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Latest News and Events

PUT UP OF P392M YOUTH CONVERGENCE CENTER TO BE BIDDED OUT SOON

23 February 2021 – The proposed construction of the P392 million youth convergence center within the Baguio Athletic Bowl will be bided out by the local government by the end of March or early April to pave the way for its realization.

CITY ADDS MORE COVID-19 VACCINATION SITES

24 February 2021 – While the city government awaits the arrival of life-saving coronavirus disease 2019 vaccines, it continues to bolster the number of vaccination sites as part of its vaccine deployment and immunization action plan.

In Tuesday’s management committee meeting of city officials at Baguio Convention Center led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, health services offices (HSO) head Dr. Rowena Galpo said that other than the University of Baguio gymnasium, three more field vaccination sites have been added.

UPDATE ON TITLING OF CITY PROPERTIES, PRESENTED

27 February 2021 – Several of the city government’s real properties are currently in different stages of the titling process for special patent applications at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-city office according to General Services Office head Eugene Buyucan.

In Tuesday’s management committee meeting of city officials at Baguio Convention Center led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Buyucan said the process is being undertaken by his office’s asset and property management division.

WATER PRIORITIZATION POLICY IN CITY, URGED

24 February 2021 – As the Summer Capital finds itself in the throes of an impending water shortage, a planning official is pushing for the deployment of a water prioritization policy and requiring water-intensive local businesses and industries to use water-saving technologies.

In Tuesday’s management committee meeting of city officials at Baguio Convention Center led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, City Planning and Development Officer Archt. Donna Rillera Tabangin said that a “listahang tubig” should also be completed and domestic water saving protocols advocated.

DECOMMISSIONED IRISAN DUMPSITE SLOWLY TURNING INTO AN ECOPARK

23 February 2021 – The former Irisan garbage dumpsite shall be an environmental-friendly ecology park in a few months, General Services Officer Eugene Buyucan announced during the management committee meeting last week.

A marked improvement of the area from the past years is noticeable with walls, paved road, cement pathways, a parking space on-going improvement, thriving greenery on terraces, trees, and a few huts for shade. Recyclables have been utilized as planting materials along available areas, it was observed.

CITY FAST-TRACKS PRE-REGISTRATION OF COVID-19 VACCINE PRIORITY RECIPIENTS

Feb. 24, 2021 – The City Government through the City Health Services Office is fast-tracking pre-registration activities (profiling and master listing) of priority sectors in line to receive the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines in preparation for the implementation of the National COVID-19 Vaccine Immunization Deployment Program in the city.

The CHSO set Feb. 28 as deadline for the pre-registration of priority groups like the senior citizens and uniformed personnel.

COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM EYED TO ADDRESS INCREASED SUICIDE, DEPRESSION CASES IN BAGUIO

Feb. 25, 2021 - A comprehensive mental health care and wellness system will soon be crafted as the city's response to the "alarming cases of depression and suicides in the city and neighboring municipalities," Coun. Joel Alangsab announced on Feb. 22.

Alangsab said Mayor Benjamin Magalong is poised to sign a city council ordinance which the alderman co-authored with Sangguniang Kabataan Coun. Levy Lloyd Orcales to establish a mental health program that aims among others to provide cheap if not free medicines and access to amenities to the affected sector.

CITY TO REVOKE PERMITS OF ERRING CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

Feb. 25, 2021 - The city government will revoke the work resumption permits of construction companies that do not adhere to the minimum health and safety standards against Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

This after inspections showed that some companies and their workers tended to be complacent about the health measures as their work progressed.

NIGHT MARKET RESUMES

Feb. 23, 2021 - Night market operations in Baguio City resumed Feb. 24 after a three-week hiatus caused by the city's return to General Community Quarantine (GCQ) status.

Stricter protocols were adopted to comply with GCQ restrictions.

Vending time will be from 8 to 11.30 PM with 30 minutes allotted prior and after for preparations and packing up.

Only 352 stalls (304 dry goods and 48 food) will be allowed to operate representing 1/3 of the original number of concessionaires to allow more spaces and avoid crowding.

CiITY EASES UP SOME PROTOCOLS AMID GCQ

Feb. 24, 2021 - Baguio City eased up some of its quarantine restrictions amid its General Community Quarantine (GCQ) status.

This is in preparation for gradually increasing the operational capacity of permitted industries in the city within the limits allowed by the national government.

In Executive Order No. 24, Series of 2021 issued Feb. 21 by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, curfew time was adjusted to 12am to 4am while liquor ban hours was shortened to 10pm to 10am.

This took effect last Feb. 22.