Originally a 12-hectare barren marshland of more than 200 residential bungalows for middle-income families constructed in the late 1950's, Barrio San Antonio was created in pursuant to Republic Act No.2370 or the Barrio Charter of June 1959.
Republic Act No.3590, also known as the Barangay Charter created Barangay San Antonio of Pasig City. Its territorial jurisdiction include Antonio Village (12-hectare) and certain portions of Ortigas Center (62-hectare), with a total land area of 74 hectares.
At present, Barangay San Antonio is the home of Ortigas Center Business District, Philippine Stock Exchange, University of Asia & the Pacific, Discovery Suites, Astoria Plaza, Development Academy of the Philippines, National Economic and Development Authority, various high-rise condominiums, office buildings, and residential spaces.
A dynamic, eco-friendly, and highly-urbanized community with empowered citizens, constantly striving to achieve excellence guided by integrity and good governance.
Committed towards carrying out the vision of Pasig City Government through substantial services, pioneering initiatives, and sustainable collaborations with various sectors of society.
Spearheaded by its Barangay Captain Thomas Raymond Lising and assisted by other officials - Evaristo Rupisan, Justin Lanz Galang, Restituto Sistoso, Jr., Rachel Marie Rustia-Olarte, Enidel Venus La Putt, Ma. Pauline Blando, Normita Medalla, Arjay Demos - Barangay San Antonio is committed to bring a community of people united in purpose and equally involved in achieving its goals and in delivering basic services for the common good of its people.
is the Barangay Captain of San Antonio, Pasig City.
He was elected during the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections of 2018. He began his public service at age 27 when he was first elected as Kagawad in 2007. He was then re-elected for Kagawad twice, garnering the most number of votes during those three terms. He served as Co-Chairman for Health and Sanitation Committee.
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