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San Pedro, officially the City of San Pedro (Tagalog: Lungsod ng San Pedro), is a 3rd class component city in the province of LagunaPhilippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 326,001 people. It is named after its patron saintPeter the Apostle. San Pedro has been dubbed as “dormitory town” of Metro Manila and migrants from other provinces commuting everyday through its highly efficient road and transport system. Despite being one of the smallest political units in the entire province, with a total land area of only 24.05 km2, San Pedro is the 5th most populous city (out of 6) after the cities of Calamba, Santa Rosa, Biñan and Cabuyao. The city also has the highest population density in the province of Laguna and in the whole Calabarzon region, having 14,000 people/km2. As a first class municipality, it became a component city of Laguna by virtue of RA 10420 dated March 27, 2013.



San Pedro is located in Region IV-A or Calabarzon. San Pedro is the boundary between Laguna and Metro Manila, so San Pedro is known as "Laguna's Gateway to Metro Manila". San Pedro shares boundaries with Metro Manila's southernmost city, Muntinlupa (North) bounded with Tunasan River, Biñan (South), Dasmariñas (West), Carmona and Gen. Mariano Alvarez (Southwest) bound with San Isidro River. Its position makes San Pedro a popular suburban residential community, where many residents commute daily to Metro Manila for work.

Area : 24.05 km2 (9.29 sq mi)

Elevation: 46 m (151 ft)

Highest Elevation: 170 m (560 ft)

Lowest Elevation: 2m (7 ft) 


San Pedro is home for the famous Krus ng San Pedro Tunasán. Majority of the people are Roman Catholics. Other religious groups include are the Members Church of God International (MCGI), Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry (JMCIM), United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP), Jesus Is Lord Church (JIL), Jesus Christ the Lifegiver Ministries (JCLM), Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC), The United Methodist Church, Presbyterian Churches, Christian Bible Baptist Church, other Baptist and Bible Fundamental churches. Islam is also practiced within the community. There are 15 Catholic parishes in the city, and one mosque.



San Pedro is politically subdivided into 27 barangays. Barangay San Antonio is the largest barangay, which has a total of 780 hectares, while Barangay San Vicente is the most populous with a total population of 92,092.

  • Bagong Silang

  • Calendola

  • Chrysanthemum

  • Cuyab

  • Estrella

  • Fatima

  • G.S.I.S.

  • Landayan

  • Langgam

  • Laram

  • Maharlika

  • Magsaysay

  • Narra

  • Nueva

  • Pacita 1

  • Pacita 2

  • Poblacion

  • Riverside

  • Rosario

  • Sampaguita Village

  • San Antonio

  • San Roque

  • San Vicente

  • San Lorenzo Ruiz

  • Santo Niño

  • United Bayanihan

  • United Better Living