Republika ng Pilipinas
N a t I o n a l C a p I t a l R e g I o n
Barangay U.P. Campus
A BRIEF HISTORY ON THE CREATION OF THE BARANGAY
The Barangay U.P. Campus was created on June 25, 1975 by Executive Order No. 24 of the then Quezon City Mayor Hon. Norberto S. Amoranto. Since its creation, the barangay operated as a duly recognized basic political unit in Area 23, Fourth District of Quezon City with boundaries as follows:
North: U.P. Compound and boundary line of Barangay Culiat
East: Katipunan Avenue to the boundary line of Balara Filter
Southeast: U.P. Compound and boundary line of Barangay Loyola Heights
Southwest: U.P. Compound and boundary line of Barangay Krus na Ligas, U.P. Village and San Vicente towards Culiat Creek
The said executive order was issued pursuant to Presidential Decree 557 dated 21 September 1974 decreed by the President of the Republic of the Philippines converting all existing barrios into barangays and abolishing the system of zone organization of barangays in Quezon City.
With the implementation of Republic Act 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, barangays were given more powers, duties, and responsibilities as the basic political unit of the land due to devolution of powers from national agencies to local government units or LGU’s consisting of cities, municipalities and barangays.
With strong political will, active participation of non-government organizations, wide involvement of the residents and the leadership of the Punong Barangay, the Barangay U.P. Campus has improved dramatically in relatively all its components – legislature, justice system and executive arm – compared to the past administrations.
*Source: Executive Order No. 24 by Hon. Mayor Amoranto
POPULATION: More or less 40,000 residents.
POLITICAL JURISDICTION AND SUBDIVISIONS
Barangay U.P. Campus is subdivided into sixteen (16) political jurisdictions known as “Pook”. These pooks have been categorized into two (2) sectors.
The first sector includes the pooks that belong to the northern portion of the barangay while the second sector includes the pooks belonging to the southern portion with the U.P. Sunken Garden as point-of-reference.
The following table shows the name of each pook in both sectors. Most of the pooks were named after some Filipino unsung heroes such as Dagohoy, Ricarte and Sumakwel, while others are named after some great Filipino leaders and artists such as Aguinaldo and Amorsolo:
Pook Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo( including Hardin ng Rosas and Hardin ng Bougainvilla) Pook Francisco Dagohoy
Pook Fernando Amorsolo
Pook Artemio Ricarte
Pook Daang Tubo
Pook Carlos P. Garcia
( Area 1 / 3 )
Pook Amado V. Hernandez – Timog
( U.P. Employees Village A including Hardin ng
Doña Aurora )
( Area 2 )
Pook Amado V. Hernandez – Hilaga
(U.P. Employees Village B including Village C )
Pook Libis / Pook Libis (Annex)
Pook Sikatuna Bliss
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT
Barangay U.P. Campus
The Barangay Hall , Barangay Civic Complex, along C P. Garcia Ave. Pook Amorsolo, U.P. Campus, Diliman, Quezon City
( 02 ) 426-9779
THE BARANGAY OFFICIALS – Sangguniang Barangay ( Barangay Council )
HON. ISABELITA P. GRAVIDES
Punong Barangay (Local Chief Executive)
Chair, Committee on Health
HON. ZENAIDA P. LECTURA
Chair, Committee on Livelihood and Cooperatives (CLC)
HON. ANA S. FALCON
Co-Chair., Committee on Health, Women and Family (CHWF)
HON. JESSE T. ESTRADA...
Citations: Cel No. 0918-7407450
Cel No. 0920-7962215
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