"We visualize Quezon, Bukidnon as an agri-based industrialized municipality of God-loving and self-reliant people, enjoying a full-life in an ecologically balanced environment and atmosphere of peace, unity, equity and justice."
"To uplift the living condition of the people thru Local Autonomy, delivery of basic services, provision of infrastructure facilities and utilities, development and conservation of natural resources, adoption of modern agro-industrial technologies, increase agricultural productivity, investment and marketing access, promotion of tourism and preservation of cultural values."
Quezon is a 1st class municipality in the Province of Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines. According to the Population Commission 2007 census data, it has a Population density of 91,119 people and 15,882 households.
History / Origin of the Name :
The original name of the municipality per Executive Order No. 199 dated November 18, 1965 was Upper Pulangui, in which the appointed mayor was the late Mayor Crispin C. Bernadas.
On June 18, 1966, Republic Act No. 4802 was enacted by the House of Congress under the sponsorship of the then Congressman Cesar M. Fortich, which act was entitled “An Act Creating The Municipality Of Quezon in The Province of Bukidnon With The Seat of Government in The Present Site of Kiokong”.
On June 21, 1969, Repubulic Act 5961 was passed by the Philippine Congress, amending Republic Act 4802 “An Act Creating the Municipality of Quezon in the Province of Bukidnon” with the seat of government at Salawagan. This act however, was not implemented for on June 19, 1971, another Act – RA 6240 was passed transferring again the site from Salawagan to Kiokong.
Quezon is politically subdivided into 31 barangays.