INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES DEVELOPMENT SECTOR

 

 

 

The Infrastructure and facilities development sector has a following sub-sector, namely;

  • Transportation
  • Water
  • Power
  • Communication
 


GOAL

 

 

 

    Establishments/Improvements of infrastructure facilities and services needed for physical and economic development of the municipality.

 
 

 

 

OBJECTIVES

  • To improve and expand road network, linkages and bridges,
  • To rehabilitate and improve farm-to-market road,
  • To improve traffic rule and management,
  • To efficiently distribute potable water to various barangays,
  • To expand level III water construction to other barangays,
  • To provide reliable and quality power services to its members/consumers,
  • To rehabilitate existing power lines,
  • To improve postal services through the construction of separate building, hiring of additional manpower and the provision of additional motorcycle, and
  • To put up public calling offices operating within 24 hours.
 


STRATEGIES

  • Prioritizing farm-to-market roads for improvement, rehabilitation and construction,
  • Improve traffic management measures by installing traffic sign,
  • Encourage public participation in the maintenance of roads and bridges,
  • Access funds for the water system in the barangays,
  • Provide 24 hour service of water supply,
  • Coordinate with NEA for electrification expansion and for the rehabilitation of power lines,
  • Seeking assistance from the Philippine Portal Corporation for the construction of portal building, hiring of additional manpower and provision of motorcycle,
  • Provision of modern/high-tech communication facilities services.

 

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