San Isidro, Bohol

San Isidro, officially the Municipality of San Isidro (Cebuano: Munisipalidad sa San Isidro; Tagalog: Bayan ng San Isidro), is a 5th classmunicipality in the province of Bohol, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 9,909 people.[3]

Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Bohol
Municipality in Central Visayas, Philippines
San Isidro
Municipality of San Isidro

Municipal Hall of San Isidro

Flag

Map of Bohol with San Isidro highlighted
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San Isidro
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates:

9°48′N124°18′E

Country Philippines
Region Central Visayas
Province Bohol
District 2nd district
Founded 21 June 1969
Barangays 12 (see Barangays)
Government

[1]
  Type Sangguniang Bayan
  Mayor Diosdado N. Gementiza Jr.
  Vice Mayor Filemon R. Mantabote
  Representative Erico Aristotle C. Aumentado
  Municipal Council
Members
  • Henston M. Sandigan
  • Zinas V. Arambala
  • Danilo B. Saligumba
  • Ruby M. Lurot
  • Clemen M. Jala
  • Jorge L. Cosmod
  • Jacinto B. Naraga
  • Lourdes R. Samuya
  Electorate 7,152 voters (2019)
Area

[2]
  Total 60.04 km2 (23.18 sq mi)
Elevation

220 m (720 ft)
Highest elevation

466 m (1,529 ft)
Lowest elevation

15 m (49 ft)
Population

 (2020 census)[3]
  Total 9,909
  Density 170/km2 (430/sq mi)
  Households

2,194
Economy

  Income class 5th municipal income class
  Poverty incidence 30.88% (2015)[4]
  Revenue ₱71,499,753.29 (2020)
  Assets ₱184,717,033.18 (2020)
  Expenditure ₱81,823,458.83 (2020)
  Liabilities ₱20,542,264.02 (2020)
Service provider

  Electricity Bohol 1 Electric Cooperative (BOHECO 1)
Time zone UTC+8 (PST)
ZIP code
6345
PSGC
IDD:area code +63(0)38
Native languages Boholano dialect
Cebuano
Tagalog

This town is quite unique because it is the only town covered by the 2nd District surrounded by towns of the 1st District.

The town of San Isidro, Bohol celebrates its feast on May 15, to honor the town patron Saint Isidore the Laborer.[5]

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San Isidro comprises 12 barangays. Of these, only Poblacion is classified as urban and the rest are rural.

PSGC Barangay Population ±% p.a.
2020[3] 2010[6]
071237002 Abehilan 6.3% 620 621 −0.02%

 

071237014 Baryong Daan 2.9% 292 288 0.13%  
071237003 Baunos 4.4% 432 479 −0.97%  
071237005 Cabanugan 9.6% 949 892 0.59%  
071237006 Caimbang 6.4% 638 668 −0.43%  
071237007 Cambansag 7.2% 718 683 0.47%  
071237008 Candungao 9.3% 922 1,130 −1.90%  
071237009 Cansague Norte 4.1% 404 414 −0.23%  
071237010 Cansague Sur 5.9% 581 565 0.26%  
071237011 Causwagan Sur 5.9% 580 613 −0.52%  
071237012 Masonoy 4.8% 473 547 −1.36%  
071237013 Poblacion 21.5% 2,135 2,225 −0.39%  
Total 9,909 9,125 0.78%

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