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Marikina City
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General Information


Welcome to the Official Website of
Barangay Malanday, Marikina City

Come and Visit our Peaceful Barangay!

The City of Marikina (Filipino: Lungsod ng Marikina) is known as the
Shoe Capital of the Philippines (also the “Shoe Capital of Asia”).

Located on the island of Luzon, Marikina City is one of the cities that
Comprise Metro Manila, the national Capital Region of the Philippines
Marikina City is part of the Metro Luzon Super Region (also known as the Urban Beltway). Metro Luzon is composed of region 3, Region 4-A
(CALABARZON) including the island province of Marinduque and Mindoro Provinces, and Metro Manila.

Marikina is also known as the Cleanest City in its region

Income class; 1st class city; highly urbanized; Metropolitan City
Current Mayor: Ma. Lourdes “Marides” C. Fernando
Founded: April 16, 1630
Cityhood: December 8, 1996
Population (2000 census): 437,030
Land Area: 33097 km (33,970 hectares)
Pop.Density: 12,865/km

To provide quality and responsive services to the people and maximizing the resources of the Barangay in an efficient and effective way free from Red Tape gearing towards community.

To implement systematic procedures and transparent frontline services to cater the needs of the people and establish people and services to cater the needs of the people and establish people and service oriented environment that will promote goodwill among the Barangay workers and community members.

Goals & Objectives:
To have a quality services god fearing and trusted governance.

About Malanday

Geographical Discription

The terrain is mostly low and flat with barren lands around the entire community which were utilized by the farmers in planting vegetables and other seasonal crops occasionally.

Malanday in its totality is round and beautiful community with seemingly endless road, bounded by the Barangay Concepcion in the northeast, Barangay Sto. Niño in the southeast, Barangay Jesus Dela Peña on the southwest, and Quezon City in the northwest. It is about 1.2 kilometers from Barangay Sto. Niño, presently Marikina Poblacion and 5.2 kilometers from Quezon City. In
the southwest portion of Malanday lies the beautiful Marikina River emptying into Pasig river, down to Manila and Laguna de Bay.

Political and Social Structure

Malanday is a barangay under the political jurisdiction of Marikina.
Existing organizational officials are actually participating in the affair of the barangay and municipal government units especially those affecting local interest.

It can be said that the changes and progress of a community is owned to the officials and leaders manning the administration. Malanday though a small and young barangay, have a couple of prominent and energetic. Leaders from Kabesang Isio to Kapitan Narciso dela Cruz.

The History of Barangay Malanday, Marikina City

A Brief Historical Background of Malanday

To them and to the residents, Malanday may be divided into 2 parts;
The Patindig Araw which is the area in the north side of the faces directly to the point where the sun rises, and the Pahalang araw that denotes the area in the barrio which is Malanday.

Through the given propositions, it can be clearly seen that Malanday indeed has a very bright future in terms of dominancy shown in the new arrival of those who are occupying positions and capable in improving the town which is clearly indicated.

How Malanday Got Its Name

Years ago, 25 to 30 families whose means of livelihood was fishing, farming, and bilao making were situated in a round barrio in the southern part of Marikina, bilao is a round, plate like dish made from tiny sheets of bamboo used by farmers in crop-harvesting. This product gave close resemblance too the shape of the barrio were the folk men lived. As this observation was

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brought by the by passes and even the residents themselves, their place was therefore named Malanday which means something that is round and flat for houses in this Village were built among the entire area, preserving its middle portion for aesthetical and agricultural purposes. Whenever they would visit or go to the place, the term “Malanday” became the pass word of the farmers working in the field and the fisherman in the southwestern area of the village where the Marikina River and the Lamuan Swamp in the eastern area. Malanday passed on from mouth to the residents and by passers until it became the place’s official name.

Birth of Malanday

During 18th century Malanday aws a vast grassland and rice field inhabited by not more than 30 families. To mention a few of them were: the families of Dionisio de Guzman, Cabeza de Barangay, Claro Fernando, a cousin of Dionisio and the second Cabeza de Barangay, Martin Mejia, Cornelio Mejia, Demetrio Fernando, Alejandro Josef, Valeriano dela Paz, and Florentino Mendoza.

These village people didn’t have any means of communication and even transportation. All that they enjoyed for conveyance was a cariton and four carabaos owned by the Cabeza de Barangay Dionisio de Guzman. The fplks made a temporary passage called “Landas ng Kalabaw” or “Hangya”, for its only the carabaos who would dare to walk on the mud during rainy season.

At sometimes in May 1910, the first street was made from the southeastern part of the village to the house of cabeza Dionisio to give way for the first “Sung Mass”of “Canta Misa” tendered by Reverend father Jose de Guzman to the villagers of the Malanday, for Monsignor Jose de Guzman was the youngest among the six children of “Kabesang Isio” and the first Aglipayan priest Barangay Malanday ever had.

In 1973, Malanday people were freed from taxes to a certain Tuason family, who was of Chinese and claiming to be the owner of the land were people worked and lived. The petition for the land transfer in Malanday and in rest of some barrio in Marikina were approved and granted to its residents. The government then purchased these lands from the Tuasons and distributed them to the people. The people in return remitted a nominal amount of 650 per square meter within a period of ten years to the government.

That was the end of Tuason’s ownership and the birth of Barangay Malanday.

List of Barangay Chairman

1. Chairman Getulio Fernando – 1955-1957
2. Chairman Florentino Mendoza – 1958-1960
3. Chairman Orlando Josef - 1961-1963
4. Chairman Luis Cruz - 1964-1968
5. Chairman Ben Josef - 1968-1972


6. Chairman Regalado Cadenas - 1972-1982
7. Chairman Cornelio Mejia - 1983
8. Chairman Isidro Jocson - 1983
9. Chairman Narciso Dela Cruz Sr. - 1989-1994
10. Chairman Ricardo Felipe - 1994-2006
11. Chairman Wilfredo Jocson - 2006
12. Chairman Joseph N. Briones - 2007 Present


Barangay Chairman - JOSEHP N. BRIONES


Chairman: Committee on Education

Chairman: Committee on Human Rights and
Rules and Ethics

Chairman: Committee on Health and
Environmental Sanitation

Chairman: Committee on Ways and Means

Chairman: Committee on Peace and Order

Chairman: Committee on Appropriation

Chairman: Committee on Women and Family
Livelihood and Cooperative

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Activities of Barangay Malanday,
Marikina City


January 19 – Barangay Day


Health Awareness Month


Fire Prevention Month


La Purisima Concepcion Feast Day (Barrio Fiesta last Sunday of April)


Flores de Mayo


Dengue Awareness


Nutrition Month


Family Planning Awareness Month


Family Day

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National Children’s Month

World Earth Day


Rehiyon-Rehiyon Festival
Christmas Display

Socio-Cultural Development of
Barangay Malanday, Marikina City

Population Growth

Malanday’s population density during the early years of the 19th century was considered very scare to a land of 125 hectares. In 1903 the Bureau of Census and Statistic which now known as, National Census and the Statistic Office had included 238 inhabitants in its count. This population rate from 1903 to 1918 was significantly slow. From 1939 to 1950, no records of census were found available by the researcher due to natural calamities brought about by fire and World Wide II.

In 1960, its population was doubled four times that of the 1918’s population. This 2.5% increase was accounted to the development of three (3) subdivisions: The Sampaguita Village, Filipinas Village and the Sta. Teresita Village. As of 1973 census, Malanday housed 12,707 people or 8.2% of Marikina total population, which were 206,853. This figure rose to 16,409 in the 1980 census, when transient and lical immigrants, residents, workers, students, and employees were included in the barangay court.

Economic Progress

From purely agriculture community, malanday today was gradually transformed into a semi-urban community from its rural setting. The progress and prosperity in this barangay is attributed to electrification, peoples traits, competence and skill in making shoes and other cottage industries.

Real estate business in terms of subdivisions had also contributed to the improvement of the community’s economy in the enhancement of the standard of living of its people. Among these subdivision are Filipinas Village, Sampaguita Village, Sta. Teresita Village, Emerald Village, Valentino Subdivisions. The growth of these villages and subdivisions which boast of complete facilities needed for fuller life in an indication of economic prosperity which is being experienced now by Barangay Malanday.

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Malanday just like any other barangay in Marikina had along list of shoe producers. Among them were late Filizardo Cruz, maker and owner of Bernardo Shoes; the yearly top grosser, Valentino shoes for man. Owned and operated by Elipidio Valentino, Malanday’s shoe magnate; Florence handcrafted shoes, owned and operated byn Andres Dela Paz; Peters Shoes owned by Alfredo Suapengco. They are only few of the best shoe proprietors of Malanday.

Ever Electrical Plant, established and owned by a Chinese, in the name of Go Tong, in 1964, have made Malanday his home. This lone electrical factory in the barangay contributes greatly to the development and progress of the community, it helps to the economic stability of the barangay.

Religious Sector

Iglesia Filipina Independiente (Aglipayan Church) - Malaya St.
Marikina Foursquare Gospel Church - J.P. Rizal St.
Immaculate Concepcion Chapel - Bulelak St., & Minahan Int.

Recreation and Sports Facilities

Bulelak and Minahan Covered Court

Sampaguita Village Covered Court

Filipinas Village Covered Court

Sta. Teresita Village Covered Court

Gasoline Station - Rephil Gas Station J.P. Rizal St.

- Shell Service Station (J.P. Rizal Lamuan)

Drug Stores

Botika sa Nayon - Malaya St.

Malanday Drug Store - #2 Minahan Int.

Pharmacia Marikina - #223 Malaya St.

Virmel Drug Store - #104 Malaya St.

Paulie Drug Store - #441 J.P. Rizal

South Drug Store - J.P. Rizal St. Graceland Plaza

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Malanday Elementary School

Malanday National High School

Roosevelt College

Gentle Angel School

Jesus Christ Lord of All Ministries – (JCLAM)

Barangay Profile (as of 2007)


North: Concepcion Uno

South: Sto. Niño

West : Political boundary of Quezon City and Marikina

Total Land Area : 216 hectares

Male : 25,370
Female: 25,993
Total Population : 51,363

Tenure Status of the Lot
Owned/Being Amortized - 7,312
Rented - 2,782
Rent-free with consent of owner - 961
Rent-free without consent of owner - 78
Not Reported - 0
Not Applicable - 34
Total Number of Households - 11,167

Number of Registered Voters : 20,000

Number of Precincts : 98 clustered

Population growth rate : 2.34%

Population density : 357

Culture, Arts and Sports

As the turn of so many years the history of Malanday was not found without significant changes. Malanday in the late 1950’s in 1958, Malanday celebrated its barrio fiesta, together with the inauguration of the New Aglipayan Chapel.

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Primary and Elementary Education needs of the community are served by Malanday Elementary School. Secondary and higher education can be availed from privately- run Roosevelt College.

Malanday Elementary School, a lone public elementary school lies adjacent to two fast growing subdivisions, Filipinas Village and Sampaguita Village. This school is few meters away from the main road at the corner of Visayas St., Malaya St., it was founded in 1939, it was just a single semi-permanent building on 6680 hectares of land purchased by the Municipal government and registered from March 27, 1939 up to the present.

Support Services

Medical Health Facilities

- St. Victoria Hospital (J.P. Rizal St. )

- Madonna Maternity Clinic (Malaya St.)

- Diccion Lying In Clinic ( Visayas St. Filipinas Village)

- Suapengco Maternity Clinic (Malaya St.)

- Lagrada Medrano Dental Clinic (Luzon St. Filipinas Village)

- Leagaspi Dental Clinic (#238 Malaya St. )

- Saint Mary’s Dental Clinic (J.P. Rizal St.)

- Senna Lim Clinic

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Dr. Alberto Herrera - City Health Officer

Dra. Honeylyn Fernando - Asst. City Health Officer

Blesilda Enriquez - Administrative Officer

Dr. Hernani Reyes - Rural Health Physician

Ma. Lourdes Victorino Lico- Dentist

Myrna Arevalo - Nutritionist-Dietician

Gavino Pascual - Dentist Aid

Tina Pascual - Midwife

Felicia Adorna/Marissa Javier - Midwife

Mercia Bedico - Barangay Health Aid

Ermelita Zamora - Sanitation Inspector

Vision :

A united, cooperative and highly professional staff of healthcare delivery workers whose focus and passion is to help the community become a conductive, healthful, and productive environment using the most modern technology and health care delivery system to respond to the needs of its members, thereby making the Marikina City Health Office a model office that is respected, trusted and recognized by the local officials and loved by the community.


Providing health care services to the community particularly the poor and vulnerable groups (lactating mother, malnourished children, school children, pregnant mother etc.) so that they can contribute actively productively and participate meaningfully in community life, practicing lifestyles.

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Services :

Family Planning

Control of Infectious Disease

Maternal and Child Care

Dental Consultation

Control and Prevention of Diarrhea Disease

General consultation/Medical

National Tuberculosis Program

Expanded program in Immunization

10 Leading Illnesses

Acute nasopharyngitis

Acute pharyngitis


Urinary Tract Infection


Pulmonary Tuberculosis


Tension Headache


Unspecified intestinal Parasitism

10 Leading Causes of Mortality


Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease

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Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Coronary Artery Disease


Non Insulin Dependent Diabetes


Stab Wound

Best Practices/ Innovations


Above Normal : 44

Normal : 7,056

Below Normal (moderate) 71

Below Normal (severe) 18

Total : 7,189
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