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Socio Economic Activities

1. AGRICULTURE (CY 2018)

A. Cropland:

Area of Agricultural Land: 1,224 hectares
Cropland: 314 hectares

Production (M.T.):
Palay/Rice
Area Planted: 212 hectares
Irrigated: 57 hectares
Production: 256.5 metric tons
Yield per hectare: 4.5 metric tons/ha.

Total number of farmers: 4,733
*Based on Registration System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA) ver. 1.2

Livestock and Poultry:
Poultry Population: 15,000 heads
Swine: 550 heads
Cattle: 250 heads
Carabao: 110 heads
Goat: 750 heads

B. Aquaculture

Commodity Culture Method No. of Units Total Area Estimated Total Production
Bangus Fishpond

Fish Cage

773

910.0 has.

5.411 has.

2,639 MT
1,468.7 MT
Talakitok Fish Cage 150 1.68 has. 18.7 MT
Lapu-lapu Fish Cage 95 15.8 MT
Oyster Stake Method and Raft Method 200 2.5 has. 750.0 MT

Source: City Agriculture Office

 

C. Municipal Fishing

Total Number of Fishing Vessel: 1,200
Non-motorized Fishing Vessel: 850
Licensed Motorized Fishing Vessel: 202
Total Number of Fisherfolks: 5,400

*Based on the Municipal Fisherfolk Registration System (FishR) of BFAR

 

2. TRADE AND INDUSTRY

EMPLOYMENT GENERATED THRU BUSINESS NAME REGISTERED BY SECTOR, DAGUPAN CITY: CY 2014-2018
Year Manufacturing Personal Services Industrial Services Trading Total
2014 225 1,629 3 977 2,834
2015 170 1,451 4 876 2,501
2016 226 1,828 0 944 2,998
2017 168 1,819 4 456 2,447
2018 101 1,053 0 561 1,715
Total 890 7,780 11 3,814 12,495
Percent to Total 7.12% 62.26% 0.09% 30.52% 100.00%

Source: DTI-Pangasinan, Dagupan City

 

NUMBER OF BUSINESS NAME REGISTERED ESTABLISHMENTS BY SECTOR, DAGUPAN CITY: CY 2014-2018
Year Manufacturing Personal Services Industrial Services Trading Total
2014 54 627 1 383 1,065
2015 48 577 1 378 1,004
2016 55 660 0 407 1,122
2017 59 663 1 455 1,178
2018 46 618 0 406 1,070
Total 262 3,145 3 2,029 5,439
Percent to Total 4.82% 57.82% 0.06% 37.30% 100.00%

Source: DTI-Pangasinan, Dagupan City

 

INVESTMENTS OF BUSINESS NAME REGISTERED BY SECTOR, DAGUPAN CITY: CY 2018
Investment Percent
Manufacturing Php   16,550,000.00 8.33%
Personal Services 142,595,000.00 71.76%
Industrial Services 0.00%
Trading 39,566,000.00 19.91%
Total Php 198,711,000.00 100.00%

Source: DTI-Pangasinan, Dagupan City

 

3. TOURISM

A. Tourist Facilities

Number of Hotels:10
Number of Rooms: 286
Number of Inns: 24

Total Number of Banks: 53
Commercial Banks: 38
Rural Banks: 8
Thrift Bank: 17

Number of ATM: 85
Number of Movie Houses: 1
Number of Restaurant: 75
Number of Resort: 2

B. Historical Landmarks:

1. Home Economics Building – located at the West Central Elementary school where Gen. Douglas McArthur stayed during World War II.

2. Lighthouse – serves as guide to navigators at night and is located at Bonuan Gueset.

3. McArthur Landing Mark – statue of McArthur was erected which signify that he landed at Bonuan Blue Beach.

4. Old St. John’s Cathedral – built in 1816 and was preserved/restored

5. Pantal River – through its mouth, the sea water enters the land & fuses with the fresh water twice a day.

6. Remnant of Franklin Bridge – it once connects the Downtown area and Calmay which sank in Calmay River with San Alberto Magno College during the biggest flood in 1935.

7. Remnant of Manila Railroad – Dagupan Railroad built in 1981 located along barangays Caranglaan and Mayombo.

8. The Metropolitan Cathedral of – is the Episcopal Seat of the Roman Catholic Saint John the Evangelist Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan, Philippines and granted a special bond of affinity with the Papal Basilica of St. Paul outside the walls by virtue of decree from Rome.

 

4. CONSTRUCTION

BUILDING CONSTRUCTED WITH PERMITS BY TYPE AND AMOUNT EXPENDED, JANUARY-DECEMBER 2018
Type Number Amount Expended
Residential 478 417,975,836.80
Commercial 83 194,236,720.70
Institutional 34 289,355,014.23
T O T A L 595   Php  901,567,571.73

Source: City Engineer’s Office