Gantungan falls of Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon
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The major sources of revenues of the municipality are the Internal Revenue Allotment which constitutes 94%, miscellaneous operating income which includes interest, income on deposits and collection on water system operations and real property tax which is the lowest source
Being part of the landlocked province, the circulation system of the municipality has been mainly through its road network and corresponding bridge linkages between bodies of water. A total of 148,265.68 kilometers of road network traverse the municipality. The barangay road has the most number which comprises 65%,
Historical Growth of the Population
The population of Impasugong is constantly increasing since 1918 up to the present. Its highest growth rate was registered in 1975 census which is 5.37% and the lowest was in 1948 with only 0.55%. The highest growth rate was experienced with the coming in of multi-national company and agri-business ventures where employment opportunities are also high. During this period,
The origin of the town’s name “Impasugong” is a Higaonon term, which means, “make the current come upstream”. The Municipality was called Impasugong after the name of a spring located northwest of Poblacion. It is said that water coming from this spring flows and returns to its source when it meet another body of water from a creek that runs along side of the spring.
The Municipality of Impasugong is strategically located in the northeastern part of the land locked Province of Bukidnon within the grid coordinates 8 7’ to 8 35’ north latitude and 124 54’ to 124 18’ east longitude. The