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Kidapawan City

City of Kidapawan

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KidapawaKidapawan logon, the city hailed as “A Spring in the Highland”, comes from the words “tida” which means spring and “pawan” meaning highland. The city is found at the bottom of the majestic Mt. Apo, the country’s tallest mountain making it a great spot and first-rate tourist attraction.

Geography
Kidapawan City is located Southeastern portion of Cotabato Province;located almost midway of the cities of Davao and Cotabato at a distance of 110 km and 120 km, respectively.

Industries
The cutflower industry is a good source of livelihood among Cotabateños, especially those residing in Kidapawan City. In addition to ornamental and forest tree seedlings, flowers such as roses, anthuriums and orchids are abundantly grown locally providing a very promising and highly profitable source of livelihood and business in the area.

Kidapawan city also prides itself as the fruit basket of the Philippines. Exotic fruits like Durian, Mangosteen, Lanzones, Marang, Rambutan, Banana, and the like are grown and harvested in abundance from the rolling highlands of Mt. Apo, passing through the wide plains of the rural communities of Kidapawan City, and down into the backyard of every household.

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CITY OF KIDAPAWAN (Capital)

Date of Creation: February 12, 1998
Land Area (Has): 31,250 (NAMRIA)
Income Classification: 3rd (Component City)
Population: 125,447 (2010 NSO Survey)
Population Density (2010): 401.43 (Persons/sq.km.)
Registered Voters (2010): 68,650
No. of Barangays: 40

 

Festival:

TIMPUPO FESTIVAL is an annual celebration in the City of Kidapawan, People in the place bring variety of fruits to the streets. Cultural shows, parade of local fruit products, exhibits, and street dancing competition are only some of the activities held in this fruit festival.

KANYONG KAWAYAN FESTIVAL (December 22) an activity that advocates against the use of pyro-technics,during tho yuletide season. It is a citywide contest in Kidapawan that features the firing of bamboo canons using empty milk can projectiles.

Hon. Joseph A. Evangelista
Municipal Mayor

Hon. Rodolfo Y. Gantuangco
Vice Mayor

 

                                             MUNICIPAL COUNCILORS
Hon. Francis E. Palmones, Jr.                                         Hon. Jivy Roe C. Bombeo

Hon. Lauro G. Taynan, Jr.                                               Hon. Gregory I. Yarra

Hon. Alan S. Amador                                                       Hon. Judith G. Navarra

Hon. Peter D. Salac                                                         Hon. Mario E. Flores

Hon. Maria Estela E. Lamata                                           Hon. Ruby P. Sison

BARANGAYBARANGAYÿCAPTAINNSO POPULATION (2010)
1. AMASALEXANDER A. AUSTRIA6,430
2. AMAZIONPAUL E. MACASO, JR.1,039
3. BALABAGEDUARDO D. UMPAN1,585
4. BALINDOGMARITES B. VILLANUEVA4,615
5. BINOLIGANJEROLD CAPUNONG2,412
6. BIRADAMARVELINA B. TINGAL1,626
7. GAYOLADOMINADOR J. NACUA1,276
8. GINATILANROGER A. PUTOLAN1,644
9. ILOMAVISJENN T. POLICARPIO3,353
10. INDANGANEDDIE D. EGAY1,163
11. JUNCTIONJULIA D. ABREA1,331
12. KALAISANNILO A. BARRETE2,676
13. KALASUYANFERNANDO D. AJERO3,212
14. KATIPUNANRICARDO P. REFORIAL1,432
15. LANAOALBERTO B. CANONOY5,691
16. LINANGKOBRODOLFO B. RODRIGUEZ2,104
17. LUVIMINROEL P. PAROJINOG968
18. MACEBOLIGDANIEL B. PAMAN1,488
19. MAGSAYSAYRUDILLA T. LUBI2,067
20. MALINANGEMMA D. PAJES809
21. MANONGOLEDGAR G. GALLAMOS3,813
22. MARBELALAN G. PANDIO1,241
23. MATEOARCELO A. CORESIS1,863
24. MEO-HAOBERNABE L. ANO1,654
25. MUA-ANAZER C. PEREZ1,840
26. NEW BOHOLPEPITO G. IREMEDIO, SR.1,649
27. NUANGANRONNIE L. DUAK2,105
28. ONICAGASMABEL REY D. SUELAN1,546
29. PACOBENJAMIN C. LUMBAYAN, JR.3,762
30. PATADONNOR E. PATADON1,593
31. PEREZALLAN M. MASIBAY, SR.2,640
32. POBLACIONMELVIN E. LAMATA, JR.32,483
33. SAN ISIDRODIONISIO A. WANAL1,275
34. SAN ROQUESIMPLICIA B. CALVO1,009
35. SIBAWANARLENE B. CASTELLO1,380
36. SIKITANZACARIAS S. DE LA CRUZ1,089
37. SINGAORENATO A. BALLANO6,085
38. STO. NI¥OWILBERT D. ZAMORA1,027
39. SUDAPINJON KARL T. SIBUG8,913
40. SUMBACGLORIA D. SARSUELO1,559
 

 

 

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