#ABOUT JUNE 25, 2018



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General Information


Municipal Executives

Political, Cultural and Sports Luminaries

Political Subdivisions

SJC Political Map
The city is subdivided to the urban and rural district political areas. The urban subdivision comprises the five barangays or districts in the Poblacion (R. Rueda Sr., F. E. Marcos, C. Ramos, R. Eugenio and C. Sanchez) and the five barangays adjacent to the city proper (Abar 1st, Calaocan, Malasin, Sto. Niño 1st and Sibut). Although the area covered by the urban subdivision only consists of 10 barangays, the urban area has a total population of 58,342 or 42.26% of the total population of the city, which is 138,063 based on the 2014 update of population from the City Population Office. 

The Official Seal of San Jose City

San Jose City Logo
In resolution No. 69, series of 1969 of the First Municipal Board, the Official Seal of San Jose City (Figure 2) was adopted.



Geo-Physical Environment


Geographical Location/Political Boundaries

Accessibility

Topography: Elevation and Slope

Geology: Soil Systems

Land Resources

Land Classification
San Jose City has a total land area of 18,725 ha. which is roughly 3.25% of the total land area of the Province of Nueva Ecija of 5,751.33 sq. km. The City is politically subdivided into 38 barangays divided into 10 urban and 28 rural classification.

Mineral Deposit/Resources

Mineral deposits in the city
The city has been blessed by nature that produces quality mineral deposits, which eventually can be used for quarrying and transformed into construction materials. Hereunder are the lists of available mineral commodity that can be found in different location within the locality.

Freshwater Resources

Climate/ Athmospheric Temperature

Natural Hazards/Constraints