Facts and Figures

Geographical and Demographic Profile

Location

Pasig City lays approximately 12 kms. Est of Manila sprawled along the banks of Marikina and Pasig Rivers, on the southeastern end of Pasig River, bounded by Quezon City and Marikina City on the North, Mandaluyong City on the West, Makati City, Pateros and Taguig on the South, Cainta and Taytay (Province of rizal) on the East.

Land Area

= 34.32 sq km (3,432 hectares)

Political Subdivision

= 2 legislative Districts

= 30 Barangays

 

Demography

Total Population (2015 Census)

755,300

Population Density (persons/sq.km.)

22,008/sq.km.

Estimated Number of Households

180,612

Average Household Size

4.2

Population Growth Rate (2015)

2.31%

 

Foundation Day

January 20, 1572

City Hood

July 26, 1994

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Processing Time

Issuance of Locational Clearance

3 days

Issuance of Business Permit

3 to 4 hours

Real Property Tax Payment

1 to 2 minutes

Correction of clerical errors and

Change of first name (R.A.9048)

3 days

Processing of Petition

3 to 6 months

Processing of Affidavit

30 minutes

Processing of Legal Instruments

1 day

Processing of Court Order/Decrees

15 to 30 days

Other civil registry documents

20 mins to 1hour

(Source: UDD-Zoning Administrator Division, Business Permit Office, Finance Department, Civil Registry office)

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

PEZA Registered IT Buildings (Operating)

24

Embassies

1

List of Civil Society Organization

112

No. of Cooperatives

95

Banks

257

(Source: Business Permit Office, Cooperative Development Office, Philippine Economic Zone Authority and Department of Foreign Affairs)

 

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Volume of Garbage Collected and Disposed

691,760 cu. m.

Number of Trees

18,270

Number of Parks

71

(Source: Finance and Budget Department)

 

FINANCE MANAGEMENT

Total income

Php 10,090,816,480.83

IRA Share

Php 1,094,054,125.00

Total Expenditure

Php, 8,073,968,877.25

 (Source: Finance and Budget Department)

 

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Concreted Road

337.63 km.

Improved Drainage

201.02 km.

Number of Streetlight Poles

3,839

(Source: Finance and Engineering Department)

 

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

No. of Police Community Precinct

Central

1

Substations

10

 

Population Ratio

Standard

Nighttime

Daytime

1:1,003

1:1,122

1:1,122

 

Policeman-Population Ratio

No. of Fire Stations

Central

1

Substations

4

 

Fireman-Population Ratio

*Projected population assuming a 2.31% constant growth rate

*Night population =

(Source: Police Department, Fire Department, Public Safety Department, MAPSA and Liga ng

mga Barangay)

 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT


A.Health

Malnutrition Prevalence Rate

Crude Birth Rate (per 1,000 population)

20.32%

Crude Death Rate (per 1,000 population)

4.42%

Child Mortality Rate (per 1,000 population)

11.24

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births)

7.86%

Maternal Mortality Rate (per 100,000 live births)

0.45

Household with access to safe drinking water

95.07

Household with access to sanitary toilets

99.85%

(Source: City Health Office)

 

Public Health Personnel

Personnel

Number

Population Ratio

Standard

Doctor

290

1:2,604

1:20,000

Nurse

490

1:1,846

1:20,000

Midwife

129

1:5,855

1:5,000

*Projected populations assuming a 2.31% constant growth rate (Source: City Health Office)

 

Public Health Facilities

Health Centers

42

Birthing Homes

3

Social Hygiene Clinic

2

Diagnostic Laboratories

2

Hospitals

2

Super Health Center

3

Dialysis Center

2

 

Private Health Service Provides

Private Clinics

10

Hospitals

3

(Source: City health Office)

 

A.Education

Basic Literacy Rate

99.9%

(Based on 2015 Census of Populations)

Public Education (2016-2017)

 

Pre-school

Elementary

Secondary

 

Actual

Standard

Actual

Standard

Classroom-student ratio

1:49

1:35

1:47

1:45

Teacher-student ratio 

1:49

1:35

1:47

1:45

Textbook-student ratio

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

Computer-student ratio

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

*2-shift class

       

 

School Levels

Public

Private

Total

Kindergarden/Preschool only

28

41

69

Elementary only

28

42

70

Secondary only

Junior High School

14

29

43

Secondary only

Senior High School

11

14

25

Preschool and Elementary*

28

42

70

Preschool, Elementary & Secondary*

53

23

76

Special Education (SPED)

12

3

15

Total

174

194

368

(Source: DepEd Pasig, Education Department) (*) combined number of school levels

 

SOCIAL WELFARE

Blue Cardholders

63,000

PhilHealth Cardholders

494,447

Day Care Center

102

Social Development Center

1

Pasig Youth Home

1

Senior Citizen Office

32

(Source: Pasig Social Welfare Development. Office of Senior Citizen Affairs)