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How to get to Makati City Hall: Commute and Driving Directions
For people applying for business permits, real property taxes (amelyar), birth certificates (as well as marriage, death and other certifications from civil registry), even pay the hefty traffic violation fines meted out by the infamous MAPSA traffic enforcers.
How to get to Makati City Hall-- the official residence of the President of the Republic of Makati:
Makati City Hall taken on board the Pasig River Ferry
Commute to Makati City Hall is easy via the MRT Gudalupe Station (or from Pasig River Ferry Guadalupe terminal) From the station, walk towards McDonalds and Jollibee where you need to board a jeepney going to LRT/Pedro Gil and request the driver to drop you off at the munisipyo (municipal hall) on J.P. Rizal St then walk to the City Hall (right side). Note jeepneys plying the Guadalupe-Delpan route also pass by the city hall but they're on the other side of EDSA Guadalupe near Loyola Memorial Chapels.
Alternatively, commuting from LRT Pedro Gil station, board jeepneys going to Guadalupe then alight near the city hall on S. Osmena (JP Rizal is a one-way street during the day that's why) after passing by Kalayaan and Nicanor Garcia (formerly Reposo)
By public transport again LRT Gil Puyat Station (good for those coming from Cavite, Taft Avenue corner Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue), ride jeepneys going to PRC (Sta. Ana Race track or Philippine Racing Commission). Alight at the corner of Pasong Tamo and Kalayaan then transfer to a jeepney going to Guadalupe (either ibabaw of ilalim will do) and request the driver to drop you off at the new City Hall.
Driving directions to Makati City Hall:
Those fortunate enough to have a car, you can get to the City Hall via EDSA then turn right after crossing Guadalupe to J.P. Rizal, drive all the way towards Nicanor Garcia and turn right when you see the imposing building on your right. You can also get there via Makati-mandaluyong Bridge where it's about a kilometer from the corner of Makati Avenue and J.P. Rizal. (note: there's parking inside the city hall complex; color coding/number coding in Makati, there's no 10am-3pm window and does not suspend number coding scheme even if the MMDA suspended theirs)
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