Category Archives: Government

On this day, September 16

  On this day, September 16, in 1987, the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer was adopted in Montreal, Canada. The Philippines ratified the Protocol in 1991.   1975 On this day, September 16, we celebrate 44 years of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. The Philippines established… Read More »

On this day, September 11

  On this day, September 11, in 1956, the Pangasinan-born, English-language novelist, Carlos Bulosan passed away from bronchopneumonia in Seattle, USA. He is best known for his semi-autobiography, “America is in the Heart.”   1917 On this day, September 11, in 1917, the kleptocrat and dictator Ferdinand Marcos, the 10th President of the Philippines, was born in Sarrat,… Read More »

Civil Service Month

  September is Civil Service Month by virtue of Proclamation No. 1050 signed on July 31, 1997, by then-President Fidel V. Ramos. This year’s theme, “Upholding integrity and building a high trust society” The Civil Service Commission, as the central personnel agency of the government, shall establish a career service and adopt measures to promote morale, efficiency, integrity,… Read More »

Valenzuela City Emergency Hotlines

  Valenzuela City Government Hotline 352-1000 Valenzuela City Emergency Hospital 352-6000 Valenzuela City Police Station 352-4000 local 4101 Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) 292-3519 City Social Welfare & Development Office (CSWDO) 352-1000 local 1103/1105/1129 352-2000 Philippine Red Cross Valenzuela City Chapter 432-0273 Alert Center Valenzuela City Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office (VCDRRMO) Valenzuela City Command & Coordinating… Read More »

On this day, August 27

  On this day, August 27, in 1975, Presidential Decree No. 783 was signed, authorizing then Central Bank of the Philippines to operate a Security Printing Plant (SPP) for the printing of Philippine Peso banknotes and other security printing work for the Government of the Philippines. Following representations made by DFA officials, the SPP began printing Philippine passports… Read More »