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VICE-MAYOR, PRESIDING OFFICER

HON. JOHN MARVIN "YUL SERVO" NIETO

VICE-MAYOR, PRESIDING OFFICER
CITY MAYOR

HON. MARIA SHEILAH "HONEY" LACUNA PANGAN

CITY MAYOR
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VICE-MAYOR, PRESIDING OFFICER

HON. JOHN MARVIN "YUL SERVO" NIETO

VICE-MAYOR, PRESIDING OFFICER
CITY MAYOR

HON. MARIA SHEILAH "HONEY" LACUNA PANGAN

CITY MAYOR

Manila City Council

The Manila City Council (Filipino: Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila) or the city’s legislature is composed of 38 councilors, with 36 councilors elected from Manila’s six councilor districts (coextensive with the Legislative districts of Manila) and two councilors elected from the ranks of barangay (neighborhood) chairmen and the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK; youth councils). The presiding officer of the council is the Vice Mayor, who is elected citywide. The council is responsible for creating laws and ordinances under Manila’s jurisdiction. The mayor can veto proposed bills, but the council can override it with a two-thirds supermajority.


 

COUNCILORS

DISTRICT I

HON. JESUS “TAGA” FAJARDO JR. 

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HON. ERICK IAN “BANZAI” NIEVA

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HON. NIÑO DELA CRUZ

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HON. MOISES “BOBBY” LIM

Ξ


HON. IRMA ALFONSO-JUSON 

Ξ


HON. MARTIN “MARJUN” ISIDRO JR.

Ξ

 


Manila City Council

The Manila City Council (Filipino: Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila) or the city’s legislature is composed of 38 councilors, with 36 councilors elected from Manila’s six councilor districts (coextensive with the Legislative districts of Manila) and two councilors elected from the ranks of barangay (neighborhood) chairmen and the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK; youth councils). The presiding officer of the council is the Vice Mayor, who is elected citywide. The council is responsible for creating laws and ordinances under Manila’s jurisdiction. The mayor can veto proposed bills, but the council can override it with a two-thirds supermajority.


 

COUNCILORS

DISTRICT I

HON. JESUS “TAGA” FAJARDO JR. 

Ξ


HON. ERICK IAN “BANZAI” NIEVA

Ξ


HON. NIÑO DELA CRUZ

Ξ


HON. MOISES “BOBBY” LIM

Ξ


HON. IRMA ALFONSO-JUSON 

Ξ


HON. MARTIN “MARJUN” ISIDRO JR.

Ξ

 

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Manila City Council

The Manila City Council (Filipino: Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila) or the city’s legislature is composed of 38 councilors, with 36 councilors elected from Manila’s six councilor districts (coextensive with the Legislative districts of Manila) and two councilors elected from the ranks of barangay (neighborhood) chairmen and the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK; youth councils). The presiding officer of the council is the Vice Mayor, who is elected citywide. The council is responsible for creating laws and ordinances under Manila’s jurisdiction. The mayor can veto proposed bills, but the council can override it with a two-thirds supermajority.


 

Secretariat Corner

VISION

AN EFFICIENT SANGGUNIANG SECRETARIAT FOR THE COUNTRY’S PREMIER CITY, COMPRISED OF DIGNIFIED CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING TOGETHER IN PROVIDING ADMINISTRATIVE LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR QUALITY AND PROACTIVE LEGISLATION FOR THE GENERAL WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE OF MANILA.


MISSION

It’s our duty to effectively dispose our tasks and optimize our resources in the:

    1. Administration of personnel, records, accounting, supply and City Council facilities;
    2. Preparation of Agenda for Council Sessions;
    3. Transcription, safekeeping and preservation of jounal and minutes of council proceedings;
    4. Drafting research, evaluation and finalization of ordinances and resolutions;
    5. Submissions and dissemination of approved measures to ensure accessibility to the general public, and 
    6. Maintenance of harmony and cooperation among employees. 

8 NORMS OF CONDUCT OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES

    1. Commitment to Public Interest 
    2. Professionalism
    3. Justness and Sincerity
    4. Polotical Neutrality
    5. Responsiveness to the Public
    6. Nationalism and Patriolism
    7. Commitment to Democracy
    8. Simple Living

CORE VALUES OF CITY COUNCIL EMPLOYEES

    • Service with Concern to Others
    • Service with Initiative 
    • Service with Compassion
    • Service with Competence 
    • Service with High Morals and Integrity
    • Service with Accountability
    • Service with Respect
    • Service with a Smile

 


Manila City Council

The Manila City Council (Filipino: Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila) or the city’s legislature is composed of 38 councilors, with 36 councilors elected from Manila’s six councilor districts (coextensive with the Legislative districts of Manila) and two councilors elected from the ranks of barangay (neighborhood) chairmen and the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK; youth councils). The presiding officer of the council is the Vice Mayor, who is elected citywide. The council is responsible for creating laws and ordinances under Manila’s jurisdiction. The mayor can veto proposed bills, but the council can override it with a two-thirds supermajority.


 

Secretariat Corner

VISION

AN EFFICIENT SANGGUNIANG SECRETARIAT FOR THE COUNTRY’S PREMIER CITY, COMPRISED OF DIGNIFIED CIVIL SERVANTS WORKING TOGETHER IN PROVIDING ADMINISTRATIVE LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR QUALITY AND PROACTIVE LEGISLATION FOR THE GENERAL WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE OF MANILA.


MISSION

It’s our duty to effectively dispose our tasks and optimize our resources in the:

    1. Administration of personnel, records, accounting, supply and City Council facilities;
    2. Preparation of Agenda for Council Sessions;
    3. Transcription, safekeeping and preservation of jounal and minutes of council proceedings;
    4. Drafting research, evaluation and finalization of ordinances and resolutions;
    5. Submissions and dissemination of approved measures to ensure accessibility to the general public, and 
    6. Maintenance of harmony and cooperation among employees. 

8 NORMS OF CONDUCT OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES

    1. Commitment to Public Interest 
    2. Professionalism
    3. Justness and Sincerity
    4. Polotical Neutrality
    5. Responsiveness to the Public
    6. Nationalism and Patriolism
    7. Commitment to Democracy
    8. Simple Living

CORE VALUES OF CITY COUNCIL EMPLOYEES

    • Service with Concern to Others
    • Service with Initiative 
    • Service with Compassion
    • Service with Competence 
    • Service with High Morals and Integrity
    • Service with Accountability
    • Service with Respect
    • Service with a Smile

 

Latest News

NEWS ALERT: The City of Manila allows not wearing of face masks in open and not heavily crowded places as amended by Ordinance No. 8901

NEWS ALERT: The City of Manila allows not wearing of face masks in open and not heavily crowded places as amended by Ordinance No. 8901.

It amended the Ordinance No. 8627 that requires the mandatory use of face mask in all public places within Manila City.

The City Council of Manila headed by Vice Mayor Yul Servo Nieto enacted the ordinance that was sponsored by Majority Leader Councilor Jong Isip, Jr. last September 13, 2022 in accordance to the mandate of President Ferdinand “Bong-Bong” Marcos, Jr. under Executive Order No. 03 Series of 2022.

However, wearing of face mask is highly encouraged for senior citizens, unvaccinated individuals, and those and are immunocompromised. Minimum physical distancing should also be observed.

Furthermore, wearing of face mask remains mandatory in places where the minimum physical distance could not be mantained.

In her live special report, Manila Mayor Dr. Honey Lacuna reminded the citizens of Manila to remain cautious despite this amendment.

Unvaccinated and not fully vaccinated individuals are highly encouraged to get fully vaccinated while fully vaccinated individuals are highly encouraged to get their booster shots.

She also encourages the continuous observance of the minimum health protocols like constant hand washing and maintaining proper physical distancing. (MYV)

Latest News

NEWS ALERT: The City of Manila allows not wearing of face masks in open and not heavily crowded places as amended by Ordinance No. 8901

NEWS ALERT: The City of Manila allows not wearing of face masks in open and not heavily crowded places as amended by Ordinance No. 8901.

It amended the Ordinance No. 8627 that requires the mandatory use of face mask in all public places within Manila City.

The City Council of Manila headed by Vice Mayor Yul Servo Nieto enacted the ordinance that was sponsored by Majority Leader Councilor Jong Isip, Jr. last September 13, 2022 in accordance to the mandate of President Ferdinand “Bong-Bong” Marcos, Jr. under Executive Order No. 03 Series of 2022.

However, wearing of face mask is highly encouraged for senior citizens, unvaccinated individuals, and those and are immunocompromised. Minimum physical distancing should also be observed.

Furthermore, wearing of face mask remains mandatory in places where the minimum physical distance could not be mantained.

In her live special report, Manila Mayor Dr. Honey Lacuna reminded the citizens of Manila to remain cautious despite this amendment.

Unvaccinated and not fully vaccinated individuals are highly encouraged to get fully vaccinated while fully vaccinated individuals are highly encouraged to get their booster shots.

She also encourages the continuous observance of the minimum health protocols like constant hand washing and maintaining proper physical distancing. (MYV)