St., Barangay Batis, San Juan City


Current Barangay residents are not aware of the any spring of clear water that can account for name of BATIS. According the old residents, the area had creeks and rivulets during their time, wherein clean water flowed. Actually bordering San Juan River as it does, it is not at all unlikely that the area had rivulets and creeks feeding in the water way. People neigh boring Barangay especially on high land are coming here because of the clear water. They enjoy so much, the cold water coming from the rivulets especially on summer days. Women used wash clothes at the riverbanks. It is also the favourite place for the person who loves swimming because of the clear water flowing down the river, and it also inhabited by The main reason why the placed named “BATIS” is because of the presence of creeks and rivulets and the clear river. Over the years the place has been transformed. Many factories has been built even in the riverbanks, and because of progress, w can no longer sees creeks and rivulets and once the clear river.

Barangay Batis is 4th out of 21 Barangay in the City of San Juan in terms of Land Area, with 35.0951 hectares (3.5 sq.kl.) it is situated at the south of R.J Fernandez St., east of F. Blumentritt, west of San Juan River, and north of the “Tubo” or the water pipe of San Juan. With the population of 9,204 and estimated annual income Php 7,364,039.71. At the present day, Barangay Batis is now divided into 21 streets: R. Fernandez, F. Blumentritt, A. Rita, San Carlos, San Luis, San Mauricio, Col. San Miguel, San Pablo, A Villa, San Rafael, San Jose, J. Wright, R. Pascual, S. Tuano, Gen. Malvar, Gen Bautista, Valenzuela, E. Fernandez, m. Salvador, Tuberias, F. Manalo.


Barangay Batis is composed entirely of undulating low graded tuffaceous plateau soil. This means that it has the depth and ability to carry almost ad type of construction and it has the ability hold water. Except for the areas, the physiography and terrain of San Juan make it still an idea for urban development.



Being the heart of the region’s plateau, the Municipality of San Juan is free of earthquake risk. Generally, San Juan has a slightly rolling terrain, however, areas along western boundary near San Juan River is prone to flooding. These are Barangay Batis, Salapan, Balong bato, Rivera, Progreso and kabayanan.



San Juan is situated in the central part of Metropolitan Manila, known as one of the smallest among the thirteen municipalities comprising the metropolis. Its northern and western boundaries are Quezon City and the city of Manila, respectively, while the municipality of Mandaluyong, now a city, from its southern and eatren boundaries. Barangay Batis is one of the 21 Barangays of San Juan, and Barangay Batis is the fourth largest in the land area in this Municipality, situated in southwest. Its boundaries with neighboring Barangay consist of Tuberias St. divided with Barangay San Perfecto, F. Blumentritt St. segregated with Barangay Tibagan. The southern boundary with Barangay Kabayanan is R.J. Fernandez St. while San Juan River separated with City on Manila.



The hardships of life in the province have led many to migrate to Metro Manila. They came from different parts of Luzon, Visayas and far away Mindanao. They comprise as an informal settlers located along the banks of San Juan River and above the water pipeline. These areas are densely populated. However, there are many who belong to rich families in affluent residential areas. A vast number also belongs to middle-income families who either rent an apartment or own a house and piece of land.



As of date, it has a total population of : 9,774 (2015 NSO RESULT)
As of date, it has a total population of : 9,774 (2015 NSO RESULT)
Registered voters : 5,200 with 46 precincts It has a land area of 35.0951 hectares;


1. Roman Catholic 80%
2. Islam 5%
3. Iglesia ni Cristo 10%
4. Others 5%



– Brgy. Hall (1) – Location F. Manalo Street cor. J. wright
– Health Center (1) – Location F. Manalo street cor. San Luis Street
– Senior Citizen Office (1) – Location F. Manalo Street cor. R. Pascual
– Total number of Streets 21 streets Estimated Annual Income: 7,000,000.00
– SK Office (1) – Location F. Manalo Street cor. R. Pascual
– Basketball Court (1) – Location F. Manalo Street cor. Gen. Bautista Street
– Daycare Center (1) – Location F. Manalo Street cor. R. Pascual Street

– Mortuary (5) locations:
1. 2 F. Manalo Street (ISLA Compound)
2. F. Manalo Street cor. Gen. Bautista Street
3. F. Manalo Street cor. San Miguel Street
4. Gen. Bautista Street corner Gen. Malvar Street 5. M. Salvador corner Tuberias Street (Ponda Area)



1. Cellular Phones/Internet : Smart, Globe and etc.
2. Telephone Lines : pldt, globe
3. Radio Equipment : TWO WAY RADIO



1. Land (jeepney, cars, tricycle and motorcycle)






1. Public : Batis Daycare Center
2. Private



Real Property Tax : Php 2,481,464.00 (2013)
Internal Revenue Allotment : 4,011,429.00 (2013)
Other Income : 250,000.00 (2013)

TOTAL : Php 6,742,893.00 (2013)



The barangay is composed of 21 streets namely:R.J. Fernandez, F. Blumentritt, A. Rita, San Carlos, Gen. San Luis, San Mauricio, Col. San Miguel, San PablO, A. Villa, San Rafael, San Jose, J. Wright, R. Pascual, S. Tuano, Gen. Malvar, Gen. Bautista, Valenzuela, E. Fernandez, M. Salvador, Tuberias and F. Manalo.