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Lala is a vast plain within the Kapatagan Valley, consisting of 14,025 hectares. It is located about 14 kilometers from the municipality of Tubod, the seat of the Provincial Government and 67.5 kilometers southwest if Iligan City, the industrial city of the south. It is geographically bounded on the northwest by Panguil Bay, on the northeast by the municipality of Baroy, on the south by the municipality of Kapatagan and on the southeast by the municipality of Salvador.
The municipality has no distinct season. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year with a mean monthly rainfall a minimun of 1.83 mm in December to a maximum of 3.15 in August.
Lala is politically subdivided into 27 barangays.
Its economy is agriculture and fishery based. It main crops are rice, corn and coconut. It likewise produced fishery products from marine fishing and fishpond operation in the Panguil Bay area. Barangay Maranding in Lala is also one of the highly urbanized barangays in Mindanao. It is the home of the three (3) colleges in the municipality. The barangay also has one commercial bank and a couple of rural banks. Lala is also the richest municipality in Lanao del Norte in terms of income.