Services and Functions

The PERMIT AND LICENSE DIVISION is a division of the Mayor’s office which is directly responsible for the implementation of the Revenue code of Imus specifically for the issuance of Mayor’s/Business Permit, Tricycle Franchise & Permit, Bicycle Permit and issuance of contract of lease on Public cemeteries.

FRONTLINE SERVICES OFFERED

  1. Issuance of Business/Mayor’s Permit (New and Renewal)
  2. Issuance of Permit for Temporary or Seasonal Vendors and Exhibitors
  3. Issuance of Other Permits and Certifications
  4. Cemetery Contract of Lease (for lots owned by the city)

The following are the steps/processing, list of requirements, person responsible, amount to be paid and the duration of each services we are offering:

Applying for Business Permit
ALL ENTERPRISES are required to secure a Business License and Mayor’s Permit, and pay business taxes before the start of commercial operations. The license must be renewed from January 1 to 20, every year. Penalties are imposed after this period. Business taxes for new enterprises are based on capitalization. Those for succeeding years are computed as a percentage of gross receipts/sales. Payments may be made annually, semi-annually or quarterly. Taxes are due on the first 20 days of each quarter.

Requirements

For New Businesses

1. Accomplished Business Permit Application Form/Unified Form (provided by BPLO)

2. DTI (if Sole Proprietorship) or SEC Registration (if Partnership or Corporation) or CDA (if Cooperative)

3. Barangay Clearance (for business)

4. Clearances (Zoning, Building Official, CENRO, Sanitary and Health Permit, Franchise Agreement and Consent (if Franchisee), Market Clearance (if applicable)

5. Contract of Lease, (if lessee)

For Renewal of Business

1. Previous Business Permit and Official Receipt (O.R.)

2. Gross Sales/Receipts or Financial Statement

3. Barangay Clearance (for business)

Procedure

New Business
 

STEP

PROCEDURE DIVISION/

PERSON RESPONSIBLE

DURATION OF

ACTIVITY

CLIENT DEPARTMENT /UNIT
1 Submit the requirements Assess the requirements and issue the Business Permit Assessment Form Ruby Concepcion; Ruby Ordoñez; Regina Camaclang;

Ma. Elinor Laureles;

Mary Grace Basa;

Glenn Elmer Ramirez

9 minutes
2 Pay the required fee(s) Receive the payment. Pass the Business Assessment Form, O.R., CTC, and change to BFP personnel for Fire Inspection Fee payment, then to Sanitary Inspector for Sanitary Permit Alvin Topacio 2 minutes
3 Claim the Business Permit Assessment Form with Official Receipts, CTC, Business Plate, Mayor’s Permit Certificate, Sanitary Permit, and change Issue the Business Permit Assessment Form with Official Receipts, CTC, Business Plate, Mayor’s Permit Certificate, Sanitary Permit, and change Rolando dela Cruz;

Melani Unawa; Richard Villanueva; Roehl Mañago, Jr.; Luisito Dominguez

2 minutes
Fill-out the Client Satisfaction Rating Form
TOTAL DURATION OF ACTIVITY 13 minutes
END OF TRANSACTION

 

Renewal of Business

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE:

 

STEP

PROCEDURE DIVISION/

PERSON RESPONSIBLE

DURATION OF

ACTIVITY

CLIENT DEPARTMENT /UNIT
1 Submit the requirements Assess the requirements and issue the Business Permit Assessment Form Ruby Concepcion; Ruby Ordoñez; Regina Camaclang; Ma. Elinor Laureles;

Mary Grace Basa;

Glenn Elmer Ramirez

6 minutes
2

 

Pay the required fee(s) Receive the payment. Pass the Business Assessment Form, O.R., CTC, and change to BFP personnel for Fire Inspection Fee payment, then to Sanitary Inspector for Sanitary Permit Alvin Topacio 2 minutes
 

3

Claim the Business Permit Assessment Form with Official Receipts, CTC, Business Plate/Sticker, Mayor’s Permit Certificate, Sanitary Permit, and change Issue the Business Permit Assessment Form with Official Receipts, CTC, Business Plate/Sticker, Mayor’s Permit Certificate, Sanitary Permit, and change Rolando dela Cruz;

Melani Unawa; Richard Villanueva; Roehl Mañago, Jr.; Luisito Dominguez

2 minutes
Fill-out the Client Satisfaction Rating Form
TOTAL DURATION OF ACTIVITY 10 minutes
END OF TRANSACTION
Temporary Vendor's Permit

ALL ENTERPRISES are required to secure a Business License and Mayor’s Permit, and pay business taxes before the start of commercial operations. This Permit is issued for Temporary Vendor inside the Mall for a short period of time only.

REQUIREMENTS: PERMIT FEE:
DTI Four (4) meters or less – P/ 7.00 a day or P/60.00/mo.
Contract of Lease
Residence Certificate
TAXES AND FEES: More than four (4) square meters – P/ 60.00/sq.m./mo.
BUSINESS TAX
Based on Capital Investment (New)
Based on Gross Sales (Renewal)

 

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Evaluation of the requirements

Checking of Inspection records from the database file for delinquency.

5 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

2. Encoding and Assessment

Preparing  for the requested certification

5 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

3. Payment of the Certification

Pay the assessed certification at the Treasurer’s Office (Window 9 & 10)

4. Approval and Signature of Mayor

City Mayor reviews and approves Temporary Business Permit and affixes his signature on the certification.

City Mayor
5. Issuance of the Temporary Business Permit

Proceed to BPLD for the releasing of the Certificate.

1 min.  

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

Tricycle Franchise, Tricycle Permit and Special Permit

ALL MOTORIZED tricycles operating in the vicinity of Imus as public utility must possess a valid franchise to operate and a Mayor’s Permit.

The Sanggunian has limited the number of tricycle franchises for regular routes to 5,750 units. Only Imus residents are allowed to hold a tricycle franchise and 1,000 Special tricycle units from the originating municipalities.

The franchise and Mayor’s permit shall be for a period of 1 year and has to be secured annually starting March 1-31. Failure to renew may mean cancellation of franchise.

REQUIREMENTS:
RENEWAL NEW
1.  Previous Franchise and Permit 1. Application Form (Form 1 and 2)
2. Residence Certificate 2. Residence Certificate
3. C.R. / O.R. (updated) 3. C.R. / O.R. (updated)
4. Copy of Tricycle Insurance 4. Copy of Tricycle Insurance
5. Tricycle Inspection (Form 3) 5. Tricycle Inspection (Form 3)
6. TODA Certification 6. TODA Certification
7. Certification of Encumbrance if mortgaged 7. Certification of Encumbrance if mortgaged
8. Franchise of Originating Municipality (if Special Permit) 8. Franchise of Originating Municipality (if Special Permit)

 

Tricycle fees and charges are based on Municipal Ordinance 2008-94 the Revenue Code of 2008 and posted at www.imus.gov.ph.

 

TAXES AND FEES
FRANCHISE NEW TRANSFER RENEWAL CHANGE MOTOR
Processing Fee 500 500 200
Filing Fee 75 75 75 75
Franchise Fee 20 20 20 20
Supervision Fee 20 20 20 20
Certification Fee 5 5 5 5
Legal Research Fee 5 5 5 5
Body No. Fee 150 150 150 150
Inspection Fee 10 10 10 10
TOTAL  PhP 785 785 285 485

 

TRICYCLE  PERMIT/ SPECIAL PERMIT REGULAR SPECIAL
Permit Fee 120.00 250.00
Supervision Fee 40.00
Inspection Fee 10.00
TFRC Cert. Fee 375.00
Body No. Fee 150.00
TOTAL  PhP 160.00 785.00

 

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Secure and Submit Application Form

Accomplish the form to BPLO for verification and evaluation together with the inspection report from ITMO.

2 mins.  

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Josefina C. Delumpa
Administrative Aide II

Melani M. Unawa
Tax Mapping Aide

Mary Clair G. Makinano
Casual

2. Assessment of Franchise and Permit

Get the total computation from BPLO.

3 mins.  

Esmeraldo D. Sapida
License Officer III

Rolando S. Dela Cruz
License Officer II

Luisito E. Dominguez
License Inspector II

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

3. Payment of Fee

Pay the required fees at the Treasurer’s Office(Window 11 & 12)

4. Encoding and Printing of Franchise and Permit 5 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

Pablito A. Paglinawan
Administrative Asst. V

5. Approval of Franchise

Signing of franchise agreement

City Mayor
6. Issuance of Tricycle Franchise and Permit

Presenting the signed Franchise for segregation of all documents.

3 mins.  

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative AideIII

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative AideII

Josefina C. Delumpa
Administrative Aide II

Melani M. Unawa
Tax Mapping Aide

Mary Clair G. Makinano
Casual

7. Releasing of Stickers

Posting of Stickers at the Tricycle unit by the ITMO.

 

ITMO Personnel

Service Tricycle Permit

MOTORIZED tricycles operating as service to students and selling/ doing business with in the vicinity of Imus.

A. Permit given to the Tricycle Operator with Franchise or Special permit to give service to students during Number Coding Scheme. B. Permit given to the Tricycle Owner using their tricycle as private to give service to students or used during doing business within the vicinity of Imus.
REQUIREMENTS
1. Application form for Service Tricycle 1. Application form for Service Tricycle
2. Copy of updated Franchise or Special Permit 2. Copy of Imus Voter’s I.D.
3. Certification from the parents that the tricycle is going to give service to their child. 3. Copy of Certificate of Registration of tricycle
4. Copy of tricycle insurance 4. Copy of tricycle Insurance
5. Copy of Business Permit if tricycle will be used for business. 5. Certification from the parents that the tricycle is going to give service to their child.
6. Copy of Business Permit if tricycle will be used for business.

 

The number of Service Tricycle with Franchise or Special Permit is not more than 400 and not more than 50 for private tricycle owner. Only Imus residents are allowed to hold a service tricycle permit without Franchise.

Tricycle fees and charges are based on Amended Municipal Ordinance 2004-46 “Comprehensive Code on Tricycle Franchise in the Municipality of Imus”.

TAXES AND FEES

Service Tricycle Permit with Franchise 200.00
Service Tricycle Permit with Special Permit  350.00
Service Tricycle Permit for Private
  • School Service
200.00
  • Business Service
350.00

 

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Secure and Submit Application Form

Accomplish the form to BPLO for verification and evaluation together with the inspection report from ITMO.

2 mins.  

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Josefina C. Delumpa
Administrative Aide II

Melani M. Unawa
Tax Mapping Aide

Mary Clair G. Makinano
Casual

2. Assessment of Service Tricycle Permit

Get the total computation from BPLO.

3 mins.  

Esmeraldo D. Sapida
License Officer III

Rolando S. Dela Cruz
License Officer II

Luisito E. Dominguez
License Inspector II

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

3. Payment of Fee

Pay the required fees at the Treasurer’s Office(Window 11 & 12)

4. Encoding and Printing of Franchise and Permit 5 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

Pablito A. Paglinawan
Administrative Asst. V

5. Approval of Franchise

Signing of franchise agreement

City Mayor
6. Issuance of Tricycle Franchise and Permit

Presenting the signed Franchise for segregation of all documents.

3 mins.  

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative AideIII

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative AideII

Josefina C. Delumpa
Administrative Aide II

Melani M. Unawa
Tax Mapping Aide

Mary Clair G. Makinano
Casual

7. Releasing of Stickers

Posting of Stickers at the Tricycle unit by the ITMO.

 

ITMO Personnel

Dropping of Tricycle Franchise

All Franchise holders who want to drop their Franchise and change their Tricycle into a Private type of vehicle, change motor or transfer its ownership shall secure a Certificate of Dropping.

 

REQUIREMENTS: TAXES AND FEES
O.R. C.R. (Original) Certificate of Dropping – P/ 150.00
Deed of Sale (If change owner)
Franchise
Tricycle Permit

 

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Checking and evaluating of requirements

 

Submission and verification of requirements

2 mins.  

Esmeraldo D. Sapida
License Officer III

Rolando S. Dela Cruz
License Officer II

Luisito E. Dominguez
License Inspector II

Pablito A. Paglinawan
Administrative Asst. V

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

2. Encoding and printing of the Certificate of Dropping

 

Preparing  for the requested certification

5 mins.  

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

3. Approval of the Certificate of Dropping TFRC Secretariat
4. Payment of Fee

 

Pay the required fees at the Treasurer’s Office (Window 11&12)

5. Issuance of the Certificate of Dropping

 

Proceed to BPLO and get the duplicate copy of the Certificate of Dropping

2 mins.  

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

Josefina C. Delumpa
Administrative Aide II

Melani M. Unawa
Tax Mapping Aide

Mary Clair G. Makinano
Casual

 

Bicycle Permit

ALL BICYCLE OPERATORS passing thru the vicinity of Imus should secure bicycle permit.
This permit is valid for 1 calendar year.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• Residence Certificate of the owner
• Proof of purchase
• Barangay Clearance of the owner
• Authorization letter if the driver will transact in behalf of the owner
• Barangay Clearance of the driver
• Name of authorized driver
• Birth Certificate of the driver

 

TAXES AND FEES

Bicycle Permit 100.00
Pedaled Tricycle for Private use 150.00
Pedaled Tricycle for Commercial Use 200.00

 

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Secure,  Fill-up and assess bicycle permit

Accomplish the form containing the information and the amount to be paid.

3 mins.  

Esmeraldo D. Sapida
License Officer III

Rolando S. Dela Cruz
License Officer II

Luisito E. Dominguez
License Inspector II

Pablito A. Paglinawan
Administrative Asst. V

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

Josefina C. Delumpa
Administrative Aide II

Melani M. Unawa
Tax Mapping Aide

Mary Clair G. Makinano
Casual

2. Encoding of Bicycle Permit 6 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

3. Issuance and releasing of Bicycle plate

 

Proceed to BPLO for the releasing of bicycle plate.

2 mins.  

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

 

Cemetery Permit

A five (5) year contract given to Imuseños without private lot/ apartment type (3 sq. m.) at Alapan and Toclong Public Cemetery.

The expired contract must be renewed and the bones will be transferred to 0.6 sq. m. bone crypt.

REQUIREMENTS
• Must be a resident of Imus
• Residence Certificate of Informant
• Death Certificate
• Previous Cemetery Contract ( if renewal)
• Transfer Permit (if died in other municipality/province)
TAXES AND FEES

  ALAPAN CEMETERY TOCLONG CEMETERY
Contract Fee 1,500.00 1,500.00
Construction of tomb fee 5,000.00
Construction of bone crypt 3,000.00
Lot Renewal 100.00/ sq.m. /year

 
HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Secure Referral Letter

Given to the relatives of the deceased to inquire if there is an available tomb.

2 mins.  

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

2. Preparation of the contract

Present the referral letter from the cemetery caretaker with the requirements needed.

8 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

3. Signature of Cemetery Contract

Signing of the cemetery contract by the Lessee, Lessor and the two (2) witnessess

 

Municipal Mayor
Lessor

Informant
Lessee

Jasmin Ramos
Witness

BPLO Staff
Witness

4. Notarized Cemetery Permit Any public notary office
5. Payment of Contract

Pay the assessed amount at the Treasurer’s Office (Window 11 & 12)

6. Issuance of Contract

Get the duplicate copy of Cemetery Contract. (signed, notarized and paid contract)

2 mins.  

Regina C. Camaclang
Administrative Asst.  II

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

Certifications

(With existing Business, No existing Business and Retirement of Business)

Business and No Business Certifications are issue to the requesting party to be used for scholarship application, hospitalization requirements, and application for housing and different loans.

ENTERPRISES that have closed or ceased to exist, or whose ownership has changed, must file for Retirement of Business. This should be done to update the municipal records and to avoid accumulation of tax payments and penalties.
REQUIREMENTS
• Residence Certificate

For Retirement:

1. Previous Business Permit Application Form
2. Business Plate
3. Retirement Letter

Stating the following:

• Date of the closure of the business
• Reason of closing the business
• Gross sales (up to the last day of operation)
• Affidavit of Non-Operation (if the business did not operate from the date of acquiring business permit up to the date of closure)

TAXES AND FEES
With / Without Business Certificate Fee P/ 50.00
Retirement Fee Depends upon the Gross Sales

 

HOW TO AVAIL THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH

Any of the following Permit and License division personnel

1. Checking of Requirements

Completion of requirements needed

2 mins.  

Rolando S. Dela Cruz
License Officer II

Luisito E. Dominguez
License Inspector II

Pablito A. Paglinawan
Administrative Asst. V

Joel S. Dumaraos
Administrative Asst. I

Roehl R. Mañago Jr.
Administrative Aide II

Richard M. Villanueva
Administrative Aide III

2. Evaluation of the application

Checking of Inspection records from the database file for delinquency.

2 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

3. Encoding and Assessment

Preparing  for the requested certification

5 mins.  

Ruby R. Concepcion
License Officer I

Ruby E. Ordoñez
Administrative Asst. IV

Ma. Elinor G. Laureles
License Inspector II

Mary Grace B. Basa
License Inspector I

4. Payment of the Certification

Pay the assessed certification at the Treasurer’s Office

5. Issuance of the Certification

Proceed to BPLD for the signature of the Dept. Chief before the releasing of the Certificate.

1 min.  

Jasmin C. Ramos
License Officer IV

Mission and Vision

Mission

Imposing technology and techniques towards efficient and effective service in securing permits.

Vision

To improve tax revenue and ensure that all permits emanating from this office are properly issued.

Organization

Ms. Jasmin C. Ramos
License Officer IV
Permits and License Division
bplo_imus@yahoo.com

Ground floor,
New Imus City Building

(046) 471-3279
bplo_imus@yahoo.com