|Coordinates: 14°34′33.89″N 121°1′6.45″E / 14.5760806°N 121.0184583°ECoordinates: 14°34′33.89″N 121°1′6.45″E / 14.5760806°N 121.0184583°E|
|Region||National Capital Region|
|District||1st Legislative district of Makati|
|Named for||Isidro Carmona|
|• Barangay Captain||Joselito M. Salvador|
|• Sangguniang Barangay|
|• Total||0.34 km2 (0.13 sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (PST)|
Carmona is one of the 33 barangays of Makati, it is located in the northern part of the city. It is a residential area with a population of 3,109 recorded by the 2015 census. The barangay was named after Comandante Isidro Carmona, a Filipino soldier who fought during the Philippine Revolution against Spaniards.
Carmona is the 2nd least populous barangay in Makati with 3,109 residents.
The full, official name of this barangay is Isidro Carmona. Its namesake was a Filipino commander who participated in several revolts during the 1896 Philippine Revolution against the Spanish Empire.
From the American period and under a sovereign Republic of the Philippines, the barrio was a sitio of Barrio Tejeros until the early 1960s. The barrio captains Miling Mangahas and Emiliano San Pascual, along with their respective Barrio Councils, worked to have Carmona secede from Tejeros as an independent barangay during the same period.