QC Statistics

as of February 2019

LAND AREA: With a land area of 161.12 sq. km2 or 16,112.8 hectares, Quezon City is more than four times the size of Manila City, nearly six times the expanse of Makati, and more than 14 times bigger than Mandaluyong. It is almost one-fourth the expanse of Metro Manila.

GEOGRAPHY

Quezon City is located near the center of Metro Manila, towards its northeastern portion.  It is bordered by Manila to the southwest, by Caloocan City and Valenzuela City to the west and northwest. Towards the south, lies San Juan and Mandaluyong City, while Marikina City and Pasig City borders Quezon City to the southeast. Towards the north, across Marilao River, lies San Jose del Monte City in the province of Bulacan, and towards the east, lies Rodriguez and San Mateo, both in the province of Rizal.

Located at the heart of Metro Manila, Quezon City is also its strategic convergence point for the metropolitan road and transportation networks, making the City an ideal distribution hub.  It is easily accessible from the major highways, thoroughfares and mass rail transit systems of the metropolis.

LAND USE PROFILE

6.37%

Commercial

3.99%

Industrial

28.59%

Residential

1.50%

Open space

15.65%

Reservoir

11.95%

Vacant

13.14%

Roads and Highways

0.90%

Waterways

7.16%

Institutional

0.37%

Recreational

1.34%

Military

0.63%

Cemetery

1.67%

Utility

6.73%

Informal Settlement

POPULATION

Being the largest city in the Metro Manila, Quezon City has an actual population of 2,936,116 in 2015, with 1.17% population growth. The city holds the 23% of Metro Manila’s total population. The city is considered as one of the melting pots of the region since it has welcomed different cultures, with hundreds of constituents from other parts of the country travelling to it every year. Population density is 18,222 persons per square kilometer.

LANGUAGE

The National language is Filipino, but English is the widely used language for trade, government, media and education.

DISTRICT POPULATION

DISTRICT

POPULATION (PSA, 2015)

GROWTH RATE (%)

DISTRICT 1

409,162

0.23

DISTRICT 2

688,773

1.53

DISTRICT 3

324,669

1.03

DISTRICT 4

446,122

0.77

DISTRICT 5

535,789

1.79

DISTRICT 6

531,592

1.67

NUMBER OF BARANGAY

142

OTHER DEMOGRAPHICS

Infants

58,498

Toddlers

409,168

Child

233,993

Senior Citizens Population

514,327

Total Household Population (Ave. Household Size=4.3)

682,640

INFRASTRUCTURE UTILITIES

  • 2,284 kms of concrete and asphalt roads built, repaired, paved & widened
  • 2.04 kms new inter-link road segments constructed
  • Circumferential Roads – C-3, C-4, C-5, C-6
  • Rail Systems

         LRT 1 (EDSA:C-4) – North Ave to Baclaran
         LRT 2 (A. Blvd:R-6) – Santolan to Recto
         MRT 3 (EDSA:C-4) – Taft Ave to North Ave               
         MRT 7 – will commence at North Ave, connecting MRT-3 at its northern terminus

 ROAD CATEGORY BY DISTRICT (as of 2016)

DISTRICT

CATEGORY (length in kilometers)

PRIMARY

SECONDARY

ALTERNATE

COLLECTOR

TERTIARY

SERVICE

TOTAL

I

31.90

36.38

28.62

63.09

151.60

11.91

323.48

II

16.01

8.31

1.97

71.40

257.41

6.18

361.28

III

23.65

25.99

5.20

43.32

184.88

43.46

326.48

IV

39.33

44.54

19.97

48.23

145.28

56.10

353.45

V

25.67

24.57

9.84

110.16

317.20

63.98

551.42

VI

24.69

21.41

2.78

77.52

218.46

17.90

362.76

TOTAL

161.25

161.19

68.38

413.72

1,274.82

199.52

2,278.88

 EDUCATION

Literate population (10 years old and above)

2,897,842

Literacy rate

99.74%

 

No. of students that took up Technical/Vocational Courses

82,980

No. of people with Master’s Degree

11,817

No. of people that are degree holders

482,685

 

Daycare Centers

294

Public Vocational Schools

3

Public Elementary Schools (Kinder & Grade 1-6)

95

Public High Schools (Grade 7-10)

                                    (Grade 7-10 &11-12)

                                    (Grade 11-12)

57

40

11

Public Schools with Madrasah Education Program

19

Public Schools offering vocational and technical courses

4

Public Schools connected by E-Libraries

33

Private Schools  

                             (Kinder)

                             (Kinder & Grade 1-6)

                             (Kinder & Grade 1-6 & Grade 7-10)

                             (Kinder & Grade 1-6, Grade 7-10 &Grade 11-12)

                             (Grade 1-6)

                             (Grade 1-6 & Grade 7-10)

                             (Grade 1-6, Grade 7-10 & Grade 11-12)

                             (Grade 7-10)

                             (Grade 7-10 & Grade 11-12)

                             (Grade 11-12)

685

108

210

138

124

5

5

2

13

8

72

Colleges and universities

105

 Three-year Enrollment Data

Public Schools

District

SY 2015-2016

SY 2016-2017

SY 2017-2018

Elementary

I

34,180

10,396

31,192

II

70,693

44,180

64,553

III

24,831

13677

21,762

IV

26,308

4,616

24,210

V

58,276

33,310

53,317

VI

35,705

5,799

32,699

Total Enrollment

249,993

111,978

227,703

 

Secondary

I

21,435

15,820

21,455

II

40,547

24,622

40,581

III

11,303

4,783

8,719

IV

20,535

10,735

19,880

V

33,271

14,143

34,100

VI

17,265

8,222

17,695

Total Enrollment

144,356

78,325

142,430

 

Private Schools

Elementary 

99,502

45,020

87,642

Secondary

55,693

86,177

126,542

Total Enrollment

155,195

131,197

214,184

 Basic Education Resource Data of Public Schools (Number of teachers, classrooms and seats)

  • Resources

    Grade Level

    SY

    2015-2106

    SY

    2016-2017

    SY

    2017-2018

    Teacher

    Kindergarten

    Grade 6

    7,657

    7,690

    8,111

    Grade 7-10

    5,831

    5,854

    6,318

    Grade 11-12

    948

    Total Teachers

    13,488

    13,544

    15,377

    Classroom

    Kindergarten

    Grade 6

    3,710

    1,544

    3,402

    Grade 7-10

    2,214

    2,062

    2,331

    Grade 11-12

    Total Classrooms

    5,924

    3,606

    5,733

    Seats

    Kindergarten

    Grade 6

    171,185

    -

    121,674

    Grade 7-10

    99,975

    -

    96,746

    Grade 11-12

    -

    Total Seats

    271,160

     

    218,420

    Learning

    Materials

    Kindergarten

    Grade 6

    -

    -

    584,500

    Grade 7-10

    -

    -

    120,780

    Grade 11-12

    -

    -

    Total Learning Materials

    -

    -

    705,280

    Computer

    Package

    Kindergarten

    Grade 6

    3,192

    1,830

    275

    Grade 7-10

    7,386

    5,202

    105

    Grade 11-12

    1,428

    44

    Total Computer Package

    10,578

    8,460

    424

Gross Enrollment/Net Enrollment Ratio

Public & Private Schools

Grade Level

SY 2015-2016

SY 2016-2017

SY 2017-2018

Gross Enrollment Ratio

 

Elementary

95.43

41.22

94.70

Secondary

85.90

42.67

94.17

Net Enrollment Ratio

 

Elementary

84.26

36.92

87.11

Secondary

71.27

35.81

78.29

TERTIARY EDUCATION

Average annual number of college graduates

19,000

QCPU number of graduates (SY 2016-2017)

1,571

 

COURSES

SY 2016-2017

SY 2017-2018

 

1st Semester

2nd Semester

1st Semester

General Education

2,562

2,523

1,089

BS Information Technology

1,512

1,446

1,706

BS Entrepreneurship

1,564

1,531

1,534

BS Industrial Engineering

869

852

1,056

BS Electronic Communications Engineering

310

280

345

Senior High School

745

680

1,258

TOTAL

7,562

7,312

6,988

 QC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

BENEFICIARIES

NO. OF SCHOLARS

SY 2016-2017

NO. OF SCHOLARS

SY 2017-2018

Valedictorians and Salutatorians of QC Public High Schools

267

167

 
 

First to Eight Honorable Mention of QC Public High Schools

958

605

 
 

Quezon City Polytechnic University students

3,169

2,595

 
 

Elected Officials of the Sangguniang Kabataan

18

0

 
 

HB Center for Excellence (CENTREX)

75

26

 
 

QC Public High School graduates with 80% general weighted average and college undergraduate

1,717

1,723

 
 

City Council –SYDP Scholars

4,431

5,056

 
 

Graduate Studies Scholarship Program

25

75

 
 

Specialized Courses Scholarship Program

(new program)

N/A

16

 
 

Technical-Vocational Courses Financial Assistance

(new program)

N/A

115

 
 

TOTAL NUMBER OF SCHOLARS

10,660

10,378

 

 LIBRARIES

Public Libraries 20
      -- Main Library 1
      -- Library Branches 19
Community Learning Centers 63
      -- Public School based 91
      -- Barangay based 49
      -- Private School based 25

 

TOTAL REAL PROPERTY TAX SHARES OF 142 BARANGAY

2015

2016

3,754,073,608.19

3,997,525,079.62

BUSINESS

BUSINESSES ACCORDING TO BUSINESS TYPE (as of December 2018)

Corporation

32,731

Partnership

1,669

Single Proprietorship

28,741

INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY

Number of Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)-registered IT Parks (as of October 2016)

9

Number of Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)-registered IT Centers and Buildings (as of October 2016)

19

Largest IT Parks:

·       UP-Ayala Technohub  - 38.06 hectares

·       Eastwood City Cyberpark – 13.29 hectares

·       Eton Centis – 11.98 hectares

·       Araneta Cyber Park – 7.401 hectares

 LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT

Working Age Population 15 years old & over

2,079,407

100.00 %

Employed

1,196,772

91.5 %

Unemployed

111,175

8.5 %

Not in the Labor Force Population (i.e. students, housewives, retirees, PWDs, the sick)

771,460

37.1 %

 MEDIA COMPANIES

Radio Stations

3

Television broadcast companies

11

Cable broadcast companies

6

Newspaper Companies

4

HEALTH

CITY MANAGED HEALTH FACILITIES

Health Centers

  • Super health centers with lying-in
  • Regular health centers

65

7

57

City Employees Clinic

1

Dialysis Clinic

5

Social Hygiene Clinic

4

Sundown Clinic

3

Lying-In Clinic

8

Microscopy Center

34

Hospitals

2

 

VITAL STATISTICS

Year 2016

Year 2017

YEAR 2018

(2016-2018)

AVERAGE

Estimated Population

3,190,989

2,945,629

3,055,676

3,064,098

Total Births as registered at LCR

71,565

65,670

67,800

68,345

Crude Birth Rate per 1,000 population

22.43

22.29

22.19

22.30

Total Deaths

22,216

22,099

14,563

19,626

Crude Death Rate per 1,000 population

6.96

7.50

4.77

6.41

Infant Deaths (0 -11 mos)

1,259

1,099

1,007

1,122

Infant Mortality Rate per 1,000 live births

17.59

16.74

14.85

16.39

Child Mortality (1-4 yrs. old)

419

375

294

363

Child Mortality Rate per 1,000 population

1.22

1.24

0.89

1.12

Neonatal Deaths (0-27 days)

670

692

582

648

Neonatal Mortality Rate per 1,000 live births 

9.36

10.54

8.58

9.49

Fetal Deaths

416

265

324

335

Fetal Mortality Rate per 1,000 live births

5.81

4.04

4.78

4.88

Maternal Deaths

35

37

27

33

Maternal Mortality Rate per 100,000 live births

48.91

56.34

39.82

48.36

Fertility Rate per 1,000 (15-49 yrs) female pop

90.07

87.5

89.11

88.89

Natural Increase

15.47

14.79

17.42

15.89

 

INDICATOR

2017

2018

Facility-based deliveries (90%)

98.9

99

Deliveries attended by Skilled Health Personnel (90%)

99

99.7

Tetanus Toxoid

110

109

Contraceptive Prevalence Rate

98

93

Fully Immunized Children

107

102

Exclusive Breastfeeding

93

90

TB Case Detection Rate

61

71

TB Success Rate

92

90

Household with safe water

99.9

100

Household with sanitary toilet

98

98.8

DENTAL HEALTH

Orally Fit Children 12-71 mons.

21%

Children 12-71 mons. Old with Basic Oral Health Care (BOHC)

41%

Adolescent & Youth 10-24 years old with Basic Oral Health Care (BOHC)

17%

Pregnant women provided with Basic Oral Health Care (BOHC)

106%

HIV-AIDS

314

429

491

575

721

796

813

723

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

HOSPITALS

Government-owned, with 5,606 bed capacity

18

Privately-owned, with 4,394 bed capacity

46

Tertiary Hospitals

26

Secondary Hospitals

20

Primary Hospitals

18

CITY HEALTH CENTERS

DISTRIBUTION OF CITY HEALTH CENTERS

District 1

12 Regular Health Centers

1 Super Health Center (Brgy. San Francisco)

District 2

10 Regular Health Centers

2 Super Health Center (Brgy. Batasan & Brgy. Betty Go- Belmonte)

District 3

8 Regular Health Centers

1 Super Health Center (Brgy. Murphy)

District 4

10 Regular Health Centers

1 Super Health Center (Brgy. Kamuning)

District 5

9 Regular Health Centers

2 Super Health Center (Brgy. Novaliches & Brgy. Sta. Lucia)

District 6

9 Regular Health Center

CLINICS

Lying-in Clinics/Birthing Home/Maternity Clinics

176

X-ray Clinics

22

Social Hygiene Clinics

3

Male Sun Down Clinics (HIV-AIDS Clinics)

3

Dialysis Clinics

5

Upgraded Central Laboratory

1

Upgraded Central Laboratory

2

Microscopy Centers performing TB-Dots

25

City Employee’s Clinic

1

Sub-Health Stations

16

Adolescent  Teen Health Quarters

3

Quality Assurance Laboratory Center

1

Dental Clinics

153

Dental Laboratories

18

Derma Clinics

66

Skincare Clinics

89

Dialysis Centers

9

Psychological Clinics

12

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center

6

Surgical Clinics

2

Medical Laboratory

3

Medical Health Service

31

Medical Clinics

93

Optical Clinics

76

Veterinary Clinics

110

Diagnostic Centers

46

Therapeutic Clinics

20

Combined various health and wellness facilities such as physical therapy  and others

236

MILK BANK & REPOSITORY CENTERS

Milk Bank

1

Repository Centers (Lying-in Clinics)

7

PARKS AND OPEN SPACES

Number of Open Spaces

  •  -- Fully developed parks
  •  -- Partially developed parks
  •  -- Undeveloped spaces
  •  -- Open spaces, parks and playgrounds

 

238

70

275

583

Major Parks

  •  -- Quezon Memorial Park
  •  -- Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife

Special Parks

  •  -- La Mesa Eco Park
  •  -- UP Arboretum

3

25 Hectares

80 Hectares

                                        2

33 Hectares

16 Hectares

Number of implanted in the city

YEAR

NO. OF TREES PLANTED

NO. OF ORNAMENTALS PLANTED

NO. OF TREES TRIMMED

NO. OF TREES CUT

NO. OF TREES BALLED

2015

47,236

110,277

1,516

436

337

2016

30,875

156,992

1,288

550

6,293

2017 (as of August)

9,590

29,216

1,364

407

0

SPORTS AND RECREATION

 Public Sports and Recreational Facilities

Public Swimming Pools

11

Covered Basketball Courts

181

Open Basketball Courts

89

Half Basketball Courts

11

 Private Sports and Recreational Facilities

Private Sports Complex

3

Bowling Lanes

9

Billiard Halls

33

Amusement Center

122

Physical Fitness Gym

151

Badminton Courts

9

Sports Complexes

10

Swimming Pools

30

Golf Courses

4

Cinemas

61

Other amusement and recreational facilities (bingo halls, dance studio, videoke, etc)

448

SOCIAL WELFARE FACILITIES

Night Minding Centers/ Micro-Geo Net or processing centers for rescued street children

11

Community Based Therapeutic Rehabilitation Centers for PWDs

3

Supervised neighborhood play

18

QC Women Crisis Center located at the QCGH

1

Reception and Action Center

1

Molave Youth Home

1

Senior Citizens Day Center

1

Drug Treatment & Rehabilitation Center (TAHANAN)

1

HOUSING PROJECTS

COMMUNITY MORTAGE PROGRAM

Total number of CMP Beneficiaries (1990-2018)

13,393 out of 291 projects

 

CMP DATA

TOTAL No. OF PROJECTS

TOTAL No. OF BENEFICIARIES

Taken-out Projects (2018)

6

548

On-Going Projects

63

4,571

DIRECT SALE PROGRAM

Total number of Contract to Sale signed

Total number of fully paid beneficiaries with Deed of Absolute Sale

Total number of Transferred Title

5,248

1,639

732

SOCIALIZED HOUSING PROJECTS (BISTEK HOUSING)

Total number of on-going Socialized Housing Projects

No. OF UNITS

6,734

RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM

Total number of relocated families

40,758

ENVIRONMENT

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Number of schools participated in Waste Segregation and Recycling Program

Total volume (kgs) of collected SW from schools

Total amount collected

56

176,061.82

PhP 1,013,222.18

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

POLICE SERVICES

Total Police force

4,990

Police force-Population Ratio

1:601

Police Manpower

  • -- Police Commission Officers
  • -- Police Non-Commissioned Officers
  • -- Non-Uniformed Personnel

189

3,197

159

Police Stations

12

Brgy. Police Community Precincts

25

Equipment of Policemen

 Firearms

4,416

Communication equipment (mobile base radios/handheld radios)

809

Motor Vehicles

436

Other equipment (i.e tear gas, bomb suit, bullet proof)

536

FIRE SERVICES

Number of Fire-sub stations

24

Firefighting vehicles

21

Emergency Vehicles

2

Aerial Ladders

2

Ambulance

1

Rescue Vans

1

Firefighters

571

Fire Aides

47

Firemen-population ratio

1:5,142

 STREETLIGHTS

Number of Streetlights installed (from District 1 to District 6)

20,836

 

SOURCES: City Planning and Development Office- Quezon City Government; Philippine Statistics Office, QC Government Website; PEZA website & Accomplishment reports of Quezon City Government Offices

 

 

 

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