Region 4-B : Cities and Provinces in Region IV-B Philippines

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Guaranteed one senator to represent Region 4-B MIMAROPA and its provinces, cities/municipalities and barangays.
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The Following Provinces belong to Region IV-B (Mimaropa)

  • Population of Region MIMAROPA (IV-B) as of the 2015 census: 2,963,360

Executive Order 103 - CREATION OF MIMAROPA

Region IV - known as Southern Tagalog Region, is the largest and considered as prime region in the country due to its size and population.

However, to accelerate the social economic development of the provinces and the cities comprising Region IV and improve the delivery of the public services , E.O 103 dated May 17, 2002 was issued dividing Region IV into Region IV- A to be known as CALABARZON and Region IV- B

MIMAROPA, and transferred Aurora province to the Region III.

MIMAROPA region lies along the Southern portion of Luzon. It is archipelagic, bounded in the north by CaLaBarZon and the Verde Island; in the southeast by Bicol region and the pacific Ocean ; in the south lies Panay Islands.

Extending southwestward into the Sulu Sea is the Province of Palawan, and on the west of the region is the South China Sea. MIMAROPA has a total land area of 2,745,720 hectares, with an arable land area of 550,302 has. irrigated areas.

Palawan is the biggest with marinduque as smallest island province.

Mindoro Occidental Province, Philippines

List of Municipalities in the Mindoro Occidental Province within Region IV-B(mimaropa) in the Republic of The Philippines
Abra De Ilog || Calintaan || Looc || Lubang || Magsaysay || Mamburao (Capital) || Paluan || Rizal || Sablayan || San Jose || Santa Cruz
Cities in the Province of Mindoro Occidental:

Mindoro Oriental Province, Philippines

List of Municipalities in the Mindoro Oriental Province within Region IV-B(mimaropa) in the Republic of The Philippines
Baco || Bansud || Bongabong || Bulalacao || Gloria || Mansalay || Naujan || Pinamalayan || Pola || Puerto Galera || Roxas || San Teodoro || Socorro || Victoria
Cities in the Province of Mindoro Oriental: Calapan City (Capital)

Marinduque Province, Philippines

List of Municipalities in the Marinduque Province within Region IV-B(Mimaropa) in the Republic of The Philippines
Boac (Capital) || Buenavista || Gasan || Mogpog || Santa Cruz || Torrijos

Romblon Province, Philippines

List of Municipalities in the Romblon Province within Region IV-B(mimaropa) in the Republic of The Philippines
Alcantara | Banton | Cajidiocan | Calatrava | Concepcion | Corcuera | Ferrol | Looc | Magdiwang | Odiongan | Romblon (Capital) | San Agustin | San Andres | San Fernando | San Jose | Santa Fe | Santa Maria
Cities in the Province of Romblon: NONE

Palawan Province, Philippines

List of Municipalities of Palawan Province within Region IV-B(Mimaropa) in the Republic of The Philippines
Aborlan | Agutaya | Araceli | Balabac | Bataraza | Brooke's Point | Busuanga | Cagayancillo | Coron | Culion | Cuyo | Dumaran | El Nido | Kalayaan | Linapacan | Magsaysay | Narra | Quezon | Rizal | Roxas | San Vicente | Sofronio Española | Taytay
Cities in the Province of Palawan: Puerto Princesa City (Capital)


Census of Region IV-B (Mimaropa)

Region 4B Barangay Election Results

File:Region 4B barangy 2020 election.xls