Ulat sa Bayan of the 19th QC Council:
Reaching New Heights in Local Legislation
After winning the prestigious 2015 National Legislative Award, besting other LGUs across the country, the 19th Quezon City Council reaches new heights by enacting 258 ordinances and 967 resolutions geared towards promoting the City’s economy, tourism, disaster risk reduction, gender equality and integration with the ASEAN community, among others.
QC Council is National Winner of the 2015 Local Legislative Award
For the first time, the 19th Quezon City Council emerged as the National Winner of the 2015 Local Legislative Award for the category of Highly Urbanized Cities/Independent Component Cities, conferred by Philippine Councilors League (PCL), in partnership with the Department of Local and Interior Government (DILG).Read more..
COUNCIL OFFICIALS OF GENERAL SANTOS CITY VISIT QC FOR BENCHMARKING TOUR
The Honorable Vice Mayor Shirlyn L. Bañas-Nograles and Officials of the Sangguniang Panlungsod of General Santos City visited Quezon City on June 16, 2016 for a Benchmarking Tour.Read more..
COUNCIL OFFICIALS FROM DIFFERENT LGUs VISIT QC COUNCIL
On June 15, 2016, the Quezon City Council welcomed around 80 legislative officials from different parts of the country who participated in the 50th installment of the Development Legislation Enhancement Course (DLEC), . Read more..
QC COUNCIL IS 2015 MOST OUTSTANDING SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD FOR NCR
The 19th Quezon City Council bested 16 other local government units (LGUs) in the National Capital Region (NCR) as it once again emerged as the most outstanding Sangguniang Panlungsod upon winning the 2015 Local Legislative Award at the regional level. Read more..
SISTER-CITY CHIBA, JAPAN VISITS QUEZON CITY
On October 5, 2015 durig the flag raising ceremony, arrival honors were given to twenty eight (28) City Officials from the City of Chiba, Japan, headed by its Mayor Toshihito Kumagai who paid their official visit to Quezon City. They were treated to a breakfast at the Bulwagang Amoranto with Honorable City Mayor Herbert Bautista and Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte.
THE FIRST QUEZON CITY BARANGAY SEAL OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARING CEREMONY
First of its kind, the Quezon City in close coordination with the Department of the Interior and Local Government has adopted the Seal of Good Housekeeping on the Barangay level. With the passage of Ordinance No. SP-2273, S-2014, the City recognized the importance of commending the Barangay efforts of attaining the minimum government standards. Read more..