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Town History

The town is formerly a barrio of the municipality of Polilio, Quezon, its mother town, by the mountain ranges, commonly called Malulod Mountain, ranging from the north to the south, thus serving as the boundary between the municipalities of Polilio, Panukulan and Burdeos, Quezon province. Mountain slopes are not too steep. The highest among the mountain in this municipality is only about 250 to 300 feet above sea level. Bordering the north of this town is the Pacific Ocean, on the east is Bordeos Bay, in the south is the municipality of Polillo, Quezon, and on the west is the municipality of Panukulan Quezon. Few of the big rivers are Anibawan River at Barangay at Anibawan, the source of which reaches the boundary of Polillo and Burdeos;Burdeos River, which almost surrounds the Poblacion, Balubac River at Barangay Bonifacio and that of San Rafael, all within the territorial jurisdiction of this municipality.

According to History:

Originally, the inhabitants called Burdeos as VISTA. When the first Priest came to Vista to hold the first mass, the Priest called it by another name – BORDEOX. From then on Vista was named and called BURDEOS instead. Burdeos progressed and become one of the barrios of the Municipality of Polillo. Before World War II, Mr. Melanio Foliente, then a Municipal Councilor of Polillo attempted to make Burdeos a separate municipality, but failed, together with the second attempt of Mr. Raymundo Felomino, another councilor of Polillo. On May 1984 a conference attended by Messrs. Melanio Foliente, Aquilino Morga, Dalmacio Durante, Cornelio Foliente, Valeria Rudio, Cerilo Avenilla and Raymundo Felomina was held at the farm house of Cornelio Foliente, at Sitio Amot, to discuss the successful establishments of a separate Municipality of Burdeos. As a result of the conference a delegation of four, consisting of Aquilino Morga, Pacifio Foliente, Valeriano Rudio and Simon Mercado, were requested to negotiate the matter with Congressman Fortunato Suarez of the First District of Quezon. A requested bill was introduced by Congressman Suarez and Republic Act No. 250 was subsequently enacted creating the new municipality of Burdeos. July 1, 1948 marked the organization and functioning of the first local government of Burdeos with Mr. Raymundo Felomino as its first appointed Mayor.

According to Legend:

The name "Bordeous" according to legend came from the word "Bor" name of a lover of a maiden in the place. But the girl´s father was against the lover "Bor" and one day shot him to death while he (Bor) and the daughter were near the bank of a river. Bor fell dead into the water and carried away to the sea by the current. The girl in grief and desperation shouted" BOR DIYOS KO PO." A passer-by heard the lament of the girl and thought that the name of the place was "Bordeous." Since then the place was known as "Bordeous." The patron saint of the place is San Rafael thought to have miraculous healing power. 

Protective Services

Policeman: Burdeos Mps Qppo
The Municipal Police Station is housed in a building located within the municipal government center. For CY 2009, the police forces in the locality is now pegged at 19 including the Chief of Police, with a population of 26,175, the actual estimated deficit will be 6. For CY 2020, with a projected population of 32,493, the deficit will be 13 based on CY 2009 situation. Nevertheless, the barangays provide auxiliary police services through the organization/activation of their barangay tanods.  Similarly, the Province of Quezon is deficient in the number of police personnel. For 2007, the LGU needs at least 115 police personnel based on CY 2000 situation, for it to comply with the set standard of one (1) police per 1,000 population.
Among the top 3 committed crimes for the period of year 1997-2009 where physical injuries and theft

Social Welfare

Barangay Halls/Health Centers/Day Care Centers As of 2009, all fourteen (14) barangays have established barangay halls with approximate area of 63 square meters for the Poblacion, and 50 square meters each for the other thirteen (13) barangays. As of CY 2000, there is 1 RHU at the Poblacion, and Brgy. Health Centers in 8 rural barangays. For the 7 day care centers, Poblacion has 20 square meters while the other 6 barangays have 15 square meters each. But, some of them need to be repaired/rehabilitated. As of CY 2009, there is 1 RHU at the Poblacion, and Brgy. Health Centers in 8 rural barangays. For the 13 day care centers, Poblacion has 20 square meters while the other 12 barangays have 15 square meters each.

Education

As of CY 2009, Burdeos has 16 government elementary schools (1 every barangay, except Brgy. Aluyon with another 1 located in Sitio Tulan, and Brgy. Rizal with another 1 in Sitio Bongliw), and no private elementary school. It has two (2) public secondary school (Burdeos NHS in Poblacion and Burdeos NHS Annex in Brgy. Bonifacio), and one (1) private secondary School (Mt. Carmel High School). There is one (1) private primary school, catering to children aged 3-5 years old. As of CY 2009, there are at least 12 students.

Recreation and Sports

There are many potential recreational and sports areas like the Municipal Park in the Poblacion and a Barangay Park in Brgy. Anibawan, while other potential ones are also visible in other barangays

  • BEACHES - Natural, Need to be developed
  • SCENIC VIEWS - Natural, Need to be developed
  • UNIQUE PHYSICAL FEATURES - Swampy and mangrove areas; forests Natural Need to be developed
  • GAMES Billiard Hall
  • EXTRA SPACE SPORTS - Basketball courts in all barangays

Culture, Relegion and Tradition

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Festivities

  • Poblacion:  October 23-24, St. Rafael Archangel
  • Aluyon: May 22, Sta. Rita
  • Amot: May 6-7, San Isidro
  • Anibawan: May 18-19, San Isidro Labrador 
  • Bonifacio: August 16-17, San Roque
  • Cabugao: May 4-5 San Isidro Labrador
  • Cabungalunan: May 24-25, Our Lady of Fatima
  • Calutcot: June 24, St John the Baptist
  • Caniwan: May 11-12, Nazareno
  • Carlagan: May 30, St. Ferdinand
  • Mabini: August 11-12, San Roque
  • Palasan: April 27, Ina ng Laging Saklolo
  • Rizal: May 14-15 Jesus Nazareno
  • San Rafael: September 28-29 St. Rafael   Archangel