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Inventory of Cultural Property


Bamban, Tarlac. The Municipal Government of Bamban opened to the public the use of open park in Dapdap Resettlement, Bamban, Tarlac. The Municipal Government of Bamban believes that open parks are intricately woven parts. This open park may have a plethora of diverse purposes, or it simply serve to enhance the aesthetic attractiveness of the neighborhood. That regardless of how they operate, they define the appearance and character of a municipality and its neighborhoods. They serve as a mindful renewal technique as well.

Our Mayor and public officials have asked for the direct involvement of its constituents in the development, and management of parks and open spaces for they believe that residents who are informed and involved in the process feel more a part of their communities.

Dapdap Park started as a simple oval where school’s sports activities are being held. It was noted that Bambanense from different walks of life frequently visit the area either to walk or run. Thus, the Municipal Tourism Officer proposed the construction/rehabilitation of the said open area and make it more attractive to Bambanense. The primary purpose of the proposal is to have an activity area for Bambanense.

With budgetary constraint the proposal was made into phases. Phase 1 was the construction of Jogging Path. After the construction of the jogging path, more runners and health enthusiast were seen using the area. There were also mothers who walk around the path with their baby in their strollers. To ensure the safetiness of its constituents who use the venue early morning and even late at night, Phase 2 of the project was developed which is the illumination or construction of additional lights.

More and more individual are now enjoying the facility, and it also created additional livelihood or income to our ambulant vendors, specially when we did Phase 3 which is the installation of benches and planting of additional ornamental plants. As of this date, Phase 4 of the project is still for approval and for budgeting.

With the growing number of individual using the facility, the Municipal Tourism Office coordinate with the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office as to its maintenance. Proper waste disposal, maintaining the cleanliness and maintenance of its landscape were handled by the MENRO.

Working together for the betterment of the life and environment of Bamban is what we aim and work for (Cherrylyn M. Pascua)




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Bamban is located at the southernmost part of Tarlac Province. On the north, it is bounded by the municipality of Capas, Tarlac, and on the south, by the municipality of Mabalacat, Pampanga.

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