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Paranaque business tax payment deadline moved to July 21

The Paranaque City Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) moved the deadline of business tax payments for the third quarter to July 21.

Parañaque LGU imposes liquor ban due to COVID-19 surge

PARAÑAQUE CITY, March 15 (PIA) -- Starting today until March 31, Paranaque City will be impementing a citywide liquor ban that goes hand in hand with the unified curfew hour being implemented in Metro Manila.

Parañaque, DTI sign partnership for biz permits

The Parañaque City government has announced a partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to process business permit applications in the city.
 

Why Invest in Parañaque?

Under the inspired leadership of Mayor Edwin L. Olivarez , the City of Parañaque has vastly improved its services through good governance, massive road infrastructure build up, health and environmental programs, education, livelihood and housing for the benefit of its thousands of residents and visitors.

One of its most-prized attractions is the Entertainment City which features an arra of world-class resorts and casinos, restaurants, hotels ad a theme park - truly a total entrtainment package.

Mission

The mission of Business Permits and Licensing Office is to provide the public with the highest level of service in an efficient, courteous and competent manner in order to create an environment that encourages economic development and promotes investment in the City of Parañaque.



Vision

The vision of Business Permits and Licensing Office is to become a model of excellence among the departments of the City Government widely recognized for its dedication and commitment to public service through a dedicated highly trained and motivated workforce that promotes integrity and professionalism.

Mission

The mission of Business Permits and Licensing Office is to provide the public with the highest level of service in an efficient, courteous and competent manner in order to create an environment that encourages economic development and promotes investment in the City of Parañaque.



Vision

The vision of Business Permits and Licensing Office is to become a model of excellence among the departments of the City Government widely recognized for its dedication and commitment to public service through a dedicated highly trained and motivated workforce that promotes integrity and professionalism.

Like most progressive cities in the world that are situated along major shorelines, the City of Parañaque has become the favorite place of many investors as evidenced by its growing commercial and business districts that have created new economic opportunities. No doubt, these major developments contribute to the city's march as an investment and tourism destination in the Asia Pacific.

Parañaque is home to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1, world-class establishments such as City of Dreams, Solaire Resort and Casino, Okada Manila, and soon to open, Resorts World Manila Bayshore. The City also boasts of the busy hubs of Baclaran, SM Bicutan, SM Sucat, and SM BF.

Soon to rise is Ayala Groups's biggest mall in the Philippines along the Special Investment District to complement the overall development plan of the Entertainment City.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESPONSE 2020

BEST IN EGOV D2G 2019

BEST IN EGOV G2C 2019

BEST IN EGOV G2G 2019

BEST IN EGOV INTER-OPERABILITY 2018

RECOGNIZED BEST PRACTICE 2020

MOST BUSINESS-FRIENDLY LGU FINALIST 2017-2020

MOST IMPROVED CITY 2019

ECONOMIC DYNAMISM CATEGORY 2015

ECONOMIC DYNAMISM CATEGORY 2014

MERALCO LUMINARIES AWARDEE 2016

CITY OF PARANAQUE OFFICIAL SEAL

The Paranaque Way

The City of Parañaque keepts its fast-paced growth in the Philippine economy by having its own version of the "Build, Build, Build" development program of the Duterte Administration.

The city government has infused Php5 billion in infrastructure development in the last three years and another Php5 billion in the next five years to complement the National Goverment's huge investments in Parañaque and adjoining cities of a combined Php110 billion, to include the Southwest Integrated Terminal buses, the extension of the light rail transit (LRT) line from Baclaran to Cavite (five out of eight stations in the 12 km stretch are located in Parañaque), plus new office buildings planned at the old Casino Filipino complex property by NAIA Terminal 1, among others.