According to the old residents, the name of this community came from the ruler of Dumagat Tribe by the name of Rajah Baltic, this place was called Baltic in his honor. Till later on, it was known as Paltic. The place is located at the eastern part of the town occupying an area of 941 hectares. It was bounded on the north by brgy. Dikapanikian, East, Pacific Ocean, South is Dingalan Bay & West by Brgy. Aplaya, Davildavilan, & Poblacion.
Population / Education
As of Census 2010 the total population of Paltic is 5,029. There are two schools in Brgy. Paltic catering elementary & secondary school. Saint Patricks Academy, a private secondary being managed of carmelites.
Fishing is the main source of livelihood of the people in this barangay, while upland farming supplement the economic activities of the residents.
Barangay Officials as of 2010-2013:
|Name || Position|
|Luis A. Borreo||Brgy. Captain|
|Carlos S. Cajucom||Kagawad|
|Paterno T. Sagarino||Kagawad|
|Warlito A. Pujeda||Kagawad|
|Lerma C. Bautista||Kagawad|
|Apolonio H. de Guzman||Kagawad|
|Eduardo R. Bolaños||Kagawad|
|Edgardo J. Belgar||Kagawad|
|Jerome S. Romantico||SK Chairman|
|Helen S. Ladrido||Treasurer
|Norma C. Manalang||Secretary