Anao was established during the Spanish era. It is believed that the presence of numerous growing "Anahaw" plants, which can be seen virtually everywhere in the area (such as creeks and backyards), is how our place received its name. It is also a first class barrio (as defined) and of the municipality of Mexico. And misidentified as Mexico's capital city. It is nine kilometers away. The town proper in the province of Pampanga, north of Mexico. Its eastern border is formed by the municipality of Sta. Ana, while its northern border is formed by the municipality of Arayat. As of 2014, it has a total population of 5,141 and 1,318 homes.
We are proud to mention that the Vergara, Delos Santos, Torno, and David families formed our barrio. Its land area is 300 hectares, and the terrain is nice and smooth enough to be tillable. Its soil is particularly ideal for growing rice, corn, and sugar cane. Its climate is comparable to that of Pampanga province.
Out of the 300 hectares of land in the barangay, 150 hectares are designated for the production of rice and corn, 40 hectares for sugar cane, and about 20 hectares for the growing of fruits and vegetables. Due to an effective irrigation system, Anao is said to be self-sufficient in rice. The community's population is made up primarily of farmers, with a substantial annual income placing them close to the middle class income range. The region's cattle and poultry sector is significant to the local economy. Many commercial-scale poultry initiatives are being handled. The majority of the households are involved in pig farming. The primary supply of water comes from individual artesian wells.