• Collection of Real Property Taxes
    • Collection of Business Taxes
    • Issuance of Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA)
    • Payment of Marriage Fees
    • Payment of Legal Instruments
    • Payment of Court Order’s Fee
    • Payment of Permit for Cadaver Disposition
    • Payment of Certification of Birth, Marriage & Death
    • Payment of Certified Copies of Any Documents in the Civil Registrar
    • Payment of Miscellaneous fee/Delayed Registration B/D/M
    • Payment of service/ filing fee (RA 9048)
    • Payment of Service Fee (BREQS)
    • Payment of Filing Fee (RA10172)
    • Payment of fees from Assessor’s Office
    • Payment of Traffic Violation/ Oplan Visa
    • Branding Collection of Large Cattle Registration
    • Issuance of Tax Clearance Certificate


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Vision: An efficient and progressive organization for fiscal administration particularly in the collection, custody, and disbursement of funds. with responsible, honest, competent, and approachable staff to support the local government achieve its financial goals and objectives

Mission: “To generate revenues thru efficient collection of taxes, fees and charges accruing to the local government in accordance with existing laws and ordinances, and to take custody and exercise proper management of fund of the municipality of Ilagan in order to sustain and maintain the financial needs of the constituents and its development as well”

City Treasurer's Appointment, Qualifications, Powers, and Duties

The treasurer shall be appointed by the Secretary of Finance from a list of at
least three (3) ranking, eligible recommendees of the governor or mayor,
as the case may be, subject to civil service law, rules and regulations.

(b) The treasurer shall be under the administrative supervision of the
governor or mayor, as the case may be, to whom he shall report
regularly on the tax collection efforts in the local government unit;

(c) No person shall be appointed treasurer 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
commerce, public administration or law from a recognized college
or university, and a first grade civil service eligible or its equivalent.
He must have acquired experience in treasury or accounting
service for at least five (5) years in the case of the city or provincial
treasurer, and three (3) years in the case of the municipal treasurer.

The appointment of a treasurer shall be mandatory for provincial,
city and municipal governments.

(d) The treasurer shall take charge of the treasury office, perform the
duties provided for under Book II of this Code, and shall:

(1) Advise the governor or mayor, as the case may be,
the sanggunian, and other local government and
national officials concerned regarding disposition of
local government funds, and on such other matters
relative to public finance;

(2) Take custody of and exercise proper management of
the funds of the local government unit concerned;

(3) Take charge of the disbursement of all local
government funds and such other funds the custody
of which may be entrusted to him by law or other
competent authority;

(4) Inspect private commercial and industrial
establishments within the jurisdiction of the local
government unit concerned in relation to the
implementation of tax ordinances, pursuant to the
provisions under Book II of this Code;

(5) Maintain and update the tax information system of the
local government unit;

(e) In the case of the provincial treasurer, exercise technical
supervision over all treasury offices of component cities and
municipalities; and

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