Socioeconomic Profile


Based on the 2010 Census of Population and Housing, Pasig City ranked fourth in terms of population size among the 16 cities and 1 municipality of Metro Manila with a total population of 669,773. A steadily increasing population growth during the 20-year period has been maintained by the city, from 2.42% between 1990 and 2000 to 2.86% between 2000 and 2010. While the whole metropolis showed a marked slowing down of its growth, the city has been growing more rapidly in contrast due apparently to the pull of migration stirred by increasing economic activities and available housing in the area.

As a whole, Pasig City’s population grew annually at the rate of 2.86% between 2000 and 2010, a rate that almost doubled the 1.5% growth trend experienced during the preceding 5-year period (1995-2000). If the current growth trend would persist, the city’s population would double in the next 24 years, or in year 2034.

Social Services

  • Educational Facilities

    The city has 27 public elementary schools and 29 private schools offering both pre-school and elementary education. Most private schools offer a mix of pre-school, elementary, and high school education. In Pasig City, there are currently 28 private schools of this type that are located in 18 barangays.

  • Health Facilities

    As of 2011, the city’s health facilities include 2 public hospitals, 11 private hospitals, 41 public health and puericulture centers, 40 barangay health stations, and 1 social hygiene clinic. Overall, the public health facilities have a total of 987 beds, indicating an average ratio of 563 persons per bed. The Pasig City General Hospital (PCGH) provides free hospital care privileges to holders of Blue Cards (senior citizens) and Yellow Cards (indigent residents). Rizal Medical Center (RMC or formerly Rizal Provincial Hospital) is a charitable institution that addresses the health problems of medically indigent patients from Pasig City. This public hospital was established by the national government occupting 3 hectares of land along Shaw Blvd in Barangay Bagong Ilog. One of the largest hospitals of Metro Manila, it has a bed capacity of 500 with a wide range of medical services and facilities.

  • Social Welfare Facilities

    The existing social welfare facilities in Pasig City include the following: Day Care Centers, Senior Citizen Center, and Wellness Center. As far as their current physical condition is concerned, all the Day Care Centers in the city have been assessed to be in good condition.

  • Protective Services Facilities

    The City has a total of 8 police precincts scattered in different locations within the City, with a total of 329 personnel, supported with 403 firearms, 70 motorcycles, and 41 radios, which were all assessed to be currently operational and in good condition.

    Fire protection facilities in Pasig City include a main fire station/headquarters and 5 sub-stations with a total of 76 fire protection personnel and 13 fire trucks. The main headquarters is equipped with 8 fire trucks, 1 rescue van, 1 amphibian truck and 1 rubber boat, only 5 of which are currently operational. Each of the sub-stations has one operational fire truck.

The Local Economy

The characterization of the local economic sector of Pasig City given the three economic sectors focuses on the analysis of the number of business establishments from 1994 to 2012.

  • The Primary Sector

    The primary sector is practically non-existent in the City of Pasig. Nevertheless, urban farming of food crops for home consumption is present.

  • The Secondary Sector

    The secondary sector covers economic activities such as manufacturing, construction, mining, and quarrying as well as electricity, gas, and water generation. The industrial sector of Pasig City is represented by light to heavy manufacturing establishments. From the 22,000 establishments recorded in 2010, around 200 locators were classified as large manufacturing establishments. These establishments were mostly engaged in the production of garments, chemical products, electronics, steel products, and food (EMI, 2012).

  • The Tertiary Sector

    The tertiary sector comprises of a broad range of economic activities such as wholesale and retail trade, financial and insurance related activities, transportation and communication, personal and community services, warehousing and storage, real estate, food provision (restaurants and catering services) and accommodation services (hotels, board and lodging houses, apartments, condominium, etc.), as well as tourism services.

    Generally, the economic activities categorized under the tertiary sector are dominated by business establishments engaged in personal and community services. Following in number are business establishments that are involved in wholesale and retail trading including importation and exportation.



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Operator 643-1111 0
Pasig City Employees Cooperative Ms. Teresa A. Sarinas 234-0684
Centralize Printing Office & Education Ms. Valerie-Jo Torres 5244-8139
Payroll Section 642-3195
Landbank Ms. Maria Fides T. Arcillas 640-3746 / 640-3761
Main Entrance/Lobby 372
Business Permit and Licensing Office - (ADMIN) Ms. Melanie B. De Mesa 330
BPLO-Cat 2 Ms. Melanie B. De Mesa 334
BPLO Cat 2 Staff 335
BPLO-Cat 3 Mr. Cesar F. Mendoza 628-4974 336/337
BPLO-Cat 4 Ms. Carolina De Guia 643-4279 338
Cash Section Mr. Manolo C. Concepcion 294
Community Tax Ms. Mary Rose Santos 295
Idle Land Unit Ms. Mary F. Claudio 296
License Office Mr. Jose Giovanni G. Quitiongco 641-1934 292
Staff 293
Miscellaneous Ms. Ma. Jesusa Natividad 293
Real Property Tax (RPT)
RPT-AREA 2 Mr. Anthony T. Espiritu 353
RPT-AREA 3 354
RPT-AREA 4 Mr. Rommel Salvador 355/351
RPT-AREA 6 Ms. Cecilla D. Rivera 356
Treasurer's Office Ms. Marita A. Calaje 641-8198
Staff 291
Ugnayan sa Pasig Center Ms. Rowena R. Dimanlig 458
Accounting Office Ms. Dolores C. Concepcion 642-3263 310
Accounting Staff 311
Assessor's Office Mr. Robert Mina 262
Assessor's Offce Staff 261
BPLO-Cat 1 Atty. Christian B. Villar 332
Local Civil Registry (LCR) Ms. Leriza R. Revilla 380
(LCR) Staff 381
Management Information Systems Office (MISO) Mr. Christian P. Ambrosio 643-1111 0
Techinical Support 371
System Implementer Section 579
MIS ID-Section 541
Solid Waste Mgt. Office District 1 Mr. Allendri B. Angeles 480
Solid Waste Mgt. Office District 2 Ms. Josephine B. Bantilan 359-8503
Barangay Computer Literacy Program Mr. Aquilino Dela Cruz Jr. 640-2848
Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) Mr. Dominador A. Bucalbos 628-3395 510
Infra Secretariat Mr. Dominador A. Bucalbos 628-3395 510
City Environment and Natural Resource Office (CENRO) Mr. Allendri Angeles 530
CTDMO Mr. Robert Anthony C. Siy III 560
Records Mgt. & Archives Office Ms. Solita R. Bierras 641-1921
Data Center/Archives 578
Clean & Green Ms. Gilda S. Lavilla 628-0551  
Excavation Office Engr. Carlota C. Cruz 640-3388  
OSCA/Blue Card's Office Atty. Jose Rey Espina 642-2499  
Senior Citizen's Federation Ms. Estrelita Evangelista 642-2499  
General Services Office (GSO) Ms. Romelanie F. Unday-Narciso
GSO-Asset Management Section Ms. Nimfa S. Dorilag 640-4515
GSO-Equipment & Maint. Ms. Romelanie F. Unday-Narciso 210
GSO-Procurement & Pricing 501
Human Resource (HRDO) Ms. Elvira R. Flores 642-3509 490
Appointment Section Ms. Milagros S. Tan  
Claims and Benefits Section Ms. Ma. Luisa N. Buenafe   492
Payroll Section Ms. Aida L. Cortez   493
Records Section Ms. Haidee V. Santos   491
Pasig Employment and Services Office (PESO) Ms. Jelene L. Sison 641-7374
Office of Public Security (OPS) Mr. Danilo Bantilan 641-1918
City Health Department Dr. Georgiana S. Galutera 642-7754 390/391
Drug Testing Dr. Amelito Javier 392
Staff     393
Sanitation Office Dr. Nora T. Dancel 394
Laboratory Ms. Myla A. Espino 395
Legal Department Atty. Josephine L. Bagaoisan 643-1115 410
Consultant Atty. Raul G. Coralde
PRC Survey Section 641-1926
Architectural's Office Arch. Lea V. Olivar 272
Bldg. Maintenance (Dist. 1 & 2) Mr. Melvin D. Perez 641-0439 273
Central Supply Office Mr. Gilbert Malcolm 642-5795 430
Engineering Department Engr. Alfredo Garin 641-3597  
Drainage Maintenance Engr. Neil U. Reyes
Electrical Infrastracture Unit Engr. Ramelle C. Martin 641-4576  
Electrical & Mechanical Permit Engr. Erliza Suela 641-4576
Electrical Maintenance Engr. Samuel P. Hernandez 628-4450  
Flood Control Engr. Minwena P. Gamilla  
Medical Supplies Depot Ms. Rosalina Ramirez 628-3219  
Pasig Housing & Homesite-Estate Mgt. Div. Engr. Josenar F. Caparas 628-3324  
PHRU/Special Project Office Engr. Josenar F. Caparas 628-3324  
Planning & Dev't. Office Engr. Romelo S. Palermo - OIC CPDO 279
Road Maintenance Engr. Virgilio R. Tuazon  
Structural Section Engr. Noel S. Badong  
Survey Section Engr. Kenrick B. Talania  
Vertical I & II Engr. Hermogenes N. Lerio 640-7970
Horizontal Engr. Nicolas M. Cruz 641-1914  
Water Management Engr. Edgar S. Estrada 628-1783  
Urban Poor Affairs Office Mr. Nonesio R. Rivera 628-4139  
Public Information Office Ms. Rowena R. Dimanlig 642-3409 420
Cooperative Development Office Ms. Raquel S. Dela Cruz 640-9188
Building Utility Office Ms. Susan Paulino 628-3396
Building Official's Office Engr. Ireneo B. Moralita 563
Consultant Engr. Noel L. Agustin
Congressman's Office Hon. Roman T. Romulo
Vice-Mayor's Office Hon. Christian C. Bernardo 643-1103 231
Environmental Protection & Human Ecology Presiding Officer 643-4595
City Councilors
District 1
Tourism/Cultural & Spritual Affairs
Cultural & Spritual Affairs/Parks & Playgrounds
Hon. Ferdinand A. Avis 242
Appropriations, Ways & Means
Review of Rules & Laws
Hon. Gregorio P. Rupisan Jr. 643-1163
Appropriations, Ways & Means/Public Relations & Information
Hon. Reynaldo San Buenaventura III
Labor & Employment & Manpower
Development/Non-Government Organizations
Hon. Rhichie Gerard T. Brown 572
Transportation, Communication & Energy
Hon. Regino S. Balderrama 552
Hon. Editha C. Santiago 573
District 2
Peace & Order, Human Rights & Judicial Matters Hon. Rodrigo B. Asilo 642-8202
Trade, Commerce & Industry
Infrastructure/Social Services
Hon. Mario C. Concepcion Jr. 553
Land Use
Games & Amusement
Hon. Orlando R. Benito 628-0857 571
Trade, Commerce & Industry
Good Governance & Discipline (Blue Ribbon)
Hon. Wilfredo F. Sityar 643-1167 237
Gender & Development
Hon. Corazon M. Raymundo 557
Health, Sanitation & Nutrition
Hon. Rosalio D. Martires 643-1175
Sangguniang Panglungsod Secretary Ms. Loida U. Villanueva   240
Staff   246
Asso. Of Barangay Captains (ABC)
Barangay Affairs
Hon. Rigor J. Enriquez   242
SK Federation President Office
Youth & Sports Development
Hon. Georgia Lynne P. Clemente   568
Administrator's Office Atty. Jeronimo U. Manzanero 561
Barangay Affairs Office (BAO) Mr. Aquilino R. Dela Cruz Jr. 209
Consultant Mr. Manuel E. Alba
Consultant Mr. Jovito M. San Andres
Budget Office Ms. Delia Concepcion 642-9122 321
Pasig City Command & Control Center Mr. Bryant Meryll Ruiz Q. Wong 643-0000
Internal Audit Service Unit (IAS) Mr. Napoleon Benito 628-0971
Mayor's Office Hon.Victor Ma. Regis N. Sotto 203
Secretary to the Mayor Ms. Valerie-Jo Torres 203
PLEB Atty. Marcos Maramba 641-5728  








Publication of Vacant Positions 10/07/2020



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2020 Household Survey


The current administration stresses the importance of basing its policy decisions on reliable and updated information on the ground, to make appropriate policies and programs that address the specific needs of its constituents. Good policies and programs must stem from the felt needs of the constituents, backed up by data.

A house-to-house distribution of the much awaited Pamaskong Handog was taken as an opportunity to be able to gather baseline data on the number of families within the jurisdiction of Pasig City. This was the first phase of the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) survey. The data generated was the basis for the distribution of relief assistance during a critical period as the country faced the COVID-19 pandemic.

Taking off from the first phase, the City Government is set to roll out the census in the third quarter of 2020, using a tablet-based questionnaire that hopes to capture all aspects of the public concerns.