Health Declaration Form

As a precautionary measure by the City of Baguio against the transmission of COVID-19, pursuant to Proclamation No. 922, dated 8 March 2020, and the Section 16 of the Local Government Code

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Covid-19 Monitoring

City of Baguio real-time monitoring of Covid-19 Cases.

Covid-19 Hotlines

Telephone:(074) 442-1900 (074) 442-1905 (074) 661-1455

Cellular: Globe(0927) 628-0798 Smart(0999) 678-4335

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Economic Stimulus Package

2020 Baguio Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy - Economic Stimulus Package (BRAVE-ESP)

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Latest News and Events

City veterinarian assures public of fish, meat safety

8 July 2020 – City Veterinarian Dr. Brigit Piok, June 6, assured Baguio residents fish and meat products they buy from the Baguio City Public Market are “safe, sound, clean and [fit] for human consumption”.

During the meeting of city managers, Monday, she guaranteed her office is doing its best to ensure health and safety of the people of Baguio by conducting regular inspections at the market.

Public Statement Of Mayor Benjie Magalong

MY Fellow Citizens: Please accept my very best wishes for your continued good health and safety in these troubled times.

Baguio remains under Modified General Community Quarantine. This is as it should be. And this will be strictly imposed.

A year ago, I stood before our people at the hallowed grounds of City Hall. Today, I appear before you in somewhat less exuberant times, but confident just the same. Where we stood a year ago may have changed, but the place to reiterate what we have solemnly swore to do remains.

Mayor offers to make talks with communist rebels

July 02 – Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong offered to make peace with the communist rebels in the Cordillera for the realization of the government’s overall aim of achieving lasting peace in the countryside.

SM, Robinsons contend for P6B market development project

01 July 2020 – The contention for the P6 billion development of the city’s public market has been confined to two rival companies-based n the evaluation of the Public private Partnership for the People (P4) screening committee.

City Administrator Bonifacio dela Peña, who chairs the P4 screening committee, informed members of the City Council during last Monday’s regular session that the approved modality of the proposed multi-billion market development project will be lease contract where the contenders had been confined to SM Prime holdings and Robinsons Land Corporation.

Lessors urged to waive rent of students

30 June 2020 – The City Council, during last Monday’s regular session, requested lessors of boarding houses, dorms, bed spaces, and apartments in the city to consider waiving the rental payments of their student renters who have not occupied their rented spaces during the entirety of the Luzonwide enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) and the general community quarantine (GCQ) implementation.

Refund of hotel, restaurant reservations pushed

30 June 2020  – The City Council, during last Monday’s regular session, requested hotels, restaurants and other similar establishments in the city who have pending reservations for room accommodations, function halls for events such as weddings and baptisms among others to consider the same automatically cancelled due to the wrath of the Corona Virus disease COVID) 2019 global pandemic.

Agencies, Barangays told to remove dangerous trees

June 30 – The City Council, during last Monday’s regular session, urged the city’s 128 barangays, together with the City Engineering Office (CEO), the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO), the Cordillera offices of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-CAR) and the Department of Public works and Highways (DPWH-CAR), to inspect all trees in their respective jurisdiction and identify those that pose danger and to take appropriate actions to prevent the occurrence of future accidents.

P6 million earmarked for Baguio’s tourism promotion, marketing

BAGUIO CITY July 01 – The Baguio Tourism Council (BTC) adopted and endorsed to the State-owned Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) the list of tourism promotion and marketing projects that will be funded by the more or less P6 million that had been earlier earmarked for the said endeavor.

The members of the BTC Board of Directors chaired by businesswoman Gladys Vergara-de Vera and co-chaired by Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong unanimously approved the list of tourism promotion and marketing projects during a special meeting held at the City Mayor’s Office Monday morning.

Baguio faces P400-million in tax shortfall this year

The City Treasury Office, July 1, bared city coffers stand to fall short by P400-million this year.

This, as measures to contain the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) continue to hound local and global markets.

City Treasurer Alex Cabarrubias said, the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) only remitted P80-million from January to June this year.

With half the year gone by, it seems unlikely that the projected P220-million PEZA share for the whole year may be realized.

Boarding houses, accommodation establishment owners reminded on Smoke Free measure

3 July 2020 – Owners of local boarding houses and accommodation establishments are reminded to strictly adhere to the Smoke Free Baguio Ordinance on top of maintaining health and sanitation standards provided under the Sanitation Code of the Philippines and Department of Tourism regulations.