Aerial view of Quezon City with Welcome Rotonda in the foreground The city lies on the Guadalupe Plateau, a relatively high plateau at the northeast of the metropolis situated between the lowlands of to the southwest and the Valley to the east. The southern portion is drained by the narrow and its tributaries to, while running in the northern portions of the city is the equally-narrow. Quezon City is bordered by to the southwest, by and to the west and northwest. To the south lie and, while and border the city to the southeast. To the north across Marilao River lies in the province of, while to the east lie and, both in the province of. The city can be divided into a number of areas. The southern portion of the city is divided into a number of districts including Diliman, Commonwealth, the Project areas, Cubao, Kamias, Kamuning, New Manila, San Francisco del Monte, and Santa Mesa Heights.
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The northern half of the city is often called Novaliches and contains the areas of Fairview and Lagro. Most of these areas have no defined boundaries and are primarily residential in nature. Climate Quezon City, Philippines Climate chart J F M A M J J A S O N D. 68 Average max. Temperatures in °F Precipitation totals in inches Quezon City straddles between a and a ( Aw/Am), with warm weather and and. Is one of the major commercial centers in Quezon City.
The commercial center of the city is in Cubao, owned by the, where many shopping malls and the Aurora Tower can be found. Fiesta Carnival was an enclosed amusement park carnival located in the heart of the Cubao Commercial Center, later replaced by a branch of, a local supermarket chain. Meanwhile, the is a venue for concerts as well as sports events. Quezon City is home to the Philippines' major broadcasting networks. Television companies such as, and all have their headquarters in Quezon City. Also had its headquarters in Quezon City since 1992, but it moved out to in 2013.
However, its transmitter in Novaliches is still being used and operated by the network. In Novaliches, the, the, however due to economic and population humanity reason the Highway of Quirino going to the District had been reduced to two lanes from former four lanes and an island in between, the and Main Office, The assembling Four Pedalled Vehicle (Rear Brakes Pedal, Front Brakes Pedal, Clutch Pedal and Accelerator Pedal used for Drifting). Tomas Morato and Timog Avenues are the heart of a restaurant and entertainment row with a wide array of prices, cultures, and flavors while Banawe Avenue is dubbed as the 'Autoparts Capital of the Philippines' and home to clusters of authentic Chinese restaurants aside from. The tallest building in the city is a 40-storey Eastwood Parkview located in Eastwood City. Quezon City's communication system is powered by the duopoly of and. Cellular networking in the Philippines, particularly the metropolitan areas, is increasing rapidly together with the low cost of calls and text messaging. Such big companies that control the cellular networks in Quezon City are - and (PLDT)- from.
Digitel's main headquarters is located along, Jr. Avenue (C-5) in Bagumbayan while that of stands along is a business district developed by in Bagumbayan, Quezon City., Philippines, Philippines, Canon Philippines and Corporation are some of the companies headquartered in the cyberpark within the district. Education. University of the Philippines Diliman The city has several major educational institutions. Two of the most well-known are the and the, both comprehensive research universities consistently ranked among the best in the country. The main campus of, higher education institution run by the, is also located in Quezon City, as is the Catholic and the Episcopalian.
The presence of have made Quezon City a center of healthcare and medical education. These include, (medical school of the ), St. Luke's College of Medicine, College of Medicine, and the. While it is located in Pasig, the lies close to its border with Quezon City.
Other professional schools include the and the College of Law, both located in Diliman. The specializes in engineering and vocational education. The city government operates the, which has campuses in Novaliches, and Barangay Sto. The operates an.
Located in the city include Entrepreneurs School of Asia located in Libis and (NCBA) with campuses in Fairview and Cubao. Other colleges include (extension of Far Eastern University), the, Philippine Rehabilitation Institute, the main branch of the, and numerous campuses of information technology colleges such as Asia School of Arts & Sciences (ASAS), Informatics International College, and. Such as, and are located within city limits, with the last straddling the border of Quezon City and. The Catholic K-12 schools operated by religious orders include (Dominican), (Jesuit), (Missionaries Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit), (Dominicans), (Franciscan), (Franciscan Capuchin), (Religious of the Virgin Mary), (Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary), and (Dominican).
Other Catholic schools operated by laypersons include (formerly of the Maryknoll Sisters), Flos Carmeli Institution, PAREF-Northfield School, PAREF-Rosehill School, and Sacred Heart Academy of Novaliches, while include the in Cubao and the in Fairview. Other private religious schools include , (evangelical Christian), Jubilee Christian Academy (evangelical Christian), and (Episcopalian). Notable secondary include the, Ernesto Rondon High School, Batasan Hills National High School, the, and. The last two are operated independently of the Division of City Schools, with UPIS being managed by the and PSHS being run by the. Research institutes in the city include the, the, the, and the Philippine Institute for Pure and Applied Chemistry.
Platform area of Railways Two elevated light rail systems and one heavy rail system run through Quezon City: – at EDSA (C-4) connecting and – at (R-6) connecting and (C-1 in ), and – at from (R-2 in ) to. An elevated rail transit system (MRT-7) that was supposed to follow the general alignment of Quezon and was shelved. In its place, a 22 kilometer rail system will be built.
The MRT-7 project will commence at North Avenue, connecting the MRT-3 at its northern terminus. It will then go through, then through, ending in,. The system has a proposed spur line to connect itself to LRT-2 in, passing through the and. An elevated system is currently under construction in. The following elevated railway stations in the city (Only 13 Stations).
A major thoroughfare in Quezon City (with 5 Stations):. (Connected to ).
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The following are:.: Sgt. Emilio Rivera Avenue and.: or EDSA.:, Tandang Sora Avenue, Congressional Avenue, Luzon Avenue, Col. Bonny Serrano Avenue, and Eulogio Rodriguez, Jr. Avenue.:.: and.:, and.:, and Balintawak area will be the future northern terminus of in 2019. The stage 3 segment is the future elevated expressway connecting and in Buendia, City.
For the list of other Quezon City Major Roads, see Government. The first mayor of Quezon City. Like other, Quezon City is governed by a and elected to three-year terms.
The mayor is the executive head and leads the city's departments in executing the and improving public services. The vice mayor heads the consisting of 24 members. These represent the six (6) of the city. The council is in charge of formulating and enacting city ordinances. Quezon City, being a part of the Metro Manila region, has its mayor in the Metro Manila Council headed by the (MMDA). This council formulates development plans that seeks to solve the problems and improve the conditions in the.
General Headquarters of the in Peace and order, which includes traffic management of the city is administered by the Quezon City Department of Public Order and Safety, whose offices are found inside the Quezon City Hall Complex, is headed by retired QCPD District Director – Police Chief Superintendent Elmo San Diego. For the city is administered by the Quezon City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council headed by and Quezon City Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office headed by its administrator; Dr. Noel Lansang. The QCDRRMO will move out of the DPOS Building once construction of the QCDRRMO Building, near Gate 7 of the City Hall Complex, is completed 4th Quarter of 2014. The National Headquarters of the is located inside in Santolan, Quezon City and National Headquarters of the is located in Agham road, Quezon City. Supporting the PNP in administration, rehabilitation and protection of prisoners within the city is the Quezon City Jail and is run by Officers and Enlisted Personnel of the. The BJMP National Headquarters is located along in Project 8.
The Quezon City Police District of the National Capital Region Police Office is responsible for in the city. Police structure within Quezon City is centralized and its command center found inside Camp Karingal, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City. The QCPD Police sectors are divided to twelve (12) stations.
The is a division of the National Capital Region which provides fire and emergency services to the city. Similarly, there are nineteen (19) fire sub-stations strategically located within the city. District Headquarters are located inside the Quezon City Hall Complex.
The ' General Headquarters is in in Murphy, Quezon City. The is also housed inside. Several reserve units of the, which include the, of the and the 11th Air Force Group (Reserve) of the are also found in Quezon City and may render assistance to this local government unit during emergencies.
The, specifically the of the provide technical assistance to these maneuver units. Collectively, these units function similar to that of the. The, 106th Coast Guard Auxiliary Squadron, provides water capabilities to disaster response agencies of Quezon City. It is headquartered at Barangay Quirino 2-C.
Districts. Political map of Quezon City Quezon City is divided into six districts, in turn subdivided in a total of. Each district is represented by six City Councilors, six representatives/congressmen, one from each district are elected as members of the National Legislature.
The number of barangays per district is: District I, 37; District II, 5; District III, 37; District IV, 38; District V, 14; and District VI, 11; Although District II has the least number of barangays, it is the biggest in land area, including the Novaliches Reservoir. The in Novaliches is the last forest of its size in the metropolis, the La Mesa Dam is an whose reservoir can hold up to 50.5 million cubic meters and occupying an area of 27 square kilometres (10 sq mi), it is also part of the ––La Mesa water system which supplies most of the water supply of. Bagumbayan Located at the southeastern corner of Quezon City, Bagumbayan is one of the newly developed commercial areas in Quezon City. The Business Center is situated here. It consists of several office and residential skyscrapers, including many local IT and consumer electronic firms. Numerous bars and restaurants have been put up since 2000 along.
Many of which are open-air restaurants and coffee shops reminiscent of Paris boulevards, but with a modern architecture. With this, Bagumbayan is fast becoming one of the hippest areas for night entertainment, similar to the and districts of Manila. West of Bagumbayan are many high-end gated communities like the Acropolis, Blue Ridge, Greenmeadows, White Plains, Corinthian Hills, and Corinthian Gardens. Further west are and.
Camp Aguinaldo is the general headquarters of the while Camp Crame is the headquarters of the. Bagumbayan also covers a sliver of business district at the southeast corner of EDSA and Ortigas Avenue, where, the, and Cyberpod Corinthian are located. Commonwealth Avenue.
The, home to the North of Diliman lies the Commonwealth area, so named because of (formerly called Don Mariano Marcos Avenue) which runs through its center. Barangays in this area include, Barangay Commonwealth, Holy Spirit and Old Balara. This is primarily a residential area home to many subdivisions , among these are Ferndale Villas, Don Antonio Royale, Don Antonio Heights, BF Homes QC, Ferndale Homes, Vista Real, Filinvest 1 and 2, New Capitol Estates and others.
The government center in Quezon City was originally planned to be at what is now the location of the, but it was then moved further north to where Batasan hills is now. Resultantly, there are important government establishments nearby such as the, the, a special court with a rank equivalent to the and the, which houses the. Schools within the Commonwealth area include the, Our Lady of Mercy School, Diliman Preparatory School, The Seed Montessori, Mary the Queen College, Capitol Hills Christian School, and the Asian Institute of Computer Studies. Ironically, this is also an area of sheer contrasts and a display of the acute economic differences in, with kilometers of aligning the avenue on both sides. Parts of these are often being demolished just to be re-occupied by informal settlers soon after.
One of the biggest indoor domes in the world Cubao, south of Diliman is an important commercial area. At its heart is the along and (R-6). It is a 35-hectare commercial estate owned and developed by the Araneta family. Department stores and retail centers can also be found here, such as, Plaza Fair, SM Cubao, and.
At the center is, often called the Big Dome. Many musical concerts, ice shows, circus shows, religious crusades, wrestling, and games are held in this 20,000-capacity coliseum. In the outskirts of Araneta Center is the Cubao Expo, an artists' colony and site of weekend. It is also a home to call centers like APAC, and Stellar. Stellar (Stellar Philippines Inc.) recently moved out of its Cubao site and moved to in 2010. It is Surrounded by Condos like The Sentinel Residences, Robinsons Escalades, Regalia Park, Amaia Skies Cubao, and Portovita.
Cubao is also the home of the seat of the, as well as the. SM Hypermarket is located just outside the Araneta Center, along EDSA. Nightclubs also abound within the Cubao area, catering to a full range of tastes. There are residential areas ranging from the middle class to the upper class.
Is also home to the Consulate of the Republic of. North from Araneta Center along EDSA (C-4) are numerous bus terminals, which serves buses to most places in Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao. It is also an intersection point for two of city's commuter train lines (the MRT-3 and the LRT-2). The Several of the streets in the surrounding area were named in honor of the 22 who died in a en route to joining the. A memorial stands in the center of a rotunda at the intersection of Timog and Tomas Morato Avenues, which accounts for the Timog area being called as the Scout Area. Near the scouting memorial is the location of the former Ozone disco, site of the.
The Quezon City Hall, one of the tallest city halls in the country, is located along the Circle. Surrounding the city hall are spacious parks and open areas. The head offices of some national government agencies are located in Diliman. Near the Circle are many important health centers and institutions. Along East Avenue stand the, the East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC), the, and the Philippine Mental Health Association. Connecting with East Avenue is Victoriano Luna Avenue where the is located. Along North Avenue is the (VMMC) and the.
The Philippine Children's Medical Center and are located along (R-7). Diliman is also home to the headquarters of most of the country's national television networks, most notably, the first and largest television network in the country. The headquarters of, which is also one of the largest television networks in the country, is also located in Diliman., and also hold headquarters in Diliman.
Most of the rest of the area is residential. Some villages in this portion of Diliman are Teachers Village, and Sikatuna Village. Those closer to the University of the Philippines campus such as Teachers Village and remain mostly residential although there are two major secondary schools in the area namely and, and many have converted spare rooms into for out-of-town students attending schools in the area:, and. The eastern edge of the Diliman area is roughly bound by which passes in front of Ateneo and Miriam and runs behind the U.P.
Diliman campus. Galas-Santol. The Galas-Santol District of Quezon City is located in its southeast border with the City of.
Located in the Galas area is the elementary school named after Manuel L. Quezon's wife, Aurora A. Albert High School is named after a former vice mayor of the city. The is located in the Galas-Santos District. It is the second of and the seventh SM branch developed and operated by owned by Sr. It has a land area of 3 hectares and has a gross floor area of an approximate 133,327 square meters. The mall opened to the public on September 28, 1990, and was the second SM Supermall to open after the largest in the Philippines at the time,.
One of the vast areas in the Galas-Santol area is the Quezon Institute compound which was originally the site of Q.I. Hospital for tuberculosis stricken patients. The hospital was established under the auspices of the Philippines Tuberculosis Society. As of 2015, a large portion of the compound have ceased to form part of the hospital which remained operational up until now facing E.
Rodriguez Avenue between Banawe and. The main road traversing the area is Santol Road which stretch from the near Stop and Shop and V. Mapa in up to the back gate of the Q.I. Compound in Bayani Street. Bayani Street often serve as alternate route during traffic along which allows motorist either to traverse Santol Road to exit at Ramon Magsaysay or going straight to exit either going to Balic-Balic, Manila or going to E. Rodriguez or Quezon Avenue and Sta. Mesa Heights area near Mabuhay (previously Welcome) Rotonda.
Among the notable other landmarks in the area are the United Doctors Medical Center Hospital and College in Mabuhay Rotonda, the Our Lady of the Sacred School in Plaridel cor. Araneta and Banawe streets boast of the widest selection of stores for automotive related needs in Quezon City, as both areas are mere tricycle ride away from Galas-Santol area. The Galas Market serve as the main public market in the area. Jeepneys along Santol Road allows one to reach Quiapo via Stop and Shop and Mendiola in Manila. La Loma La Loma is located on the southwest area of Quezon City. It is composed of five barangays along the vicinity of its main streets, N.S. Amoranto Avenue (Retiro) and A.
Bonifacio Avenue. The district is famed as the birthplace of many popular Filipino culinary figures and establishments, especially devoted to the. The nearby is named after the district. Loyola Heights. Balete Drive New Manila is located on west central portion of the city. The largely residential district takes its name from Quezon City's neighbour to the southwest, the City of Manila.
The area was first settled after the by affluent families who wished to escape the stress of living in the capital. As a result, many of the houses here stand on lots measuring 500 square meters and above. The main thoroughfares are, and Eulogio Rodriguez Sr. Aurora Boulevard begins at the Quezon City – Manila border and reaches New Manila upon crossing.
Gilmore crosses Ortigas Avenue, giving it access to, and. Eulogio Rodriguez, Sr. Avenue diverges from Aurora Boulevard a few meters from EDSA.
Aurora Boulevard is the site of, where the first entertainment shows were shot, now given by GMA to for; Broadway Centrum was also given to for its TV shows until it is moved out in the site to TV5 Media Center at Mandaluyong City. Stands at the corner of Aurora Boulevard and Gilmore Avenue, across a row of shops specializing in computer equipment, and a branch of SYKES Asia., meanwhile, stands at the corner of Aurora Boulevard and Mangga Road., the, and are all located along Eulogio Rodriguez Avenue, as are the Quezon Institute and the. Informatics Sta. Mesa, an international computer school that offers higher education programs and short courses is also located along Aurora Boulevard near Araneta Avenue. The main office of, Southeast Asia's first business daily, is along Extension. Also located near New Manila is Quezon City's 'Funeral Home Row',. This is attributed to the unusually high concentration of funeral homes in the area.
Curiously, also located along is Sanctuarium, a multi-storey and funeral home., between and Eulogio Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, is also the setting for many urban legends.
The cathedral of the is located along Lantana Street, near Eulogio Rodriguez, Sr. The offices and studios of are located a few blocks from the cathedral. New Manila is also the site of the official residence and workplace of the,. Novaliches.
Del Monte Ave. Entrance of Siena College of Quezon City Founded as a pueblo by in 1590, San Francisco del Monte may be considered Quezon City's oldest district. The original land area of the old town of San Francisco del Monte was approximately2.5 square kilometres (1.0 sq mi) and covered parts of what is currently known as and 8 and Timog Avenue. It was later absorbed by Quezon City. It featured a hilly topography with lush vegetation and mineral springs, in the midst of which the old was built as a retreat and monastery for monks. Currently, it is composed of Barangays, Paraiso, Paltok, Mariblo, Damayan and Del Monte.
San Francisco del Monte is also referred to as S.F.D.M. The district is bisected by its two major thoroughfares, and Del Monte Avenue. It is bounded by West Avenue on the east, on the north, on the south, and on the west. The studios and transmitter of are located along Roosevelt Avenue, in San Francisco del Monte. Today, it is a heavily populated district with a mix of residential, industrial, and commercial areas. The most prominent educational institutions located in the area are, and, while is the largest commercial establishment.
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Santa Mesa Heights. Santa Mesa Heights is said to be where many middle-class and upper-middle-class families reside. Most of the areas in Santa Mesa Heights are residential.
It is also home to the National Shrine of and The National Shrine of., and are three prestigious private Catholic schools to be found here. Philippine Rehabilitation Institute and are also located here. This is also a location of located along Banawe Avenue corner Maria Clara Street. The main thoroughfares of this area are Banawe, D.
Tuazon, Mayon, N.S. Amoranto (formerly called Retiro), Del Monte, Sgt. Tandang Sora. For the hero of the Philippines nicknamed Tandang Sora, see. This is located between Commonwealth to the east, North Ave to the south, San Francisco del Monte (Frisco) Avenue to the west, and Fairview–Sauyo to the north. It takes its name from the 'Grand Old Lady of the Revolution', or Tandang Sora, whose remains lie at the Tandang Sora National Shrine on Banlat Road, Barangay Tandang Sora. The area is primarily residential with Projects 6 and 8 located here, as are other subdivisions, like Town & Country Gardenville, San Pedro Subdivisions, or NPC Village, National Irrigation Administration or NIA Village, Reymar Subdivision, Philand Subdivision, Villa Corrina, San Miguel Village, Gloria Subdivisions, Jem Subdivisions, Corazonville subdivision, Villa Concepcion, Villa Lourdes and many more.
A large portion of Tandang Sora district is Barangay Bahay Toro, where a historic site of the Philippine Revolution known as Pugad Lawin is located. There are some industrial facilities especially near the Mindanao Avenue area. Culiat, a Muslim compound, is also to be found here, as are the central offices of the, and the studios and transmitter of, and of the and. The transmitter of and is located near Culiat. Many educational centers are also within the area. Also in the area are Congressional Avenue, Visayas Avenue, and Mindanao Avenue (forming part of ).
The Project Areas The housing Project areas are among the first residential subdivisions in the city developed by Presidents, and:. Project 1 (Barangay Roxas or Roxas District). Projects 2 and 3 (composed of all the Barangays named Quirino). Project 4 (see 'Cubao' District).
Project 5 (Barangay E. Rodriguez).
Project 6 (Barangay Project 6). Project 7 (Barangays Bungad and ). Project 8 (Barangays Bahay Toro, Baesa and Sangandaan). Triangle Park (Central Business District). For more details on this topic, see. Quezon City's are: International., Japan (1972)., United States (1994)., United States (1997)., Guam (2000)., United States (1986)., Hawaii, United States (1970)., Canada (1991)., Cambodia (2017)., United States (1967)., China (1993)., Taiwan (1990)., China (2006)., Myanmar (2017) Local., Maguindanao., Davao del Sur., Misamis Oriental., South Cotabato., Iloilo.,., Palawan., Tarlac., Capiz., Mountain Province., Lanao del Sur In art., by, 1924.
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