Mandatory Quarantine Completion Ceremony

City Mayor Jay L. Diaz graced the completion ceremony for those who completed their mandatory quarantine period at the City of Ilagan quarantine facility. Completers were given their certificates and the usual food packs distributed by Mayor Diaz. The City of Ilagan quarantine program is proven effective in preventing the possible transmission of COVID 19 continue reading : Mandatory Quarantine Completion Ceremony

Partnership That Goes Beyond Covid19 Pandemic

The City Government of Ilagan and Isabela State University further strengthened partnership with ISU extending its support to the computerization program of the City’s Frontline Services and Human Resources Management. After their collaborative engagement in fighting Covid19 thru Contact Tracing Program, they venture into another phase of computerization project that further strengthen the partnership of continue reading : Partnership That Goes Beyond Covid19 Pandemic

Integrating our Ethnic Group to the Community

Caring for Ilaguenos, regardless of race, color, and status. Mayor Josemarie Diaz reached out to Indigenous People in his effort to integrate them into the community and provide them opportunities for living and survival. With the assistance from the DENR and the provisions of livelihood and other social services, they will soon find hope, security continue reading : Integrating our Ethnic Group to the Community

MOA Signing between LGU City of Ilagan & Isabela State University

In view of the mutual commitment of the leadership of City Mayor Jay L. Diaz and the Isabela State University through Pres. Ricmar Aquino, in safeguarding the people amidst the Covid19 pandemic, the two institutions strengthened working relationships and arrived with the launching of Health Guard Project, an application that is beneficial for contact tracing continue reading : MOA Signing between LGU City of Ilagan & Isabela State University

Inspecting the Preparation of New Batch of Food Packs

As the Enhanced Community Quarantine now extended to last until April 30, 2020, Mayor Jay Diaz again saw the need to cushion the impact it may bring to Ilagueno families. He saw the need to continuously provide assistance to our fellow Ilaguenos, thus, ordered a new round of Relief Distribution to the 57,000 families, now continue reading : Inspecting the Preparation of New Batch of Food Packs