National Offices & Hotline Numbers
332-1033 / 515-5988 / 0926-202-7362
BFP Fire Station:
332-1032 / 0910-586-6044
BOHECO II Talibon:
515-5206 / 0917-634-5318
Phil. Coast Guard:
DENR - Cenro:
515-0086 / 0917-324-6520
Phil Port Authority:
515-5178 / 0927-565-6980
5155287 / 332-1072 / 0917-304-5993
Vice Mayor’s Office:
332-1159 / 0920-859-5044
Fish Warden of Talibon:
CLEC 2 c/o Hon Roberto:
On February 27, 2015, Mayor Restituto B. Auxtero, in a meeting with all barangay captains, secretaries, treasurers and involved municipal officials plus community facilitators, resource persons at the SB Session Hall, informed of another P11,250,000.00 grant for the municipality of Talibon for community projects thru the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) Program of the DSWD.
As expected, people flocked to the Local Civil Registrar Office very early in the morning of February 24, 2015 to avail of theFREE issuance of local certifications (birth, marriage, death and other certifications). All 25 barangays of the Municipality of Talibon were informed beforehand of the program and so all LCR personnel were ready to face and serve the influx of people that day.
People came…..mothers with babies, men or women holding on to kids, young and old alike. Some were students who were already required birth certificates by their schools.
On the morning of February 20, 2014, the Local Civil Registrar Celestina Pentacase with her staff, Genlou Torreon visited Barangay Burgos for its mobile registration program and a charitable activity wherein gift packs were handed to Day Care pupils.
Barangay Burgos lies at the outskirts of Talibon, the last barangay under the municipality, before the Municipality of Getafe. Being farthest, at most 12 kilometers away from the Poblacion of Talibon was the reason why it was chosen as a recipient of the mobile registration program to help its constituents minimize spending just to avail of NSO certifications.
In partnership with the Department of Interior and Local Government, headed by Mrs. Maura Justol and the Office of the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) of LGU-Talibon, headed by MDRRM Officer Robesito Artiaga, an Enhancement Training of Capacities on Disaster Risk Reduction Management was held at the SB Session Hall on February 18, 2015.
In line with the celebration of Civil Registration Month, the LGU Municipal Civil Registrar assigned two (2) of its personnel, Ms. Rachel Sayson and Ms. Genlou Torreon to go to Barangay Sag to implement a charitable activity and mobile registration. LCR Head Celestina Pentacase requested me to accompany the team in order to document the trip.
Yearly, the office chose one inland and one island barangay as recipient of their services. This year and out of 25 barangays, the Local Civil Registrar has chosen to serve this island barangay and Barangay Burgos.
The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) based in Talibon joined PhilHealth’s 20th Anniversary by a forum with members of the Office for Senior Citizen Affairs (OSCA) at the Municipality of Talibon SB Session Hall on February 13, 2015.
People’s Organizations (POs) composed of farmers from Barangays San Isidro, San Jose and San Roque and selected individual non-PO farmers received material support from the Department of Agriculture (DA) thru Ponciana Cruda, Talibon Agriculturist, in the form of laminated sacks, knapsack sprayers and rolls of hoses which were distributed on February 12, 2015 at the CPG Cultural Center.
LGU-Talibon, Bohol thru the Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar observes this month as Civil Registration Month with the theme of “Sama ka sa CVRS Groupie”. Activities have been lined up for the whole month including the giving of inputs, mobile registrations, charitable activities, and free issuance of certificates.
Talibon’s Civil Registry Office was declared a “Top Performer of the Region” in the performance of their duties and functions on Civil Registration. In fact, the office was deemed 4th among the participating municipalities region wide.
On February 9, 2015, Mayor Restituto B. Auxtero proudly showed off an additional four (4) plaques to the municipal employees gathered during the flag ceremony yesterday, February 9, 2015 in addition to the one he got from DA-BFAR as one of the Top 100 Municipalities first to complete the Municipal Fisherfolk Registry (FishR) and the Municipal Fishing Vessels and Gears Registration Program (BoatR) which garnered for the Municipality of Talibon a whopping P2M-worth of fisheries livelihood projects.
In behalf of LGU-Talibon, Mayor Restituto B. Auxtero received a plaque and P2M-worth of fisheries livelihood projects from the Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR) for being one of the Top 100 Municipalities first to complete the Municipal Fisherfolk Registry (FishR) and the Municipal Fishing Vessels and Gears Registration Program (BoatR). In fact, BFAR called the Office of Talibon’s Agriculturist to inform them that LGU-Talibon ranked 3rd, nationwide!