QUEZON City has temporarily opened the new parking building at City Hall to accommodate thousands of taxpayers during the coming peak season of tax payments.
Mayor Herbert Bautista ordered the opening of the ground floor of the new multilevel parking building from Monday to Friday at 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Vehicles of city hall employees and government offices are not allowed to use the parking space.
According to Bautista’s memorandum, a taxpayer shall present documents or any proof of tax transaction upon entry at the facility, then a car pass shall be issued.
After a careful inspection by the city engineering department, taxpayers can now use the ground floor level of the four-level parking building, which is still undergoing construction. It can accommodate up to 127 vehicles.
Once completed, the new parking building can accommodate up to 638 vehicles.