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Home of the Original Balatinaw Rice

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The Local Government Unit of Burgos headed by Mayor Nathaniel D. Escobar thru the PESO Burgos, Ilocos Sur Office led by Mrs. Irene D. Galimba, PESO Officer-Designate in partnership with DOLE Field Office I welcomes the 10 SPES beneficiaries to the LGU who will be working together with the Municipal Employees for 20 days. The SPES …

The Local Government Unit of Burgos headed by MDRRM Chair and Mayor Nathaniel D. Escobar together with the Municipal Officials led by Vice Mayor Riolita R. Balbalan, the Municipal Employees, representatives of the different school of Burgos, Ilocos Sur, personnel of PNP Burgos led by OIC-COP PCPT Melvin G Trinidad, personnel of BFP Burgos led …

The Local Government Unit of Burgos, Ilocos Sur headed by Mayor Nathaniel D. Escobar together with the Municipal Officials led by Vice Mayor Riolita R. Balbalan thru the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office led by Mrs. Roselin A. Atendido led the said event for the solo parents of Burgos, Ilocos Sur. during the said program, …

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Municipality of BURGOS, ilocos sur

Home of the Original Balatinaw Rice​

Burgos came into existence in 1831 when Father Bernardino Logo was able to convert many natives into the folds of Christianity. The resulting town became Nueva Coveta. It was envied by its neighbors because of its peace and order, as well as its progress, since it sold its resulting products in places as far as Pangasinan and Tarlac.

Burgos became a township of Santa Maria in the latter period of Ilocos Sur’s Spanish Era. It was later named in honor of Father José Burgos.

Flagship Projects

Eco-tourism
advancement

Balatinaw Rice
propagation trainings

livelihood programs
for women

26

barangays

44.38

Land Area (Square Km)

12,224

Population (2015)

256.93 M

Revenue (2016)

DAP-AYAN
Festival

FEBRUARY 17

Balatinaw
rice

one town, one product

Balantinaw Rice
simminublan-falls

simminublan
falls

Natural Swimming Pool