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As a precautionary measure by the City of Baguio against the transmission of COVID-19, pursuant to Proclamation No. 922, dated 8 March 2020, and the Section 16 of the Local Government Code

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Economic Stimulus Package

2020 Baguio Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy - Economic Stimulus Package (BRAVE-ESP)

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Latest News and Events

Magalong marks first year in office with a vow to pursue agenda despite challenges

0 July 2020 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong marked his first year in office with a vow to pursue the development agenda for the city despite the challenges posed by the Coronavirus health crisis.

In his address during City Hall’s first flag-raising ceremonies since the quarantine was imposed held July 6 at Burnham Park, the mayor said there is no straying out of the course he set for his three-year journey as chief executive despite the challenging times.

Baguio City sets up new web domain to share contact tracing tool to other LGUs

July 8, 2020 – The Baguio City Government has set up a new web domain that will enable it to share its Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) data collection tool with other local government units in the country.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong told the Management Committee meeting July 7 that the Dept. of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has approved the city’s application for a new domain that can be utilized by LGUs interested to set up their own information system to aid them in data collection, real-time monitoring and management of COVID-19 cases.

City to launch contactless fare collection system

July 7, 2020 – The contactless and cashless fare collection system will be launched in Baguio City by the City Government and a payment solutions company at the City Hall flag raising rites on July 13.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong and SquidPay Technology Inc. Chief Operating Officer/President Enrico Tamayo are also set to sign the Memorandum of Agreement to formalize the terms of the program.

Bars to wait out curfew, tourist restrictions before reopening

July 5, 2020 - Owners of night establishments admitted they might have to wait for quarantine restrictions to ease up before they can go back to business.

In a consultation called upon by Mayor Benjamin Magalong held July 3, bar owners said that reopening their businesses while curfew and tourist restrictions are still in effect would be impractical.

They however agreed to begin preparing for their eventual reoperation by submitting their proposed operation guidelines compliant with the minimum health standards for COVID-19 control and prevention.

“Bidding for P6-billion market development is still open” – P4

10 July 2020 - City Administrator Bonifacio Dela Peña, July 6, allayed fears the public market development project is “good as done” with either of the named mall giants standing to earn the city’s nod to bury the time capsule.

Speaking before the City Council, he said companies from different part of the country with proven track record in putting up markets of the same magnitude can still participate in the bidding for the P6-billion project through the required “Swiss challenge”.

City lays down qualifications for stimulus package

10 July 2020 - The city’s economic stimulus package for micro and small enterprises is good to go.

The City Council, July 6, approved guidelines for the implementation of “Baguio’s Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy – Economic Stimulus Package” (BRAVE-ESP).

BRAVE-SP is a loan facility introduced by the city government to mitigate the crippling impact of quarantine measures on local businesses.

1,171-city folks benefit from DOLE cash aid program

10 July 2020 - The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) extended aid to 1,171-Baguio residents whose sources of income were crippled by quarantine measures preventing spread of the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Dubbed “Tulong Pangkabuhayan para sa ating Disadvantaged and Displaced Workers”, each of the beneficiaries received P3,500 for 10-days of work under the “Barangay Ko, Bahay Ko” sanitation program.

Dads express gratitude to COVID-19 ops donors

8 July 2020 - The Baguio City government thanked those who contributed to the cause of containing spread of the Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019; donated needed equipment to frontliners; and, aided those whose lives were adversely affected by national quarantine measures.

In City Council Resolution No. 373, series of 2020 signed by Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong, the city’s top officials named private groups and individuals who likewise augmented the city’s funds and resources.

Irisan to pilot ‘Smart Baguio’ app

9 July 2020 – Don’t look now but the most populated barangay in the City of Baguio is going to experience “e-governance” ahead of the others.

Representatives of Information Technology Business Solutions (ITBS), July 7, met with city and barangay reps to lay groundwork for the piloting of the “Smart Baguio City In My Pocket” (Smart Baguio) app in Barangay Irisan.

During a meeting at City Hall, ITBS information technology head Melquiades Barin and Irisan barangay kagawad Jennifer Dinangan agreed, the challenge now is how to convince residents to register in the system.

SK programs vs. illegal drugs grind to a halt due to COVID-19

9 July 2020 - In the heels of Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) guidelines limiting minors below 21-years old from leaving their homes, it appears a local anti-drug information-education campaign for the youth is likewise going to be shelved for the meantime.

During the City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC) meeting at City Hall, Baguio City ex officio Councilor Levy Lloyd Orcales bared, the Sangguniang Kabataan Federation (SKF) programs for the youth, are now shelved to protect minors from the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).