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City Mayor  Hon. Antonio C. Halili   728-9890/ 728-9888
City Administrator  Atty. Junjun G. Trinidad Jr.  728-9840
Chief of Staff Mr. KC Saniano  728-9842
Secretary to the SP Ms. Regina M. Aala- Ocampo 728-9830
City Accountant Ms. Gina S. Juntilla 728-9866
City Agriculture Mr. Renato Cunanan  728-9858
City Assessor  Ms. Annaliza Gonzales 728-9874/ 728-9875
City  Budget  Ms. Taciana S. Songco 706-5232/ 728-9833
BPLO Mr. Elmer L. Perez  728-9878
Cooperative and Livelihood Dev’t. Ms. May Teresita R. Fidelino 728-9859
City Community Affairs Ms. Angelina L. Amat 728-9864
City Civil Registrar  Mr. Dante R. De Sagun 728-9880
CSU Mr. Numetchavez G. Manglo 778-7139
City DRRM Coordinator Mr. Emeterio T. Awitan 728-9868
City Engineer   Engr. Roberto M. Vergara  728-9847
Building Official   Engr. Benjie Castillo  728-9848
Office of the City ENRO     Mr. Enrico Javier 728-9883
City General Services Officer Mr. Jorge G. Valenzuela  728-9882
Office of the City Health Dr. Adel S. Bautista 778-1001 /5790 admin 728-9845
HRMO Ms. Jacqueline Landicho 728-9860
City Legal Officer  Atty. Ferdinand Q. Perez 728-9835
City Librarian   778-4741
CPDC Ms. Aissa M. Leyesa 728-9857
City Public Market    Mr. Ronnie Nones  778-1516
CSWD Ms. Lorna O. Cabrera  728-9887
TMO Mr. Lamberto A. Sanggalang 778-4829
City Treasurer Mr. Fernando Manzanero 728-9873                                           
City Veterinarian Dr. Aries P. Garcia 728-9843
City Information  Mr. Gerardo Y. Laresma  728-9841
Senior Citizens Association  Mr. Nicolas Chavez  728-9821
Slaughterhouse  Division Mr. Glenn O. dela Cruz    778-1332
Tanauan City College  Mr. Michael E. Lirio 702-6979 / 706-3934
MAC Group  Mr. Allan L. Fajardo   702-7391
Sports and Development   Mr. Fortunato M. Dimayuga, Jr.  728-9870
TFRB    728-9862
Bid and Awards Comittee    728-9837
Tourism   Mr. Ed Jallores 728-9854
Commission on Audit    728-9855
Association of Barangay Council (ABC)   728-9852
     
Vice Mayor Atty Jhoanna Corona 728-9851
Councilor Hon. Eric Manglo 728-9826
Councilor Hon. Angel Atienza 728-9827
Councilor Hon. Rizaldin Magpantay 728-9829
Councilor Hon.Ben Corona 728-9825
Councilor Hon.Gileen Canobas-Manaig 728-9822
Councilor Hon.Herman Trinidad 728-9823
Councilor Hon.Joseph Castillo 728-9828
Councilor Hon.Jun Goguanco 728-9850
Councilor Hon.Sammy Platon 728-9824
Councilor Hon.Lim Tabing 728-9832

                                                                                

 

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Commission on Election          Atty. Juan B. Aguila Jr.               778-4606

DILG                                    Ms. Marissa C. Marasigan            728-9838

PNP-Tanauan                              778-1126 / 1226

Prosecutor's office                                                               778-7005

BATELEC II                            Mr. Cesar AM Mercado Sr.          778-1719 / 0141

Bureau of Internal Revenue      Ms Eufrosina P. Gatdula            778-1669

Commission on Audit              Ms. Daisy M. Briones                 778-5170

DepEd - Tanauan East             Mr. Teodoro M. Lualhati            778-1156

DepEd - Tanauan North         Ms. Genoveva C. Castillo              778-1488

DepEd - Tanauan South         Ms. Marina L. Robert                  778-1262

Bureau of Fire Protection       Sr. Insp. Marilyn C. Calapati           778-2018             

Tanauan Water District          Ms. Feliciana B. Sumague              778-1155

 

 

                                                                                                                

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TANAUAN, BAYAN KO

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At sa'yong sinapupunan Kami;y ganto mong iningatan
Dangal ka ng bayang Batangan at perlas ka ng Silangan
Babaunin ko kailan pa man Tanauan kong bayan

Tanauan, Bayang Tanauan Ika'y higit na yaman
Tanauan, Bayang Tanauan, Ika'y silbing kanlungan
Tanauan, Bayang Tanauan Ika'y hindi iiwan
Bayang kong kinagisnan sapul sa pagsilang

Kung sa ngalan mo'y may aapi Silahis ng araw ang sasaksi
Babangon ang bughaw na lipi Sa duyan ng mga bayani
Maharlikang dugo'y iaalay Mapatid mang itong buhay
Huling lakas man ay ibibigay Mahal kitang tunay

Tanauan, Bayang Tanauan Ika'y higit na yaman
Tanauan, Bayang Tanauan, Ika'y silbing kanlungan
Tanauan, Bayang Tanauan Ika'y hindi iiwan 
Bayang kong kinagisnan sapul sa pagsilang

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Bayang kong kinagisnan sapul sa pagsilang 

Duyan kong kinagisnan Tanauan kong Bayan

Peace and Order is of vital importance in every community. Safety is included in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs that one needs to satisfy after the physiological needs. That is how important safety is to every human being, this being the case the government is giving prime significance in maintaining the peace and order situation in every locality.

For the City of Tanauan, there is the active presence of the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, and Bureau of Fire Protection.

TANAUAN CITY PNP

The Tanauan City main PNP headquarter is located at #142, Mt. View Subdivision, F Platon St., Brgy. Poblacion 3 within the premises of the city hall and with a total land area of 162 square meters. It has three (3) sub stations located at Barangay Sambat , at  the intersection of JP Laurel highway and A. Mabini Ave., and at Barangay Ulango. Ideally, the minimum standard police-population ratio is 1: 1000, however the table below shows the active PNP personnel at Tanauan City for the last three years indicates that there is a need for more policemen in the city.

 

 

Although there is an increase in the number of PNP personnel from 2007 to 2009, it still cannot accommodate the increasing population. Following the ideal police to population ratio of 1:1000, for 2009 given the population of 150,596 for the said year, there is a need for 150 policemen. Clearly, the table above reflects the need for 74 more policemen for the year 2009. At present, a single police officer is taking care of the safety of the 1,982 civilians.

To augment the situation, the barangay safety officers (barangay tanod) as well as Lupong Tagapamayapa are actively participating in keeping the peace and order situation within their barangay. Specifically, the barangay tanod patrols the barangay against lawless individuals while the Lupong Tagapamayapa settles the cases which can be decided within the barangay level. Furthermore, Barangays are equipped with barangay vehicle to carry out services. This is also done to prevent jail congestion for petty crimes/offenses.  Table 2 shows the number of personnel doing the said functions.

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Barangay Tanod/Barangay Public 937
Safety Officers (BPSOs)  
Lupong Tagapamayapa 548

 

Further, in the City Government’s effort to maintain the well-being of its citizens, it has acquired the following equipment as of 2009:

PATROL CARS / MOTORCYCLES

Motorcycles Enduro 150cc  - 4

Isuzu HILUX  - 1

Isuzu DMAX – 1

Isuzu back-to-back – 2

Isuzu Crosswind – 1

Hummer – 1

 
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

Computer – 7

Printer – 7

Scanner – 1

Router – 1

Webcam – 1

Base Radio – 1

Handheld Radio -          20

Cellphone (Smart/Globe) – 2

Telephone (PLDT Landline) – 3

Internet (PLDT DSL)

 

FIREARMS (ISSUED)

9 MM – 18

45 Cal –   1

 

SWAT EQUIPMENT

M4 (Firebird) – 20

Ballistic Vest – 20

Helmet    – 20

Night Vision Google –   1

Binocular –   1

Gas Mask –   8

 

Noteworthy also is the number of security and detective agencies based within the city to ensure the safety of business establishments and companies located at Tanauan City as reflected in Table 3.

 

It is the policy of the city government of Tanauan to develop the Physical and social well being of the Tanaueños through skills development and provision of sports and recreational facilities. In so doing, it promotes physical education and encourages sports programs, league competitions and amateur sports, including training for international competitions, to help sports minded people gain self value & esteem, built confidence & determination, and make a successful career in the sports industry.

The present administration sees there is much more that can be done in schools and outside the education system to encourage healthy lifestyles from all walks of life which include a fun, sports element.  For several years now the city government has implemented sports development programs intended for its constituent.

To date, the Jose P. Laurel Memorial Gymnasium (Gym I), at Poblacion II, has become the venue of numerous sports events such as Inter Barangay Basketball Tournament, PBL games which is a professional competition participated by several teams. Social events such as the annual ball of I DO Club as well as other social activities are being held in this gymnasium. Furthermore, the gym can be converted to a venue for stage plays and production numbers since it has a stage located at the far end of the building. The building is equipped with eight (8) heavy duty air conditioning units to augment the atmosphere of the place.

The Speaker Jose B. Laurel Gymnasium (Gym II) located at the back of the City Hall also serves as the venue for athletic meets in the District division within the city as well as the Inter LGU Sports competition which is an annual competition for the Local Government Units. The size of the gym can accommodate a basketball, volley ball and badminton courts as well.

As shown in the graph above, every barangay has a multi purpose hall not just to accommodate meetings but social events within the barangay level as well. There are forty six (46) courts that can be utilized as either basketball or volleyball court. A softball/baseball diamond located at Barangay Altura South serves as the practice venue for our baseball team which has brought forth so much recognition worldwide that it is now considered as one of the top teams to watch out. Several schools are equipped with football fields and pools for competitive purposes. A tennis court located at the back of the Legislative building accommodates athletes and tennis club members who wish to harness their skill in the field of sport.

RECREATION

PARKS

The Mabini Plaza was rehabilitated to suit the outdoor activities of the city. These include trade fairs, concerts and beauty pageants. It is also considered as a park where people do most of their recreation and pleasant time.

CULTURAL CENTER

The Gov. Modesto Castillo Cultural Center that is located at Barangay Poblacion I is being rehabilitated to accommodate occasions of all type.

RESORTS

Several private resorts are already visible in the city which makes it convenient for the communities to enjoy and come to the resorts any time they want. Resorts are listed below:

 
 
 
MALL

The newly built Walter Mart located at Barangay Darasa provides convenience to the people since facilities include theater, convenient stores, boutiques, restaurants, all packaged into one place.

 
FASTFOOD CHAINS

Table shows the number of fastfood chains located within the Poblacion:

 

 

 

HOUSING

 

Housing plays a vital role in the basic needs of human being in such a way that it provides shelter and protection to individuals in their daily living. And one of which is to provide for the necessary housing needs of the people is the belief of the city government. But to be able to do so, one must be aware of the conditions of the people in order to take action to any situation given. Based on the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) of 2008, there are about 28, 562 households accounted for in the survey having an average household size of 5 persons per household. The table listed below shows the percentage of families living on what condition in terms of occupancy:

TENURE STATUS

Graph ___: Tenure status

The graph shows that of the 28, 562 number of households, there are 20, 811 households or an equivalent of 72.86 % owns the house and lot they are living in.  This means that a high percentage of households are able to acquire a good living condition.  Households numbering to 2, 729 which constitute 9.56% of the total household belong to the ones that are renting their houses regardless whether it is a house, lot or both house and lot. There are also 4, 295 or 15.04% households whose relatives are living or working outside the country that they permit their house to be taken cared of by their relatives. There are 586 households or 2.05% who belong to those who dwell in a lot that do not have the consent of the owner, which can be considered as illegal squatting.

Graph ___: By Type of Construction Materials of outer walls

The graph shows that 21, 203 households or an equivalent of 74.23% of the total households use strong materials such as concrete, bricks, stone, wood and galvanized iron for the construction of their outer walls. Light materials consisting of bamboo, sawali, cogon and nipa are also being used by 3, 546 households or 12.42% of the total household. Mixed materials but predominantly strong materials were used by 2, 495 households while that of households who used mixed but predominantly light materials are 868 or an equivalent of 3.04%.

Graph ___: By type of construction materials of roof

The graph shown above also indicates that based on the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) of 2008, Strong materials were also used by 21, 668 households or an equivalent percentage of 75.86%. This was followed by 3, 212 households who used light equipment for their roofing materials, Mixed but predominantly strong materials were used by 2, 380 that is equivalent to 8.33 % of the total household.

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