Notice of Application for Marriage License
FDP Documents
-2016 Annual Budget
-2016 Annual Procurement Plan
-2016 Gender and Development Plan
-1st quarter 2016, Statement of Cash Flows
-1st quarter 2016, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-1st quarter 2016, Trust Fund Utilization
-1st quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-1st quarter 2016, Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-1st quarter 2016, SEF Utilization
-1st quarter 2016, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-1st quarter 2016, Manpower Complement
-2nd quarter 2016, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-2nd quarter 2016, SEF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, Statement of Cash Flows
-2nd quarter 2016, Trust Fund Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, LDRRMF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2016, Manpower Complement
-2nd quarter 2016, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-2nd quarter 2016, Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-3rd quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016,Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-3rd quarter 2016,Unliquidated Cash Advance
-3rd quarter 2016, SEF Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016,Trust Fund Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016,Statement of Cash Flows
-3rd quarter 2016, LDRRMF Utilization
-3rd quarter 2016, Manpower Complement
-3rd quarter 2016, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-4th quarter 2016, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
-4th quarter 2016, Bids Result
-4th quarter 2016, Trust Fund Utilization
-4th quarter 2016,Supplemental Procurement Plan
-4th quarter 2016,SEF Utilization
-4th quarter 2016, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-4th quarter 2016, Statement of Cash Flows
-2017 Summary of Annual Budget Report
-2017 Summary of Annual Procurement Plan
-2017 Statement of Debt Services
-2016 Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
-2016 Annual Gender and Dev't Accomplishment Report (GAD)
-1st quarter 2017, 2o% Component of the IRA Utilization
-1st quarter 2017, Bids Result on Goods and Services
-1st quarter 2017, Bids Result on Civil Works
-1st quarter 2017, Bids Result on Consulting Services
-1st quarter 2017, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-1st quarter 2017, Manpower Complement
-1st quarter 2017, Statement of Cash Flow
-1st quarter 2017, Trust Fund Utilization
-1st quarter 2017, SEF Utilization
-1st quarter 2017, LDRRMF Utilization
-1st quarter 2017, Supplemental Procurement Plan
-2nd quarter 2017, LDRRMF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2017, Manpower complement.2
-2nd quarter 2017, Bids Result on Civil Works, Goods and Services and Consulting Services
-2nd quarter 2017, Statement of Cash Flows
-2nd quarter 2017, Trust Fund Utilization
-2nd quarter 2017, Unliquidated Cash Advances
-2nd quarter 2017, SEF Utilization
-2nd quarter 2017, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
Invitation to Bid (Downloadable)
-Invitation to Bid-October 30, 2014
-Invitation to Bid-February 12, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-March 2, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-March 12, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-March 30, 2015
-Invitation to Bid-Core Local Road
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building
-Construction of Trading Post
-Flood Control
-Construction of Casa de Villaverde Phase I
-Improvement of Ubando Road
-Improvement of Urmaza St. and Aragon St.
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Shed
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building Phase III (Women's Center for Skills Training
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments (Meat Processing)
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments (Dressmaking)
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation (Pieza, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation (Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation (Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Flood Control Project (CHB Lined Canal Box Culvert - Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Flood Control Project Gabion Revetment with Mattress - Bintawan Sur & Bintawan Norte, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Invitation to Bid - Supply, Delivery and Palnting of Forest and Fruit Bearing Tree Sedddling (Sawmill and Cabuluan)
-Supply and Delivery of One (1) unit Brand New Passenger Van
-Supply and Delivery of Materials for the Construction or Improvement of Potable Water System of Various Elementary Schools
-Supply and Delivery of Eight (8) units Camera Phone and Three (3) units Laptop for Municipal Agriculture Office
-Improvement of Abalus St. and Morales St.
-Improvement of Rojo St., Salinas St., and Vergara St.
-Installation of Street Lights
-Improvement of Villaverde Public Market
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building at Poblacion Municipal Cemetery
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Drying Pavement (MPDP)-Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya
-Supply and Delivery of one (1) unit Brand New Passenger Van (2)
-Supply and Delivery of Information Technology Equipment for Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
-Supply and Delivery of one (1) SA-20 Semi-automatic biochemstry analyzer
Notice of Award
-Extension of Multi-Purpose Gymnasium-April 21, 2014
-Improvement of Drainage System-April 21, 2014
-Costruction of Children's Play Shed-August 2014
-Improvement of Villaverde Public MArket-October 23, 2014
-Construction or Expansion of Barangay Health Station Phase II- November, 2014
-Construction or Expansion ofMunicipal Health Station (RHU)- November, 2014
-Rehabilitation of Umoc Swip
-Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 23, 2015
-Construction of Composting Facility - April 23, 2015
-Construction of Multi-purpose Building-July 2015
-Construction of Casa de Villaverde
-Improvement of Ubando Road
-Improvement of Urmaza and Aragon St.
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments for the Priority Poverty Reduction Project (Dressmaking)
-Supply and Delivery of Equipments for the Priority Poverty Reduction Project (Meat Processing)
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building Phase III (Women's Center for Skills Training)
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Shed
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation at Bintawan Sur
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation at Ibung
-Core Local Road Construction/Maintenance/Rehabilitation at Pieza
-Flood Control Project (CHB Lined Canal Box Culvert) at Ibung
-Flood Control Project (Gabion Revetment with Mattress)
-Supply, Delivery & Planting of Forest Fruit Bearing tree seedlings at Brgys Sawmill & Cabuluan, Villaverde, NViz.
-Supply and Delivery of Eight (8) units Camera Phone and Three (3) units laptop for Municipal Agriculture Office
-Improvement of Rojo St., Salinas St. and Vergara St.
-Improvement of Abalus St. and Morales St.
e-Bulletin Board [Bidding Result – Abstract]
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 8, 2013
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 28, 2013)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 28, 2013)
Bidding Result - December 2013
Abstract of bids as Calculated - December 2013
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Extension of Multi-purpose Gymnasium)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result - Construction of Children`s Play Shed (July 2014)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (Construction of Children's Play Shed-July 2014)
Bidding Result-Improvement of Villaverde Public Market (October 20, 2014)
Bidding Result-Improvement or Expansion of Municipal Health Station or RHU
Bidding Result-Construction or Expansion of Barangay Health Station Phase II
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and REad-January 9, 2015
Bidding Result (Rehabilitation of Umoc Swip)
Bidding Result (Improvement of Drainage system Phase II) - April 17, 2015)
Bidding Result (construction of Composting Facility) - April 17, 2015)
Bidding Result (construction of Composting Facility) - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Construction of Composting Facility - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (Construction of Trading Post)
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Building Phase III (Women's Center for skills Training
-Construction of Multi-Purpose Shed
-Supply and Delivery of Eight (8) units Camera Phone and Three (3) units Laptop for Municipal Agriculture Office
-Supply and Delivery of Materials for the Construction or Improvement of Potable Water system of Various Elementary Schools
Comparative Statement of Collection
REAL PROPERTY TAX
2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 38,141.87 543,468.10 789,007.46
FEBRUARY 38,752.86 482,039.94 371,564.58
MARCH 46,480.18 930,232.82 494,445.54
APRIL 103,056.00 93,607.16 420,995.01
MAY 47,637.54 214,667.06 151,655.28
JUNE 181,926.30 62,012.52 53,900.38
JULY 32,028.82 71,769.82 66,319.76
AUGUST 88,250.76 43,017.65 89,494.90
SEPTEMBER 102,698.78 67,681.44 88,112.40
OCTOBER 704,687.60 44,532.26 60,190.86
NOVEMBER 322,369.56 83,766.58 6,103.46
DECEMBER 556,225.56 20,461.52 144,078.10
TOTAL 2,287,409.00 2,657,256.87 2,735,867.73
 

BUSINESS TAX

2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 61,570.18 444,835.12 517,036.47
FEBRUARY 9,643.30 80,023.70 92,416.22
MARCH 32,101.54 70,664.13 56,734.42
APRIL 28,335.14 71,155.41 39,766.91
MAY 32,017.59 33,822.02 45,169.55
JUNE 71,535.15 43,516.88 29,627.47
JULY 22,354.60 18,104.60 82,193.86
AUGUST 67,708.44 41,754.64 34,690.50
SEPTEMBER 31,725.43 31,160.30 22,957.02
OCTOBER 31,743.25 26,161.75 8,154.10
NOVEMBER 68,586.35 23,063.88 16,247.50
DECEMBER 348,032.69 15,254.66 19,212.64
TOTAL 805,353.70 899,517.09 964.206.66
 

FEES & CHARGES

  2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 37,327.00 455,065.30 717,756.97
FEBRUARY 46,348.02 102,562.40 161,583.17
MARCH 63,704.00 88,318.70 107,038.30
APRIL 38,646.64 53,016.10 93,911.67
MAY 43,053.20 83,682.10 159,330.54
JUNE 149,850.20 89,272.70 131,340.92
JULY 73,992.60 62,670.80 107,604.67
AUGUST 107,698.91 59,752.45 129,064.47
SEPTEMBER 132,532.32 48,730.00 108,355.80
OCTOBER 125,950.00 24,000.00 100,771.09
NOVEMBER 119,250.00 68,386.70 95,138.62
DECEMBER 243,730.00 19,300.00 64,932.00
TOTAL 1,182,083.00 1,154,757.25 1,976,828.22
 

ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

  2013 2014 2015
JANUARY 44,814.23 17,281.50 77,348.25
FEBRUARY 28,441.73 32,385.80 79,188.94
MARCH 30,499.73 74,182.25 58,067.97
APRIL 26,896.23 39,873.90 12,362.50
MAY 21,307.79 39,140.90 43,351.44
JUNE 15,646.79 150,955.48 37,941.47
JULY 14,722.50 56,222.90 44,371.47
AUGUST 4,150.00 53,160.90 29,225.00
SEPTEMBER 16,590.40 33,289.55 94,078.03
OCTOBER 24,571.40 26,978.50 45,726.94
NOVEMBER 33,852.90 47,235.90 60,494.47
DECEMBER 29,619.90 62,520.65 33,611.47
TOTAL 291,113.50 633,228.20 615,767.95
 

GRAND TOTAL

  2014 2015 2016
JANUARY 154,320.60 1,520,716.77 2,023,800.90
FEBRUARY 127,129.98 743,814.98 625,563.91
MARCH 216,467.97 1,147,283.62 658,218.26
APRIL 107,886.24 230,141.17 554,673.59
MAY 161,849.23 375,522.62 356,155.37
JUNE 554,267.13 232,743.57 214,898.77
JULY 184,598.92 322,063.56 256,118.29
AUGUST 316,819.01 173,749.74 253,249.87
SEPTEMBER 300,246.08 241,649.77 219,425.22
OCTOBER 889,359.35 140,420.95 169,116.05
NOVEMBER 582,595.43 235,711.63 117,489.58
DECEMBER 1,210,508.90 88,627.65 228,222.74
TOTAL 4,806,048.79 5,452,446.03 5,676,902.61
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Civil Registrar’s Office

Organizational Chart

Municipal Civil Registry Office

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Atty. RONELIE U. VALTORIBIO
Municipal Mayor

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CECILIO S. NAVALTA, Jr.
Municipal Civil Registrar

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OFELIA A. MARIBBAY
Assistant Registration Officer

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ESMARIE S. BIBAS
Administrative Aide l
(Detailed at the Office of the Municipal Mayor)

INTRODUCTION

The creation of a Civil Registry Office in every city and municipality of the Philippines was made mandatory with the enactment of Republic Act No. 7160 otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 while Republic Act No. 3753 or the Civil Registry Law provides certain provisions which the MCRO is obliged to implement. In addition, the Office recommends to the Local Chief Executive Civil Registry plans and programs for approval and implementation

This Report covers the following programs/activities:

  1. Registration of Vital Events
  2. Acceptance of Applications  for and Issuance of Marriage License
  3. Issuance of Certifications
  4. Implementation of R.A. No. 9048, R.A. No. 10172 and R.A. No. 9255
  5. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs
    a.Mass Wedding
    b.Civil Registry Month Celebration
    c.Out-of-Town Reporting of Vital Events
  6. Capability-building of MCRO Personnel
  7. Data-Banking
  8. Performance of other civil registry-related duties and functions
  9. Support  to and Promotion of  MLGU Programs and Activities

 

Accomplishment Report
CY 2013

1. Registration of Vital Events

Vital events concerning the civil status of a person includes birth, marriage and death.

A. Birth

For CY 2013, the MCRO recorded a total of 222 births which is 81 events lower than that of 2012 and about 142 lower than the 364 events recorded for the same period in year 2011. Data show that during this period, on the average, about 19 births per month were recorded compared to about 25 and 30 events that were registered in years 2012 and 2011, respectively. For 2013, the months of July and September have the highest record of 25 births each, while the month of December posted only 9 events. In year 2011, the month of December recorded 104 events while June has only 13 recorded events. On the other hand, data for year 2012 show that the month of January has the highest record with 44 events while only 13 were recorded in August. Figure 1 shows the complete data on the number of registered birth by month within a three-year period from CY 2011 to CY 2013.

Figure 1

            As of 31 December 2013, records reveal that out of the 222 total, 159 births were registered on-time while 63 were recorded late  compared to years 2011 and 2012 in which 172 and 212 births, respectively, were reported on- time while   192 and 91 events in years 2011 and 2012, respectively, were registered late.

            Out of this data for year 2013, about 60% were legitimate while 40% were illegitimate. On the other hand, years 2011 and 2012 posted 60% and 70% legitimate births, respectively and only 40% and 30% of the births recorded were illegitimate, respectively.

            Data also reveal that the females outnumber the males with 115 females compared to 107 males. On the other hand, records show that some 193 males and 171 females were registered in year 2011 while some 154 males and 149 females were listed in year 2012 as shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2

                    Records also reveal that for year 2013, the mean age of the mother was 32 years, the oldest being 46 years of age while the youngest was only 14 years old. For years 2011 and 2012, the average ages of the mother were 31.5 years.

                    On the other hand, in year 2013, the mean age of the father was 37 wherein the youngest was 16 years old and the oldest at 53 years. In year 2012, the oldest father was 52 years old in which the mean age was 36 years. In 2011 the father’s average age was 38 years. Figures 3 and 4 show the graphical presentation of the above-data.

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B. Marriage

MCRO data show that in year 2013, some 115 marriages were registered, 2 of which were recorded late compared with some 124 (119 on time, 5 delayed) and 150 (148 on time, 2 delayed) reported marriages in years 2011 and 2012, respectively. Also, in year 2013, out of the total 115 marriages, some 62 events were solemnized by the Municipal Mayor, 2 marriages were officiated by the MCTC Judge and 51 marriage ceremonies were conducted under religious rites. In years 2011 and 2012, records show that 58  and  80 civil marriages were officiated by the Municipal Mayor, respectively, some 5 and 4   marriage rites conducted by the MCTC Judge, respectively  and some 61  and 66 marriages each for both 2011 and 2012 were solemnized by the various religious heads.

Data also reveal that the month of February posted the highest number of marriages with 28 while in November only 2 events. Figures 5 and 6 show the graphical presentation of these data.

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Figure 7

C. Death

          MCRO records for year 2013 show that 63 deaths occurred within our jurisdiction of which 40 were males while 23 were females. Out of this number, 58 were registered on-time while 5 were reported late. In comparison, there were 70 deaths of which about 54.29% were males. About 95.71% were registered on-time and the rest were registered late in   year 2012 while for the same period, some 52 deaths were listed in year 2011 with 30 males and 22 females. The months of January and April recorded the highest in year 2013 with 8 each, while only 1 was reported in June. Figures 7 and 8 are graphical presentations of the three-year data on death for period January-June.

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Figure 9

2. Acceptance of Application and Issuance of Marriage License

In year 2013, MCRO data show that some 115 couples applied for marriage license. For the period, the month of August had the highest number of couple-applicants with 19 while only 4 couples applied in February of same year.

On the average, about 10 couples per month applied for a marriage license within this period which is  lower  than the monthly averages of 13 for year 2012 and  but higher than  in year 2011 with an average of 9 couples. The complete graphical presentation of the above-data is shown in Figure 10.

As to the issuance of Marriage Licenses, the MCRO released some 117 licenses within this period, 20 of which were issued in September while only 2 were issued in June. On the average, about 10 marriage licenses were issued per month.  Figure 11 show the graphical presentation of the records.

Figure 10

Figure 11

3. Issuance of Certifications

          For the year 2013, the MCRO issued a total of 980 certifications of which some 635 certifications of birth records and certified photocopies of COLB were issued. The month of May posted the highest record with 347 while only 65 were issued in April yielding a monthly average of about 53 documents compared to years 2011 and 2012 with a computed average of 33 and 43 documents, respectively.

Certifications of Marriage were also issued with a monthly average of 26 documents with a total of 312 while years 2011 and 2012 yielded a total of 156 and 264 documents, respectively with monthly averages of 13 and 22 documents, respectively.

This year, during the same period, the office issued only 33 certifications of death.

4. Implementation of Republic Act No. 9048, Republic Act No. 10172 and Republic Act No 9255

          There were only 19 cases, (17 clerical error cases under RA 9048 and 2 cases under RA 10172) in 2013 compared to 25 CCE cases and 19 cases (16 CCE’s and 3 CFN’s) for years 2011 and 2012, respectively. There were also 2 cases of Migrant Petitions under RA 9048 filed with the office in 2013.

On the other hand, there were 23 legal instruments recorded in the civil register for year 2013 in which 19 were Affidavits of Legitimation while 4 were Authority to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF). In year 2012, a total of 20 documents, 16 Affidavits of Legitimation and 4 AUSF’s, were registered. Figure 12 shows the graphical presentation of the above data.

Figure 12

5. Implementation of Civil Registration Programs

a. Mass Wedding Program

The MCRO, in coordination with the Office of the Municipal Mayor, spearheaded a Mass Wedding activity on 02 September 2013 at the Verde Vila Resort, Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya. This activity was one of the highlights of the 56th Founding Anniversary of Villaverde. Some 20 couples exchanged vows before Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio, Municipal Mayor of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.

   

Verde Villa Resort at Bintawan Sur, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya-venue of the Mass Wedding