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Commerce and trade is the second economic based income of the people of Ilagan. In the yearstatistics showed that there are currently 1, registered business establishments. For yearcommercial trade was at 1, revealing that there were more or less than establishments that had been closed down within the period — There were even more establishments in with a total of 1, in all. The trend shows that from tothere was a growth of 2.

Just like the past years, for the yearcommercial activities within the municipality are classified into wholesale, retail and service-oriented businesses. The industrial sector of the municipal economy comprises establishments in year as compared with in This reflects a 2. The existing industries are mostly on a micro scale except for the Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc. The commercial area includes areas which are occupied by public markets, wholesale and retail stores, restaurants, banks, shops and other establishments or structures engaged in commercial activities.

The bulk of those who are engaged in trade and commerce are found in the public markets.

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The area covered by the commercial area is approximately As compared to the existing commercial area of 17 hectares, the increase of The transformation of Ilagan into a fast growing municipality in Cagayan Valley became evident upon the assumption in office of then Mayor Josemarie L. Diaz, the re-structuring of the economic landscape of the municipality and the eventual transformation of its business climate into a business friendly environment successfully lured multi-national companies in investing their capitals into its market.

Economic boom began to ingulf Ilagan with the entry of eight 8 banks and financial institutions in just a number of months. The Local Government of Ilagan responded positively with these developments by the enactment of legislative measures including the provision of the Investment Incentive Code which provided for tax incentives to investments.

These measures eventually opened the flood gates for big investments to enter the local market that included the establishments of malls like the Northstar Mall and Talavera Square Mall that house the Savemore, Robinsons Supermarket, Puregold, Jollibee, McDonald's, Red Ribbon, Goldilocks, Mang Inasal, Greenwich, Chowking and many other stores.

At present, Ilagan has one of the fastest-growing economy in the province of Isabela as well as in the whole Cagayan Valley over the past years. The city is the primary growth center and investment hub of the Cagayan Valley region due to the rapid commercialization and stabilization of the different sectors involved in its economy. In front of the public market is a three-storey structure called as Ilagan City Mall, the first LGU-owned and operated mall in the city.

The increasing number of market goers coming from the different regions of the city and adjacent municipalities, prompted city officials to facilitate the construction of the modern market.

Ilagan is home to eighteen 18 banks which is primarily composed of universal, commercial, savings and rural banks. There are also thousands of commercial establishments composed of distributors, retail and wholesale. Pawnshops, lending companies, insurance agencies, cooperatives and other financial institutions are spread all over the city. Food and beverage There are several food and beverage companies in the City. Another, is a vinegar and soy sauce fermentation company locally known as 'Best Choice', which is operated and owned by Robelly's Food Products and also the Jack Confectionery, which operates a wine fermentation plant.

Furniture making One major industry in Ilagan is furniture making. These barangays were dubbed as "Butaka City" of Ilagan, where the Guinness Book of Records' entry for the biggest lounge chair in the world, the Butaka, was manufactured. Tobacco industry Ilagan became one of the largest producers of tobacco during the Spanish time. The Tobacco Monopoly have caused the valley to languish in poverty from to The lifting of the monopoly was caused by the heavy loss incurred by the government.

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A Royal Decree released in totally abolished the monopoly and attracted foreign capitalist to invest in the country. In Ilagan, the Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas or the Tabacalera was established in and produced the famous La FLor de Isabela which was the largest company of its kind in the world at that time.

The Tabacalera acquired two haciendas in Ilagan: Agri-support activities At present, most of the industries in the city are agri-based. For the past ten years, there has been a great number of local investment in poultry and hog raising.

At present, there are seven poultry contract growers and 33 small and medium scale hog raisers in Ilagan. Other support facilities, warehouses and small rice mills, strategically located in different barangays of Ilagan address the storage needs of farmers during the harvest season. Jeep and tricycle body building There are 9 motor vehicle assembly shops in Ilagan; 5 jeepney assembly shops and 4 tricycle side-car makers. These motor vehicle assembly shops respond to the increasing need for transportation service in the city.

They are accredited to market high-end properties from trusted real estate developers in Ilagan and in Isabela. These properties are residential house and lot or lot only and commercial estates located in masterplanned and exclusive properties in Ilagan. These properties are fully developed, masterplanned, secure and comfortable places to live in with high class facilities and amenities. It showcases beautiful homes with impressive split level configurations that offer an unparalleled view of the breathtaking natural environment and a perpetually cool and calm surrounding found in a hectare site.

At present, there are eleven 11 reputable subdivisions located in the city. Culture The Isabela Museum and Library former location of the Isabela Provincial Capitol houses a collection of artifacts, literature, and other historical elements that best describe the culture of the people of Isabela.

While the City Government of Ilagan is on the process of collecting antique items to be placed on its own City Library. Balai na Ilagan is intended to celebrate arts and culture in the province of Isabela. Binallay is a native rice cake prepared year-round in Ilagan. It was during the administration of then Mayor Delfinito "Jojo" C. Albano that Binallay Festival became the official festivity of Ilagan. But upon the assumption in office of then Mayor Josemarie L.

Diaz, it was changed by the Mammangui Festival. It offers hand-crafted souvenir products and two of the most famous delicacies that can be found in the city, the Inatata and Binallay. Cityhood Anniversary - Celebrated every 11th day of August. The city government celebrated the first anniversary of Ilagan's cityhood charter in Highlighting the city's achievements for whole year.

Activities were conducted with local celebrities following a night concert every year. Mammangi Festival — Ilagan also celebrates the Mammangi Festival. Celebrated during the last week of May; an Ybanag word meaning the harvest or planting of corn. Mammangui came from the Ybanag word mangui or corn. In the yearGeneral Ordinance No. Diaz ordained Mammangui Festival as the official festivity of Ilagan to be celebrated on the month of May. City and Patronal Fiestas — Fiestas are common celebrations in the city.

Traditionally, people celebrate the feast days of the respective patron saints of each barangays every year. While the city celebrates the feast day of its patron, San Fernando, every 30 May.

It was the date when Ilagan was founded as a town. The year gave way to the inauguration and blessings of the zipline inside the Ilagan Sanctuary as the first in Cagayan Valley during the celebration of th Aggaw na Ilagan. These properties are residential house and lot or lot only and commercial estates located in masterplanned and exclusive properties in Ilagan.

These properties are fully developed, masterplanned, secure and comfortable places to live in with high class facilities and amenities. It showcases beautiful homes with impressive split level configurations that offer an unparalleled view of the breathtaking natural environment and a perpetually cool and calm surrounding found in a hectare site.

At present, there are eleven 11 reputable subdivisions located in the city. Culture The Isabela Museum and Library former location of the Isabela Provincial Capitol houses a collection of artifacts, literature, and other historical elements that best describe the culture of the people of Isabela.

While the City Government of Ilagan is on the process of collecting antique items to be placed on its own City Library. Balai na Ilagan is intended to celebrate arts and culture in the province of Isabela.

Binallay is a native rice cake prepared year-round in Ilagan. It was during the administration of then Mayor Delfinito "Jojo" C. Albano that Binallay Festival became the official festivity of Ilagan.

But upon the assumption in office of then Mayor Josemarie L. Diaz, it was changed by the Mammangui Festival. It offers hand-crafted souvenir products and two of the most famous delicacies that can be found in the city, the Inatata and Binallay. Cityhood Anniversary - Celebrated every 11th day of August.

The city government celebrated the first anniversary of Ilagan's cityhood charter in Highlighting the city's achievements for whole year. Activities were conducted with local celebrities following a night concert every year. Mammangi Festival — Ilagan also celebrates the Mammangi Festival. Celebrated during the last week of May; an Ybanag word meaning the harvest or planting of corn.

Mammangui came from the Ybanag word mangui or corn. In the yearGeneral Ordinance No. Diaz ordained Mammangui Festival as the official festivity of Ilagan to be celebrated on the month of May. City and Patronal Fiestas — Fiestas are common celebrations in the city. Traditionally, people celebrate the feast days of the respective patron saints of each barangays every year.

While the city celebrates the feast day of its patron, San Fernando, every 30 May. It was the date when Ilagan was founded as a town. The year gave way to the inauguration and blessings of the zipline inside the Ilagan Sanctuary as the first in Cagayan Valley during the celebration of th Aggaw na Ilagan.

Another is the inauguration of the newly constructed boundary marker in Barangay Alibagu and Barangay Upi in Gamu featuring the local heroes and warriors Marayag and Dabo. In the celebration of the th founding anniversary of Ilagan, the city government unveiled the latest added attractions in Ilagan Sanctuary which are the cable car, wall climbing, rappelling, tree-top adventure, large lagoon for fishing, boating area and the large wave pool to attract more foreign and local tourists throughout the valley and as well as in the whole country.

Places of interest Ilagan: It is popular for hikers, mountaineers, spelunkers and birdwatchers who come to explore its mountain trails, caves, odd rock formations and aviary. Established in with an area of hectares 2, acres. The caves are known for their beautiful and unusual rock formations, sparkling rocks, and subterranean waterfalls.

It is believed to have been occupied by the nomadic Agta or Dumagat people in the past. Pinzal Falls — Another major attraction located within Ilagan Sanctuary.

Tourists visiting Pinzal falls will enjoy the relaxation it offers. The sixty-five kilometres 65 km.

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Abuan River is the main river channels inside the 50, hectares Abuan Watershed located in the city. The headwater of the said river is located inside the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park which is one of the richest and remaining virgin forest in the country and from within it is a verdant vision of plant and animal life — where Philippine eagles Pithecophaga jefferyi soar.

Tourists and visitors can also try intense activities like water rafting, kayaking and wall climbing to enjoy the breath taking experience that this place offers. Balay na Maguili or Balai na Ilagan and Friendship Hall located beside the Rizal Park and serves as a multi-purpose space to nurture the artistic talents of locals. It is the headquarters of Stewards and Friends of Ilagan Incorporated, an NGO assisting the city government in its socio-tourism efforts. The Balay na Maguili is an arts hall where music lessons are taught to children.

The chapel inside the compound is a well-preserved 18th century structure. Saint Ferdinand Parish Church is known to house one of the oldest bells in the region. The church is dedicated to the patron saint, San Fernando. The church is located in the heart of the city and stands beside the St.

Old Capitol Building was once the seat of power in the province of Isabela. It is now being used to showcase the history of Isabela in a museum and library. It houses the offices of various national line agencies.

In front of the capitol is an open-air amphitheater recommended for evening activities. Isabela Museum and Library was inaugurated last May 11, and is housed at the old capitol building in Barangay Calamagui 2nd.

It is the repository and custodian of the rich historical and cultural heritage of Isabelinos. It features a gallery exhibit-collection of artifacts, fossils, heirloom pieces, visual arts, dioramas and other historical documents.

It is open on weekdays. Ilagan Japanese Tunnel is a village that lets visitors travel back to the Japanese occupation.

It is located in Barangay Santo Tomas. The project is aimed to promote the country's abundance of natural resources, biological diversity and strong cultural heritage. The city is well positioned for agri-tourism since farming is considered as an integral aspect of the people's culture.

Rizal Park — a replica of the original Rizal Monument in Luneta. At the back of the park is an open-air mini concert ground for small and minor events. It is also known as the Freedom Park where various groups exercise their freedom of expression. It is located along the National Highway in Barangay Baligatan. The Queen Isabela Park is a culture and arts open air amphitheatre which is the biggest LGU-built arena in the country.

It was held at the Isabela Sports Complex. The sports complex was erected by the National Government and local officials during the presidency of Fidel V. Ramos as a permanent facility for the province of Isabela, in Barangay Alibagu, Ilagan, the capital. The impressive facility of 50 hectares, on which has built a stadium with a 39, seating capacity, likewise has an athlete's village for housing participants.