Located 55 kilometers north of Manila, the town of Calumpit is bounded on the north and west by the province of Pampanga,
on the east by the towns of Pullilan and Plaridel, and on the south by Hagonoy town and Malolos City. It has a total land area of 56.2 square kilometers and is politically subdivided into 29 barangays.
The town is part of the first legislative district of Bulacan. Topography is generally lowland, being part of the Central Luzon Plain.
The town celebrates the Libad Festival in the month of June to coincide with the Feast of St. John the Baptist, the
patron saint of the town.
Agriculture is the main economic activity in Calumpit. However, commerce and industry are fast rising in
importance as sources of livelihood.
Being strategically located almost halfway between Clark Economic Zone and Metro Manila, the town of Calumpit
can be developed as an agro-industrial center. The production of high value commercial crops and the processing thereof has
a bright prospect in this town. The establishment of industrial estates that would host both light and heavy industries can
Places of Interest
- Parish of St. John the Baptist
- Calumpit River
- Meyto Shrine where the first Catholic Mass was held.
Parish Church of St. John the Baptist
Calumpit is a historic place.
McArthur Highway as it passes through downtown Calumpit
Rizal Monument at the front of the office of the Calumpit Water District
- Caniogan High School
- Frances High School
- Santa Lucia High School
- St. John the Baptist Catholic School
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