Municipal Engineer

Service Pledge

We, the official and employees of municipal engineering office pledge and commit to quality public service as we will promise in this citizens charter;

  • Serve honestly with integrity;
  • Be available during office hours;
  • Respond to complaints;
  • Treat the clientele equally;
  • Explain procedures, charges & fees;
  • Be prompt and professional;

Services:

Requesting Building Data
About the Service:

The public may request from MEO building data such as the following

Requirements:

  • Copy of building plans
  • Certification of issuance of’ building permit for a particular building

Fee:

  • Registration Fee – P 100.00

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request for Building DataGo to MEO and request from the receiving staff required building data. 5 minutes Gerbert I Balaga
Engineer IRichard A Otud
Engineering Aide
2. Check Data AvailabilityAttending staff checks if the requested data is available and retrievable 10 minutes Denver T. Yrañela Plantilla
Casual (EE)
3. PreparationIf available, attending staff prepares requested data. 15 minutes Romeo D. Tulabing Plantilla
Casual
4. Approval of Building DataBuilding data or certifications are shown to the Building Official for approval. 15 minutes Manuel A Leones
Municipal Engineer
5. Payment of FeesIf the Building Official approves data requested for release, client goes to the Municipal Treasurer’s Office to pay the required fees. 5 minutes MUNICIPAL TREASURER’S OFFICE
6. Recording and Issuance of Building DataGo back to the MEO and presents the Official Receipt. Building data is released 5 minutes Baby Rhea B. Sardadillas
Encoder
Issuance Of Building Inspection Clearance

About the Service:

Business Enterprises are required to secure Building Inspection approval from the Municipal Engineer’s Office before the start of commercial operations and during the annual renewal of business permits.

This is part of the process of securing a Business License/Mayor’s Permit.

Requirements:

  • Business License
  • Application/Assessment Form
  • Detailed information about the business and sketch of location (for new enterprises)

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE PLEASE APPROACH
For Renewal of BusinessPermit Application1. Assessment of inspection Fee and ClearancePresentthe Business Permit application form to any member of the Building Staff forclearance and assessment of the required building inspection fee, and thenproceeds to the Municipal Treasurer’s office for payment. 15 minutes GerbertL. Balaga
EngineerIRichardA. Otud
Engineering StaffDenverT. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeoD. Tulabing
Engineering Staff
ForNew Enterprises2. Submit RequirementsSubmit the detailedinformation of the business and sketch of location for site inspection. 10 minutes GerbertL. Balaga
EngineerIRichard A. Otud
Engineering StaffDenverT. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
2. Inquire the result of inspection Inquire the result of inspection a day after the technical staff conduct building inspection. 15 minutes TECHNICAL STAFF
3. Perform Corrections/Comply with Building Requirements

  • Makethe necessary corrections/complies with building requirements listed in the inspection report.
  • He/Shethen informs the building inspectors that corrections have been made.
  • Goback to Step 2
30 minutes GerbertL. Balaga
EngineerIRichard A. Otud
Engineering StaffDenverT. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
4. Signature of Building Official of Inspection ReportBuilding Official signs the inspection report prepared by building inspector. 2 minutes ManuelA. Leones
Municipal Engineer
5. Perform Corrections/Comply BuildingRequirementsAn applicant receives theinspection report and makes the necessary corrections/comply buildingrequirements listed in the inspection report. Then the applicant will informthe building inspectors that corrections have been done for re-inspection 15 minutes GerbertL. Balaga
EngineerIRichardA. Otud
Engineering StaffDenverT. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
6. Re-inspection of the BuildingTechnical staffs conductre-inspection if the deficiencies stated at the inspection report havebeen corrected. 30 minutes Gerbert L. Balaga
EngineerIRichardA. Otud
Engineering Staff
DenverT. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
7. Assessment of Building Inspection Fee andClearanceOnce all the requirementshave been complied with, an assessment and clearance will be given to theapplicant. Then, proceed to Municipal Treasurer’s Office for payment 15 minutes Gerbert L. Balaga
EngineerIRichardA. Otud
Engineering StaffDenverT. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
Maintaining Drainage Systems And Other Infrastructure
About The Service:

Infrastructure maintenance services provided by the Municipal Engineer’s Office include:

  • Cleaning of Drainage
  • Demolition Work
  • Repair of Roads and Shoulders
  • Repair of Drainage and Manholes
  • Repair of Buildings and Other Facilities

Individuals may request for these services.

Requirements:

  • Letter Request specifying the service needed

How to Avail the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE
PLEASE APPROACH
1. Submit RequestSubmit request to the personnel-in-charge, Staff receives and records the request letter in a logbook then submits it to Municipal Engineer. 2 minutes Engineering Staff
2. Notation of the Municipal EngineerMunicipal Engineer evaluates the request and endorses the same to the Maintenance Section, for repair of Roads and Shoulders, Drainage and Manholes, Buildings. 2 minutes Manuel A Leones
Municipal Engineer
3. Evaluation and AssessmentMaintenance Engineer evaluates and assesses the request. 2 minutes Gerbert L. Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideDenver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering Staff
4. Site Inspection and InvestigationMaintenance Engineer talks to persons and barangay officials concerned on-site ½ day
5. Prepare Program of WorkMaintenance Engineer prepares and estimate of materials, labor and equipment required., (Required only for repair of Roads and Shoulders, Drainage and Manholes, Buildings and Other Facilities. 1 day
6. Check/Revise/Evaluate the result of inspection and POW. 15 minutes Gelbert L. Balaga
Engineer I
7. RecommendationMunicipal Engineer reviews and evaluates the results of inspection and program of work. He then recommends for approval to the Municipal Mayor. 5 minutes Manuel A Leones
Municipal Engineer
8. ApprovalThe Municipal Mayor reviews and evaluates the results of inspection and program of work. Then, he approved and ready for implementation. 5 minutes Anacleto H. Olvis, Jr.
Municipal Mayor
9. ImplementationMunicipal Engineer assigns foreman and maintenance men on site; and prepares construction materials and equipment. 2 days Gerbert L. Balaga
Engineer IEdgar Tacloban
Administrative Aide VRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering Staff
Issuance Of Building Permit

About the Service:

A Building Permit is required prior to construction, erection, alteration, major repair, or renovation or conversion of any building/structure owned by government or private entities

The permit becomes null and void if work does not commence within 1 year from the date of such permit, or if the building or work is suspended or abandoned at any time after it has been commenced for a period of 120 days.

Municipal BUILDING OFFICE SCHEDULE:

TIME ACTIVITIES
8:00 AM – 12:00 AM
1:00PM – 1:30 PM
Evaluation/Assessment/Processing of Permits and Clearances.Preparation of response to communications that were received.Attending to requests and complaints relative to building.
1:30 pm – 5:00 pm Building inspection for occupancy permit/businesspermit application, electrical connection for indigenous dwellings, annual inspection of all business establishments, on-going constructions within territorial jurisdictions, action taken on various requests and complaints relative to building, apprehension of illegal construction.

Requirements:

  • 4 COPIES Lot Plan with Certificate of a Geodetic Engineer (GE) that the proposed building will not encroach on adjoining properties
  • 5 copies Site Development Plan indicating the setback/yard distances at the front, sides and back with Perspective
  • 5 sets Building Plans (Architectural, Structural, Sanitary/Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical
  • 5 copies Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates
  • 3 copies Specifications
  • 3 copies Title of Property (Transfer Certificate Title)
  • 3 copied Deed of Sale/Lease Contract/Contract to Sell, if the TCT is not in the name of the owner/applicant
  • 4 copies Latest Tax Declaration and Certificate of Rea~ Property Tax Payment
  • 1 piece Construction Logbook
  • 5 Application forms (building, sanitary/plumbing, electrical, mechanical)
  • 3 copies Structural Design Computations with seismic analysis which conform to the latest NSCP, for 2 storeys and above or 1 storey, with attic/mezzanine/roof deck/penthouse
  • 2 copies previous approved plan or permit in case of addition, alteration and renovation
  • 3 copies certification regarding Structural stability c4 existing foundation in case of addition
  • 3 copies Plate Load Test Analysis-for 3 storeys with attic/mezzanine/rppf deck/penthouse.
  • 2 copies Clearance from other government agencies exercising regulatory functions such as:
  • Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board – for zoning and land use of all types of building/structure
  • Bureau of Fire Protection – for all types of building/structure
  • Environment and Natural Resources Office/Department of Environment and Natural Resources – for all commercial and industrial buildings
  • Department of Labor and Employment – for industrial buildings
  • Department of Health – for health hazard related buildings/structure
  • Air Transportation Office – for buildings/structure exceeding 45/0 meters in height
  • Philippine Tourism Authority – for tourist oriented project
  • Department of Education Culture and Sports – for educational buildings
  • Energy Regulatory Board – for gas stations

NOTES:

The number of copies indicated above already includes the requirement for securing a Zoning Clearance (form the Municipal Planning and Development Office) and a Fire Clearance (Bureau of Fire Protection).

For commercial and industrial buildings, provide I set of building plans and documents for submission to the Environment and Natural Resource Office.

For industrial buildings, provide additional 4 copies of electrical and mechanical plan, specifications and bill of materials and cost estimates for submission to the Department of Labor and Employment,

If all the clearances have been secured, the rest of the other documents indicated above are required to be submitted to the office of the building official:

  • 4 sets Building Plans
  • 3 copies Specifications
  • 3 copies Bill of materials and cost estimates
  • 3 copies Lot Documents

To facilitate processing, please take note of the following before submitting the plans and other requirements above to the MEO.

    • Requirements of the National Building Code
    • Requirements of the Referral Codes (Architectural Code, Philippine Electrical Code [PEC], Revised Plumbing Code, Structural Code [NSCP], Mechanical Engineering Code [PSME]).
    • Laws and Municipal Ordinances affecting the design/project
    • Compliance with BP 344 (Accessibility Law) shall be indicated in detail on plans for commercial, institutional and public buildings
    • If setback/yard requirements are not met on the sides and at the back/rear then a Firewall (strictly no opening) extending up to at least 1 meter form the roof level shall be provided. It shall be indicated on the site

development plan with owner’s conformity.

  • Grease Traps/Oil Separator shall be provided for hotels, restaurants,

 

eateries, terminals, gasoline stations, auto repair shops, bakeries and other similar establishments,

  • All revisions/additions made in the plans shall have an acknowledgement of the designer.
  • Special Power of Attorney shall be provided if the owner is not the signatory in all application forms, plans and documents.
  • All application forms and letters must be properly filled – up with all the necessary information available.

 

Forms and letters, Plans, Specifications, Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates and other pertinent documents must be signed and sealed by the designer and signed by the owner.

Fees:

  • Refer to the National Building Code of the Philippines.

How to Avail the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1.Secure Building Permit Application FormsAsk for building permit application forms with the list of requirements. 15 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal EngineerEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering staff
2. Secure 1st endorsement to Other Offices/Agencies

  1. Present the plans and the required supporting documents to any member of the Building Staff for initial verifications of the requirements.
  2. Then,an endorsement to other offices/agency (Fire Department,ENRO, DOLE, etc.) will be given to the applicant to secure the required clearances.
15 minutes -do-
3. Submit Requirements

  1. Submit the plans and the required supporting documents and clearances to the receiving section
  2. In his/her absence, the othermembers of the Building staff will take charge.
30 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
4. Line and Grade Verification

  1. Technical staff in-charge will conduct site inspection to establish and determine setbacks and grades in relation to road lots, property lines street or highways whether existir~9 or proposed, including road widening and construction of various public utilities and other infrastructure project.
120 minutes Engr. Gerbert L. Balaga
Engineer I
5. Evaluation and Assessment

  1. Civil engineer evaluates and assesses Line and Grade, Structural Plans and related documents.
  2. Architects evaluates architectural plans and related documents.
  3. The sanitary/master plumber evaluates and assesses the plumbing/sanitary plans and related documents.
  4. Mechanical engineer evaluates and assesses the mechanical plans and related documents.
  5. Electrical engineer evaluates and assesses the electrical plans and related documents.
60 minutes Engr. Gerbert L. Balaga
Engineer IEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
EngineeringStaffRichard A. Otud
Engineering Aide
6. Inquiry of the Status of Application

  1. Inquire about the result of evaluation and assessment of his application.
15 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal EngineerEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering staff
7. Return Plans and Documents (OPTIONAL, if there are no deficiencies, proceed to Step #10)

  1. Receive the plans and documents for correction, if there are deficiencies found in the plans and pertinent documents.
15 minutes -do-
8. Submit Lacking Documents/Corrected Plans

  1. Submit the lacking documents/corrected plans to any member    of the Building Staff for review.
15 minutes -do-
9. Review of Plans/DocumentsThe technical staff reviews the submitted corrected plans and completeness of documents for processing. 30 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
 10. Issuance of Order of PaymentReceive the order of Payment if the application is found to be complete and in order. 10 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer I
11. Secure Official Receipt
Go back to the building office and submits the official receipt,
5 minutes MTOEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer
12. Processing of permitsBuilding Staff processes the plans and pertinent documents for final approval of the building official. ½ day Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering staff
13. Approval of PermitBuilding Official approves the building permit. 10 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal Engineer
14. Release of PermitReceive the approved permit after one (1) day from submission of the officialreceipt. 10 minutes Richard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering staff
Securing Other Building-Related Permits

About the Service:
Aside from a building permit, the Office of the Building Official/Engineering’s Office, issues other permits that are required before the renovation, construction or demolition of any structure.

TYPES of PERMIT and their REQUIREMENTS:

ELECTRICAL PLAN

This document is required before putting up new or additional, or alteration of electrical installations involving at least 20 outlets or a capacity of 4 Kw. For new buildings, this forms part of the requirements for a Building Permit application.

Requirements:
1.Electrical Permit Application Form signed by a professional Electrical Engineer.
2.Electrical Plans. Electrical Specifications
3.Electric Specifications.
4.Bill of \Materials and Cost Estimates.

MECHANICAL PERMIT

This is required before the installation of new or additional, removal or alteration of machinery of at least 20 PHP. For new buildings, this forms part of the requirements for a Building Permit application.

Requirements:
1.Mechanical Permit Application Form signed by a professional Mechanical Engineer.
2.Mechanical Plans. Mechanical Specifications
3.Mechanical Specifications.
4.Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates.

SANITARY/PLUMBING PERMIT

This document is required before the construction of new or additional, or alteration of existing plumbing installations, water supply, storm drainage, water purification and sewerage treatment plants For new buildings, this forms part of the requirements for a Building Permit application.

Requirements:
1.Sanitary/Plumbing Permit Application form signed by a Sanitary or Master Plumber
2.Sanitary/Plumbing Plans
3.Sanitary/Plumbing Specifications
4.Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates

FENCING PERMIT

This is secured prior to actual construction of a fence.

Requirements:
1.Fencing Permit Application
2.Fencing Plan
3.Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates
4.Lot Plan with Certification of a Geodetic Engineer that the proposed fence will not encroach on adjoining properties
5.Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) Deed of Sales/Lease Contract/Contract to Sell (if the TCT is not in the name of the owner/applicant)
6.Updated Real Property for Tax Declaration
7.Certificate of Real Property Tax Paym

DEMOLITION PERMIT

This permit is secured prior to the systematic dismantling or destruction of a building or structure in whole or in part.

Requirements:
1.Demolition Permit
2.Sketch Plan of area to be demolished.
3.Certificate of Real Property Tax Payment

TEMPORARY SERVICE CONNECTION PERMIT

This permit is secured for temporary service connection to a power utility for lighting and power construction, Christmas decorative lighting, lighting of cemeteries, temporary lighting for carnivals/fiestas, testing, etc.

Requirements:
1.Permit Form (DPWH Form No. 96-005-E )
2.Building Permit (for new construction)
3.Electrical Plan/Layout
4.Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC)

EXCAVATION AND GROUND PREPARATION PERMIT

This permit is secured prior to actual ground preparation and excavation after the building line is established. It is also a requirement for a Water Connection request to the Polanco Water District.

Requirements:
1.Accomplished Permit Form (MPW No. 77-014-B)
2.For PWD connection purposes, present Accomplished MPWD Application Form.

SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION PERMIT

This permit is secured prior to the construction and repair of sidewalks,

Requirements:
1.Accomplished Permit Form (MPW Form No. 77-015-B)
2.Sketch plan of sidewalk to be constructed/repaired

SCAFFOLDING PERMIT

This permit is secured whenever the erection of scaffolding occupies street lines.

Requirements:
1.Accomplished Permit Form (MPW Form No 77-017-B)
2.Sketch Plan of street line to be occupied.

SIGN PERMIT

This permit is secured prior to the installation, erection, attachment, painting of any form of signages.

Requirements:
1.Sign Permit Form
2.Building Permit Form whenever there is a concrete/steel structure.
3.Structural Analysis
4.Zoning Clearance
5.Permit Form (DPWH Form No 96-001-E) whenever there is an electrical connection
6.Fire Clearance whenever there is an electrical connection.
7.Sketch Plan of signage/s to be installed/erected
8.Location/vicinity plan
9.Lot documents whenever it occupies a private lot
10.DPWH clearance (for national roads/highways)

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Secure Application FormsAsk for the particular permit form applied for from any member of the Building Staff. 15 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering staff
2. Submit RequirementsSubmit the duly staff evaluates and assesses the submitted plans and pertinent documents for compliance with the requirements of the building code, referral codes, laws and ordinances. 15 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
3. Evaluation and AssessmentThe technical staff evaluates and assesses the submitted plans and pertinent documents for compliance with the requirements of the building code, referral codes, laws, and ordinances. 30 minutes -do-
4.  Make a follow-upMake a follow up to inquire the status of the application. After I day -do-
5.Order of PaymentIf the documents are in order, the applicant receives an Order of Payment stating the fees to be paid 10 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal EngineerEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering Aide
6. Payment of FeesProceed to the Municipal Treasurer’s Office for Payment. Municipal Treasurer’s Office
7. Submit Official ReceiptSubmit the official receipt to the staff in charge of receiving. 10 minutes Richard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo Tulabing
Plantilla Casual
8. Processing of PermitBuilding staff processes the plans and pertinent documents for final approval of the building official. 1 day Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo Tulabing
Plantilla Casual
9. Approval Of Permit 10 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal Engineer
10. Release of PermitReceive the approved permit Municipal Treasurer’s Office 10 minutes Engineering Staff
Securing An Occupancy Permit
About the Service:

An Occupancy Permit is required before any building or structure is used or occupied. It is usually secured after the completion of a structure.

It is also required if there is any change in the existing use or occupancy

Requirements:

  • Application for Certificate of Occupancy form the Building Official
  • Certificate of Completion – Mechanical,
  • Electrical and Sanitary/Plumbing Permits
  • Logbook of building construction and Building Inspection Sheet duly accomplished by the contractor (if undertaken by contract) and signed and sealed by the architect or civil engineer.
  • Certificate of Final Electrical Inspection
  • Final Fire Safety Inspection Report by the Bureau of Fire Protection

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Secure Certificate of Completion FormsAsk for Completion forms to any member of the building staff. 15 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
1. Secure 2nd Endorsement to Other Offices/AgencyPresent the duly accomplished form and related documents to any member of the building staff for initial verification of the requirements. Then 2nd endorsement will be given to secure Fire Safety Inspection Certificate form Fire Department and Safety Inspection Certificate from DOLE for industrial buildings. 15 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering Staff
3. Submit RequirementsSubmit the duly accomplished forms and related documents, safety certificates, as-built plans (for any deviations of the approved plan) and detailed Sketch of location to the one in-charge of receiving. In members of the building section staff takes charge. Applicant request for an inspection schedule. 15 minutes -do-
4. Review/Evaluate the submitted forms and pertinent documentsTechnical staff reviews the forms and the entries of construction activities in          the construction logbook. 30 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
5. Building InspectionBuilding inspectors/technical staff conducts actual inspection of the completed building/structure in accordance with the approved plans and specifications. 30 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal EngineerEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
6. Preparation of Inspection Report (optional, if the building inspectors found no deviations/violationsIf the building inspectors find that the completed project had deviations from the approve plans, he applicant will be given and inspection report that lists the needed corrections or other documents required. 30 minutes -do-
7. Perform Corrections/Submit Additional DocumentsMake the necessary corrections/submits additional documents listed in the inspection report. Then the applicant will informs the building inspectors that corrections have been done for 30 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
8. Re-inspection of the BuildingTechnical Staff conducts re-inspection if the deficiencies stated at the inspection report have been corrected. 1 hour -do-
9. Issuance of Order of PaymentOnce all the requirements have been complied with, and assessment will be given to the applicant. 10 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal EngineerEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer I
10. Payment of Fees (Proceed to M.T.O.) 5 minutes -do-
11. Submit Official ReceiptSubmits the official receipt to any member of building staff. 5 minutes Richard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering StaffRomeo D. Tulabing
Engineering Staff
12. Processing of PermitsBuilding staffs prepares the certificate and processes the submitted documents for final approval of the building official.              and processes the submitted documents ½ day Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal EngineerEngr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
13. Approval of PermitBuilding Official approves the certificate of occupancy. 10 minutes Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal Engineer
14. Release of Certificate of OccupancyApplicant receives the approved certificate. 10 minutes ENGINEERING STAFF
Issuance Of Application Of Equipment Rental (AER)
About the Service:

Business Enterprises or private individual is required to secure AER from the Municipal Engineering Office and duly approved by the Chief Executive.

Requirements:

  • Site Inspection.
  • Scope/Nature of Work.

Fees:

RENTAL (Without Fuel & Lubricants)

  • Road Grader – Php 5,00000/day (8 HRS)
  • Pay loader – 5,00000/day (8HRS)
  • 10PCI Dump truck – 5,50Q00/day (8HRS)
  • Backhoe – 4,500.00/day (8HRS)


How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Application and ComputationSecure and apply Equipment Rental formin the Office of the Municipal Engineer. 15 minutes Engr. Gerbert L Balaga
Engineer IRichard A. Otud
Engineering AideEngr. Denver T. Yrañela
Engineering Staff
2. Payment of FeesProceed to Municipal Treasurer’s office. M.T.O Staff
3. ApprovalForward signed and paid application form to the Office of Municipal Mayor Office of the Municipal
Mayor’s Staff
4. ImplementationApproved application must be forwarded to the Motor Pool Office for scheduling and implementation. 15 minutes Engr. Mauel A. Leones
Municipal Engineer
Issuance Of Job Order Of Farm Tractor
About the Service:

The farmer may secure Job Order of Farm Tractor from the Municipal Engineering Office.

Requirements:

  • Site Inspection ( For new Applicants only)

Fees:

RENTAL (Plus Php 500/km of mobilization)

  • Harrowing – Php 1,20000/HR
  • Plowing – 1,350.00/HR

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Application and Computation Secure and apply Job Order form in the Motor Pool Office. 10 minutes Motorpool Staff

Engr. Manuel A. Leones
Municipal Engineer

2. Payment of fees

Proceed to Municipal Treasurer’s office

M.T.O. Staff
3. Approval and Implementation

Paid Job Order shall be forwarded back to the Motorpool Office for approval, scheduling and implementation.

5 minutes Engr Manuel A. Leones
Municipal Engineer