BARANGAY HALL ADDRESS:
National Highway cor. Lower Mapacla Road, 1st District, Jalajala, Rizal
POPULATION (2015): 4,196
NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS: 860
AREA: 396.05 Hectares
JOVITO M. ANAGO
RAMON B. ALEJANBENITO D. BELLEZA, JR.ROBEN B. BELLINROSITO M. DELA CRUZERWIN B. SAN JUANJOSELITO N. DE GUZMAN
KARON JAN L. MINEBE
LIZA B. DANTE
Special District, formerly Poblacion, is a barangay in the municipality of Jalajala, in the province of Rizal. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was
4,196. This represented 13.01% of the total population of Jalajala. It is situated at approximately 14.3592, 121.3264, in the island of Luzon. Elevation at these coordinates is estimated at 11.2 meters or 36.7 feet above mean sea level.
According to the 2015 Census, the age group with the highest population in Special District is 5 to 9, with 467 individuals. Conversely, the age group with the lowest population is 80 and over, with 26 individuals.
Combining age groups together, those aged 14
and below, consisting of the the young dependent population which
include infants/babies, children and young adolescents/teenagers, make up an
aggregate of 31.55% (1,324). Those aged 15 up to 64, roughly, the
economically active population and actual or potential members of the work
force, constitute a total of 63.54% (2,666). Finally, old dependent population
consisting of the senior citizens, those aged 65 and over, total 4.91%
(206) in all.
The computed Age Dependency Ratios mean that among the population of
Special District, there are 50 youth dependents to every 100 of the working age
population; there are 8 aged/senior citizens to every 100 of the working
population; and overall, there are 57 dependents (young and old-age) to every
100 of the working population.
The median age of 26
indicates that half of the entire population of Special District are aged less
than 26 and the other half are over the age of 26.
The population of Special District grew from 2,035 in 1990 to 4,196 in 2015, an increase of 2,161 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 0.73%, or an increase of 157 people, from the previous population of 4,039 in 2010.