Barangay Oya-oy is located between Barangay Agdum and Barangay Tigmarabo is San Jose Valley. It is three kilometers upriver from Barangay Banbanan and ten kilometers away from the municipality.
Named after Oya-oy river, it was composed of two sections in the past. Oya-oy Tacas and Oya-oy Ubos, headed by Lucio Monteclaro and Celedonio Montealto.
The first settlers were known only as Abing and Tana who came from Igbaras, and Candi and Oya of this town. The name Oya-oy originated from Oya, a farmer who planted camote as their means of livelihood.
Thus goes on how Oya-oy got its name.
Heads of Barangay Oya-oy were Mateo Ebay, Juan Maestrecampo, Eugenio Ebay, Juan Monteclaro, Ignacio Elpusan (1945-1955), Eligio Epistola (1956-1957), Rafael Patriarca (1958-1959), Tiburcio Fresco 91960-1961), Remegio Patriarca (1962-1963), Gavino Libo-on (1964-1965), Vicente Ebay (1966-1967), Esperidion Elpusan (1968-1971), Peblo Elisteria (1972-1976), Remegio Patriarca (1977-1997), and Erwin Patriarca (1997-2002).
A progressive, clean and peaceful barangay
|Romulo Ebay||Punong Barangay|
|Mary Liza Naganda||SK Chairman|
|Alicia Elisteria||Barangay Secretary|
|Nenecio Nacisvalencia||Barangay Treasurer|
|Number of male||155|
|Number of female||153|
|Number of youths||13|
|Number of households||68|
|Number of houses||62|
|List of sports facilities||Basketball ring, whistle fox, basketball spalding, chessboard, basketball score book, stop watch, badminton set, volleyball net|
|List of school present in the barangay||Day Care Center|
|Number of college students||08|
|Number of high school students||13|
|Number of elementary pupils||32|
|Number of pre-schoolers||24|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||61|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||1|
|Number of roads and Length||3 kilometers cemented, 4 kilometers rough road and 3 kilometers thru the river|
|Number of Communication Facilities||cellphones 11|
|Number of Water Supply System||Jetmatic 1, Spring 2|
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