Ayala Alabang Village
Â An official bird sanctuary, Ayala Alabang Village has more than 60 known species of resident, migrant, or migratory birds that have found their homes in more than 9,000 full-grown trees spread all over the village.It is also home to an estimated population of 27,000 residents, occupying 4,283 homes (as of February 2008) while 90 new homes are under construction.The village has a built-up capacity of close to 5,500 homes.It is self-sufficient in water coming from several deep wells and water reservoirs, and has its own Sewerage Treatment Plant.
Divided into seven (7) districts, Ayala
Alabang Village has three main gates all located along Commerce Avenue,
namely the Acacia, Madrigal Gate, and Mindanao Gate.With 30% of the village devoted to roads and parks,
Â In addition to basic electricity, telephone, and cable, the village continues to extend and upgrade the services to its residents by providing direct satellite link (DSL) connections, a fully equipped clinic (24/7 basis), fire trucks, ambulance service, a community channel, a public transportation system, full security (24/7), in addition to other services.There areat least nine (9) institutions of learning within the village walls, and a very active parish.Barangay Ayala Alabang also holds office inside the village.
Â Â The Ayala Ayala Alabang Village Association works hand in hand with Barangay Ayala Alabang and the Parish of St. James the Great to ensure that all homeowners/residents/tenants find the peace of mind, tranquility, and community spirit they all seek within this village.Needless to say we are a happy AAV â€“A B C (Association â€“ Barangay â€“ Church ) Community.