San Isidro is one of the 5 big Barangays of Taytay Rizal. It has a total land area of 442 hectares with a total population of 33,897 based on NSO census last 2003. It has several sitios / puroks numbering about eleven with only three of them categorized as depressed areas.
Since the primary objective of Barangay San Isidro is to maintain a "Clean and Healthy Community". In addition to basic services delivered, Barangay San Isidro has provided garbage trucks which is task to collect and dispose garbage to preserve the cleanliness thereby eliminating possible health hazards.
To Maintain a peaceful community it put-up Barangay Partol Vehicle to conduct a routine patrolling within the area jurisdiction.
Barangay Health Volunteers were also contracted to assist the delivery of basic Health services.
Towards this end, Barangay San Isidro has become an idea place to live in.
The perimeter fence of these houses were made of wood or bamboo wherein they use kakawate tree to strengthen the posts of the fence which also controls the erosion of the soil to the streams. The forest was full of different kinds of trees which could be used in building up houses, kawayan buho, bukawe at kugon which could be used as roof and vines used as ropes.
The heart of San Isidro also features big houses designed from the Spanish-American style which could be seen until the present times. The street and pathways were wide and were concreted which we could say the center of civilization from the towns of Jala-jala going down, Teresa, Antipolo and Cainta. Along the busy road were a aligned with restaurants, "pansitan ng intsik", pharmacies, tailoring shops, hardware stores, lumber yards, Caltex and also the movie house "cinema" wherein attracts neighboring towns. There were a lot of shoe shine boys in every corner, juke-box in every store / restaurant., pin balls, and also jackpot games. The historic picture of the past seemed gone, however, the richness of the past remains in the heart of the peace loving people of this community that is why it is noted as the "Bukod kang Pinagpala" (most blessed here on earth)