STO. NIÑO

organizational structure

Jimmy P. Edama
Punong Barangay

Felix P. Gerongano
Barangay Kagawad
Andres L. Silve J.
Barangay Kagawad
Nora J. Condes
Barangay Kagawad
Felicismo Caburnay
Barangay Kagawad
Genevieve R. Pacudan
Barangay Kagawad
Eleazar J. Condes
Barangay Kagawad
Johnny M. Diaz
Barangay Kagawad

Barangay Profile

The Barangay is divided into Seven (6) Puroks  including Sitio San Marcos  as Purok -6.

Due to that the Barangay is a remote area, only  one  (1) Public Utility Vehicle ( habal- habal) who travel that it takes almost  one  (1) hours from Barangay to the City where cause the community burden to transport their products due high trucking values.

Barangay   Sto.  Niño  , would like to claim a total land area of 1, 300 hectares  more or less , which is 99 % agricultural irrigated rice land , and rice is the main agricultural crop in our Barangay, in terms of agriculture facilities and human resource and agricultural technician from the city of Malaybalay serves the area , Financial institution s in the city extend credit assistance especially to the famers. as Alienable and Disposable Land and the remaining area is classified to be forestland.

Mission

That the Officials and members of different sectors in the Barangay united for progress and development geared towards the attainment of their goals not only having harmonious and peaceful life, but also in the upliftment of the living condition of the constituents.

Vision

Barangay Sto. Niño aims to become one of the most peaceful Barangay in the entire City of Malaybalay and God fearing people, enjoying the benefit brought about new technological agriculture.

Historical Background

The early settlers of the Barangay Sto. Niño are mostly coming from the Province of Western Visayas formerly called this large expense of rice producing lowland Cabugon. With barely around 30 households, the people enjoyed cultivating rice in quiet  and peaceful environment , most of the area was rain fed because of the different species . Little by little , the community grew, people from the different places settled from in the area  and together thye express their strong desire to be converted into a regular Barangay of Malaybalay.

 Pursuing this desire, a resident named Teodolo Padernal decided to donate two (2) hectares from his property as Barangy site. The people relied heavily on their leader, an active and judicious person, in the person of Leonardo L. Lamasan to work in the realization of their dreams .After complying the needed requirements and with the support of the Municipal Mayor Lorenzo Dinlayan, it was finally recognized as regular Barangay by virtue   R.A.  3950 of 1986. From then on Cabugon became Barangay Sto. Niño named after the Patron Saint with appointed Barangay Captain Leonardo Lamasan. Barangay Sto. Niño is 99% agricultural irrigated rice land.

Contact Information

Contact no.:

0935-370-8210

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