1999 marks the end of what has been the most dynamic century in world history. Never has there been an era comparable to the 20th Century in terms of the apotheosis of man in his efforts to conquer the world as manifested by the expeditious developments characterizing it.

In a micro perspective, such development holds true for the City of Muntinlupa. Upon the declaration of its independence that created the Municipality of Muntinlupa in 1917, many events have marked the locality and brought it to its current level of existence. Muntinlupa is now regarded as one of the fastest growing urban centers in the country. The transformation of Muntinlupa from a Municipality to a First Class City in 1995 is reflective of the rapid development besetting the city. As we enter into the new millennium, the City Government of Muntinlupa is prepared to face the challenges with the same zeal and dynamism that has led them to becoming the Premiere Emerald City of the 21st Century.

The 2000 - 2004 Medium Term City Development Plan (MTCDP) of the City of Muntinlupa shall be the blue print in setting the direction of its development. In its effort to attain and sustain the status of being the Premiere City, the City shall give primary emphasis on providing for the basic services of its constituents anchoring development on the tenets of providing a better life to the people.  This brochure shall serve as an outline of the priority programs and projects of the City for the next five years. It contains the sectoral goals and objectives which are reflective of the City's Mission and Vision and the dynamism and heart of the City's incumbent mayor Atty. Jaime R. Fresnedi.


"We envision Muntinlupa as a well-planned premier city of the 21st century, in perfect harmony with nature, it's people with a sense of pride and civic-mindedness, highly educated and competent, enjoying a world class quality of life with an enlightened and responsive community leadership drawing inspiration and guidance from God."

The MTCDP promulgates the overarching objective of making the City Government customer-friendly, attained through a multi-stakeholder approach involving a dynamic and world-class business sector, a vigilant and responsible civil society and an efficient and less expensive government.  The success of this partnership shall be measured by its achievement in uplifting the quality of life of the constituents, reducing poverty, generating productive employment and giving priority to the needs of the poor.

In line with this overarching vision, the City Government’s policies shall be directed towards the following priority areas of action:

  1. Delivering basic social development services in health and nutrition, education and training, housing and social welfare, and implementing human capital investment programs;
  2. Raising productivity and enhancing competitiveness of industry and services towards sustaining growth in output and employment;
  3. Strengthening the partnership between national and local government and among other local governments, the business community, and the civil society; and
  4. Maintaining peace and order in the City.


Towards this end, Muntinlupa shall pursue an integrated and sustainable development strategy, anchored on responsible stewardship, democratic institutions, and efficient and effective management that will provide world-class infrastructure and support services in order to:

1)  Promote a broad economic base

            The harnessing of the comparative advantages of the City in terms of its potential is necessary in achieving             growth.  The government shall continue to attract private sector to flourish as the true engine of growth.              Foreign capital and technology shall also be encouraged to augment domestic resources and improve the                 City's economic base;

(2) Create a business-friendly environment which will attract environment-friendly business

            The establishment of competitive, one-stop, career-development centers will offer skills assessment,                       Information on jobs and business opportunities, and access to education and training as well as market             demands and opportunities.  The City Government shall continue market-oriented policies that will motivate             investments.

(3) Institutionalize community participation

            People's participation in the development process will institutionalize consensus-building mechanisms and             keeping faith with democratic processes. The City Government shall encourage partnerships to improve                 public service. Public hearings and consultations will always be a policy in eliciting ideas and reactions from             the people on various issues.

(4) Provide quality social services

            Access to basic services and development opportunities shall be the main concern of the City Government             in giving preferential attention to vulnerable groups.  Focus will be given to primary basic services, such as             basic education, basic health care and immunization, which have greater impact on alleviating the plight of                 the urban poor.

(5) Ensure equity in the distribution of goods and services

            Enhancing government responsiveness to the poor by ensuring that policies on poverty alleviation are                     supported by specific programs and projects is the primary consideration of the City Government.  Anent                 to this, there is a need to adopt and enforce standards of efficiency and reliability in the distribution of the                 fruits of development.


In pursuit of its vision and mission, the City Government shall be guided by the following principles:

EQUITY - All policies, strategies, programs, and projects must improve the quality of life of the City constituents, particularly the poor, and must lead to a more equitable distribution of income, wealth and opportunities.  As development progresses, the various stakeholders of society - government, business, and civil society - will share the burden of adjustments.

EFFECTIVENESS  - The City Government shall focus on doing what it does best and let go of activities that it should not be doing.  It shall seek to deliver intended results with the least unintended consequences.  Under an effective leadership,  the Government shall steer the City by providing a clear and coherent policy framework.  In activities it will undertake, it will be decisive and consistent.

EFFICIENCYThis will be achieved through adherence to market competition and continued integration with the national and global economics.   Economic services shall be delivered by the agents that have comparative advantage and which can deliver them at the least cost to society.  The City Government shall adhere to fiscal discipline and shall follow the principle of cost recovery in the provision of government services. Information technology shall be increasingly used to effect significant expansion in productivity.

ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY - The policies to be pursued shall be in line with the objective of insuring the optimal use the city’s resources. The scope of economic development programs shall consider the carrying capacity of the environment.

EMPOWERMENT AND GENDER EQUITY IN DEVELOPMENT - The most vulnerable sectors of society shall be economically empowered by expanding their capabilities and opportunities to generate sustainable sources of income. All policies shall be supportive of gender equity in the development process.

ACCOUNTIBILITY AND TRANSPARENCYDecision-making by the Government shall be subject to full public disclosure at every stage in order to restore and maintain public confidence in the honesty of their leaders and the integrity of public policies and government processes. Moreover, the government shall hold itself accountable to the people for its actions and operations.




Among the 17 Cities and Municipalities that comprise Metropolitan Manila, the City of Muntinlupa has been the forefront of development planning. Reflective of this is the fact that Muntinlupa was the first LGU in the National Capital Region to have an approved Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) and Zoning Ordinance.  These documents were approved in 1993.

Since then however, numerous developments and changes have marked significant changes in the present character of the city of Muntinlupa.    Similar changes are likewise observed in the land use pattern of the City. Though it generally adheres to the CLUP of 1993, the proportions of land utilization has dramatically changed, brought about by the rapid urbanization of settlements which in turn is brought by rapid population growth in the locality. There is thus a need to update the CLUP and the zoning ordinance to make it more proactive to the present scenario besetting the City.

 In this document, spatial development refers to the evolution of a system of areas with potential linkages for the following purposes: (a) to facilitate the flow and exchange of goods, information and services;  (b) to rationalize the distribution of population; (c) to promote sound environmental management; and (d) to forge unity and cohesion among the barangays.


In spatial development planning, parts of the whole are assessed with respect to the over-all contributions of the sector to the total development of the City. Hence, the role played by the various barangays in the total development of the City is primary to the achievement of the goal of becoming the Premiere City of the 21st Century.

Each barangay plays a distinctive role in development brought about by its strategic location and features and the current trends in land use.

Barangay Tunasan -  being the southern-most area of the City,  links the locality to the Province of Laguna.  It is home for numerous residential establishments. Sixty five percent of the total land area of the barangay is used for residential purposes. The remaining is a mixed use and some are for industrial activities. Attempts to change the land use from residential to industrial (based on current activity) has been met with much opposition from the local residents.  Preference for residential land use has been advocated so as to safeguard the development of the locality.

Barangay Poblacion - is host to the country's National Bilibid Prisons. The NBP alone comprises 84.15 percent of the land in this barangay. As such it is currently considered an institutional zone. However, much speculation has cropped up as to the development of the area. In anticipation of the impending development, the City of Muntinlupa has proposed a Master Development Plan for the NBP area. The Plan proposes to contain the commercial area of District I, comparable in development to that of the Alabang area in District II. The barangay is mostly zoned for residential use,  although few medium to low scale commercial activities can be noted along  the national road and some parts of the barangay where people converge.

Barangay Putatan - is home to the most number of subdivisions and sitios. It is largely  residential in use. Putatan comprises 14.44 percent of the total land area of the City. It has been proposed in the past that the barangay be divided into four smaller localities instead of just one. This proposal was brought about by the need to effectively target public service and utilities to the area's residents.

 Barangay Bayanan - is another area classified mainly as residential. Like most of the barangays in District I, commercial activities/zones line the barangay area along the national road spanning the whole length of the district until Alabang.

Barangay Alabang - is the most  commercialized barangay in the City of Muntinlupa. With Filinvest Corporate City as well as the close proximity of the Alabang Commercial Center and Madrigal Park, it is projected to be the backbone of the City's economic development. It is projected to fuel the City's development making it the Premiere City of the 21st Century.  These developments have transformed this once fishing and agricultural village into a highly urbanized modern area characterized by commercial activities with dwindling residential use. At present, even the residential portion of the barangay along the old provincial road (Aplaya Rd.) in now lined with commercial establishments, reflecting the fast paced commercialization being experienced by the locality.

Barangay Cupang - is dubbed as the "Most Blessed Barangay in the City of Muntinlupa."   The development activities that have occurred in this locality are enough to warrant this reputation. From frugal activities such as fishing and farming, the barangay is now the proud host to some 50 major industries of the City not to mention 11 first class subdivisions. Land use is mainly industrial with sporadic residential zones.

Barangay Buli - is the smallest barangay in terms of land area. However, it is characterized by a mixed land use of industrial and residential, owing to the spillover from Barangays Cupang and Sucat.

Barangay Sucat - is home to the 600-megawatt power plant of the National Power Corporation. There are about 27 major industries located in the locality, five large subdivisions, and vast open spaces targeted to carry the commercial activities which is expected to spill over from Barangay Alabang.


Spatial development shall be pursued based on a strategy of effective networking of the nine (9) barangays.  This shall be accompanied by establishing linkages and optimal use of resources.


Despite the varying strategic roles being played by the Barangays, the City of Muntinlupa  aims to move forward  into the new millennium on the basis of a common vision of the future.  This is the vision anchored on becoming a Premier City by the next century.

For practical development planning and management purposes, the City of  Muntinlupa shall be divided into two districts  - each of which have spatial factors favorable to the needs of rational and sustainable growth.    When planned within an integrated development area approach,  Muntinlupa City would be able to maximize its potentials both as a premier center of commerce and industry as it retains its "provincial" ambiance.

With its strategic location as the gateway to the CALABARZON subregion capturing most of its population, Muntinlupa shall emerge as the center for finance, trade, commerce and industry in the southern part  of Metro Manila to the CALABARZON area.

District I comprises Barangays Tunasan, Poblacion, Putatan, and Bayanan which shall remain as residential areas,   Barangay Poblacion emerging qs its center of commerce and trade.

District II comprises Barangays Alabang, Cupang, Buli, Sucat and Ayala Alabang shall serve as components of an industrial and commercial network with Alabang as the primary growth center.


  1.          Stone Sea Wall
    1. The stone sea wall shall serve primarily as a buffer separating the mainland from the waters of the Laguna de Bay. This should lessen the risk of flooding in the communities alongside the Bay area, thereby lessening the need for disaster operations in the area.  The Stone Sea Wall shall also serve the following purposes:
  1.          Fish Port Complex
  2.          Central Terminal System in District I
  3.          Development of small parks and buffer strips
  4.          Construction of new access roads, new road networks and the like
  5.          Establishment of a Development Communications System
  6.          Development of a Master Plan for NBP Reservation
  7.          Designation of a Socialized Housing Zones.

8.         Designation of a Socialized Housing Zones.





  1. To extend educational opportunities to as many residents in the city as possible.
  2. To improve the quality of instruction by bringing to the standard level the infrastructure requirements, technical and educational equipment and facilities of the City's Schools.
  3. To provide sufficient learning/instructional materials commensurate to the need of the need of the school going population     


  1.          Construction of additional classrooms to service the growing population.
  2.        Increase the budgetary allocation for educational/instructional materials as well as for scholarships for poor yet deserving students.
  3.        Construction of comfort rooms and rehabilitation of the water systems.
  4.        Creation of Day Care Department
  5.        Adopt a School Program
  6.        Adopt a Student Program
  7.        Creation of Muntinlupa Historical Commission



  1.                 To ensure the efficient delivery of health and sanitation services by "professionalizing" government health workers and encouraging volunteerism and the active participation of health professionals in the private sector.
  2.                 To prevent and control the prevalence of communicable and non-communicable diseases through health and sanitation programs.
  3.                 To provide quality and innovative health care services to the population including the elderly.


  1.                 Health Care and Sanitation Program
  2.                 Preventive and Curative Health care
  3.                 Outreach Program
  4.                 Dengue Prevention Program
  5.                 Urban Health and Nutrition
  6.                 Population Management Program
  7.                 Maternal and Health Care Program
  8.                 Dental and Medical Services Program
  9.                 Blood Program
  10.                 Establishment  & maintenance of a City Geriatrics Center



  1. To ensure the sustainable development of the total well being of individuals, families and communities in the City of Muntinlupa and the liberation of the poor from deprivation.
  2. To promote a caring society where opportunities for developing the potentials of children, families and communities are present.  This shall be accompanied by a collective national pride that is reflective the democratic ideals which our country is anchored upon.
  3. To integrate into the general society persons with disabilities and enable them to become productive members of society
  4. To intensify programs and service delivery through case management, total family approach and other innovative strategies.
  5. To develop individuals who are poor to become productive and self-reliant members of society.
  6. To strengthen partnerships with non-government organizations (NGOs) and other government agencies and solicit their support to enhance social services delivery.
  7. To intensify the day care program to include the CEDC and the untargeted preschool children.
  8. To provide timely and appropriate aid to individuals/families in distress brought about by disaster/calamity during which their social functioning is impaired and their resources are inadequate to cope with the problem/s.


  1. Intensify the capability-building program of the SSD in the various sub sectors by expanding its service delivery program to include more sectors of the population employing activities such as counseling, skills training, and other development programs.
  2. Annual conduct of family surveys to keep abreast on the needs of the population.
  3. Strengthening support given to the SAGIP, Sigla ng Buhay and other partner agencies in the implementation of the City's programs and projects.
  4. Establish additional day care centers to service the CEDC and the fast growing number of preschool children.
  5. Strengthen the disaster management program of the City through the construction of a disaster-coordinating center with provisions for a temporary shelter facility, buffer supplies of food and clothing, medicines, etc.
  6. Develop a  program for the elderly and the disabled backed with local legislation.



  1. To alleviate the plight of the urban poor by providing them low cost decent housing units complete with basic utilities and support facilities.
  2. To identify areas suitable for socialized housing programs through schemes such as local government land banking/interim financing.
  3. To obtain the equity share of the local government in the national wealth to finance the local housing program.
  4. To identify sites for medium-density residential zones.
  5. To prevent squatting related activities especially on areas identified as danger zones.


  1. Easier access to funding and other forms of support from shelter agencies for housing development through development of sound project proposal, feasibility studies, etc.
  2. Institutionalization of the Muntinlupa City Housing Board.
  3. Formulation of IRR for Land Banking/Interim-Financing of City Government projects.
  4. Development of a Local Shelter Plan.
  5. Strengthening of the responsibilities of the UPAO.
  6. Establishment of a sustainable fund source and/or institutionalization of an appropriation for the housing program.
  7. Periodic conduct of Land Inventory and Land Acquisition.
  8. Maximization of the use of the P10 million annual allocation for land banking.
  9. Institutionalization of the Local CASSPS.
  10. Establishment of the Muntinlupa Task Force on Relocation and Resettlement.



To minimize loss of person/property in time of natural disasters and other calamities.


  1. Rehabilitation/dredging/siltation of existing river systems to hasten the flow of water caused by storm run-off.
  2. Construction of a barrier to protect settlements from waves and floods (stone lake wall) brought about by the rainy season.
  3. Propose local legislation to address ground subsidence.
  4. Construction of a permanent headquarters for the MCDCC for 24 hour operation.
  5. Strict implementation of all city ordinances on health, safety and environment and amendment of those, which are no longer responsive to the present situation.
  6. Instill awareness through the periodic conduct of training/seminars in sitios and barangays on disaster awareness.



  1. To manage the population growth rate of the City.
  2. To reduce the annual population growth rate through a prudent migration management program.
  3. To strengthen the marital relationships of married couples in the City, thereby reducing the number of marital separation and strengthening the family.
  4. To assist and support the elder folk in becoming productive members of society.
  5. To increase the life expectancy of the population through appropriate health-related interventions.


  1. Provision for skill training/education for the elderly.
  2. Health Care promotion especially  for the elderly.
  3. Strengthening Pre-Marriage Counseling and Family Planning Program
  4. Full operationalization of Migration Information Center (MIC)




Solid Waste

  1. To reduce the volume of waste being disposed in the sanitary landfills.
  2. To promote and implement a Zero-Waste Management Program.
  3. To implement laws and ordinances regarding proper solid waste management.
  4. To efficiently collect the City's non-biodegradable wastes for final disposal
  5. To properly handle and dispose the infectious/hazardous and toxic waste materials generated by certain economic activities in the City.
  6. To identify possible sites for garbage disposal within the City.

Clean and Green

  1. To educate people on the purpose and benefits of a clean and green society.
  2. To make the City of Muntinlupa the Emerald City of the NCR.

Air Pollution

  1. To promote environmental-friendly fuel additives and appropriate pollution control devices for motor vehicles.
  2. To strictly implement laws concerning air pollution (for motor vehicles as well as industries).
  3. To develop and implement a public awareness program concerning air pollution.
  4. To draft a Local Environmental Code.


  1. Construction of recycling centers at the community and barangay levels.
  2. Construction of a Local Compost Plant.
  3. Development of a local disposal site (landfill).
  4. Strengthening the monitoring of waste disposal particularly that of infectious/hazardous and toxic wastes as well and to ensure this proper handling and disposal.
  5. Involvement of the public in the development of the city's resources through innovative stewardship means such as the "adopt a tree program", "adopt a river bank" program and the like.
  6. Development of new parks (small pockets) and recreation areas within the city.
  7. Development of plant nurseries and an urban forest in the NBP Reservation.
  8. Passing an ordinance supporting the clean air act by imposing sanctions on violators.
  9. Strengthening the system of vehicle monitoring especially the level of emissions, via the procurement of testing equipment   and strengthening of manpower capabilities through skills and technical knowledge upgrading.
  10. Passing an ordinance creating the Environmental Code of Muntinlupa.
  11. Strengthening linkages with LTO, DENR-EMB, MMDA and other concerned agencies through the development of a anti-smoke belching/air pollution framework.




  1. To make Muntinlupa the Economic Tiger of the National Capital Region of the 21st Century.
  2. To attract investments into the city.
  3. To generate income/revenue for the city as well as create jobs for its fast growing population.


  1. Institutionalization of the One Stop Shop Permit Application/Renewal System.
  2. Institutionalization of the Tax Campaign Task Force.
  3. Full implementation of laws on regulatory taxes and other fees and charges.
  4. Creation of a consumer welfare office.
  5. Strengthening of the Small and Medium Entrepreneurship Development Committee.



  1. To protect the health of the City's population against pollutive industrial wastes.
  2. To ensure the fast flow of commerce through the development of an efficient transport system.


  1. Seek legislative support for the regulation and control of the City Government over industrial wastes.
  2. Development of an efficient Traffic Management Plan.



  1. To make tourism one of the magnets of growth of the City of Muntinlupa.
  2. To preserve the City's Historical Heritage.
  3. To develop Muntinlupa as the Emerald City of the 21st Century.


  1. Promotion and preservation of the City's National Historical Institute-accredited sights: Jamboree Lake, Memorial Hill, Administration Bldg. Japanese Cemetery and Director's Quarter's.
  2. Development of other historical sights such as the Liwasan ng mga Bayani, etc. for accreditation of the NHI.
  3. Development of an annual calendar of local activities that the City can utilize to attract tourists.
  4. Inclusion of the local history and culture of the City in the School Curriculum.
  5. Harness "Sister Cityhood" with other LGUs both local and abroad.
  6. Promotion of the Clean and Green Program with the aim of attracting environmental- friendly businesses.
  7. Development of small pockets of parks and other recreational areas in the city.
  8. Development of a Forest Reserve in the NBP Reservation.
  9. Construction of a waterfront/bayside area and a sea wall spanning the perimeters of the Laguna de Bay belonging to the City.
  10. Promotion of an environmental-friendly as  businesses through provision of tax holidays, incentives, etc.
  11. Construction of an auditorium or museum showcasing the local cultural and historical heritage.




  1. To reduce the unemployment rate of the City.
  2. To increase the proportion of skilled workers in the labor force.
  3. To increase the proportion of college educated workers in the labor force.
  4. To bridge the gap between the demand and supply of labor.


  1. To establish a Local Vocational Institute.
  2. To strengthen the vocational school program of the local government to meet the needs requirement of the companies and industries.
  3. To intensify support to graduates of the local technical/vocational program.
  4. To strengthen the marketing of the products manufactured at the technical and vocational schools of the city as well as those produced by coops and other SMEs.


  1. To improve the standards of living of the population particularly those belonging to the agricultural sector through augmentation of their resources.
  2. To enhance the marketability of the agribusiness products produced by the City's constituents.


  1. To strengthen the awareness of the City's population of the benefits of the Cooperative System.
  2. To provide technical support for the development of the City's cooperatives (i.e. organization, promotion, monitoring, etc.).


  1. Development of a Local Investment Plan to guide investors looking for investment opportunities in the City.
  2. Modification of the taxation structure to ensure equity and fairness in its imposition.
  3. Provision of scholarships for poor yet deserving citizens for vocational education.
  4. Construction of a Public Vocational Technological Institute.
  5. Expansion of the courses available in the vocational training program to include carpentry, electrical wiring, etc.
  6. Propose the upgrading of the curriculum of TESDA to make it relevant to the needs of the city's constituents and the business sector.
  7. Entering into partnerships with the private sector for technology and/or skills transfer to the local manpower office.
  8. Review the financial assistance program to maximize its impact on the needs of the applicants.
  9. Creation of  a Job Placement Bureau, which will oversee employment opportunities for the local constituents, including skills and job matching and the like.
  10. Conduct of training and seminars on Micro Enterprise Development as well as management of small businesses.
  11. Establishment of a network to promote market for locally manufactured goods
  12. Conduct of training and seminars on Cooperative Development.



To accommodate in the economic mainstream all vendors belonging to the informal sector by year 2004.

  1. Establishment of a Muntinlupa City Vendor's Federation.
  2. Development of programs that would promote cooperativism among vendors.
  3. Adoption of a graduated approach to mainstreaming the informal sector.
  4. Identify areas for informal sector (informal sector commercial zone, hawker's market, etc.)




  1. To improve the City's transport system by widening existing roads and constructing  missing road links to make the circulation network more efficient.
  2. To facilitate the movement of goods and services in the city in the most efficient and economic manner.
  3. To reduce traffic congestion.
  4. To minimize accidents and damages.


  1. Construction of a 700 lm. access road and drainage in East Kabulusan.
  2. Construction of the Concepcion access road towards from East Service Road towards the PPTA of approx. 100 linear m. with corresponding expropriation of lots affected.
  3. Concretization of the 800 linear m. long and 12 linear m. wide Soldier's Hills Main Road servicing Camella II-D, Mutual Homes and the like.
  4. Road concreting and expansion of Rizal St. extension leading to NBP entrance which will benefit Katarungan Village, NBP and MPC.
  5. Interconnection of Daang Hari Road that will link the Katarungan Village main road with that of the arterial Road of Victoria Homes.



  1. To come up with a flood-control and drainage master plan for the City.
  2. To ensure that waterways are free from wastes so as not to impede the free flow of storm and rain runoffs.


  1. Construction and rehabilitation of  drainage line in areas which are prone to flooding
  2. Dredging of the rivers/creeks
  3. Muntinlupa River Rehabilitation Program



To provide adequate potable water supply to the population through an efficient and sustainable water system autonomously managed and operated by the City Government


  1. Formulation of proactive policies in order to arrest the water shortage problem.
  2. Develop a Medium Term Water Development Plan.
  3. Manila South Water Distribution Project (Maynilad)
  4. Seek congressional legislation creating a separate water agency serving Southern NCR as well as Cavite, and Laguna tapping the mountain ranges of Quezon and Cavite as possible water source.




  1. To be able to deliver competitive, quality and distinct public services through effective management of development plans, programs and policies in consonance with the City Government's Mission and Vision.To bolster personnel administration and strengthen career service in the City Government of Muntinlupa.
  2. To establish an effective development communication system within the City of Muntinlupa.
  3. To mobilize people participation in the implementation of development programs and projects.
  4. To apply low-cost but effective technological innovations in development programs and projects.
  5. To find alternative sources of funding for the implementation of development programs and projects.


  1. Establishment of a Development Communications System.
  2. Establishment of an Employee Development Program.
  3. Implementation of a promotion system based on merit.
  4. Development of a Comprehensive Employee Benefits Program.
  5. rengthen the career development program to upgrade the skills and knowledge of the employees through training, seminars and workshops on values and work attitudes, among others.
  6. Establishment of a trainor's pool for in-house training.
  7. Establishment of livelihood programs for employees through cooperativism.



Police Services

  1. To maintain peace and order in the City of Muntinlupa.
  2. To strengthen the physical and intelligence capabilities, facilities and equipment of the PNP.

Fire Services

  1. To prevent the occurrence of fire to minimize loss of life and property.
  2. To strengthen personnel capabilities to efficiently serve the population.


Police Services

  1. Deployment of Police personnel for maximum visibility to prevent and control crime.  This will be complemented by the hiring of additional personnel and upgrading  knowledge and skills of the existing pool.
  2. Continuous conduct of intelligence operations.
  3. Maintenance of dialogue/ugnayan with the barangays.
  4. Establishment of a rewards system for deserving police personnel.

Fire Services

  1. Construction of three permanent Fire Sub Station at Brgy. Tunasan, Putatan, Sucat.
  2. Upgrade/intensification Fire Service Training Program of Personnel.
  3. Acquisition of fire trucks as well as rehabilitation of existing ones.
  4. Procurement of fire fighting tools and equipment as well as protective gear and the like.
  5. Strict implementation/enforcement of PD 1185 (Fire Code of the Phil.)





  1. To plan the Muntinlupa NBP estate in beneficial relation to the needs of the City as well as that of the National Capital Region.
  2. To develop a development plan that is holistic and progressive without compromising the basic needs of the population.


Development of a Master Development Plan for NBP.  This shall include the following projects:



  1. To obtain the highest and best use of all the lands in the City of Muntinlupa.
  2. To prevent/minimize/eliminate urban blight.
  3. To transform the City of Muntinlupa into an Emerald City.
  4. To ensure enough space to service the multiple requirements of the City.


  1. Designation of Socialized Housing Zones to prevent the proliferation of squatters.
  2. Designation of green strips and buffer areas between different types of land uses.
  3. Engage the services of top caliber consultants in the master planning of the NBP with the use of the GIS.
  4. Opening of subdivision roads as alternative routes to solve the traffic problem.
  5. Regulation of the intensities of commercial use along the National Rd.
  6. Designation of an area in the NBP for community amenities and other activities.
  7. Provision of a master plan for utility services i.e. drainage, telephone, sewerage, etc.
  8. Provision of a (sea wall) barrier that will protect settlement from flooding.
  9. Strengthening the tree-planting program.
  10. Implementation of an "Adopt a Riverbank" Program and other similar programs for massive reforestation.
  11. Control of land use intensity in areas with land subsidence.



To enhance and sustain revenue collection and generation to ensure prompt and continuous funding of projects and delivery of social services to the people.


  1. Development of an info-based, system-oriented, multilateral responsibility, graft-free and non-bureaucratic revenue collection system.
  2. Enhancement of the GIS in monitoring delinquent tax payers and other potential sources of income for the City.
  3. Review and update the existing local Tax Code.
  4. Establishment of a regular One Stop Shop Permits System to cater to the needs of the business establishments.
  5. Provision of a customer-friendly environment for taxpayers.




  1. Construction of additional school buildings and facilities
  2. Construction of a Geriatric Center
  3. Construction of a 24-Hours Disaster Headquarter
  4. Fish Port Complex
  5. Provision of a sustainable funding source for socialized housing
  6. Full Operationalization of Migration Information Center in each barangay
  7. Construction of a Recycling Center/s
  8. Development of Plant Nurseries
  9. Development of a Master Plan for NBP
  10. Flood Control/Drainage Master Plan
  11. One Stop Shop Business Permit System
  12. Development of more NHI accredited local sites
  13. Establishment of a Vocational Technical Institute
  14. Modification of the Local Tax System
  15. Social Development Center for Street Children
  16. Construction of Sports Complex Facilities
  17. Creation of a Job Placement Bureau
  18. Establishment of a Muntinlupa City Vendor's Federation
  19. Establishment of Employee Development Plan/Program
  20. Establishment of an Employees' Benefits Program
  21. Upgrade to standard level the facilities, equipment and skills of the City's Fire and Police Department
  22. Enhancement of the GIS to be used as a tool for policy making as well as for revenue generation/monitoring
  23. Establishment of a Development Communications System
  24. Designation of Socialized Housing Zones
  25. Designation of Green Strips and Buffer Zones
  26. Opening of  Road Network and Access Roads


  1. Development of an Urban Forest
  2. Development of a Medium/Long Term Water Development Plan
  3. Construction of a Stone Sea Wall Along Coastal Road
  4. Development of a Local Compost Plant
  5. Laguna Lake Reclamation Project
  6. C-6 Road Project
  7. Manila-Calamba Express Commuter Rail Project
  9. Road Widening


For more information about the MTCDP
 of the City of Muntinlupa please visit or call:
The City Planning and Development Office
2nd Floor, Annex Building, CityHall of
Tel. No. 543-0804