Located at the western side of Bulacan Province, Paombong is bounded on the north
and east by the City of Malolos, on the south by Manila Bay, and on the
west by Hagonoy town. It is accessible via the old National Road from Malolos City and on to Hagonoy
Town. It has a total land area of 46.3 square kilometers and is politically subdivided into 14 barangays, majority of which are
considered rural. The town is a part of the first legislative district of Bulacan Province.
Aquaculture and agriculture are the main source of livelihood of the people. The town is famous for the production of locally made vinegarmade from the sap of Nipa plant.
With the use of appropriate technology, the vast tract of land near Manila Bay can be used to develop a mariculture industry. Also, the vinegar industry can be developed further
to increase volume in order to penetrate the export market. In addition, its agricultural land that is not prone to flooding can be used to produced high value crops such as
root crops, vegetables, herbal and ornamental plants.