Office of the Municipal Assessor
The Office of the Municipal Assessor annotates or cancels loans or mortgages on Tax Declaration, Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Property Record Form (PRF) for loan/mortgage purposes.
The Office of the Municipal Assessor issues Certified True Copy of Tax Declarations, Certification of Various Property Holdings, with or without improvement, for legal purposes.
The Office of the Municipal Assessor issues Notice of Assessment and Tax Bill.
The Office of the Municipal Assessor issues Updated Tax Declaration for subdivided/consolidated lots.
The Office of the Municipal Assessor issues updated Tax Declaration for newly constructed/renovated buildings, newly installed machineries request for reassessments.
The Office of the Municipal Assessor verifies/identifies real property location with the aid of Tax Map for securing vicinity map.
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
Owners of large cattle are required to register their ownership from birth to one year. A certificate of ownership is issued to them upon their payment of registration fee. If the large cattle is sold or if ownership is transferred to another person, the sale or transfer shall be registered in which a Certificate of Transfer shall be issued to the purchaser. Slaughter Fees, Permit Fees, Coral Fees, Ante-mortem and Post-mortem Fees are collected based on Tax Ordinance.
Community Tax Certificate is issued starting January 1 to February 28 and interest is imposed after prescribed period. Regulatory fees and other charges are collected based on the approved tax code.
The Office of the Municipal Treasurer collects Business License Fees, Mayor’s Permit Fees and other payments related to any commercial operations or ventures. The license must be renewed from January 2 to 20 every year. Penalties are imposed after this period. Business taxes for new enterprise are based on capitalization. Succeeding renewal fees are computed based on percentage of gross receipts/sales or graduated fixed tax. Payments may be made annually, semi-annually or quarterly. Taxes are due on the first 20 days of each quarter.
The Office of the Municipal Treasurer collects market fees and cash tickets every 20th of the month and every market day respectively.
Collection of real property taxes on lands, buildings, and machineries based on percentage assessed value real property tax may be paid on annual or quarterly basis. Discount is given to those who pay in advance (20% discount for advance payment in December, 15% discount from January 1 to 16, and 10% discount from January 17 to March 31 if property tax is paid for whole year).
Regulatory fees and other charges are collected based on the approved tax code.
Municipal Budget Office
The Budget Office reviews Proposed Barangay Budget as to compliance with all budgetary requirements and PS Limitations.
Office of the Municipal Accountant
Within ten (10) days after the end of the month, the Barangay Treasurer shall prepare a Transmittal Letter and submit to the Municipal Accountant original copies of disbursement vouchers and supporting documents for recording in the book of accounts and the preparation of barangay financial statements. Copy of such transmittal letter, will all the attachments, shall be submitted to the COA SA/ATL who has direct audit jurisdiction over the barangay.
Government employees may secure from the Office of the Municipal Accountant Certificate of Income Tax Withheld from Employees, Certificate of Net Take Home Pay, Certificate of Premiums, Certificate of Loan Payments, and Other Certifications for whatever purpose it may serve them.
Operation of Slaughterhouse
The Operation of Slaughterhouse: ◦ Ensures the production of clean meat through the enforcement of approved and proper meat handling practices in Slaughterhouse, meat transport and meat markets. ◦ Enforces the humans Slaughtering techniques or practices on food animal in the abattoir. ◦ Inspect or verifies relevant documents (Shipping Permit, Veterinary Health Certificate, Certificate of Ownership and/or transfer, Slaughter Permit) of food animals presented for Slaughter. ◦ Maintain personal cleanliness and hygiene in the use of proper attire among Slaughter house worker and proper use of amenities. ◦ Supervise pre-abattoir cleaning and disinfecting of slaughter house premises and equipment. ◦ Ensures the proper disposal of condemned carcasses organs and parts by open kettle rendering if not affected by any dangerous animal disease, the condemned shall be buried deep in the ground with the application of lime. ◦ Accomplishes properly all prescribed report forms of the NMIS and submits them regularly at the end of the month. ◦ Reports immediately the presence of reportable disease (FMD, Hod Cholera, etc.) to the Executive Director of the NMIS. ◦ Helps in animal quarantine work that may be instituted by the agency concerned during outbreak of reportable animal and poultry disease by regulating the entrance and exit of live animals and carcasses to and from the Slaughterhouse. ◦ Conduct and/or assist in animal disease surveillance intelligence among Slaughter house and to perform other related duties as may be required from time to time.
The library is open for all: professionals, students, and out-of-school youth. Library collections are composed mainly of general references for in-depth search or information on a broad range of subjects (e.g. encyclopedias, dictionaries) and some of the Filipiniana and Rizaliana collection.
The i-Hub caters to users in need of computers for online search, electronic mail and the like that needs the facility of internet connection