San Jose is a third class municipality of Tarlac Province in Central Luzon Region, Philippines. It is being promoted as the eco-tourism destination of the province.
Profile of San Jose Municipality in Tarlac (Geography)
Location –> North of Manila, West of the Capital City of Tarlac (See map below)
Neighboring Towns –> Mayantoc and Santa Ignacia (North), Tarlac City (East), Capas (Capas), and Iba, Zambales Province
Area –> 592.81 km2
Population –> 36,253 (2015 Census)
Terrain –> Mountainous, hilly, lowland
Industries –> Agriculture, Trading, Tourism
Major Products –> Rice, Vegetables, Poultry, Handicraft, Home-made Food Items
People/Language –> Kapampangan, Ilocano, Tagalog, English
No. of Barangays: 18
Legislative District –> 2nd
Congressman –> Victor A. Yap
Mayor –> Romeo Capitulo
Vice Mayor –> Samuel M. Eugenio
DUPITAS, TURBO (NPC) 10,250
JOAQUIN, RIZA (NPC) 9,629
CAPIENDO, HERO (NPC) 7,275
MACASAET, MICO (NPC) 7,095
FACUN, JULIE (PDDS) 6,304
MANUZON, VIRGINIA (NPC) 5,794
FACUN, BAYANI (NPC) 5,738
FACUN, BOYET (PDDS) 5,153
San Jose was previously a territory of Tarlac City. On April 21, 1990, the municipality was born after the ratification of Republic Act no. 6842 which was approved by former President Corazon Aquino.
San Jose is an agricultural town where rice, vegetables, hogs, poultry and egg are the primary products. Some households are engaged in cottage industries such as handicraft making and food processing. The government is promoting tourism as an alternative source of livelihood.
San Jose Recreational (Eco-Tourism) Park
Monasterio de Tarlac
Statue of the Risen Christ
Bueno Hot Spring
Mount Sawtooth (Being developed as a summer retreat destination)
Watch the video below to see all the places of interest in San Jose, Tarlac.
Map of San Jose Municipality in Tarlac