CONTACT INFORMATION


Task Force Streetlighting

  • 4th Floor, High Rise Building, Quezon City Hall, Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City
  • 8988-4242 local 8425
  • [email protected]

SATELLITE OFFICE
Holy Cross Memorial Drive, San Bartolome, Quezon City
8703-6696

Office Hours:
Mondays – Fridays
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

ABOUT US


Description

The Task Force Streetlights is created to formulate a comprehensive plan in implementing an integrated energy-efficient streetlighting program for the city.  

Mission

To proudly serve Quezon City’s constituents by providing effective and efficient streetlighting services through the installation, repair, and maintenance of streetlights.

Vision

To ensure that all of Quezon City’s public roads and thoroughfares are sufficiently illuminated.

Legal Basis

Executive Order No. 8, S-2020 (Creating the Task Force for Quezon City Integrated Energy Efficient Streetlighting Program known as “TASK FORCE STREETLIGHTING”).

Service Pledge

To deliver effective and efficient streetlighting services to Quezon City’s constituents.

To provide assistance during disasters.

To provide assistance to other government offices as deemed necessary. 

Services


New Installation of Streetlights

New streetlights are installed in requested areas to increase the illumination in the City in order to augment the safety and security of the community. Prior to installation, an inspection is conducted to determine whether the installation is feasible or not.

More details. 

Repair and Maintenance of Existing Streetlights

Existing streetlights are managed by the City Government in order to maintain illumination in the area. Repair or replacement of streetlight components is done when these are non-operational or pose a threat to the safety of people or properties.

More details.

Provision of Other Support Services

Assistance is provided to different city Departments and Offices, government agencies, barangays, and homeowners in other tasks and activities such as tree trimming, installation of tarpaulins, lanterns, and Christmas decorations, CCTV rectification, dangling wires operations, debris removal, and emergency rescue during typhoons or other calamities.

More details.

Programs


QUEZON CITY INTEGRATED ENERGY EFFICIENT STREETLIGHTING PROGRAM

The integrated program for the installation, retrofitting, repair, and maintenance of City streetlights through the use of energy-efficient streetlight parts/equipment will further reduce power consumption and use a Centralized Management System while attaining a 100% city-illumination level.

Project components include: 

  1. Installation of additional streetlights to attain 100% illumination level
  2. Retrofitting of existing streetlights into a Centralized Management System
  3. Repair and maintenance of streetlights including replacement of dilapidated posts and tree-trimming activities

Guides


HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICES OF TASK FORCE STREET LIGHTING

Steps: 

  1. For new installations of streetlights, submit a letter of request to the Office of the City Administrator.
  2. For repair of streetlights or emergencies, either:
  1. Submit a letter of request to the Office of the City Administrator; or
  2. Call the Task Force’s Main Office at 89884242 local 8618 or its Satellite Office at 8703-6696.
  3. A staff member shall coordinate with the requesting party. 

Department Directory


Michael Victor N. Alimurung
City Administrator
8988-4242 Local 8824
[email protected]

Engr. Ricardo T. Aureo
Action Officer, Task Force Street Lighting
8988-4242 Local 8618
[email protected]

DivisionsOfficer NameOffice AddressContact Information
TaskForce Street Lighting
Engr. Eliseo DC. Adriano
Assistant Action Officer
4th Floor, High Rise Bldg., Quezon City Hall, Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City

Field Office:
Holy Cross Memorial Drive, San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City (inside QCU Main Campus)
8988-4242 Local 8618

[email protected]


8703-6696

Spotlight


Oplan Baklas 2022

In coordination with the Commission on Election (COMELEC), the Task Force participated in the removal of all election campaign paraphernalia installed prior to the May 9, 2022, National and Local Elections.

New Installation of Streetlights

Excavation and concreting of new pedestals to install new steel posts for city streetlights 

Repair and Maintenance of Streetlights

Activities include the replacement of dilapidated pedestals and steel posts, the replacement of busted LED luminaires or malfunctioning photocells, the repair of grounded wires, and the disconnection of illegally connected wires on city streetlights.

(Before and After)

Other Activities

These include the installation and removal of tarpaulins on city projects/programs; the installation and removal of city Christmas decors/lanterns; tree trimming.

Resources


TF Streetlighting Services

Last updated on January 15th, 2023