Baguio City’s contact tracing methodology for Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continued to make wa
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Once idle spaces transformed into productive food sources by participants of the Baguio S
Mayor Benjamin Magalong vows to realize projects despite pandamic during the flag raising ceremo
Mayor Benjamin B.
Instead of commercial pesticide, an urban gardener, like many who joined the Baguio Survival Gard
The City of Baguio is now accepting Special Permit Applications for Delivery/errand servi
This is a joint effort of the OMS and the Business Taxes and Fees Division (BTFD) of the City Tre
CEPMO Conducted its regular activity of trimming balete trees at Session Road.
Thank you to the following donors:PGI Globe - face shields and ascorbic acid
May 6, 2020 - The final inspection and turn-over of Baguio Convention Center Ren
A police officer uses a megaphone to drive away vehicles that cause traffic build-up along major
City Administrator Bonifacio Dela Peña leads the inspection of proposed locations of on-site and
Five bars along Assumption Road were suspended and closed Feb.
Mayor Benjie Magalong and City Administrator Engr.
Students from Phases Learning Center showcased their talent in music during the Monday Flag Raisi
Ten (10) Dualtron Eagle Pro Electric Scooters were received last February 24, 2020 by the City of
The City Government awarded Ms. Aurelia D.
Telco Companies are given 180 Days in cleaning up loose or dangling wires.
This year’s carpet of flowers landscaping exhibition and competition of the Baguio Flower Festiva
Mayor Benjamin Magalong continue his routine to inspect infrastructure projects in the city to e
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3. Weekly Agenda
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5. List of Committees and its members
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9. Total approved resolutions per year
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12. Committee Referrals
15. Sessions conducted
16. No sessions
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