|Region||Cagayan Valley (Region 2)||Barangay||30|
|Province||Nueva Vizcaya||Land Area||31, 980 hectares|
|Classification||4th class||Total Population||33, 379 (NSO, 2010)|
|Zip Code||3703||Products||Citrus, vegetables|
|Town Fiesta||Puguan Festival
|Patronal Fiesta||St. Patrick of Ireland
Long before the opening of the irregular municipal district of Kasibu, there was a school and a constabulary detachment for the Ilongots (now officially called Bukalots). There were many semi-wild Ilongots roaming in the region which necessitated the establishment of a kind of government to administer the place.
For this reason, the provincial board during Governor Catańeda’s time requested the Governor-general to authorize the establishment of this place as an irregular municipal district to be supervised and administered by the provincial governor. So, in 1925, the Governor-General issued an Executive Order for the organization of this place to be known as the municipal district of Kasibu.