City Development and Planning Department
Driven by an inspiration and dedication to improve people’s lives, the City Planning and Development Department envisions itself as a champion on participatory planning and development.
We are committed towards making a difference in promoting sustainable development through a well-coordinated, effective and efficient development planning.
Promote people participation in the formulation and preparation of development plans and policies for consideration of the City Development Council
Transparency – provide free flow of appropriate, reliable and relevant information to the public
Ethical – uphold conduct and ethic standards set for a public servant
Credibility – maintain an environment that raises honesty and truthfulness in the delivery of public service
Accountability – decision-making subject to full public disclosure to maintain public confidence
Efficiency, Effectiveness and Responsiveness – focus on doing what it does best to deliver intended results and effect a more systematic and rational distribution of resources to its constituent
Empowerment and Gender Equity– focus on doing what it does best to deliver intended results and effect a more systematic and rational distribution of resources to its constituent
Path Finder – steer the city towards development by providing a clear and coherent policy framework
Trail Blazer – facing the challenge of global competition to pave the way for more opportunities
Think Tank – exceptional use of existing resources to effect significant increases in productivity
- Comprehensive Development Plan
- Medium Term Investment Plan
- Annual Investment Plan
- Comprehensive Land Use Plan
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS
- Solid Waste Management Plan
- Traffic Management Plan
- Environment Plan
- Climate Change Adaptation Plan
- Local Road Network Improvement Plan
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANS
- Trade and Industry Development Plan
- Tourism Plan
- Small and Medium Enterprise Plan
- City Investment and Incentive Plan
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS
- Shelter Plan
- Gender and Development Plan
- Integrated Area Community Public Safety Plan
- Local Development Plan for Children
- Plan for the Elderly
- Nutrition Action Plan
- Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan
- Local Poverty Reduction Action Plan
- City Investment Plan for Health
- Comprehensive Juvenile Intervention Plan
- Capacity Development Plan
- Annual Revenue Generation Plan
- Information and Communication Technology Plan
- Executive Legislative Agenda Plan
How can we acquire baseline data and information?
Proceed to the City Planning and Development Department and fill out the request form indicating the type of data/ information needed.
Do we have to bring our own storage media?
Researchers have to provide their own storage media (e.g. flash drive, writable CD-ROM etc.) for transfer of requested data/ information.
Is the data request free of charge?
All data request are free of charge, however, photocopying and storage media provision is at the expense of the researcher.
Can it be facilitated through electronic mail?
FOR BDP PROCESSING
Who can process the Annual Barangay Development Plan (BDP)?
Only Barangay Officials are permitted to transact and process the BDP.
What are the requirements in processing the BDP?
The accomplished development plans and all corresponding attachments pertinent to the projects proposals (e.g. Barangay Resolution, Certificate of Non-Obstruction, Bill of Materials/ Listing and Cost Estimates of Items to be purchased, Location Plan of Projects, Illustration/ Drawing/ Dimension/ Brief of Description of Projects, Building Permit, Post Evaluation Report of all projects (include actual photographs – before and after) should be presented for evaluation.
Ms. AURORA C. CIEGO
City Planning and Development Coordinator
Tel. No. 288-8811 Loc. 2247