New Home for the Finest Firefighters of Vigan City

vigan-new fire stationBFP Personnel of Vigan City had to live in a simple and small fire station then. It serves as reception for clients during daytime and as barracks/bedroom for personnel during night time.

Through the administration of HON. EVA MARIE SINGSON-MEDINA as the City Mayor and under the leadership of CINSP FLORO L OBRERO, City Fire Marshal, changes of BFP-VIGAN happened.

CINSP OBRERO upon learning the situation of his men and women, during department heads meeting, he reiterated the provision of construction of new city Fire Station suitable enough  to billet Vigan’s Finest Fire fighters and clients and the protection of facilities and equipment .

After several months, the request was finally granted and budgeted amounting to 4.5 million pesos. The new Vigan City Fire Station (VCFS) was relocated at barangay VIII, near Vigan Bus Terminal, side of BFP Provincial Headquarters Ilocos Sur.

The new building was blessed and inaugurated last  26 October 2013 attended by the City Mayor, 1st District Congress man HON RONALD V SINGSON, Provincial Governor of Ilocos Sur, HON RYAN LUIS V SINGSON, City Vice Mayor Lourdes DG Baquiran, City Councils and all department heads of Local Government Unit of Vigan.

This shows the unending support of the Local Government Unit to the Bureau of Fire Protection.
In return, the personnel of VCFS offers an unwavering service to the public, a heartfelt applause and salute of gratitude to these great efforts of our great leaders for seeking the welfare of and providing for more comfort of their man in the field, purposely for upgrading the quality public service of Vigan City.

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