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PLANNING 4: TARLAC CITY
Transcript of PLANNING 4: TARLAC CITY
LANDMARKS TARLAC EXISTING SITUATIONS Based on the October 2000 survey conducted by the NSO within the City of Tarlac, out of the 164,000 household population aged 15 years old and above 60.37% are in the labor force and 39.63% are not in the labor force. In the labor force, 54.88% are employed and 5.49% are unemployed having a 90.50% employment rate and 9.50% unemployment with visible underemployment rate of 0.70%. Fifty percent (50%) out of the 90,000 household populations mostly were employed in a service industry, 34.44% were in various industries and 15.56% are in agricultural industry. EMPLOYMENT
STATUS CITY Resources GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION MAP OF TARLAC CITY HISTORY IN 1788, A DECREE WAS ISSUED BY CAPTAIN GENERAL DON FELIX BERENGER DE MARQUINA, PROCLAIMING TARLAC AS A TOWN UNDER TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF PAMPANGA. TARLAC UPGRADE TO CITYHOOD STARTED WAY BACK IN 1996, WITH THE FILLING OF THE BILL IN CONGRESS TO CONVERT TOWN INTO A COMPONENT CITY. THEN ON APRIL 18,1998 BY VIRTUE OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8593 IT WAS PROCLAIMED AS A COMPONENT CITY TO BE KNOWN AS THE CITY OF TARLAC.
Comparing the city population in 1995 of 230,459 and the National Statistics Office (NSO) actual census on population for 2000 shows an increase by 32,022 persons, about 1.36% increase in an expand of five years. DEMOGRAPHY POPULATION SIZE AND GROWTH The magnitude of population growth is particularly important to a developing city like Tarlac, The 2000 actual census on population conducted by National Statistics Office, Region III, shows that Tarlac City has a population of 262,481, only 40% of which is within the urban area.
Highest population is registered by
Barangay Matatalaib with 16,299 in a land area of 475 has.
Barangay San Vicente follows it with a population of 14,223 in a land area of 1,065 has.
The next three barangays that registered large populations are
San Rafael, 11,277, Tibag, 8,901 and San Isidro, 8,670.
All five are urban barangays. Tarlac Provincial Capitol is an imposing historical landmark and is the seat of the provincial government of Tarlac. The structure is situated atop a hill which has a panoramic view of the town and its periphery. TARLAC PROVINCIAL CAPITOL The Capas National Shrine (Paggunita Sa Capas) in Barangay NavyCapas, Tarlac, The Philippines was built by the Philippine government as a memorial to the Filipino and American soldiers who died in Camp O'Donnell at the end of the Bataan Death March. The Capas National Shrine Maria Clara Museum, in Camiling, Tarlac, was built in honor of Leonor Rivera, sweetheart of Dr. Jose Rizal the Philippine national hero, immortalized as the heroine Maria Clara in his novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Preserved inside are the priceless mementos of Leonora like pieces of embroidered box, jewelry music box and wigs where Rizal's letters were meticulously kept. Ornate pieces of furniture that was used by the heroine can be seen inside. Maria Clara Museum San Sebastian Church - (Tarlac, Tarlac) Located in front of the Municipal Hall, the church was the site of the revolutionary congress. The demolished Tarlac Catholic convent had become the highest Filipino seat of learning when the Literario-Sientifico Universidad of Malolos, Bulacan was transferred to Tarlac on March 31, 1889. San Sebastian Church Mount Pinatubo is an active stratovolcano located on the island of Luzon, near the tripoint of the Philippine provinces of Zambales, Tarlac, and Pampanga. It is located in the Cabusilan Mountains THE VISION Tarlac city is envisioned to become a premier industrial center, with agriculture still a valued way of life, interdependent with neighboring towns and provinces, yet self-reliant and self-sufficient, concerned and caring for the environment, and adequately equipped with facilities and infrastructure. AR 427B PLANNING 4 2:00 - 3:00 TTHS (H704) Soriano, Venus
Carrillo, Albert Gabriel L.
Labausa, Rex D.
Lopez, George Isaac
Masajo, Jayson Daryl S. AR ZALDY SABLING INSTRUCTOR REFERENCES COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN 2001-2010 PREPARED BY THE CITY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL CITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT STAFF http://geotayo.com/tarlac.php#places GENERAL LAND USE THE LARGEST EXISTING GENERAL LAND USE CATEGORY THAT OCCUPIES THE CITY OF TARLAC IS AGRICULTURE, WHICH HAS AN AREA OF 21,536.60 HECTARES. ON THE OTHER HAND THE SMALLEST AREA IS DEVOTED FOR SPECIAL USES WHICH IS ONLY 83.28 HECTARES. EXISTING URBAN LAND USE
CITY OF TARLAC COMMERCIAL TARLAC IS A VERY PROGRESSIVE CITY. SEVERAL COMMERCIAL ESTABLISMENTS ARE FOUND IN THE URBAN AREA, HOWEVER ONLY AROUND 67.50 HECTARES OF LAND WERE REGISTERED UNDER THIS CATEGORY IN THE URBAN LOCATION WHICH IS 1.48% OF THE URBAN AREA. INSTITUTIONAL THE INSTITUTIONAL AREA HAS A TOTAL HECTARAGE OF 61.51, THUS YIELDING A TOTAL OF 1.35% OF THE URBAN LAND USE OF THE CITY. EDUCATIONAL TARLAC CITY HAS THE MOST NUMBER OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES. IN THE WHOLE CITY, THERE ARE 120 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
(86 PUBLIC AND 16 PRIVATE) AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS (8 PUBLIC AND 14 PRIVATE)
IN ADDITION, THERE ARE 4 SCHOOLS OFFERING TERTIARY EDUCATION TO STUDENTS. AMONG THE 4 IS TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY WHICH IS CONSIDERED AS A PUBLIC SCHOOL WHILE THE REST IS PRIVATE.
TRANSPORTATION ROADS THE MANILA NORTH ROAD (MC ARTHUR HIGHWAY) IS THE MAIN NATIONAL ROAD OF THE CITY. THERE ARE 13 PROVINCIAL ROAD IN THE CITY CENTER.
TRAFFIC CONGESTION IS PRESENTLY BEING EXPERIENCED IN THE ROAD OF THE PRESENT CBD. IN RESPONSE THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT IMPROVING SEVERAL BARANGAY,RURAL, AS WELL AS FARM-TO MARKET ROADS TO EASE THE vehicular TRAFFIC IN THE AREA. BUS AND JEEPNEY TERMINALS THERE ARE 9 PROVINCIAL OPERATING BUS TERMINALS IN THE CITY WHICH ARE LOCATED IN STO. CRISTO, MATATALAB,SAN ROQUE SAN RAFAEL AND M.H. DEL PILAR ST. IN ADDITION, THERE IS ONE COMMON MINI BUS AND JEEPNEY TERMINAL FOUND IN SAN NICOLAS. LAND USE PLAN.PDF