To ensure compliance with rules and regulations formulated to promote and protect public welfare, the JIT is conducting inspection with the business establishments in the City of Iloilo, pursuant to the mandates and as required under Section 16 of the Local Government Code of 1991 and under section 6.4 of the new JMC 2016-01. Joint Inspection Team composed of the following: Business Permit and Licensing Office, City Treasurer’s Office, City Health Office-Sanitary Health Inspection, City Environment and Natural Resources Office, City Planning and Development Office, City Engineer’s Office, Bureau of Fire Protection Office and other regulatory offices Continue reading JOINT INSPECTION TEAM (JIT) of ILOILO CITY
The Iloilo City Health Office (CHO), through the City Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), obliged all 180 barangay captains in the metropolis to purchase misting machine and larvicide to combat dengue-causing mosquitoes.
City Health Officer Dr. Bernard Caspe wrote City DILG Director Atty. Ferdinand Panes to compel village chiefs to procure misting machine and larvicide to prevent dengue which has been detrimental to the health of residents. Continue reading BRGYS ASKED TO BUY MISTING MACHINE, LARVICIDE
Dengue cases recorded in Iloilo City soared 495 percent in the first two months of the year compared to the same period last year.
City Health Office posted 250 dengue cases with three deaths from January to February this year compared to 42 dengue cases with no death in the same period last year.
There were 165 cases in January with one death and 85 cases with two deaths in February. Continue reading 3 DENGUE DEATHS, 250 CASES IN CITY
The Iloilo City Sports Division is offering free summer sports clinic to elementary pupils below 13 years old starting April 8 to 14.
There are 14 sports disciplines including arnis, chess, football, tennis, karatedo, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, basketball, wushu, futsal, badminton, dancesport, and pencak silat.
“This is City Government’s way of promoting various sports because we know that children are very active and want to try many sports,” Mayor Jose Espinosa III said.
The Iloilo City Government through the City Environmental and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) will conduct a “One Time Big Time” Coastal Clean Up on March 30 starting 6 a.m.
Mayor Jose Espinosa III issued Circular No. 062 encouraging residents, non-government organizations, national agencies, public and private schools, and City Hall employees to support the cleanup drive along the coastal areas from Brgy. Boulevard in Molo district to Brgy. Sto. Niño Sur in Arevalo district. Continue reading ILOILO CITY SETS BIG COASTAL CLEANUP
Crime incidents in Iloilo City during the second week of March this year dropped to 29 percent compared to the same period last year.
Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) recorded a total of 45 crime incidents from March 8-14, 2019 compared to 63 incidents from March 9 to 15, 2018.
The Iloilo City Government through the Task Force on Moral and Values Formation (TFMVF) urged parents to exercise their parental authority over their minor children or else face charges for curfew violations.
From January until March 21 this year, the TFMVF has filed cases against three parents of minors who violated three times the 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. curfew ordinance.
The Swedish Ambassador to the Philippines committed to strengthen the relationship of Iloilo City and Sweden through partnerships in various fields.
His Excellency Harald Fries, together with his Ilongga wife, Susan Batungbacal-Fries, visited City Hall March 22, and signified strong partnerships in terms of student exchange program, tourism, business, and job opportunities.
The Ambassador of Sweden to the Philippines is set to visit Iloilo City on March 22 to take a look at the metropolis’ business climate for possible investments.
His Excellency Harald Fries will have a courtesy visit at City Hall. Continue reading SWEDISH ENVOY EYES CITY’S BIZ CLIMATE
The Iloilo City Commission on Elections (Comelec) has designated common poster areas per district where campaign materials of national, party-lists, and local candidates will only be displayed in line with the May 13 midterm elections.
The common poster areas are at Plaza Libertad facing J.M. Basa Street for City Proper; Rizal Street facing Iloilo Supermart and Arevalo Police Station, beside Arevalo Gymnasium for Arevalo district; Jaro Plaza facing Ledi Supermarket and Andok’s Chicken for Jaro district; La Paz Plaza along Huervana Street and La Paz Police Station for La Paz district; in front of Jalandoni Memorial Elementary School, Abanilla Street for Lapuz district; Mandurriao Plaza facing 7-11 Convenience Store, Oñate for Mandurriao district; and Molo Plaza facing Molo Caltex Station and The Mansion on Locsin Street in Molo district. Continue reading CITY COMELEC SETS POSTER AREAS