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BUSINESS ONE-STOP SHOP(BOSS)

Offices involved in obtaining or renewing a business permit – that is, all the officials required signatories – are usually clustered in an open and transparent office, to eradicate any opportunity for the commission of graft. This set up is established during the annual business renewal period from January 2 to 20. The BOSS cuts down the time, money, and effort usually needed to renew a business permit by allowing enterprises to complete all business renewal requirements on time and in a single place.

Office location: Second Floor, City Hall Building, City of Naga, Cebu

Contact No.: (032) 272-6655 local 103

Mandate: 

Act No. 3753 or the Civil Registry Law has for its purpose, the establishment of a civil registrar in the Philippines wherein acts, events, legal instruments and  court decrees concerning the civil status of persons shall be recorded.

 Vision:

Achieve and attain a hundred percent (100%) civil registration and generate correct, complete, and accurate vital registrable events in the City of Naga; and provide a highest quality of service to the citizens in the fields of registration, document issuances, preservation and archiving.

Mission:

 The City Civil Registrar Office shall inspire and assist the public in the full implementation of civil registration such as birth, death and marriage; and ensure the realization of its mandate of efficient and effective issuances and preservation of vital registrable events.

Service Pledge:

 We the officials and employees of the local government unit of Naga, Cebu pledge and commit to deliver quality  public service.  Specifically:  We will provide quality service without discrimination and treat each citizen with respect, courtesy, consideration and compassion, irrespective of status and affiliation.  We will faithfully adhere to the local government policies and practices with utmost impartiality and honesty.  We will contribute to the prosperity of the local government by observing austerity measures to conserve government funds and taking care of government facilities and properties.  We will cooperate in all activities of the local government, understand each other’s nature, help one another so as to achieve our vision and mission.

 

 CITIZENS CHARTER 2020

FUNCTIONAL CHART OF 2020

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO.1

Series of 1993

Rule 24: NON-DISCLOSURE OF BIRTH RECORDS

The records of a person`s birth shall be kept strictly confidential and no information relating thereto shall be issued except on the request of any of the following:

  • The concerned person himself, or any person himself, or any person authorized by him;
  • His spouse, his parent or parents, his direct descendants, or guardian or institution legally in-charge of him, if he is minor;
  • The court or proper public official whenever absolutely necessary in administrative, judicial or other official proceedings to determine the identity of the child`s parents of other circumstances surroundings his birth, and
  • In case of person`s death, the nearest kin.

Any person violating the prohibitions shall suffer the penalty of imprisonment of at least two months or a finein an amount not

exceeding five hundred pesos, or both in the discretion of the court. ( Article 7, P.D. 603)

REQUIREMENTS FOR DELAYED REGISTRATION OF BIRTH

  1. If the person is below eighteen (18) years old, the following shall be required:
  1. Negative Certification from:
  • Philipine Statistics Authority (PSA)
  • Local Civil Registrar`s Office (LCRO)
  1. Any two of the following documents evidences which may show the name of the child, date and place of birth and name of the motherand father:
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • School Records
  • Incme Tax Return of Parents
  • Insurance Policy
  • Medical Records
  • Others such as Barangay Captain`s Certification
  1. Affidavit of two disinterested persons who might have a witnessed or known the birth of the said child;
  2. Marriage Certificate of parents
  3. Four (4) copies of the Certificate of Live Birth duly accomplished and signed by the proper parties. 
  1. If the person is eighteen (18) years old or above, he shall apply for late registration of his birth and the requirements shall be:
  1. All requirements for a child who is less than eighteen (18) years old; and
  2. Certificate of Marriage

FEES:

  • Delayed Registration who are born in Naga                 
  • Processing Fee for Out of Town Delayed Registration                 
  • And other Applicable Expenses        

REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION OF MARRIAGE LICENSE

(At least one of the applicants must be a resident of Naga, Cebu)

(18 years old and above)

  1. PSA Copy of Birth Certificate
  2. Certificate of No Record of Marriage (CENOMAR)
  3. Valid Identification Card (I.D.) and CEDULA
  4. Certificate of Marriage Counseling and Family Planning
  • Applicants must attend the seminar schedule is every Tuesday, 8:00am at the designated venue to secure the Certificate
  1. Parents of the applicants must present a valid ID and to sign the Consent/Advice form if the applicant is 25 years old below;
  • To submit copy of the Death Certificate for deceased parents
  1. Fill-up Application Form Marriage License.

REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION OF MARRIAGE LICENSE WITH A FOREIGNER PARTNER

  1. All applicable requirements for applicants 18 years old and above, and
  2. Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage, issued by their respective diplomatic or Consular Officials;
  3. Divorce Decree/Death Certificateof spouse whichever is applicable.

REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION OF MARRIAGE LICENSE WITH PREVIOUS MARRIAGE/S

  1. All applicable requirements for applicants 18 years old and above; and
  2. Death Certificate of Spouse; or
  3. Certified True Copy of Annulment with Certificate of Finality;
  4. PSA copy of Certificate of Marriage with annotation of the Court Decision.

NOTE: Maybe required to submit additional requirements as the case arises. A notice of the application for marriage license shall be posted for ten(10) consecutive days after receipt of the application, and Marriage License will be issued after the completion of the period of publication.

FEES:  Application for Marriage License – Filipino  P150.00                                      

Application for Marroiage License – Foreigner    :P1,000.00                        

Marriage Counseling Fee                                : P150.00

Application for Marriage License form              : P10.00                                          

Marriage License Fee                                     : P23.00                                                                          

REQUIREMENTS FOR LEGITIMATION

  1. PSA Copy of Birth Certificate of Child
  2. PSA – Certificate of Marriage of parents
  3. CENOMAR – Certificate of No Recordof Marriage of Parents
  4. Affidavit of Acknowledgement – if the child was registered not acknowledged by the father
  5. Affidavit of Legitimation (R.A. 9858 applies for minor parents

FEES and other Applicable Expenses

  • CENOMAR OF parents                                :P270.00 each
  • PSA Cert. of marriage                                :P215.00
  • Affidavit of Acknowledgement                     :P50.00
  • Registration of Acknowledgement                :P200.00
  • Affidavit of legitimation                               :P50.00
  • Registraton of Legitimation                         :P200.00
  • Endorsement to PSA, Manila                       :P100.00
  • Postal Money Order issued to PSA, Q.C.       :P155.00
  • Mailing –LBC with pre-paid pouch               :P295.00
  • Certificate of Live Birth                              :P10.00 

REQUIREMENTS TO USE THE SURNAME OF THE FATHER (R.A. 9255)

  1. PSA Copy of Birth Certificateof Child
  2. Affidavit of Acknowledgement ( if not yet acknowledged by the father)
  3. Affidavit to Use the Surname of the Father

FEES AND OTHER APPLICABLE EXPENSES

  • Affidavit of Acknowledgement                                   :         50.00
  • Registration of Acknowledgement                              :         200.00
  • Affidavit to Use the Surname of the Father                 :         50.00            
  • Registration of AUSF                                                :         200.00
  • Endorsement Fee to PSA Manila                                :         100.00
  • Poatal Money Order issued to PSA, Q.C.                     :        155.00   
  • Mailing – LBC with pre-paid pouch                             :         295.00                        

REPUBLIC ACT 10172

What is RA 10172?

 An act further authorizing the City or Municipal Civil Registrar or the Consul General to Correct Clerical or Typographical Errors in the Day and Month in the Date of Birth or Sex of a person appearing in the Civil Registrar without need of a Judicial Order, Amending for this Purpose Act Numbered  Ninety Forty-Eight)

Refers to a mistake committed in the performance of clerical work in writing, copying, transcribing or typing an entry in the Civil registeron the entry of day and month in the date of birth of the sex of the person, which is visible to the eyes or obvious to the understanding, and can be corrected or changed only by referenceto other existing recordor records:Provided, however, that no correction must involve the change of nationality,age(refers to the correction on the year of birth), or legitimacy status of the petitioner/document owner.

CORRECTION OF CLERICAL ERROR (BIRTH CERTIFICATE)

GENDER/DATE OF BIRTH

Submit:   1 original & 2 photocopies of each document

  1. Birth Certificate of applicant (LCRO & PSA copy)
  2. Form 137-E

Medical Records

Baptismal Certificate

  1. )if employed : Certification of Employer with no pending criminal case

b.)if un-employed:submit AFFIDAVIT stating that not gainfully employed & has no pending criminal case

  1. NBI/Police Clearance(usedname) A.K.A. (Birth record)
  2. PUBLICATION – general circulation
  3. Medical Certification – Rural Health Officer
  4. If married, Marriage Cert. & Birth Cert. of children

Filing Fee                            :  P3,000.00

Notarial Fee                        :

Mailing – LBC                      :  P295.00

Publication                          :  P700.00

Finality                               :  P700.00

WHAT IS REPUBLIC ACT 9048?

Republic Act (RA) 9048 authorizes the City of Municipality Civil Registraror the Consul General to correcta clerical or typographical error in an entry and/or change the firstname or nickname in the civil register without need of a judicial order.

RA 9048 amends Article 376 and 4102 of the Civil Code of the Phiippines, which prohibit the change of name or surname of a person, or any correction or change of entry in a civil register without a judicial order.

WHAT CORRECTIONS CAN BE MADE UNDER RA 9048?

CORRECTION OF CLERICAL ERROR

Or TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS IN ANY ENTRY IN CIVIL REGISTRY DOCUMENTS, except corrections involving the change in sex, age, national and status of a person.

Submit 1 original and 2 photocopies of each document

  1. Birth Certificate of applicant
  2. Baptismal Certificate
  3. School Records
  4. Birth Certificate of parents
  5. Birth Certificate of Brothers & Sisters
  6. If married, Marriage Cert. and Birth Cert. of children

Filing fee                                           :P1,000.00

Notarial Fee                                       :

Mailing – LBC                                     :P295.00

Finality                                              :P1,000.00

CHANGE OF FIRST NAME (Birth Certificate)

In jis/her registry document under certain grounds specified by law through administrative process.

Submit : 1 original & 2 photocopies of each document

  1. Birth Certificate of applicant (LCRO & PSA copy)
  2. Baptismal Certificate
  3. School Records
  4. NBI Clearance (used name) A.K.A. (Birth record)
  5. Police Clearance
  6. ) affidavit stating that not gainfully employed & has no pending criminal case

b.) Certification from Employer which no pending criminal case

  1. If married, Marriage Cert. and Birth Cert. of children

Filing Fee                                              : P3,000.00

Notarial Fee                                          :

Mailing – LBC                                        : P295.00

Publication                                           : P700.00

Finality                                                : P1,000.00

 

Vision:

To preserve lives by establishing standard emergency protocols to provide quick response, safer communities and resilient residents during emergencies and calamities.

 

Mission:

To provide the City of Naga residents, businesses and industries, and non-profit organizations the education and support necessary to preserve life and reduce human suffering; to minimize property damage; and protect environmental sensitive areas from all types of disasters through a comprehensive, risk-based, all-hazard emergency management program.

 

 

VISION

To become a livable City that uplifts the standard of living of the populace propelling a total human development, a progressive economy and a well- balanced environment. 

MISSION 

INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR 

To promote the sense of accountability

  1. Creating awareness of our responsibilities as Nagahanons:
  2. Protecting the rights of its people and prompting social justice;
  3. Enhancing, safeguarding and properly managing the city’s resources; and
  4. Creating employment opportunities and developing human resources. 

ECONOMIC SECTOR

To enhance local revenue generation and stimulate economic growth by creating business-friendly environment to promote employment opportunities and develop the entrepreneurial spirit in the city. 

ENVIRONMENT SECTOR

Committed to safeguard the environment by actively leading the citizenry to protect, conserve, and manage the natural resources in parallel with the continued human and economic development. 

Vision

The City Engineering Office of the City of Naga, Cebu envisions to become comitted and effective implementor of all the projects and programs in component barangays; and LGU governance with utmost efficiency to attain a more developed and progressive City.

Mission

The City Engineering Office commits to provide the effective and efficient delivery of technical services for the infrastructure development projects that are most beneficial to the needs of the people of Naga through proper management and implementation of various projects of the City.

VISION:

The Office of the City Planning and Development Coordinator achieve to have a holistic approach in formulating social, economic, physical/infrastructure and environment development plans and projects necessary to sustain economic stability and environmental protection.

MISSION:

This Office aims to provide spatial and comprehensive development planning to the LGU through:
– Preparation of schematic planning and project estimates.
– Oversee and manage proper implementation of zoning ordinances of the City of Naga.
– Conduct research and studies as well as appropriate trainings significant for future comprehensive plans and project developments.
– Evaluate and assess the impacts of current plans and projects for recommendation to future development programs, projects and activities of the local government unit.
-Proper management of data and information (data banking).
– Provide project survey or site inspection and regular monitoring of project accomplishment status.

INFIRMARY

VISION

A Center for Health with the passion of providing accessible, efficient, effective and quality healthcare services with utmost professionalism.

MISSION

To provide effective and efficient delivery of health services for the welfare, well-being and satisfaction of the community through:

  • Competent health providers
  • Health Promotion
  • Clean, safe & comfortable facility
  • Proper coordination with government and non-government agencies.

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Vision 

A vibrant and progressive farming and fishing communities engaged in sustainable practices for the betterment of life  of every Nagahanons.

Mission

To help and empower farmers and fisher folks to produce enough food.

Functional Statement

The City Agriculture Office is the lead agency of this LGU responsible for the community’s agricultural growth and development in terms of farming, fishing and livestock raising. Its effort is focused on uplifting the standard of living especially those that belong to the marginalized sector of our society.

Strategy

  • Ensure that maximum assistance and access to resources in the production, processing and marketing of agricultural and fishery products are extended to farmers and fisherfolks.
  • Promote available and appropriate technology pertaining to agriculture and fishery.
  • Conduct on site trials based on results of basic and recent researches.
  • Establish demo farms related to crops and fishery production.
  • Enforce rules and regulations relating to agriculture and fishery.
  • Establish linkage with other line agencies and NGO’s regarding the promotion of agricultural and fishery productivity.
  • Capacitate the participation of rural-based organizations in making plans for development.
  • Recommend to the LCE on all matters related to agriculture and fishery production which will improve the living conditions of the farming and fishing communities.
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FRONTLINE SERVICES

  • Provision of technical assistance on improved crops, livestock and fishery production.
  • Promote the collection of soil samples for nutrient analysis to ensure that proper fertilization is applied.
  • Conduct relevant training to increase production of corn, rice, livestock, fishery and high value crops.
  • Promote the adoption of organic farming by establishing demo farms.
  • Provision of farm inputs to augment farmers’ and fisherfolks’ productivity thereby increase income.
  • Provide artificial insemination to large animals to improve quality of large animals.
  • Encourage the participation of rural-based organizations in agricultural development.

MISSION

To work together and perform the necessary measures towards keeping and achieving the goal of having a safety, clean and health community.

VISION

To promote a peaceful, clean and healthy community in which people can be able to live safely and efficiently.

VISION

The Department of Social Welfare and Development envisions all Filipinos free from hunger and poverty, have equal access to opportunities, enabled by a fair, just and peaceful society. 

MISSION

To lead in the information, implementation and coordination of social welfare and development policies and programs for and with the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

CORE VALUES

  • Maagap at Mapagkailingang Serbisyo
  • Serbisyong Walang Puwang sa Katiwalian
  • Patas na Pagtrato sa Komunidad
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VISION

The Office of the Mayor envisions instilling among its public servants the mandate of “A PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST”

MISSION

The Office of the Mayor commits to provide outstanding public service to the residents and guests alike by being efficient and effective ensuring that every encounter with our Office reflects our dedication to the interest and well-being of our beloved city and its constituents. 

CORE VALUES

Discipline, Innovation, Cooperation, Integrity and Humility.

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