The City of Talisay is on the coast of Cebu Province and is the first town located twelve (12) kilometers Southwest of
Cebu City. It is bounded on the north by Barangay Bulacao of Cebu City; on the west by Barangay Camp 7 of Toledo City; on
the south by the Municipality of Minglanilla, Cebu; and on the east by Bohol Strait. It served as an intermediated area on
the south of Metro Cebu and is the gateway to the west and southern towns of the province. The municipality has a total land
area of 5,251.558 hectares and the municipality is made up of twenty-two (22) barangays namely: Biasong, Camp 4, Camp 6, Candulawan,
Cansojong, Dumlog, Jaclupan, Lagtang, Lawaan I, Lawaan II, Lawaan III, Linao, Maghaway, Mohon, Poblacion, Pooc, San Isidro,
San Roque, Tabunoc, Tangke and Tapul.
Class : I-C
Annual Income:(As of 1996) P 24,964,160.66
No. of Barangays: 22
Income: P60Million (Year 2000)
Total Land Area (Cadastral Survey): 8,645.00 Has.
Land Classification as of (Latest Year)
Arable Area: 1,217.376 Has.
Residential : 3,110.40 Has.
Commercial : 129.60 Has.
Industrial : 72.576 Has.
Certified Alienable /Disposable Land: Has.
Wildlife/Military Reserve Land :
Unclassified Forest Land/Wilderness :
National Parks/Playgrounds : Has.
Talisay has (4) types of soils, namely: Faraon Clay, Faraon Clay Steep Phase, Baguio Clay Loam.
The mountainous areas in Talisay are of indigenous origin. The town is well-drained except in certain parts of Poblacion
and Dumlog near the mouth of Mananga river where manggroves abound. Its abundant supply of artesian water that sprouts out
of its own pressure and fine beaches in the town although some have dried up. No mineral of commercial value have been prospected.
The climate of Talisay falls under the third type and is characterized by a pronounced maximum rain periods with short
dry seasons lasting from 1 to 3 months. The distribution of rainfall shows that March to April is the dry season and the heaviest
rains pour in October due to depressions, typhoons and the start of the northeasterly winds through November and December.
Talisay shorelines are largely exposed to southwesterly winds in July and August. Northeasterly winds blow from the direction
of Cebu City eight months of the year beginning in October through May. Westerly and northwesterly winds hardly affect the
town owing to its high mountain ranges towards this direction. Mean relative humidity rises in June and July by 77% to 78%
and reaches its peak in October and November by 79% and goes down in December and January by 77% to 78%. Mean temperature
reaches its height in April by 72%. Mean temperature reaches its height in April and May at 28.2oC and drops down to its lowest
in January and February at 26.3oC.
Population: (Latest NCSO Survey-1994 ) 759,990
No. of Household 148,225
Labor Force: 375,187
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Ports (Domestic/International): 8/1
Airport (If any): 1
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Trade and Industry
Commercial Establishments Type of Business No. of Establishments
Rattan Factory 52
Garment Factory 61
Hollow Block Factory 38
Sand and Gravel 8
Crushing Plant 2
Rice and Corn Mills 5
Marine Products Processing Plant 191
Poultry Farms 22
Piggery Farms 3
Sari-sari Stores 708
Restaurants & Cafeterias 107
Lechon Dealers 16
Fresh Fish & Meal Retailers 279
General Merchandising 112
Dry Goods Peddlers 61
Real Estate Lessor 16
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Tailoring & Dress Shops 32
Labor Contractor 33
Lumber and Hardwares 8
Pharmacies and Drug Stores
Commercial Bldg. 8
Gasoline Stations 8
Photo Shops & Beauty Parlors 11
Importer/Exporter of Native Products 45
Raw materials available within the area:
Types of Materials Est'd.Vol./Supply Suppliers/Producers
1. Coconut 855 tons
2. Banana 1332 tons
3. Mango 942.75 tons
4. Vegetables 1070.60 tons
5. Corn 142.50 tons
6. Rice 550 tons
Livestock/ Poultry Farms
No. of Heads Location
1. Asa Farm 35,000 birds Dumlog 100 swine
2. Becky Bretta Farm 30,000 birds Biasong 500 swine
3. Tan Poultry Farm 15,000 birds Biasong
4. Bravo Farm 40,000 birds Kimba
5. Dela Torre Farm 1,000 birds Kimba
6. Leon Amangpang Farm 5,000 birds San Isidro
7. Cabigas Farm 5,000 birds San Isidro
8. O. Manreal Farm 5,000 birds Pooc
9. I. Po Farm 5,000 birds Ilang-ilang
10.V & F Farm 20,000 birds Mohon
11. W. Lu Farm 10,000 birds Mohon
12. Mrs. Wong Farm 10,000 birds Mohon
13. Saavedra 10,000 birds Mohon 100 swine
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