All inbound travelers

All inbound travelers shall register online at and upload documentray requirements as listed in the new advisory. (See advisory)

Online Registration Form

For Tourists

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

Schedule a Visit

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
Baguio City Public Information Office

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.

Download App

Vaccination Masterlisting




Baguio City Health Services Office

See Vaccination Schedule

City Library Office


Create a society whose citizenry are well-informed and enlightened ho will become more responsible and productive partners in nation building.



To continually update our library collection in terms of book, newspapers, periodicals and non-print materials acquire the latest state of the art audio-visual equipment on information technology and the internet for global and easier access to information from all corners of the world.



The Baguio City Library was organized before World War II and was housed at the one-story building of the Post Office. 

In 1946, the Library was transferred to the Old Zigzag Apartments along Harrison Road facing Burnham Park. 

Thereafter, the Library was moved to the Stone Building at the Plaza Market, then, to the present site of the Philippine Telephone System and to the Old City Auditorium until a devastating 1990 killer earthquake, thus, the Quonset Building (Old City Auditorium) was not spared.

On January 1993, the Library had to move to the City Hall at the former Sala of Regional Courts which the later was transferred to the Justice Hall.

Through the initiative of the City Government  of Baguio, the former Mila Sol Complex was given as the transfer site and with the seed money of 12.5 million yen donated by  the City of Wakkanai, Hokkaido, Japan through the Baguio City (Host) Lions Club, the Baguio City Library was built and was inaugurated on April 29,1998.

On  September 1, 2001, in time with the celebration of the City’s Charter Day, the three (3) floors  annex building of the library was added.

The Baguio City Library as envisioned is here to stay as a permanent location and with a building designed to foster an ambience conducive to study and research. 



1. Reference Services

2. Readers Advisory

3. Storytelling

4. Book Mobile Service

5. Library Orientation



1. Children Section

2. Periodical

3. Theses and Dissertations

4. GAD Section (Gender and Development)

5. Chinese Corner

6. American Shelf

7. Blind Section

8. Filipiniana Section

9. Local History Section

10. Reference Section

11. Textbook Section

12. Internet Section

13. Law Section