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Homeowners associations take oath of office in Pasay City

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In a significant ceremony held on Friday afternoon, July 7, 2023, five groups of homeowners association officials took their oath of office in front of Pasay City Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano, with the cooperation of the Pasay City Urban Development and Housing Office (UDHO).

The five groups that swore their oath of office were the following: Brgy.135 P. Basilio Neighborhood Association Inc., Brgy. 177- B.Mayor Homeowners Association Inc., Brgy. 183- VAB-Airmen's Village Homeowners Association Inc., Barangay 196 Zone 20 Neighborhood Association Inc., and Brgy. 198- Sun Valley-Aeroville Pasay City.

These associations aim to promote organization and orderliness within their respective communities and foster good communication with the Pasay City Government. Their efforts align with the Housing program under Mayor Emi's H.E.L.P. Priority Agenda, which seeks to address housing challenges faced by the residents.


The oath-taking ceremony signifies the commitment of these homeowners associations to fulfill their responsibilities and work towards the betterment of their communities. By taking their oath in the presence of Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano, they demonstrate their dedication to upholding the principles of good governance and community development.

The Pasay City Urban Development and Housing Office (UDHO) played a vital role in facilitating the oath-taking ceremony, emphasizing the city government's support for the homeowners associations' endeavors. Through this collaboration, Pasay City aims to enhance the quality of life and promote a sense of belonging among its residents.

With the newly sworn-in officials, these homeowners associations are well-positioned to address the needs and concerns of their respective communities effectively. By fostering strong partnerships with the local government, they can work hand in hand to ensure the continued progress and development of Pasay City's neighborhoods.

Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano expressed her appreciation for the commitment of the homeowners associations in actively participating in the city's housing initiatives. She highlighted the importance of collaboration between the government and community organizations in creating vibrant and sustainable neighborhoods.


As Pasay City continues to prioritize housing concerns through its H.E.L.P. Priority Agenda, the oath-taking ceremony serves as a testament to the city's commitment to providing its residents with secure and comfortable homes. By working together, the local government and homeowners associations aim to create a harmonious and thriving community for the residents of Pasay City.

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