The Municipality of Jalajala is a 4th class
municipality in the province of Rizal. It is a peninsula located 75 kilometers
southeast of Metro Manila. It is one of
the lakeshore towns along Laguna de Bay.
It lies on the eastern part of the Province of Rizal and has a land area
of 4,930.00 hectares, representing 3.77% of the total land area of the
province. Jalajala’s political boundary
on the north is Pililla, Rizal (Mount Sembrano forms the boundary of Jalajala
and Pililla) and the Panguil River, wherein it shares this boundary with the
town of Pakil, Laguna. On its southern,
eastern, and western boundaries lies the Laguna de Bay.
Jalajala is politically subdivided into eleven (11)
barangays namely: Sipsipin, First District, Second District, Third District,
Bayugo, Punta, Palaypalay, Pagkalinawan, Lubo, Bagumbong and Paalaman.
The land area per barangay is shown in table below. Barangay Bagumbong has the largest land area with 1,551.66 has.
(including boundary dispute with Pakil), followed by Bayugo with 573.73
hectares, and Sipsipin with 441.71 hectares. On the other hand, Barangay Second
district has the smallest area with 129.91 hectares.