ESTABLISHING STRONGER STAKEHOLDER PARTNERSHIP The barangays thru its officials and residents play a very significant role in LCWD’s operations and the improvement of our services. Their support and assistance during our first Barangay Caravan and NRW Reduction Program, which aims to build good and strong relationship with our stakeholders, provided valuable inputs which will guide continue reading : ESTABLISHING STRONGER STAKEHOLDER PARTNERSHIP
On April 21, 2023, the Legazpi City Water District attended the regular meeting of the Liga ng mga Barangay – Legazpi City held at the Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Legazpi Session Hall. During the said meeting, the following points were discussed: LCWD’s Operations, Water Supply System, Water Rates, Billing, Meter Reading and Disconnection Schedule, continue reading : Urulay-ulay sa Liga ng mga Barangay
Courtesy visit of USAID Catholic Relief Services composed of Mr. Alan Luis Silayon, Chief of Party, Engr. Dward Bornilla Jr., Sr. Project Officer and Ms. Bing Javier, Resilience Officer The visit proved to be a fruitful discussion on the Climate Resilient Cities Project and LCWD’s programs, plans and initiatives related to climate change adaptation.
Last February 14, 2023, the City Government of Legazpi thru the Office of the City Environment and Natural Resources (OCENR), organized a tree planting activity dubbed as “17th Alay Lakad Tanim Kahoy Para Sa Puso”. LCWD participated in the said activity by planting fruit-bearing trees at Legazpi City Southern Forestland located in Brgys. San Francisco continue reading : Legazpi City Arbor Day
Last February 15, 2023, LCWD took part in the Mobile Blood Donation Program, a post-valentine bloodletting project by The Fraternal Order of Eagles – NCR XVI Sandigan Region-Bicol Clubs in partnership with Department of Health (DOH) together with other organizations and agencies. This event was organized due to the need for more blood donations owing continue reading : Mobile Blood Donation Program
To reinforce the Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) mandate of promoting responsive management and responsible public sector unions as key partners for effective performance, the Registration of Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) between the LCWD Union of Rank and File Employees (LURE) and the Management of LCWD, has been awarded by the CSC thru its representative Director continue reading : CSC Awards the Certificate of Registration of CNA
A qualified individual who has the experience of a true leader and a drive to serve his fellow Legazpeños. GM Rico was elected as a City Councilor from 1995 to 2001, and was eventually elected as Vice Mayor of the City of Legazpi from 2001 to 2007. He also served as a consultant at the continue reading : LCWD welcomes newly-appointed General Manager Jesus Enrico Moises B. Salazar
LCWD donated several items such as trash cans, pail, cleaning materials, face masks, and alcohol that were used for the Brigada Eskwela, an activity organized by DepEd with the collaboration of parents, teachers, local governments and the entire community that starts before the school year. Ten schools were handpicked by DepEd as the beneficiaries of continue reading : Brigada Eskwela
Last October 25, 2022, a a tree planting activity was organized by Southern Luzon Technological College Foundation, Inc.’s National Service Training Program (NSTP) at Homapon High School. The LCWD gladly took part in the activity and joined the students in their efforts to promote sustainability and have an eco-friendly community.
As part of LCWD’s corporate social responsibility, we conducted two (2) outreach programs last September and December 2022.and barangays Maslog and Banquerohan for our Year-end Outreach Program. The Anniversary Outreach Program we have chosen the eco-aides of barangays Sabang, Pigcale, Dap-dap, Victory Village North and Victory Village South as beneficiaries. The program was held at continue reading : Anniversary and Year-end Outreach Programs