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City of Lipa
Lungsod ng Lipa
Map of Batangas showing the location of Lipa City
Country Philippines
Region Region IV-A CALABARZON
Province Batangas
Congressional District 4th
Barangays 72
Government
- Mayor Meynardo A. Sabili - Vice Mayor Lydio A. Lopez, Jr. - Councilors Merlo P. Silva
Eric B. Africa
Ralph Peter S. Umali
Ma. Concepcion R. Hernandez
Avior R. Rocafort
Dy Pang Lim
Donato O. Linatoc
Dominador M. Mauhay
Raul A. Montealto
Aries D. Macala - ABC President Renato V. Malleta - SK Federation President Regine M. Mayo
Area
- Total 209.4 km2 (80.8 sq mi)
Population (2007) - Total 260,568 - Density 1,136/km2 (2,942.2/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+8)
ZIP code 4217
Area code(s) 43
Income Class First Class
Classification Component City; Agri-Urban
Website my.cityoflipa.net
Population Census of Lipa City
Census Pop. Rate
1995 177,894

2000 218,447 4.51%
2007 260,568 2.46%

The Lipa City (Filipino: Lungsod ng Lipa) is a city in the province of Batangas, Philippines. It is one of the three component cities of Batangas province (the others being Batangas City and the City of Tanauan). It is situated 78 kilometers south of Manila, and according to the latest census, it has a population of 260,558 inhabitants in 41,962 households.

Lipa City is bounded by the town of Santo Tomas in the northeast, San Pablo City of Laguna and San Antonio of Quezon in the east, the municipalities of Padre Garcia and Rosario in the southeast, the municipalities of Ibaan and San

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