TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Vision Statement                                                                                                                                i

 

Mission Statement                                                                                                                              i

 

Our Service Standard                                                                                                                         i

 

Our Service Pledge                                                                                                                             i

 

About the Legend of Aringay                                                                                                             ii

 

The Local Government Unit                                                                                                               iii

 

Our Services                                                                                                                                       iii

 

Business Services                                                                                                                                1

            Securing a Community Tax Certificate

            Business License Application (New/ Renewal)

            Tricycle Permits

            Securing Zoning Clearance for Business Permit

            Securing a Sanitary Permit (for Business)

            Retiring a Business License

            Issuance of Certification for Real Property Tax Payments

            Paying Real Property Taxes

            Franchising of Motorized Tricycle

 

Municipal Zoning Services                                                                                                                14

            Securing Locational Clearance for Conforming Use Projects

Securing Locational Clearance for Projects with the Following in Nature: (Non-Conforming Uses, Variances, Exceptions, Complaints and Opposition to Application)

Securing Zoning Classification for Land Use

Securing Certificate of Site Zoning Classification

 

Municipal Engineer’s Services                                                                                                                     24

            Securing Building Permits & Other Building-related Certificates & Permits

 

Municipal Assessor Services                                                                                                                          29

            Paying Real Property Taxes

            Transfer of Ownership of Real Property (Land/Building)

            Assessment of Buildings/ Ocular Inspection

            Request for Revision/ Re-assessment/ Correction of Assessment (land/building)

            Request for Cancellation of Assessments

            Request for Annotation of Loans/ Mortgages/ Bail bond/ Notice of Les Pendents

            Request for Cancellation of Loans/ Mortgages/ Bail bond/ Notice of Les Pendents

            Verification of Real Property Assessment/ Location/ Tax Declaration

            Request for Subdivision/ Consolidation of Real Property (land)

Issuance of Certified True Copy/ Xerox Copy of Tax Declaration/ PRF/ FAAS/ Tax Map/ TMCR

 

Market and Abattoir Services                                                                                                                             42

            Payment of Market Rentals

            Renewal of Lease Contract

            Issuance of Market Clearance for the Renewal of Business License

            Issuance of Certification as Registered Stallholders

            Calibration of Weighing Scale

            Slaughtering of Livestock and Issuance of Meat Inspection Certificate

 

Municipal Agriculture Services                                                                                                                     49

            Issuance of Livestock Health Certificate

            Technical Assistance

            Issuance of  FLET Clearance

 

Municipal Integrated Health Services                                                                                                            53

            Availing of Consultation at the Municipal Health Office

            Expanded Immunization Program

            Availing of Maternal Care Services

            Availing of Family Planning Services

            Availing of Dental Services

            TB and Leprosy Program

            Securing a Medical Certificate

            Securing a Sanitary Permit

            Availing of Nutrition Services

                                                                                                                                                                                    65

Municipal Population and Nutrition

            Attending Pre- Marriage Counseling Seminars

            Re-Supply of Family Planning Commodities

            Information, Education, & Supply Iodized Salt

            Availing of Population and Nutrition Services

 

Municipal Social Welfare Services                                                                                                           70

            Securing a Social Case Study Report

            Availing of Physical Restoration Assistance

            Welfare for Abused and Disadvantaged Women

             Availing of Care for Out of School Youth

            Availing of Disaster Relief Assistance

            Securing Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation Referral (AICS)

            Availing of Pre-Marriage Counseling

            Availing of Livelihood Project (Tindahan Natin/SEA)

            Availing of the Educational Program for Skilled Young Women

            Availing of day Care Services

 

Municipal Civil Registry Services                                                                                                                      80

Registration of Live Birth

Registration of Death

Application for Marriage License

Securing of Certified True Copy/ies of Birth, Death, Marriage Certificates and Other Civil Registry Documents Including Amendments or Any Modifications Thereof:

Registration of Court Decrees and Legal Instrument

 

Municipal Executive Services                                                                                                                                   91

            Securing Mayor’s Clearance and Certificate of Good Moral Character

            Securing Permit on All Advertising and Promotional Activities

            Securing Permit to Conduct Motorcade/ Parade or Procession

            Availing of Public Customer Assistance

            Using Government Facilities

 

Municipal Public Employment Services                                                                                                           98

            Securing Employment Referrals

 

Municipal Human Resources Management Services                                                                                     101

            Job Applications

            Application for Leave

Issuance of the Followings; (Service Record, Certificate of Employment, & Other Certifications)

 

Philippine National Police                                                                                                                                   106

            Availing Aringay Police Station Services

            How to Report an Incident

            How to File a Complaint

            Securing Police Clearance

 

Bureau of Fire Protection Services                                                                                                                 110

            Respond to Fire Alarms/ Emergency Calls (walk-in or call)

            Fire Arson Investigation

            Issuance of Fire Safety Inspection Certificate for Business Establishments

            Availing of Fire Safety Education

            Issuance of Recommendations for Building Permit

 

Complaints, Recommendation and Commendation                                                                               118

            Addressing complaints and or recommendation

            Commendation

 

Directory of Municipal Officials and Employees                                                                                     121

 

Customer Feedback Form                                                                                                                              130

 

 

 

Service Guide

 

Vision Statement

 

The Municipality of Aringay envisions a peaceful, prosperous Agri-industrial center of the Province of La Union, through a dynamic and unified God-loving and disciplined leadership and empowered participative4 citizenry towards the attainment of socio-economic development and ecologically balanced environment for a better place to live in.

 

 

Mission Statement

 

To ensure and sustain the emergence of people empowerment and socio-economic development through dynamic and honest leadership working with Aringayenos in the delivery of much needed services.

 

 

Our Service Standard

 

Our business is service.

 

We, officials and employees will extend superior service to clients and provide the community with positive solutions that will enhance the people’s way of life by extending the highest degree of service dedication and courtesy and respect to clients.

 

We undertake to constantly enhance our knowledge and impose on ourselves good attitude to our dealings to our client.

 

We will be open to criticisms, admit our mistakes and offer a full apology in order to abide by our commitment of superior service.

 

 

Our Service Pledge

 

          We, the officials and employees of the Municipal Government of Aringay, pledge and commit to deliver quality public services, specifically:

            Serve you from Monday to Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

            Be prompt and timely.

            Be polite and courteous.

            Wear proper identification.

            Assist you the best way we can extend.

 

About the Legend of Aringay

 

          In the beginning, the early 16th, century, the town was made up of two settlements, one south of the river, and another settlement north of the river. These two settlements had their own Headman or “cabeza”. It is told that in the south, there was a young woman by the name ARING who was the daughter of the Headman. And in the north was a young man named AYONG (Larry in modern times) who was the son also of a Headman.

 

            There was no courtship during those times. But it happened one day that Ayong saw the beautiful daughter of the Headman of the south while the young woman was taking a bath in the river. In a short time by means of messengers, the two got acquainted during a feast celebrated in the South. And the two were smitten with love.

 

            The two lovers secretly met at dusk in the river, each riding his or her boat. Their meetings had to be secret because their respective parents did not see eye to eye on certain matters pertaining to their respective settlements and people. And one day, Aring and Ayong agreed to rendezvous at the river bend east o their settlements at the next New Moon, to plan their elopement and marriage.

 

            And so at dusk on that fateful day, although the weather seemed not to be in their favor, Aring and Ayong took to their respective little boats and slowly paddled upstream to the bend of the river. Soon darkness fell, but the lovers, enjoying each other’s company did not mind the shower that was to turn into rain. In a short time, the rain fell in torrents and they decided to return home.

 

            Just as Aring was turning south towards their house and Ayong bidding her loved one goodbye and goodnight, the swelling headwaters  as came rushing and turned Aring’s boat upside down causing Aring to jump into the swollen water. Ayong saw her, but was unable to do anything but to shout “ARING- AY- ARING”. And then, Ayong jumped into the water to save Aring. He brought Aring to her house just as the people along the river bank came out of their houses to find out what happened.

 

            The headman of the south came out to witness the happy event. To the shouts of his own and grateful people, the Headman announced that now he was giving his permission to his daughter to become the wife of Ayong and that preparations will start for the forthcoming feast.

 

            Sensing that there was something unusual happening in the South settlement, the Headman of the North and his men crossed the river to find out what was the matter. And as soon as he reached ashore, he was met by the Headman of the South together with Arign and Ayong. The story of how Ayong saved Aring from certain death due to the swollen river overjoyed him and then and there announced to all the people that he too was giving permission for his son to marry Aring. And the two Headmen agreed to join their settlements to become one to be called ARINGAY in honor of their children.

 

 

The Local Government Unit

 

            The Local Government Unit encompasses the political and administrative structure of Municipal Governments in general, and of Aringay in particular, the functions and duties of the various departments and local government officials have inter-governmental relations of with the National Government, the Provincial Government of La Union and with the twenty-four (24) Barangays under its jurisdiction.

 

Our Services

 

Mayor’s Office

Functional Statement

  1. Exercises general supervision and control over all programs, projects, services and activities of the municipal government.
  2. Initiate and maximize the generation of resources and revenues.
  3. Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the governance of the municipality.
  4. Ensure the delivery of basic services to the people.

 

Sangguniang Bayan Office

Functional Statement

  1. Approve ordinances and pass resolutions for efficient and effective municipal government.
  2. Generate and maximize the use of sources and revenues for the development plans, programs, objectives and priorities of the government.
  3. Enact ordinances to generate funds for the financing of various government affairs and projects.

 

Human Resources Management Office

Functional Statement

  1. To administer a sound recruitment and selection system within the organization.
  2. To undertake a comprehensive implementation of personnel services.
  3. To undertake the information technology services for the local government and the community.

 

Office of the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator

Functional Statement

  1. To formulate integrated economic, social, physical and other development plans and policies for consideration of the local development council
  2. To transmit to the Civil registrar General all duplicate copies of civil registry documents.
  3. To coordinate with the National Statistics Office in conducting educational campaign for vital registration and assist in the demographic and other statistics.
  4. To issue copies of registry documents upon request of any person and upon payment of corresponding fees.

 

Municipal Budget Office

Functional Statement

  1. To prepare annual/ supplemental budgets of the municipality to be submitted to proper authorities fro approval.
  2. To evaluate allotment requests and prepare corresponding recommendations.
  3. To monitor projects funded by the National Government.
  4. Assist the Barangay Officials in the preparation of the budget.

 

Accounting Office

Functional Statement

  1. Install and maintain an internal audit system in the local government unit.
  2. Certify to the availability of budgetary allotment to which expenditures and obligations may be properly charged.
  3. Auditing of Barangay Accounts.

 

Treasury Office

Functional Statement

  1. Collection of taxes and all revenues due to the municipal government.
  2. Maintain an accurate and systematic set of records of all financial transactions.
  3. Maintain an up-date the tax information system of the Local Government Unit.
  4. Inspect private commercial and industrial establishment within the municipality.
  5. Take custody of cash, exercise proper management and disbursement of all funds of the municipality.

 

Assessor’s Office

Functional Statement

  1. Establish a systematic method of real property assessment.
  2. Install and maintain real property identification and accounting system.
  3. Issue upon receipts of any interested party certified true copies of assessment records of real property and all pertinent papers.
  4. Issuance of real property tax order forms.

 

Health Office

Functional Statement

  1. Provide quality health care.

 

Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office

Functional Statement

 

1.To provide care, protection and rehabilitation of that segment of the country’s population which has the least in life and in need of social welfare assistance and social work intervention to restore their moral functioning and participate in community affairs.

 

Agriculture Office

Functional Statement

  1. To provide the public goods and services that will support and facilitate the efforts of small farming and fishing families to attain sustainable productivity and increase their real income.
  2. To advocate an economic environment which will increase incentives for agriculture enterprises to a level at least commensurate with the rest of the economy and to promote the efficient allocations and optimum utilization of scarce resources, consistent with the principle of equitable sustainable development.
  3. To help direct more public investments to hasten the provision of badly needed infrastructure and services supportive of the agro-industrial development in the rural areas.

 

Engineering

Functional Statement

  1. Initiate, review and recommend changes in policies, objectives, plans and programs and procedures infrastructures development projects of the municipality.
  2. Provide engineering services to the Local Government Unit.
  3. Assessment of the infrastructure and issue building permit.
  4. Management of municipal dumpsite.
  5. Supervision of municipal equipment.

 

Market

Functional Statement

  1. To adopt measures to improve and maximize the proper collection of market fees and stall rentals.
  2. To formulate a plan to effect the proper collection and disposal of garbage.
  3. To improve the delivery of services to the buying public.

 

Slaughterhouse

Functional Statement

  1. Proper Hygienic Management of slaughter-house.

 

Cemetery

Functional Statement

  1. To provide proper burial spaces to dead persons.
  2. To adopt measures that will enhance the safety and cleanliness of tombs inside the municipal cemetery.

 

 

Service Guide

 

Vision Statement

 

The Municipality of Aringay envisions a peaceful, prosperous Agri-industrial center of the Province of La Union, through a dynamic and unified God-loving and disciplined leadership and empowered participative4 citizenry towards the attainment of socio-economic development and ecologically balanced environment for a better place to live in.

 

 

Mission Statement

 

To ensure and sustain the emergence of people empowerment and socio-economic development through dynamic and honest leadership working with Aringayenos in the delivery of much needed services.

 

 

Our Service Standard

 

Our business is service.

 

We, officials and employees will extend superior service to clients and provide the community with positive solutions that will enhance the people’s way of life by extending the highest degree of service dedication and courtesy and respect to clients.

 

We undertake to constantly enhance our knowledge and impose on ourselves good attitude to our dealings to our client.

 

We will be open to criticisms, admit our mistakes and offer a full apology in order to abide by our commitment of superior service.

 

 

Our Service Pledge

 

          We, the officials and employees of the Municipal Government of Aringay, pledge and commit to deliver quality public services, specifically:

            Serve you from Monday to Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

            Be prompt and timely.

            Be polite and courteous.

            Wear proper identification.

            Assist you the best way we can extend.

 

About the Legend of Aringay

 

          In the beginning, the early 16th, century, the town was made up of two settlements, one south of the river, and another settlement north of the river. These two settlements had their own Headman or “cabeza”. It is told that in the south, there was a young woman by the name ARING who was the daughter of the Headman. And in the north was a young man named AYONG (Larry in modern times) who was the son also of a Headman.

 

            There was no courtship during those times. But it happened one day that Ayong saw the beautiful daughter of the Headman of the south while the young woman was taking a bath in the river. In a short time by means of messengers, the two got acquainted during a feast celebrated in the South. And the two were smitten with love.

 

            The two lovers secretly met at dusk in the river, each riding his or her boat. Their meetings had to be secret because their respective parents did not see eye to eye on certain matters pertaining to their respective settlements and people. And one day, Aring and Ayong agreed to rendezvous at the river bend east o their settlements at the next New Moon, to plan their elopement and marriage.

 

            And so at dusk on that fateful day, although the weather seemed not to be in their favor, Aring and Ayong took to their respective little boats and slowly paddled upstream to the bend of the river. Soon darkness fell, but the lovers, enjoying each other’s company did not mind the shower that was to turn into rain. In a short time, the rain fell in torrents and they decided to return home.

 

            Just as Aring was turning south towards their house and Ayong bidding her loved one goodbye and goodnight, the swelling headwaters  as came rushing and turned Aring’s boat upside down causing Aring to jump into the swollen water. Ayong saw her, but was unable to do anything but to shout “ARING- AY- ARING”. And then, Ayong jumped into the water to save Aring. He brought Aring to her house just as the people along the river bank came out of their houses to find out what happened.

 

            The headman of the south came out to witness the happy event. To the shouts of his own and grateful people, the Headman announced that now he was giving his permission to his daughter to become the wife of Ayong and that preparations will start for the forthcoming feast.

 

            Sensing that there was something unusual happening in the South settlement, the Headman of the North and his men crossed the river to find out what was the matter. And as soon as he reached ashore, he was met by the Headman of the South together with Arign and Ayong. The story of how Ayong saved Aring from certain death due to the swollen river overjoyed him and then and there announced to all the people that he too was giving permission for his son to marry Aring. And the two Headmen agreed to join their settlements to become one to be called ARINGAY in honor of their children.

 

 

The Local Government Unit

 

            The Local Government Unit encompasses the political and administrative structure of Municipal Governments in general, and of Aringay in particular, the functions and duties of the various departments and local government officials have inter-governmental relations of with the National Government, the Provincial Government of La Union and with the twenty-four (24) Barangays under its jurisdiction.

 

Our Services

 

Mayor’s Office

Functional Statement

  1. Exercises general supervision and control over all programs, projects, services and activities of the municipal government.
  2. Initiate and maximize the generation of resources and revenues.
  3. Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the governance of the municipality.
  4. Ensure the delivery of basic services to the people.

 

Sangguniang Bayan Office

Functional Statement

  1. Approve ordinances and pass resolutions for efficient and effective municipal government.
  2. Generate and maximize the use of sources and revenues for the development plans, programs, objectives and priorities of the government.
  3. Enact ordinances to generate funds for the financing of various government affairs and projects.

 

Human Resources Management Office

Functional Statement

  1. To administer a sound recruitment and selection system within the organization.
  2. To undertake a comprehensive implementation of personnel services.
  3. To undertake the information technology services for the local government and the community.

 

Office of the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator

Functional Statement

  1. To formulate integrated economic, social, physical and other development plans and policies for consideration of the local development council
  2. To transmit to the Civil registrar General all duplicate copies of civil registry documents.
  3. To coordinate with the National Statistics Office in conducting educational campaign for vital registration and assist in the demographic and other statistics.
  4. To issue copies of registry documents upon request of any person and upon payment of corresponding fees.

 

Municipal Budget Office

Functional Statement

  1. To prepare annual/ supplemental budgets of the municipality to be submitted to proper authorities fro approval.
  2. To evaluate allotment requests and prepare corresponding recommendations.
  3. To monitor projects funded by the National Government.
  4. Assist the Barangay Officials in the preparation of the budget.

 

Accounting Office

Functional Statement

  1. Install and maintain an internal audit system in the local government unit.
  2. Certify to the availability of budgetary allotment to which expenditures and obligations may be properly charged.
  3. Auditing of Barangay Accounts.

 

Treasury Office

Functional Statement

  1. Collection of taxes and all revenues due to the municipal government.
  2. Maintain an accurate and systematic set of records of all financial transactions.
  3. Maintain an up-date the tax information system of the Local Government Unit.
  4. Inspect private commercial and industrial establishment within the municipality.
  5. Take custody of cash, exercise proper management and disbursement of all funds of the municipality.

 

Assessor’s Office

Functional Statement

  1. Establish a systematic method of real property assessment.
  2. Install and maintain real property identification and accounting system.
  3. Issue upon receipts of any interested party certified true copies of assessment records of real property and all pertinent papers.
  4. Issuance of real property tax order forms.

 

Health Office

Functional Statement

  1. Provide quality health care.

 

Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office

Functional Statement

 

1.To provide care, protection and rehabilitation of that segment of the country’s population which has the least in life and in need of social welfare assistance and social work intervention to restore their moral functioning and participate in community affairs.

 

Agriculture Office

Functional Statement

  1. To provide the public goods and services that will support and facilitate the efforts of small farming and fishing families to attain sustainable productivity and increase their real income.
  2. To advocate an economic environment which will increase incentives for agriculture enterprises to a level at least commensurate with the rest of the economy and to promote the efficient allocations and optimum utilization of scarce resources, consistent with the principle of equitable sustainable development.
  3. To help direct more public investments to hasten the provision of badly needed infrastructure and services supportive of the agro-industrial development in the rural areas.

 

Engineering

Functional Statement

  1. Initiate, review and recommend changes in policies, objectives, plans and programs and procedures infrastructures development projects of the municipality.
  2. Provide engineering services to the Local Government Unit.
  3. Assessment of the infrastructure and issue building permit.
  4. Management of municipal dumpsite.
  5. Supervision of municipal equipment.

 

Market

Functional Statement

  1. To adopt measures to improve and maximize the proper collection of market fees and stall rentals.
  2. To formulate a plan to effect the proper collection and disposal of garbage.
  3. To improve the delivery of services to the buying public.

 

Slaughterhouse

Functional Statement

  1. Proper Hygienic Management of slaughter-house.

 

Cemetery

Functional Statement

  1. To provide proper burial spaces to dead persons.
  2. To adopt measures that will enhance the safety and cleanliness of tombs inside the municipal cemetery.

 

 

 

BUSINESS SERVICES

 

 

 

Securing a Community Tax Certificate

  • About the Service:

A Community Tax Certificate (CTC) is required when an individual or corporation:

  • Acknowledges any document before a notary public
  • Takes an oath of office upon election or appointment to any position in the government service.
  • Receives any license, certificate or permit from any public authority
  • Pays any tax or free
  • Receives money from any public fund
  • Transacts other official business
  • Receives any salary or wage from any person or corporation

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Requirements:
    • Accomplished Request Form
  • Amount of Fee:

            Basic Tax Individual (Class A)

  • 00-of the Gross Receipts/Sales/Salaries/Wages
  • 00 for every P1,000 of the Gross Sales/Salaries/Wages

 

            Corporation Basic Tax-P500

  • 00-of the Gross Receipts/Sales
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

  • How To Avail of The Service:

 

Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Response Person

(Name & Designation)

Fill up Cedula Form/Client’s Information Form and submit at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office. Assess, receive payment and issue Community Tax Certificate. 5  minutes -Alma Carreon (Admin Aide I)

-Roma Carla Mamaril (Job Order Contract)

 

 

Business License Application

(new / re-newal)

  • About the Service:

All Enterprises are required to secure a Business License, and pay business taxes before the start of commercial operations.

The license must be renewed from January 1-20, every year. Penalties are imposed after this period.

Business taxes for new enterprises are based on capitalization. Those for succeeding years are computed as a percentage of gross receipts/ sales. Payments may be made3 annually, semi-annually or quarterly. Taxes are due on the first 20 days of each quarter.

It takes a maximum of 2 days to process new applications. This already includes the requisite inspections and clearances from various offices and government agencies.

Renewal of license may take 30 minutes or 2 hours depending on the results of verification made by a Local Revenue Collection Officer. Verification determines whether an applicant still has to secure clearances from various offices (building zoning, fire and/or sanitary). Processing of licenses for these applicants will take approximately 2 hours. Otherwise, only 30 minutes are required to secure a license.

  • Legal Basis:
  • Municipal Ordinance No. 184 S. 2015, Known as The Revenue Tax Code of Aringay, La Union
  • Requirements:
  • Treasury Office
    • Filled Up Unified Form
    • Occupancy Permit
    • Sanitary Permit/Health Clearance
    • Municipal Environmental Certificate
    • Market Clearance (for Market Stall Holders)
    • Valid Fire Safety Inspection Certificate
    • DTI/SEC/CDA Registration
    • Accomplished Form of Declaration of Gross Receipt
  • Mayor’s Office
    • Filled Up Unified Form
    • Occupancy Permit
    • Sanitary Permit/Health Clearance
    • Municipal Environmental Certificate
    • Market Clearance (for Market Stall Holders)
    • Valid Fire Safety Inspection Certificate
    • DTI/SEC/CDA Registration
    • Accomplished Form of Declaration of Gross Receipt
  • Amount of Fee:

 Retailers

  • 20% of Gross Receipts below P500,000.00
  • 10% in excess of P500,00.00

            Wholesalers, Dealers, Contractors, Manufactures, Distributors, Importers &Assemblers

  • Refer to Local Revenue Code of Aringay, La Union 2015
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Response Person

(Name & Designation)

RENEWAL

Step1. Submit Application form and documentary requirements for verification and encoding.

Provide list of all requirements for Treasury Office and Mayor’s Office

 

15-30 minutes

 

 

-Alma Carreon(Admin Aide I)

-Angelica Dulatre (Job Order Contract)/Jude Rico (JOC)

Step 2. Assessment and payment of taxes, fees and charges. Receive and verify submitted  requirements of Treasury Office. Assist/ brief applicant client if requirements are not complete.  Assess taxes, fees and charges. 30 minutes- 1 hour

 

 

 

 

-Arnulfo M. Medriano-(Asst.Mun.Treasurer)

-Ricardo Dulay (RCC I)

Maricel Boado (RCC I)

Step 3. Printing, approval and release of Mayor’s Office. Accept the complete requirements and issue Official Receipt  

30 minutes-1 hour

 

-Eloisa Joy Onarce (Job Order Contract)
  Receive and verify all requirements for Treasury Office and Mayor’s Office.

 Assist/ brief applicant client if requirements are not complete

  -Eloisa Joy Onarce (Job Order Contract
  If all requirements are complete print the Mayor’s Permit otherwise, a Temporary Permit will be printed   -Eloisa Joy Onarce (Job Order Contract
  Approval of Business License Application and Mayor’s Permit   Eric O. Sbuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

  Release of Business Permit and other Regulatory Permits and Clearances   -Eloisa Joy Onarce/Karen Claud (Job Order Contract)

  

 

NEW

 

Step 1. Submit Application form and documentary requirements for verification and encoding

 

Provide list of all requirements for Treasury Office and Mayor’s Office

 

 

15-30 minutes

 

 

 

Alma Carreon(Admin Aide I)

-Angelica Dulatre (Job Order Contract)

Step 2. Assessment and payment of taxes, fees and charges. Receive and verify submitted  requirements of Treasury Office. Assist/ brief applicant client if requirements are not complete.  Assess taxes, fees and charges. 30 minutes-1 hour

 

 

 

 

-Arnulfo M. Medriano (Asst.Mun.Treasurer)

-Ricardo Dulay (RCC I)

Maricel Boado (RCC I)

 

 

Step 3. Printing, approval and release of Mayor’s Office. Accept the complete requirements and issue Official Receipt 30 minutes-1 hour

 

-Eloisa Joy Onarce(Job Order Contract)
  Receive and verify all requirements of Treasury Office and Mayor’s Office.

 Assist/ brief applicant client if requirements are not complete

  -Eloisa Joy Onarce (Job Order Contract)
  If all requirements are complete print the Mayor’s Permit otherwise, a Temporary Permit will be printed   -Eloisa Joy Onarce (Job Order Contract)
  Approval of Business License Application and Mayor’s Permit   Eric O. Sbuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

  Release of Business Permit and other Regulatory Permits and Clearances   -Eloisa Joy Onarce/Karen Claud (Job Order Contract)

 

 

 

Tricycle Permits

  • About the Service:

This service will monitor the growing numbers of tricycle units and as well control the services of tricycle drivers and operators as to consumers/ costumers needs in line with the Tricycle Code of Aringay.

  • Legal Basis:

Municipal Ordinance No. 194, Known as Tricycle Code of the Municipality of Aringay, La Union. Revised

 

 

  • Requirements:

For regular operators:

  • 1 pc. 2×2 latest picture
  • Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)
  • LTO Official Receipt/CR (Xerox copy)
  • Association Clearance (original)
  • SSS Clearance (Original)
  • Barangay Business Permit/ Clearance
  • Police Clearance (for new operator)
  • Deed of Sale (for transfer of ownership)
  • Waiver of slot (for closed routes)
  • Barangay Business Permit/Clearance
  • Valid Franchise (Xerox copy)

 

For transient operators:

  • 1 pc. 2×2 latest picture
  • Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)
  • LTO Official Receipt/ CR (Xerox copy)
  • Association Clearance (original)
  • SSS Clearance (Submit in 3 months)
  • Barangay Business Permit/Clearance
  • Valid Franchise (Xerox copy)

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

  • How To Avail of The Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to the PACD and ask for the list of requirements in getting a tricycle permit. PACD

– Provide the list of requirements and make initial briefing to the client/ applicant.

2 minutes -Angelica Dulatre (Job Order Contract)

 

Tricycle Permits

  • About the Service:

This service will monitor the growing numbers of tricycle units and as well control the services of tricycle drivers and operators as to consumers/ costumers needs in line with the Tricycle Code of Aringay.

  • Legal Basis:

Municipal Ordinance No. 194, Known as Tricycle Code of the Municipality of Aringay, La Union. Revised

 

 

  • Requirements:

For regular operators:

  • 1 pc. 2×2 latest picture
  • Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)
  • LTO Official Receipt/CR (Xerox copy)
  • Association Clearance (original)
  • SSS Clearance (Original)
  • Barangay Business Permit/ Clearance
  • Police Clearance (for new operator)
  • Deed of Sale (for transfer of ownership)
  • Waiver of slot (for closed routes)
  • Barangay Business Permit/Clearance
  • Valid Franchise (Xerox copy)

 

For transient operators:

  • 1 pc. 2×2 latest picture
  • Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)
  • LTO Official Receipt/ CR (Xerox copy)
  • Association Clearance (original)
  • SSS Clearance (Submit in 3 months)
  • Barangay Business Permit/Clearance
  • Valid Franchise (Xerox copy)

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

  • How To Avail of The Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to the PACD and ask for the list of requirements in getting a tricycle permit. PACD

– Provide the list of requirements and make initial briefing to the client/ applicant.

2 minutes -Angelica Dulatre (Job Order Contract)
Submit all requirements for assessment and pay permit fees.  Issue an Official Receipt 5 minutes -Maricel Boado(RCC I)

– Erwin Barba(RCC I)

Secure other requirements from the list and submit to the Sanggunian Office Sanggunian Bayan Office

– Receive and review documents submitted by the applicant.

– Record and prepare the permit and submit it to the secretary for Mayor’s approval and signature.

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

  – Approval of tricycle permit.  

 

Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

Received approved tricycle permit. Mayor’s Office

– Segregate file copy & release approved permit and sticker (with business plate)

5 minutes

 

-Angelica Dulatre (Job Order Contract)

 

Securing Zoning Clearance for Business Permit

 

  • About the Service:

Enterprises are required to secure a Zoning Clearance upon application for Business Permit to ensure that the enterprise is allowed in the chosen location as per the Zoning Ordinance of this Municipality.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Municipal Zoning Ordinance No. 193 Series of 2018.
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Comprehensive Land Use Plan CY 2018-2027

 

  • Requirements:
    • Barangay Clearance/Permit
    • Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s Office

 

  • Amount of Fee:
    • Zoning Clearance – P85.00
    • Documentary Stamp Tax – P30.00

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to Municipal Treasury Office for the payment of Zoning Clearance Fees. Issue an official receipt

 

3 minutes -Cresencia Cariño (LRCO I)/Erwin Ferdinand Barba(RCC I)/Leonardo Cabanas Jr.(Admin. Aide I)
Present Official Receipt  with the Barangay Permit to the Municipal Zoning Office and Enforcement Office.

 

Prepares Zoning Clearance to be signed by the Zoning Officer and issue to client. 5 minutes

 

 

 

-Lee Elmer Carandang (Admin Aide VI-MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated)/Jessica Tucay(Job Order Contract)

 

Securing a Sanitary Permit (for business)

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Health Office issues a Sanitary Permit to operate in all business establishments after the actual inspection.

Health cards are being used to operators and employees after physical examination and after attending the Food Handlers Class to all food handlers.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • D. 856 (Code of Sanitation)

 

  • Requirements:
    • Mayor’s Permit/ Business Permit (application)
    • Sputum Test

 

  • Amount Fee:

 House for rent

  • Apartments – 300
  • Water Refilling Station – 500
  • Private Learning Institution – 200
  • Medical / Dental clinics – 200
  • Refreshment Parlors, Eatery/ Carenderia, Rest, Food Caterers, Bakeries – 500
  • Parks – 300
  • Beauty Parks – 300
  • Piggery/Poultry – 500
  • Gasoline Station – 300
  • Banks/Financial Institutions – 300
  • Warehouses – 500
  • Sari-Sari – 200
  • All other business establishments – 200

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
  During completion of Business/ Mayors Permit clients may proceed to MHO to file for Sanitary permit. Validate result and issue necessary certificate if there’s no violation or question regarding test results. 5 minutes

 

 

-Dr.Armando Avena (Municipal Health Officer)/

Melendre Nimuan(RSI)

  Food Handlers are required to have a sputum test and new business are subject to inspection before approval of SP   1 day

 

 

 

 
Release of the SP Signing of SP after completion and passing of all necessary process 5 minutes  

 

Retiring a Business License

 

  • About the Service:

 Enterprises that are closed or ceased to exist, or whose ownership has changed, must file with the Municipal Treasurer’s Office.

This should be done to update the Municipal Government’s records and to avoid accumulation of tax payments and penalties.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay, La Union

 

 

  • Requirements:
    • Barangay Certification regarding ceasation of business.
    • Previous permit or license (to be surrendered).

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Step 1. Secure retirement form and proceed to the computer area for verification of payment of previous taxes and fees due. Verify and validate documents 5 minutes Cresencia G. Cariño(Local Rev. Coll. Clerk I)
Step 2. The business licensing division schedules an inspection to verify closure of business or change in nature or ownership. Verify, validate and issue necessary certificate. Within a week

 

 

 

 

Leonardo Cabanas Jr.(Admin.Aide I)/Ricardo Dulay(RCC I)
Step 3.  Issuance of Certificate of Closure. Log and Issue duly signed certificate. 2 minutes Cresencia G. Carino/ Arnulfo Medriano

 

Issuance of Certification for Real Property Tax Payments

 

  • About the Service:

A certificate of Real Property Tax Payment is required, in certain transactions (e.g. securing a Building Permit), to prove that taxes on real property have been paid and updated. This may be secured from the Land Tax Division of the CTO.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code

 

 

  • Requirements:
  • Current Tax Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. without noon break

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Present current tax receipt to Municipal Treasury Office and wait for the certificate Validate, assess and issue certification 10 minutes Irene Gonzales(RCC I)

Paying Real Property Taxes

 

  • About the Service:

Owners of land and buildings have to pay real property taxes annually. Taxes are a percentage of the property’s taxable value.

Taxable value is computed by multiplying a land or building’s Fair Market Value (FMV) to its Assessment Level. Both the FMV and the Assessment Level are based on an ordinance passed by the Sanggunian/ City Council. The City Assessor’s Office submits to the Sanggunian a new Schedule of Fair Market Values every 3 years.

Real property tax payments are made at the Land Tax Division of the CTO. Taxpayers may choose to pay on an annual or quarterly basis. Discounts are given to those who pay in advance and those who pay on time.

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay Article 26, Local Assessor Fees
    • Provincial Tax Ordinance No. 001-2008. Revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union R.A. 7160 – Local Government of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Copy of latest Real Property Tax Declaration
    • Photocopy of latest Real Property Tax payment/ official receipt
  • Amount Fee:
    • Basic Tax = 1% of Assessed Value
    • SEF Tax = 1% of Assessed Value
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. without noon break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Step 1. Proceed to the Treasury Office Real Property Section. Present the order of payment or the prior year’s official receipt. Treasury office to assess, compute corresponding taxes and fees.

 

15 minutes

 

 

 

Irene Gonzales – RCC I/

Ria Balangue- RCC I

 Step 2. In case in the absence of order of payment or prior year’s OR, top proceed to the office of the Municipal Assessor for verification. Municipal Assessor staff to interview client and locate.

 

 

 

 

 

Assessor’s Office Staff

 

 

 Step 3. Present Real Property        details to the Treasury Office-  RPT Section.

 

Treasury Office staff will compute and assess taxes and fees. 10 minutes

 

Irene Gonzales – RCC I/

Ria Balangue- RCC I

Step 4. Payment of the corresponding RPT and receive Official Receipt Receive payment and issue Official Receipt.

Post payment in the Real Property Tax Registry

  Irene Gonzales – RCC I/

Ria Balangue- RCC I

Franchising of Motorized Tricycle

  • About the Service:

   This service will monitor the growing

 numbers of tricycle units and as well

 control the services of tricycle drivers and

operators as to consumers/ costumers

needs in line with the Tricycle Code of

Aringay.

      

  • Legal Basis:

Municipal Ordinance No. 148, Known

as The Tricycle Code of Aringay, La Union.

 

 

  • Amount of Fee:
  • Franchise Fee  – P465.85
  • Certification Fee – P75.00
  • Documentary Stamp Tax – P30.00

 

 

  • Requirements:

    Issuance of Franchise/MTOP

  • Barangay Clearance (xerox copy)
  • Association Clearance(xerox copy)
  • LTO Certification of Registration and Official

Receipt of registration issued in the new applicant

  • Deed of Sale (for Transfer of Ownership-notarized)
  • Certification from the particular Zone Tricycle Operator’s and Drover’s Association that there is still available slots for franchise/MTOP in their jurisdiction (new applicant)
  • Proof of conversion to “For Hire” (New applicant)
  • Latest approved franchise (renewal)
  • Franchise/MTOP copy(Transfer of Franchise)
  • Official Receipt(payment for cancellation of old Franchise-Treasurer’s Office)-(Transfer of Franchise)
  • Waiver of Rights signed by old franchise owner and TODA President(Transfer of Franchise)
  • Official Receipt(Change Motor Payment-Treasurer’s Office)-(Change Motor)
  • Official Receipt(payment for dropping-Treasurer’s Office)-(Dropping of Motor vehicle)
  • Schedule of Availability of Service:

 

Monday to Friday

8:00 AM- 5:00PM  

  • How to avail of the Service:

 

Steps/Procedure Response Person(Name & Designation) Maximum Response/Waiting Time
Proceed to the Sangguniang bayan Office to secure requirements Rosita Delim/Marybel O. Camacho 3 minutes
Pay necessary fees to the Treasury Office. Erwin Ferdinand Barba (RCC I) 5 minutes
Approval of Franchise Jacqueline Y. Chab

Municipal Vice Mayor/ Sammy F. Mapanao-SB Secretary

Comm. Chair on Transportation

2 minutes
Proceed to the Treasury to secure ConfirmationCertification Erwin Barba-

Rev.Coll Clerk

5 minutes

 

MUNICIPAL ZONING OFFICE

 

 

Securing Locational Clearance for

Conforming Use Projects

 

  • About the Service:

All owners/developers shall secure a Locational Clearance from the Zoning Administrator/Zoning Officer for projects which conforms with the zoning regulations of the municipality prior to conducting any activity or construction on their property/land.

No building permit shall be issued by the local building officer without a valid locational clearance.

This document can be secured from the Zoning Office.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Municipal Zoning Ordinance No. 193 Series of 2018
  • Revenue Code of Aringay
  • Comprehensive Land and Water Use Plan CY 2018-2027

 

  • Requirements:
    • Duly accomplished and notarized Application Form for Locational Clearance
    • Vicinity Map. Drawn to the scale of 1:1,000 showing clearly and specifically the exact location of proposed site and all existing adjacent land uses/establishments within 500 meter radius.
    • Site Development Plan. Drawn to the scale of 1:200 indicating lot property boundaries, circulation road network, building layout, parking and future expansion area (if any)
    • Bill of Materials and Estimated Cost/Detailed Cost Estimate;
    • Floor Plan showing the different areas or rooms within the building
    • Requirements relative to Right Over Land
      1. Photocopy of the CTC in case registered in the name of the applicant.
      2. Original Certified True Copy of the Tax Dec. issued not earlier than 3 mos. upon filing of application.
      3. In the absence of CTC in the name of the applicant, submit a pro-forma affidavit ,see attached form to the effect that:
  • In case the property is not registered in the name of the applicant, submit duly notarized deed of sale or contract of lease or authorization/consent to use land whichever is applicable plus the photocopy of the owner’s certificate of title/tax declaration and tax payment receipt for the current year and affidavit of consent.
  • Environmental Compliance Certificate or Certificate of Non-Coverage from DENR (For applicable projects only)
  • Affidavit of Non-objection from adjacent lot owners (for applicable projects only)
  • Affidavit of Non-objection from Mortgagee (If lot is mortgaged)

 

  • Certification from MARO that lot is not tenanted//within the coverage of CARP (For projects located in existing/agricultural zone areas)
    • Conversion Clearance or Certificate of Exemption for Conversion from the Department of Agrarian Reform if the project is to be situated in agricultural lands based on actual use and CLUP/ZO.
    • Radiation Protection Evaluation Report from Radiation Health Service of the Department of Health(for applicable projects only)
    • Certified True Copy of National Telecommunication Commission’s Provincial Authority(PA).In the absence of foregoing, Certificate of public Convenience and Necessity(CPCN)or Certified Registration to Provide Telecommunication will do.
    • Site clearance from the local health officer on the suitability of the location pursuant to Chapter IX of PD 856’s IRR;(for applicable projects only)
    • Barangay Council Resolution endorsing the project(for applicable projects only)
    • Waste Disposal Management(for applicable projects only)
    • Locational Clearance Fees
    • For application filed by authorized representatives, “Sworn Special Power of Attorney for the representative to file/follow-up application and claim decision to the application;
  • Amount of Fees:
  1. Residential structure single attached/detached, the project cost of which is:
  2. P100,000.00 and below      –           120.00
  3. Over P100,000.00             –           P120.00+/10 of 1% in excess of P100,00.00

 

  1. Apartments, the project cost of which is;
  2. P500.000.00 and below –           P600.00
  3. Over P500,000.00 –           P600.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of P500,000.00

 

  1. Dormitories, the project cost of which is:
  2. P500.000.00 –           P600.00
  3. Over P500,000.00 –           P600.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100,000.00

 

  1. Institutional, the project cost of which is:

            1)P100,000.00 and below       –           P480.00

            2)Over P100,000.00               –           P480.00+1/10 of 1%in excess of P100,000.00

           

  1. Commercial, Industrial, Agro-Industrial, the project cost of which is:
  2. P100,000.00 and below      –           P1200.00
  3. Over P100,000.00 –           P1200+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100,000.00

           

  1. Special Uses/Special Projects, the project cost of which is:
  2. P100,000.00 and below –           P1200.00        
  3. Over P100,000.00 –           P1200.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100,000.00

 

           

  1. G. Alteration/Expansion (affected areas/cost of expense only)same as original application:

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit requirements to the Zoning and Enforcement Office and Secure Computed Fee. Assess the Zoning/locational clearance fees

 

 

5  minutes

 

Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))

 

Proceed to Municipal Treasury office for the payment of Locational Clearance Fees. Issue an official receipt

 

 

1 minute

Cresencia G. Cariño( Local Rev.Coll.officer)

/Erwin Barba (Rev.Coll.Clerk I)/Leonardo Cabanas Jr.(Admin Aide I)

 

Proceed back to the Zoning and Enforcement Office and present the Official Receipt

 

Inform client of the issuance of LC after 1 day then prepare the Evaluation Report and Zoning Decision to be signed by ZO  

5 minutes

 

Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))

Secure a printed and signed copy of the Locational Clearance/Certificate and proceed to the Engineering Office for the Issuance of Building Permit

 

Record and issue the approved Zoning Decision.

 

 

3 minutes

 

Lee Elmer Carandang (Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))

 

 

 

 

Securing Locational Clearance for Projects

 with the Following In Nature:

  • Non-Conforming Uses
  • Variances
  • Exceptions
  • Complaints and opposition to application

 

  • About the Service:

All owners/developers shall secure a Locational Clearance from the Zoning Administrator/Zoning Officer or in cases of variances and exemptions, from the Local Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals (LZBAA) prior to conducting any activity or construction on their property/land.

      No building permit shall be issued by the local

building officer without a valid locational clearance.

This document can be secured from the Zoning Office.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Municipal Zoning Ordinance No. 120 dated June 26, 2000.
    • Revenue Code of Aringay

 

  • Requirements:
    • Duly accomplished and notarized Application Form for Locational Clearance
    • Vicinity Map. Drawn to the scale of 1:1,000 showing clearly and specifically the exact location of proposed site and all existing adjacent land uses/establishments within 500 meter radius.
    • Site Development Plan. Drawn to the scale of 1:200 indicating lot property boundaries, circulation road network, building layout, parking and future expansion area (if any)
    • Bill of Materials and Estimated Cost/Detailed Cost Estimate
    • Floor Plan showing the difference areas or rooms within building
    • Requirements relative to Right Over Land:
      1. Photocopy of the CTC in case registered in the name of the applicant.
      2. Original Certified True Copy of the Tax Dec. issued not earlier than 3 mos. upon filing of application.
      3. In the absence of CTC in the name of the applicant, submit a pro-forma affidavit ,see attached form to the effect that:
  • In case the property is not registered in the name of the applicant, submit duly notarized deed of sale or contract of lease or authorization/consent to use land whichever is applicable plus the photocopy of the owner’s certificate of title/tax declaration and tax payment receipt for the current year and affidavit of consent
  • Environment Compliance Certificate or Certificate of Non-Coverage from DENR (For applicable projects only)
    • Affidavit of Non-objection from adjacent lot owners (for applicable projects only)
    • Affidavit of Non-objection from Mortgagee (If lot is mortgaged)
    • Certification from MARO that lot is not tenanted//within the coverage of CARP (For projects located in existing/agricultural zone areas)
    • Filing and Legal Research Fees
    • Conversion Clearance or Certificate of Exemption for Conversion from the Department of Agrarian Reform if the project is to be situated in agricultural lands based on actual use and CLUP/ZO.
    • Radiation Protection Evaluation Report from Radiation Health Service of the Department of health
    • Certified True Copy of National Telecommunication Commission’s Provisional Authority (PA)
    • Site Clearance from local health Officer on the suitability of the location pursuant to Chapter IX of PD 856’s IRR(for applicable projects only)
    • Barangay Council Resolution endorsing the project(for applicable projects only)
    • Waste Disposal Management(for applicable projects only)
    • Locational Clearance Fees
    • For application filed by authorized representatives, “Sworn Special Power of Attorney for the representative to file/follow-up application and claim decision to the application”.

 

  • Amount of Fees:
  1. Residential Structure single attached/detached, the project cost of which is:
  2. P100, 000.00 and below –           P120.00
  3. Over P100, 000.00 –           P120.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100, 000.00

 

  1. Apartments, the project cost of which is:
  2. P500, 000.00 and below –           P600.00
  3. Over P500, 000.00 –           P600.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of 100,000.00

           

  1. Dormitories, the project cost of which is:
  2. P500, 000.00 and below –           P600.00
  3. Over P500 , 000.00 –           P600.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100,000.00

           

  1. D. Institutional, the project cost of which is:
  2. P100, 000.00 and below –           P480.00
  3. Over P100, 000.00 –           P480+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100, 000.00

           

  1. E. Commercial, Industrial, Agro-Industrial, the project cost of which is:
  2. P100, 000.00 and below –           P1200.00
  3. Over P100, 000.00 –           P1200+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100, 000.00

 

  1. Special Uses/Special Projects, the project cost of which is:  
  2. P100, 000.00 and below –           P120.00
  3. Over P100, 000.00 –           P1200.00+1/10 of 1% in excess of P100, 000.00

 

  1. Alternation/ Expansion (affected areas/cost of expenses only) same as original application

           

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Zoning and obtain an application  form Issue an application form and provide listing of requirements 5 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
After securing all the requirements, submit these together with the duly accomplished and notarized application form to the Zoning office Conduct site/ocular inspection of the project to determine the actual use of the land

 

 

1 day  

 

 

 

Prepare and inspection report/findings and then endorse it to the LZBAA for their information and guidance 15 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
  Meet & conduct preliminary studies on the application.                                                                                     30 minutes LZBAA
  In case of objection, the Board will hold a public hearing/ consultation 90 minutes

 

 

LZBAA
  Prepare a resolution for the approval or disapproval of the application 10 minutes LZBAA/ Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
  Prepare a letter informing the applicant of the result of his/her application 5 minutes LZBAA/ Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
If the application was approved, submit an Affidavit of  Non-Object of the residents to the residents to the Zoning Office Receive and assess the zoning/locational clearance fees 5 minutes

 

 

 

Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))

 

Proceed to Municipal Treasury office for the payment fees

 

 

 

 

Issue Official Receipt

 

 

1 minute

 

Cresencia Cariño-Local Rev.Coll.Officer/Erwin Ferdinand Barba-Rev.Coll.Clerk I/Ricardo Dulay-Rev.Coll.Clerk I
Present and submit the Official Receipt to the Zoning Office

 

Receive and prepare the Zoning Decision to be signed by the LZBAA

 

 

10 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))/LZBAA

 

Received copy of the Zoning Decision

 

 

Record and issue the approved. Zoning Decision 3 minutes

 

Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))

 

Securing Zoning Classification for Land Use

 

  • About the Service:

Site Zoning Classification is requested for record and reference purposes.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Municipal Zoning Ordinance
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay

 

  • Requirements:
    • Letter Request addressed to the Zoning Officer
    • Lot Plan vicinity map drawn to scale signed by a Geodetic Engineer
    • Transfer Certificate of Title or Deed of Sale
    • Real Property Tax Declaration
    • Special Power of Attorney of landowner’s authorized representative, if any
    • Official Receipt issued by the MTO

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service

 

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to Zoning Office and submit the letter request Receive, review and verify.

 

 

5 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
  Prepare the certification for signature and approval of the Zoning Officer. 3 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
Receive the certificate of Site Zoning certification. Issuance of certificate. 1 minute Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))


About the Service:
Securing Certificate of Site Zoning Classification

 Site zoning classification is requested for

 record and reference purposes basing on

the Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) of

 Aringay, La Union.

  • Legal Basis:
  • Comprehensive Land Use Plan of Aringay, La Union

 

Requirements:

  • Letter Request addressed to the Zoning Officer
  • Real Property Tax Declaration
  • Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) or Deed of Sale
  • Certificate of Real Property Tax Payment
  • Special Power of Attorney of land owner’s authorized

representative, if any.

  • Amount of Fees:
    • 00/has

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:

 

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit requirements to Zoning Office Verify and validate documents and prepare Zoning Certificate 10 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
­Proceed to the Municipal Treasury Office for the payment of said certificate Issue an official receipt 1 minute

 

Cresencia Cariño-LocalRev.Coll. Officer/ErwinFerdinand Barba-Rev.Coll.Clerk
Present the Official Receipt to the Zoning Office Prepare the certification for signature and approval of the Zoning Officer 5  minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))
Receive the Certificate of Site Zoning Certification Log and Issue duly signed certificate 3 minutes Lee Elmer Carandang(Admin Aide VI/MPDCO Zoning Officer(designated))

 

 

                                                      

MUNICIPAL ENGINEER’S OFFICE

Securing Building Permits and other building-related certificates and permits

 

  • About the Service:

 A building permit is required prior to construction, erection, alteration, major repair or renovation or conversion of any building/structure owned by government or private entities.

The permit becomes null and void if works does not commence within 1 year from the date of such permit, or if the building or work if suspended or abandoned at any time after it has been commenced for a period of 120 days.

Aside from Building Permit, the office of the Building official, issues other permits that are required before the renovation, construction or demolition of any structure.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • PD 1096 or the National Building Code of the Philippines

 

  • Requirements:
    • 5 sets of plans & specifications signed/sealed by a duly registered Engr./Archt.
    • Certified True Copy of TCT/Tax Dec.
    • Estimated Cost of Construction
    • Current Real Property Tax Receipt
    • Affidavit of Consent
    • Contract of lease
    • Locational Clearance
    • Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC)
    • Structural analysis (for 2 storey and above)
    • Cedula
    • PRC license (Xerox)
    • Soil Test

 

  • Fencing/Demolition/Sign/Sidewalk Construction Permit/Excavation

  Fencing

  • Affidavit of Adjoining Lot Owners

              Demolition

  • 5 sets of plans & specifications signed/sealed by a duly registered Engr./Archt.
  • Certified True Copy of TCT/Tax Dec.
  • Estimated Cost of Construction
  • Cedula
  • PRC license (Xerox)

             Sign

  • 5 sets of plans & specifications signed/sealed by a duly registered Engr./Archt.
  • Estimated Cost of Construction
  • Cedula
  • PRC license (Xerox)

 

            Sidewalk Construction Permit

  • 5 sets of plans & specifications signed/sealed by a duly registered Engr./Archt.
  • Certified True Copy of TCT/Tax Dec.
  • Estimated Cost of Construction
  • Current Real Property Tax Receipt
  • Cedula
  • PRC license (Xerox)

           

            Excavation

  • 5 sets of plans & specifications signed/sealed by a duly registered Engr./Archt.
  • Certified True Copy of TCT/Tax Dec.
  • Estimated Cost of Construction
  • Current Real Property Tax Receipt
  • Cedula
  • PRC license (Xerox)

 

Fencing Permit

This is secured prior tom actual construction of a fence.

         Requirements

  • Fencing Permit Application Form
  • Fencing Plan
  • Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates
  • Lot Plan with Certification of a Geodetic Engineer that the proposed fence will not encroach on adjoining properties
  • Transfer Certificate of the Title (TCT)
  • Deed of Sale/ Lease Contract/ Contract to Sell (if the TCT is not in the name of the owner/ applicant)
  • Updated Real Property Tax Declaration
  • Certificate of Real Property Tax payment

 

Demolition Permit

This permit is secured prior to the systematic dismantling or destruction of a building or structure in whole or in part.

            Requirements:

  • Demolition Permit Form
  • Sketch plan of area to be demolished
  • Certificate of Real Property Tax Payment

 

 

Sign Permit

This permit is secured prior to the installation, erection, attachment, painting of nay form of signage.

 

            Requirements:

  • Sign Permit Form
  • Building Permit Form whenever there is a concrete/ steel structure.
  • Structural Analysis

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Office of the Building Official and secure application form. Provide application form and listing of requirements/ make initial briefing. 20  minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril
After completion of all requirements, submit these together with duly accomplished application forms to the Office of the Building Official. Building Official assess Building Permit Fees – Receive application

– Assess building permit fees and inform client of site inspection, line and grade verification schedule

-Indorse one (1) set of plans and other documents to the Zoning Officer

-Endorsement to Fire Re: Application for Building Permit

20 minutes

 

Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Proceed to Treasury Office for payment of building permit fees. – Receive payments and issue official receipt. 10 minutes Maricel Boado (RCC I)ErwinBarba(RCC I)/ Cresencia Cariño(LRCO I)
Present official receipt to Office of the Building Official Submit to Bureau of Fire and Protection the endorsement for building permit application with accompanying documents. Receive official receipt.

Prepare endorsement for Building Permit application.

10 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Building Official conduct site inspection and line and grade verification. Conduct site inspection and line and grade verification. 60 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Applicant Returns to the Building Official his file copy of the endorsement from Bureau of Fire and Protection for building permit application. Fill out information intended for the Office of the Building Official from the application forms.

Inform client the date of issuance of Building Permit (Max. 15 days) (as per PD 1096)

40 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Present Locational Clearance/other clearances to the Building Official. Submit endorsement to Bureau of Fire protection Re: Building permit issued.   5 days Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Secure Certificate of Completion forms from the Office of the Building Official. Provide Certificate of Completion Forms. 10 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Return duly accomplished Certificate of Completion Forms to the Office of the Building Official.

 

Sign Certificate of Completion Forms

Prepare endorsement to the Bureau of Fire Protection Re: Completion of Construction.

 

90 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Submit endorsement for Final Inspection to Bureau of Fire and Protection. Secure Fire Safety Inspection Certificate. Assess certificate of occupancy fee conduct final inspection. 10 minutes  
Submit to Building Official the file copy of FSIF and pay Certificate of Occupancy Fee to Treasury Office. Receive payment and issue Official Receipt. 15 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

Present Official Receipt to the Building Official. Secure Certificate of Occupancy Prepare Certificate of Occupancy 10 minutes Engr. Noel D. Mamaril

 

 

MUNICIPAL ASSESSOR’S OFFICE

 

Transfer of Ownership of Real Property (land/building)

 

  • About the Service:

Transfer taxes are paid for transactions involving transfer of ownership of real property.

The tax should be paid within 60 days from the date of execution of the deed as regards sale, barter, donation or any mode of transferring ownership; or from the date of the decedent’s death, in case of transfer by succession.

Payments are made at the Land Tax Division of the CTO.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay Article 26 – Local Assessor’s Fees
    • Provincial Tax Ordinance No. 001-2008- Revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union

 

  • Requirements:
    • Deed of Conveyance (sale, inheritance, donation, etc.)
    • Real Property Tax Receipt
    • Transfer Fee Receipt
    • I.R. Clearance (CAR, etc.)
    • Certified Xerox Copy of Title (Register of Deeds)
    • Affidavit/Certification of total landholdings Non-tenancy and Non-improvements
    • Special Power of Attorney/Authorization Letter.
    • Transfer of Tax Declaration Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. without noon break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
1. Submit documents Receives and evaluates documents if complete. 3 minutes Efren Frigillana
Pay Transfer Fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Submit official receipt   1 minute  
Wait for the approval of transaction from the Provincial Assessor If the documents are complete, prepare the following:

 

Assessment and Appraisal Division:

1.    Field appraisal and assessment sheet (FAAS)

2.    Property Record Form (PRF)

3.    Prepare Tax Map Maintenance (subdivision/consolidation)

4.    Update tax map and tax map control.

5.    Prepare endorsement

 

Municipal Assessor:

1.    Reviews and signs the FAAS and PRF’s and endorsement.

2.    Prepares transmittal to the Provincial Assessor for approval

 

 

3.    Transmit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office.

Approved transactions released back to the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

 

 

 

 

Release owner’s copy to owner/clients.

 

Upon receipt of the documents

 

15 minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

10 minutes

 

 

15  minutes

 

15  minutes

 

 

 

 

Every Friday

 

Will be released in a maximum of 1 months from the Provincial

 

Assessor’s Office

15 minutes

Efren Frigillana  

 

 

Efren Frigillana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana

 

Efren Frigillana/Maricel Cacanindin/Rinalyn Parrocha/Melda Garcia/Igmedio Al Bernardo

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana/

Efren Frigillana/Joadeline Therese Flora

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Efren Frigillana

Assessment of Buildings/ Ocular Inspection

 

  • About the Service:

New tax declarations have to be prepared for newly constructed buildings.

The Municipal Assessor’s Office conducts field inspection to assess the value of the real property.

The new TD serves as the municipal government’s permanent record on the real property unit. It is also used for real property tax purposes.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay, Article 26- Local Assessor Fees
  • Provincial Tax Ordinance No. 001-2008 – revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union R.A. 7160- Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Letter request
    • Building permit
    • Building Plan
    • Occupancy permit
    • Current Tax Receipt of the lot where the building is constructed
    • Inspection Fee Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without noon break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request/requirements Conduct ocular inspector on the subject property 3 minutes Efren Frigillana//Maricel Cacanindin/Joadeline Therese Flora/Igmedio Al Bernardo/Rinalyn Parrocha/Melda Garcia
Pay Inspection Fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Conduct Ocular Inspection/Assessment Conduct ocular inspector on the subject property By schedule Engr. Nemesio Frigillana (Municipal Assessor)
Wait for the approval of the transaction from the Provincial Assessor Assessment and Appraisal Division:

1.    Prepares FAAS and PRF

2.    Prepare endorsement

 

Municipal Assessor:

1. Reviews and signs FAAS, PRF and endorsement.

2. Prepares transmittal t the Provincial Assessor for approval.

3. Transmit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office.

 

 

Approved transactions released back to the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

Release owners copy to owners/clients.

 

 

15 minutes

10  minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

 10 minutes

 

Every Friday

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

Efren Frigillana/ Maricel Cacanindin

 

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana

 

Efren Frigillana/ Maricel Cacanindin/Joadeline Therese Flora

Efren Figillana/Engr.Nemesio Frigillana

 

 

 

 

Efren Frigillana

 

Request for Revision/RE-Assessment/ Correction of Assessment (land/building)

 

  • About the Service:

Clients who would like to delete, adjust or correct assessments on their real property request this service.

The Municipal Assessor’s assessment records are used by the Land Tax Division of the Municipal Treasurer’s Office in computing the annual tax to be paid by owners of land and buildings.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union
  • A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Letter Request
    • Tax Declaration
    • Tax Receipt
    • BL-Form V-37
    • Certified Xerox Copy of Title
    • Unrevised Tax Declaration
    • Revision Fee Receipt
    • Inspection Fee Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without noon break

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request/ requirements. Conduct ocular inspector or the subject property 3 minutes Efren Frigillana//Maricel Cacanindin/Joadeline Therese Flora/Igmedio Al Bernardo/Rinalyn Parrocha/Melda Garcia
Pay Inspection Fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Conduct Ocular Inspection/Assessment   By Schedule Engr. Nemesio Frigillana (Municipal Assessor)
Wait for the approval of the transaction Assessment and Appraisal Division:

3.    Prepares FAAS and PRF

4.    Prepare endorsement

 

Municipal Assessor:

1. Reviews and signs FAAS, PRF and endorsement.

2. Prepares transmittal t the Provincial Assessor for approval.

3. Transmit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office.

 

Approved transactions released back to the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

Release owners copy to owners/clients.

 

 

15 minutes

 

15 minutes

 

 

15 minutes

Every Friday

 

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

Efren Frigillana

 

Efren Frigillana/Maricel Cacanindin

 

 

Engr. Nemesio M. Frigillana

 

Efren Frigillana/Maricel Cacanindin/Joadeline Therese Flora

 

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana/Efren Frigillana

 

 

Efren Frigillana

Request for Cancellation of Assessments

 

  • About the Service:

Clients who would like to delete, cancel assessments on their real property request this service.

The Municipal Assessor’s assessment records are used by the Land Tax Division of the Municipal Treasurer’s Office in computing the annual tax to be paid by owners of land and buildings.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union
  • A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Service Slip
    • Tax Declaration
    • Current Tax Receipt
    • Barangay Certification (for cancellation of building)
    • Inspection Fee Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without noon break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request/ requirements. Conduct ocular inspector or the subject property By schedule or upon request Efren Frigillana/Maricel Cacanindin/Joadeline Therese Flora/Igmedio Al Bernardo/Rinalyn Parrocha/Melda Garcia
Wait for the approval of the transaction Assessment and Appraisal Division:

1. Prepares FAAS and PRF

2. Prepare endorsement

 

Municipal Assessor:

1.Reviews and signs FAAS, PRF and endorsement.

2. Prepares transmittal the Provincial Assessor for approval.

3. Transmit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office.

 

Approved transactions released back to the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

Release owners copy to owners/clients.

 

 

15 minutes

    10 minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

10 minutes

 

 

Every Friday

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

Efren Frigillana

Efren Frigillana/ Maricel Cacanindin

 

Engr. Nemesio M. Frigillana

Efren  Frigillana/ Engr.Nemesio M. Frigillana

 

 

 

Efren Frigillana

 

Request for Annotation/Cancellation of Loans/ Mortgages/ Bail bond/ Notice of Les Pendent

 

  • About the Service:

This service is requested to annotate documents for loan and mortgage purpose.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue of the Province of La Union
  • A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991
  • Requirements:
    • Service Slip
    • Mortage Contract
    • Loan and Mortgaged Agreement
    • Notice of Bailbond
    • Notice of Les Pendents/ Hold in Abeyance
    • Tax Declaration
    • Annotation Fee Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without noon break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit requirements

 

Record Section

1.    Verify records (PRF/FAAS/etc.)

2.    Annotate Notice Agreement to the records

3.    File copy of Notice of Agreement

 

Upon request

10 minutes

 

10 minutes

 

10 minutes

 

Efren Frigillana

 

Joadeline Therese Flora

 

Efren Frigillana

Pay annotation/cancellation fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Present official receipt   1 minute  
Annotate/cancellation/mortages, etc.   5 minutes  

 

Request for Cancellation of Loans/ Mortgages/ Bailbond/ Notice of Les Pendents

 

  • About the Service:

This service is requested to cancel documents for loan and mortgage purpose.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union
  • A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Service Slip
    • Notice for Cancellation of Mortgaged
    • Notice of Cancellation of Bailbond
    • Cancellation of Notice of Les Pendents/ Hold in Abeyance
    • Tax Declaration
    • Annotation Fee Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without noon break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request Record Section

1.    Verify records (PRF/FAAS/etc.)

2.    Cancels Annotation (Loan Bailbond/Notice from the records)

File copy of Notice of Cancellation and discharge of Mortgaged

 

10 minutes

 

Efren Frigillana

 

 

Joadeline Therese Flora/ Efren Frigillana

 

Pay annotation/cancellation fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Present official receipt   1 minute  
Annotate/cancellation/mortages, etc.   5 minutes  

 

 Verification of Real Property Assessment/ Location/ Tax Declaration

 

  • About the Service:

This service enables the client to identify real property its ownership and location in the tax map at the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue Tax Code of the Province of La Union
  • A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Service Slip
    • Tax Declaration
    • Tax Receipt
    • Xerox Copy of Title
    • Verification Fee Receipt

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Request for service Records Section

1.    Evaluates and assess request

2.    Researches the history of the real property

3.    Presents the history of the property to the owner/client

 

 

15 minutes

10 minutes

 

15 minutes

 

Efren  Frigillana

 

 

Joadeline Therese Flora/Maricel Cacanindin/Rinalyn Parrocha/Igmedio Al Bernardo/Melda Garcia

Pay verification fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Present official receipt   1 minute  
Verify tax declaration/tax map   15-30 minutes  

 

Request for Subdivision/ Consolidation of Real Property (land)

 

  • About the Service:

This service enables clients to request for consolidation for its ownership and location in the tax map at the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue Code of the Province of Aringay, La Union R.A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Letter request
    • Subdivision Plan
    • Tax Receipt
    • Tax Declaration
    • Certified Xerox Copy of Title
    • Revision Fee Receipt
    • Agreement and confirmation of subdivision survey

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without non break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit complete requirements. Assessment/ Appraisal Division

1.    Prepare FAAS and PRF

2.    Prepare Tax Map Maintenance

3.    Prepare endorsement

 

 

 

Municipal Assessor:

1.    Reviews and signs FAAS, PRF & endorsement

2.    Prepares transmittal; to the Provincial Assessor for approval

3.    Transmit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office

Approved transactions released back to the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

Release owner’s copy to owner/ clients.

 

15 minutes

15 minutes

10 minutes

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

10 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

Efren Frigillana/ Joadeline Therese Flora/Maricel Cacanindin/Igmedio Al Bernardo/Melda Garcia/Rinalyn Parrocha

 

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana

Frigillana/Maricel Cacanindin

 

 

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana

 

 

 

 

Efren Frigillana

Pay corresponding fee to MTO   3 minutes  
Present official receipt   1 minute  
Wait for the approval of the transaction from the Provincial Assessor   Indorsed transaction to the Provincial Assessor for approval(Weekly basis)  

 

 

Issuance of Certified True Copy/ Xerox Copy of Tax Declaration/ PRF/ FAAS/ TAX MAP/ TMCR, Certifications

 

  • About the Service:

This service enables clients to request for certified true copy of its ownership and location in the tax map at the Municipal Assessor’s Office.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay
  • Revised Revenue Code of the Province of La Union
  • A. 7160 Local Government Code of 1991

 

  • Requirements:
    • Service Slip
    • Current Tax Receipt
    • Special Power of Atty. / Authorization letter duly notarized if not the owner requesting tax declaration.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M without non break

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit complete requirements and wait for approval of the transaction Record Section

1. Verify records (PRF/FAAS/etc.)

2. Prepare the request forms (PRF/FAAS/TD/etc.)

3. Prepares certifications

 

 

 

 

Municipal Assessor:

1. Reviews and signs

2. Return to records section for recording to the logbook

3. Release copy to the owner/client

 

15minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

Efren Frigillana/Joadeline Therese Flora/Maricel Cacanindin/Melda Garcia/Rinalyn Parrocha/Igmedio AL Bernardo

Engr. Nemesio Frigillana

Efren Frigillana/Maricel Cacanindin/Joadeline Therese Flora/Melda Garcia/Rinalyn Parrocha

 

MARKET AND ABATTOIR SERVICES

Payment of Market Rentals

  • About the Service:

All registered stallholders are required to pay their rental at the market office on or before the 20th of the month as stated in their Contract of Lease. Failure or non-payment on or before the due date forestalled a surcharge of 25% of the total rent.

Note:

  • Entrance fee will be collected as per items and kilos. Transient vendors likewise will be charged P 5.00/ square meter during ordinary days and P 1.00/square meter during market days.
  • Parking fees for Delivery trucks are collected within the Market Area.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code or Aringay

 

  • Requirements:
    • Official Receipt from previous month payment

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
1.  Approach Record Section (Market Office) for the verification and update of monthly rental payment. Verify and update monthly rental payment. 5 minutes Jose S. Bernal-Market Inspector
2. Proceed to the collection section  for the payment and issuance of Official Receipt Computes payments and issue official receipt 5 minutes Jose S. Bernal-Market Inspector
3. Return to record section for the posting of payment Posting of Payments 2 minutes Jose S. Bernal-Market Inspector

 

 

Renewal of Lease Contract

  • About the Service:

All registered stallholders are required to renew their Contract of Lease annually starting at the guidelines and conditions of their occupancy at Aringay Public Market.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay

 

  • Requirements:
    • Updated Market Rental
    • Xerox copies of Mayor’s Permit/ Contract of Lease (Previous Years)
    • Xerox copy of updated payment of business license
    • Xerox copy of community tax certificate
    • Notaries fee

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
1. Submit Requirements Post and prepare Contract of Lease 5 minutes Jose S. Bernal-Market Inspector
2. Contract will be notarized Notarize contract 5 minutes Notary Public
3. Contract Signing Issuance of contract duly signed by the Stall holder and Municipal Mayor to be witnessed by the Market Inspector and Municipal Treasurer. 10 minutes Jose S. Bernal-Market Inspector/Erlinda L. Frigillana-

Municipal Treasurer/

Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor

 

Issuance of Market Clearance for the Renewal of Business License

  • About the Service:

All registered stallholders are required to renew their Business License annually to legitimize their business operation at the Aringay Public Market yearly.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay

 

  • Requirements:
    • Updated Market Rental
    • Community Tax corresponding to their nature of Business derived from their income of previous year.
    • Health Certificate

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
1. Secure Clearance

Ø  Record Section

Ø  Sanitary Inspector

Ø  Bureau of Fire

Ø  Market Inspector

Verify and issue clearance 5-10 minutes Arnold Medriano

 

Melendre Nimuan

 

Jose S. Bernal

2. After completion of all the clearances, proceed to Municipal Treasury Office for Payment of Business Permit. Receives payment and issue Official Receipt 2 minutes Melania B. Asuncion/Cresencia Cariño/Erwin Barba/Maricel Boado

 

Issuance of Certification as Registered Stall holders

  • About the Service:

Certification is being issued to all registered stallholders and transient vendors operating at the Aringay Public Market.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay

 

  • Requirements:
    • Certification from the Market Inspetor

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
1.Request for Certification

 

Verify and prepare Certificate 2-3 minutes Arnold Medriano
2. Payment of Fees Receive payment and issue Official Receipt 2-3 minutes Jose S. Bernal

 

3. Issuance of Certificate Post and Issue duly signed Certificate to the client 2 minutes Jose S. Bernal

 

 

Calibration of Weighing Scale

 

  • About the Service:

All business establishments at the Aringay Public Market is required to have their weights and measures tested and calibrated to protect and ensure consumers that all the goods and commodities they buy are exact in weight and in good condition.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
1. Bring Weighing Scale Unit for testing Test and calibrate weighing scale 2-3 minutes Jose S. Bernal
2. after calibrated and tested, unit will be sealed and corresponding amount of fee will be collected and official receipt will be issued Seal unit after calibration and receive payment for calibration and issue official receipt 5 minutes Jose S. Bernal

 

 

 

 

 

Slaughtering of Livestock and Issuance of Meat Inspection Certificate

 

  • About the Service:

Livestock to be sold in the Local Market are to be slaughtered in the Aringay abattoir. Livestock raisers are to bring the animals for observation before they are slaughtered.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Revenue Tax Code of Aringay c

 

  • Requirements:
    • Personal Identification
    • Barangay Clearance
    • Certificate of Ownership/ Transfer
    • Veterinary Health Certificate

 

Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 How To Avail of The Service:

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Bring the Animal to be slaughtered in the Municipal Abattoir 1. Holding of the animal for ante mortem purposes

2. Slaughter process

 

3. Post mortem and weighing

4. Marketing of meat products

5. Collection of payment of slaughter fees

4 hours

 

5 hours

 

1 hour

 

 

 

1 hour

Ronaldo Lozano/ Julieto Carreon/Demetrio Diaz/selected butchers

 

Ronaldo Lozano/ Julieto Carreon

 

 

Jose S. Bernal

 

 

 

MUNICIPAL AGRICULTURE SERVICES

 

Technical Assistance

 

  • About the Service:

            Promotion of appropriate production technologies on the different banner programs from the national, provincial and locally funded projects and programs

   -rice and corn production program

    -livestock production program

      -aquaculture and marine products                            

      -high value commercial coops production

      (leafy and fruit vegetables, legumes, cash

                        crops, mango production)

         -institutional capability building program

                        (rural improvement club (rural housewives/

                        farmers housewives), out of school youth,

                        farmers organizations/associations and cooperatives)

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

Saturdays and Sundays and Holidays (by appointment and case to case basis)

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Clients / office caller proceed to the Municipal Agriculture office Promotion of animal health care and props management on livestock/poultry production

 

Upon request Demetrio Diaz Jr./ Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.-MAO / Technologist Staff
  Promotion of appropriate production technologies on rice Upon request Tarcela Q. Munar/Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.-MAO
  Promotion of appropriate production technologies on corn Upon request Benjamin Magno
  Promotion of appropriate production technologies on aquaculture and marine products production Upon request Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.-MAO/ Technologist Staff
  Appropriate production technologies on high value commercial coops production Upon request Ailen Flores/ Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.MAO/Technologist Staff
  Institutional capability building programs(RIC’S),4ft,(out of school youth) Farmers Organization, Association and Cooperatives Upon request Ailen Flores/Tarcela Munar/Benjamin Magno/ Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.MAO

Issuance of Livestock Health Certificate

  • About the Service:

         Livestock Shipping Permits, along with Health Certificates, are required from shippers before cattle, carabao, swine, and other livestock can be transported outside the municipality city.

         Health certificates are issued to certify that the animals to be transported live do not have any communicable diseases. These are also required for pet dogs and cats before they can be shipped to other areas.

         Death certificates for livestock are needed by crop and livestock insurance companies before they can process claims for indemnity.

  • Requirements:
    • Certificate of ownership or transfer (cattle and carabao)
    • Barangay Clearance
    • Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s office

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Municipal Agricultures office for the issuance of livestock Health Certificate MAO office

-interview client

 some basic/valid information’s regarding the livestock

Upon request

 

5 minutes

.

 

Demetrio Diaz Jr./ Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.MAO
Client will proceed to the Treasury office for the payment Municipal Treasurer’s office

Issuance of official Receipt

 

10 minutes

Municipal Treasurer’s Office Staff
         

 

Issuance of Auxiliary Invoice (Fisheries)

  • About the Service:

                   Transporting and shipping of aquatic products, fishery resources, live fish, bangus             fry/fingerling outside          

            The Municipality/ city by the shippers/ transporters are obliged/required to get auxiliary invoice from the Municipal treasurer office, which some will be supported with the fishery inspection   certificate that said items/ objects are free from any red tide toxins organizing/parasites and safe for     food and table consumption or good for breeding production purposes.

 

 

  • Requirements:

                        -Must able to know the point of destination

                        -Must determine the number of kilograms by species

                        -Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s office

                        -Fishery Inspection Certificate

 

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Municipal Treasurer’s Office for the payment of Auxiliary Invoice MTO for the payment and issuance of auxiliary invoice Upon Request Municipal Agriculture Office/

Municipal Treasurer Office Staff

Issuance of Fishery inspection certificate MAO for the issuance of fishery Inspection Certificate Upon Request Technical Staff/ Municipal Treasurer Office Staff

 

 

 

INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES

 

Availing of Consultation at Municipal Health Office

  • About the Service:

The purpose of this service is to diagnose and treat illness and give appropriate medical services.

Service is available at the Municipal Health Office to any person/ individual who needs medical assistance with the following possible illness.

  • Diarrhea and ARI Cases
  • Rabies (dog bite)
  • Dengue
  • Renal Disease

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Client proceeds to OPD for patient’s record. Take medical history and vital signs. Asks the reason for consultation and writes client’s data on the record book.

 

Takes medical history of patient. Gets and records his/her vital signs, then refer to the Municipal Health Officer.

 

 Inform patient to wait for his turn

10-15 minutes OPD Nurse/Midwife

 

Proceed to Doctor’s room for consultation   10-15 minutes Dr. Armando Avena (MHO)
If laboratory test is requested proceed to laboratory room. Makes the required laboratory test and inform patient to pay the prescribed fee to the MTO, but if it is an OPB package under PHILHEALTH no fees to be collected. 20-30 minutes Melendre Nimuan

(Sanitary Inspector)

 

Pays the laboratory test performed at the MTO Issue an official receipt 5-10 minutes Melania Asuncion

Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Back to the laboratory room, and then present the official receipt for the issuance of result. Release laboratory results 3 minutes Melendre Nimuan

(Sanitary Inspector)

 

Back to the Municipal Health Officer for laboratory results interpretation. Prescribes appropriate medicine and gives medical advice. Then, refer patient to the attending nurse or other personnel for issuance of medicines. 5-10 minutes

 

 

 

Dr. Armando P. Avena(MHO)

 

 

 

Proceed to Pharmacy for issuance of medicines prescribes. Attending pharmacist issue the prescribed drugs/ medicines. Then, reiterate information on patient’s return. 5minutes Phillipp John San Andres (Pharmacist)

 

Expanded Immunization Program

  • About the Service:

The purpose of this service is to immunize children 0 to 11 months old from seven immunizable diseases.

The Municipal Health Office also injects pregnant mothers for tetanus toxiod to prevent the occurrence of Tetanus Neonatorum in infants.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • National EPI Program for DOH

 

  • Requirements:
    • Immunization Card/ Record

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Client proceeds to Municipal Health Office to avail immunization. Fill up the immunization card or record the necessary information. Post information and make a record of the client receiving immunization 5 minutes Jennifer Bartolo(Midwife III)/ Antonette Bambico(Nurse II)/ Virginia Cañero(RHM)
Give the accomplished card to the client Make sure that the data given are true and correct 5 minutes Jennifer Bartolo(Midwife III)/ Antonette Bambico)Nurse II)/ Virginia Cañero(RHM)
Give appropriate immunization and encourage patient to come back for the next immunization schedule Give immunization to patient accordingly basing from data given. 2 minutes Jennifer Bartolo(Midwife III)/ Antonette Bambico(Nurse II)/Virginia Cañero(RHM)

Availing of Maternal Care Services

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Health Office provides a comprehensive maternal care program for pregnant and lactating mothers.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • National MCH Program for DOH
  • Requirements:
  • Pre-Natal Form
  • Tracking Form
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

How To Avail of The Service

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Pregnant women go to the Municipal Health Office for check-up. Get patient’s data and accomplish the Maternity Record Card of the mother.

 

 

20 minutes Virginia Cañero

Rural Health Midwife

 

Jennifer C. Bartolo-Midwife III

 

Antonette Bambico-Nurse II

Proceed to designated Midwife/Nurse for recording and assessment. Ask patient’s regarding her complain or sickness. Then, check client’s abdominal palpatation and inform patients of her findings. 

Referral on high risk cases

5-10 minutes  
Proceed to the laboratory room for requested diagnostics (Hgb, Urinalysis, Blood Typing, FBS, etc.) Determines patient’s HGB, Urinalysis, Blood Typing and other requested laboratory tests, issue the results. 20 minutes Melendre Nimuan

Sanitary Inspector

Client proceeds to the Municipal Health Officer for interpretation of result and issuance of prescription. Interpret result; prescribe appropriate vitamins; and give mother health instructions on proper nutrition and maternity care. 5 minutes Dr. Armando P. Avena(MHO)
Proceed to Pharmacy for medicine prescribed. Attending pharmacist issue the prescribed drugs/ medicines. Then, reiterate information on patient’s return. 5 minutes Phillipp John San Andres (Pharmacist)

 

Availing of Family Planning Services

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Health Office will provide the information and guidance on the proper and appropriate means for couple consulting for a family planning program.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • PD 965 Pre-Marriage Counseling Law

 

  • Requirements:
    • Endorsement from MCR Office (for pre-married counseling)
    • Residence Certificate

 

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

How To Avail of The Service:

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
From MCR, applicant will proceed to the Municipal Health Office and ask for assistance

(for pre- married couples)

Provides counseling and IEC on different family planning methods and on fertility awareness 1 hour Virgnia V. Cañero/ Jennifer C. Bartolo
Clients will present residence certificate to the attending nurse or midwife and/or fill up given form (for walk-in couples) Post, validate information given by client, after which will be signed by trained PMC Counselor.

Assist clients/couple in making decisions regarding reproductive health.

1 hour Virgnia Cañero/ Sonia Caldito/ Jennifer Bartolo

 

Availing of Dental Services

 

  • About the Service:

This service is available to pre-school and school-age children, pregnant mothers and other adults to prevent and treat dental diseases.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • National Program of DOH
  • Requirements:
  • Dental Record Book

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Clients proceed to OPD and get individual treatment record for vital sign taking and complaints. Provide information on proper hygiene and assist clients before tooth extraction 5 minutes JOC OPD Nurse/Midwife
Proceed to Dental room for consultation and treatment.   20-30 minutes Marichu Catin
Get prescribed medicines to the Pharmacy.   5 minutes Phillipp John San Andres (Pharmacy)

 

TB DOTS Program

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Health Office (MHO) manages anti-tuberculosis. Drugs and medicines are provided free-of-charge.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • National TB Program Law of the DOH
  • Requirements:
  • X-Ray
  • Spectrum cups, slides, laboratory register and record book

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
  1. New Cases

  – Client proceeds to MHO for consultation

 

Get X-ray result if available and undergo sputum examination for adult patient PPD skin testing for children.

 

Registration of patient (If found to be sputum/PPD skin testing positive. /If X-ray positive only (Judgement of the MHO if patient will undergo treatmen or not.)

 

-Issuance of medications, treatment ID and provide health teaching and instruction guidelines.

   

5 minutes

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

Dr. Armando Avena(MHO)

 

Melendre Nimuan (Sanitary Inspector)

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

  1. Retreatment

  – Client proceeds to MHO for consultation

 

-Get X-ray result if available and undergo sputum examination.

 

-Refer the patient to Programmatic Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis (PMDT) facility for Gene Xpert.

 

 

-Register the patient (If Gene Xpert result TB bacteria were detected but not drug-resistant./If x-ray positive only (Judgement of the MHO if patient will undergo medication/not).

 

 

-Issuance of medications, treatment ID and provide health teaching and instruction guidelines.

 

 

 

 

   

5 minutes

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

Dr. Armando Avena (MHO)

 

Melendre Nimuan (Sanitary Inspector)

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

  1. Patients with Referral Form from other Health Facilities

– Client can proceed directly to the RHU IDOTS Clinic.

 

-Get referral form together with the X-ray, sputum, skin testing exam whichever is available.

 

-Register patient

 

-Issuance of medications, treatment ID and provide health teaching and instruction guidelines.

   

 

 

 

1 minutes

 

 

 

1 minute

 

 

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

15 minutes

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

Jonathan Aludino (Nurse II)

 

 

Securing a Medical Certificate

  • About the Service:

Firms and government agencies may require Health Certificates from certain persons. This is especially true for those who are applying for employment, driver’s license, etc.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Medical Certificate Form 211

 

  • Requirements:
  • Chest X-Ray
  • Drug Test
  • CBC

 

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Client proceed to MHO and request for Medical Certificate Assess, validate and prepare Medical Certificate 5 minutes Dr. Armando Avena (MHO)
Wait for the release of Certificate Signing of Medical Certificate 2 minutes  
Receive duly signed Certificate Release and post Certificate 2 minutes  

 

Securing a Sanitary Permit

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Health Office issues a Sanitary Permit to operate in all business establishments after the actual inspection.

Health cards are being used to operators and employees after physical examination and after attending the Food Handlers Class to all food handlers.

  • Legal Basis:
    • D. 856 (Code of Sanitation)

 

  • Requirements:
    • Mayor’s Permit/ Business Permit (application)
    • Sputum Test

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

How To Avail of The Service:

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
During completion of Business/ Mayors Permit clients may proceed to Municipal Health Office to file for Sanitary permit. Validate, interview client and business being applied for certificate

 

2 minutes Jefferson Burgonio/Jeffy Cacanindin/Ma Encarnacion Olarte/Melendre Nimuan
Food handlers are required to have a sputum test, and new business are subject to inspection before approval of SP. Conduct Sputum test and inspection 1 day Jefferson Burgonio/Jeffy Cacanindin/Ma Encarnacion Olarte/Melendre Nimuan
Release of the Sanitary Permit Issuance and posting of duly approved Sanitary Permit to client 2 minutes Jefferson Burgonio/Jeffy Cacanindin/Ma Encarnacion Olarte/Melendre Nimuan

 

Availing of Nutrition Services

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Health Office provides free nutrition services for the malnourished children and implements other health programs by the Government like the following:

  • Giving Vitamin A
  • Deworming
  • OPT (Operation Timbang)
  • others
  • Legal Basis:
  • National Nutrition Program

 

  • Requirements:
  • Nutrition Record for malnourished children
  • OPT Records

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Proceed to Municipal Health Office to have your record for filing. Assess, validate patient according to given data.

 

2 minutes Jonathan Aludino/ Virginia Cañero
wait for the attending nurse Administer nutrition services needed by the patient  3 minutes Gloria R. Bautista/ Jonathan Aludino
Update record received Update nutrition record   Virginia Cañero

 

 

POPCOM

 

Attending Pre-Marriage Counseling Seminars

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Population and Nutrition Office spearhead the conduct of Pre-Marriage Counseling (PMC) Seminars to would-be couples. It is a seminar for a couple that takes 4 hours to undergo.

Pre-Marriage Counseling is a Presidential Decree 965 requiring all couples to undergo seminar lecture prior to marriage.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Presidential Decree 965

 

  • Requirements:
    • An application for Marriage License is needed.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

Schedule of Counseling:

Every Tuesday

1:00-5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps /Procedures

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Pre-Marriage (PMC) Team – RHU. Conduct Pre-Marriage Counseling lecture to would-be couple. 4 hours Virginia Cañero

Jennifer Balangue

Sonia Caldito

Menchie Bitabit

 

 

Re-supply of Family Planning Commodities

 

  • About the Service:

Continuing users are those who need to be re-supplied such as pill, condom users. They can be re-supplied either in a clinic, barangay or from the municipal officers who are in-charge of family planning programs.

A thorough check-up by doctors, midwives or nurses is needed for an initial dispensation after which they can be re-supplied by authorized person’s in-charge of family planning programs.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • Government Trust

 

  • Requirements:
    • The person must be in the bracket of married couple of reproductive age and a continuing user.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps /Procedures

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Population Office -Re-supply family planning supplies for walk-in clients 30 minutes

 

Sonia Caldito

 

  – Inclusion for Voluntary Surgical Contraception (VSC) 30 minutes Sonia Caldito

 

 

Information, Education, & Supply Iodized Salt

 

  • About the Service:

PPW/ MNAO gives information and education on nutrition and population to any walk-in clients.

In compliance with the ASIN Law- iodized salt must be used by all households.

Midwives, BNS, BHW, get iodized salt from MNAO as one of their livelihood projects.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • A. 8172 “Asin Law”

 

  • Requirements:
    • Iodized salt is a MUST to all household.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps /Procedures

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Nutrition & Population Office. – Give information on nutrition, population, and family planning.

 

– Supply iodized salt to midwives and BNS.

1 hour Sonia Caldito

 

Availing of Population and Nutrition Services

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Population and Nutrition Office provide updated data on nutrition, population, and family planning for the general populace.

These are in the form of Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) materials such as pamphlets, brochures and booklets.

 

 

  • Requirements:
    • Referral letters from schools, offices, or any agency.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps /Procedures

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Nutrition/Population Office Give information on Nutrition, population, and family planning 1 hour Sonia Caldito

 

SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICES

 

Securing a Social Case Study Report

  • About the Service:

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) and other government hospitals and NGO which provides indigents with laboratory and surgical assistance.

Before a beneficiary can avail of this assistance, he/she is required to secure a Social Case Study Report from the MSWD.

 

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Municipal Social Welfare Office Interview client, make further (home) study regarding the client, and provide report. 15 minutes Teresita Wong (MSWDO I)/ Menchie C. Bitabit(SWA)
Present the Social Case Study report for recommending approval Review the case study for approval 15 minutes Menchie Bitabit (SWA)
Proceed to Mayors Office for signature Sign the case study 5 minutes Mayor Eric O. Sibuma
Wait for the signed copy Post the case study and release to client 2 minutes  

 

Availing of Physical Restoration Assistance

 

  • About the Service:

This program is intended for visually-impaired and orthopedically-handicapped persons to integrate into the mainstream of community life.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Social Welfare Office and present complete requirements Interview and assess client, prepare the Certificate of Eligibility and referral letter for wheel chair and or others to the DSWD Field Office 1 1 day Menchie C. Bitabit
Referral for evaluation DSWD Field Office 1 will evaluate the client 1  week Menchie C. Bitabit/ Teresita D. Wong/ DSWD Field Office Personnel

 

Welfare for Abused and Disadvantaged Women

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWD) answers disadvantaged women’s need for the prevention and eradication of exploitation, domestic violence and all forms of abuse against women.

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • A. 7610, R.A. 9262

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  • Requirements:
  • Medical Certificate
  • Barangay Certificate
  • Birth Certificate of the child abused

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Municipal Social Welfare Office 1. Interview client with the presence of the PNP Womens Desk personnel

2. Request for Medical Certificate

3. Refer the victim to the Girls Center in Agoo, La Union for safe keeping

4. Post case for record purposes

30 minutes

 

1 day

1 day

 

 

Menchie C. Bitabit/ Teresita D. Wong

Women’s Desk

Menchie C. Bitabit

 

Teresita D. Wong

In case of jailed minor Request for custody and affidavit on reorganization of the child 30 minutes  Teresita D. Wong
Proceed to and present affidavit on recognizance to the court Releases the child to the custody of the parents and post data for record purposes. 1 day Judge Ethelwolda Jaravata
In case of battered wife Counseling is administered on both parties (wife and husband)

Then an agreement will be made in papers

1 day Menchie C. Bitabit/ Teresita D. Wong

 

 

 

 

Availing of Care for Out of School Youth

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWD) assists children and youth whose basic needs have been deliberately unattended to by their parents or guardians.

 

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 How To Avail of The Service

Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
1.      Proceed to Municipal Social Welfare Office

 

 

2.      Present completed Project Proposal

 

3.      Proceed to Mayors Office, for posting and signing of the proposal

 

4.      Proceed to Social Welfare Office to get a copy of the proposal

 

5.      Proceed to Treasury Office for the fund

 

List of Out of School Youths in their barangays and conduct interview and background check

 

Verify and check proposal if it meets the guidelines and request for approval

Validate, sign, and post proposal before releasing

 

 

Proposal ready for implementation

 

 

 

Liquidation of Funds

1 week

 

 

 

1 week

 

 

1 day

 

 

 

2 days

 

 

 

1 day

 

Teresita D. Wong

 

 

Teresita D. Wong

 

Alma Carreon/Mayor Eric O. Sibuma

 

Teresita D. Wong

 

 

Erlinda Frigillana

 

 

Availing of Disaster Relief Assistance

 

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWD) pro-actively provides assistance to individuals and families who are victims of natural or man-made calamities such as typhoons, floods, and fire.

 

  • Requirements:
    • Barangay Certification of Residency

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Municipal Social Welfare Office Get the list of calamity victims and validate 3 minutes Menchie C. Bitabit/ Teresita D. Wong
Proceed to the affected barangay Release, post, distribute relief goods to identified victims 10 minutes Menchie C. Bitabit/ Teresita D. Wong

 

Securing Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation referral (AICS)

 

  • About the Service:

`This service will provide help and assistance to individual who are listed as indigents in times of crisis.

  • Requirements:
    • Barangay Certification of Residency
    • Medical Certificate (for hospitalization)
    • Death Certificate (for funeral)
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to the Municipal Social Welfare Office Interview client, assess and all requirements

Prepare Certificate of Eligibility

Post data, and prepare referral

5 minutes Teresita D. Wong (MSWDO I)
Client will wait 1. Review, evaluate and sign for recommending approval to the Mayor Office

2. Post referral for record purposes, and forward copy to the Budget Office

3. Sign Certificate of Eligibility for AICS

 

4. Post and issue duly signed Certificate (referral is released from Mayors Office/ payments is released from Municipal Treasury Office

5 minutes Menchie Bitabit (SWA)
Client receives Certificate or payments Release certificate or payment    


Availing of Pre-Marriage Counseling

 

  • About the Service:

This service will provide help and assistance to pre-married couple as well as information on family oriented situations.

 

  • Requirements:
    • Referred by MCR

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:

 

Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Municipal Social Welfare Office Interview couples, administer counseling pre-marriage. 1 day Menchie C. Bitabit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Availing of the Livelihood Project (Tindahan Natin/SEA)

  • About the Service:

This service will provide help and assistance to individuals who want to have a livelihood.

 

  • Requirements:
    • Application Form (filled up)
    • List of 250 indigent persons within the vicinity of project
    • Certificate of Eligibility

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Municipal Social Welfare Office Interview client, conduct home visitation 1 day Menchie C. Bitabit Teresita D. Wong
Submit papers/requirements to DSWD Regional Office Assess, evaluate and approve 1 month Director of Field Office 1, San Fernando City, La Union
Proceed o NFA Office Evaluate the application and issue license 2 days NFA Personnel

 

 

 Availing of the Educational Program for Skilled Young Women

 

  • About the Service:

This service will provide help and assistance

to young women who want to have a good education and livelihood.

 

  • Requirements:
    • Application Form (filled up)

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to Municipal Social Welfare Office 1. Interview client, take note of their skills, post for record purposes, group them as to skills and refer to TESDA for further evaluation 3 minutes Menchie C. Bitabit Teresita D. Wong
Client will wait for 1 week TESDA Office:

Assess and  evaluate project proposal, propose for funding and number of days they will take the course, and approve the proposal

 

2 weeks Menchie C. Bitabit/ TESDA personnel
Undergo training inline with their skills TESDA, MSWDO and the LGU will monitor and supervise the skills training until the course is finished 15 days TESDA Personnel/ Menchie C. Bitabit/Teresita D. Wong

 

 

 

Availing of Day Care Services

 

  • About the Service:

This service will provide assistance to pre-school children for advance learning.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Republic Act 6972
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure

 

Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Response Person(Name & Designation)
Proceed to MSWD Office 1. Interview client, take note of their skills, post for record purposes, group them as to skills and refer to TESDA for further evaluation 3 minutes Menchie C. Bitabit Teresita D. Wong
Client will wait for 1 week TESDA Office:

Assess and  evaluate project proposal, propose for funding and number of days they will take the course, and approve the proposal

 

2 weeks Menchie C. Bitabit/ TESDA personnel
Undergo training in line with their skills TESDA, MSWDO and the LGU will monitor and supervise the skills training until the course is finished 15 days TESDA Personnel/ Menchie C. Bitabit/Teresita D. Wong

 

CIVIL REGISTRY SERVICES

 

Registration of Live Birth

 

  • About the Service:

 

Live Birth is the complete expulsion of extraction of a product of conception from its mother, irrespective of the duration of pregnancy, which after such separation, breathes, or shows evidence of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite movement of such birth is considered alive.

A fetus with an intra-uterine life of seven months or more and born alive at the time it was completely delivered from the maternal womb but died later shall be considered as live birth and shall be registered in the Register of Births.

The birth of a child shall be registered within 30 days from the time of birth in the Office of the Civil Registrar where the birth occurred. If not registered within the prescribed period, the birth shall be registered following the rules of delayed registration.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • ACT 3753
  • Administrative Order No. 1 s. 1993
  • Civil Code of the Philippines Book I Title XVI (R.A. 386)
  • Family Code of the Philippines

 

  • Requirements:
  • Personal Appearance of informant(Father, mother, guardian or any relative attendant at Birth(if illegitimate)
  • Negative Certification from PSA (NSO) – if delayed
  • D/Cedula / Community Tax Certificate-if delayed
  • AFFIDAVITS-if delayed
  • at least 2 documentary evidences

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

How To Avail of The Service:

Steps/Procedures Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
 On-Time Registration of Birth

   -Interview/prepare/encode Birth certificate

(Proceed to Clinic or attendant for signature)

 

20-30 minutes

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/or JOC

 -Register/sign Birth Certificate 5-10 minutes

 

Laida G. Rico
Release Birth Certificate 5-10 minutes Marilyn A. Robles/JOC
Delayed Registration of Birth

  -Interview/prepare/encode Birth certificate

 

  -Register/sign Birth Certificate

 

  -Release Birth Certificate

 

20-30 minutes

 

10- 20 minutes (After 10 days posting-20 minutes)

 

Marilyn A. Robles/or JOC

 

Laida G. Rico

 

Marilyn A. Robles/JOC

 

Registration of Death.

  • About the Service:

Death is a permanent disappearance of all evidence of life at any time after live birth has taken place A fetus with an intra-uterine life of 7 months or more and born alive at the time it was completely delivered from the maternal womb but died later shall be considered as death and shall be registered in the Register of Deaths.

Registration of Death is the recording of the fact of death in the Register of Deaths. Mere preparation of the Certificate of Death is not registration. Fact of Death contained in the Certificate of Death is not deemed registered unless actually recorded in the Register of Deaths.

It shall be the responsibility of the nearest relative or person who has knowledge of the death to report the same within 48 hours if the deceased died without medical attendance. The health office shall examine the deceased and shall certify as to the cause of death.

Registration of Death shall be made in the Office of the Civil Registrar where it occurred within 30 days from the time of death. Deaths not registered within the prescribed period shall be registered under the rules of delayed registration.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • ACT 3753 – Civil Registry Law
  • Act 2711 – Registration of Vital Events prior of 27 February 1931
  • Proclamation 326 – Registration of Vital Events issued by former President Fidel V. Ramos
  • Administrative Order No. 1 s. 1993 – issued by National Statistics Office
  • Civil Code of the Philippines Book I Title XVI (R.A. 386)
  • RA 7160 – Local government Code of 1991
  • PD 856 – Code of Sanitation in the Philippines

 

  • Requirements:
  • Personal appearance of informant(Father, mother, guardian or any relative attendant at Birth(if illegitimate)

 (IN CASE OF DELAYED) (In addition)

Documentary evidences

  • Negative Certification from PSA (NSO)
  • D/Cedula / Community Tax Certificate
  • Personal appearance of informant(Father, mother, guardian, relative)
  • Affidavits

 

  • Amount of Fee If Any:
  • Burial Cemetery Fee/depends on lot *transfer fee if transferred cemetery free depends on lot

-P200.00

  • Pay CTC of Death Transmittal with DST affidavit

-P460.00

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Registration of Death that occurred at Home/Clinic(On-Time/Delayed)

 

  -Interview/Prepare/Encode  Death Certificate

 

 

 

 

20-30 minutes

 

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/JOC

  -Register/Sign 5-10 minutes Laida G. Rico
  -Release Death Certificate 5-10 minutes Marilyn A. Robles/JOC
 Registration of Death(if delayed)

  -Interview/Prepare/Encode

Death Certificate

 

 -Registration/sign of Death Certificate

 

 

  -Release Death Certificate

 

 

20-30 minutes

 

15 minutes

After 10 days posting(15-20 minutes)

5-10 minutes

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/JOC

 

Laida G. Rico

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/JOCs

 

Application for Marriage License

  • About the Service:

A Marriage license is one of the formal requisites of Marriage. The absence of a marriage license shall render the marriage void ab initio.

A Marriage License shall be issued by the Local Civil Registrar where either the contracting parties habitually resides. The contracting parties shall file application for marriage license presenting the requirements to prove their identity and status.

A contracting party age 18 years old but below 21years old shall secure the consent of his/her parents while if age21 but below 25 advice of parents of guarding is needed.

The marriage license shall be issued upon complying with all the requirements and after 10 days

posting period.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Act 3753
  • Family Code of the Philippines
  • Civil Code of the Philippines
  • Administrative Order No. 1, series of 1993
  • Requirements:
  • Birth Certificate of contracting parties
  • Certificate of No marriage Records (CENOMAR)
  • Community Tax Certificates/I.D
  • Family Planning Certificate
  • Counseling Certificate (18 y/o BUT BELOW 25 y/o only)
  • Must be 18 yrs old onwards (both male and female)
  • Legal Capacity to Marry from Embassy (if foreigner)
  • Annulment Papers (if annulled)
  • Divorced Papers (if divorced)
  • Death Certificate of former spouse (if widowed)

 

  • Amount of Fee If Any:
  • Filling fee                             -200.00
  • Family Planning              -P50.00
  • Counseling                      -P50.00
  • Marriage License           -P200.00
  • Advice/sworn/advice    -P100.00/each

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Collate/Encode application for Marriage License

 

Interview/Subscribed for Application of the Marriage License

 

Sign Application, Parent’s Consent, Sworn and Advice

 

License issued after 10 days

1 hour

 

 

30 minutes-1 hour

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

30 minutes

Marilyn A. Robles/ or JOC

 

Laida G. Rico

 

 

Laida G. Rico

 

 

Laida G. Rico

 

 

Registration of Marriage

 

  • About the Service:

Marriage is a special contract of permanent union between a man and woman entered into in accordance with law for the establishment of conjugal and family life. It is the foundation of the family and in inviolable social institution whose nature, consequences, and incidents are governed by law and not subject to stipulation, except that marriage settlements may fix the property relations during the limits provided by this Code (Art 1, Family Code of the Philippines.

In ordinary marriage the time of submission of the Certificate of Marriage is within fifteen (15) days following the solemnizing of the marriage while in marriage exempt from license requirement,

            the prescribed period is thirty (30) days, at the place of the marriage where solemnized. Marriages not registered within the prescribe period shall be registered following the rules of delayed registration.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • ACT 3753 – Civil Registry Law
  • Act 2711 – Registration of Vital Events prior of 27 February 1931
  • Proclamation 326 – Registration of Vital Events issued by former President Fidel V. Ramos
  • Administrative Order No. 1 s. 1993 – issued by National Statistics Office
  • Civil Code of the Philippines Book I Title XVI (R.A. 386)
  • RA 7160 – Local government Code of 1991
  • Family Code of the Philippines

 

  • Requirements:
  • Duly accomplished marriage

IN CASE OF DELAYED REGISTRATION (IN ADDITION)

  • Negative Certification from Philippine Statistics Authority
  • Documentary evidences at least 2
  • Affidavits
  • Cedula/Community Tax Certificate

 

  • Amount Of Fee if Any:
  • Certified True Copies fees, DST and Transmittal 

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Marriage Certificate

On-Time Registration

Receive duly accomplished Marriage Certificate from church/Civil Marriages

 

Register/sign Marriage

 

Release Marriage Certificate

 

 

10 minutes

 

 

15 minutes

 

5-10 minutes

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/or JOC

 

 

Laida G. Rico

 

Marilyn A. Robles/or JOC

 

 

Marriage Certificate

Delayed Registration

Interview/ Prepare Marriage Certificate

 

Registration/sign of Marriage Certificate

 

Release Marriage Certificate

 

 

20-40 minutes

 

After 10 days posting (15-20 minutes)

5-10 minutes

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/JOC

 

Laida G. Rico

 

Marilyn A. Robles/JOC

 

Securing Certified True Copies of Birth, and Marriage Certificate and Other Civil Registry Documents Including Amendments, Annotations or any Modification Thereof

 

  • About the Service:

The Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar maintains different kinds of civil registry books wherein all vital events affecting the civil status of a person from birth to death including subsequent modifications thereof are recorded. Registered documents have legal, administrative and statistical values. From the legal point of view, they are considered public documents and are prima facie evidence of the truth of the data contained therein.

People need certified true copies of their documents for many reasons. Birth certificate is used for baptism, enrolment, as a proof of identity, claim benefits, obtaining passport, employment, tax exemptions, marriage, board examinations, securing driver’s license, naturalization and other legal purposes.

While death certificate is a pre-requisite for burial, It provides legal evidence in medico-legal cases, inheritance, pensions, insurance benefits, and settlement of a deceased person’s estate. It also exempts the heir from specific types of taxes, and established a widowed person’s right to a subsequent marriage. Collectively, death certificate provides the indicators of existing infectious disease and epidemics that need immediate control measures. In addition, they serve administrative purposes, specifically in the clearing of files like disease case registers, social security, military service files, electoral rolls and tax registers.

Similarly, marriage certificate is useful to prove the occurrence of marriage and thus establish legal responsibilities of married couples. It is also used as basis for claims of benefits, pensions, military allowances, allotments, obtaining passport and other legal purposes.

We guarantee that the documents we issue are authentic because the civil registry goal is to serve the people with the highest degree of integrity competence, hard work and responsiveness.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Act 3753 – Civil Registry Law

Republic Act 7160 – Sec. 479, Art. 9 – Local Government Code of 1991

Municipal Tax Ordinance/Revenue Code

P.D. 603 – Child and Youth Welfare Code

 

  • Requirements:
  • Registered Court Decrees or Legal Instruments or supplemental reports

 

  • Amount of Fee If any:
  • Abroad – 200.00
  • Annotated -250.00
  • Court Decree Reg.- P2,000.00
  • Legitimation Fee -200.00
  • Registration Fee of legal instrument -100.00

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Interview client/accept Documents 30 -40 minutes Marilyn A. Robles

/JOC

Review, Register & Sign Legal Instruments and Court Decree   Laida G. Rico

 

Registration of Court Decrees & Legal Instruments

 

  • About the Service:

Court decrees/Orders are the following:

  1. Adoption/Rescission of Adoption
  2. Annulment of Marriage/declaration of absolute nullity of marriage/legal separation/Court Order setting aside the decree of legal separation.
  3. Change of Name /Correction of Entry
  4. Civil Interdiction
  5. Declaration of Presumptive Death of the absent spouse
  6. Compulsory recognition of illegitimate child/voluntary recognition of minor illegitimate child
  7. Appointment of guardian/termination of guardianship
  8. Judicial determination of filiations
  9. Judicial determination of the fact of re-appearance of absent spouse, if disputed.
  10. Naturalization Certificate/Cancellation of naturalization certificate
  11. Separation of property/revival of property regime
  12. Emancipation of orphaned minor and
  13. other remittable court decree/orders

 

It shall be the duty of the Clerk of Court to advise the successful petitioner to have the decree/order registered in the civil registry office where the court is functioning, within ten (10) days after the decree has become final and executory.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Act 3753-Civil Registry law
  • REPUBLIC ACT 7160 -SEC. 479
  • 9-Local Government Code 1991
  • MUNICIPAL TAX ORDINANCE/REVENUE CODE
  • D. 603- CHILD AND YOUTH WELFARE CODE

 

  • Requirements:
  • Registered Court Decrees or Legal Instruments or supplemental reports
  • Submit Filled up verification forms and official Receipt, Authorization and Identification card of the Document Owner/Special Power of Attorney(if document owner is not the requesting party)

 

  • Amount of Fee If Any:
  • Court Decree Reg.       -200.00
  • Legitimation Fee         -200.00
  • Registration fee of legal instrument -200.00
  • Abroad                         – 250.00
  • Annotated                   -250.00
  • Local Copy                 – 100.00
  • DST                               -15.00
  • Local annotated      -150.00

                       

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedure Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Interview client/accept Documents

*if no document presented, encode it

 

30-40 minutes Marilyn A. Robles/JOC
Review, Register & Sign Legal Instruments and Court Decree

( If annotated document is requested)

 

2-3 days Laida G. Rico
Release 20-30 minutes Marilyn A. Robles/JOC
Regular Request Certified True Copy

Search/prepare/encode document requested

 

 

40 minutes-1 hour

 

 

 

Marilyn A. Robles/or JOC

 

Review/sign documents requested

 

10-15 minutes

 

Laida G. Rico

Release 10-15 minutes Marilyn A. Robles/JOC

 

 

   

EXECUTIVE SERVICES

 

Securing Mayor’s Clearance and Certificate of Good Moral Character

  • About the Service:

 

Individuals need to secure a Mayor’s Clearance before they can apply for a firearms license. People seeking employment are sometimes also required to secure the same.

This is especially true of applicants to the Philippine National Police (PNP) and to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).

Some schools and overseas employment agencies require their students/recruits to secure a Certificate of Good Moral Character before they are allowed to enroll or apply. These documents can be secured from the Office of the Municipal Mayor.

 

  • Requirements:

For Mayor’s Clearance:

  • Original Copy of Police Clearance
  • Original Copy of Court Clearance
  • Latest Community Tax Certificate
  • Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s Office
  • 1 doc. stamp

For Certificate of Good Moral Character:

  • Barangay Certification (stating that the client is a resident of the barangay and has no derogatory records
  • Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s Office

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit documents required to the Office of the Municipal Mayor Receives and records the request. 2 minutes Geraldine Gacayan (JOC)
  Prepares the Mayor’s Clearance or Certification 5 minutes Eloisa Joy Onarce(JOC)
  Checks and recommends for approval 1 minute Julie D. San Andres-Private Secretary II
  Approves the Mayor’s Clearance or Certification 1 minute Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor/ Authorized Signatory

Receives the Mayor’s Clearance or Certification Release the Clearance or Certification 1 minute Eloisa Joy Onarce (JOC)

 

Securing Permit on all Advertising and Promotional Activities

 

  • About the Service:

 MAYOR’S OFFICE

Corporations, groups and other entities wish to promote or advertise their product/s or service/s to the public through the INSTALL means or process of promotion/advertisement such as the installation/posting of billboard, signage, streamers, posters and/or fliers and other similar materials.

 

  • Requirements:

For billboard:

  • Letter request
  • Attached the design, details and specification;
  • Site/sketch plan of the project
  • If the site/location is a private property, present a written document showing consent of the owner.
  • Affidavit of undertaking to assume all obligations and liabilities cause to any third party by reason of such project;
  • Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s Office
  • Such other documents/paper that the municipal government may require

For application to post or put up streamers, posters and flyers:

  • Written application address to the Municipal Mayor, such letter must state the total number and the period of duration;
    • Official Receipt from the Municipal Treasurer’s Office

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Secure requirements Provide listing of requirements 1 minute Eloisa Joy Onarce (JOC)
Submit letter request and all requirements to the Office of the Municipal Mayor

 

Receives and records request, then check completeness of requirements 3 minutes  

Geraldine Gacayan (JOC)

  Prepares the Mayor’s Permit 5 minutes Eloisa Joy Onarce (JOC)

 

  Checks  and recommends for approval 2 minutes Julie D. San Andres-Private Secretary II
  Approves and signs the Mayor’s Permit 1 minute Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

Receives copy of the permit Releases the permit 1 minute Eloisa Joy Onarce (JOC)

 

Securing Permit to Conduct Motorcade/ Parade or Procession

 

  • About the Service:

 

Corporations, groups and other entities that wish to stage a motorcade/parade and/or procession around the town are required to get a permit from the Office of the Municipal Mayor  prior to the scheduled activity . This ensures coordination and orderly traffic management during the activity.

 

  • Requirements: S
    • Letter of Request addressed to the Municipal Mayor, indicating the schedule of motorcade or parade, planned route and purpose of the activity
    • Except permit to hold a motorcade/parade with regards to concerts and other related fund raising activities, applicant should secure/pay first the required fees on such concert and fund raising activity.

 

  • How To Avail of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request letter to the Office of the Municipal Mayor Receives and records request 1  minute Geraldine Gacayan (JOC)
  Prepares the mayor’s permit 5 minutes Eloisa Joy Onarce (JOC)

 

  Checks and recommends for  approval 2 minutes Julie D. San Andres-Private Secretary II
  Approves /signs the permit. 3 minutes Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

Receives the mayor’s permit Release the permit 1 minute Eloisa Joy Onarce/Geraldine Gacayan(JOC)

 

Availing of Public Customer Assistance

 

  • About the Service:

CITY MAYOR’S OFFICE

Aringay residents and other clients may request from the Mayor’s Office for referral, recommendations, and endorsements or communications so that they can avail discounts on hospital bills.

Public Customer Assistance covers the following areas:

  • Hospital bill discounts
  • Job Recommendations
  • Endorsement for Transfer – for Aringayenos in government service who are currently posted in other municipalities or provinces and would like to be transferred to Aringay

 

 

 

  • Requirements:

Each of these services requires separate requirements.

For Hospital Bill Discounts

  • Barangay and MSWDO Certificate of Indigency
  • Hospital Bill

For Job Recommendations

  • Personal Appearance
  • Complete Bio-data or Curriculum Vitae
  • Police Clearance
  • Other relevant documents

For Endorsement for Transfer

  • Personal Appearance
  • Letter of Request for transfer stating therein reasons for request

 

  • How To Avail of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request letter and the pertinent documents required to the receiving clerk at the Office of the Municipal Mayor Receives and records request, then inform the Executive Secretary and hand him the documents. 5  minutes

 

 

 

 

Geraldine Gacayan (JOC)

 

Prepare for an interview Conduct brief interview, then inform the Mayor on the client’s request 10 minutes Julie D. San Andres-Private Secretary II
  Interview the client, afterwards instructs her staff for the preparation of the documents being requested 10 minutes Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor

  Prepares the appropriate communication regarding the request. 5 minutes Eloisa Joy Onarce (JOC)
  Records and gives the prepared communication to the Executive Secretary for Mayor’s signature 5 minutes Geraldine Gacayan(JOC)/ Julie D. San Andres-Private Secretary II
  Signs the documents as requested 1  minute Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

Receives a copy of the request

,then brings the communication

to the appropriate firm or

government agency

Release the approved document.  

5 minutes

Geraldine Gacayan/Karen Claud/Joseph Frigillana (JOC)

 

 

Using Government Facilities

 

  • About the Service

The Municipal Government offers the use of the following facilities ideal for seminars, conferences, gatherings, and sports and other activities.

  • Aringay Amphitheater
  • Sound system
  • Chairs & tables
  • Letter-request addressed to the Municipal Mayor, specifying the government facility/ies to be used, date, time and purpose

 

  • How To Avail of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit request letter to the receiving clerk at the Office of the Municipal Mayor Receives and records request 1  minute Geraldine Gacayan
Pay the prescribed fee at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office Issue an Official Receipt. 5 minutes Cresencia G. Carino
Back to the Office of the Municipal Mayor and present the Official Receipt Prepares Mayor’s Permit 1 minute Eloisa Joy Onarce/Karen Claud
  Approves and Signs the  permit 1 minute Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor/

Authorized Signatory

Receive a copy of the permit Release approved permit   Eloisa Joy Patacsil/Karen Claud

 

 

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES OFFICE

  • About the Service:

The Municipal Public Employment Service Office (PESO) provides employment assistance to job seekers through referral. Career guidance and counseling are also offered to assist the applicants in going about the recruitment process in different companies.

The office offers interview tips and guides on writing resumes or application letters, among others. It also assists clients in choosing the position/ job that will match their abilities and interest.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • A. 8759 “The PESO Act of 1999”

 

  • Requirements:
    • 2 X 2 ID picture
    • Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA)
    • Barangay, Police, & Mayor’s Clearances
    • Transcript of Records/ Diploma
    • TIN, PHILHEALTH, SSS Number

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How to Avail of the Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Securing Employment Referrals

– Proceed to PESO and Get application form

for Manpower Registry and submit requirements

for employment

 

 

 

– Interview and register applicant

 

 

– Prepare referral letter to prospected Employer

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

3 minutes

 

 

 

Sandra Divina C. De Vera

 

 

Sandra Divina C. De Vera

 

Local employment applicants

Overseas employment applicants

     – SPES applicants

– Referral letter for signature (noted)

 

– Release referral letter

1 day

 

 

1 minute

Eric O. Sibuma

Municipal Mayor

 

Sandra Divina C. De Vera

Securing Livelihood Assistance/ Skills Training

Program (Organizations/Associations)

 

-Proceed to PESO and get application form for Registration

of Association/ Organizations to DOLE for accreditation

 

 

 

 

 

– Assist in filing application form for registration/

accreditation of DOLE in availing programs of the

government

 

 

 

 

 

10 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

Sandra Divina C. De Vera

 

Job Vacancy Posting (Employers)

 

– Proceed to PESO and submit Job Vacancies (Employers)

 

 

 

-Assist in posting job

Vacancies

 

 

 

3 minutes

 

 

 

Sandra Divina C. De Vera

 

 

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE

 

Job Applications

 

  • About the Service:

Applications for work at the municipal government are open to anyone provided that they meet the qualifications required for the job opening.

Job openings are posted at the municipal bulletin boards and in the local website. Applications should be submitted to the MHRMO. A Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screens applicants.

 

            PSB members are:

  • Municipal Mayor or her Chief of Staff (Chairman)
  • Sangguniang Bayan Chairman of Committee on Appropriations
  • Sangguniang Bayan Chairman of the Committee on Laws and Ordinances
  • Sangguniang Bayan Chairman on Human Rights
  • Municipal Human Resource Management Officer
  • Department Head of the department which has the vacancy
  • President of the Aringay Government Employees Cooperative (AGECO)
  • PIC Chairman

 

  • Legal Basis:
    • A. 7160
    • A. 6713

 

  • Requirements:
    • Application Letter
    • Curriculum Vitae with latest 2”x2” picture
    • Photocopy of Certificate of Eligibility/ies
    • Photocopy of Transcript of Records
    • Other supporting documents, if any

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. without noon break

 

How To Avail of The Service:

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Check with the Municipal HRMO or Civil Service bulletin for job posting     Flordeliza Yaranon
Submit Application Letter Receive Application Letter

 

 

 

Check Completeness of Requirements

2 minutes

 

 

 

5 minutes

Rowena Balangue(Admin Aide I)

 

Flordeliza Yaranon(Admin Aide I)

Submit for Preliminary Interview To conduct interview in order to assess whether applications standard (QS) requirements for the position. 20 minutes Sandra Divina C. De Vera-AOV/HRMO III
If minimum requirements are met, wait for further instruction of written notice Advise applicant to come back on a scheduled date for PSB screening 5 minutes Sandra Divina C. De Vera-AOV/HRMO III
Attend PSb Screening PSB to screen the qualified applicants 30 minutes Personnel Selection Board
Wait for notification of the result of the application and interview and date of hiring Notify applicant of the results of the PSB

 

If, applicant is hired, prepare appointment papers

  Sandra Divina C. De Vera-AOV/HRMO III

Application for Leave

  • About the Service:

Permanent and Casual local government employees are entitled to vacation and sick leave.

Employees accrue leave credits (1.2 days each for vacation and sick leave every month).

Actual leaves are deducted from these leave credits. If an employee’s leave period goes beyond the accrued credits, he/she will not be entitled to pay for the excess leave.

Applications for vacation leave must be filed at least 5 days before the leave. For sick leaves,the application must be filed immediately after an employee returns to work.

  • Legal Basis:
    • A. 7160
    • A. 6713

 

  • Requirements
    • Application for Leave (CSC Form No. 1)- 3 copies
    • In case of Sick Leave exceeding 5 days- Medical Certificate
    • If leave is 30 days or more – Clearance from money and/or property accountabilities

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. without noon break

 

 How To Avail of The Service:

Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Submit to the Respective Department Head for Approval Department head of the Concerned Employee 5 minutes Concerned Department Head
Submit Application for Leave with Requirements if necessary Review and Receive Application and; 2 minutes Rowena Balangue
Wait while application in process Compute and update leave credits in respective ledgers and approves said computation 5 minutes Rowena Balangue/ Sandra Divina C. De Vera-AOV/HRMO III
Follow up approval of leave Submit processed application forms for approval or otherwise by the Municipal Mayor 10 minutes Rowena Balangue

 

 

Issuance of the Followings: (Service Record, Certificate of Employment, & Other Certifications)

  • About the Service:

Municipal Government employees may request the MHRMO for copies of service records, certificates of employment and other certifications.

These are usually required for:

  • Salary loans and other forms of loans
  • Credit Card applications
  • Step Increment/ Promotions
  • Payment of loyalty pay
  • Retirement and terminal leave purposes
  • Employment by other firms/ agencies upon resignation from the municipal government
  • Legal Basis:
    • A. 7160
    • A. 6713
  • Requirements
    • Letter of Request
    • Service Record
    • Certificate of Employment
    • Other Certifications
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. without noon break

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/Procedures Responsible Office Maximum Response/

Waiting Time

Responsible Person (Name & Designation)
Make a request letter for service needed      
Submit said request to HRMO personnel Review request and prepare print-outs 10 minutes Flordeliza Yaranon/ Rowena Balangue
Wait while request is in process Reviews printed request and countersign 3 minutes Flordeliza Yaranon
Receives the issuance of request Forwards print out or record to the HRMO for signature 2 minutes Sandra Divina C. De Vera-AOV/HRMO III
  Release the record or certifications requested 2 minutes Rowena Balangue

 

 

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

 

Availing Aringay Police Station Services

  • About the Service:
  1. Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the protection of lives and properties;
  2. Maintain peace and order and take all necessary steps to ensure public safety;
  3. Investigate and prevent crimes, effect the arrest of criminal offenders, bring offenders to justice and assist in their prosecution;
  4. Exercise the general powers to make arrest, search and seizure in accordance with the Constitution and pertinent laws;
  5. Detain an arrested person for a period not beyond what is prescribed by law, informing the person so detained of all his rights under the Constitution;
  6. Issue licenses for the possession of firearms and explosives in accordance with law;
  7. Supervise and control the training and operations of security agencies, and to security guards and private detectives, for the practice of their possessions; and
  8. Perform such other duties and exercise all other functions as may be provided by law.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Republic Act 6975 (PNP)
  • Republic Act 8551 (PNP Reform Act of 1998)
  • Section 4, Article 2, 1987 Philippine Constitution
  • PNP Integrated Transformation Program

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability

Open 24 hours (8 am-8am)

 

  • How to Report an Incident
Applicant/ Client Office Activity Person-in-charge Duration

 

Immediately report the incident to the Police Station Gather all information relevant to the incident.

 

Respond immediately and gather all evidences.

 

Duty Investigator/

Desk Officer

(SPO1 Celestino Navalta)

 

Case to case basis

 

 

Case to case basis on the distance (3-5 minutes)

 

  In cases wherein the victim/ suspect are injured, the responding policemen will immediately rush him/her to the nearest hospital/ clinic.

 

The incident will be recorded to the Police Blotter for reference purposes.

Duty Investigator/ Desk Officer

 

 

 

 

Case to case basis (5-10 minutes)
Women/ Child abuse cases shall be immediately report to the Women and Children Protection Concerned PNCO, Social Worker and the Barangay Officials concerned. (Violation against Women and Children, RA 9344, RA 7610, RA 9262, etc.)

 

 

Respond immediately and gather all relevant information

 

Victims must undergo medical examination/ treatment

 

Apprehend the suspect/s.

 

All information will be recorded to the Police Blotter

WCPC PNCO

(Po1 Satelyn M. Espiritu)

 

WCPC PNCO

 

 

 

WCPC PNCO

 

 

 

 

3-5 mins. (Case to case basis)

 

 

15-30 mins.

 

 

 

Depend on the status of the case (Based on the prescribed period or civerd with Warrant of Arrest)

 

 

 

  • How to File a Complaint
Applicant/ Client Office Activity Person-in-charge Duration

 

Complaints on cases of unlawful acts committed may be filed by the following:

a.) Offended Party

b.) Parents/ Guardians

c.) Ascendant/ collateral relative

d.) Officer, social worker

e.) Barangay Chairman

f.) At least three concerned citizen

Investigator will get the Voluntary Sworn Statement/ Affidavit of the victim/s and all the witnesses.

 

Secure all the needed requirements/ evidences like Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Medical Certificate, Pictures, etc.

Chief of Police –

PSI Artemio Castillon Infante

 

Duty Investigator –

SPO1 Celestino Navalta

 

WCPC PNCO –

PO1 Satelyn M. Espiritu

 

 

 

Case to case basis (1-3 hrs)

 

 

 

 

 

Case to case basis

Complainants/ witnesses shall accompany by the Duty Investigator at the MTC/ Prosecutor’s Office for inquest proceeding or ordinary filing of appropriate charges against the respondent. Investigator on case will file the case to the Municipal Trial Court/ Prosecutor’s Office together with the complainant/ witnesses of the case Duty Investigator/ WCPC PNCO

 

 

1 to 3 hrs.

 

 

  • Securing Police Clearance
Applicant/ Client Office Activity Person-in-charge Duration

 

Prepare/ secure all the necessary requirements:

a. ) Barangay Clearance (2 copies)

b. ) Municipal Trial Court Clearance

c. ) Community tax Certificate

d.) One Documentary Stamp

e.) Latest 2×2 picture with white background (Pictures taken from cellular phones will not be accepted)

f.) Pay Police Clearance Fee (P50.00 for Local, P100.00 for abroad at the Municipal Treasury Office)

 

Proceed to the Police Station

Duty Clearance Clerk will type the Police Clearance

 

The Duty Investigator, Intelligence PNCO and the Chief of Police will sign the Police Clearance for its approval if there is no derogatory record or whatever record on file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue Official Reciept

 

 

 

 

Issue duly signed clearance

Clearance Clerk

 

 

Duty Investigator, Intelligence PNCO and the Chief of Police

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Melania B. Asuncion/ Cresencia G. Cariño

 

 

 

Clearance clerk

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

1 minute

 

 

BUREAU OF FIRE PROTECTION

Respond to Fire Alarms/ Emergency Calls (walk-in or call)

 

  • About the Service:

 

The Bureau of Fire Protection is the government agency responsible for the prevention, confinement and suspension of all destructive fires. The BFP is also responsible for the investigation of the causes of destructive fires, enforcement of fire-related laws and emergency medical rescue service, as the case maybe.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Old- Fire Code Section 1.101 P.D. 1185
  • New- R.A. 9514, Div. 9.00.1

 

  • Requirements:
  • Name of caller
  • Owner of establishment
  • Location of Fire
  • Type of establishment involved
  • Contact No. (if any)
  • Land mark

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Sunday

24 hours.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/procedure Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Call up Aringay Fire Station at Tel. No. (072) 7147996, and inform the BFP that its service are needed in the event of destruction fires and other emergencies to include vehicular accidents, natural calamities, and the like. 1.   Duty desk officer receives call and documents the following information:

Name of caller; location of fire; type       of fire; telephone no. of caller; time and date the call is received.

2. Desk officer alerts duty personnel thru buzzer and inform them of the location and type of emergency.

Not more than 3 minutes

 

 

 

5 minutes

On duty personnel

 

 

 

 

On duty personnel

 

 

 

  Immediately, one (1) fire truck (first run) with complete crew is dispatched to the fire scene.

3 .Desk officer, who now acts as radio/ telephone operator, informs other station and auxiliary fire brigades of the fire call. If needed, coordinate for the availability of services of the Brgy. Fire Brigade and/or Disaster Management Team in the area.

4. Upon arrival at the fire scene, the responding fire fighting tactics:

a. Size-up the situation- the fire ground commander decides the most effective plan to attack the fire.

b. Rescue operation- the conduct of removing human being/s from the involved building to a safe place.

c. Cover Exposure-o prevent the exhaustion of the fire to other parts of the involved building or separate units.

d. Confinement-the operation that requires prevention of fire from extending to uninvolved sections of the building.

e. Extinguishment-the operation that requires the attack and extinguisher of the fire.

f. Ventilation-the operation that removes smoke, gases and heated air by allowing pure air to circulate through the involved building.

g. Salvaging-the operation to protect the building and its content from unnecessary damages due to water, smoke and other elements.

h. Overhauling-the last phase of extinguishing operation and it includes the measures taken to prevent from rekindling and to leave the premises in a safe condition.

i. Pick-up- picking-up of equipment and restoring the apparatus to normal condition.

j. Post-mortem – the analysis of every phase of the operation to be held as soon as possible after the operation.

 

2.   Mopping & Overhauling

 

 

6. Fire out

 

 

7. If fire alarm status I raised to second or higher level of alarm, the official running card of fire trucks of La Union shall b followed. (pls.see Annex 2).

 

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Depends on the status of fire

 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More or less 1 hour depending on the situation

 

As need arises

 

 

 

 

On duty personnel

 

 

 

 

 

 

Responding Team Shift I & II (pls see Annex 1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Responding Team Shift I & II (pls see Annex 1)

Fire Ground Commander/SFO2 Winston P. Daus

Fire Ground Commander/SFO2 Winston P. Daus

 

 

 

Fire Arson Investigation

 

  • About the Service:

 

This service provide a throughout investigation and study of the fire incident and give further explanation and information to the client and the public.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • A. 6975 Section 50 Art. 8

 

  • Requirements:
  • Letter request for re-investigation indicating location and time of incident and other possible informations.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Sunday

24 hours

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service: 
Steps/procedure Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
1. Request Conduct of Re-investigation Desk Officer acknowledges receipt, blotter and forward to the Officer-in-Charge.

 

Upon receipt by the OIC, designated

 

Conduct Investigation

 

 

Crafting of fire investigation report

 

 

Submit report to the OIC for notifications

 

Submit final report to the office of the Provincial Fire Marshal

2 minutes

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

3 months

 

 

2 weeks

 

 

3 weeks

 

 

1 day

On duty personnel

 

 

SFO2 Winston P. Daus

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

2. Submit court order for release of re-investigation report Release report 1 day SFO2 Winston P. Daus/ FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

 

Issuance of Fire Safety Inspection Certificate for Business Establishments

 

  • About the Service:

Fire Safety Inspection Certificate is issued to all business entities/ establishments which complied all the standard requirements as mandated by the provisions under RA 9514 known as the Fire Code of the Philippines. The issuance of such determines that the establishment is safe and free from hazards.

 

  • Legal Basis:
  • Old- Fire Code Section 1.101 P.D. 1185
  • New- R.A. 9514, Div. 9.00.1

 

  • Requirements:
  • Photocopy of Billing Statement from Permits & License Office
  • Official Receipt of Fire Safety Fee
  • 1 long folder with fastener

.

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/procedure Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Submit requirements Assess requirements; inform the schedule of release of not more than 5 working days from receipt.  

 

Forward documents to the Fire Safety Inspector Inspector. Schedule for inspection.

 

Issue mission order

 

Conduct actual fire safety inspection

 

 

Make after mission report

 

 

Release Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (if complied)

Notice to violation (for completion)

5 minutes

 

 

 

1 minute

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

1-3 hours

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

5 days

On duty personnel

 

 

 

 

 

 

SFO2 Winston P. Daus

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

FO2 Nestor Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa/ SFO2 Winston P. Daus

 

Availing of Fire Safety Education

 

  • About the Service:

Fire Safety Education encompasses a wide spectrum of programs and activities presented to school children, adults, homeowners, pre-schoolers, apartment dwellers, disabled person, employees, hospitals and nursing homes staff and church/chapel service and to increase awareness, attitude, and behavior of people towards fire safety. The topics may include fire escape planning, common causes of fire and prevention measures/ safety precautions, juvenile fire settlers.

  • Legal Basis:
  • Old- Fire Code Section 1.101 P.D. 1185
  • New- R.A. 9514, Div. 9.00.1
  • Requirements:
    • Photocopy of Billing Statement from Permits & License Office
    • Official Receipt of Fire Safety Fee
    • 1 long folder with fastener
  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail Of the Service:
Steps/procedure Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Make a request letter Receive the letter and forward to the OIC, inform client to follow-up approval of request 1 day after receipt.

 

Approval of the request/ schedule the activity

2 minutes

 

 

 

 

1 day

FO2 Nestor P. Libuno/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

 

 

SFO2 Winston P. Daus

Follow-up/ confirm approval and schedule Confirms the schedule

 

 

3 minutes FO2 Nestor P. Libuno/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa
Be present in the activity on the scheduled day Lecture/ program/ administer activity

 

 

Issuance of Certificate of Cmpletion

Depends on the scheduled duration

30 minutes

FO2 Nestor P. Libuno/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa/ SFO2 Winston P. Daus

 

Issuance of Recommendations for Building Permit

 

  • About the Service:

Endorsement or recommendations from the Fire Department is a pre-requisite prior to the issuance of building permit. The Building Official will submit/endorse application for building permit with estimate, 1 set of plans and specifications subject for review by the Plans and Specifications Reviewer of the unit to set forth the standard requirements needed in the construction of the endorsed building.

  • Legal Basis:
  • PEC- Phil. Elec’l Code
  • NEC-NFPA 70: National Electrical Code

 

  • Requirements
    • Copy of 1 set of Building Plans and Specifications
    • Official Receipt of Fire Code Fee
    • Estimated Cost of Building and Construction
    • Application for Building Permit Form (filled by Building Official concerned)

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Steps/procedure Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Submit endorsement with requirements Check requirements.

Inform the schedule of release of not more than 5 working days from receipt.

Not more than 5 minutes On duty personnel
  Forward the documents to the Fire Safety Inspector. Schedule for inspection. 1 minute On duty personnel
  Issue Mission Order. 5 minutes SFO2 Winston P. Daus
  Conduct actual fire safety inspection. 1-3 hours within 4 working days from receipt FO2 Nestor P. Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa
  Make after-mission report. 30 minutes within 4 working days from receipt SFO2 Nestor P. Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa
  Release Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (if complied)

Notice to correct violation (for completion)

Within 5 working days from receipt. SFO2 Winston P. Daus/ FO2 Nestor P. Libunao/ FO1 Jojie Gamboa

 

COMPLAINTS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND COMMENDATIONS

Addressing Complaints/ Recommendation

 

  • About the Service:

 Clienteles may convey dissatisfactions or complaints on services rendered by personnel’s or officials by filling up prescribed forms.

 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

 

  • How To Avail of The Service:
Applicant/ Client

 

Responsible Office It will take Persons

Responsible

Secure and fill up complaints/ recommendation form Give a form upon request by client

 

2 minutes On duty personnel

(forms are available on all offices)

Submission of complaint/ recommendation Interview and assess complaint/ recommendation 5 minute HRMO and Department/Personnel Concern
Action on complaints/ recommendations Assessment and decision     48 hours Mayor, HRMO and Department/Personnel Concern

 

 

 

Commendation

 

  • About the Service:

Clienteles may convey commendation for honest, efficient and courteous personnel’s or officials by filling up prescribed forms. 

  • Schedule of Service Availability:

Monday – Friday

8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

  • How To Avail of The Service:

 

Steps/procedure Responsible Office Maximum Response/Waiting Time Responsible Person(Name & Designation)
Secure and fill up commendation form Give a form upon request by client

 

2 minutes On duty personnel

(forms are available on all offices)

Submission of commendation form Interview and assess commendation 5 minute HRMO and Department/Personnel Concern
Action on commendation Assessment and decision 48 hours Mayor, HRMO and Department/Personnel Concern

 

DIRECTORY OF MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES

 

HON. ERIC O. SIBUMA

Municipal Mayor

 

HON. JACQUELINE Y. CHAN

Municipal Vice Mayor

 

SANGGUNIANG BAYAN MEMBERS

 

HON. BENJAMIN O. SIBUMA

HON. MARIA ISABEL D. DIAZ

HON. RACHELL J. MARTINEZ

HON. ESTHER L. CARTAS

HON. BENEDICTO M. BACUS

HON. GENOVEVA L. OBRA

HON. TERESITA O. GARCIA

HON. RAMSEY PASCUAL D. MANGAOANG

 

HON. LORMA L. SIBUMA

ABC Federation President

 

HON. AIRA MAE S. GACHALLAN

SK Federation President

 

MAYOR’S OFFICE:

Elisa B. Parrocha                 –           Admin. Officer I

Edwin F. Ortiz                        –           Admin. Aide V
Raymond G. Garcia                –           Admin. Aide IV

Edwin Y. Gajo                        –           Admin. Aide III

Ricardo M. Mangaoang          –           Admin. Aide I

George F. Mapile                     –           Admin. Aide I

Antonio R. Noble Jr.               –           Admin. Aide I

Rowena M. Balangue             –           Admin. Aide I

Alma G. Carreon                    –           Admin. Aide I

Frank O. Sibuma                    –           Priv. Sec. II-Contractual

Julie D. San A ndres               –           Priv. Sec. II-Contractual

Romeo L. Paneda                    –           Com. Affairs Asst II-Contractual

Diosdado O. Santiago             –           Admin. Aide I-Casual

 

Edelito De Vera Gajo          –           Local DRRM Officer III/OIC-MPDC

Samson Villarosa                    –           Local DRRM Officer I

Adonis F. Rico                                    –           LDRRM-Assistant

Marsha Jovita S. Aquino        –           LDRRM-Assistant

 

Geraldine B. Gacayan             –           JOC

Karen V. Claud                       –           JOC

Eloisa Joy Patacsil                   –           JOC

Noel D. Mapalo                      –           JOC

Melda R. Garcia                     –           JOC

Jenilyn O. Madriaga               –           JOC

Edwin D. Mamaril                  –           JOC

Joseph G. Frigillana                 –           JOC

Fidel B. Bringas                      –           JOC

Luzviminda J. Dulay              –           JOC

Rinalyn M. Parrocha              –           JOC

Angelica D. Dulatre               –           JOC

Janrey F. Flores                       –           JOC

Lani D. Mangaoang               –           JOC

Anthony M. Uy                      –           JOC

Risty L. Quiñones                   –           JOC

Michael D. Dulatre                 –           JOC

Elmer Torcedo                         –           JOC

Bona De Castro                       –           JOC

Michael Moster                       –           JOC

Ludivico De Castro                 –           JOC

Patricia Mae Bernal                –           JOC

Diana Nicole Galera               –           JOC

 

 

SANGGUNIANG BAYAN OFFICE:

Sammy F. Mapanao                        –           SB Secretary

Rosita F. Delim                                   –           Adm. Aide IV

Marybel O. Camacho                          –           Adm. Aide IV

Arnel C. Parrocha                               –           Adm. Aide I

Maebelle D. Mapalo                            –           Local Legislative Staff Employee I (Casual)

Aris M. Lozano                                   –           JOC

Melencio M. Santos                            –           JOC

 

MPDC OFFICE:

Edelito D. Gajo                                –           OIC-MPDC

Lee Elmer D. Carandang                    –           Adm. Aide IV

Alma D. Franco                                  –           JOC

Jessica A. Tucay                                 –           JOC

Jude G. Rico                                        –           JOC

Ramon Emmanuel S. Medriano         –           JOC

 

BUDGET OFFICE:

Elvira D. Pajo                                  –           Municipal Budget Officer

Ellen Cecilia B. Jacla                           –           Admin. Aide IV

Mariza B. Quiñones                           –           JOC

 

HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT. OFFICE:

Sandra Divina C. De Vera              –           Adm. Officer V/HRMO III

Aurora C. Ruiz                                   –           Adm. Assistant II

Flordeliza B. Yaranon                         –           Adm. Aide I

Lilibeth A. Juloya                                –           JOC

 

ACCOUNTING OFFICE:

Ernesto D. Cariño, CPA                  –           Mun. Accountant

Marko Agustus R. Estino                   –           Admin. Assistant II

William H. Frigillana                         –           Admin Aide IV

Gene F. Mamaril                                 –           Admin Aide I (Casual)

Jocelyn B. Ninobla                               –           JOC

Elleene Joy D. Uychoco                      –           JOC

Camille Garlejo                                   –           JOC

Stephanie L. Dulay                             –           JOC

 

TREASURY OFFICE:

Erlinda L. Frigillana                        –           Mun. Treasurer

Arnulfo M. Medriano                         –           Asst. Mun. Treasurer

Cresencia G. Cariño                            –           Local Rev. Coll. Officer I

Erwin Ferdinand A. Barba                 –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Irene M. Gonzales                               –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Ricardo M. Dulay                               –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Leonardo M. Cabanas Jr.                    –           Adm. Aide I

Jose S. Bernal                                      –           Market Inspector I

Marilyn Thelma D. Milanes               –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Melania B. Asuncion                          –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Maricel E. Boado                                –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Ria P. Balangue                                  –           Rev. Coll. Clerk I

Leonardo C. Deliña                             –           Adm. Aide I

Joadeline Therese A. Flora                  –           Adm. Aide I

Roma Carla B. Mamaril                      –           JOC

Alan D. Castro                                   –           JOC

Raul A. Picar                                      –           JOC

Garry R. Asuncion                             –           JOC

Mary Jane T. Trinidad                        –           JOC

Alberto R. De Castro                          –           JOC

Edgar R. Cabradilla                            –           JOC

Edwin M. Paneda                               –           JOC
Ruel D. Ugay                                      –           JOC

Rogelio G. Javier                                 –           JOC

Rusthy Augosto P. Rondina               –           JOC

Moises R. Dolorso                               –           JOC

Germilito N. Mina                              –           JOC

Evelyn Dulay                                      –           JOC

Ramcy L. Caoile                                  –           JOC

Van Daryll A. Abad                           –           JOC

Christian F. Subang                           –           JOC

Jimmy Cachero                                   –           JOC

 

CEMETERY:

Pablito T. Rulloda                               –           Cemetery Caretaker

 

ASSESSOR’S OFFICE:

Engr. Nemesio M. Frigillana          –           Mun. Assessor

Efren L. Frigillana                              –           Assessment Clerk I

Maricel Z. Cacanindin                       –           JOC

Igmedio Al S. Bernardo                      –           JOC

 

MSWD OFFICE:

Teresita D. Wong                             –           Mun. Social Welfare Development Officer I

Menchie C. Bitabit                              –           Social Welfare Assistant

Virginia C. Rullan                              –           Day Care Worker I

Zoraida B. Dulatre                              –           Day Care Worker I

Reanne Sevidal                                    –           JOC

 

MCR OFFICE:

Laida G. Rico                                   –           Mun. Civil Registrar

Marilyn A. Robles                              –           Adm. Aide I

Jinkie Paneda                                      –           JOC

Ma. Jhoanne Deleña                            –           JOC

Mariel Grace Peralta                           –           JOC

ENGINEERING OFFICE:

Engr. Noel D. Mamaril                    –           Mun. Engineer

Tessie Gatchalian                                –           Eng’g. Aide

Ernan I. Ugay                                     –           JOC

Rodolfo S. Cantorna Jr.                       –           JOC

Domingo Tira Jr.                                –           JOC

Joeffrey Mangaoang                            –           JOC

Preciosa San Pedro                             –           JOC

Roy Anthony Magno                          –           JOC

Cirilo Mangaoang Jr.                          –           JOC

Mark Anthony Fangon                       –           JOC

Marikon E. Mangaoang                     –           JOC

Ojel Jan Magno                                  –           JOC

Melecio Lozano                                   –           JOC

Nestor A. Nimuan                              –           JOC

Romeo B. Cariño                                 –           JOC

John Virgel Calub                               –           JOC

Amario Carreon                                  –           JOC

Samuel Batario                                    –           JOC

Jesson Bernardo                                  –           JOC

Leo Dulay                                            –           JOC

Dario Duquesa                                    –           JOC

Maureen Gonzales                              –           JOC

Albert Jasper Pajo                               –           JOC

AGRICULTURE OFFICE:

Manuel A. Ugaban Jr.                      –           Mun. Agricultural Officer

Ronaldo G. Lozano                             –           Slaughterhouse Master II

Demetrio D. Diaz Jr.                          –           Agricultural Technologist

Ailen A. Flores                                    –           Agricultural Technologist

Tarcela Q. Munar                               –           Agricultural Technologist

Benjamin Magno                                –           Agricultural Technologist

Enrique Yaranon                                –           JOC

Elizabeth Carreon                               –           JOC

Gilbert Magno                                    –           JOC

Martin Banan                                     –           JOC

Julieto Carreon                                    –           JOC

Joseph Frigillana                                 –           JOC

Fernando Dacoco                                –           JOC

Edgar Perez                                         –           JOC

HEALTH OFFICE:

Dr. Armando P. Avena                    –           Municipal Health Officer

Jonathan D. Aludino                          –           Nurse II

Antonette F. Bambico                         –           Nurse II

Teodora D. Arizala                             –           Midwife II

Jennifer C. Bartolo                              –           Midwife II

Gloria R. Bautista                               –           Midwife II

Melendre B. Nimuan                          –           Sanitation Inspector I

Sherwin B. Guya Sr.                          –           JOC

Clarence Asprin                                  –           JOC

Phillipp John San Andres                   –           JOC

Monica Villa Samson                         –           JOC

Menchie A. Magno                             –           JOC

Annie Dacanay                                   –           JOC

Joan Neverida                                      –           JOC

Shirley Marie L. Argueza                   –           JOC

Jerrymie Obrique                                 –           JOC

Sharina Mapanao                               –           JOC

Rubelyn Santiago                               –           JOC

Rosalia Manangan                              –           JOC

Jeffrey Medina                                     –           JOC

Janet Abubo                                        –           JOC

Liezl L. Casanova                                –           JOC

Julie Ann Gaceta                                –           JOC

Shieladele Marie Dulay                      –           JOC

 

RHU (Provincial)

Virginia Cañero                                  –           Midwife II

Juvy Yaranon                                      –           Midwife II

Lani B. Nimuan                                  –           Midwife II

Jefferson Burgonio                              –           Sanitation

Jeffy Cacanindin                                 –           Sanitation

Ma. Encarnacion Olarte                     –           Sanitation

 

COMELEC OFFICE:

Leonora A. Dulay                             –           Election Officer II

Marivic E. Cudal                                –           Admn. Aide I

Ronaloe Dulay                                    –           JOC

 

DILG OFFICE:

Iszel O. Guray                                  –           MLGOO

 

POPCOM OFFICE:

Sonia A. Caldito                              –           Mun. POPCOM Officer

 

BIR OFFICE:

Alex M. Calpotura                           –           Revenue Officer

 

COA OFFICE:

Michael D. Basa                               –           State Auditor IV

Janica Joy Ballada

Florence Dulay                                   –           State Auditor I

Cherry Villanueva                              –           Admin Aide IV

 

POST OFFICE:

Ma. Leah K. Hernandez                   –           Postmaster

Edwin V. Doctolero                            –           Postman

Samilito Cacanindin                           –           Contractual

 

MUNICIPAL TRIAL COURT:

Judge Mary Jane Bomowey-Salupen-       Mun. Trial Judge

Alberto N. Rivera                               –           Clerk of Court

Rowena A. Quiñones                          –           Court Interpreter

Leticia A. De Larna                            –           Court Stenographer

Ednalyn T. Aromin                            –           Court Stenographer

Glenda L. Dulay                                 –           Court Stenographer

Mario Pumares                                   –           Clerk II

Guillermo E. Ventenilla                      –           Junior Process Server

Ramon A. Pascua                               –           Utility Worker

 

OFFICE OF THE SENIOR CITIZENS AFFAIRS:

Aida A. Villajuan                             –           OSCA Head

Gloria R. Orpia                                   –           Federation President

Josefina B. Halog                                 –           Staff

Guadalupe C. Salting                         –           Staff

 

STAC 5:

Delfin Cavinta                                 –           President

Virginia Cubi                                      –           Vice Prsident

Cecilia Hidalgo                                    –           Secretary

Consolacion Rivera                             –           Auditor

Josephine Cavinta                               –           Asst. Auditor

Sheryl A. Pimentel                              –           Physical Therapist

Donalyn Cavinta                                –           SPED Teacher

 

 

 

 

DSWD FO1 PANTAWID

Gloria T. Dacanay                              –           Municipal Link

Flora Esperanza A. Tabligan              –           Municipal Link

Roewell G. Ganaban                           –           Municipal Link

Joanne G. Hombrobueno                     –           SWA

Noel D. Mapalo                                  –           LGU Link

Dylan Thor Espenilla                          –           MCCT-IP

Mary Grace Pabbay                            –           PDO-SLP

LJ Oasan                                             –           MRB

 

BJMP OFFICE:

Insp. Antonio R. Cruz, Sr.              –           Officer-in-Charge

SJO2 Guillermo R. Gonzales              –           Assistant Jail

                                                                        Warden/VESJ

SJO2 Ligaya B. Veloria                       –           Jail Nurse/Searcher

SJO2 Victorino A. Mangaoang          –           C,IWDO

SJO1 Henry B. Boado                         –           Unit Intel/Investigator

SJO1 Jose A. Imatong                         –           Food Supervisor

JO1 Benny A. Arellano                       –           Paralegal Officer/SAO

JO1 Rica R. Briones                            –           Admin./OPNS

                                                                        NCJO/Searcher

BFP OFFICE:

SFO1 Estanislao N. Temblor        

FO3     Jonathan C. Domingo

FO1     Geraldine G. Coplanga

FO1     Eugene G. Boadilla

FO1     Federico P. Dela Merced

FO1     Steven M. Mangaoang

FO1     Cyrus Angelo T. Mamaril

FO1     Billy A. Lopez Jr.

NUP Mario M. Tantiado

 

PNP:

PSINSP Daniel B. Banan

PINSP Joel A. Soriano

SPO4 Glenn A. Padan

SPO4 Chito R. Villanueva

SPO2 Camilo C. Gachallan

SPO2 Renato D. Foronda, Jr.

SPO2 Gabriel L. Lagao

SPO2 Arlan B. Peralta

SPO2 Leoffrey S. Sapi

SPO1 Maria Lourdes C. Menor

PO3 Ronald M. Colcol

PO3 Maricar G. Organista

PO2 Edwin S. Alterado

PO2 Paul John D. Arenas

PO2 Bonifacio D. Dacanay

PO2 Renato N. Laron

PO2 Madelyn P. Navarro

PO2 Michael Leuben C. Pascua

PO2 Sanshine M. Lozano

PO2 Jefferson O. Qaquera

PO2 Jonathan M. Caburian

PO2 Arnel F. Nieva

PO2 Ryan E. Ponce

PO2 Bernalyn J. Ponce

PO2 Robert L. Villanueva

PO1 Dionisio R. Añiz

PO1 Rodrigo R. Suguitan Jr.

PO1 Romel B. Albay

PO1 Jennifer D. Algayan

PO1 William D. Argame

PO1 Flora Mae L. Bautista

PO1 Salvador B. Chan Jr.

PO1 Rochelle N. Delos Reyes

PO1 Michael G. Diaz

PO1 Jessie G. Dulay

PO1 Geraldine A. Marigza

PO1 Les Wilbur P. Noe

PO1 Roderick D. Ollero

PO1 Maribel R. Parrocha

PO1 Vergie M. Quilates

PO1 Rizalie N. Romero

PO1 Manilyn G. Rulloda

NUP Sheila M. Castro

NUP Irene W. Musico

NUP Mark Anthony O. Orodio

NUP Adela Geraldine T. Pumares

 

BANNUAR-ARINGAY CHAPTER

 Evelyn M. Dulay                               –           President

Delilah M. Dualy                                –           Vice President

Kathlene Claire B. Gunnawa             –           Treasurer

Vilma C. Flores                                   –           Bus. Manager

Evangeline C. Quezada                      –           Member