The early inhabitants of Subic were the Negritos of Zambales (more popularly known as Aetas). At the end of the Pleistocene, seafarers from the Malay Peninsula of the Asian mainland sailed to the Southeast Asian islands, establishing pockets of population. The Malays were the first migrants to reach Zambales and drove the Negrito aborigines from the plains and valleys to the mountains. They found themselves at the western coastal plain of Luzon between Subic Bay and Lingayen Gulf.
Subic as a highly urbanized municipality that is competitive in agriculture, industry, and eco-tourism, anchored on sustainable development where the citizenry enjoys an improved quality of life under a politically stable community
To strengthen the capability and capacity of Subic internal organization to provide optimum community services to be competitive in all sectors of development areas.