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The Market Development and Administration Department (MDAD) is tasked to:

 

* Execute and implement laws, regulations, policies and directives pertaining to the improvement of the facilities, management and operation of public markets.

* Regulate other market-related activities such as the construction, establishment and operation of slaughterhouses, private markets, talipapas, flea markets, and /or other similar buildings and structures.

* Regulate sidewalk vending activities in the city.

 

Organizational set-up :

 

Five major functional divisions

1. Public Markets Division

2. Private Markets and Slaughterhouses Division

3. Hawkers Division

4. Technical Services Division (for public markets only)

5. Administrative Division

 

Two support units

1. Management Information Systems

2. Security and Enforcement Unit (for public markets only)

 

Department Directory

 

Noel T. Soliven

Officer In Charge

Market Dev't & Administration Dept.

Tel. no. 988-4242 loc. 8351

 

 

Marilou U. Arrieta

Acting Head, Administrative Division

Tel. no. 922-9073 & 988-4242 loc. 244

 

Services :

 

* Process business permits and licenses for markets and slaughterhouses, vendors/stallholders and hawkers, including the awarding of stalls.

* Operate and maintain facilities, sanitation, security and orderliness in the city's public markets.

* Regulate, monitor and inspect (permits, licenses, weighing scales, price tags, sanitation) of the city's public/private market, slaughterhouses and vending sites.

* Conduct price monitoring activities in both public and private markets.

* Undertake development programs for the construction and/or rehabilitation of markets and slaughterhouses.

* Evaluate and recommend franchising of markets and slaughterhouses.

* Evaluate and recommend the development of hawkers' vending sites.

 

Requirements for Availing of These Services:

 

Adjudication of vacant stalls to applicants for vacant stalls in the eight (8) Q.C. owned and operated markets

1. Filipino citizen, preferably a Q.C. resident

2. Twenty-one (21) years old

3. Not physically, mentally and legally incapacitated

* • Business permits for stallholders/vendors

 

Stallholders/vendors in the eight (8) city markets

a) Application Form, duly signed and notarized

b) Market Certification

c) Barangay Clearance

d) Community Tax Certification

e) Official Receipt (OR)

f) Previous Business Permit Official Receipt, if renewal

g) Health Certificate for food handlers

h) Training Certificate

i) Stall Award/Temporary Permit to occupy and vend

 

Stallholders/vendors in privately-owned markets

a) Application Form, duly signed and notarized

b) Market Certification

c) Barangay Clearance

d) Community Tax Certification

e) Official Receipt (OR)

f) Previous Business Permit Official Receipt, if renewal

g) Health Certificate for food handlers

h) Training Certificate

i) Franchise, for market operators only

 

Slaughterhouses

a) Application Form, duly signed and notarized

b) Barangay Clearance

c) Community Tax Certification

d) Official Receipt (OR)

e) Previous Business Permit Official Receipt, if renewal

f) Health Certificate

g) Training Certificate

h) NMIC Accreditation

 

Hawkers

a) Application Form, duly signed and notarized

b) Barangay Clearance

c) Community Tax Certification

d) Previous Business Permit Official Receipt

e) Health Certificate for food handlers

f) Training Certificate

g) Voter's ID or Barangay Certification

h) Letter of Consent/Contract of Lease

i) ID Picture

j) Police Clearance, for peddlers

 

Consumer Protection Program

1. Weighing scale calibration

    a) Business Permit

2. Price monitoring of basic and prime commodities

    a) Stallholders/vendors are required to place price tags on their merchandises or price list in accordance with R.A. 7394, otherwise known as the "Consumer Act of the Philippines."

b) Detachment of Reflectorized Luminous Materials which deceives the buying public, in accordance with R.A. 7394, otherwise known as the "Consumer Act of the Philippines."

3. Consumer Welfare Desk

    a) Every market, whether city or privately-owned, is required to provide a Consumer Welfare Desk for consumer complaint/s 

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