IRIGA CITY MISSION
We shall strive for a vibrant domestic economy propped up by the dynamic partnership between an innovative, competent and transparent local government unit and an empowered people; and fueled by a strong agro-ecotourism backbone and ICT infrastructure & services; promoting ecological balance and keeping a deep sense of pride and identity based on shared values, character and culture.
We shall pursue a balance between development and the environment and ensure a peaceful and contented life for each and every Irigueño.
IRIGA CITY VISION
Iriga City: A sports, culture and arts haven of the country, as well as the agro-ecotourism hub in the Bicol Region providing crystal-clear water in the Rinconada area, home of an ecologically-balanced environment and resilient communities, propelled by a vibrant economy and an empowered people, supported by an appropriate infrastructure and steered by proactive public servants.
IRIGA CITY CREED
We believe that God is Almighty and oving, the giver of life and wisdom;
We believe that as Filipino, we have the right to chart our destiny as one natio and as a people who believe and fear God and love freedom with unique identity and history among the community and nation;
We believe that Iriga City is haven of peace and tranquility, showered with God-given natural resources – fresh air, crystal springs, and refreshing rivers and creeks, natural fertile soil – sustaining growth and life of its flora and fauna;
We believe that the Iriguenos are proud of their cultural heritage and identity as religious, industrious, hospitable, innovative, cooperative and fun-loving people, who deserve a life of happiness, prosperity, peace and dignity where every citizen lives through the full and equitable use of God-endowed resources;
We believe that as Iriguenos, we are hardworking, peace-loving and dedicated, spiritually and morally-upright and ever willing to share with others the fruits of our endeavors for the glory and honor of God’s kingdom.
IRIGA CITY ROAD MAP
A PREMIERE AGRO-ECOTOURISM CENTER 2015