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    How to Get to Pasig City Hall: Commute and Directions

    Information for those souls looking for information on how to get to Pasig City Hall for the Araw ng Pasig grand parade on July 2, 2009, or for other business for other business.

    Note: Tip to motorists on July 2, avoid EDSA particularly the EDSA Ortigas area due to expected heavy traffic. Watch out for advisories and traffic re-routing.

    The only picture of Tutubi taken at Pasig RTC (after filing a case against an uragon) using a crappy phone camera. You can see Ortigas Center in the background

    Interactive Map of Pasig City:

    Pasig Regional Trial Court (Pasig RTC, behind Pasig City Hall)
    Pasig Civil Registry for those requesting for birth certificates (as
    well as death, marriage et al is at the 3rd floor of Pasig City Hall

    Note: Pasig City's official government website sucks. Not much
    information that the public is more interested to know. it's just faces
    of abominable politicians to be blamed for such a terrible website. You
    can't even find important telephone numbers to call there :(

    Interesting Places to See in Pasig City (Tourist Spots):

    Ortigas Center (CBD, Central Business District)
    Pasig Rainforest Park with public swimming pool and butterfly garden

    How to get to Pasig City Hall:

    Commute to Pasig City Hall is easy, from Quiapo or MRT Shaw Blvd
    station, board jeepneys with signboard Pasig/Palengke that will take you
    right there.

    Driving Directions to Pasig City Hall:

    From Makati, head towards C5 (Eulogio Rodriguez Ave) and turn right on
    Pasig Boulevard extension, cross Julia vargas Bridge, turn right on Dr.
    Sixto Antonio Avenue (the so-called Pasig rotonda; landmark: Jollibee
    (right) and 7-11 (left)) then left on Caruncho Avenue (you'll see Pasig
    Simbahan (Immaculate Conception Parish) and Pasig Catholic Cemetery).
    Pasig City Hall is on Caruncho Avenue. There's available parking for
    your car at the corner of Caruncho and F. Manalo as well as at the Pasig
    Mega Parking.

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    posted by GingGoy @ 9:22 PM,


    At Aug 28, 2009, 8:12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    your right their website suckS! and this is where the tsaxpayers money is translated into a poor service!

    At Dec 2, 2009, 4:10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I agree that the Pasig City website is totally useless. I hope they realize that people go to it in search of information, and not to look at bright colors and the officials' photos.

    At Apr 25, 2012, 5:43:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    one way ba ang Dr. Antonio Sixto Avenue?

    At Nov 20, 2013, 10:11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Pasig website sucks and full of crap. That evidently shows what kind of local government the city has.

    At Jul 5, 2017, 9:22:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Thank you very much for the useful info I am from Cavite FranciS E.P.


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