CONTACT INFORMATION


City Planning and Development Department

  • CPDO
  • 4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO building), Mayaman St., City Hall Compound
  • 8988-4242 local 1005 to 1016
  • [email protected]

Office Hours
Monday to Friday            
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

ABOUT US


Description

The City Planning and Development Department (CPDD) prepares plans for the social, economic, environment, physical, and institutional development of the City. CPDD is involved in the preparation of special plans for various concerned city departments and other government agencies through continuing studies, research, and sectoral consultations. 

The department also serves as the secretariat and technical arm of the City Development Council, headed by the City Mayor and composed of all barangay chairpersons and designated representatives of non-government organizations/people’s organizations (NGOs/POs), which recommends and approves City Development Plans prior to submission to the City Council.

Mission

To provide policy direction for future growth.

To advocate for active people’s participation.

To ensure efficient coordination with and among the private sector.

To provide timely and accurate information to all levels of management.

To ensure rational allocation and use of resources.

To ensure the implementation of plans,

To institutionalize Planning as management tool in all levels and agencies of the City.

To provide technical assistance.

Vision

An effective, efficient, and reliable partner in the responsible governance of Quezon City as well as a model planning office of local government in the country.

Legal Bases

  • Ordinance No 9110, S-71. Ordinance Creating The QC Planning Commission And Development Board To Coordinate All Aspects Of Economic Planning And Development Of QC Particularly Its Physical And Human Resources And To Enhance Its Potentials For Industry And Commerce.
  • MMC Circular 21, S-80: Implementing Guidelines For The Establishment/Organization Of Local Development Planning Office In All Cities/Municipalities In Metro Manila And Specifying Minimum Requirement On Staffing Pattern.
  • MMC Unnumbered Circular, S-83: Revised Implementing Guidelines For The Organization Of Local Development And Planning Office In Each City/Municipality As An Amendment To MMC Circular No. 21-80. Provided Also The Comprehensive Functions In Adherence To The Local Government Code And Elevated The Planning Office Into A Department Level.
  • MMC Executive Order No. 06- 87: Creating And/Or Strengthening The Local Development Planning Offices (LDPO) In Metropolitan Manila. Institutionalized The Creation Of The LDPO In Metropolitan Manila
  • MMC Circular No. 06, S-87: Implementing Guidelines For The Upgrading Of Local Development Planning Offices In Metropolitan Manila.
  • Local Government Code (RA 7160) 1991, Sec. 476: Provides for the mandatory appointment of the Planning and Development Coordinator.
  • Ordinance No.SP-1965, S-09: An Ordinance Assigning The Subdivision Administration Unit (SAU) As A Permanent Division Under The City Planning And Development Office.
  • Ordinance No. SP-2502, S-2016, Sec. 56: The Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance Of 2016 Designating The City Planning And Development Officer As Zoning Administrator
  • Ordinance No. SP-2672, S-2017: An Ordinance Rationalizing The Functional Structure Of The Quezon City Planning And Development Department

Service Pledge:

We are committed to ensure that the preparation and formulation of the City’s Development Plan is highly participatory and consultative to allow the City’s officialdom and citizenry to feel a strong sense of ownership and ensure the realization of the general welfare goal as cited in Section 16 of RA 7160.

Services


RECEIPT AND ENDORSEMENT OF INCOMING COMMUNICATIONS/ CORRESPONDENCE

Receiving/processing of incoming communications from various agencies addressed to the City Planning and Development Officer.

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SECURING OF STATISTICAL DATA

Conduct information exchange and research services

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SPECIAL STUDIES/ RESEARCHES/ PROJECT PROPOSALS AND EVALUATION

Infrastructure projects Identification /Prioritization

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LAND / PROPERTY ACQUISITION PROGRAM

The acquisition of land and reserves for the City’s various future infrastructure programs. An investment strategy employed by the QC government since 2004, land banking programs involves assessing a site’s suitability thru title checks, the status of ownership if vacant or open space, the conduct of research, site inspection, and evaluation of properties offered for sale to the City or properties which the City intends to buy

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUSINESS PERMIT: NEW @ QC eServices

Locational Clearance is issued to business owners that serve as a prerequisite document in the issuance of a Business Permit to guarantee that the business is in compliance with the Zoning Ordinance.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUSINESS PERMIT: RENEWAL AND COMPLIANCE @ QC eServices

Locational Clearance is issued to business owners that serve as a prerequisite document in the issuance of a Business Permit to guarantee that the business complies with the Zoning Ordinance.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUSINESS PERMIT: WALK-IN RENEWAL AND COMPLIANCE

Locational Clearance is issued to business owners that serve as a prerequisite document in the issuance of a Business Permit to guarantee that the business complies with the Zoning Ordinance.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: FOR NEW (SIMPLE), RENOVATION AND INTERIOR RENOVATION @ONE-STOP- SHOP (OSS)

The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers/lot owners as a prerequisite in the issuance of Building Permit to guarantee that the building and its design components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: NEW (REGULAR), RENOVATION, REPAIR, AND [email protected] BUILDING REGULATION ONE-STOP-SHOP (BROSS)

The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers/lot owners as a prerequisite in the issuance of a Building Permit to guarantee that the building and its design components comply with the Zoning OrThe Locational Clearance is issued to the developers/lot owners as a prerequisite in the issuance of Building Permit to guarantee that the building and its components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: CELL SITE @ BUILDING REGULATION ONE-STOP-SHOP (BROSS)

The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers/lot owners as a prerequisite in the issuance of Building Permit to guarantee that the building and its components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: SUBDIVISION FOR COMMUNITY MORTGAGE PROGRAM (CMP) ON REGULAR PROCESS

The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers as a prerequisite in the issuance of a Building Permit to guarantee that the subdivision plan and its residential components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: CERTIFICATE OF EXCEPTION (COE) ON REGULAR PROCESS

The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers as a prerequisite in the issuance of a Building Permit to guarantee that the subdivision plan and its residential components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code. The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers/lot owners as a prerequisite in the issuance of a Building Permit to guarantee that the building and its design components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code. A Certificate of Exception is issued through a resolution approved by the City Council allowing the exemption of the project from the use of the lot/property.

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LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: FOR SPECIAL USE PERMIT (SUP) ON REGULAR PROCESS

The Locational Clearance is issued to the developers/lot owners as a prerequisite in the issuance of a Building Permit to guarantee that the building and its design components comply with the Zoning Ordinance and the Local Building Code. The Special Use Permit is issued through a resolution approved by the City Council allowing the project for such use on the lot or property. The uses that require a Special Use Permit are Gasoline/Auto-LPG, Waste Disposal Facility, Radio, and Television Transmitting Stations, Telecommunication Tower (Greenfields), Heliports/Helipads, Abattoir/Slaughterhouse, Cockpits/Race Tracks, Transport Terminals, Transport Garage, Cemeteries, Funeral Parlor/Memorial Chapel/Mortuary, Crematorium/Columbarium. of the lot/property.

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ZONING CERTIFICATE

The Zoning Certificate is secured by real property owners of titled lots to verify zoning classification and structures allowed in the specific area.

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DEVELOPMENT PERMIT FOR SUBDIVISION APPROVAL

A Development Permit is a prerequisite for the issuance of a Certificate of Registration and License to Sell in compliance with the approved Quezon City Council Ordinance on subdivision plan approval. A Development Permit is a prerequisite for the issuance of a Certificate of Registration and License to Sell in compliance with the approved Quezon City Council Ordinance on subdivision plan approval.

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Programs 


QUEZON CITY BARANGAY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

A 6-Batch / 3-day hybrid training/workshop for Quezon City’s 142 Barangay Councils was held on October 27 to December 3, 2021. A joint effort among the City Planning and Development Department, the Barangay Community Relations Department, and the QC-DILG, the series of workshops was designed to retool and build skills and expertise in effectively devising a comprehensive multi-sectoral development plan (Barangay Development Plan) that is formulated through an inclusive and participatory approach.

 Guides


LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUSINESS PERMIT: NEW (AT BUSINESS ONE-STOP SHOP)

Requirements:

  • Application for Business Permit
  • 1 photocopy of the Building Permit 
  •  Supplemental Documents (whichever is applicable):
    •  1 photocopy of Certificate of No Objection from HOA or Neighbors Consent 
    • 1 photocopy of Barangay Council Resolution

Steps:

  1. Register and log in to the QC eServices website and create an account.
  2. Fill out the Unified Online Business Permit Application Form and attach/upload documentary requirements.

3.       Submit the Business Permit Application for BPLD’s assessment and approval.

4.       Receive the printed copy of LC thru the Document Delivery System of BPLD

LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUSINESS PERMIT: RENEWAL/COMPLIANCE

Requirements:

  • 1 photocopy of the Business Permit 
  • 1 photocopy of Previous Locational Clearance 
  • Supplemental Documents (whichever is applicable):
    •  1 photocopy of Certificate of No Objection from HOA or Neighbors Consent 
    •  1 photocopy of Barangay Council Resolution
    •  1 photocopy of the Building Permit 
  • For Representative:
    • 1 original of Duly Notarized Authorization Letter/Special Power of Attorney 
    • 1 photocopy of the Government-issued identification card of the person being represented 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of representative 

Steps:

  1. Submit the required documents for initial assessment and verification.
  2. Receive the LC.

*Note: Zoning Fees – included in the tax bill of BPLD

LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: FOR NEW (SIMPLE), RENOVATION AND INTERIOR RENOVATION [AT ONE-STOP SHOP (OSS)]

Requirements:

For simple 1 to 3 Story Residential (1 unit), 2 Storey Commercial Building and Warehouse not exceeding 1,500 sqm. floor area/interior renovation inside the mall.

  • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the current year of Tax Clearance/Real Property Tax Receipt & Bill 
  • Proof of Lot Ownership (whichever is applicable):
    • 1 Certified True Copy of Transfer Certificate of Title 
    • 1 photocopy of the Lease Contract
    • 1 photocopy of the Award Notice 
    • 1 photocopy of Deed of Sale 
    • 1 photocopy of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) 
    • 1 photocopy of Affidavit of Consent to Construct/Special Power of Attorney (SPA)
    • 1 photocopy of Authority to Sign/Corporate Secretary’s Affidavit 
    • 1 set signed & sealed of Lot Plan (not required for interior renovation)
    • 2 sets signed & sealed of Architectural Plan & PTR
  • Long Folder
  • Supplemental Documents:
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Neighbor’s Firewall Consent 
    • 2 sets of HOA Approved Plans (blueprint of Architectural Plans)
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of DPWH Clearance if located along the national road 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of MMDA Clearance if along the river, waterways
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Earthquake Hazard 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the Barangay Council Resolution

Steps:

  1. Submit the required documents for initial assessment and verification.
  2. Pay the application fee at the CTO and submit the photocopy of the OR.
  3. Pay the processing fee at CTO and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  4. Receive the copy of LC/NOA/FC and the approved copy of Architectural Plans.

LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: NEW (REGULAR APPLICATIONS), RENOVATION, REPAIR AND ADDITIONAL

Requirements:

  • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the current year of Tax Clearance/Real Property Tax Receipt & Bill 
  • Proof of Lot Ownership (whichever is applicable)
  • 1 Certified True Copy of Transfer Certificate of Title 
  • 1 photocopy of the Lease Contract 
  • 1 photocopy of the Award Notice 
  • 1 photocopy of Deed of Sale 
  • 1 photocopy of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) 
  • 1 photocopy of Affidavit of Consent to Construct/Special Power of Attorney (SPA) 
  • 1 photocopy of Authority to Sign/Corporate Secretary’s Affidavit 
  • 1 Certified True Copy of Previous Building Permit/Previous Locational Clearance/Approved Plan for Renovation, Repair & Additional
  • 1 set of signed & sealed of Lot Plan 
  • 2 sets signed & sealed of Architectural Plan & PTR
  • Long Folder
  • Supplemental Documents:
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Neighbor’s Firewall Consent 
    • 2 sets of HOA Approved Plans (blueprint of Architectural Plans)
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of DPWH Clearance if located along the national road 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of MMDA Clearance if along the river, waterways
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Earthquake Hazard 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the Barangay Council Resolution
  • For Representative:
    • 1 original of Duly Notarized Authorization Letter/Special Power of Attorney (SPA)
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the person being represented 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the representative 

Steps:

  1. Submit the required documents for initial assessment and verification.
  2. Pay the application fee at the CTO and submit the photocopy of the OR.
  3. Pay the processing fee at CTO and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  4. Receive the copy of LC/NOA/FC and the approved copy of Architectural Plans.

LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: SUBDIVISION FOR COMMUNITY MORTGAGE PROGRAM (CMP)

Requirements:

  • 1 Certified True Copy of Transfer Certificate of Title 
  • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the current year of Tax Clearance/Real Property Tax Receipt & 
  • 1 photocopy of the SEC Certificate 
  • 1 photocopy of the Master List of beneficiaries 
  • 1 photocopy of the HLURB Certificate 
  • 1 photocopy of City Council Resolution (For Subd./CMP located in R1 & R2 Zones)
  • 2 sets of Lot Plan/Subdivision Plan 
  • Long Folder
  • For Representative:
    • 1 original of Duly Notarized Authorization Letter/Special Power of Attorney 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the person being represented 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the representative 

Steps:

  1. Submit the required documents for initial assessment and verification.
  2. Pay the Application Fee at the CTO and submit the photocopy of the OR.
  3. Pay the Processing Fee at CTO and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  4. Receive the copy of LC/NOA/FC and the approved copy of Architectural Plans.

LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: FOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCEPTION (COE)

Requirements:

  • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the current year of Tax Clearance/Real Property Tax Receipt & Bill 
  • Proof of Lot Ownership (whichever is applicable):
    • 1 Certified True Copy of Transfer Certificate of Title 
    • 1 photocopy of the Lease Contract
    • 1 photocopy of the Award Notice 
    • 1 photocopy of Deed of Sale 
    • 1 photocopy of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) 
    • 1 photocopy of Affidavit of Consent to Construct/Special Power of Attorney (SPA) 
  • 1 photocopy of Authority to Sign/Corporate Secretary’s Affidavit 
  • 1 set of signed & sealed of Lot Plan 
  • 2 sets signed & sealed of Architectural Plan & PTR
  • Long Folder
  • For Representative:
    • 1 original of Duly Notarized Authorization Letter/Special Power of Attorney 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the person being represented 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the representative 
  • Mandatory Requirements for COE:
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Project Description (boundaries, nature of operation or use; objectives to be achieved by the project; statement as to why the project cannot fulfill its objectives under the Zoning Regulations) 
    • Environmental Impact Study/Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC)/Certificate of Non-Coverage (CNC)
    • Barangay Council Resolution
    • Traffic Impact Study for High Rise Buildings
  • Supplemental Documents:
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Neighbor’s Firewall Consent 
    • 2 sets of HOA Approved Plans (blueprint of Architectural Plans)
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of DPWH Clearance if located along the national road 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of MMDA Clearance if along river waterways 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Earthquake Hazard Assessment 

Steps:

  1. Apply for COE at the City Council through the Chairman, Committee on City Planning, Building & Zoning.  (Applicant will personally apply it at the City Council)
  2. Attend the public consultations at the City Council for the approval of the City Council Resolution.
  3. Submit the approved City Council Resolution & ECC.
  4. Pay the processing fee at CTO and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  5. Receive the copy of COE and approved copy of Architectural Plans.

LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE FOR BUILDING PERMIT: FOR SPECIAL USE PERMIT (SUP)

Requirements:

  • 1 original and 1 photocopy of the current year of Tax Clearance/Real Property Tax Receipt & Bill 
  • Proof of Lot Ownership (whichever is applicable):
    • 1 Certified True Copy of Transfer Certificate of Title 
    • 1 photocopy of the Lease Contract 
    • 1 photocopy of the Award Notice
    • 1 photocopy of Deed of Sale 
    • 1 photocopy of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) 
    • 1 photocopy of Affidavit of Consent to Construct/Special Power of Attorney (SPA) 
    • 1 photocopy of Authority to Sign/Corporate Secretary’s Affidavit 
  • 1 set of signed & sealed of Lot Plan 
  • 2 sets of signed & sealed Architectural Plan & PTR
  • For Representative:
    • 1 original of Duly Notarized Authorization Letter/Special Power of Attorney 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the person being represented 
    • 1 photocopy of the valid government-issued ID of the representative 
  • Long Folder
  • Mandatory Requirements for SUP:
    • Description of the project, its nature of operation or use, location, boundaries, and size or volume of operation;
    • Identification of the components which shall be affected by the project
    • Environmental Impact Study/Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC)/Certificate of Non-Coverage (CNC)
    • Barangay Council Resolution
  • Supplemental Documents:
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Neighbor’s Firewall Consent 
    • 2 sets of HOA Approved Plans (blueprint of Architectural Plans)
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of DPWH Clearance if located along the national road 
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of MMDA Clearance if along the river, waterways
    • 1 original and 1 photocopy of Earthquake Hazard Assessment 

Steps:

  1. Apply for SUP at the City Council thru the Chairman, Committee on City Planning, Building & Zoning.
  2. Attend the public consultations at the City Council for the approval of the City Council Resolution.
  3. Submit the approved City Council Resolution & ECC.
  4. Pay the processing fee at CTO and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  5. Receive the copy of SUP and the approved copy of Architectural Plans.

Note: Subject to time availability of the signatory due to prior meeting/s schedules and/or due to immediate notice by the City Mayor.

ZONING CERTIFICATE

Requirements:

  • 1 photocopy of the Transfer Certificate of Title 
  • 1 original of Sketch of Location 

Steps:

  1. Fill up the application form and submit the required documents at Counter 11.
  2. Pay the verification fee at the City Treasurer’s Office and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  3. Receive the Zoning Certificate.
  1. Fill up the application form and submit the required documents at Counter 11.
  2. Pay the verification fee at the City Treasurer’s Office and submit the photocopy of the Official Receipt.
  3. Receive the Zoning Certificate.

RECEIPT AND ENDORSEMENT OF INCOMING COMMUNICATIONS/CORRESPONDENCE

Receiving/processing of incoming communications from various agencies addressed to the City Planning and Development Officer.

Requirements: 

  • Original copy – Letter, Memo, Endorsement/Indorsement, Transmittal, Routing Slip
  • Attachment of supporting documents

Steps:

  1. Submit document/s to Receiving Area
  2. Receive replies to requests, demands, appeal/s, etc.

SECURING OF STATISTICAL DATA

Conduct of information exchange and research services.

Requirements:

  • Research / Data Request Form (for students / researchers)
  • Request Letter (if any)

Steps:

  1. Inquire on who and where to approach to get data or information on Socio-economic profile and other Development Information of QC and its barangay
  2. Convey and relate to concerned PPDO Personnel of his/her data requirements (Accomplish Data Request Form)
  3. Submit the accomplished form (Accomplish Data Request Form) to PDI unit
  4. Sign in the logbook indicating data availed of among others (State particulars of data being availed of)

4.1. If data available is in soft copy, the client provides CD or flash drive where data will be copied

4.2 If data available id in hard copy, the client leaves ID with the person responsible and have data photocopied

Department Directory


Arch. Pedro Perlas Rodriguez, Jr.
Department Head
8988-4242 local 1013
[email protected]

Mr. Jose Marcelino Pilar, Jr., EnP
Assistant Department Head
8988-4242 Local 1013

Divisions/Sections

Divisions Officer NameOffice AddressContact Information
Social Development Planning Division
Mr. Andrew Anthony S. Arevalo
Project Development Officer IV/Acting Head
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO Building), Mayaman St., Quezon City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1010
[email protected]
Economic Development Planning DivisionMr. Albino T. Abella
Project Development Officer IV/Acting Head
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO Building), Mayaman St., Quezon City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1009
[email protected]
Special Projects DivisionMr. Henry G. Lagasca
Project Development Officer V/Head
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO Building), Mayaman St., Quezon City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1011
[email protected]
Land Use and Infrastructure Development DivisionEngr. Pedro Valentino P. Garcia
Project Development Officer  V/Head 
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO Building), Mayaman St., Quezon City Hall Compound
8988-4242 Local 1008
[email protected]
Institutional Development Planning DivisionMs. Sarina M. Viduya
Project Development Officer V/Head
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO Building), Mayaman St., Quezon City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1011
[email protected] 
Urban Design DivisionMs. Jennifer G. Concepcion
Project Development Officer V/Head
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO Building), Mayaman St., Quezon City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1005; 1014
[email protected] [email protected]
Subdivision Administration DivisionMr. Jonathan E. Africa
Project Development Officer V/Head
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO building), Mayaman St., City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1015
[email protected]
Administrative DivisionMs. Coleen C.  Balasabas
Chief Administrative Officer/Head 
4th Floor, Civic Center D (BRO building), Mayaman St., City Hall Compound8988-4242 Local 1006; 1013
[email protected]

Spotlight 


Quezon City Awards and Recognition

2021 NATIONAL
OVERALL MOST COMPETITIVE HIGHLY URBANIZED CITY IN THE PHILIPPINES

by Department of Trade and Industry/National Competitiveness Council – 9th Competitive Summit

Quezon City was named the overall most competitive highly urbanized city in this year’s index, which tracks cities and municipalities’ local competitiveness.

DOING BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS MOVER3rd BIG IMPACT INDICATOR, SPECIAL CITATION

by Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA)

Quezon City’s Business Permits and Licensing Department (BPLD) and Department of Building Official (DBO) bagged awards during the Ease of Doing Business Summit organized by the Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA).

PLAQUE OF RECOGNITION FOR OUTSTANDING COMMITMENT TO THE FIELD HEALTH SERVICE INFORMATION SYSTEM
by Department of Health/Metro Manila Center for Health Development

In recognition of the city’s outstanding commitment and invaluable support to the Field Health Services Information System and by submitting timely, complete, and accurate data, and for its invaluable contribution to the attainment of the city-wide health system goals and targets towards the achievement of Universal Health Care in the National Capital Region, Quezon City was awarded a Plaque of Recognition by the Department of Health and the DOH Metro Manila Center for Health Development. 

2020 INTERNATIONAL
STEVIE GOLD WINNER AWARD FOR INNOVATION IN GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS

by Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards

Quezon City was the recipient of the Gold Award for Innovation in Government Publication from the prestigious Stevie Awards, one of the world’s most premier business awards. QC won for its publication of the Made in QC Volume 3 The Emerging Essentials which featured forty (40) inspiring micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) that persevered and stood out amid the challenges that the business sector faced while in the middle of the pandemic.

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN GIS (SAG)

by ESRI

The Quezon City Government through the City Assessor’s Department’s e-tax mapping system was awarded the Special Achievement Award in GIS by Esri, a global market leader in geographic information systems or GIS.

PLAQUE OF RECOGNITION FOR OUTSTANDING COMMITMENT TO THE FIELD HEALTH SERVICE INFORMATION SYSTEM

by Department of Health/Metro Manila Center for Health Development

It was recognized by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) as one of 88 cities across the globe that continues to lead on environmental action despite the pressures of tackling Covid-19. Designed to drive and support cities to ramp up their climate action and ambition, CDP’s A-List is based on environmental data disclosed by hundreds of cities in 2020.

2020 NATIONAL
2020 HIGHEST-RANKED FOR LOCALLY-SOURCED REVENUE GENERATION AMONG THE TOP 10 CITIES

by Department of Finance – Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF)

This is the second Financial Year awarded by the local government. The mayor thanked the DOF-BLGF for guiding the city’s funds. According to Mayor Joy, this contest is also a testament to QCitizens’ trust in our local government, after recording the highest tax collection despite the pandemic.

UNQUALIFIED OPINION – HIGHEST EVER COMMISSION ON AUDIT (COA) RATING FOR ITS ANNUAL AUDIT REPORT

from Commission on Audit

The Quezon City government obtained an ‘unqualified opinion’, the highest audit rating that the Commission on Audit (COA) can render to a government agency or a local government unit. A first in local history, Quezon City received the highest rating for the fiscal year 2020 with its financial statements, reports, and processes checked as exemplary and in order.

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2019 INTERNATIONAL
OPENGOV ASIA EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR INNOVATIVE AND DISRUPTIVE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN DELIVERING CITIZEN-CENTRIC SERVICES (BATAS QC APP)

by Philippine Open Gov Leadership Forum

OpenGov is recognizing the Quezon City (QC) Local Government for its efforts in making their residents’ lives easier through the Batas QC Mobile App.

The Batas QC mobile app provides users with a summary of QC ordinances, enabling the citizens with the ease of searching for specific ordinances or browsing through archives.
The purpose of the app is to enlighten the citizens and advise the enforcers when they implement the law.

2019 NATIONAL
SEAL OF GOOD LOCAL GOVERNANCE

by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)

For three consecutive years, the Department of the Interior and Local Government has conferred Quezon City with the Seal of Good Local Governance.
The SGLG is the highest award given by the DILG to LGUs that exhibited excellence in local governance and only eight LGUs in NCR were conferred with this award for this year.

21st GAWAD KALASAG AWARDS TOP DRRMC IN THE PHILIPPINES HIGHLY URBANIZED CITY CATEGORY

by National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council

Gawad Kalasag is the country’s premier annual award for outstanding contribution in the fields of disaster risk reduction and management and humanitarian assistance.

HALL OF FAME AWARDEE AS THE MOST COMPETITIVE HIGHLY URBANIZED CITY IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR FOUR (4) CONSECUTIVE YEARS 2016-2019

by the Department of Trade and Industry, for the Cities and Municipalities Competitive Index

The Department of Trade and Industry recognizes the highly competitive cities, municipalities,, and provinces during the 7th edition of the Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI), commending the local government units’ efforts to enhance the competitiveness at the local and regional levels.
For the fourth year, Quezon City is the overall most competitive Highly Urbanized City (HUC), making it to the CMCI Hall of Fame.

2018 NATIONAL
SEAL OF GOOD LOCAL GOVERNANCE

by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)
1st PLACE – HIGHLY URBANIZED CITIES – OVERALL COMPETITIVENESS

by the Department of Trade and Industry,
at the 6th Regional Annual Competitiveness Summit

FIRST PLACE, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL GAWAD KALASAG AWARD FOR THE BEST CITY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL IN NCR

by the Assessment of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council of the Philippines and the Office of Civil Defense.


Resources


CPDO CITIZEN'S CHARTER 2022
CPDO CITIZEN'S CHARTER 2020
QUEZON CITY ZONING ORDINANCE 2016
2018 ECOLOGICAL PROFILE
2022-2024 DEVOLUTION TRANSITION PLAN (DTP
2021-2025 COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (CDP)
2011-2025 COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN (CLUP)
2021-2023 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM (LDIP)
2017-2020 COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Last updated on June 8th, 2022