Was once a barrio of Binangonan; created as a pueblo in 1766 and became an independent Municipality in 1935 by the virtue of Executive Order 158, signed by then President Manuel L. Quezon, effective on January 1, 1935. Was believed to be the cradle of mythical beings such as nuno, sirena that underscore the rich history and culture of the town.

Then, was aptly named as “Angono”, said to be linked to “Ang Nuno”, a small-long bearded man living in the old balete tree situated in the town’s poblacion. It is home to the Angono Petroglyphs, the oldest known work of art in the philippines. The birthplace of two great Filipino National Artists, Carlos “Botong” V. Francisco and Maestro Lucio D. San Pedro, National Artists for Visual Arts and Music, respectively.



The town is accessible from Metro Manila via Ortigas Avenue and Manila East Road, via Angono-Taytay Coastal Road and Manila East Road, or via Marcos Hi-way, Ortigas Avenue Extension and Manila East Road.


A small town, with the total land area of 2,300 hectares, by the coastal region of Laguna de Bay, Angono belongs to the First Congressional District of Rizal, which approximately comprises only 1.9 percent of Rizal Province and makes it the fourth smallest among the 13 municipalities and 1 component city.


  • Population (2020 Census): 130,494
  • Population per Barangay (2015 Census)
    • Brgy. Bagumbayan: 2,779
    • Brgy. Kalayaan: 20,170
    • Brgy. Mahabang Parang : 37,882
    • Brgy. Poblacion Ibaba : 3,627
    • Brgy. Poblacion Itaas: 562
    • Brgy. San Isidro: 34,229
    • Brgy. San Pedro: 1,817
    • Brgy. San Roque: 12,754
    • Brgy. San Vicente: 14,255
    • Brgy. Sto. Niño: 2,419
  • Population Growth Rate (2020 Census): 3.04%
  • Estimated No. of Households (2020 Census): 28,063
  • Household Size (2015 Census): 4.65
  • Population Density (2015 Census): 57 persons/hectare
  • Employment Rate(# of employed/labor force): 82.58%
  • Number of Registered Voters (as of July 2021): 63,165


SOCIAL SERVICES (as of June 2021) Number of Educational Institutions
  • Technical and vocational schools: 3
  • Universities and Colleges(public/private): 1/2
  • High school (public/private): 4/15
  • Elementary (public/private): 5/11
  • Pre-School (public/private): 15/20
  • Daycare Centers: 35
Number of Hospitals (public/private): 1/3 Number of Clinics: 58 Health Center: 2 with Lying-in Clinic and Laboratory Services Health Personnel
  • Medical Doctor: 4
  • Dentist: 3
  • Nurse: 26
  • Midwife: 12
  • Medical Technologist: 1
  • Sanitary Inspector: 1
  • Administrative Aide: 2
  • Barangay Health Worker (LGU Accredited): 65
Number of Barangay Health Station: 10 Sports and Recreational Facilities
  • Angono Gymnasium (500 seating capacity): 1
  • Multi-Purpose Covered Court: 31
  • Public Park: 4
  • Art Gallery/Museum: 7
  • Resort: 11
Number of Subdivision: 80 Protective Service
  • Police Personnel: 67
  • Non-Uniform Police Personnel: 4
  • Bureau of Fire Protection Personnel: 18 (+4 Volunteer)
  • Public Safety and Order: 555
  • Barangay Tanod: 126
  • Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPATs) : 25
  • Permanent Employee: 298
  • Casual Employee: 5
  • Elected Official: 10
  • Co-Terminous: 19
  • Volunteer Job Order: 3,265


LGU Income
YearInternal Revenue AllotmentLocally Sourced IncomeTotal
Major Products
  • Basalt Rocks
    • The hard and best rock not only in the Philippines but even in the world
  • World Class Paintings
  • Fried “Itik”
Commercial and Industries
Total Number of Registered Enterprises2,3562,878
Total Number of New Businesses Registered237581
Total Number of Business Renewals2,0992,297
Total Investment by New business Registrants34,614,464.2788,785,185.09
Number of Commercial Building Permits8441
Number of Banks1413
Number of Micro-Financing Institutions1718
Famous Festivals
  • Foundation Day (Brgy. Kalayaan): July 26
  • St. Joseph the Worker (Brgy. MP): May 1
  • Feast of Sto. Niño (Brgy. Sto. Niño): 3rd Sunday of January
  • Feast of San Vicente Ferrer: April 5
  • Feast of San Roque (Brgy. San Roque): August 16
  • Feast of San Pedro (Brgy. San Pedro): June 29
  • San Isidro Labrador (Brgy. San Isidro): May 15
  • Feast of St. Clement (Town Fiesta): November 23
  • Higantes Festival: 3rd Sunday of November
  • “Latag Banig”/Palm Sunday
  • “Pasko ng Pagkabuhay” (“Salubong”)
  • Summer Arts Festival


Ang Nuno Art Gallery
Angkla Art Gallery
Angono DOMSA Spring
Angono Eco-Park
Angono Lakeside Eco-Park
Angono Street Murals
Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs
Balaw-Balaw Restaurant and Art Gallery
Blanco Family Museum
Carlos Francisco Studio/The 2nd Gallery
East Ridge Golf Course
Giant Dwarf Art Space Gallery
Loyola Retreat House
Nemiranda Art House
Orville Timason Art Gallery
Plaza Rizal

SM Angono Art Walk
Sm Center Angono
Vicentian Hills Seminary
ALKHO’S Infinity Pool
Bricks and Brew Café and Swimming Pool
Clad Blue Resort
Ireland Villa Dos
Miko’s Resort
Red Lion Private Resort and Pool
Scrapyard Resort
Thunder Bird Resorts and Casino
Unamonte Mountain Resort
Villa Fernando Resort
Villa Jhoana Resort
Yohan’s Private Pool


Power Supply Source: MERALCO (100% served)
  • Average Consumption
  • Residential: 35.9MW
  • Commercial: 16.3MW
  • Industrial: 6.4 MW
  • Other: 0.8 MW
Water Sources Source
  • Manila Water Co. (≈94.97% served)
  • Deep Well
Connectivity Fixed Line Telephone
  • Local area dialing code: 02
  • PLDT connections available in all barangays
  • Fixed rate for calls within the municipality, PLDT offers flat rates for NDD calls
  • International calls via telephone are easy and efficient
Mobile Company 10 Barangays have network coverage (Globe, TM, DITO, Gomo, Smart, Sun & Talk and Text) Courier Service Philpost, LBC Express, JRS Express, 2Go Express & DHL Express Internet Provider
  • Business Processing Management (BPM) – ready for voice and non-voice technology
  • Widespread use of the Internet (PLDT DSL/Fiber, Suncellular Broadband, Smart Bro, Globe Tatoo, Wi-Tribe Telecoms, Converge, Cheeta & Telmarc
  • Availability of internet café in all barangay
Cable TV System Telmarc Corp., Skyline CATV Industries Inc., Cheetah Broadband and Signal TV Waste Management Municipal MRF, Transfer Station, 10 Barangay MRF, 19 Junkshop MRF and Sanitary Landfill in Morong, Rizal Transportation Bus, Mini Bus, Taxi, SUV, Jeepney, Car Rentals, Tricycle & Pedicab Road Network
  • Provincial Road: 7.475 kilometers
  • Municipal Road: 28.102 kilometers
  • Barangay Road: 80.337 kilometers
  • Subdivision Road: 64.808 kilometers
TOTAL: 180.722 kilometers


  • Safe and Healthy Environment
  • Availability of amenities, utilities, community and personal services
  • Standards of educational institutions are high


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