• Rolando T. Domingo

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0947-8934-577
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
    • Cesar Beltran

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0920 969 0720
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • [email protected]
      • 2F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315

      Duties and Responsibilities

      -Development management and administration-related plans strategies upon approval of the LCE

      -Delivery of administrative support services during and after man-made and natural disasters and calamities


      Providing the most effective and efficient coordination and administrative support services to all offices.


      Envisions to be the leading agency in the LGU in promoting quality and high standards of public services.

    • Alma Ayson

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0939-9215-328
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: 1ST F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315

      Duties and Responsibilities

      Ensure all laws and policies governing the approval  and assessment of real properties  for taxation purposes are properly  executed as stated  in Book II of R.A  7160 and in the manner prescribed  in Real Property Appraisal  and Assessment  Operational Manual


      • The office shall ensure that the mandates of law and policy pronouncement to both national and local governments of Capas and Province of Tarlac are efficiently and properly enforced.


      • The Municipal Assessor’s Office as a partner in the transformation  of Capas into financially self-sustaining local government unit shall; Discover, list’ appraise and asses  all real properties  situated within the jurisdiction of Capas in accordance with existing assessment rules and regulation, maintain systematic method and effective accounting inventory of real

      Available services

      Who may avail of Service: Real Property Owners

      What are the requirements: Presentation of Owner’s Copy of Title with a photocopy, in the absence of the owner’s copy, submit Certified True Copy of Title.

      Together with:

      • Registered Deed of Conveyance duly stamped by Registry of Deeds/BIR – any of the following;
      • Deed of Sale
      • Deed of Donation
      • Extra-Judicial Settlement Estate
      • Affidavit of Self Adjudication
      • Photocopy of Transfer Tax Receipt – Original Copy to be presented for validation.
      • Photocopy of Real Tax Receipt or Tax Clearance for the current year.
      • BIR Payments – Certificate Authorization Registration (CAR) Certified True Copy or Tax Payer File Copy.
      • Community Tax Certificate of the owner or Authorized Representative.

      Schedule of Availability of Service: Monday to Friday during office hours from 8 am to 5 pm.

    • Insp. Ivy P. Trono

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0933-875-1414
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • FB PAGE:
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac

      Duties and Responsibilities

               Legal Mandate

                      The BUREAU OF FIRE PROTECTION was created by virtue of R.A. 6975 primarily to perform the following functions:

      1. Be responsible for the prevention and suppression of all destructive fires on:
      1.    Buildings, houses and other structures;
      2.    Forest;
      3.     Land transportation vehicles and equipment;
      4.    Ships or vessels docked at piers or wharves or anchored in     major
      5.     Petroleum industry installations;
      6.    Plane crashes; and
      7.    Other similar incidents
      1. Be responsible for the enforcement of the Fire Code of the Philippines (P.D. 1185) and other related laws.
      1. Shall have the power to investigate all causes of fires and, if necessary, file the proper complaint with the city or provincial prosecutor who has jurisdiction over the case.
      1. In a time of national emergency, all elements of the BFP shall, upon direction of the President, assist the AFP in meeting national emergency, and
      1. Shall establish at least one (1) fire station with adequate personnel, firefighting facilities, and equipment in every city subject to standards, rules, and regulations as may be promulgated by the Department of the Interior and Local Government.


      We commit to prevent and suppress destructive fires, investigate its causes; enforce Fire Code and other related laws; respond to man-made and natural disasters and other emergencies.


      A modern fire service fully capable of ensuring a fire safe nation by 2034.

        Available services

      1. Check all electrical wirings regularly.

      You can schedule it annually, or if you notice an irregularity (see warning signs). According to statistics, faulty electrical wiring/connection is the top reason for fire incidents at home. Replace or change frayed wiring, defective electrical fixtures, and damaged sockets immediately. Furthermore, make sure electrical cords are not running under carpets or across doorways.

      Warning signs: Lights flickering, switch sparking, the burning smell when you plug in appliances, among others.

      1. Avoid electrical overloading.

      Most homes use extension cords so they can use several devices at the same time. But you should avoid this practice because it may cause the sockets to overheat and possibly cause a fire. Your big appliances such as refrigerators and air conditioners should also have their own designated outlet.

      Smart Tip: Unplug all your appliances and gadgets when not in use. Not only will this help prevent fires, but it will also help lower your electricity bill.

      1. Install smoke alarms.

      More than half of fatal home fires happen at night when people are asleep. This device sounds an alarm when a fire starts, waking people before they are trapped or overcome by smoke.

      1. Do not smoke inside the house.

      Use an ashtray and crush your cigarette stubs thoroughly to put out the flame. Douse it in water to make sure the fire is out.

      1. Keep matches and other flammable objects out of your children’s reach.

      Put them in a high place away from your children’s sight.

      1. Keep the burning candles within your sight.

      Also, use a candleholder specifically designed for candle use. Don’t place it where it can’t be knocked over by children, pets, or anyone else. Keep them away from items that can easily catch fire such as curtains, books, papers, and so on

      1. Keep an eye on your cooking.

      Neglected cooking or stove is the third leading cause of fire incidents inside the house. If you need to leave the room, ask someone to watch what you’re cooking or turn off the stove instead.

      Smart Tip: Use a timer especially if you are boiling or baking food to remind yourself that you’re cooking.

      1. Do not store any flammable substance or any corrosive liquid in the kitchen.

      These include common household items such as disinfectant spray, paint, paint thinner, bleach, and alcohol. Store them in a safe and dry location. Make sure to properly label where you will put it as flammable products. This will ensure that you won’t be feeding the flames with volatile compounds in the event of a fire.

      1. Make sure to inspect your kitchen before you go to sleep.

      Check your Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) tanks and make sure they are turned off.

      1. Check your LPG tank.

      Your tanks should have the safety cap and security seal. Make sure to use the correct hose and that the regulator is attached securely to the cylinder valve. You can check for leaks by applying soapy water.

      Recommendation: Hose should be replaced every two years and regulators five years after it was manufactured.

      1. Have a fire extinguisher on hand since the kitchen area is where most fires start.

      The common extinguisher to use is Class A:B:C since it covers ordinary combustibles including paper and wood (A), flammable liquids such as grease and oil (B), and electrical appliances (C).

      Reminder: For preventive measures, inspect your fire extinguisher occasionally to see that it has no cracks, the locking pin is in place, and the handle is not broken. If you see any of these, ask an expert if it’s still usable or you will need to replace your fire extinguisher.

      1. Know where the main emergency fire doors are.

      If you’re living in a condominium, make sure to check the arrangement of the emergency exits and how easily do the doors open or closes.

      1. Make a fire escape plan including escape routes and meeting places.

      Discuss this with your family members and ensure they know what to do in case of an emergency. For those in condos, check with your property management office as well if they have an emergency escape plan in place.

      1. Have emergency numbers ready.

      Place them in a visible location or near your telephone. You should also save the numbers in your mobile phone.


      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0920-9690-711
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: 1F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315

      The municipal  Budget Office is in-Charge of the preparation, review, consolidation, and evaluation of documents relative to budgetary matters.


                      To implement plans and programs of this municipality through effective financial planning and budgeting of local government funds.


      To improve the fiscal services of the municipality down to the level of barangays through the implementation of policies in budgeting preparation, review, consolidation, and evaluation of documents relative to budgetary matters.

        Available services

                      Administrative/ Budgetary Services

    • Lilibeth Huet

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0999-8841-175

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0939-9106-970
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0998-558-0219
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: 2F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315


      • Acquire quality goods and avail related services with the appropriation of the Municipality ;
      • Establish an orderly centralized records management in the Municipality;
      • Upgrade the system of Inventory of the Municipality’s  assets  and equipment ;
      • Sustain cleanliness of Municipal premises and maintain  serviceability of its facilities;
      • Safeguard the properties  of the Municipality with well-oriented and skilled  team personnel;
      • Promote policies and programs that are geared toward the total well-being of its employees.


      • The Municipal General Services Office of Capas, Tarlac aims to be an office that is concerned with the total well-being of its employees and dedicated to procuring quality goods and services which is advantageous to the Municipality. The office is determined to orderly record management and effectively manages and maintains the asset of the Municipality.

        Available services

      SCHEDULE :  

      Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00pm

    • RHU – Dra. Franchette

      Municipal Health Officer

      1. Attends to the administration of the Rural Health Unit.
      2. Formulate the Annual Health Plan and submits the same to the LCE.
      3. Implement health programs in accordance with the guidelines set by the Dept. of Health and under the technical supervision of the Provincial Health Officer.
      4. Develops the capabilities of his staff.
      5. Supervises all aspects of health work.
      1. Provides epidemiological and environmental health services in the community.
      2. Studies weekly notifiable disease reports conducts investigations in times of epidemics or disease outbreaks and institute measures
      3. Supervises over the hygienic and sanitary conditions of the municipality, public and private premises:
        1. Enforce all sanitary laws and regulations applicable to the municipality and shall cause all violations to be duly penalized.
        2. Conducts inspection of food establishments and industrial establishments and issue health certificates and sanitary permits.
        3. Determine the cause of death of persons dying without medical attendance and issue the necessary death certificate.
      1. Serves as the clinician of the Rural Health Unit:
      2. Holds regular consultations in the main health center and barangay health stations.
      3. Conducts physical examination of government employees, school children and applicants for permits, licenses, and tests, and issues medical certificates.
      1. Acts as the Medico-legal officer in the municipality:
      2. Attends to medico-legal cases and issues medico-legal reports to the chief of police, fiscal or judge.
      3. Performs autopsies upon the request of the above-mentioned officials.
      1. Conducts Information Education Campaign on matters of health to the public.

      Rural Health Dentist

      • Diagnosis and treats problems with the teeth, gums and other parts of the mouth.
      • Lecture pregnant women about their oral hygiene and proper nutrition during pregnancy.
      • Remove unsavable teeth.
      • Provide dental check-up and lecture about oral hygiene


      Medical Technologist

      • Perform routine urine examination.
      • Perform hemoglobin and hematocrit determination
      • Perform sputum examination
      • Perform routine stool examination
      • Perform Blood typing
      • Perform Blood test for malaria microscopy
      • Perform HIV screening
      • Perform Syphilis test
      • Perform Extraction for measles patients
      • Perform Gram’s staining
      • Encoding of results
      • Submission of report quarterly

      Rural Health Nurse

      • Technical supervision over the midwives on the implementation of the Department of Health Programs.
      • Help, prepare and formulate health plans.
      • Attend medical consultations and refer cases needing further diagnostic skilled care by a physician and other agencies
      • Analyze and consolidate health program reports.
      • Submit accurate and timely reports.
      • Monitor and evaluate various health programs quarterly, semi-annual and annually.
      • Participate in development programs of other midwifery personnel and students and other community workers.
      • Participate in an educational outreach study and research.
      • Establishes a good working relationship with the different community organizations, non-government organizations specially the barangays and involve them in the implementation of health programs.
      • Assist in the conduct of disease surveillance.
      • Conduct health education and training.
      • Coordinate with the public associates and to ensure timely data collection and reporting
      • Participate in the data gathering and response during health emergencies and disasters

      Rural Health Midwife

      1. Work with the Public Health Nurse in planning and evaluating health services at the barrio level.
      • Participates in determining the health needs of individuals, families and the community.
      • Assists in planning and organizing clinic in the barangay
      • Prepares a monthly schedule of activities in coordination with the physician, nurse, sanitary inspector or other health workers
      • Plans for activities in the clinic, follow up in homes and field visits to the community.
      1. It provides midwifery services in the barangay.
      • Gives direct care to normal, childbearing women during pregnancy till the end of puerperium as well as to normal newborn infants.
      • Refers to physician an or nurse and appropriate agencies for pregnant post-partum women and newborn babies with suspected abnormalities and problems.
      • Identifies individuals and groups in the barangay who can contribute to the care of mothers and infants
      • Arranges for or seeks help in the organization of individuals and groups to support activities in relation to mothers and infants.
      • Arranges for or seeks help in the organization of individuals and groups to support activities in relation to mothers and infants.
      1. Carries out medical and nursing functions as specified in the operational manual for nursing personnel
      • Conducts clinic which includes: Obtaining clinical history. Performing simple routines, physical and laboratory exams. Administering agency and therapeutic measures.
      • Refers cases needing further diagnostic and more skilled care by a physician and other agencies.
      • Keep accurate records of medical and nursing care rendered in the clinic, homes, and community.
      1. Guides volunteers or clerks assigned to a clinic and other healthy activities.
      2. Accomplishes and submits reports of activities and needs for supplies including vaccines, health education and repairs of equipment to public health nurses.
      3. Participates in development programs for herself, or other midwifery personnel, students and other community workers.

      Sanitation Inspector

      1. Administration
      2. Plans programs for environmental sanitation together with the Municipal Health Officer (MHO) and request the necessary budget from the authorities concerned.
      3. Participates in the total health program and planning of the community, staff meetings, community meetings, conferences, and training, etc
      4. Prepared sanitation reports and maintains a proper filing system and updates sanitation records.
      5. Establishes good working relationships with the different community organizations, especially the barangay, and involves them in the planning and implementation of the sanitation activities.
      6. He attends to complaints and legal matters in relation to his work.
      7. Prepares death certificates.
      8. Environmental Sanitation
      9. Water Sanitation – Assist in the provision and maintenance of safe and adequate water supply to the community.
      10. Excreta and sewage disposal – Assists in the provision and maintenance of sanitary disposal facilities for human excrement and sewage.
      11. Food Sanitation – Assists in the provision of safe and wholesome food consumers through proper enforcement of sanitary rules and regulations and training of food operators and food handlers.
      12. Solid waste management – Helps and promotes in the provision sanitary storage facilities, and proper collection and disposal of solid waste either by individual, group or municipal system.
      13. Insect and vermin control – Assists in the elimination of breeding and harbourage places and conducts or guides organized control program.
      14. Public place sanitation – Assists in the provision of sanitary facilities and maintenance of the sanitary condition in public places such as schools, public buildings, parks, playgrounds, public transports, air and seaports, swimming pools, bars, hotels, amusement, and recreational centers, etc.
      15. Environmental protection – Establishes a close working relationship with the environmental protection agencies.
      16. Routine inspection – Carries out a routine inspection in accordance with the standard frequency for the different fields of environmental sanitation, using the prescribed form and is required to conduct non-routine inspection from time to time as the need arises.
      17. Health education – Assist in the implementation of health education activities especially those activities related to environmental sanitation.
      18. Referral – Give technical advice and guidance along with environmental health to midwives/public health nurses in their assignment areas, when needed.
      19. School Health
      20. Take part in the inspection and supervision of sanitary facilities in the school buildings.
      21. Control of communicable diseases
      22. Help conduct epidemiological investigation under the supervision and authority of the Municipal Health Officer.
      23. Institute control measures under the guidance of the health officer and/or sanitary engineer.
      24. Other duties that may be assigned by superior officers.

      Administrative Assistant

      • Performs general clerical duties but not limited to: photocopying, faxing, organizing and filing of data records
      • Coordinates and maintain records for staff
      • Assisting in daily office needs
      • Answer incoming calls and assume other receptionist duties when needed.

      Ambulance Drivers

      • Conduct/transport patients to the hospital of choice-twice a week.
      • Maintenance of ambulance monthly.

      Birthing Station Staff

      • Attend normal deliveries.
      • Provide Post-partum care.
      • Initiates breastfeeding.
      • Conduct counseling on Family Planning.
      • Render New-born Care.
      • Provide needed immunization within 24 hours.
      • New-born screening within 48 hours to 1 week .


      • To ensure the implementation of responsive health programs for Capaseños through concerted efforts of the Local Government Unit, Non-Government Organizations, and the community.


      • To attain a healthy community through quality health care delivery system

      Available services

        Tuberculosis Program ·         Sputum Microscopy – Tuberculosis suspect patients undergo sputum examination ·         Initiation of Treatment of patient found positive and chest x-ray positive
              Maternal Care Program
      • Pre-natal care – pregnant women were given four pre-natal care
      • Pregnant women are given iron with folic acid supplementation
      • Pregnant women tested for syphilis
      • Attend deliveries for normal pregnancies and mothers who are at risk are referred to hospitals for further care
      • Post-natal check-up given 2 times within 2 months after delivery.
      • Post-partum mothers have given iron supplementation
      • Newborn screening test for infants
      Child Care Program
      • Children are registered in the Under Five Clinic (UFC) and are seen regularly for weighing and examination
      • Control of Acute Respiratory Infection
      Expanded Program in Immunization
      • Children 0-1 y.o are immunized with BCG, Hepa B, PENTA, OPV, IPV, MCV, ROTA, PCV, MMR
      Control of Diarrheal Diseases
      • Diarrheal cases are given oral rehydrating solution to prevent and treat dehydration
      Family Planning Program
      • Clients are given contraceptive of their choice after counseling and are examined regularly
      Dental Care Program
      • Oral Examination
      • Preventive Dental Care
      • Curative Dental Care
          Nutrition Program
      • Operation Timbang – All children age -0-5 y.o. are weighed in the first quarter and classified as to their nutritional status. Malnourished children, 2nd and 3rd degree are enrolled in feeding programs
      Micronutrient Supplementation Program
      • Vitamin A and iron supplementation – Araw ng sangkap pinoy is held once a year wherein vitamin capsules are given to children age 1-5 y.o. iron to pregnant and lactating mothers.
      Environmental Sanitation Program
      • Water Supply Disinfection – Water sources are examined and disinfected if found to be contaminated
      • Toilet Construction – Toilet bowls are provided to a household with no toilet facility
      • Food establishment Inspection – Food establishments are inspected regularly
      Leprosy Control Program
      • Case finding and Treatment – Leprosy suspect patient undergo slit smear examination and treated if found positive
      Medical Care Program
      • Consultation Program – Patients are examined and treated and referred if further medical care is needed
      Animal Bite Program
      • Dog and Cat Bite – All animal bite cases seen referred to Tarlac Provincial Hospital for prophylaxis treatment
      Dengue Program
      • Dengue suspect patient undergo dengue rapid test and referred to hospital if found positive
      Malaria Program
      • Malaria suspect patient undergo blood examination and treated if found positive
      Operation Tuli Program
      • School children submit themselves for circumcision for hygienic purposes and to prevent possible  urinary tract infection
      Mass Blood Donation Program
      • Blood Letting Activity


      • Organize Barangay Health Team (Jan 10 -15)
      • National Cancer Consciousness Week
      • Goiter Awareness Week(Jan 24 – 30)
      • Heart Month
      • Operation Timbang by the BHW(Feb 1-28
      • Oral Health Month
      • Medical/Surgical/Dental Mission(Feb 25, 2011)
      • Continuation of Operation Timbang(Mar 1-15)
      • Health Events in cooperation with the TRIDEV (Mar 25)
      • Garantisadang Pambata (deworming, Vit A & Iron supplement – micronutrients)(Apr 12-30)
      • World Malaria Day (Apr 25)
      • Feeding moderate/severe malnourished children
      • Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
      • Natural Family Planning Month
      • Fumigation of private/public schools (May 23-31)
      • Dengue Awareness Month
      • National Kidney Month
      • No Smoking Month
      • Prostate Cancer Awareness Month (Rectal Exam)
      • World Environment Day
      • National Blood Donors Month
      • Nutrition Month
      • National Diabetes Awareness Week (Jul 12-17
      • National Disaster Consciousness Month
      • Food Safety Awareness Week (Jul 25-29)
      • Family Planning Month
      • Lung Cancer Awareness Month
      • National Tuberculosis Awareness Month (Aug 1-30)
      • World Breastfeeding Week (Aug 1-7)
      • National Tuberculosis Day (Aug 19)
      • World Rabies Month
      • Breast Cancer Awareness Month
      • Garantisadong Pambata (Oct 11-15
      • Cancer Pain Awareness Month
      • Malaria Awareness Month
      • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Awareness Week(Nov 1-5)
      • World Diabetes Day (Nov 14)
      • Firecracker Injury Prevention Month
      • World AIDS Day (Dec. 01)
      • National Health Emergency Preparedness Day (Dec 9)

      SCHEDULE : 

      Monday Consultation
      Tuesday Consultation, Pre-natal Check up
      Wednesday Consultation, Immunization
      Thursday Consultation, Barangay visit/ Monitoring by the MHO/PHN, Pre-marriage counselling by the midwife
      Friday Consultation, Regular Staff Meeting

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0908 821 5726
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected] / [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: 2F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315

      Provide assistance to officials and employees relative to personnel actions, relations, and career development.


      To promote morale, integrity, efficiency, responsiveness, and courtesy in the workplace


      To have a more responsible and effective personnel management for the development of a comprehensive and balance personnel system.

      Available services

       SCHEDULE :  

      Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00pm


      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0929 248 0881
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
    • Atty. Nicolas Pineda

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0998 558 0152
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: 2F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315


      • To provide adequate legal assistance and support the local chief executive in carrying out the delivery utmost social services to the public.
      • To provide adequate Legal opinion on any question of law pertaining  to the running of the Local  Government of Capas
      • To recommend measures  to the Sanggunian in matters related to the upholding the rule of law
      • To be in the frontline of protecting human rights and in the prosecution of any violation thereof


      • To become an institution that will contribute beneficially to the administration of the Local. Government Unit of Capas and in the Delivery of excellent social services to its constituents.

      Available services

      Legal advice and Consultation

      SCHEDULE :  

      Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00pm

    • Urbano Yumul

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0927 723 5623
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac


      A sustainable, effective and well-protected environment that compliments to a hale and hearty living condition of the Capaseños


      To pursue sustainable developments and environmental improvements by collaborative efforts with the community in which the town Capas places a premium on sustaining local environmental quality for present and future generations.

      1. Formulate measures for the consideration of the Sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities

      2. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the mayor; as the case may be, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with environment and natural resources programs and projects which the mayor is empowered to implement and which the Sanggunian is empowered

      3. In addition to the foregoing duties and functions, the environment and natural resources officer shall:

      • (i) Establish, maintain, protect and preserve communal forests, watershed, tree parks, mangroves, greenbelt, commercial forests, and similar forest projects like industrial tree farms and agro-forestry projects:
      • (ii) Provide extension services to beneficiaries of forest development projects and technical, financial and infrastructure assistance;
      • (iii) Manage and maintain seed banks and produce seedlings for forest and tree parks;
      • (iv) Provide extension services to beneficiaries of forest development projects and render assistance for natural resources-related conservation and utilization activities consistent with ecological balance;
      • (v) Coordinate with government agencies and non-governmental organizations in the implementation of measures to prevent and control land, air and water pollution with the assistance of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources;

      4. Be in the frontline of the delivery of services concerning the environment and natural resources, particularly in the renewal and rehabilitation of the environment during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities;

      5. Recommend to the Sanggunian and advise the mayor, as the case may be, on all matters relative to the protection, conservation, maximum utilization, application of appropriate technology and other matters related to the environment and natural resources

    • Mark Robert Mercado

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0921 493 9861
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • FB PAGE:
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac


      To be the pre-eminent provider of pre-hospital care services throughout Capas Municipal. Preserving the public trust through the delivery of compassionate, courteous and professional treatment with active and positive contributors in every community we serve such as pre-hospital care, emergency services, medical and non-medical. Through training, we will continually prepare our members to provide the best possible service. We will provide adequate information and education for the community to increase awareness of our service and proper prevention of illness and injury.

      MDRRMC Capas Rescue/EMS is working towards the goal of a secure, healthy, wealthy and resilient municipality. It encompasses a holistic vision of the key elements of disaster management, from:

      • Risk assessment
      • Disaster risk reduction: mitigation
      • Early warning and emergency alerts to preparedness, response, relief, recovery, search, rescue and rehabilitation.


      • As an MDRRMC CAPAS Rescue/EMS, we seek to serve every people in need particularly the residence/citizens of Capas by providing a rapid, safe response to medical/non-medical emergencies (911) with the timely professional care of the sick and injured. We also strengthen the quality of living in our community by promoting wellness and safety. We aim to provide our volunteers with leadership and service opportunities which are character building, self-confidence, which prepare them for future service in their family and community in fulfilling our mission. We corporate values or accountability, integrity, respect, and leadership.

      Strengthening the Municipality of Capas resilience to disaster/calamities, mitigating the loss of life and negative impacts on economics, social, physical, environmental assets caused by natural or human-induced disaster and developing the capacity of communities to respond effectively.

    • Gerry F. Alonzo

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0939 910 6970
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: mo[email protected]
    • Sonia Compra

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0920-9690-738
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac

      In-charge of local planning pertaining to the development thrusts of the local government unit of Capas. Review and revision of the Municipal Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Continuous research and study of local development directions. Integrate & coordinate all sector plans and studies undertaken by the different functional groups or agencies.


      A very reliable support service department of the Local Government of Capas provided with updated and complete data and information requirements relevant to the development thrusts of the local government.


      The Municipal Planning and Development Office of Capas is tasked to plan and formulate economic, social, infrastructure, environmental, administrative and other development programs for inter-department coordination in pursuit of the vision & mission of the local government unit.


      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0998-562-8780
      • (045)925-0154 / local 105 / (045) 925-0504
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac

      The Local Civil Registry Office shall keep and preserve in their office the following books, in which it shall, respectively, make the proper entries concerning the civil status of persons:

      1. Birth and Death register.
      2. Marriage register, in which shall be entered not only the marriages solemnized but also divorces and dissolved marriages.
      3. Legitimation, acknowledgment, adoption, change of name and naturalization register.


      To serve the people of the Municipality of Capas with utmost sincerity, dedication, honesty, and efficiency, committed with the ideals of a professional and service-oriented Civil Registry Office of Capas.


      A highly competent Civil Registry Office, with personnel who are able to offer and render quality and best civil registry services to the people.natural or human-induced disaster and developing the capacity of communities to respond effectively.

        Available services

      • Timely registration of birth, marriage, and death certificates.
      • Timely registration of death certificate.
      • Issuance of a marriage license.
      • Registration of court orders/decrees.
      • Registration and processing of Legal Instruments under R.A. 9255.
      • Late registration of birth, marriage and death certificates and/or endorsement to PSA offices.
      • Filing of petitions for corrections of clerical error under R.A. 9048 and R.A. 10172.
      • Issuance of municipal forms available, not available/destroyed civil registry records certificates.
      • Batch Request System (PSA Birth, Marriage, & Death Certificate)

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0998 996 6163
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0919-6177-173 / 0947 891 7879
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac
      1. To assist the Municipal Mayor in implementing Social Welfare Programs and Services:
      2. To identify the basic needs of the needy and the disadvantaged clientele group;
      3. To implement and develop appropriate measures, alleviate their problems and to improve their living conditions;
      4. Conduct and delivers basic social services to the public;
      5. Supervises staff (Social Welfare Assistant, Day Care Worker I, Job Order, Child Development Workers, PWDs, Senior Citizens and Local Links) in the performance of their duties;
      6. Attends court hearings of Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL) and prepares Social Case Study Report (SCSR) to be submitted to the honorable court;
      7. Prepares Social Case Study Reports needed by the clients;
      8. Prepares quarterly, semester and annual reports of the Office to the agencies concerned;
      9. Prepares report during disaster and post-disaster operation;
      10. Prepares (AIP) Annual Investment Plan and Project Proposals for the Programs and Services to be implemented;
      11. Perform such other functions as may be necessary for the Programs and Services to be implemented;


      To provide intervention, opportunities that will uplift the living condition of distressed and disadvantaged individual families, groups and communities and enable them to become self-reliant and actively participate in community development.


      The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office of Capas vision is to improve the quality of life of the poorest sector of the population of Capas and to enable them to become self-reliant and contribute to community development.


      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0939-9105-882
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac


      • To provide quality health care with compasionate and competent health professionals.
      • To impove health status of the community thru effective health services.
      • To heighten the community awareness thru health education:
      • To extend free health care to indigenous people of Capas; and
      • To serve as training venue for nursiing and midwifery students.


      The Ospital Ning Capas envision to be one of the excellent and preffered hospitals in the province of Tarlac which aims to provide health for all residents of Capas and its neighboring towns.

        Available services

      Outpatient Services

      Emergency Services

      Minor and Major Obstetrical and Surgical Operations

      Clinical Laboratory Services

      Radiologic Imaging Services


      Medical, Pediatrics, and OB-Gyne Services

      Ospital Ning Capas became PhilHealth Accredited in 2012 up to present.

    • PESO – Merly Bumagat

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0947-8917-866
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac
      1. Encourage employers to submit to the PESO on a regular basis list of job vacancies in their respective establishments in order to facilitate the exchange of labor market information service to jobseekers and employers by providing employment services to jobseeker both for local and overseas employment and recruitment assistance to employers.
      2. Conduct regularly a Local Recruitment Activity (LRA), Special Recruitment Activity (SRA) for local and overseas employment.
      3. Maintain a database of applicants through PESO Employment Information System (PEIS) for job matching & posting and referral.
      4. Perform other programs of DOLE and attached agencies like OWWA, TESDA, and POEA.


      To initiate and collaborate with all stakeholders and complement DOLE employment programs and services towards gainful employment to all Filipino Jobseekers.


      To carry out full employment and equality of employment opportunities for all, and for this purpose, to strengthen and expand the existing employment facilitation service, the machinery of Municipality of Capas thru Public Employment Service Office (PESO).


      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac


      • Enforce the Law, prevent and control crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community.


      • Imploring the aid of almighty, by 2030 we shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safer place to live work and do business.

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0939-9158-886
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac
      1. Prepare and submit strategic development and action plans to the Market Authority and     Local Chief Executive for approval;
      2. Recommend policies and viable strategies to improve Market operations
      3. Implement laws provided for by the Capas Public Market Code of 2016
      4. Prepare and submit proposed Annual Budget for the operation of Public Market
      5. Assist Market staff and job order employees to become efficient in their work assignments
      6. Enhance Market collections, enforce delinquents to pay regularly
      7. Make the operation of Capas Walking Street active and orderly


      • A professionalized, orderly and systematic operation and administration of the public market; and a
      • Self-sustaining local economic enterprise


      • Full Implementation of the provisions of the Capas Public Market Code of 2016;
      • Improve the services and facilities provided for by the municipality

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 09277944598
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac
      1. To study, assess, prepare and formulate a comprehensive traffic management plan for the Municipality of Capas, with particular focus on the central business district of the Municipality covering the six (6) barangays in the Poblacion.
      2. To monitor and manage the flow of traffic in the Municipality as well as the terminals of public utility vehicles operating in the Municipality.
      3. To supervise the operation of hotels, bars, nightclubs, gymnasium, cockpits, and other places of amusements in the Municipality including their visitation and inspection.
      4. To manage and supervise the operation of public cemeteries, parks, plazas, and playgrounds in the Municipality.
      5. To oversee the operations of the drug reformatory center known as the Capas Bahay Pagbabago, and other divisions under the POSMO umbrella (Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council, Municipal Radio Office, Motorized Tricycle Franchising Regulatory Board, Task Force Kaayusan, Task Force LOTE, Task Force Quarry)
      6. To manage and supervise all public assemblies, parade, and other allied activities using the public thoroughfare;
      7. To advise the Municipal Mayor on matters pertaining to public order and safety and public services.
      8. To execute all laws and ordinances pertaining to public order and safety and public services;
      9. To cause the prosecution of all violations of laws, ordinances, and regulations relating to public order and safety public services;
      10. To perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.


      To advise, coordinate, implement, and formulate relevant policy and procedures pertaining to public order and safety; to include law enforcement and implementation of Municipal Ordinances, etc..


      Safe and secured Municipality of Capas and its People.


      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0998-542-3200
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac
      1. Conduct an Ante-Mortem inspection of animals to be slaughtered and check proper documents before slaughter.
      2. Conduct an Ante-Mortem inspection of animal carcasses and to ensure that the meat consumed is fit for human consumption.
      3. Conduct post-abattoir inspections of slaughtered animals.
      4. Collection of slaughter fees.
      5. Remit daily collection of slaughter fees.
      6. Conduct and inspect daily sweeping, cleaning and sanitation of pig pens and surroundings.


      To improve the quality of service and sanitation to both vendors and consumers, and to ensure that the meat consumed by the end-users is clean, wholesome and free from disease.


      To increase collections in local taxes in order to deliver and serve the town people of Capas, Tarlac through effective governance, and to serve clean, wholesome and fresh meat on the tables of our customers.

        Available services

      • Timely registration of birth, marriage, and death certificates.
      • Timely registration of death certificate.
      • Issuance of a marriage license.
      • Registration of court orders/decrees.
      • Registration and processing of Legal Instruments under R.A. 9255.
      • Late registration of birth, marriage and death certificates and/or endorsement to PSA offices.
      • Filing of petitions for corrections of clerical error under R.A. 9048 and R.A. 10172.
      • Issuance of municipal forms available, not available/destroyed civil registry records certificates.
      • Batch Request System (PSA Birth, Marriage, & Death Certificate)
    • Marissa Vidal

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0918 9623149
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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      • OFFICE ADDRESS: MacArthur Highway, Capas, Tarlac
      1. Supervise and coordinate the implementation of tourism policies, plans, and projects of the Municipal Government of Capas;
      2. Monitor the performance of persons, firms, organizations or enterprises engaged in tourism-related business undertakings or activities and ensure their compliance to existing laws or ordinances or to the tourism policies, plans, and projects of the Municipal Government of Capas;
      3. Collect tourism fees and charges as may be deemed necessary in relation to the mandate of the Tourism Code;
      4. Conduct inspection of tourism enterprises;
      5. In coordination with the Public Order and Safety Management Officer, supervise the operations and maintenance of tourist sites and destinations owned and/or managed by the municipality;
      6. Design and implement the promotional and marketing structure of the tourism programs and projects of the Municipality of Capas;
      7. Organize events and activities that will promote the local culture and tourism attractions of the Municipality;
      8. Conduct tour packages that will result in the influx of tourists, guests and visitors, both foreign and domestic;
      9. Ensure a sustainable funding mechanism for the implementation of tourism plans, policies, programs and activities;
      10. Generate revenues to fund local tourism development plans such as organizing fund raising projects and events, to accept donations, sponsorship and solicitations, through the Municipal Mayor, for the tourism programs of the Municipality and the beautification of tourism sites and destinations in Capas;
      11. Conduct surveys, research and other data gathering activities to support each tourism programs;
      12. Attend and represent the Municipality in any tourism or promotional activities within the locality, in the region, national and international levels;
      13. Perform and execute any tourism promotional related activities and programs;
      14. Promote the tourism development programs of the Municipality with the use of traditional media and of the internet;
      15. Submit recommendations to the Sangguniang Bayan on possible amendments to the Tourism Code Ordinance or the approval of the traditional ordinance intended to improve the local tourism industry;
      16. Assist tourists, guests and visitors in making their visit to the Municipality, ensuring that the said tourists, guests and visitors’ tour experience in the Municipality will be as pleasant and memorable as possible;
      17. Coordinate and consult with the private sector and with the Capas Tourism Council in the development of the local tourism industry;
      18. Regular submission of reports to the Provincial Tourism Office and Department of Tourism Regional Office 3.
      19. Perform such other tasks and duties thay may be assigned to it by law or by ordinance or upon on tourism-related orders of the Municipal Mayor.


      The tourism agro-industrial capital of Tarlac with empowered and healthy citizenry in a socially-just and safe community who live in a sustainable and ecological-balance environment with accessible and well-planned infrastructure under an investment-friendly, progressive, and diverse economy, governed by a God-fearing and responsive leadership.


      To create a positive environment for sustainable growth through the provision of effective and efficient services and good local governance that will improve the quality of life of its citizenry

    • Evelyn Roque

      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0908-8899-141
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: 1F Mun. Bldg., LGU-Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo II, Capas Tarlac 2315
      • Inspect private, commercial and industrial establishment within the jurisdiction of the municipality.
      • Maintain and update the tax information system Of the municipality.
        • Real property tax
        • Business tax
        • Other taxes, fees, and charges
      • Take charge of the disbursement of all local government funds, and such other funds the custody of which may be entrusted by law or other competent authority
      • Take custody of and exercise proper management of the funds of the municipality.
      • Advise the mayor, the Sangguniang Bayan and other local government and national officials concerned regarding the disposition of local government funds.


      The Municipal Treasurer’s Office is mandated to collect taxes, fees, and other obligations, make disbursement in accordance with COA rules and regulations


      •  An efficient and progressive organization for fiscal administration particularly in collection, custody, and disbursement of funds, with responsible, honest, competent and exercise proper

      Available services


      RPT Payments

      Business tax

      Issuance of Community Tax certificate (CEDULA) & Official Receipts

      Cash & Check Disbursement

      Reports on Finance

      Electronic statement of receipts and Expenditures (eSRE)

      Payments Schedule

      Business Tax-January 20, 2018 (1st Quarter Payments), April 20, 2018 (2nd Quarter Payments), July 20, 2018 (3rd Quarter Payments), October 20, 2018 (4th Quarter Payments)

      RPT-January to March 31, 2018, with discount, April onwards with a penalty

      CEDULA – January to March no penalty, April onwards with a penalty

      SCHEDULE :  

      Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00pm


      • MOBILE NUMBER: 0908 865 6179
      • E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
      • OFFICE ADDRESS: Ground floor Municipal Building, Sto. Domingo II, Capas, Tarlac
      1. Act on all applications for Locational Clearance for all projects.
        • Issuance of Certificate of Zoning Compliance for projects conforming to the Zoning Regulations.


      -To enforce the zoning ordinance and locational policies for the better and properly zoned Capas.

      Zoning Administrator/Zoning Officer – a government employee responsible for the implementation/enforcement of the Zoning Ordinance (a local legal enactment which embodies regulation affecting delineated land uses intended to implement the Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) of the city/municipality. Zoning administrators enforce land-use codes within a municipality. They interpret these codes, review permit applications and coordinate enforcement efforts and the promotion of zoning information


                      Capas, heralded as the tourism and agro-industrial capital of the province of Tarlac, endeavors in enforcing the locational policies and performance of the comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) through the zoning ordinance as its principal instrument, to provide the right of owners to develop their property regulated properly through appropriate permits and clearance from the local government thus providing quality of life.

        Available services

                Issuance of Certificate of Zoning Compliance for projects conforming to the Zoning Regulations.


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