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Mangilao, Guam

Location of Mangilao within the Territory of Guam.
Location of Mangilao within the Territory of Guam.
Country United States
Territory Guam
 • Mayor Nonito "Nito" C. Blas (R)
 • Vice Mayor Allan R.G. Ungacta (R)
Population (2010)[1]
 • Total 15,191
Time zone ChST (UTC+10)

Mangilao is a village on the eastern shore of the United States territory of Guam. The village's population has increased slightly following the island's 2000 census.[2]

Cliffs lie along much of the village's shoreline providing dramatic views, but few of Mangilao's beaches are available for recreational uses. The island's main prison is in Mangilao.

In the far northeastern part of Mangilao's municipal boundary is a community known as Latte Heights, which is much closer to central Dededo than the main village of Mangilao.

Government and infrastructure

The Guam Department of Corrections (DEPCOR) operates the Adult Correctional Facility (ACF), the Community Corrections Center (C3), and the Women's Facility in Mangilao.[3]

The Guam Department of Youth Affairs has its headquarters in Mangilao.[4] The Guam Youth Correctional Facility, operated by the department, is in Mangilao.[5]

The Guam Department of Agriculture has its headquarters in Mangilao.[6]

The Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services has its headquarters in Mangilao.[7]


The University of Guam, Guam Community College, and Pacific Islands University are in the village.

The [9]

A Roman Catholic high school, Father Dueñas Memorial School, is in Mangilao.[10] In addition, the Japanese School of Guam is in Mangilao.[11]

Mayor of Mangilao


  • Nicolas D. Francisco (1973–1988)
  • Nonito C. Blas (1988–present)

Vice Mayor

  • Allan R.G. Ungacta (2009–present)

See also


  1. ^ a b 2010 Guam Statistical Yearbook PDF (4.3 MB), (rev. 2011)
  2. ^ Therese Hart, "Population slightly up, latest census says," Marianas Variety, August 26, 2011
  3. ^ "Prison Security." Guam Department of Corrections. Retrieved on May 19, 2010.
  4. ^ "A CASE STUDY OF DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS A REPORT TO OUR CITIZENS." Guam Department of Youth Affairs. Retrieved on October 12, 2010. "Site Address: #169 San Isidro St. Mangilao Guam 96923."
  5. ^ "Mangilao Area Map." Pacific Daily News. Retrieved on October 12, 2010.
  6. ^ "Contact Us." Guam Department of Agriculture. Retrieved on October 21, 2010. "163 Dairy Road Mangilao, Guam 96913."
  7. ^ "Contact Us." Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services. Retrieved on October 26, 2010. "Mailing Address: Mailing Address Department of Public Health and Social Services 123 Chalan Kareta, Mangilao, Guam 96913-6304."
  8. ^ [1]
  9. ^ "Guam's Public High Schools." Guam Public School System. Accessed September 8, 2008.
  10. ^ "Welcome." Father Dueñas Memorial School. Retrieved on October 25, 2010. "Mailing Address: 176 Duenas Ln Mangilao 96913."
  11. ^ "Top." Japanese School of Guam. Retrieved on January 10, 2012. "170 TERAO ST. MANGILAO GUAM 96913"

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