Events Details

Barangay Assembly Day

March 28, 2015

Pursuant to Proclamation No. 260 dated 30 September 2011, the Barangay Assembly Day for the first semester of CY 2015 is set on March 28, 2015. Relative thereto and in accordance with Section 3978 (b) of the Local Government Code, every barangay is enjoined to undertake the following activities:

1. Deliver the State of Barangay Address (SOBA), with emphasis on:

(a) CY 2014 Second Semester Accomplishments;

(b) CY 2014 Second Semester Financial Report to include, among others, the Itemized Monthly Collections and Disbursement and the Summary of Income and Expenditures; and

(c) Updates on CY 2014 programs and projects.

2. Discuss barangay compliance to DILG Memorandum Circular NO. 2014-81 dated July 15, 2014 regarding the posting of Barangay Budget, Statement of Income and Expenditures and other Barangay Financial Transactions, and Annual Procurement Plan.

3. Discuss issues or concerns affecting the barangay such as but not limited to:

(a) Disaster Preparedness;

(b) Solid Waste Management;

(c) Peace and Order situation, particularly on the proliferation of activities pertaining to illegal drugs in the barangay

(d) Monitoring and strict enforcement of the laws against Human Trafficking at the barangay level; and

(e) Monitoring and strict enforcement of existing laws/ordinances on Stray Animals.

4. Invite the faith-based organizations to attend and participate in the assembly to discuss/explore possible collaborative undertakings in the following areas of engagement:

(a) Participating and monitoring the proper implementation of the barangay projects;

(b) Creating an enabling environment for a meaningful people’s participation in the implementation of DILG projects, especially those in scaling up the practice of good governance.

(c) Initiating and implementing programs, projects and activities to curb corruption and promote transparent, honest and effective governance in the Local Government Units (LGUs); and

(d) Other activities as may be deemed necessary or appropriate or as may be identified by the communities.

Barangay officials may also undertake other activities they deem appropriate to create public awareness on, and generate participation in the Barangay Assembly, such as but not limited to medical or dental mission, tiangge, cultural presentations, etc. Likewise, they are enjoined to prepare Barangay Assembly posters or banners to be posted or hung in conspicuous places, like the barangay hall, plaza, main street, tricycle, jeep or bus terminal, market or talipapa, in the locality.