Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Provincial Director Elenita Ordonio formally opens “Buy Angeles!” Local Trade Fair at the Angeles City Hall on Tuesday. Over 18 city-based small and medium enterprises (SMEs) participated the product exposition. (AC-CIO) ​
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan and Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones led the city’s flag raising rites and wreath-laying ceremony in commemoration of the 119th Anniversary of Proclamation of Philippine Independence, held June 12 at the Pamintuan Mansion. Joining them are Vice Mayor Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno, Museum of Philippine Social History Curator Bettina Ariola and guests from DepEd- Region3. (AC-CIO)
Members of Angeles City-based theater group, Uyat Artista (UA), rendered a soulful reenactment of the first anniversary of Philippine Independence at the historic Pamintuan Mansion in celebration of the 119th Anniversary of Proclamation of Philippine Independence held June 12. Picture shows UA actor portraying General Emilio Aguinaldo waving the National Flag, an interpretation of a scene during the 1899 celebration of Philippine Independence Day in Angeles. (AC-CIO)
Internationally-acclaimed Angeleño Chef Claude Tayag was hailed as Angeles City’s “Deng Talasinup King Singsing” (Keeper of Heritage) awardee for Kapampangan Culinary Arts during a ceremony held May 25 at Museo ning Angeles. Vice Mayor Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno (middle) and City Tourism Officer John Montances (2nd, R) along with Councilors Amos Rivera (3rd, L) and Jae Vincent Flores (right most) presented the award to honor his staunch advocacy in promoting local culinary arts.
Angeleño adolescents get their free circumcision surgery during the launch of Operation Tuli 2017 at the Ospital ning Angeles (ONA). Inset photo shows beneficiaries line up to avail of the free hygienic and safe surgical operation. Present during the project launch are Councilors Alexander Indiongco, Jericho Aguas, Dan Lacson and Amos Rivera. (AC-CIO)


This gives notice that the declared owners of real properties with delinquent accounts hereunder listed have been served copy of the Notice of Delinquency through mail or personal service, however, were returned to the City Treasurer's Office either for reason of addressee's refusal to accept, moved out, unlocated and/or change of address. That despite receipt of Notices, the declared owners failed to coordinate with this office prior to this publication.

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eBOSS (Electronic Business One-Stop Shop) is a computer-based system used in the processing and issuance of business permits in the city of Angeles, Pampanga. The system has been in place since 2003, and has garnered the city numerous citations from several prestigious award-giving bodies (latest of which is recognition from the Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc.), and has been ISO-9001-2008 certified for its utmost efficiency in facilitating the processing of business permits.

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