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Its main sources of livelihood are primarily general commerce, followed by fishing, vending, and salt-making
There are three main roads that traverse the barangay, namely E. Aguinaldo Hi-way (formerly the Manila-Cavite coastal road), Quirino Avenue and the Ninoy Aquino Avenue.
However, since there was no one to maintain the famous garden, the orchard slowly deteriorated. Hence, at present, not even a trace of those trees and plants can be found.
No. of Households 1,489
Registered voters 5,415
The caracol is basically a festivity on boats. Beautiful ladies and handsome gentlemen ride in decorated boats and parade along the Parañaque river. A musical band plays at the end of the procession with the hermana and hermano mayors (sponsors) in one of the boats waving and smiling to all. Fruits like corn, chico, mango and santol are thrown by the hermanas to the other boats and to those swimming to cause chances inside the boats.
Feast of Resurrection where the townspeople keep vigil from Black Saturday to Easter Sunday.
Flores de Mayo
A procession of young pretty girls escorted by local gentlemen. The last lady, usually the loveliest and best attired, represents Sta. Elena (Queen Helena) with her son Constantine as the escort holds a crucifix symbolizing the cross of Christ.
The root word, 'sundo', means 'to fetch'. The tradition was originally a parade of the loveliest gowns (called ternos) made by the better known couturiers in Manila. The ladies' escort, before entering the lady's house, was made to wait for some time. Hence, the lady deliberately makes the men wait. To hasten the ladies, a marching band would be called in to play.
The feast day of St. Andrew is when the town fiesta is held.
- St. Andrew's Church
The oldest church in Parañaque, it also serves as its main place of worship for Roman Catholics in the city.
- Bulungan sa La Huerta
Famous fisherman's wharf where fish catch from all over the northern part of the country are delivered and bartered wholesale. This is where vendors from Southern Metro Manila get their fresh sea products at low prices.
- Schools St. Andrew's School Quirino Ave. Tel. (632) 8262129
- St. Paul's School Quirino Ave. Tel. (632) 8263116
- La Huerta Elementary School Ninoy Aquino Ave. Tel. (632) 8262095
- Parañaque Nat'l High School (Annex) Quirino Ave. Tel. (632) 8262095
- Sagrada Familia P. Dandan St. Tel. -
- House of Lourdes Quirino Ave. Tel. (632) 8290175
- St. Joseph chapel
- St. Andrew's church
- Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel
- Parañaque Community Hospital Quirino Ave. Tel. (632) 8254902
- Fidela Health Center Quirino Ave. Tel. -
- Ison Medical Clinic M.H. Del Pilar St. Tel. -
- Holy Child Medical Clinic P. Dandan St. Tel. (632) 8265559
- Macaraig Medical Clinic P. Dandan St. Tel. (632) 8202126
- Parañaque Development Foundation
- Catholic Women's League
- Parañaque Women's Club
- La Huerta Community Association
- Perpetualy Youth Organization
- La Huerta Credit Cooperative, Inc.
- Apostolado ng Panginoon
- Kaptiran Kristiyano
- Couples for Christ
- Singles for Christ
- WESTY (Worship Education Service Temporalities Youth of San Nicolas Chapel)
- Samahang Mandaragat K/B Inc.
- PALABA - Samahan ng Parañaque, Las Piñas at Bacoor
- Parañaque Seafoods Terminal
- Parañaque Fisherman's Cooperative Inc.
- Baclaran Fishermen's Cooperative
- La Huerta FARMC
- La Huerta Rice Dealer Association