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Latest News and Events

WAR AGAINST DENGUE STILL ON

JULY 29, 2022  – Several barangays went on with Denguerra (war against Dengue) last Thursday despite the scare of aftershocks of Wednesday’s quake.

According to Health Services Office (HSO) Sanitary Inspection Division head Engr. Charles Carame, the intensive search and destroy were household and barangay-based, citing efforts to lessen Dengue cases; and without assistance from other groups.

Most agencies keen on search and destroy efforts opted to stay put after the intensity 7.0 earthquake emanating from an Abra faultline.

FIL-AM FRIENDSHIP DAY MARKED

7 July 2022 – Baguio City marked the Filipino-American Friendship on July 4 with a cowboy-themed program and chili cook fest at the Bell Ampitheater at Camp John Hay.

The four-part program was graced by US Embassy to the Philippines Deputy Consul General James Fellows who delivered the keynote address.

Fellows, in his speech, expressed wishes that the two nations continue to remember "what unites us as friends, partners and allies."

He said Baguio City has remained to be a favorite destination among American residents.

BAGUIO FASHION WEEK JUNK COUTURE CONTEST HELD

7 July 2022 – There's glam in garbage.

The Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) under P Col. Glenn Lonogan proved that crime fighters can also be champions of the environment by initiating the Junk Couture Contest on July 1, 2022 as part of the Baguio Fashion Week celebration.

The BCPO partnered with Old Baguio Café, OTOP Philippines Hub Cordillera powered by Wilvy Shows Entertainment Productions and with the special participation of KALIPI Women’s Organization led by president Lolit Castro and the different barangays.

MAGALONG’S 2ND TERM MISSION: SAVE BAGUIO FROM URBAN DECAY

01 July 2022 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong during his inauguration as second-term chief executive on June 30 has reaffirmed his mission to save the city from hurtling towards urban decay.

In his speech, the mayor called for a “change of mindset” to veer away from old destructive ways that have been compromising the environment and upsetting the city’s carrying capacity.

FROM 31, BAGUIO’S ‘CATALYTIC’ PROJECTS INCREASE TO 51

1 July 2022 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong during his oath-taking last June 30, 2022 bared that from 31, the number of the city’s strategic and catalytic projects has risen to 51 and that all are designed to propel the city’s socio-economic development and environmental renaissance.

The mayor said the projects which are now in different stages of planning and implementation are expected to create 3,500-4,000 employment opportunities and a steady revenue stream of P500-P600 million annually to shore up the city’s economy from the pandemic-induced slump.

PDAO URGES PWDs TO ORGANIZE TO AVAIL OF ASSISTANCE

30 June 2022 – The Persons with Disabilities Affairs Office (PDAO) is urging persons with disabilities in the city’s barangays to organize themselves into associations to allow their groups to avail of technical and financial assistance from concerned government agencies for them to be able to sustain their livelihood programs and projects geared towards uplifting their living condition.

CITY LIBRARY NOW OPEN MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

30 June 2022 – The City Library announced that starting Saturday, July 2, 2022, it will be open from Mondays to Saturdays to cater to the needs of library goers from the different parts of the city.

City librarian Easter Pablo stated that the library hours during the said days will be from 8 am to 5 pm as partial compliance to the ordinance mandating the modernization of the library.

COUNCIL REQUIRES SUBMISSION OF MOBILITY PLAN

29 June 2022 – City officials want the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) to submit and present to the local legislative body the long-awaited mobility plan for transport, waiting shed designs in relation to the presence of the newspaper stand vendors and watch repair proprietors on the various sidewalks in the city.

Under Resolution No. 248, series of 2022, local legislators stated that a mobility plan is a strategic plan designed to satisfy the mobility needs of people and businesses in the city and to improve sidewalk safety in a sustainable way.

IMPROVEMENT OF HOME CARE PROGRAM EYED

29 June 2022 – City officials requested the City Health Services Office (CHSO) to provide the local legislative body with an updated or comprehensive report on the implementation of the city’s home care program and its recommendations on how to make this more effective and efficient in addressing the recovery requirements of sick patients.

CITY TO RECTIFY SCULPTED WARRIORS

29 June 2022 – City officials requested the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO) to rectify the clothing of the sculpted warriors on the Igorot Freedom Monument at the Igorot Garden in the city.