Originally, the town of Infanta was a barrio of the Municipality of Sta. Cruz, Zambales. Infanta became a regular municipality by virtue of a Superior Decree issued by the Spanish government on October 4, 1876.
Since the town was the offspring of the Municipality of Sta. Cruz, it was named Infanta meaning “young”.
MAYOR: MARVIN M. MARTINEZ
VICE MAYOR: VIRGILIO F. VALLARTA
LAND AREA: 25,429 hectares
NO. OF BARANGAYS: 13
CLASSIFICATION: 3rd class
TOWN FIESTA: Fest of St. John April 29-30
INDUSTRIES: farming, fishing, salt making
POINTS OF INTEREST: Beaches of Infanta, Salt Farms