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City Mayor of Valencia City

As my call to serve and lead the people of the City of Valencia, it is a challenge for me to make the city more progressive. First and foremost, to be able to attain it, I ensure that the employees of the City Government of Valencia serve the people in excellence as true public servants.
Among the many steps I took during my administration, I am encouraged to create a functional website to foster transparency. It is a tool to provide better services to all sectors in the community and it will also encourage public participation. The ultimate aim of this website is that eventually it will become a channel to facilitate business transactions efficiently using secured electronic payment systems.
It is with great pleasure to welcome you all to the official website of the City of Valencia. Feel free to browse and may it answer specific need of all users.
Thank you.
~City Mayor Azucena P. Huervas 
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Press Releases

Valencia City Recognizes 7 Drug-Free Barangays

The City Government of Valencia has recognized seven barangays in the city for being cleared from illegal drugs during the observance of this year’s Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week on November 26, 2018…read more

DENR Favours LGU Valencia for City Hall Property Patent and Titling Application

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region 10 recently released its Decision in PENRO Claim No. 2016-02 Heirs of Justiniano Paloma vs. City Government of Valencia, Bukidnon…read more

Valencia City, MFMDPRI Concurs for Continued Operation of German Doctors

The City Government of Valencia signed into Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Mindanao Foundation for Medical Disaster Preparedness and Response, Incorporated (MFMDPRI) more

Valencia City all set for National ICT Month Celebration

The Information Communications Technology (ICT) Division of the City Government of Valencia is all set for the conduct of programs and activities in line with this year’s National ICT Month more

Valencia CDRRMC Conducts Disaster Forum with DepEd

To establish coordination and enhance disaster preparedness skills among schools and the City Government of Valencia, CDRRMC conducted Disaster Forum and Localized Thunderstorm Protocol with private and public principals in the City of Valencia on January 15, 2016.

Bringing together key leaders in academe in the whole city, the forum aims to help improve and form strategic partnerships for community disaster preparedness in the city.

Attended by private and public school principals in the city, the forum started with a multimedia presentation followed by the welcome message by CDRRMC Executive Officer Alejandro L. Larosa, Jr.

Engr. Jonares A. Tadena, Project Development Officer and Focal Person of DepEd Valencia City, introduced and acknowledged the participants.

Meanwhile, Ms. Rechel G. Tagaylo, Clerk III of City Mayor’s Office who spoke in behalf of the City Mayor Hon. Azucena P. Huervas, gave her sincerest thanks to the participants for attending the forum. She also delivered the Mayor’s message, that as the Chairperson of the City Risk Reduction and Management Council, the Local Chief Executive reiterates EO No. 66 stating that in the absence of typhoon signal warnings from PAGASA, localized cancellation or suspension of classes and work in offices may be implemented by the chairperson of CDRRMC.

The Mayor also encouraged the principals to be more vigilant and should have coordination during emergency response and protocols.

For the overview of disaster preparedness, Capt. Larosa discussed the basics of disaster preparedness in the Philippines. Our country is one of the most high-risk countries in the world for experiencing natural disasters, possible natural disasters includes earthquakes, floods, mudslides, typhoons, and volcanic eruptions and in Valencia City, the August 4 flashflood challenges every BDRMC as well as the private and public schools to be more proactive in dealing with localized thunderstorms and other hydro-meteorological hazards. He also discussed the Human-induced or man-made hazards, and the protocols before, during and after flashfloods.

Ms. Anita R. Fortich, OIC of PAGASA Mindanao Regional Services Division, discussed the meteorological hazards and tropical cyclone warnings and its preparedness. She also explained the six questions to ask: Hazard, Location, Scale, Impact, Timing and Probability and Response.

She also discussed the observations of weather data, Doppler RADAR program, Analysis of weather maps, satellite, RADAR images, formulation of the forecast and other data.

After the presentation of localized thunderstorm by Capt. Larosa, there was an interaction with the participants, CDRRMC and the speakers.

The forum was hosted by Jovenone A. Ellacone, Admin. and Training Officer of CDRRMO Valencia City.