Mayor Ortega “branded” for service excellence

Mayor Pablo C. Ortega and eleven other local executives all over the country were bestowed Most Outstanding Mayor award by Superbrand Marketing International Inc., “branded” for having characters of excellence in leading which strongly influence their constituents to be a part of nation-building and charting innovations for delivery of services and promotion of the municipality [...]


Health and wellness activities launched

The soft-launching of the Northern Luzon’s Center Health and Wellness by 2020 program featuring a duathlon race (run-bike-run), cooking, zumba dance and an Ilocano Food Festival sponsored by the Multi-Sectoral Governance Council (MSGC) in partnership with the City Government of San Fernando was held on February 16, 2014, this city. The duahtlon with 169 participants, [...]


Mobile clinic brings medical treatment closer to residents

A mobile clinic is now open to serve residents of remote villages of this city to augment the rising population and bringing the sick closer to medical treatment. Aside from the mobile clinic, the city already established lying-in clinics in eight clustered barangays. This city, embarking on a Health and Wellness by 2020 projects consider [...]


San Fernando City bent to become Health and Wellness hub for Ilocos Region

This city, headed by Mayor Pablo Ortega, has adopted Health and Wellness Program in an aim to become the “Northern Luzon’s Center for Health and Wellness by 2020.” Anchored on the ideals of transparency, excellence and accountability of governance, the program was started in six pioneer model barangays last year and expected to have this [...]


AsianCitiesAdapt Project in Partnership with ICLEI

The need to adapt programs and projects to mitigate the impacts of Climate Change is necessary. Therefore, a project funded by Germany’s International Climate Initiative and by the ICLEI European Secretariat from 2010-2013 was brought to life. This project, called the “Asian Cities Adapt – Impacts of Climate Change in Target Cities in India and [...]


San Fdo. City tops eGov Awards

The City of San Fernando, La Union (CSFLU) headed by Mayor Pablo C. Ortega bagged first place in the 2013eGov Awards under the “Best in eGov Customer Empowerment (G2C)” Category for its Document Tracking System (DTS) – a system that improved delivery of services to its constituents. Dubbed as the 2nd Jesse Robredo Awards for [...]


Let’s Go! Negosyo earns 11.3M gross sales

Organized by the City Government of San Fernando, the Let’s GO Negosyo Trade Fair successfully earned 11.3M in gross sales in its first year of conduct. This was officially announced during the Agay-Ayat Kadakayo Amin (AKA) radio program on Dec. 17, 2013 at the Mayor’s Conference Room, City Hall, City of San Fernando, La Union. [...]


CSFLU donates Christmas program funds to Yolanda victims

Christmas is a season of giving and sharing. With this in mind, the City Government of San Fernando led by Mayor Pablo C. Ortega donated P500,000.00 from the Christmas program funds and an additional P80,000.00 from the Sangguniang Panlungsod to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in the Visayas region. “We would like to help them [...]


CSFLU establishes Poro MPA with Chevron

The City Government of San Fernando, La Union through the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (City ENRO) has strengthened the implementation of various activities and projects under Costal Resources Management Programs (CRM). The program aims to preserve, protect and conserve our natural resources mainly on Coastal, Marine and Freshwater Resources. With the concerted effort [...]


Let’s Go! Negosyo Trade Fair boosts business opportunities

The City Government of San Fernando led by Mayor Pablo C. Ortega launched the trade-fair and exhibition named Let’s Go! Negosyo during the opening ceremonies on Dec. 1, 2013 at the City Plaza, City of San Fernando, La Union. Let’s Go! Negosyo was formerly called “Rimat ti Amianan” managed by the Department of Trade and [...]


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