Explore Las Piñas

From its days as the salt focus of Manila to its splendid present as a quickly urbanizing private business focus, Las Piñas has in reality made considerable progress.

Known across the country for its bamboo organ, salt beds, and jeepney production lines, Las Piñas is recognized as one of Metro Manila‘s quickest developing groups. Proceeded with financial development, combined with successful nearby administration, have earned Las Piñas the refinement of being Metro Manila’s cleanest and most serene city for a long time straight.

Despite the fact that it turned into a city just in 1997, Las Piñas was one of the main settlements on the edges of Manila. In 1797, amid Spain’s four-hundred-year administer, a Spanish teacher by the name of Fr. Diego Cera was gotten to a barrio Parañaque with a minor 1,200 occupants—what was to later get to be Las Piñas. This blessed man’s diligent work, steadiness, and vision put the tired angling town headed straight toward advance and improvement, prompting to the foundation of the Las Piñas Church in 1819, the six-year development of the bamboo organ, and in addition the working of streets and scaffolds that generated the businesses of color making, salt creation, and handiworks.

The years that took after were attempting times for the barrio as it fell prey to meandering scoundrels, and afterward in 1880, they lost several inhabitants from episodes of cholera and smallpox. More inhabitants were lost sixteen years after the fact while, amid the Philippine insurgency against Spain, Las Piñas turned into the front line of a few wicked experiences between the powers of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo and the Spanish troops. A few years after the Philippine-American war, on March 27, 1907, Las Piñas was spun off from Parañaque and was declared a free region.

With the development of the South Super Highways in the 1960s, Las Piñas turned into a top of the line district. For urbanites needing to get away from the blockage of Greater Manila’s internal urban communities, it turned into an appreciated option, whether for habitation or business.

Las Piñas Old Photos

The once peaceful and rural waterfront town was changing into a clamoring urban place for private subdivisions and expansive ventures, its nearness to Manila and transportation and correspondence points of interest attracting land engineers and different business financial specialists. This financial development was further supported with the development of the Coastal Road in the mid-80s which straightforwardly connected Metro Manila to Cavite. From the mid ’90s to today, Las Piñas has served as the passage to the CALABARZON (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon), a mechanical development hallway whose quick extension is driven by the requests of an advanced rural people and high-innovation ventures.

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Las Piñas City Hall Telephone Directory
NATIONAL OFFICE
Telephone No. Department
0921-465-7061 RD (ATTY. SOFIA H. BARCENA)
802-2753 / 802-3037 BIR
873-8545 COA (MS.MERLA BAGSIT)
802-2960 COMELEC (ATTY.KIMBERLY CU)
822-3840 DEPED (Division Office)
551-5958 DILG LAS PIÑAS
873-1887 / 873-0557 DISTRICT HOSPITAL
872-4744 / 552-7694 DRRMO
874-6177 / 871-2281 FIRE
245-0387 FIRE HOTLINE NO.
779-8728 JAIL (C/INSP. JOE JAY P. AREJOLA)
875-3200 / 875-2864 LTO
823-6902 NBI (MS.EVELYN VIRREY)
551-4601 / 808-7395 POLICE (PS/SUPT.JEMAR D. MODEQUILLO)
873-0829 / 873-5529 POST OFFICE (PM EDNA DELA CRUZ)
COUNCILORS – DISTRICT II
Telephone No. Department
873-8737 CARLO R. AGUILAR
871-80-90 / 843-20-41 DANILO V. HERNANDEZ
801-06-30 HENRY C. MEDINA
871-43-48 RUBYMAR M. RAMOS
618-56-60 BONIFACIO C. RIGUERA
519-74-04 IGNACIO B. SANGGA
OTHERS
Telephone No. Department
873-0533 ACCOUNTING
519-5687 AGRICULTURE
874-6781 ASSESSORS
779-8117 BOC
871-7000 LOC. 235 BPLO
832-6012 CIVIL REGISTRY
403-7045 CSWD
511-84-02 / 831-3681 DFCAITTI
403-19-85 DFCAMCLP
776-32-14 EMDO
873-30-04 ENGINEERING
779-8695 ESC MR. NOLI RIEL
871-6195 GSO
874-6408 HEALTH
847-0739 LAS PIÑAS MANPOWER (TESDA)
871-4360 LEGAL
952-7481 LIBRARY
829-5572 LYING-IN CLINIC (CAA)
871-4343 / 871-4345 MAYOR’S OFFICE
873-0765 MAYOR’S GREENCARD
836-4366 MEDIA
519-3565 NUTRITION
869-8883 OSCA
776-87-74 PERSONNEL
873-8540 PESO
872-0921 / 871-7000 LOC. 214 PLANNING
871-3909 SANITATION
8871-6791 / 872-6536 / 871-7000 (LOC.210) SECRETARIAT
771-12-16 TRAFFIC
871-4339 TREASURY
874-61-76 EDP
875-3218 / 871-7000 LOC. 229 LAND TAX
871-7000 LOC. 232 LICENSE
871-7000 LOC. 211 MISCELLANEOUS
871-43-48 TRU
836-4797 UPAO
776-35-15 VICE MAYOR
511-07-79 BUDGET
COUNCILORS – DISTRICT I
Telephone No. Department
872-01-05 ALFREDO L. MIRANDA
998-78-36 FLORANTE S. DELA CRUZ
777-35-60 FILEMON A. AGUILAR III
– BUENAVENTURA F. QUILATAN
833-35-61 RENAN H. RIGUERA
871-4346 / 832-5653 MARK ANTHONY G. SANTOS
COURT OFFICE
Telephone No. Department
869-1396 / 403-7001 FISCAL
519-3064 OCC
873-9886 PAO
815-1331 PAROLE & PROBATION
403-7001 / 869-1396 PROSECUTOR
RTC BRANCH
Telephone No. Department
801-1170 HON. ISMAEL T. DULDULAO/BR.197
552-1661 HON. ERLINDA N. ALVARO/BR.198
873-5394 HON. JOSELITO DJ. VIBANDOR/BR.199
779-8739 HON. LEOPOLDO E. BARAQUIA/BR.200
886-3129 HON. LORNA N. DOMINGO/BR.201
– HON. ELIZABETH U-GURAY/BR.202
552-1703 HON. SALVADOR V. TIMBANG,JR./BR.253
– HON. GLORIA B. AGLUGUB/BR.254
556-9176 HON. EMILY R. ALIÑO-GELUZ/BR.255
871-4357 HON. PHOEVE C. MEER/BR.275
MTC BRANCH
Telephone No. Department
873-8764 HON. RALPH S. ARELLANO/BR.79
551-8767 HON. TEODORO S. CARBONERA/BR.79
– HON. JEAN SUSAN DESUASIDO-GILL/BR.79

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