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Sibulan
is approximately 5 km north of Dumaguete City, the capital of the Province of Negros Oriental.

BRIEF PROFILE
Land Area: 163.00 km²
Population: 51,519 (2010)
Barangays: 15

The land_______________________________

Barangays that include Bolocboloc, Agan-an, Magatas, Tubtubon, Cangmating, and Poblacion are situated on plains near the coast. Other barangays are elevated and have characteristics that range from rolling to undulating. Farther west, the topography suddenly turns from hilly to mountainous.

Generally, weather is fair all year round.

A Brief History___________________________

The origin of the name Sibulan is more historical than mythical. The story goes that during the Spanish occupation of the Philippines, a group of Spaniards wandered around the area. They met several women carrying bamboo tubes, tools they used to fetch water from the springs. The Spaniards asked the women the name of the place. None of the women understood Spanish, so communication failed rather miserably. The women took it to mean the Spaniards were asking them the source of the water they were fetching, so they replied, "Sibuls", meaning "spring". Noting the abundance of springs in the area, the Spaniards named it the Land of Sibuls or land of numerous springs. As the years went by, influence of time and elements of change brought the name of the place modified to its present name, SIBULAN.

In 1838, Sibulan became a Parish under the secular order. Then in 1856, the parish was taken over by a regular church priest.

In 1910, Sibulan had its first set of municipal government officials when it became a municipality. Its creation was in accordance with Act No. 82, dated January 31, 1910 of the Philippine Commission relative to the creation of municipal governments in the country. The first appointed president (municipal mayor) was Macario Literal.

The People______________________________

Majority of the population speak the Cebuano dialect. Tagalog and English are widely understood and spoken.

Commerce and Industry_____________________

Fishing and farming are the main sources of income for the people of Sibulan.

Commercial establishments are beginning to spread throughout its commercial areas.

Getting There and Away_____________________

Tricycles, jeepneys and buses going to other towns and cities, pass through Sibulan several times a day.

Boats from nearby Liloan town of the province of Cebu, depart for Sibulan and vice versa during the day.

Map of Sibulan, Negros Oriental
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