Calumpang, Marikina

Calumpang (Tagalog: Kalumpang) is one of the barangays of Marikina. It is bounded to the north by Barangay Tanong, west by Barangay Barangka, south by Santolan, Pasig and east by Barangay San Roque. It is named after a wild almond, Sterculia foetida.[1]

Calumpang

Kalumpang
Calumpang Barangay Hall
Calumpang Barangay Hall
Calumpang is located in Metro Manila
Calumpang
Calumpang
Coordinates: 14°37′29.72″N 121°5′11.52″E / 14.6249222°N 121.0865333°E / 14.6249222; 121.0865333Coordinates: 14°37′29.72″N 121°5′11.52″E / 14.6249222°N 121.0865333°E / 14.6249222; 121.0865333
CountryPhilippines
RegionNational Capital Region
CityMarikina
District1st Legislative district of Marikina
Government
 • TypeBarangay
 • Barangay CaptainSegundo "Dino" Santos Cruz
 • Barangay Councilor
  • Nicolas "Nikki" S. Reas
  • Carlito "Buddy" G. Go
  • Valeriano C. Estanislao, Jr.
  • Anthony "Niño" Reyes
  • Ricky "Lotto" De Guzman
  • Nandy Andres Reyes
  • Alvin Rey "Miyuki" Nicolas
 • SK ChairmanAlek Antonio R. Andres
Area
 • Land0.72 km2 (0.28 sq mi)
Population
 (2015)
 • Total23,262
 • Density28,979/km2 (75,060/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+8 (PST)
Postal Code
1801
Area code(s)02

Place of interestEdit

Community facilitiesEdit

  • Kalumpang Barangay Hall
  • Kalumpang Health Center
  • Kalumpang Gym
  • Kalumpang Multipurpose Hall
  • Kalumpang Police Station
  • Kalumpang Learning Center

Landmarks and buildingsEdit

SchoolsEdit

  • Kalumpang Elementary School
  • Kalumpang National High School
  • APEC Schools
  • Jesus Flock Academy Foundation, Inc.
  • Sta. Clara Academy
  • Bright Star Learning Center

ChurchesEdit

RestaurantsEdit

  • Cafe Lidia
  • Patio Vera
  • Industriya Marikina
  • Jesus Panciteria
  • Chevy Burger
  • IdolStar

Roads and bridgesEdit

  • Marcos Highway Bridge
  • Diosdado Macapagal Bridge (C5-Marcos Highway Bridge)
  • Line 2 Bridge
  • Marcos Highway

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