Provincial Government of Bulacan


Pre-Spanish records revealed that, once, the town of Norzagaray was a remote wilderness. It was then called "Casay" a mere barrio of the town Angat.

During the Spanish occupation, the people of barrio Casay worked for reforms-politically, socially and economically in order to be separated from Angat. They succeeded in their attempts so that the Spanish Government, Through Governor-General Fernando de Norzagaray y Escudero (1857-1860), issued a proclamation declaring barrio Casay as a distinct town separated from Angat. Political boundaries were established and barrio Casay was called "Norzagaray". The name of the town was derived from the name of the Governor-General who declared the separation of the said barrio from the political unit of Angat.

Today, the town of Norzagaray is a fast rising commercial and economic place with some tourist potentials. One of the busiest spots in the locality, particularly during summertime, is called "Bakas". Bakas is situated or is a portion of the Angat River, which is noted for its big natural white stones along the riverbank, the green scenery surrounding it, the fresh air, and the cool and the calm flowing current. Metro Manila residents and others coming from distant towns oftentimes visit the place for relaxation.

Another potential spots for tourism is the area where the Angat River Hydroelectric Plant is located. This is the biggest hydroelectric plant the National Power Corporation (NPC) has ever constructed in the entire Philippines. The 37-kilometer reservoir of this hydroelectric plant is a wonder, covered with virgin forest-a nest for wild life. It has a cool climate. During nighttime, it is virtually a city situated in the wilds.

There is still other tourism potentials in this locality teat can be tapped. However, there are problems, which need immediate solutions. Some of this places are located in remote areas of the town and most are not accessible to motor vehicles.

The town of Norzagaray is rich in natural resources and endowed with natural beauty. Its people are religious, industrious and very hospitable just like any other people in neighboring town of Bulacan.

Given more time with its natural wealth, the town of Norzagaray will be the next "goldmine" in this part of the country. With its preserving people and enlightened leadership, Norzagaray is the town to watch.

Fast Facts

Physical and Socio-Political

Land Area 30,819 has.
No. of Barangays 13
Population (2015) 111,348

Commerce and Industry

Major Industries:
Agricultural, Cement, Marble Processing, Food Processing

Major Products:
Bakeries, Processed meat and Agricultural products

Political Subdivision

Norzagaray is politically subdivided into the following 13 barangays:

1. Bangkal
2. Baraka
3. Bigte
4. Bitungol
5. Friendship Village Resources
6. Matictic
7. Minuyan
8. Partida
9. Pinagtulayan
10. Poblacion
11. San Lorenzo
12. San Mateo
13. Tigbe

Contact Information

Municipal Officials:
Mayor Alfredo DG. Germar
Vice Mayor Rogelio P. Santos, Jr.

Mailing Address:
Atty. Queency Germar (OIC)
Municipal Planning and Development Office
Municipal Government of Norzagaray, Bulacan
Norzagaray, Bulacan 3013 Philippines

Contact Nos:
Tel. No.: +63(44) 694-1715 (MPDC)


Term: 2019-2022
Mayor Alfredo DG. Germar
Vice Mayor Rogelio P. Santos, Jr.
Coun. Patricio I. Gener
Coun. Restituto B. Sumbillo
Coun. Alvin B. Cruz
Coun. Rolando A. Rondael
Coun. Zosimo SM. Cruz
Coun. Noel C. Sarmiento
Coun. Luzviminda P. Espiritu
Coun. Abbygail H. Reyes

Term: 2016-2019
Mayor Alfredo DG. Germar
Vice Mayor Geronimo G. Cristobal
Coun. Rogelio P. Santos, Jr.
Coun. John Joseph C. Ople
Coun. Alvin B. Cruz
Coun. Jerry R. Sumbillo
Coun. Zosimo SM. Cruz, Jr.
Coun. Restituto B. Sumbillo
Coun. Mamerto R. Bartolome
Coun. Patricio I. Gener

Term: 2013-2016
Mayor Alfredo DG. Germar
Vice Mayor Arthur A. Legaspi
Coun. Florinio C. Saplala, Jr.
Coun. Rogelio P. Santos, Jr.
Coun. Geronimo G. Cristobal
Coun. Rolando B. Santos
Coun. Jerry R. Sumbillo
Coun. Edsel C. Mendoza
Coun. Mamerto R. Bartolome
Coun. Jose P. Rojas

Term: 2010-2013
Mayor Feliciano P. Legaspi
Vice Mayor Rogelio P. Santos, Jr.
Coun. Florinio C. Saplala, Jr.
Coun. Jerry R. Sumbillo
Coun. Arthur A. Legaspi
Coun. Imelda M. Pascual
Coun. Wenceslao L. Samson
Coun. Efren S. Faustino
Coun. Fidel P. Borja
Coun. Edsel C. Mendoza