BARANGAY NAME POSITION Contact No.
Aldiano Olaes Hon. Ernesto M. Yambao Barangay Chairman  0920-225-1771
Bernardo Pulido Hon. Jose D. Rivera Barangay Chairman  0999-992-1330
Benjamin Tirona Hon. Dennis D. Ayala Barangay Chairman  0927-987-2800
Epifanio  Malia Hon. Bernardito P. Castro Barangay Chairman  (046)404-9996
Fiorello Calimag Hon. Arnulfo M. Samonte Barangay Chairman  0947-356-9335
Francisco De Castro Hon. Sofronio C. Alcantara Barangay Chairman  (02)659-2222
Francisco Reyes Hon. Benjamin C. Detic Barangay Chairman  0926-657-5318
Gregoria De Jesus Hon. Gerardo L. Gozar Barangay Chairman  (02)478-8991
Gavino Maderan Hon. Eduardo A. Bacanto, Jr. Barangay Chairman  0919-617-8427
Inocencio Salud Hon. Edgar B. Huizo Barangay Chairman  0948-775-6288
Jacinto Lumbreras Hon. Arnaldo Q. Mendoza Barangay Chairman  0927-770-9921
JP Elises Hon. Uldarico B. Lopez Barangay Chairman  0999-413-1793
Kapitan Kua Hon. Gerry T. Torralba Barangay Chairman  0908-690-4449
Macario Dacon Hon. Perlita W. Infante Barangay Chairman  0998-392-5096
Marcelino Memije Hon. Erwin L. Angeles Barangay Chairman  0908-270-1980
Nicolasa Virata Hon. Joewey L. Suarez Barangay Chairman  (02)553-3638
Pantaleon Granados Hon. Derek O. Paycana Barangay Chairman  
Poblacion 1 Hon. EJ Fontanilla Barangay Chairman (046)972-2051
Poblacion 2 Hon. Francisco R. Gealogo Barangay Chairman  0907-645-7487
Poblacion 3 Hon. Gilbert L. Pera Barangay Chairman  0921-970-6796
Poblacion 4 Hon. Zenaida E. Sentillas Barangay Chairman  0999-936-4879
Poblacion 5 Hon. Roberto P. Tapalla Barangay Chairman  0942-807-1310
Ramon Cruz, Sr. Hon. Benedicto B. Labrador Barangay Chairman  0947-532-9185
Severino Delas Alas Hon. Julito B. Abellanosa Barangay Chairman  0922-791-5786
San Gabriel Hon. Concepcion D. Asilo Barangay Chairman  0948-580-6568
San Jose Hon. Edgar S. Alday Barangay Chairman  0908-458-9786
Teniente Tiago Hon. Rico B. Llauderes Barangay Chairman  0908-755-2111

 

PERFORMANCE PLEDGE

Giving you effective plans and Programs that promotes social health, environment, education, housing, employment, agriculture, commerce and industry for the benefit of GMAnians;

Maintaining that all frontline service providers are courteous, approachable, polite and happy in serving each client;

Achieving the highest service performance and client satisfaction in delivery of frontline services offered by line and staff offices;

VISION

A Municipality of diverse but unified, empowered and God-Loving People, enjoying the blessings of progressive economy with balance environment, under a firm and transparent leadership, recognizes as a commercial and agro-industrial haven in CALABARZON.

MISSION

To serve, sustain, protect and provide GMAians a safe drug free community, effective programs on health, environment, education, housing, employment, agriculture, commerce and industry through skills, development trainings, infrastructure and strict implementation of laws.

View Video Click here:

Imno ng GMA

Music and Lyrics by: Myrna Ayuro-Jatayna

Musical Score by: Mercy Jataytan-Fulgencio

Tempo De Marcha

I

General Mariano Alvarez, Bayan

Buong puso ka naming itinatanghal,

Ang aming dangal pag-asa'y tanglawan,

Ika'y mananatiling ilaw kailanman,

(Refrain)

Ang alab ng kagitingan, sa puso ng mamamayan,

Sa'yo bayan aming mahal, iaalay kailanpaman,

Pag-unlad mo'y isusulong, Harangin may di uurong,

Pangarap mo'y tutuparin, ang tagumpay hanggang kamtin,

(Chorus)

Dakila ka... O bayan ko.....

Bantayog ng pag-asa ko...

Pagsulong mo O GMA...

Tagumpay mo'y ligaya ko....

(Repeat)

 

DEPARTMENT NAME POSITION CONTACT NUMBER
Office of the Mayor Hon. Walter D. Echevarria, Jr. Municipal Mayor 460-4088
Office of the Vice Mayor Hon. Maricel E. Torres Mun. Vice Mayor 460-5519
Accounting Office Jessica M. Jota Municipal Accountant 890-2685
Assessors Office Caroll B. Bedua OIC Municipal Assessor 410-5159
BFP S/Insp Aymar B. Baybay BFP GMA 443-9110
BJMP J/INSP Reyno Damaso Jail Warden (932) 530-3362
BPLID Marlen E. Santiago OIC BPLID 410-5991
Budget Office Gwena A. Manuel Budget Officer (917) 547-0774
COA Enrique B. Arcullo Auditor 890-2941
COMELEC Jennelyn E. Esternon Election Officer 443-9151
DA Office Reynante Masigla Municipal Agriculturist 443-9291
DILG Rebecca M. Data MLGOO 890-2698
Engineering Office Engr. Miguelito Soriano Muncicipal Engineer (917) 548-1148
GSO Jessie Villareal General Services Officer 443-9100
HRMO Raymundo S. Cruz HRMO V (46) 423-3808
ICT Office Annalyn Arceo IT Officer I (46)402-0267
MCR Nenita S. Cruz Municipal Registrar 443-9805
MDRRMC Engr. Teofilo G. Rea II MDRRMC Officer 443-9839
MENRO Michael Templonuevo MENR-Officer 890-2355
MEEDMO Luz Monocay MEEDM Officer (46) 412-9160
Motorpool Oriel Esmundo, Sr. Chief Mechanic (947) 603-4144
MPDC Ar. Michelle Tapang MPDO 443-9328
MSWD Sylvia Mangubat MSWDO 423-3322
MTMO Ret. Col. Danilo B. Castro MTMO Administrator (942) 259-0183
Office of the Mayor Ellaine Magsino-Salmorin Executive Asst. IV (046)460-4088
OSCA Office Estelita Alkuino OSCA President 443-9246
PESO Francisco Villones PESO Manager  (46) 423-3801
GMA MPS PSI Wilfredo T. Taran, Jr. COP-GMAMPS (046)542-1172
RHU Dr. Eduardo Alcasid Mun. Health Officer 972-2017
SB Office Helen D. Salvador SB Secretary 460-4076
Treasury Office Mary Ann E. Clariza Municipal Treasurer 443-9117
UPAO Romeo Echevarria UPAO   Coordinator (918) 731-1269

 

A TRIBUTE TO GENERAL MARIANO ALVAREZ  (1818-1924)

General Mariano Alvarez, man of great courage and brilliance, which ignited and led the uprising against the Spaniards in Cavite was born on March 15, 1818 at Noveleta, Cavite.  He was the son of SEVERINO ALVAREZ and MARIA MALIA.  At the age of ten, he started his education under the tutorship of the Spanish friars.  He pursued his studies at San Jose College in Manila.  While studying, he was able to compose and expose literary works especially lyric poetry, depicting the cruelty and ruthlessness of invaders.  This greatly influenced his attitude towards the Spanish invaders in his own country.

He finished a course in education and started to practice his profession in the towns  of Naic and Maragondon in 1863.  He married NICOLASA VIRATA Y. DEL ROSARIO of a well-to-do family in Imus and their marriage was blessed with a male child named “SANTIAGO” who also became a well known fearless general who fought side by side during the Spanish Revolution.


His hatred towards the foreigners was so intense that one time when a Spanish member of the infantry fell down from his horse, he gave him a glass of dirty water from the ditch as his drink.  The following day he was arrested, punished and was sentenced to death.  However, due to the insistent protest of the townspeople, the Provincial Governor was forced to interfere, thus, saving Mariano from sure death.

After a year he was again arrested when he was proven to be involved in an uprising.  He was put in solitary confinement with his neck and  feet chained to the wall of the cell and was given only one meal a day.  When he was transferred to Manila to be executed,  an order of his release was received  by the prison warden, so, he again escaped death the second time.


He served as Municipal Captain, equivalent to Mayor, of the town of NOVELETA for twelve years and also became a Judge of Peace,  then he was re-appointed as Municipal Captain and serve in this capacity up to the time of the revolution.  He was known to  the  revolutionary circle by the name “MAINAM”.

When the Provincial Council of “SANGANDAANG MAGDIWANG” was established, he was elected President.  Then he initiated the uprising against Spanish tyranny in the Province of Cavite.  One of his greatest contribution to the Philippine Revolution was his role in the wrecking of the Calero Bridge and the ambush of 1000 Spanish soldiers and thus prevented reinforcement to pour in.

This episode was succeeded with other victories that later on led the revolutionists to regain control of some towns of the Province of Cavite and prevented the town of NOVELETA to be under the control of  Guardia Civil.

His great courage and audacity prompted ANDRES BONIFACIO to hail him “General” and “Second Supremo of the Katipunan”.  The wife of Andres Bonifacio, the amazon warrior GREGORIA DE JESUS, was the niece of Mariano Alvarez.  General Mariano Alvarez was a Nationalist and Aglipayanon.  Together with his son SANTIAGO, they were responsible in gaining converts and  spreading  the Aglipay religion in the town of Noveleta, Cavite.

After the fulfillment of his duties as Municipal Captain of the town, he concentrated on the field of Agriculture.  He died on August 25, 1924, due to chronic rheumatism at the age of 106.