CONTACT INFORMATION


Office of the Vice Mayor

  • OVM
  • 2nd Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex
  • 8988-4242 local 8205
  • [email protected]

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

ABOUT US


Description

Acts as the Presiding Officer of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, which is the legislative body of the City that approves ordinances and passes resolutions necessary for an efficient and effective City Government and that ensures the delivery of basic services and facilities provided under Section 17 of the Local Government Code;

Signs all warrants drawn on the City Treasury for all expenditures appropriated for the operation of the Sangguniang Panlungsod and appoint all officials and employees therein, except those whose manner of appointment is specifically provided in the Local Government Code; and

Exercises the powers and performs the duties and functions of the City Mayor in case of temporary vacancy and such other powers and performs such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.

Mission

The Office of the Vice Mayor is dedicated to the enactment of responsive and well-balanced legislation that protects and promotes strong Filipino families and elevates their status as an economic self-sufficient unit of our society in Quezon City, for the glory of God.

Vision

The Office of the Vice Mayor shall be a model of servant leadership and good governance: serving God by serving others and changing the culture of traditional politics, in order to raise the economic self-sufficiency of strong families in Quezon City.

Legal Basis

Republic Act 7160, Otherwise Known As “The Local Government Code Of 1991”, Specifically Sections 456 To 458. 

Service Pledge

Ensure the enactment of local legislations that are responsive and customized to the needs of the QCitizens.

Seek the active participation of the people in enacting and updating local ordinances and ensuring the continuous improvement of local laws.

Lead the QCitizens with a heart for servant leadership and show Quezon City a genuine form of public service that does not revolve around a politician but focuses on God and the people. 

Services


Matters that require City Council Action

Accommodating Complaints, Notices, Requests, or other matters that may require action from the Quezon City Council, including inclusion in the agenda of the city council, endorsement to council committees or other offices for review and action.

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Certified True Copies of Local Ordinances or Resolutions

Accommodating requests for copies of local ordinances or resolutions, whether of the current city council or those passed by the previous city councils, for whatever legal purpose the requesting party may need it for.

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Approved Legislative Measures for Signature

Receiving the final official draft of the legislative measure, whether a resolution or an ordinance, that was passed by the City Council, needs the signature of the Vice Mayor for final approval.

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Official Communications/Correspondence (from outside the Quezon City Government)

Receiving/Acceptance of official documents, communications, correspondences, notices, letters, and invitations from individuals, private organizations, or other government agencies (aside from the offices with the Quezon City Government)

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Official communications/Correspondence (from offices within the Quezon City Government

Receiving/Acceptance of official documents, communications, correspondences, notices, letters, and invitations from offices within the Quezon City Government.

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Personnel Related Transactions

Accommodating personnel transactions, including Issuance of Certificate of Acceptance, Checks, Obligation Requests, Application for Leave of Absence, for Travel Authority, for Travel Order, and Acceptance of Resignation Letter of Employees, Job Order Contracts, and Consultants under the Legislative Department.

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Purchase Requests from Legislative Offices

Receiving Purchase requests for procurement needs of different offices under the Legislative Department.

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Programs


COMMUNITY PROJECTS

1. Free Anti-Rabies Vaccine in close coordination with the Quezon City Veterinary Office.
2. Hospital Assistance to indigent patients thru the issuance of GUARANTEE LETTERS

Arrangement is made with the various Hospitals especially with the following hospitals, namely, Quirino Memorial Medical Center, East Avenue Medical Center, Heart Center, National Kidney and Transplant Institute, and Philippine Children’s Medical Center, where indigent patients are extended modest financial assistance in the form of a GUARANTEE LETTER issued by the Department of Health extended thru the funds of Hon. Vicente C. Sotto III, thru the Office of the Vice Mayor, to help them tide over the high cost of medical care and medicines.

3. Conduct of Seminars
  • Mental Health Awareness Program
  • Strong Families program
  • Basic Gender Sensitivity Program
  • People Empowerment Program
  • Proper Oral Hygiene Program
  • Reproduction Health Program
  • Garbage Segregation Program
  • Eye Care Program
  • Dengue Awareness Program
  • Quality Education Program
  • Small Skill Industry System Program
  • Health and Sanitation Program
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Program
  • Seminar on Domestic Violence
  • Adolescence Reproductive System
4. Livelihood Training

Ever aware of the problems of mass poverty and unemployment,  the undersigned saw the need to help the poor acquire skills that would improve their source of income. He then initiated, in coordination with the barangay officials, TESDA, SSDD, and private companies the following training:

  • Candle Making
  • Soap and Fabric conditioner making
  • Perfume Making
  • Meat Processing (Longanisa, Siomai & Embutido making)
  • Fashion Jewelry Making
  • Dishwashing liquid making
  • E-loading business
  • Training & Distribution of manicure & pedicure sets
  • Stuff toy making
  • Online classes for call center training
  • TESDA training

Department Directory


Ms. Marites Victoria

Chief of Staff 

Tel No: 8988-4242 local 8205

[email protected]

DivisionOfficers NameOffice AddressContact Information
AdministrativeMs. Rochelle T. Basaysay
Executive Assistant V
2nd Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8207
[email protected]
Appointment/
Socials

Ms. Reena Vi Ramos
2nd Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8273
LANMr. Edwin Baytamo3rd Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8316
LegislativeAtty. Rio Rose Santos
Local Legislative Staff Officer VI
2nd Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8206
[email protected]
Operations
Mr. Joey Layugan
Ground Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8130
District Coordinators
District I
Ms. Jaime Espina
Ground Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8128
District Coordinators
District II
Ms. Irene NuevaGround Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8162
District Coordinators
District IV

Ms. Yolanda Laxamana
Ground Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8159
District Coordinators District VMr. Rufino Vergara
Ground Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8130
District Coordinators
District VI
Ms. Eden Balgos
Ground Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8130
Records/ReleasingMr. Oliver Flores2nd Floor, Legislative Wing, City Hall Complex, Quezon City8988-4242 Loc. 8273

Resources


OVM Citizen's Charter
OVM Citizen's Charter 2022

Last updated on December 27th, 2022