As part of Mayor Alfred Romualdez’s vision to develop more green spaces for residents, the city government inaugurated Tuesday afternoon (May 25) the Tacloban North Villages Family Park, located at Brgy. 106 Sto. Niño.
The park is a 3,165 square-meter space, which features some park amenities such as a covered community center, landscaping, solar streetlights, water feature, and play equipment that will surely give a breathable space for social recreations to the resettlement community.
Mayor Romualdez, who led the inauguration activity, in his message, asked the residents and its neighboring communities to keep the place clean and treat the garden as their own for the benefit of all.
Present during the activity was Hon. Gregorio Malate Jr., barangay chairman, and some government officials such as City Planning and Development Coordinator Janis Canta, City Architect Ian Ray Perez, and Tacloban North Chief of Staff Ruth Ramirez.
To note, the project funded out of the Local Government Support Fund of the Department of Budget and Management was designed by the City Architect’s Office and the concept and proposal were done by the CPDO.