CONTACT INFORMATION


Housing Community Development and Resettlement Department

  • HCDRD
  • 3rd Floor, Civic Center Building C, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City
  • 8988-4242 loc. 8642-45, 7606
  • [email protected]
  • https://quezoncity.gov.ph/

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT


MR. RAMON T. ASPRER
City Government Department Head III
Trunkline: 8988-4242 loc. 8641

Our Department is mandated to implement Republic Act No.7279, otherwise known as the Urban Development Housing Act of 1992 (UDHA) , in coordination with the Social Housing Finance Corporation, Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council, the Department of Interior and Local Government and other government agencies concerned , the private sector and other non-government organizations particularly focusing on socialized housing and resettlement programs for the City’s underprivileged and homeless constituents or informal settler families (ISFs); and to undertake programs that will ensure sustained development in the resettlement areas or communities through continuing education, training, providing health and welfare assistance through efficient, honest and committed delivery of public/basic services by its employees.

MISSION
Mandated to implement Republic Act No. 7279, otherwise known as the Urban Development Housing Act of 1992 (UDHA), in coordination with the Social Housing Finance Corporation, Housing and Urban Development Coordination Council, the Department of Interior and Local Government and other government agencies concerned, the private sector and other non-government particularly focusing on socialized housing and resettlement programs for the City’s underprivileged and homeless constituents or informal settler families (ISFs); and to undertake programs that will ensure sustained development in the resettlement areas or communities through continuing education, training, providing health and welfare assistance through efficient, honest and committed delivery of public/basic services by its employees.

VISION
We envision a socially transformed community, empowered, self-reliant, productive and self-contained community with improved quality of life provided with security of tenure through the City’s Socialized Housing Program and suitable relocation or resettlement sites with basic services components.

PROGRAMS and OTHER SERVICES


  1. SOCIALIZED HOUSING PROGRAMS

    Housing programs and projects covering houses and lots or homelots only undertaken by the City or the private sector for the underprivileged or homeless citizens which shall include sites and services development , long term financing , liberalized terms on interest payments, and such other benefits in accordance with Republic Act 7279 and Ordinance SP-2771, 2018.

    COMMUNITY MORTGAGE PROGRAM (CMP)
    A financing program of the Social Housing Finance Corporation which assists legally organized associations of underprivileged and homeless citizens to purchase and develop a tract of land under the concept of community ownership.

    DIRECT SALE PROGRAMS
    The City Government’s program that assists the informal settler families (ISFs) to acquire the city- owned or privately owned lot currently occupied by them by way of direct sale payment to the owner through monthly amortization for 25 years.

    OTHER IN-CITY LGU HOUSING PROJECTS
    Quezon City Government initiated housing project constructed and made available to its qualified residents.

    RELOCATION AND RESETTLEMENT PROGRAMS
    Relocation and resettlement of persons living in danger areas and other Informal Settler Families (ISFs).

    CENSUS SURVEY OF INFORMAL SETTLER FAMILIES (ISFs)
    The HCDRD is mandated to conduct census survey in the  community of urban poor in all districts of the City to determine the exact location and  number  of  the  informal settler families (ISFs) occupying different areas in every barangay and to gather vital information/ data relative to their living condition as well as to prepare and consolidate records of their socio-economic profile.
  2. SUPPORT SERVICES

    PROVIDING ASSISTANCE FOR WATER CONNECTION AND ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAM
    It is the policy of the state enshrined under the 1987 Constitution to provide basic services such as water and electric utilities to various socialized housing areas in the City. Further, it is mandated by R.A 7279 that a coordination between the Department and other line agencies which are essential to the upliftment of the underprivileged sector or society to attain the goals and objectives of the same.

    COLLECTION INTENSIFICATION PROGRAM
    Likewise, the HCDRD through its Accounts Management and Monitoring Section targets an increase in Collection Efficiency Rating (CER) of Direct Sale and CMP Projects and other similar projects for the benefit of the urban poor program beneficiaries in compliance with requirements of the Shelter Programs of the State as provided  for under the 1987 Constitution, R.A. 7279 which is the basis of the Office Order No.1, S- 2006.
    a. Community Mortgage Program
    b. Socialized Housing Projects

    COMMUNITY  ORGANIZING  AND DEVELOPMENT
    Initiates the set-up of community organizations in the depressed/blighted areas to bring greater social awareness and participation.
    HCDRD also coordinates with the HUDCC and other agencies to conduct anti-squatting drive.

    PROVIDING LEGAL SUPPORT
    To undertakes a study and to recommend means on how to effectively prosecute and curtail the nefarious activities of professional squatters, squatting syndicates, recalcitrants etc. in coordination with the City Legal Officer”; and to “perform other functions as may be directed by the City Mayor from time to time.
    HCDRD is tasked to handle cases and problems caused by recalcitrants, professional squatters, squatting syndicates, and their likes to community or urban poor associations with an on-going or already taken-out CMP and other forms of government­ assisted/financed housing projects, the LSG is expected to effectively provide legal support in the prosecution and curt ailment of their nefarious activities, in coordination with the City Legal Officer.

DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY


ATTY. JOSELITO V. CONEJERO
Acting Asst. Department Head
City Government Department Head II
8988-4242 loc. 8643

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Ms. Lorna N. Constantino
Chief Administrative Officer
8988-4242 Loc. 8642, 8645

Central Records Human Resources Section
Ms. Marites M. Miro
Administrative Officer V
8988-4242 Loc. 8645

Budget and Supply Section
Ms. Corazon N. Quiazon
Administrative Officer V
8988-4242 Loc. 8645

Legal Support Group
Ms. Diwata Mariano
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer IV
8988-4242 Loc. 8642


HOUSING AND RESETTLEMENT DIVISION
Mr. Eduardo P. Giolagon
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer VI
8988-4242 Loc. 8647

Direct Sale Section
Ms. Mena N. Ocampo
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer V
8988-4242 Loc. 8648

Community Mortgage Program Section
Mr. Meneleo L. Quisao
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer V
8988-4242 Loc. 7606

Community Development Section
Mr. Rodeo D. Galino
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer IV
8988-4242 Loc. 7606

SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION
Ms. Victoria B. Llanes
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer VI
8988-4242 Loc. 8647

Accounts Management and Servicing Section
Mr. Antonio S. Sanchez
Supervising Administrative Officer
8988-4242 Loc. 8648

Basic Utilities and Services Section
Mr. Artemio Tolentino
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer II
8988-4242 Loc. 8648

CENSUS AND PLANNING
Mr. Joey F. Dela Rosa
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer VI
8988-4242 Loc. 8643

Technical Section
Engr. Edgardo G. Yap
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer V
8988-4242 Loc. 8643

Census Survey Section
Ms. Gemma G. Ingalla
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer IV
8988-4242 Loc. 8643

Resources


HCDRD Citizen's Charter 2020