The physical resources of Passi consists of relatively good soil types along rolling hills and narrow valley plains with substantial surface and ground water, with no distinct dry and wet season which is suitable for a wide range of agricultural products like rice, sugarcane, and pineapple. When the sugar industry experience a slump due to falling sugar prices and quotas in the world market, farmers diversified into other agricultural products like corn, pineapple, mongo, root crops, and other farm- based products. The City has investment potentials for Agri- Industrial developments.
Passi is a 3rd class component city with this year’s annual income of P300, 860,719-General Income, P26,732,922-Special Educational Fund, P37,287,853-Trust Fund, with a total current operating income of P364,881,424 . It is composed of 51 barangays. With 13 urban barangays and 38 rural barangays. It has a total land area of 25,139.13 hectares with a total population of 82,869 residents. Total labor force is 54,380 or 63% of the total population.
Road systems is classified into national, provincial, functionally arterial and City and barangay roads. Most city roads are concreted while national road concreting is 99.8% complete. Inter- city travel is serviced by tricycle and passenger jeepneys. Public utility buses, which include air- conditioned utility vans, are available every 15 minutes for conveyance to and from the City of