Downloadable Forms

This is a collection of  government forms used for bookings, applications, permits and many others.

Most downloadable forms below are in Portable Document Format (PDF) unless indicated.  A PDF file can be saved, filled-up, printed, and viewed on your computer.  Adobe Acrobat is a tool that is used to create electronic documents that can be read by almost any computer user without losing any of the document formatting.  Adobe distributes a free viewer called Acrobat Reader that enables one to view these documents. This can be downloaded here.

Contents

BICOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTRUM

CITY AGRICULTURIST OFFICE

CITY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE

CITY BUDGET OFFICE

  • Project Procurement Management Plan &  Annual Procurement Plan (PPMP | APP) MSExcel | 374KB
  • Capital Expenditure Listing | BPF Cap Ex Form MSExcel | 24KB

CITY CIVIL REGISTRY

  • Application for Marriage License Adobe PDF | 479 KB
  • Certificate of Marriage Adobe PDF | 380 KB

CITY ENGINEER’S OFFICE

CITY ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICE

CITY HEALTH OFFICE

CITY HUMAN RESOURCE AND MANAGEMENT OFFICE

CITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

GENERAL SERVICES OFFICE

  • PPMP | APP Series 2013 MSExcel | 374KB

HOUSING AND SETTLEMENT DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

NAGA CITY COUNCIL FOR WOMEN

  • Annual Gender and Development (GAD) Plan and Budget MSExcel | 36KB

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