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Barangay San Vicente is one of the fourteen (14) Barangays of Burgos. It is divided into seven Sitios namely: Arasaas, Bantay Bukel, Lubong, Capariaan, Pasao-Sao 1, Pasao-Sao 2 and Centro. It was gifted with a hidden paradise called “Sangbay Falls” found at Sitio Arasaas. The late Teodoro Braga was its first Barangay Captain on the year 1972. At present, Barangay San Vicente is headed by Punong Barangay Joselito V. Bruto who has been the Barangay Captain since year 2010.
Barangay San Vicente has started as a sitio of Barangay Anapao Burgos, Pangasinan headed by Kapitan del Barrio Ambrocio Odan who was the first leader.
Second Kapitan Del Barrio was Modesto Bonilla, next was Simoy Napolitano, 4th was the late Meanio Nacino. Eldefonso Bonilla was the 5th Kapitan del Barrio, on his time, people of Sitio San Vicente pursue that the said Sitio should have its own Barangay. It was then agreed that Barangay Anapao and Sitio San Vicente be separated by having a boundary, the Balingcaquing River. All residents beyond the Eastern part of the Balingcaquing River belong to Barangay Anapao and all residents beyond the Western part of Balingcaquing River belong to SanVicente. From then, Barangay Anapao and Sitio San Vicente had been separated and became two (2) Barangays.
In 1972, the first Barangay Captain of Barangay San Vicente was Teodoro Braga, during that time there was no plaza, chapel and barangay school. They celebrated their barangay fiesta at the rice field of Sitio Arasaas near Bantay Bukel, they made covered “pala-pala” with coconut leaves walling as chapel for community mass. After how many years they have constructed a little plaza made of cement at Sitio Arasaas, where they celebrated Barangay Fiesta every year.
The next elected Barangay Captain was Eulito Vidal. During his administration, there was an election of PTA president and the late Don Feliciano “Don Felli” Bruto was then elected as the PTCA president. On that time, they had organized/requested to build a community school which is the DON ANTONIO BONILLA COMMUNITY SCHOOL. The next OIC Barangay Captain was Arsenio Calizar, in replacement of Eulito Vidal for his termination. During his term they constructed Barangay Chapel on the Eastern corner of the plaza but now relocated construction portion of plaza.
Next Barangay Captain was Felomino Bruto. During his term, they constructed concrete road from rehabilitation to “Dalumpinas” and constructed the Barangay Hall.
Next Barangay Captain was Feliciano Bruto. On his term, they expanded the Barangay Hall, constructed concrete road from Capariaan to San Vicente Centro, concrete road from farm (irrigation) to “Tapaw“ and the relocation of the Barangay Chapel beside the school.
Next Barangay Captain was Arsenio Calizar. On his term, they continued the Barangay hall, constructed concrete road from Centro to Dalumpinas, concrete road from rehabilitation to Ex Brgy. Capt. Arsenio Calizar, additional installation of electrical post & wirings down to Arasaas, constructed waiting sheds near Salvador Maranion, near Arturo Maranion at Capariaan beside road and rice field at Sitio Pasao-Sao and Arasaas.
Next Barangay Captain was Judeth Bonode. On his term, the Barangay Plaza was expanded about 1.5 meters wide and renovated part of Barangay Hall. At that time, heirs of the late Don Feliciano Bruto donated the lot for the location of Barangay Plaza, Barangay Hall and Barangay Chapel.
Barangay San Vicente is Agriculture Centre of the Municipality of Burgos, a self-reliant united community inhabited by hardworking, hospitable and GOD fearing people living in clean and peaceful environment under a transparent, honest and responsible leadership.
Promote peace and order, maintain harmony among Barangay residents to ensure the safety and convenience of the people to improve the quality of life of our people.
- Type of Barangay
- Urban ___Rural ___Tribal
- Geographical Location (Boundaries)
- East: Tambacan, Don Matias
- West: Cacayasen and San Juan, Agno, Pangasinan
- North: Anapao
- South: Poblacion
- Total Land Area of the Barangay:
Land Area in Square Kilometer Land Area in Hectare % to total Land Area of the City 700, 1580 71.56 5.6
- Distance From:
- Poblacion: 0 km
- Provincial Capital: 5 km
- National Highway: 0 km
- Terrain Characteristics
Type 0-25% 26-50% 51-75% 76-100% 1. Urban-Coastal 2. Urban-Landlocked ü
- Distribution of Land by Use
Type of Use Land Area (Sq. Kilometers) Land Area (Hectare) % to Total 1. Agricultural 3,500.790 3,500.79 0.5 2. Aquatic 3. Residential 1,750.395 1,750 0.25 4. Commercial 5. Forest 2,333.860 2,333 0.33 6. Idle Lands
- Total Population : 910
- Households : 248
- Families : 256
|JOSELITO V. BRUTO||Punong Barangay|
|FELIX A. BONALOS||Barangay Kagawad|
|PEPITO C. MELLAPRE JR.||Barangay Kagawad|
|MODESTO O. MARANION||Barangay Kagawad|
|SUSAN B. PALOS||Barangay Kagawad|
|NATIVIDAD A. ESPAÑOL||Barangay Kagawad|
|ROBERT B. NANQUIL||Barangay Kagawad|
|ROBILIN G. CALIZAR||Barangay Secretary|
|PRESCILA E. NECESITO||Barangay Treasurer|
|SHERRYLIN B. GINEZ||SK Chairman|
|MECAILA U. ALMANZ||SK Kagawad|
|ELA MAE NANQUIL||SK Kagawad|
|CAMILE NICA ONTAR||SK Kagawad|
|VERONICA A. HUMILDE||SK Kagawad|
|JOHN REY BONA||SK Kagawad|
|JOHN CHRISTOPHER GAVINA||SK Kagawad|
|JOSEPH SISON||SK Kagawad|
- Employment Data:
- Locally Employed: 90
- Self-employed: 95
- Employed Overseas: 35
- Total Numb\er of Employed Residents: 217
- Total Number of Unemployed: 314
- Engineers: 5
- Nurses: 5
- Seaman: 9
- Skilled Workers:
- Carpenters: 7
- Drivers: 15
- Rice mill operator: 5
- Major Sources of Livelihood:
- Major Locally Produced Products/Raw Materials:
- Agricultural Establishment:
- Sari-sari store
- Industrial Establishment:
- Health and Nutrition: To upgrade the capability of the barangays to deliver adequate health and nutrition services.
- To put up support services to sustain health service delivery.
- Education and Culture and Manpower Development: To provide support towards further improvement of education and culture service in the barangay such as upgrading of the Barangay Day Care Centers.
- Women and Children: To strengthen the capability of barangay-based institutions performing related-activities of the welfare and protection of children such as: (BCPC, BPOC, BADAC and Barangay Nutrition Committee)
- Public safety and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management: To strengthen the capacity of Barangay Peace and Order Committee in maintaining peace and order and public safety in the barangay.
- To build-up and sustain the capability of Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management Committee in planning and implementation of disaster-related plans and programs as well as in coordinating efforts in times of emergencies and calamities.
- Agriculture and Fisheries Development: To provide adequate support to farmers and fisher folks to increase their capacity to raise their income.
- To strengthen the capability of Barangay Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council, Barangay Agriculture and Fishery Council, and Barangay Poverty Reduction Action Team.
- Entrepreneurship, Business and Industry Promotion: To provide appropriate skills training and livelihood opportunities to the needy.
- Natural resource Management: To protect, conserve and maintain land and water resources in harmony with the rhythm of nature and in support of the various socio-economic development efforts.
- To assist in the conduct of information dissemination and education campaign about natural resources management.
- Waste management and pollution control: To establish and institutionalize a functional Barangay Ecological Solid Waste Management Program to ensure effective and efficient solid waste management.
- To construct/repair a drainage canal to ensure efficient flow of water
- To provide additional street lights