Online Business Permit Renewal 2019

Experience Easy, Fast and A More Convenient way of business permit renewal.

Renew your Business Permit in 3 simple steps:
1. Fill out and email to: icctobusrenewal2019@gmail.com.
Go to www.iloilocity.gov.ph. Click Downloads, Electronic Forms, Application Forms and Documents. Click and download “Declaration of Gross Receipts (DGR). Fill out the form and email to the address above.
2. Download and Print
Once the application is approved, an email will be sent to you containing your Approved DGR, Tax Order of Payment (TOP) and other pertinent documents. Download all attachments and sign the DGR.
3. Pay and Receive Business Permit
Present your Approved DGR, TOP, Barangay Clearance, Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC) and other requirements to the designated cashier window for online application, pay business tax due and receive your Business Permit, receipts and other documents.
(Please do not put comma (,) when filling out the monthly gross declaration.)

DINAGYANG IN THE US

‘First New York, then the world.’

Philippine Independence Day Council Inc. (PIDCI) has been working on inviting Dinagyang to come to New York since 2005 but never materialized till Joji Jalandoni became the President in 2011, then the stars aligned and the rest was history.


What made her decide to bring Dinagyang to the Big Apple? “Why not ? I saw the opportunity to showcase our culture, tradition and heritage to the next Filipino American generation. Why not bring Dinagyang to New York to dazzle the New Yorkers with the beats of the drums. New York first, then the world,” stressed Jalandoni.
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MAY IS HERITAGE MONTH

The restored 1934 Art Deco landmark building by one of the most eminent of Filipino public architects will soon become the National Museum’s satellite office for the Western Visayas (Region VI).

This rehabilitation project paves the way for the enhanced provision of the NM’s frontline educational, scientific, cultural and regulatory services to our clients and stakeholders in the six provinces of this highly heritage-rich region. Continue reading MAY IS HERITAGE MONTH