An Tigaon sarong ikaapat na klaseng banwaan sa probinsya kan Camarines Sur, Filipinas. Segun sa sensus kan 2015, igwang 55,272 katawo na nag-eerok digdi.

Tigaon
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Kinamumugtakan kan Tigaon
Kinamumugtakan kan Tigaon
Tagboan: 13°37′48″N 123°30′0″E Tagboan: 13°37′48″N 123°30′0″E
NasyonFilipinas
Hiwas
 • Kabuuhan72.35 km2 (27.93 sq mi)
Populasyon
(Agosto 15, 2015)[1]
 • kabuuhan55,272
 • Densidad760/km2 (2,000/sq mi)
Kodigo nin postal
4420
Area code(s)54
Websityowww.tigaon.gov.ph
Sensus nin Populasyon kan
Tigaon, Camarines Sur
YearPop.±% p.a.
1990 33,650—    
1995 39,186+2.89%
2000 40,210+0.55%
2007 45,509+1.72%
2010 48,611+2.43%
2015 55,272+2.48%
munisipyo

Mga barangayLiwaton

Nababanga an Tigaon sa 23 barangay:

  • Abo
  • Cabalinadan
  • Caraycayon
  • Casuna
  • Consocep
  • Coyaoyao
  • Gaao
  • Gingaroy
  • Gubat
  • Huyonhuyon
  • Libod
  • Mabalodbalod
  • May-Anao
  • Panagan
  • Poblacion
  • Salvacion
  • San Antonio
  • San Francisco
  • San Miguel
  • San Rafael
  • Talojongon
  • Tinawagan
  • Vinagre

Mga nagin alkaldeLiwaton

An mga nagin alkalde kan banwaan iyo sinda:[2]

  • Pedro Cea (1901-1902)
  • Modesto Baduria (1903-1905)
  • Gregorio Natividad (1905-1907)
  • Manuel Cea (1907-1909)
  • Nemesio Cea (1909-1911)
  • Nicolas Interino (1911-1913)
  • Severo Cea (1913-1917)
  • Vitaliano Palmaria (1917-1920)
  • Severo Cea (1920-1923)
  • Gerardo Cea (1923-1926)
  • Lino Cabaero (1926-1929)
  • Felix Madera (1929-1937)
  • Laurencio Cea (1937-1941)
  • Heriberto R. Moll (1945-1957)
  • Jose Bosito (1958-1964)
  • Heriberto R. Moll (1964-1967)
  • Gualberto Cea Manlagñit (1968-1971)
  • Lucio Palaypayon, Jr. (1972)
  • Federico Moll (acting capacity, 1973-1976)
  • Claudio Francisco (appointed 1976/ elected 1980-1986)
  • Roman de Leon, Jr. (OIC, 1987, Transitional Gov't)
  • Eleanor R. Lelis (1988-1992)
  • Mariano B. Llaguno (1992-1998)
  • Elmo L. Bombase

ToltolanLiwaton

Mga panluwas na takodLiwaton