Business One Stop Shop (B.O.S.S)The Business Permits and Licensing Unit (BPLU) of The City of Mabalacat will be holding its annual Business Permit renewal for the year 2018 in the new Business One Stop Shop (B.O.S.S.) Hall. This venue was specifically made to cater to business permit applicants, putting in mind that our tax payers’ comfort as well as……
Cultural photo exhibit captures hidden Mabalacat jewelsMabalacat City College-Institute of Arts and Sciences (MCC-IAS), in partnership with Mabalacat City Tourism Office (CTO), staged a photo exhibit dubbed as “Mabalacat Through the Lenses,” which featured the works of Mr. Elijah Manlapaz, a professional photographer and one proud Mabalaqueño, During the event, Mr. Manlapaz mentioned that through his works, he is hoping that……
Mabalaqueños celebrate World Skin Health DayMayor Crisostomo “Cris” Garbo (MCG) worked hand-in-hand with the Philippine Dermatological Society (PDS), with the help of Rural Health Unit (RHU) staffs, for the celebration of World Skin Health Day held in Barangay Dau. With the theme “Balat Alagaan Laban sa Sakit : Libreng Konsulta at Gamot,” the celebration aims to recognise and promote skin……
Mabalacat City bags good governance awardThe Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) was awarded to Mabalacat City by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), for 3 consecutive years. SGLG was introduced in line with the aim of the Government of the Philippines, to encourage transparent and responsive local governance; a challenge for Local Government Units (LGUs) to continuously……
Mabalacat City is envisioned to be the region's premier commercial-industrial hub with healthy, disciplined, empowered and vigilant citizenry, living in a scenic, ecologically balanced, and resilient environment and with an inclusive economy under a transparent, accountable and responsive local leadership and governance.
To promote local autonomy by developing and strengthening the capabilities of the City Government of Mabalacat, Pampanga in order to effectively provide the necessary basic services to the people; institutionalize people’s empowerment by enjoining them to participate in local governance in order to achieve a progressive and self-reliant community.
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