Brief History of Balugo
The name of this barrio has a reference to the name of the tree called “Balugo”. It is possible that Balugo trees were found only in this place and in the absence of some special or spectacular events or phenomena in the place, the name “Balugon was adopted and remains unchanged up to the present.
Barangay Fiesta: Every 27th of October (Patron: Mother of Perpetual Help)
Balugo Elementary School
The Balugo Elementary School is located in the west of Dumaguete City 200 meters from Palinpinon Road at Candau-Ay across the Banica River close to the Dump side. It is a relatively small school with just under 450 pupils.
Glenn P. Noay (Mobile: 0905 1158456)
Kristel Jane D. Callao
Geroncia S. Calbog
Cresanta P. Albina
Jerome B. Dela Cruz|
Maria Joane B. Montesor|
Jason A. Baro
Joseleyn B. Orinday
Maricor S. Alquisola
Joey P. Alcansado
Address and Contact Of Barangay Balugo:
Barangay Hall Purok Caimito
Balugo Dumaguete City
Negros Oriental Philippines 6200
Landline:No Telephone line yet.
Mobile: 0926 177 6097