• Securing of Endorsement for registration to Cooperative Development Authority
    • Conduct of Pre-Membership (PMES) for Cooperative about to organize
    • Registration for Cooperative Business Permit
    • Securing of Endorsement for the issuance of Certificate of Tax Exemption from Bureau of Internal
    • Revenue (BIR)


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Vision:  A city with empowered people’s organization actively performing in the mainstream of a productive economic society through cooperative and self-help initiatives.

Mission: To Act and serve as an instrument to socio-economic development and to institutionalize services in the rural and urban sectors through synchronized implementation of local, national and international livelihood programs. To spearhead the installation and institutionalization of community organizations in every Barangay Through the principles of cooperative and to implement other skill-based wage and non-wage employment programs that will improve the living conditions of every household with the participation of other government and private entitles.

City Cooperatives Officer's  Qualifications, Powers and Duties

No person shall be
appointed cooperative officer unless he is a citizen of the Philippines, a
resident of the local government unit concerned, of good moral character,
a holder of a college degree preferably in business administration with
special training in cooperatives or any related course from a recognized
college or university, and a first grade civil service eligible or its equivalent.
He must have experience in cooperatives organization and management
of at least five (5) years in the case of the provincial or city cooperatives
officer, and three (3) years in the case of municipal cooperatives officer.

The appointment of the cooperatives officer is optional for the provincial
and city governments.

b) The cooperatives officer shall take charge of the office for the
development of cooperatives and shall:

(1) Formulate measures for the consideration of the
sanggunian, and provide technical assistance and support to
the governor or mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out
measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and
provision of facilities through the development of
cooperatives, and in providing access to such services and

(2) Develop plans and strategies and, upon approval thereof by
the governor or mayor, as the case may be, implement the
same, particularly those which have to do with the
integration of cooperatives principles and methods in
programs and projects which the governor or mayor is
empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is
empowered to provide for under this Code;

(3) In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the
cooperatives officer shall:

(i) Assist in the organization of cooperatives;
(ii) Provide technical and other forms of assistance to
existing cooperatives to enhance their viability as an
economic enterprise and social organization;
(iii) Assist cooperatives in establishing linkages with
government agencies and non-government
organizations involved in the promotion and
integration of the concept of cooperatives in the
livelihood of the people and other community

(4) Be in the frontline of cooperatives organization, rehabilitation
or viability-enhancement, particularly during and in the
aftermath of man-made and natural calamities and disasters,
to aid in their survival and, if necessary subsequent

(5) Recommend to the sanggunian, and advise the governor or
mayor, as the case may be, on all other matters relative to
cooperatives development and viability- enhancement which
will improve the livelihood and quality of life of the
inhabitants; and

(c) Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and
functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.