Solid waste management remains the most pressing urban environmental challenge in the country. The study was conducted to determine the household’s solid waste generation and disposal practices. Quantitative non-experimental design using descriptive correlation method was utilized in this study. This study concluded that there is no significant relationship on solid waste generation and disposal practices in terms of environmental attitudes, hazardous waste, attitudes and perceptions and willingness to pay. However, this study also concluded that there is a significant relationship on household solid waste generation and disposal practices in terms of composting, sanitary landfills, recycling and incineration. Moreover, the findings of this study concluded that solid waste generation has a high significant relationship to disposal practices. Finally, environmental attitudes and hazardous waste were found to be significant relationship to disposal practices. It was recommended that solid waste generation and disposal practices must be decided on the proper method in order to become more effective are in responding to the waste production problem of the barangay at the same time they minimize to throwing their garbage because of its big harmful effects on the environment.