MAYOR’S MESSAGE

RIGHT INFORMATION IS INDISPENSABLE TO ALL ESPECIALLY TO A GROWING MUNICIPALITY LIKE CAMALIG. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TOOLS LIKE CELLULAR PHONES ARE ALREADY WIDELY USED. THESE ARE NOT CONSIDERED LUXURIES ANYMORE BUT ALREADY A NECESSITY IN THE DAY TO THE ORDINARY CITIZENS.

Being on the web will provide investors and prospectors access to investment opportunities and potentials to determine the kind of business of investment venture they could embark based on the information available. For research purposes and site visitors, they can come to know Camalig better. They will be given significant in formation, particularly the local government services, affairs, priority undertakings, development. [Read More] 


VICE MAYOR’S MESSAGE

Welcome to Camalig, Albay the Pinangat Capital of the Philippines! We warmly invite you to come and enjoy and if possible live with us in our distinctive and attention-grabbing culture. Join us in achieving our fervent dream of making Camalig awake, an economic and tourism haven that will gather interesting people to be grateful for the rich and promising resources with the picturesque Mayon Volcano, as such leading to progressive governance.

The Local Government Unit of Camalig, Albay continues to hold ways and means in order to effectively and efficiently inform the people of its agenda, development priorities, programs, projects and activities that they will directly and indirectly benefit from. The upgrading of the municipality’s website will confidently open the chance and prospects for our people to be able to get the essential information desired from [Read More] 


-Anti-illegal drug endeavors: Members of the Municipal Anti Drug Abuse Council (MADAC) technical working group (TWG) have convened to ensure LGU-Camalig’s compliance and support to the anti-illegal drug initiatives of the national government.

-Improved Public Service & Local Governance:Formulated during the training-workshop, the CapDev agenda aims to capacitate LGU-Camalig heads and functionaries on the concept of capacity development and its importance to accountable, transparent, participatory, and effective local governance.


CAMALIG LATEST NEWS

November 5, 2021

GOOD NEWS1

Camalig, Albay records twenty (20) new recoveries • Patient#42927 from Brgy. Caguiba • Patient#42931 from Brgy. Sua • Patient#42940 from Brgy. Cotmon • Patient#42941 from Brgy. Baligang • Patient#42942 from Brgy. Baligang • Patient#42943 from Brgy. Palanog • Patient#42944 from Brgy. Palanog • Patient#42945 from Brgy. Tagaytay • Patient#42946 from Brgy.
Covid Response Updates, Latest News
New COVID-19 case/s: • Patient#45196, 72 years old, female, Brgy. Baligang (quarantined) • Patient#45227, 12 years old, male, Brgy. Cabangan (quarantined) • Patient#45228, 40 years old, female, Brgy. Cabangan (quarantined) • Patient#45229, 73 years old, female, Brgy. Sumlang (quarantined) • Patient#45230, 46 years old, male, Brgy. Sumlang (quarantined) • Patient#45231, 32
Covid Response Updates, Latest News
Personnel under the Municipal Tourism & Cultural Heritage Office (MTCHO) hold safety inspection at business establishments and tourist spots as part of LGU-Camalig’s drive in promoting safe local tourism.   The activity is being conducted to determine and ensure compliance of the subject areas with the minimum public health standards set
Covid Response Updates, Latest News, Tourism News Update, Tourism Update
New COVID-19 case/s: • Patient#45043, 41 years old, female, Brgy. Salugan (quarantined) • Patient#45044, 35 years old, male, Brgy. Tagaytay (quarantined) • Patient#45045, 30 years old, female, Brgy. Tagaytay (quarantined) • Patient#45046, 31 years old, female, Brgy. Tagaytay (quarantined) • Patient#45047, 18 years old, male, Brgy. Palanog (quarantined) • Patient#45049, 52
Covid Response Updates, Latest News
LGU-Camalig held a dialogue with land owners and representatives of lot areas located at the Libod-Salugan Bypass Road, MDRRMC Operations & Training Center, 2nd flr., Mytalic bldg., Brgy. 2, Poblacion, Camalig, albay.   The activity was conducted following reports of frequent parking of pakturadors (trucks carrying pigs from Visayas and Mindanao)
Covid Response Updates, Latest News