Ticdalan is the center of all barangays in Ticdalan Valley. It lies at the edge of the hill with the towering ridge of Odok, as backdrop. Named after a creek, it was a sitio of La Consolacion in the early days.
In 1910-1911, a barrio school was established there. It was named Grows School, After Ernest W. Grows, the town's American Supervisor at that time.
When World War II broke out in December 1941, Ticdalan had a concrete school building. It was burned by the guerillas at the early stage of the war.
During the Japanese occupation, many people from the poblacion sought refuge there. Among them were the families of Andres Flores, Dr. Jose Noble, Dioscoro Mueda and Bienvenido Monteclaro. Ticdalan was raided by the enemy which resulted in the killing of Marcelino Faingason.
Pre-war heads were Esteban Magbanua, Macario Napulan, Juan Molo and Venancio Magbanua. War time head was Braulio Natonton. Those who headed the barrio after the war were Placido Nacis, Paulino Naragdao, Ramon Nacis (1952-1953), Arcadio Magbanua (1954-1955), Eduardo Muchano (1956-1959) and (1968-1971), Elias Failagutan (1960-1963), Moises Pregil (1964-1967), Rudy Magbanua (1967-1979), Demetrio Napulan (1989-1993), Jessie Magbanua (1994-1997) and Rosita Molo from 1997 to the present.
Ticdalan has a complete elementary school. It celebrates its fiesta on April 16-17 in honor of Nuestra Seņora de Salvacion.
The barangay to be progressive through cooperation and unity where there is peace and cleanliness to reign. The community with good future with peace of mind for the improvement of the barangay.
|Rosita Molo||Punong Barangay|
|Rodel Polmo||SK Chairman|
|Aida Monserate||Barangay Secretary|
|Anita Monserate||Barangay Treasurer|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Jeepney 4, Tricycle 1, Private cars 2, Motorcycle 1, Bicycle 3|
|Number of male||145|
|Number of female||170|
|Number of households||68|
|Number of houses||69|
|List of school present in the barangay||Ticdalan Elementary School|
|Number of elementary pupils||15|
|Number of pre-schoolers||4|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||64|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||5|
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