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Town History

The first spanish Missionary headed by Father Alejandro Vidal founded the municipality of Solano in 1767. It was first named Lungabang which means cave in Gaddang. Later, it was called Lumabang by the Spaniards. By virtue of Executive Order in 1851, Governor General antonio Urbiztondo declared Lumabang as a barrio of Bayombong for not haviing sufficient inhabitants and revenue to maintain itself. In 1860, Governor Genral Ramon Solano Y Landeral authorized the separation of Lumabang from being a barrio of Bayombong to a full pledged municipality.

In 1863, its name was changed to Solano in honor of the Governor General. Solano boasts of an almost perfect town planning. This is a lasting remembrance of the unparallel wisdom of the late Father Juan Villaverde, who undertook the planning of the town in 1889.

Barangays
  • Aggub
  • Dadap
  • Roxas
  • Bagahabag
  • Lactawan
  • San Juan
  • Bangaan
  • Osmeña
  • San Luis
  • Bangar
  • Quezon
  • Tucal
  • Bascaran
  • PD Galima
  • Uddiawan
  • Communal
  • Poblacion North
  • Wacal
  • Concepcion
  • Poblacion South
  • Curifang
  • Quirino
Municipal Officials

HON. EUFEMIA A. DACAYO
Municipal Mayor

HON. PHILIP A. DACAYO
Municipal Vice Mayor

HON. MARIA REGINA V. VALDEZ
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. EDUARDO DL. TIONGSON
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. JOSEPH T. ALINDADA
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. NEZEL C. DUQUE
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. MILADY M. DICKSON
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. ROGELIO S. SALUNAT
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. PEDRO C. ALGERIA SR.
Sangguniang Bayan Member

HON. MIKE TIONGSON
Sangguniang Bayan Member

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