Provincial Statistics Office
Albay Province 
Cecil G. Brondial 
Chief Statistical Specialist
3rd Floor Enterprise Building A
Brgy. 36 Capantawan
Legazpi City, Albay 4500
Tel no.:   (052) 480-1596
Telefax:  (052) 742-1228

PSO Message

This year is a testament of PSA Albay's unwavering commitment to deliver relevant and reliable statistics and efficient civil registration services; steadfast dedication to give its humble share in nation building; and tireless resilience in the face of constant challenges and overwhelming workload.  I am deeply honoured and privileged to lead the province’s lean yet competent and outstanding personnel to this year of great accomplishments, with the support of PSA’s regional and national offices.


Latest in PSA Albay

Philippine Statistics Authority - Albay Provinclal Statistical Office  is now ISO 9001 - 2015 certified.



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Demography 2015
Total Population 1,314,826
Male 665,143
Female 649,683
Dependency Ratio 65
Sex Ratio 102
Population Growth Rate (2010-2015) 1.22
Voting Age Population 779,136
Average Household Size 4.7



Demography Aug 2015
Total Population 1,314,826
Male 665,143
Female 649,683
Price Indices Jul 2017
Consumer Price Index (2006=100) 145.3
Inflation Rate 5.4
Purchasing power of the peso 0.69
Domestic Trade 1st Qtr 2017
Coastwise trade  
Quantity* 502,187
Value* 2,850,441
Air trade  
Quantity* 29
Value* 2,115

*(Quantity in thousand tons; value in P1

The Province

Albay is a province of the Philippines located in the Bicol Region in southeastern Luzon Island. The name Bikol first came to be known as the name of the biggest and longest river in the region. The river comes from the outflow of lakes and springs from the provinces of Albay, Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte and form a large stream that exits in the San Miguel Bay, off the shores of Camarines Sur.

The people of the region are called Bikolanos and the language is called Bikol. The citizens of Albay are called Albayanos. Albay is a province composed of 15 towns and 3 cities. The capital of the province is Legazpi City. It was named after Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, the Spanish conquestador who came to the Philippines in 1565 and started the massive colonization. The country became the colony of Spain for the next 300 years.

As a result, the Albayanos became devout Catholics. The symbol most associated with Albay is Mayon Volcano, a near perfectly-shaped active volcano, 2,462 metres (8,077 ft) high, which could be seen throughout its 13 towns and 3 cities as well as in the surrounding provinces of Sorsogon, Masbate and Catanduanes.

Albay has a total land area of 2,554.06 square kilometres (986.13 square miles). Aside from Mayon Volcano, it has two other major peaks: Mount Masaraga and Mount Malinao. The western coast of the province is mountainous but not as prominent as the eastern range with the highest elevation at around 490 metres (1,610 ft). Among these mountains are Mount Catburawan in Ligao and Mount Pantao in Oas & Libon.

Albay Statistical News


December 2017

Special Release on POPCEN 2015 Highlights in Polangui, Albay

September 2017 Quickstat

November 2017


An Update of PSA's Most Requested Statistics as of September 2017