Barangay Profile

Polanco is politically subdivided into 30 barangays. Among the thirty- (30) barangays, Dansullan has the biggest land area accounting for 2,618.569 hectares. Milad follows it with 1,773.2156 hectares and the third biggest barangay is De Venta Perla with an area of 1,744.2534 hectares. The smallest barangay is Poblacion North with only 116.0710 hectares, followed by Poblacion South with only 232.9967 hectares.

Lingasad, Silawe, Isis, and Loboc (present-day San Miguel) became barrios in 1954.

In 1955, the sitios of Prenda, Balangbang, Marantaw, Tamsi, Serabang Gamay and Serabang Daku became barrio Prenda, while sitios of Bandera, Pian, Biga-an, Upper Genatulan, Lower Sinaman and Miasi became barrio Bandera.

In 1957, the sitios of Dilawa, Desin, Lambog, Gumatob, Boboringan, Tubongon, Debolok, Tiaman, Guintom, Lower Disoy, and New Tipan were converted into the barrio of Milad.

Today, the barangays of Poblacion North and Poblacion South are the center of commercial activities in Polanco.

NAME OF BARANGAY Land Area(Hectares) Population (2010) Rural/Urban
Poblacion North 116.0710 1,934 Urban
Poblacion South 232.9753 1,703 Urban
Anastacio 279.4947 1,382 Rural
Bandera 435.9895 1,265 Rural
Bethlehem 738.1292 703 Rural
Dangi 1,340.0270 503 Rural
Dansullan 2,618.5697 1,131 Rural
De Venta Perla 1,744.2534 930 Rural
Guinles 644.0473 1,904 Rural
Isis 538.4864 1,758 Rural
Labrador 589.4864 1,260 Rural
Lapayanbaja 610.8724 791 Rural
Letapan 438.1321 1,079 Rural
Linabo 769.1958 302 Rural
Lingasad 796.8119 2,455 Rural
Macleodes 636.1384 588 Rural
Magangon 598.7315 1,157 Rural
Maligaya 622.7302 335 Rural
Milad 1,773.2156 802 Rural
New Lebangon 1,021.3843 639 Rural
New Sicayab 591.2285 906 Rural
Obay 251.9967 4,136 Rural
Pian 395.0394 763 Rural
San Antonio 700.4322 1,423 Rural
San Miguel 461.3071 717 Rural
San Pedro 796.7755 1,242 Rural
Sto. NiƱo 639.8413 1,518 Rural
Sianib 1,229.5170 1,079 Rural
Silawe 587.1649 1,872 Rural
Villahermosa 334.5691 1,195 Rural
TOTAL 22,532.9104 37,472