The West Valley Fault Line in Cavite is the same fault line that courses through Laguna. The boundary between two provinces is not formed by a straight line – that is the reason why we have to make a separate article for Cavite to provide precise information.
The West Valley Fault Line in Cavite starts in San Jose, General Mariano Alvarez which is just a stone throw away from Stonecrest in San Pedro, Laguna and Juana Complex 3 in Biñan, Laguna as mentioned in our Part 9.
The fault line starts at the old Carmona PNR station near the San Vicente River then runs south in Barangay San Jose, GMA coursing through mostly public and religious infrastructures – the public market in San Jose Road, Iglesia ni Kristo, Evangelical Fellowship Chuch, San Jose Mangagawan Catholic Church, Maranatha Community of Praise and Ministry, and MMIM GMA Chapter. The Mormon Church complex is reached by the other fault line coming from Juana 3.
The Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club is somewhat spared but not scientifically proven yet. A small fault line was recorded along San Lazaro Drive between Governor’s Drive and Carmona River in Mabuhay, Carmona, Cavite.
Several fault lines were discovered downhill at the Canyon Grand Residence at the San Lazaro Drive and outside Carmona Estates in Lantic as it course along the Carmona River southwards. It is located at the boundary between Silang, Cavite and Biñan, Biñan, Laguna where DLSU Science and Technology Complex stands.
The West Valley Fault Line in Cavite is formed at the northern part of South Forbes Golf City and crosses San Miguel Wedgewoods; inlcluding St. Scholoastica’s College, South Forbes City College, southern portion of South Boulevard Commercial area, Standford Suites, Miami Villas in Inchican, Silang, Cavite, until it crosses Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay Road at Santo Domingo town back at Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
A new fault line is recorded in Casile, Cabuyao between Adventist University of the Philippines and Canlubang Golf and Country Club. It passes through the western side of the Golf Club until it reaches Mabato in Calamba.
This ends our Ten-Part Series on the West Valley Fault Line based on the West Valley Fault System Atlas in Greater Metro Manila Area released by Philippine Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS).