The word “sabang” was supposed to mean the place where two or more rivers meet. This barrio was established in 1832 and its original settlers were the Caiga, Alvarez and Mendoza families. The old Sabang Bridge was built in 1913, but was blown up during the war. It was rebuilt in 1952 by the United States Rehabilitation Administration. The blowing up of the bridge in 1941 meant that Sabang was inaccessible to troops of the Japanese Imperial Army. The barrio was used as headquarters by guerrillas of the Fil-American Irregular Troops or FAIT.

Sabang is situated at approximately 13.7976, 121.1059, in the island of Luzon. Elevation at these coordinates is estimated at 72.5 meters or 237.9 feet above mean sea level.

Source:  History and Cultural Life of the Barrio Sabang

Barangay Hall

Barangay Sabang Organizational Chart

Barangay Officials 

Gervacio I. Bagsit

Myla M. Mercado

Felicidad D. Untalan

Barangay Chairman



Barangay Councilors

Luzviminda E. Briones

Juanito John D. Quinnery

Senando C. Papio

Antonio P. Pana

Federico P. Caiga

Cleto P. Mendoza

Isidro P. Caringal

Sk Official

Jonabelle C. Soria

Ian D. Dimaano

Rose Ann Baksapfra

Sk Chairman

Sk Secretary

Sk Treasurer

Sk Councilors

Mario C. Caiga

Miraflor F. Perez

Jerome G. Dimaano

Maria Bernadette E. Perena

Angel B. Caiga Jr.

Christian Jay Untalan

Mirasol Barte

BHW and BNS and CDW Teacher

Evelyn C. Papio

Rufina P. Caiga

Arcadia P. Doque

CDW Teacher




Adela P. Catilo

Rebeca M. Sabido

Apolonia E. Magnaye

Annabelle E. Gonzales

Kristine Joy C. Caringal

Teresita P. Bagsit

Peth R. Wagan

Macaria P. Arellano

Benjamin C. Espina Jr.

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