Facts & Figures
Educational Facilities Public Private Total
Day Care Centers 80 23 103
Preparatory 41 75 116
Secondary 19 41 60
Tertiary 2 7 9
Technical 1 12 13

Health Facilities Public Private Total
Hospitals 2 5 7
Health Centers 47 0 47
Lying-In Clinics 3 24 27

Recreational Facilities Total
Parks & Playgrounds 1
Covered Courts 50
Open Courts 4
Resorts 14
Hotels/Motels 3
Cinemas/Theaters 6
Cockpit Arena 1
Landmarks
Landmarks

Residence of Dr. Pio Valenzuela

Dr. Pio Valenzuela, the revered member of the Katipunan’s triumvirate and our city’s namesake, was born in this house on July 11, 1869. Found along Velilla Street in Barangay Pariancillo Villa, this house has become a tourist attraction, and more importantly, a valuable part of the city’s heritage.
 

 

Bell Tower of San Diego De Alcala Church

 
The belfry, or bell tower, of San Diego de Alcala Church is over four hundred years old, and is a cultural and religious relic of the bygone Spanish era. The tower, along with the entrance arch, is the only remaining structure of the original church built in 1632. The main structure of San Diego de Alcala was destroyed during Japanese rule and has since been rebuilt and renovated, serving as an aesthetic counterpoint to the largely unchanged tower.


 
 

Arkong Bato
 
This stone arc, found along M.H. Del Pilar Street, was built by the Americans in 1910, and served as the boundary between Rizal and Bulacan province. Before the existence  of MacArthur Highway and NLEX, Valenzuela was already the gateway to the north, albeit with M.H. Del Pilar being the main road to Northern Luzon. Today, the Arkong Bato marks the boundary between Barangay Santulan in Malabon and the arch’s namesake, Barangay Arkong Bato in Valenzuela.
 

Museo ng Valenzuela
 
Museo ng Valenzuela is one of the city’s main historical and cultural landmarks, and houses a vast collection of artifacts and memorabilia that traces Valenzuela’s rich history and immense progress. The sprawling  Museo, with its impressive architecture and preserved Spanish aesthetics, is a shining symbol of Valenzuela’s heritage, and is likewise a choice venue for cultural and artistic events, as well as public seminars and conventions.
 

National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima

Located near the Our Lady of Fatima University, this shrine is the center of the Philippine Fatima apostolate. It was declared a tourist site in 1982 by the Department of Tourism, and most recently, it was declared a pilgrimage site by the Diocese of Malolos.
 


Valenzuela City Convention Center
 
Valenzuela’s Convention Center is well-known among Valenzuelanos as the city’s center for the performing arts, as well as a popular venue for concerts, art shows and exhibits, and conventions.

 

 
Valenzuela City Social Hall
 
Located within the premises of Valenzuela City Hall, the Mediterranean-inspired Social Hall is one of Mayor Win’s pet projects, and features pristine white walls and stone arches, high ceilings, and lush greens. The Social Hall serves as the canteen for City Hall’s many employees, as well as a relaxed environment for meetings and social gatherings.

 

 
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Valenzuela City Fiscal Data

2004 - 2016

  Total Income Total Local Income Business Income Real Property Tax Income From Other
Local Sources
2004 1,173,000,000 677,000,000 290,000,000 387,000,000 111,000,000
2005 1,400,480,000 840,030,000 311,340,000 528,690,000 144,130,000
2006 1,464,960,000 843,070,000 352,300,000 490,770,000 166,240,000
2007 1,605,430,000 942,550,000 384,670,000 557,880,000 164,310,000
2008 1,716,040,000 991,100,000 440,020,000 551,080,000 193,280,000
2009 1,991,110,000 878,170,000 464,930,000 413,240,000 461,050,000
2010 1,711,870,000 758.280,000 455,510,000 302,770,000 254,360,000
2011 2,002,860,000 1,000,600,000 520,090,000 480,510,000 253,060,000
2012 2,166,490,000 1,208,620,000 566,980,000 641,640,000 281,760,000
2013 2,431,940,000 1,187,980,000 628,220,000 559,760,000 280,610,000
2014 2,552,190,000 1,420,130,000 717,383,000 702,750,000 311,850,000
2015 3,141,650,622 1,891,123,000 778,650,000 1,112,473,000 323,418,000
2016 3,601,061,577 2,248,815,000 837,479,000 1,411,336,000 378,642,810
  Internal Revenue Allotment Other External Sources Total External Sources Local School Board RPT Barangay Share
2004 385,000,000 0 385,000,000 186,000,000 Not available
2005 413,260,000 0 413,260,000 201,940,000 Not available
2006 453,240,000 0 453,240,000 150,900,000 61,606,705
2007 497,220,000 0 497,220,000 254,100,000 67,885,687
2008 526,290,000 0 526,290,000 314,000,000 71,313,352
2009 650,410,000 1,480,000 651,890,000 242,790,000 60,045,977
2010 695,850,000 3,380,000 699,230,000 159,480,000 62,511,451
2011 744,870,000 4,330,000 749,190,000 240,650,000 60,509,859
2012 671,590,000 4,520,000 676,100,000 335,530,000 87,588,730
2013 698,130,000 2,390,000 741,400,000 207,180,000 118,607,767
2014 781,730,000 8,410,000 790,200,000 381,580,000 142,517,359
2015 890,948,382 36,160,000 927,100,000 559,754,284 235,000,000
2016 966,912,221 6,691,600 973,603,821 698,062,911 302,445,227
BUSINESS REGISTRATION
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
6,695 9,809 9,286 9,745 9,520 9,803 11,128
BUSINESS REGISTRATION
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
13,220 13,540 14,011 15,316 15,530 15,369
* Fiscal Data Source: BLGF and the City Treasurer’s Office