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Latest News and Events

IBAGIW 2020: Month-long Festival Ends With ‘Anido’ Closing Program tomorrow

November 29 --- The spiritually uplifting Ibagiw 2020 Creative City Festival which had a full run of creative events taking place in multiple venues draws the curtains down tomorrow, November 30, 2020 with another community rouser, replicating the joyful celebration of its Grand Opener nearly four weeks ago at the Baguio Convention Center.

The ending program features another cultural presentation popularly known as Anido, ethnically

City sets guidelines for Christmas in Baguio

26 November 2020 – Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong recently issued Executive Order No. 175, series of 2020, declaring November 2020 to January 2021 as Christmas in Baguio 2020 and setting for the guidelines for the same.

He stated that the Christmas in Baguio opening program on December 1, 2020 will be a community-based activity to be implemented on a low-key approach with elements of the program broadcasted and viewed within the comfort of the homes of the residents.

Baguio tones down Christmas activities

26 November 2020 – The traditional merry-making in the city during the Yuletide season will not be as festive this year as the city government decided to tone down the activities for the month-long celebration of the Christmas in Baguio.

Supervising City Tourism Operations Officer Engr. Aloysius C. Mapalo said the city will have limited activities for the annual Christmas celebration in Baguio in view of the community quarantine protocols to prevent the possible surge in Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 cases that might compromise the city health care system

Baguio ready for inter-regional bus operations

25 November 2020 – Passengers relying on the operation of provincial buses in moving in and out of the city can avail of the inter-regional transport soon once the Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) have given the go-signal for the resumption of their operations.

Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong said that for the initial operation of inter-regional buses, only four buses from the approved routes will be allowed to enter the city as part of the efforts to gradually allow the operation of provincial buses.

City gets P13 million to improve isolation facilities

25 November 2020 – Some P13 million was earmarked by the public works department to further improve and increase the bed capacity of the city’s isolation units to ensure there will be sufficient available beds for Corona Virus Disease (COVID) patients needing required isolation.

Another Baguio centenarian honored by city

27 November 2020 – City officials honored another centenarian Verina Monchiking Fakingas, as part of the ongoing efforts of the city government to give due recognition to city residents who achieved a significant milestone in their lives.

Under Resolution No. 621, series of 2020, signed by Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong, city legislators stated that despite her age, the latest city centenarian has a reported good eyesight and she only takes Vitamin C as food supplement without any other medication.

City seeks P96.3 million anti-COVID response funds

24 November 2020 – City officials strongly endorsed to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) the list of priority programs, projects and activities of the city on anti-Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 efforts amounting to P96.3 million.

Gov’t workers told to tone down activities

24 November 2020 – City officials requested the City Human Resource Management Office (CHRMO) and the Local Government Unit–Baguio Employees Association, Inc. (LGU-BEAI) to tone down or limit the activities for the upcoming celebration of the 2020 Employees Week to comply with the Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 pandemic health protocols crafted by the inter-agency task force for the management of emerging and re-emerging infectious disease.

Completion of school construction projects pushed

24 November 2020 – City officials urged the Department of Education Cordillera and its accredited contractors to expedite the implementation of their campus renovation and building repair and construction while students are on home schooling.

Modified liquor ban and social gathering advisory issued

27 November 2020 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong last week issued Executive Order 171, series of 2020 as to social gatherings and modified liquor ban, up to Dec. 4, 2020.

Issued for the safety and welfare of the general public, the EO is anchored on Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) memorandum circular 20-52 issued Oct. 2, 2020 where the local government unit may provide guidelines on allowed operating capacity, menu, and maximum servings of alcohol beverage in dine-in and food retail establishments.