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Clockwise from Top: St. Michael Parish, CP Tiñga Sport Complex, Hagonoy Satellite View Map.
Official seal of Hagonoy
Hagonoy is located in Metro Manila
Coordinates: 14°31′39.76″N 121°4′35.85″E / 14.5277111°N 121.0766250°E / 14.5277111; 121.0766250
RegionNational Capital Region
District1st Legislative district of Taguig
 • TypeBarangay
 • Punong BarangayRommel R. Olazo
 • Total21,693
Time zoneUTC+8 (PST)
Postal Code
Area code02

Hagonoy is one of the 38 barangays of Taguig, Metro Manila in the Philippines. One of the nine original barrios of Taguig.[1][2]


During the Ming Dynasty, Chinese merchants traded with the locals from this part of the Laguna de Bai (Laguna de Bay) basin. During the Census of 1980, Hagonoy had a total land area of 160 hectares (400 acres).[3]

Under the Sangguniang Panglungsod ng Taguig Ordinance Nos. 24, 25, 26, 27, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 67, 68, and 69, all series of 2008, and Memorandum Order No. 292, s. 2008 of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo setting a plebiscite that was conducted on December 18, 2008, Barangay San Miguel was created by being carved out of Barangay Hagonoy.[4]


The name of the Hagonoy was adopted because of abundant growth of the plant with the scientific name Chromolaena odorata.


Hagonoy is bounded on the north by San Miguel, on the northeast by Wawa, on the east by Laguna de Bay, on the south by Hagonoy Creek and New Lower Bicutan, and on the west by Katuparan and Hagonoy Creek.


  1. ^ Bravo, Felipe (1851). Diccionario geografico, estadistico, historico de las islas Filipinas... (in Spanish). Imprenta de José C. de la Peña.
  2. ^ Diccionario Geografico Estadistico Historico Islas Filipinas, Manuel Buzeta, Felipe Bravo, Rector Del Colegio De Valladolid, Madrid 1850, page 76
  3. ^ A gift of faith, 400 years. Quadricentennial (1587-1987) St. Anne Parish Tagig, Metro Manila; commemorative book page 57, circa 1987.
  4. ^ Memorandum Order No. 292, s. 2008 (12 December 2008), Expressing Concurrence and Ratification in the Deputation of Law Enforcement Agencies and Other Concerned Agencies in Connection With the December 18, 2008 Plebiscite to Ratify the Creation of Barangay San Miguel, Barangay Tanyag, Barangay South Daang Hari, Barangay North Daang Hari, Barangay Central Bicutan, Barangay North Signal Village, Barangay Katuparan, Barangay South Signal Village, Barangay Central Signal Village, Barangay Pinagsama, Barangay Fort Bonifacio and New Lower Bicutan, All of Taguig City, Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines, retrieved January 13, 2024