Education Secretary Leonor Briones praised the Quezon City Government, through the leadership of Mayor Herbert M. Bautista, for doing its part in helping the national government improve the level of the country’s public educational system.
Quezon City Mayor Herbert M. Bautista and Chairman Pan Liguo of the Municipal Congress of Shenyang City renewed the sister city ties between Quezon City and Shenyang, China. The relations between the two cities were forged in 1993.
Mayor Herbert Bautista has inaugurated the new modern hospital in District 2, the Rosario Maclang General Hospital, on May 14, 2019. The new hospital is located along IBP Road, Barangay Batasan.
The Commission on Elections has proclaimed the winners in the recent May 13 local elections held in Quezon City.
The Quezon City Government has finally fully settled its reconciliation concerns with the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) regarding arrears in remittances that date back to 1997.
Quezon City Mayor Herbert M. Bautista welcomed Osaka Vice Mayor Seigo Tanaka and his delegation, who visited our city as part of the continuing partnership to promote low carbon initiatives in Quezon City.
The Quezon City Treasurer’s Office has launched the Property Transfer Application Program (PTAP), an application that integrates processing of requirements for registering and transferring property in the city.
Quezon City, as the benchmark city for the Philippines for ease of doing business, was visited and interviewed by World Bank assessment team members, along with International Finance Corporation consultants, and the Department of Trade and Industry on May 3, 2019. The Bank’s specialists were Frederic Meunier and Eknath Varun. This review, which also includes several other national agencies, is to verify information regarding the Philippines for the World Bank Global Ranking on doing business in different cities of the world.
To further ensure proper facilities for the dispensation of justice in the country, Mayor Herbert Bautista saw to the construction of two new Halls of Justice and the repair of its decrepit, old building inside the Quezon City Hall compound.
The Quezon City Government has partnered with the Land Registration Authority and utilities companies like Meralco, Manila Water and Maynilad to further improve its efforts on ease of doing business.The Quezon City Government has partnered with the Land Registration Authority and utilities companies like Meralco, Manila Water and Maynilad to further improve its efforts on ease of doing business.