Through Ordinance 2021-014 (The Freedom of Information Ordinance of Naga City), citizens of Naga are armed with a mechanism through which they can request for information and file any complaint.
Free treatment for leprosy
Avoid penalties for late payment of electrical and water connections.
Efficient and timely collection of waste materials at the NCPM
Cash ticket collection (plasada)
Assistance for small and micro enterprises in the city.
Hiking to Mt. Isarog? Get a permit from the City ENRO.
Busted streetlights? Get in touch with your friends at the General Services Office.
Individuals may convey their complaints, feedback, and requests for services on all aspects of city government operations via e-mail.
A stallholder or registered vendor is certified as such by MEPO. This certification is needed in applying for water connection from MNWD, a landline, cable TV and internet connection, as well as loan applications. Apply for certification by following these steps.
Disaster emergency response and other services
For vendors with confiscated items
Make sure your weighing scales are up to standards.
At the Naga City People's Mall, pushcarts and karil are registered for regulation purposes
Submit a written application for vacant stalls at the BCS
Payment of stall rentals at the BCS on or before the 15th of every month.
Lease contracts for registered stallholders at the BCS
Terminal pass for buses using the Bicol Central Station.