Quezon is a 4th class landlocked municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 22,050 people in 3,887 households.
The municipality of Quezon is one of the 37 municipalities which comprise the province of Isabela. Situated in the northwestern part of the province, it is bounded on the north by the municipalities of Santa Maria and Cabangan, on the south by the municipality of Mallig on the east by the municipalities of Delfin Albano and Santo Tomas all within the province of Isabela; and on the west by the Tabuk City in the province of Kalinga. A landlocked municipality, its absolute location is between 121°32’ to 121°41’ longitude East and 17°14’ to 17°26’ latitude north. Its municipal center is located 17°18'42.90"N and 121°36'19.59"E.
Its main access is the Cagayan Valley National Highway that traverses in a general north-south direction virtually slicing the municipality lengthwise and connects it with other municipalities in Isabela. To the east lies a provincial road which links Quezon to the municipality of Santo Tomas, Isabela. Quezon is approximately 56 kilometers south of the Cagayan Valley regional center of Tuguegarao City, about 20 kilometers east of Tabuk City the provincial capital of Kalinga province; and about 403 kilometers north from Manila, the capital of the Philippines, with an average travel time of 8 to 9 hours by land.
Based from the data from the Municipal Assessors Office, Quezon occupies an area of 268.26 km² or about 2.52% of the total land area of Isabela, which is placed at 10,664.4 km². The figure was based on the actual tax mapping conducted by the said office. The same figure was also used for the old town plan of Quezon and was validated by a digital planimeter.
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Sources: http://www.blgs.gov.ph , PENRO-Isabela