This place is far-flung barangay in the Bacauan valley. It can be reached either through San Fernando in Oyungan Valley or Sag-on, Calagtangan and Tugura-ao in the Bacauan Valley.
When the Spaniard came to this place they found that the barrio was located on top of a hill from where they had a good view in the surrounding places. Impressed by its location they name the place buenavista for "good view."
The earliest known head of the place was Cabeza Daling. The prewar tenientes were Andres Nejana and dDionesio Mondoy. During World War II, Buenavistahad Moises Nejana as barrio teneinte. After the war he was followed by Arsenio Mocon (1945-1947), Mateo Faingason (1948-1951), Moises Monsale (1952-1955), Arsenio Mocon (1956-1981), Amador Monsale (1982-1988).
The present Punong Barangay is Jaime Pagalan since 1988.
Buenavista Norte celebrates its feast day in April to honor Saint Rita de Casia.
|Jaime Pagalan||Punong Barangay|
|Rafael Fio Jr.||Kagawad|
|Lea Nagawang||SK Chairman|
|Jennifer Mahinay||Barangay Secretary|
|Ana Maria Heramis||Barangay Treasurer|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Tricycle 1, Bicycle 1|
|Number of male||217|
|Number of female||157|
|Number of youths||30|
|Number of households||80|
|Number of houses||73|
|List of sports facilities||Basketball court|
|Number of college students||4|
|Number of high school students||24|
|Number of elementary pupils||34|
|Number of pre-schoolers||25|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Other religious sectors present in the barangay||None|
|Presence of road and estimated length||Rough road|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||50|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||23|
|Number of Bridges and Length||None|
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