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“Water: A gift and our responsiblity today and for the next generation”
The present General Manager has been a director since October 16, 2006. Atty. Domagas is a lawyer and real estate broker by profession and a current member of the Integrated Bar of the Phils. and Philippine Institute of Real Estate Service, Inc. He has been an Executive Assistant at the City Government of Urdaneta in 2003. He graduated from San Beda College in 1996 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and took up Bachelor of Law at Saint Louis University where he graduated in the year 2002. Atty. Domagas likewise attended courses on leadership at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM). He passed the Bar Exams and the Real Estate Broker Licensure Exams.
We, the officials and employees of the Urdaneta City Water District pledge and commit to deliver quality public service as promised in this UCWD’s Citizen’s Charter. Specifically, we will:
Serve with integrity
Equally accord the public with prompt and timely service
Respond to complaints
Value individual’s contribution in improving our services.
Institute discipline among the ranks
Consistently apply the policies set forth by the governing bodies
Evaluate existing feedback mechanism and develop such adapting to the present times
Always display procedures and maintain minimal fees and charges
Be polite and courteous
Observe and make our services available to the public even beyond the regular working hours, if the need arises
Vigilant in reporting any form of graft and corruption
Encourage demonstration of sensitivity to the needs of the stakeholders
Socially respond to the needs of the community
Encourage the community to patronize our services
Lead by example
Follow all reasonable office rules and regulations.
Supply and delivery of potable water supply at a more affordable cost to every household in the twenty seven (27) barangays of Urdaneta City.
|Pedro T. Orata||Nancamaliran East|
|Labit Proper||Sto. Domingo|
The existing water supply system of Urdaneta was originally constructed in 1959 by the defunct National Waterworks and Sewerage Authority otherwise known as (NAWASA) to serve the Poblacion area only. The original water supply system consisted of an elevated concrete storage tank, a well/pumping station located beside the municipal hall and about 5.3 kms of distribution pipelines.
In 1965, the distribution pipelines were extended to about 6 kms. more. The Urdaneta Water District (UWD) was created on February 20, 1976 by virtue of the angguniang Bayan Resolution No. 6, series of 1976.
Our water supply is available twenty four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. He eight (8) pumping stations are strategically located to cater the water needs of the above service areas:
|Anonas (PS #7)||50 liters/second|
|Cayambanan (PS #5)||12 liters/second|
|Dilan (PS #3)||45 liters/second|
|Nancayasan (PS #4)||36 liters/second|
|Poblacion (PS #1)||15 liters/second|
|Vista Verde Royale Subd.(P #6)||4 liters/second|
|Woodside Village(PS#8)||50 liters/second|
Building on its humble beginning of a persevering and steady institutional growth, the Urdaneta City Water District (U.C.W.D.) to date has been in a busy process of transformation. Foreseeing a hard and grip prospect brought about by the economic, political uncertainties, it needs to be stronger, more dynamic institution for it to grow into the top tier of the water supply industry and mature into a comprehensive provider of piped water services. This transformation calls for UCWD’s market presence, expansion of its network facilities, the broadening of its corporate social responsibility and service offerings, the enhancement of its hard earned capital base, the improvement of its operating and delivery systems and the strengthening of its organization. With these new levels of growth attained, we say, URDANETA CITY WATER DISTRICT – a matter of CHOICE.
UCWD envisions itself to be one of the leading Water Districts in the region adopting a technically advanced, user-friendly technology to develop and sustain a cost effective system with adequate capacity to meet the growing needs of today’s consuming public for future generations.
To provide safe, potable water supply daily at an affordable cost to the people of Urdaneta City as a responsible and viable Government Owned and Controlled Corporation (GOCC) of God fearing, professional, technical and skilled personnel.
In order to achieve UCWD’s vision through the accomplishment of its mission, we uphold these corporate values across the organization:
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Responsible for planning, recruitment, selection and development of the Human resource, implementation of the safety and health of its employees, serves as intermediary between the organization and its union and designs discipline and grievance handling system toward a harmonious and an effective working environment. It handles accounting and financial transaction reporting, cashiering, inventory management, procurement service, and coordinates the implementation of the policies laid out by the Board of Directors.
Responsible for the operation of determining customer records, enforces utility rules and regulations as to billings, payments, delinquencies and assistance, pursues delinquent accounts. It also deals with customer relations addressing complaints and various client concerns.
Deals with production requirements and develops resulting schedules; attends to all matters necessary to ensure twenty four hour service to all consumers of safe, potable water assuring satisfactory delivery of quality water under established minimum pressure, maintains accurate records as to daily production, equipment operation machinery history, levels and pressures; establishes detailed maintenance schedules for all production equipments; establishes priorities for economical and safe operation of mechanical equipments.
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the distribution network having a continuous, systematic program ensuring that every part of the system has adequate potable water supply. Every measure and practice are geared towards (1) operating the system as designed (2) preventing untimely deterioration or damage to the system.