How to Get or Request Maps in Cebu City
This service will provide different classification of maps within Cebu City’s jurisdiction to interested clients.
(Picture) Cebu City Map
Want to Get Map of Cebu City? Follow the steps below. CLIENT/S : Private Institutions, public, visiting schools, students, Non-Government Organizations (NGO), barangays, Government organizationsCONTACT PERSON/S: Gil SanchezLOCATION : Contact/Telephone Number: 412-0000 loc 505 Management of Information & Computer Services (MICS),AVAILABILITY: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM - 5: 00 PM 5th floor City Hall, Executive Bldg., Cebu City DURATION OF THE SERVICE: 3 days & 20 minutes REQUIREMENTS: Duly filled up order form or Request letter addressed to : FEE/S (How much to pay?): William Cris V. Artajo Department Head MICS Department Price or fee depends on paper sizes.
PAPER SIZE SIZES LINE SELLING PRICE POLYSHADED SELLING PRICE A0 50”X 36” 435.00 865.00 A1 48”X 36" 415.00 830.00 A2 36”X 24” 210.00 415.00 A3 24”X 18” 105.00 210.00 A4 8.25"X11.75” 25.00 50.00 PROCEDURES ON HOW GET OR SECURE MAPS OF CEBU CITY
Follow these steps… Wait while Person-in-charge… Approach … It will take… 1. Visit MICS office for availability of the map. 1. Entertains the client. Gil Sanchez, Plotting Specialist 10 minutes 2. Fills out Map order form. 2. Assesses payment of the request. 3. Pay at the Cashier located at the ground floor 3. Issues Official Receipt. CTO cashier 5 minutes 4. Go back to MICS & give Official receipt (OR) to plotting specialist. 3. Photocopies the OR. 4. Schedules the pick up of the map. Gil Sanchez, Plotting Specialist 3 minutes 5. Composes and prints the map requested. 3 days 5. On the scheduled date, get requested map. 6. Gives the map. 2 minutes
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