Silay City possesses the focal part of Negros Occidental. It is 14 kilometers north of Bacolod City, the area's capital. Its northern and southern limits are isolated by the Municipality of E.B. Magalona and the City of Talisay individually while its eastern limit is isolated by Mount Mandalagan mountain ranges and the western limit is characterized by Guimaras Strait. Silay is described by a wide plain landscape of around seven kilometers in width beginning from its coastline along Barangays Guinhalaran, Mambulac, Lantad and Balaring and stretching out inland to around a quarter century. Past this point of confinement are arrangement of tough slopes and mountain ranges covering Barangays Capitan Ramon, Guimbala-on and Patag. Three noteworthy waterways in particular Malogo, Malisbog and Imbang with a few tributaries confuse the whole territory of Silay making it helpful for harvest generation.