Barangay Sto. Domingo was formerly a 2.5312 SQ.KM. Of agricultural land planted with Sugarcane, Palay and corn and was scarcely populated. However, during World War II, Due to the Critical Condition in some parts of Pampanga, Migration in Sto. Domingo increased because people from other parts of Angeles and other places of Pampnga moved in the place for safety. The place was named after the Sto. Domingo De Guzman, A Patron Saint believed to have shown a miracle to the Couple (THE DE GUZMAN) who brought his image with them when they migrated to the place, have asked him for help during the war.
From a Vast Agricultural Land, This Barangay was subdivided into eight (8) Puroks to facilitate effective Administration and some parts were converted into Subdivitions namely: San Angelo Subdivition Purok 1and 2, Sto. Rosario, St. from Angeles City – City of San Fernando boundary to Carmelite Monastery Purok 3, Villa Angela Subd. Purok 4, L & S Subd. Purok 5, Villa Leoncia Purok 6, Villa Dolores Subd. Purok 7, and the youngest of which is Palmera Homes Subd. Purok 8.
Apart from the various subdivition, notable Land Mark of this Barangay include the followings: HEADQUARTER OF THE PHILIPPINES NATIONAL POLICE (PNP) NOW CAMP. Tomas Pepito, The Boy scouts and girl scouts headquarters, The Carmelite Monastery, now one of the tourist destinations in the place, the gate of Angeles City from the (WELCOME SIGN). The latest Additional to these Land Marks are the Sto. Domingo Rotonda along McArthur Hi-way with its beautiful Landscape and light post constructed on the last part of 2008 and was inaugurated on December 18, 2008, The “ONE-OF-A-KIND” Medical Facilities and most Modern Units of Equipments. The Center was inaugurated and became operative sometime on December 2009 and this year the ME-KALINGA was inaugurated July 13, 2012 and became operative for Minor operation.
To this time the Barangay is Booming in terms of increasing Business Establishment such as a growing number of banks, Gasoline Stations, Drug Store, Jollibee Food Chain, The Nation-Wide 7-11 Convenience Store and the Super 8 Grocery Warehouse, among others of the 33 Barangays in Angeles City, Barangay Sto. Domingo is the 5th largest in terms of population with 16,570 people as of August 2007 with a projected increase to 18,376 by the year 2011. (*SOURCE NSO STATISTICS).
As of 2012 Cadastral Survey the barangay Sto. Domingo had the of 2,680,624 square meter or 268,062.4 hectares.
- Total Population — 15,651
- Households — 3,830
- Schools (Public / Private) :
- Public School :
- Sto. Domingo Integrated School
- Leoncia Village Elementary School
- Private School :
- Steddar Montessori
- CCEMI school
- Chevalier School
- Hand Prints School
- Health Service Centers :
- Total Land Area — 253.12 Hectares Subdivided into 8 Puroks
- Punong Barangay Hon. Angelito L. Caparas
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Oliver C. Chaneco
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Jhossein R. Cura
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Jose B. Liscano Jr.
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Joel M. Balingit
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Juanito C. Nucum
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Alvin R. Manalastas
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Nardo C. Dela Cruz
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Enrico D. Evangelista Jr.
- Brgy. Councilor Hon. Rolando M. Arcilla
- Administrative Assistant Mr. Edgar Q. Alfonso
Barangay Hall Staft
- Barangay Record Keeper Mr. Romanito G. Yusi Jr.
- Administrative Clerk Ms. Kristine L. Arquillo
- Administrative Clerk Mrs. Nesly S. Balisi
- Expediter/Business Inspector Mr. Edwin G. Pineda
- Business Inspector Mr. Robert Q. De Jesus
- Business Inspector Mr. Joseph R. Reyes
- Barangay Health Worker Janice L. Canlas
- Barangay Service Point Officer Tita Z. Colis
- Barangay Service Point Officer Alicia A. Bartolo
- Barangay Nutrition Scholar Josephine b. De Guzman
- Nino Jesus D. De Guzman