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All inbound travelers shall register online at https://hdf.baguio.gov.ph/ and upload documentray requirements as listed in the new advisory. (See advisory)

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For non-residents who wish to come and visit Baguio for leisure purposes, please register to our Visitor Information and Travel Assistance (VISITA)

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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) 628-0498, 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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Baguio In My Pocket

Baguio in my pocket is a collection of applications that aims to promote an e-government ecosystem of hands-free transactions, citizen data management, contact tracing and other essential services for the people of Baguio City.

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P1.9 Billion City Budget Passed on 3rd Reading

 December 21, 2020  - The City Council, approved on third and final reading an ordinance appropriating the amount of P1.904.4 billion as the city’s annual budget for next year.

Under the proposed 2021 annual budget, the sources of revenues for programmed expenditures include tax revenues – P422,120,000; non-tax revenue – P350,310,000; share from the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) – P125,000,000; share from Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) – P1,004,552,458; and share from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) – P2,500,000.

The expenditures programmed in next year’s budget include personal services account for 45.19 percent or P640,592,000; maintenance and other operating expenses followed with 38.13 percent or P726,110,458; capital outlay was provided with 1.13 percent or P21,555,000; development fund was allotted 10.55 percent or P201,000,000; and disaster risk reduction and management fund was provided with 5 percent or P95,225,000.

Further, the city’s proposed 2021 annual budget is categorized into sectors defined under the pertinent provisions of the Local Government Code as general services which was earmarked 42.71 percent or P813,384,000; economic services that was allocated 23.73 percent or P451,861,000; social services was provided with 18.01 percent or P343,012,458 and other services that was allocated P15.55 percent or P296,225,000.

The highlights of next year’s proposed budget include full provision of the statutory obligations for the second tranches of the Salary Standardization Law (SSL) II, including the upgrading of the entry level of nurse positions to Salary Grade 15 pursuant to budget circulars; full provision for mandatory appropriations for the 5 percent city disaster risk reduction and management fund and the 20 percent development fund; imposition of budget cuts on maintenance and other operating expenses by 11 percent across all departments but the same will not compromise responsive and prompt delivery of basic services; the identification of priorities under the Annual Investment Plan (AIP) that support the present administration\s 16-point core agenda and the department budgets proposed are guided by prudence and aligned with the city’s development goals with bias to respond to the Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 and similar occurrences.

In his budget message, Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong stated the 2021 proposed annual budget is 15.54 percent lower than this year’s P2.255 billion budget which is inevitable, although it might be a temporary setback.

The highlights of next year’s proposed budget include full provision of the statutory obligations for the second tranches of the Salary Standardization Law (SSL) II, including the upgrading of the entry level of nurse positions to Salary Grade 15 pursuant to budget circulars; full provision for mandatory appropriations for the 5 percent city disaster risk reduction and management fund and the 20 percent development fund; imposition of budget cuts on maintenance and other operating expenses by 11 percent across all departments but the same will not compromise responsive and prompt delivery of basic services; the identification of priorities under the Annual Investment Plan (AIP) that support the present administration’s 16-point core agenda and the department budgets proposed are guided by prudence and aligned with the city’s development goals with bias to respond to the Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 and similar occurrences. - Dexter A. See