Category: Local

The city government of Baguio crafted the Smoke Free Baguio Ordinance to make amendments for The Comprehensive Anti-Smoking Ordinance of Baguio City and to minimize the minors’ access to tobacco products and to help those who are attempting to quit tobacco use. And for the benefit of everyone, especially those who have questions regarding the […]

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UNESCO has declared Baguio City as the first Creative City in the Philippines in crafts and folk art category in October 2017. Aside from this, the City of Pines is also the fourth in the ASEAN Region to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). And like the other 64 cities from 44 countries in […]

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SM City Baguio new parking area is now ready to cater to more customers. The mall finally opens its Carpark Annex today, October 23, 2019 to make shopping even more convenient for customers with private vehicles. SM Baguio New Parking Routing Scheme|Carpark Annex Here’s the routing scheme to be implemented for SM Baguio new parking […]

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Baguio City celebrates Indigenous Peoples (IP) Month by staging Gong Festival 2019. Now on its seventh year, the celebration commenced with mural painting on identified walls going to Quezon Hill, Naguilian Road last Thursday, October 3, 2019. Around twenty local artists volunteered and led this activity which will take at least two weeks to finish. […]

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From the iconic Barrel Man, the pasiking, handwoven tapestries depicting traditional symbols of the Cordilleras to silver jewelry, Baguio’s crafts & folk traditions have long contributed to the city’s unique cultural identity. And with “Made in Baguio: The Competitions in Crafts & Folk Art,” this year’s staging of the Baguio Creative City Festival aims to […]

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Burnham Park is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Baguio City. It is a very good place for recreation for families and friends alike. There are a lot of things both tourists and locals can enjoy during their stay in the park. Boating, biking, skating, jogging, strolling, Zumba, picnic, and simply sitting on […]

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With the theme, “Tungo sa Maginhawa, Matatag at Panatag na Pamilyang Pilipino,” the city of Baguio celebrates Family Month with several activities this September. Family Month 2019 Calendar of Activities September 6 – Best Child Development Center Food Garden On September 6, there will be a launching for the best child development center food garden. […]

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The city council has approved the temporary closure of Session Road, particularly the lane going up every Sunday. The said traffic experiment officially started last Sunday, August 18, 2019 and will be executed for a period of six months. Ordinance on closure of Session Road Under the ordinance covering the city’s main thoroughfare, the closure […]

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The Baguio night market, currently located along a 500-meter stretch of Harrison road, will transfer its operations to Burnham Lake Drive (or Jose Abad Santos Drive). The local government has resolved to do this in order to avoid closing one of the city’s main thoroughfares which is Harrison Road. According to Mayor Magalong, they originally […]

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The local government is looking at strategically building and placing at least five (5) bus terminals in specific areas in Baguio to help solve decongestion along the roads in the central business district (CBD). Eyed Bus Terminals in Baguio South-bound According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, the proposed terminal for south-bound buses will be built within […]

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