1st place, 2015 Best Public Employment Service Office Nationwide; 2nd in 2016

Angono’s entry to Best Public Employment Service or PESO in 2015 was a program titled “Bawat Bahay May Naghahanap-Buhay,” the local government’s attempt at achieving inclusive growth.  It involves key stakeholders, the expanding vulnerable sectors, empowering them by increasing their employability and providing them with relevant trainings and livelihood opportunities. The strategies included institutionalizing the continue reading : 1st place, 2015 Best Public Employment Service Office Nationwide; 2nd in 2016

1st Place, 2015 National Drive Against Professional Squatting and Squatting Syndicates; 2nd place in 2016

The National Drive Against Professional Squatting and Squatting Syndicates award was given to Angono by Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council as recognition for its outstanding achievements in curtailing the activities of professional squatters and squatter syndicates through sound legislative actions, pragmatic policies, and innovative anti-professional squatting programs and projects, thus enhancing its capacity to continue reading : 1st Place, 2015 National Drive Against Professional Squatting and Squatting Syndicates; 2nd place in 2016

No. 1 Most Competitive in Infrastructure Nationwide, 2015

In the past two years, various public and private infrastructures and establishments have sprouted in Angono which have contributed to the town’s vibrant economic life blood.  SM Center Angono, McDonald’s, 7-Eleven, Puregold, a renovated and more spacious Jollibee, expanded roads and bridges as well as cell sites of various telecommunication companies have provided services and continue reading : No. 1 Most Competitive in Infrastructure Nationwide, 2015

Recipient of 2015 and 2016 Seal of Good Local Governance

The Seal of Good Local Governance or SGLG was introduced in 2014 by then Department of the Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas. It originated from the department’s Seal of Good Housekeeping program introduced in 2010. The Seal of Good Housekeeping then only measured the levels of compliance to the Department’s Full Disclosure Policy, continue reading : Recipient of 2015 and 2016 Seal of Good Local Governance