1. Roads. The municipality has a total of 240.67 kilometers of roads. This network comprises 46.44 kms. of provincial roads, 16.15 municipal roads and 178.07 barangay roads. There are about 0.67 kms. per sq. kms. of total land area which only indicate that the municipality has a very good road density. There is no classified national road in the municipality. However, there is a proposal to convert about 43 kms. of San Jose-Mayantoc-San Clemente provincial road to a national road. This section starts from barangay Bigbiga and run along barangays Pitombayog, Mamonit, Pob. Sur, Cub-cub, all the way to San Jose-boundary of Camiling. The municipality feels that this proposed road will bolster the economic development in the municipality.
  2. Bridges. As to the number of existing bridges in the municipality, there are a total of 18. Half of these are classified permanent while the rest are temporary. Those considered temporary are being proposed for replacement. 
  3. Communication Facilities. With regard to communication facilities/services available within the municipality, landline system was just recently installed within the municipality although only the urban areas are provided and are enjoying the service. The presence of GLOBE, SMART and SUN Cellular Transmissions in the municipality provides the rest of the constituents an easy access to communication through the use of cellular/mobile phones. The municipality has its own postal and telegraph stations being maintained by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PPC) and Telecommunications Office (TELOF) of the DOTC, respectively. The former has three personnel that cater to the mail deliveries in the municipality. 
  4. Electrification. As to power or electrification, all of the 24 barangays are already provided with the system facility. The Tarlac Electric Cooperative (TARELCO) manages power distribution in the municipality. 
  5. Water Supply. Domestic water supply of the municipality particularly in the rural areas is generally provided by level I (shallow well or deep well) while the urban areas are usually provided by level II and III (water district). Mayantoc has its own water district being managed by the Mayantoc Water District.