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 updates, accomplishments, announcements and best assets of our town. With this noble IT endeavor, we can now transmit accurate, timely and comprehensive information and services about local government’s affairs. They can be directly delivered to our constituency mostly Camaligueños who are outside the region and country eager to hear news and updates about the municipality.
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– CAMALIG LATEST NEWS –

LOOK: Camalig Local Chief Executive, Hon. Carlos “Caloy” Irwin G. Baldo, Jr. welcomes CPT Rolly L. Vibar, Commander of the 31st Charge Battalion, whose jurisdiction encompasses the 2nd District of Albay-Rapu Rapu.   CPT Vibar’s will also be attending the Municipal Anti Drug Abuse Council – Municipal Peace & Order Council
LGU-Camalig Partners with DSWD for Efficient Procurement Training
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LGU-Camalig Partners with DSWD for Efficient Procurement Training

  The Department of Social Welfare & Development (DSWD), through its representative, Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) Coordinator, Mr. Christian Buban, conducts an introduction on community-based procurement at the Socorro’s Lakeside Restaurant and Grill, Brgy. Sumlang.   Participated by procurement volunteers and chairpersons of each continue reading : LGU-Camalig Partners with DSWD for Efficient Procurement Training

MDRRMO, MSWDO Train Brgy. Officials on Emergency, Disaster Response
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MDRRMO, MSWDO Train Brgy. Officials on Emergency, Disaster Response

  The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO), along with the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO), has kicked off a 2-day training program on emergency and disaster management for barangay officials in Camalig, Albay.   Mayor Carlos “Caloy” Irwin G. Baldo Jr. reiterated that barangay leaders play continue reading : MDRRMO, MSWDO Train Brgy. Officials on Emergency, Disaster Response

Calabidongan Cave Development in the Works
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Calabidongan Cave Development in the Works

  Officials of Brgy. Calabidongan engaged in a Communication, Education, and Public Awareness (CEPA) program, which focused on the development of the Calabidongan Cave as a tourism destination.   Said initiative was spearheaded by the Municipal Environment & Natural Resources Office (MENRO), in partnership with the Community Environment & Natural Resources continue reading : Calabidongan Cave Development in the Works

Heat Index in Camalig, Albay (April 9, 2024)
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Heat Index in Camalig, Albay (April 9, 2024)

FYI: Heat Index in Camalig, Albay (April 9, 2024)   36°C: “Extreme Caution”   Heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible, and continuing activity could lead to heat stroke. The general public is advised to practice safety tips in hot weather to prevent heat-related illnesses.   #CAmaligtuLOYpo   Article by: Mr. Tim continue reading : Heat Index in Camalig, Albay (April 9, 2024)

LGU-Camalig Prepares for El Niño; Action Plan in Motion Amid Soaring Temperatures
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LGU-Camalig Prepares for El Niño; Action Plan in Motion Amid Soaring Temperatures

  In response to the increasing high heat index in Camalig, Albay, members of LGU-Camalig’s El Niño Task Force started rolling out their El Niño preparedness and mitigation plan, purposely to ensure total health and public safety in the town.   Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office (MDRRMO) chief, Mr. continue reading : LGU-Camalig Prepares for El Niño; Action Plan in Motion Amid Soaring Temperatures


WONDERS OF CAMALIG

 

C A M A L I G  T U L O Y  P O !

 

Recent archeological findings within the municipality show that Camalig had been inhabited by people with developed social attributes of cultural, religious, social, political and economic relationship and organizations as early as the years 200 BC to 900 AD, the period referred to as the early Iron Age in the Philippines.

TULOY PO KAYO SA CAMALIG!


R E S I L E N C E  B U I L D I N G

 

The MDRRMO Camalig, Albay has five key strategic themes in pursuing prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery and rehabilitation. These include: citizens satisfaction, internal process, financial, learning and growth. Various strategies were identified to be used in order achieve the desired key result areas, goals and objectives under each DRRM aspect.

In 2010, the Municipal Disaster Coordinating Council (MDCC) has been revitalized to ensure the capability of the municipality to respond during disasters. Upon the enactment of Republic Act 10121 or the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010, the existing MDCC has been reorganized as the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC). With it the creation of the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) succeeded.

The MDRRMO as the implementing arm of the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, shall have the primary mission of administering a comprehensive disaster risk reduction and management program by providing leadership in the continuous development of strategic and systematic approaches as well as measures to reduce the vulnerabilities and risks to hazards and manage the consequences of disasters.


CITIZENS’ CHARTER

 

F R O N T L I N E  S E R V I C E S

 

The Local Government Unit of Camalig’s Citizen’s Charter is more than just a comprehensive manual for the Municipality’s primary functions.
imposes a commitment on all departments of the Camalig municipal government to provide efficient and effective service.
It is one of several new ideas that emerged in Municipality.

Hundreds of pages make up the Charter. The most popular ones are listed below.
By selecting the option below, you may also view a detailed list.

TOURISM

MAYORS OFFICE

TREASURY


YOUR ELECTED

 

M U N I C I P A L  O F F I C I A L S

 

Meet the individuals tasked with serving the CAMALIG community and running the MUNICIPALITY.


F U L L  D I S C L O S U R E

 

FDPP DOCUMENTS

FDPP 2022

Full Disclosure 1st Quarter 2022

Full Disclosure 2nd Quarter 2022

Full Disclosure 3rd Quarter 2022

Full Disclosure 4th Quarter 2022

DOWNLOADABLE FORMS

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MAPS

Maps of the municipality, including hazard maps, that are useful for planning, reference and other purposes.


   O N L I N E  S E R V I C E S

PAYMENT TUTORIAL


“Public service is and always will be about the people, for the people. Ipadagos ta po ang pinunan ta. “

Hon. Carlos Irwin G. Baldo, Jr.

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