History

According to old folks, during the Spanish regime, there was a tall and shady tree found along the creek. This is where the travelers and merchants from Pangasinan going to Tarlac and vice versa used to rest under this tree to refresh themselves from the heat of the sun. This tree bears flowers similar to the bell which the barrio people call it Malacampana, situated also from this perimeter is a camp ruled by the Spaniards. Old people called the camp Mal-Campo meaning “Bad Camp” because of rampant killing and violence being made. Generation after generation later called the place Malacampa, the biggest and most productive barangay in the municipality.

Barangay Officials

POSITION NAME
Punong Barangay JULIO F.CAOAGDAN
Sangguniang Barangay Members HENRY P. ENCHANEZ
BENEDICTO A. MOLANO
FERDINAND M. FELIPE
MANUELO N. FERNANDO
GREGORIO S. GUILLERMO
JUN LITO J. TORIO
DANTE M. AGUSTIN
Barangay Secretary NANCY G. AGUSTIN
Barangay Treasurer APRIL EUNICE A.ZAPATA
Barangay   Tanods ARNEL T. REYES
REYNALDO T. REYES
BERNARDO G. RANADA
OSCAR T. AQUINO
RICARDO BAUTISTA
RENATO J. PABLO
JOHN S. FELIPE
DANILO PARAON
ELMER I. JULIAN
ROLANDO AGUSTIN
CESAR SANTIAGO
JUNIOLITO DULAY
ALFREDO TEODORO
ANGELITO AGUSTIN
CARLOS RUIS
JESUS ESPINA
ABRAZADO ROBINOS
AMPARO T. FERNANDO
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