Aguilar is a town in the Philippine province of Pangasinan. To the south it borders the province of Zambales. In 2010, she counted 39 529 inhabitants. Aguilar was founded in 1806 and is traversed by the Agno River. The terrain is very flat in the valley and rises towards the west to the mountains slowly.
Aguilar is divided into the following 16 barangays:
- Bocboc East
- Bocboc West
- San Jose
Cities: Alaminos | Dagupan | San Carlos City | Urdaneta
Communities: Agno | Aguilar | Alcala | Anda | Asingan | Balungao | Bani | Basista | Bautista | Bayambang | Binalonan | Binmaley | Bolinao | Bugallon | Burgos | Calasiao | Dasol | Infanta | Labrador | Laoac | Lingayen | Mabini | Malasiqui | Manaoag | Mangaldan | Mangatarem | Mapandan | Natividad | Pozzorubio | Rosales | San Fabian | San Jacinto | San Manuel | San Nicolas | San Quintin | Santa Barbara | Santa Maria | Santo Tomas | Sison | Sual | Tayug | Umingan | Urbiztondo | Villasis
- Location in the Philippines