back to their respective houses. Unexpectedly, they found their houses and properties already destroyed- everything were “unraveled”, which in local term means “Ang tanan natastas”. Lately, the residents shortened the words as “Tastasan” which means “the place where things unraveled”.